05 December 2009

Penipu dan pembohong ada dimana mana




Fuiyoooo!!!
Banyak nya medal dia, sampai tak cukup tempat nak letak. Terpaksa letak 2 baris, sehinggakan medal medal tersebut akhir nya dipertikaikan kerana tidak mungkin seseorang itu boleh mendapat 17 medal sekali gus. Apa yang boleh diambil iktibar dari gambar diatas dan cerita nya(dibawah)?. Moral of the story:

1. Kalau nak menipu pun berpada pada lah. Jangan sampai penipuan itu tidak logik dan akhir nya orang tahu kita menipu. Kan kita jugak yang malu. Lain lah kalau muka tak tahu malu...

2. Di Malaysia ini pun ada negeri yang besar nya sekangkang kera tapi bagi 'medal' banyak nya bukan kepalang. 20 atau 30 tahun lagi mahu penuh 1 negeri dengan pemegang 'medal'. Apa tidak nya, orang luar yang sumbangan nya cuma sebesar taik hidung pun boleh dapat. Tak apa kot, sebab itu bukan menipu dan membohong.

Harap harap bekas anggota tentera Malaysia yang kita sanjung tidak begitu. Kalau ada upacara rasmi, pakai lah 'medal' apa yang ada sahaja. Tak payah lah tambah tambah.

Salute to Kanang Anak Langkau kerana beliau adalah satu satu nya pemegang pingat "Seri Pahlawan Gagah Perkasa" dan "Pingat Gagah Berani" yang masih hidup.

Sekian

Di bawah ini cerita untuk foto diatas:


Fraud! Remembrance Day conman who marched with 'impossible' haul of 17 medals
Last updated at 9:11 AM on 05th December 2009

Cheered by thousands as he marched alongside brave troops during a Remembrance Day parade, he looked every inch the battle-hardened war veteran.

But on closer inspection, his striking collection of 17 medals - including the Distinguished Service Order and Military Cross - was not what it seemed.

No single servicemen could have been awarded all the medals, and they were wrongly displayed, experts said last night.

Last night a hunt was under way for the fraudster after he took part in a big Remembrance Day parade in Bedworth, Warwickshire.

Wearing decorations without authority is a criminal offence under the Army Act 1955.

Bereaved families of servicemen killed in Afghanistan were among the crowds who applauded as he passed, but organisers became suspicious when they noticed his array of medals. He wore badges from campaigns including the Second World War, Korea and the Falklands, medals for both officers and other ranks, and foreign decorations.

The man, in a beige SAS beret, was confronted by a march organiser. He is said to have admitted to being a fake before leaving.

Martin Harrison, a medals expert from the Bedworth Armistice Day Parade committee, said the display of decorations was clearly fake.

He said: 'To start with you never wear two rows of medals - you wear one long row overlapping. The entire order is wrong.

'But the real outrage is over the gallantry awards. Swanning around with things he is not entitled to, especially under the present circumstances, is offensive. - www.dailymail.co.uk

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