In denying the allegation that he received RM10 million from Kuala Dimensi Sdn. Bhd., MCA President had this to say:

I am not surprised that the smear tactics and character assassination against me had picked up pace especially with the latest revelations by the PKFZ Task Force.

If indeed I have received pecuniary and financial benefits for myself or the Party, there will be more reasons for me to protect the interests of the givers, as opposed to proceeding to expose their misdeeds. By doing so, I am risking my personal and family safety as well as my own credibility.

The allegation by Dato’ Seri Tiong King Sing that I have taken the RM10 million “loan” from him for use by the Party’s divisions, are obviously made with several motives, including diverting attention away from the alleged irregularities exposed by the Task Force. It could also be meant to create suspicion among my Party comrades that I have pocketed funds meant for the divisions. The fact that he indicated that it was a loan could mean that he wants the option of taking me to court to further embarrass me. [Smear campaign just another obstacle. Ong Tee Keat. August 12 2009]

I presume, Mr. Ong Tee Keat has never heard of prisoner’s dilemma.

If one applies prisoner’s dilemma, it should not be too hard to understand why somebody is defecting. Of course, this is assume that Mr. Ong was involved in the whole fiasco.

Whether true or not, it is still a possibility. It is not as impossible or ludicrous as Mr. Ong insists at all.

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