Chua, arrogantly shameless and unethical

By Jackson Ng

I READ with disgust the MCA’s mouthpiece (The Star) report quoting its master, Dr Chua Soi Lek, as saying that gutter politics is the norm today.

How arrogantly shameless and unethical can a politician be? Chua must be the pits.
In so saying, is he propagating gutter politics, condoning and justifying the use of such unethical means?

How low can a MCA president go to boot lick political goons like Umno? Chua is a total disgrace and a shame to the Chinese.

As he tries to justify the use of gutter politics against Lim Guan Eng’s son, he is, at the same time, ignoring the basic rule of upholding the truth.

Chua says he was also a victim of gutter politics when he was “nabbed” committing adultery. He also claims that many BN politicians were also victims of gutter politics, inflicted by the Pakatan Rakyat (PR). Let’s not forget that many of such gutter politics are the work of internal forces.

However, in Guan Eng’s case, there appears to be no truth in the allegations that his son molested a schoolmate.

The school head has already confirmed that there was no such molest and the postings in the pro-Umno blogs had also used a picture of a foreign girl as the “victim”.

In this case, there is no truth whatsoever in the allegations. It was lies used against a political opponent but lies that haunt an innocent schoolboy who did nothing. He was just born to a politician named Lim Guan Eng.

However, in Chua’s DVD unnatural sex expose, the incident was real. He cheated on his wife and only has himself to blame.

How his sexual exploits were exposed, whether it was ethical or unethical is debatable and is another matter.

Of course there are some who say it is a private matter and the use of spy camera is unethical.

However, I beg to differ when it is a morality issue concerning a man who claims to represent a community. There is nothing private about the behaviour of a MCA president.

Without doubt, I for one will not trust an adulterer to lead me or my community. If he can cheat on his wife and family, do you think you can trust him to represent your interest?

Like what I had written before, forgiving Chua’s s