Well, after I made the confession, I hoped Malaysians would be able to accept my apology. But unfortunately, based on the feedback that I have received, I observed that Malaysians were unable to do that,” Viagra Chua told the room which overflowing with rumour mongers, liars and few reporters.

Kickdefella did not believe that majority of Malaysian did not accept Viagra Chua’s apology. Only selected few whom like Prof. Khoo Kay Kim did not accept it. The rest, including me, has forgiven him just because he has taken the bull by its horn.

Why can’t we forgive him.? This country has seen many politician, judges and senior uniform men who still keep their positions or reappointed to higher position despite being proved to be immoral.

In the matter of fact, we should even glorify Viagra Chua because he may be the oldest Malaysian ever being capture in ‘action’ on video. But, perhaps because he is nor the first neither the last of people at the highest level ever been video tape in compromising situation, than, nothing much to celebrate.

Nevertheless, Viagra Chua should be respected for his ‘Kejantanan’ for which, even the keris waging UMNO guys, time and again, failed to admit, it is their keris that ‘tikam merata’.

I wish to close my book on Viagra Chua, because my late father always reminded me, “never kick a man when they are down”.

If ever Viagra Chua come across this blog, I wish him to know that he has my highest regards, not because he has proven how healthy his sex life is at such age, but for doing what he has done.

However, his parting words, a combination of pride and anger has kept me wondering for two days now, “I think if I continue to hold positions in the party or Government, this will be a burden to the Government and party, especially in the context of Islam Hadhari. And also in the context of what has been recommended by my president, which is healthy political culture.

However, I hope my resignation, which is based supposedly on moral issues, will be a lesson to other leaders, whether from the MCA or any other component party. I think anyone who has made a mistake or has certain weaknesses, then he has to be responsible as a leader.

It is so wicked, so cynical and so ‘pedas.’

With that, I like to end the episode of one great Malaysia Hero by quoting his word, “Some people said I should deny it. That I did not do it. But it has affected the party and the Government, that is why I chose to admit. But it seems honesty does not always pay.

Meanwhile, Deputy Prime Minister, Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak is in town in what seems like the final round of checking the state before PRU12. While in KL, The PM is reassessing the damaged done by our hero healthy sex video on the support of Chinese Community towards MCA, in KB Najib was told to forget about MCA sole chances to win in KOTA LAMA State Seat as YB Anuar Tan of PAS is so popular with the Chinese community here.

The only oustanding thing about Najib’s visit here is how tight the security is. The security is so tight that you are not wrong if you think that it is actually George Bush Jr in town instead of Najib.

Why do we need such security for Najib and for our PM. Do we afraid that Najib and Pak Lah’s life are in danger more than the life of our children. Do you think Nurin’s parent can understand this.

The security for the future of this country is far more important than this two men who will do anything to be the leader of this country. When the politicians really want to lead the country because they want to do great things for us all, than they should be ready to take all the risk that may come with it.

A leader should be ready to die for the country. If Najib wants to be the PM of Malaysia, we should ask him, are you ready to die for this country? If Pak Lah wants to remain as PM of this country, he should be ready to die for this country.

They should not just be sad because our children are dying due to lack of security and failure in the police force, but they themselves should be ready to be the victim themselves.

If what they claim that Malaysia is actually a peaceful country, than I dare them to have the minimum security and let us not waste tax payer money just for the sake to keep them safe.

Is there anything at all that Najib needs to worry? Well let us listen to what he has just said in Kelantan on 3 January 2008.