Sunday, January 24, 2010

Lock up the trouble-makers

First the churches, then the surau. We mustn’t allow misguided individuals involved in arson attacks on places of worship to threaten our peace and harmony.

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7 comments:

KY said...

Too late WONG!!!

Damage had been done & it's whatever you say will NEVER turn back time.

Harmony had been DESTROYED.

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...

RIGHT CAPS TO TAP TO AVOID ANY RAP

May all people put on their thinking caps
Without having their inner energies to sap
When they have the correct teachings to tap
Then there won't be those misguided to take the rap

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 240110
http://MotivationInMotion.blogspot.com
Sun. 24th Jan. 2010.

Anonymous said...

I agree. But we also want to see the police catch the master mindand throw him in prison too. So far we only see the little fishes in the net.
And we also want to see the nation's leaders act rationally and not blast out biased rhetoric without facts, but just full of bullying.

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...

REGISTER FIRST THEN VOTE

It's every citizen's duty to vote
But first be registered to take note
It's your responsibility to devote
All your resources to cast your vote

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 240110
http://MotivationInMotion.blogspot.com
Sun. 24th Jan. 2010.

Bye Bye New Malaysia said...

Dear editor,

Remember the song, Bye Bye Love, Bye Bye Happiness, Hello loneliness, I THINK I'M GOING TO CRY

You should now be singing, Bye Bye New Malaysia with this kind of leaders at the helm of our nation.

Adirya Kiratas said...

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to know why some monkeys decided to burn a few suraus. Who benefits the most when there's racial / religious conflict?

You've only called for the monkeys who lit the matches to be locked up. Your failure to call for the arrest of the masterminds seriously damages your credibility as an independent journalist. You know that there were political minds behind the whole incident.

At the very least, they were guilty of one or all of the below:

a) Dereliction of duty for allowing the situation to escalate to dangerous levels
b) Gross negligence
c) Deliberately fanning the flames
d) Gross stupidity

While I understand gross stupidity is something people are born with, and therefore not a crime, surely there are laws against (a),(b) and (c).

Your fear of pointing it out is most disappointing. Tsk! Tsk! Tsk!

Quote: "Police have said that with these arrests, they have solved the arson cases involving these locations."

Must be the world's best police to solve the cases with just a few arrests, without further interrogation to determine who is actually behind it.

Once again it's the lowly paid who are screwed. I'm assuming the arrested were lowly paid underlings.

Thanks for allowing me to comment.

Anonymous said...

Yes, let's lock up Zul Nordin the trouble maker. If Anwar does not want to kick out Zul Nordin from PKR, maybe PDRM can do us a favour by locking up Zul Nordin, and we will vote for BN!