羅太, being in Tung’s close-circle before, was proved to be a political liability.
Sir D. Tsang could have done a better job to distance himself from her and yet be “respectful". Saying that he was confident and given his full support to her would discredit the whole so-called accountability system and verdict of the independent inquiry.
In light of Tung and Leungs (finance and justice ministers)’s latest remarks on article 23 and H.K-U.S currency peg, and the most scariest one, Tung’s willingness to return to Office, wouldn’t it be better to return the favor by praising her previous works (especially in Tung’s era) and “passion" for getting something done instead?
By: cytodex on 六月 21, 2007 at 11:33 上午
In addition, there is also Peter Principle.
Here is the definition: “In a hierarchy every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence."
41 years after the end of Cultural Revolution, there are still people living with the same mentality up to this date.
For the person who does not know the difference between 批評 and 批鬥, I think your illness must really be terminal. Therefore, I would recommend to my fellow readers, whom you previously addressed or not, not to bother with such nonsense.
By: cytodex on 六月 21, 2007 at 2:34 下午
同意cytodex//Jun 21st 2007 at 2:34 pm的結論。
Correction: 41 years in previous post should be 31 years.
Being one of the few that has to communicate with all of you in English, it a shame that I could not interact with you in Chinese. Please accept my apology for any inconvenience. For my Chinese is very poor. I also don’ t have any software and hardware to allow me to write Chinese. Even if they were available, I would still prefer to write in English (as I flunked Chinese at school).
I will see if I could write something to respond to this new wave of bashing. In the meantime, don’t get too irritated.