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'What are we fighting for?'

OLYMPIC Council of Malaysia (OCM) honorary secretary Datuk Sieh Kok Chi Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) honorary secretary Datuk Sieh Kok Chi (pic) has never heard Country Joe & the Fish sing the Vietnam Song.

The anti-war song was a hit at the 1969 Woodstock music festival.

Nevertheless, both Country Joe and Kok Chi share a similar view.

The retired civil engineer and former national water polo athlete has come under fire in recent times as certain quarters are plotting his downfall ahead of OCM’s annual general meeting and election on June 22.

He is not enjoying the ‘war’ within.

“What are we fighting for?” questioned Kok Chi.

Read more in today's Mailsport.

HD says: And let's sing along;    

And it's one, two, three,
What are we fighting for?
Don't ask me, I don't give a damn....                               



  1. Tell your old buddy to take to easy. It appears his time is up. Let others continue his good work. It is no rocket science. Its just a voluntary sports official position. Why would he want to defend his position fighting tooth & nail. He is beginning to give enough reason for the authorities to look into the the truth of the expose' Would be interesting to see the outcome. He appears to be screaming 'i'm innocent!" even befpre he is called to answer any formal accusation. Please do your friend a favour & tell him to think deep inside himself and ask... Is this how he wants to go down in history...

  2. Bro,

    Betul cakap orang dulu, buat baik ribu-ribu orang tak ingat. TAPI sekali buat jahat.. Orang tak lupa
    Saya teringat satu lagu yang kena pada tempatnya.
    " And now... The end is near... And so i face... The final curtain...


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