Treasure Island

Nur Meiyati


Honesty


No matter how great a speech delivered by a leader is
In the end people will not listen to him
If what he says is different from what he does
Whether his political action clean or not that will determine his credibility
No honesty no trust
Transparency and justice will last
That also applies to a leader of the world level
You may say it is naive
But don't forget that the majority of the people in the world
are naive and proud of being naive
He has to gain their trust to get their votes and good impression
To shape a retained image of him and what he says and what he does
Otherwise he has to use guns to gain power over them
But if he chooses that way
There will come a time when he falls deep down
Destroying anything
And the demise will never be recovered

Notes: Taken from Facebook posting, June 24,2013

Submitted: Wednesday, December 04, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 05, 2013

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