There's nothing but crap in it, and I know your time is more important to you than to waste on reading gibberish that either means nothing or is too far removed from the truth.
But I have a point to make, so I ask you to read: Clinton: Malaysia a role model.
I know some of you are rolling your eyes already. I did too. Especially at this statement:
The former US president said the world would be a better place if it emulated Malaysia’s harmony and social tolerance.
Malaysia's harmony is artificial and the social tolerance is slowly eroding. Someone hasn't been doing his homework.
But this post is not purely about Malaysia or Bill Clinton.
It's also a reminder to consider the other side of the story. And the bigger picture.
Take this article in the New York Times for enlightenment as to what he was doing here in the first place: Bill Clinton Speech in Malaysia Irks Investors.
We are informed that in this case, Bill Clinton was invited by the Petra Group. He was PAID to speak, he did not visit Malaysia voluntarily.
And he was paid $200,000. I don't know about you, but that certainly isn't pocket change for me.
In the face of these circumstances, we can no longer take Clinton's comments as sincere and unbiased.
Now this Petra Group has been suffering some bad press, apparently even before high profile Hollywood actor Bruce Willis demanded his investment back.
Malaysia has been suffering lots of bad press, with its incessant need to brutalise its citizens who do not share the political views of the government.
Now I have been casually following the career of Bill Clinton.
Apart from his indiscretions with various interns in the White House and the lies he spouts under oath, he isn't exactly stupid.
I was once quite impressed with his responses during a talk show, he had a great sense of humour and strong knowledge of world politics.
The US State Department needs to review what he says and endorses to avoid taking conflicting stands in future.