After the implementation of the shameful NRO through which all the corruption done by our rulers in the past has been given a legal cover, the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has recently introduced a scheme that allows those in possession of black money to whitewash their wealth by paying a mere two percent tax. It seems that the only thing left to be done now is to legalize corruption systematically. Not a bad idea considering the ineffectiveness of the successive governments to do any thing sustainable to bring the corrupt to justice. Let us institutionalize corruption by giving it a legal cover and by introducing it in our educational curriculum as a compulsory subject. We would, thus, enable our future generations to be prepared for the big, bad practical world when they enter it. -DR IRFAN ZAFAR, Islamabad, via e-mail, January 4.