Thursday, 4 December 2008

Collective Responsibility = Collective Irresponsibility

In the latest Bangkok incident, it is interesting to see when the Hong Kong government officials say "the decision is made collectively", it actually means "the decision is made by no one". If the decision is really so collective, then everyone of them should be accountable.

It is also interesting to see how Ambrose Lee said he will "take up ALL the responsibilities", but nothing has been done at all by him. What do you actually mean by "take responsibilities" if it doesn't mean some sorts of punishments?

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