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Friday, July 04, 2008

Truth and unTruth

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Image taken from, hosting by PhotobucketFirst things first - Walski's decided to start a new poll. It's in the usual location. Do you think the man's involved, somehow?

Now here's why Walski's wondering.

Walski's observed that the man can't seem to keep his stories straight of late. Let's do a quick recap.

May 31st: There will not be a fuel price increase, according to Najib.
June 4th: We found out otherwise.

And then, more recently,

June 30th:
Najib said the picture was taken three months ago when Mohd Saiful went to his office to apply a for government scholarship.

“The accuser (Mohd Saiful) met with my officer (Khairil Anas) because he wanted to apply for a scholarship from the Government. The picture was taken three months ago."
(via The Star)

July 7th:
In a new twist, Deputy Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak today admitted that he met Saiful Bukhari Azlan a few days before the latter lodged a police report against Anwar Ibrahim for alleged sodomy. (via Malaysiakini)

You would have thought that if you could remember that a picture was taken 3 months ago, an important detail like Saiful meeting him (only a few days ago) would have been disclosed earlier on, right? And not disclosed as an "Oh, by the way" manner when incriminating information about you surfaces...

Truth, or unTruth?
(it's difficult to keep consistent unTruths, and more, in the full post)

Because, God forbid, that a politician should actually lie. Uh-uh... politicians don't lie. They just tell varying degrees of unTruths. It's the politician's way, so to speak.

But seriously, it begs the question as to what else is Najib not telling us.

And let's not even start to wonder the supposed role that the IGP and AG have played in possibly suppressing evidence in a murder trial. If the allegations in the statutory declaration are true, of course.

A funny thing about unTruths is that it takes a lot of effort and mental stamina to keep 'em consistent all the time. One slip, and they tend to come back 'n bite you. Hard.

It just amazes Walski how some people can even sleep at night...