Reforms earn praise, but graft ranking drops KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 17, 2009) :
"Transparency International Malaysia (T-IM) has acknowledged Malaysia’s efforts to deal with corruption although the country’s ranking on the corruption perception index (CPI) this year has declined"
The art of spinning! Somehow, anyhow.....these groveling media will find a way to spin what is negative into something positive. Take this latest drop by Malaysia in the Transparency International ranking on the corruption perception index. THE SUN reports emphasize "Reforms earn praise"..but "graft ranking drops". Why not "Reforms fails! Graft ranking continues to drop!".
Then just for good measure they included the following: "However, there are positive signs. The PKFZ fiasco is being actively and vigorously investigated, police reports have been made and suits have been taken against certain parties, and corrective measures have been taken". FAKE! FAKE! FAKE! Nothing has been done except to create smoke screens here and there to cover up the greed of their cronies and BN politicians.