Wednesday, July 15, 2015

How to fight Corruption on a Worldwide Scale - Start from where you are right now.





Corruption is rampant everywhere in the world. It's even more rampant in countries with a biased, race-directed education system, puppet leaders assuming leadership and civilians already disillusioned by their own ignorance. Corruption can bankrupt a country, take Greece for example. Corruption is a serious mental phenomena that destroys you without knowing until it's too late. Do you notice everytime any mass riot or violence happened, the media would often sweep the real issues under carpet? They would often say "It's not racial. It's not corruption. Let the law take it's course". For me, that would be called simply as ignorance.

Yes, the whole world wants you to be in ignorance. When anything goes wrong, simply blame your leaders. Blame your idols. Or blame the Chinese. Or Malays. Simply just blame. You can do nothing about it. It's all part of the system. Part of the shared corrupted culture. But with this continuous ignorance, the people becomes poorer each day. We have to work harder for money. I am a Malaysian Chinese artiste, and could not make a living in my own country. Instead, I have to persuade producers from other countries for work - how come? Corruption. Certain extremist politicians in Malaysia used the race card to sideline credebile non-Malay actors like myself from holding main starring roles in local films. That way, Malaysian audience only see one color on screen the local media. That way all kinds of negative connotations about the Malaysian Chinese can be conjured up because our voice is not heard in local movies. Our quality of life goes down. Prices of goods goes unexpectedly high. And our attitudes towards each other began to change. Self-pity began to fester. Soon we turn to each of our own God for help. Shouting, wailing and fighting in the name of God for our rights as sons of this earth. All the while not knowing that God only helps those who help others. More specifically - others from another race.

Below are 4 universal truths one needs to understand to fight corruption.


1. You have a part in it too

When it comes to corruption, EVERYONE is guilty. Nobody can give any excuse out from it. Success happens when all the right components combined just right. So does corruption. Corruption doesn't just happen overnight. It happens gradually, right under your nose. Who puts the racist political leaders up there in their high and mighty pedestal? You do. When you pick a leader, you are conditioned to pick only based on their race - not on their track record. Same corrupted principle everywhere - when casting main actors for local movies or hiring staff for a government-owned organisation. The only enemy you have to watch out for is yourself. Not the other races. Watch out for the other ghosts and demons handed down into your mentality by your elders. Your own mind is darker than you thought. You are conditioned to pick your leader based on their family legacy - even though their family legacy has nothing to do with how fair they would govern a country in the future. When you go shopping for anything, you always placed price as the first priority. So when you purchased a smartphone that doesn't work the way you wanted it to, you went back to the shop and complained, kicked at the glass display, punched the salesperson, then turned back to secretly steal another smartphone to cover "your losses". In a recent case, you would possibly bring your whole posse and cause a riot of unneccesary violence.


2. Equality always win over "Kindness"

You always feel comfortable being among your own race. That's because you perceive that they'll always be kind to you. But reality is not what you would hope for. Being with your own kind, you are expected to do certain things. Most of the times - do corruption. Like when one of your brothers are caught for stealing or beaten up, you would have to stand up for him and cover his ass. But all for what? All for their "kindness". They have been so kind to you so now it's your turn to reciprocate. Nothing is free in this world. So why would you be so foolish and accept such "kindness"? Why should you follow a corrupted leader that only gives you "kindness" when you have to do his corrupted bidding? Have you forgotten about your own self-worth? Your self-worth would guide you to be fair and equal to everyone regardless of their race, religion and physical appearance. Because if you don't, you would continue to live in a low quality of life. Your achievements (if you have any) would not be recognised and advance in your career. But you choose to silence those basic human thoughts and compromised your true potential to become puppets of destruction. Yes, we are all on the road to ruin. And the least we can do is to embrace each other towards that path...in the name of kindness.


3. Stay away from Superficiality

Superficiality breeds hate. When superficiality culminates to its peak, it would generate riots and violence. It's a natural cycle that one would observe anywhere in the world. Superficiality means lies. Superficiality is everywhere from hand-kissing your elders to giving your seat to a pathetic charity-seeking bitch in the train. Young people are most susceptible to superficiality. When people are selling you a fake product and the price is so low, you would immediately buy it because your own corrupted values are superficial too. When a riot breaks recently, certain "artiste" would post their self video to promote peace and harmony. But in actual fact, they are really promoting their fake selves. They are not capable of thinking why such incidents happen like they do. All they want is to take advantage of the situation and show the world they are so damn good and perfect.


4. When one apple is bad, not all apples are bad

But hope still prevails for those with the right kind of mind and attitude. Those rare folks who doesn't generalize things and people in vague and superficial context like ALL chinese are cheaters just because they have been cheated once by one. Those rare heroes of society that stood up and fight for the genuine values that uplift all humanity regardless of their sexuality, race, status and physical appearance. Those precious individuals who choose to be angry for standing by the sideline too long while witnessing corruption that's slowly impoverishing their lives - and started to fight for equality. Those type of heroes are hard to find, maybe even impossible! If each one of us take action to fight corruption, the recent riot incident at Low Yat Plaza would not have happened. The riot is not only just about race. It's about people's frustration towards corrupted capitalism that's already impoverishing their lives. Imagine what you can do when you channel all that rage, fighting and rioting energy towards combating real corruption in your everyday lives instead?

Your effect on humanity will be so much greater and more significant.


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