In the dark moments of losing 2 Malaysian commercial airplanes, MH370 and MH17, it was understandable that Malaysians felt frustrated and fear. A simple question: What was going on? This simple question could barely be answered by the government in Malaysia. Their answers would go round and round in many circles. If you were straighten the circles, they may match the length of Great Wall of China.
In that difficult time, it was understandable that Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Razak called upon Malaysians to stay united.
- Malaysians could understand when the victims in MH17 were given full state honors.
- Malaysians applauded the decision to mark 22 August 2014 as a mourning day.
- Malaysians observed minute of silence throughout the nation in grief for loss of lives in MH17.
The question is whether Malaysians should stay united backing Najib Razak due the loss of lives in relation to MH17 and possibly MH370.
Loss of lives is hence used as a cause for Malaysians to remain united; and they are to be united backing Najib.
I wonder if the loss of lives of the following should also be a reason for Malaysians to stay united backing Najib:
- Ahmad Sabarni
- Teoh Beng Hock
- A. Kugan
- C. Sugurman
- Altantuya Shaariibuu
- Koay Soon Guan
- Kamarulnizam Ismail
- Chew Siang Giap
- A. Punniyanathan
- Nobuhiro Matsushita
- N Dharmendran
- Aminulrasyid Amzah
- Chin Te
- Dinesh Darmasena Wijemanna
- Pua Bee Chun
|Teoh Beng Hock|
The list can go on but it is sufficient to prove a point. You can google for details of each case. This list only includes victims who were in the hands of an agency controlled by the Government under the leadership of Najib Razak. This list excludes those murdered due to armed attacks, gunned downs, snatch-thieves, robberies, break-ins and other crimes.
In Malaysia, there can be so many murders but no murderer. Should the Malaysians not stand united for the loss of lives of these victims?
- Can these victims be given full state honors?
- Will there be a day that is marked as mourning day for these victims?
- Should Malaysians observe minute of silence in grief for loss of lives in Government custody?
Is life not equal in Malaysia? Is life only of value if there is political expediency? You can probably guess the answer for this simple question.
I submit that Malaysians must stay united for loss of lives. These innocent loss of lives must be stopped. It is crime against humanity. Understandably, Malaysians must not possibly stay united under a leadership that has caused them.
|Police report on death of Kamarulnizam Ismail in Tapah Police Lockup|
|Press Conference on death of Dinesh Darmasena Wijemanna|