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The national demolition brigade (NDB)

It is bad governments, not bad people, who cause revolutions.

– Johann von Goethe, German statesman

The Global Competitiveness Report 2002-3 defines governance as the exercise of authority through formal and informal traditions and institutions for the common good. Note the emphasis and focus on ‘common good.’

The NDB permeates every democratic institution of the common good camouflaged in a bewildering array of government policies that serves the unique purpose of raising voters’ rage levels. The quintessential playbook for politics that very few savour.

The moral anguish caused by the NDB is a tireless, ceaseless, careless, callous, unstoppable, incorrigible and uncontrollable Frankenstein created by a legislature of sorrows.

Cultural revolutionaries in society doggedly work as psychologically-born wordsmiths to tell the bold and ugly truth with the fervor of ‘do with your pen what would in other times be done with a sword’. But a blunt pen is worse than a sharp sword.

For all intents and purposes, the NDB seems innocent and innocuous, helpful and accommodating to the general public. The British civil service system and the rule by law aphorism insults the Malaysian ethos.

Waking people up at 3 am to execute a warrant for arrest...


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