Some basic knowledge of physics may be required when reading this post ;-)
al Jazeera said that Malaysian AG, that Patail character, dropped all charges against five Hindraf leaders (accused of terrorism) and 26 others, some of whom were innocent bystanders (of attempted murder charges).
... terrorism and attempted murder ...? Mate, these are f-serious charges, and he just DROPPED them?
He boasted: "I could be very strict but I don't think this is the time to be that strict. Freeing them now would be the best course of action in the public and national interest.”
This is f-revolutionary – the USA should learn something from Malaysia on how to handle terrorists and failed murderers. We Malaysians are Boleh if not anything. We have just come up with a world first, where we know it’s 'in the best public and national interest' to free terrorists and unsuccessful murderers.
Nobel Peace Prize for Patail?
He crowed: "When we exercise the law ... we look at what is fair and just ... and in my judgment this is the fairest thing to do.”
Then WTF are you Patail waiting for – go free those 'Five' from Kem Kamunting.
Yes, why not release P Uthayakumar, M Manoharan, R Kenghadharan, V Ganabatirau and T Vasantha Kumar? After all you not only saw fit to release those accused of attempted murder but to drop all charges against the ‘Five’.
Oh BTW, can anyone tell me which country arrests (attempted) murder suspects and then without any explanation, other than it’s ‘in the public and national interest’ and ‘the fairest thing to do’, releases them?
That Patail thinks everyone has his IQ.
But alas, according to Malaysiakini, the Cops thwarted Hindraf gathering at Kamunting.
Malaysiakini reported that on Sunday morning, the police set up numerous roadblocks near the Malaysian Gulag, and checked every motorist and passengers of Indian origin.
Just now I had an interesting discussion on this with my blogging mate, ze well-known Mademoiselle Susan Loone, who was kind enough to share with me information she came across.
Apparently, as Malaysiakini reported, the police maintained roadblocks to our Guantanamo Bay and targeted people based on their kulit-fications.
Instead of the traditional ‘red’ for ‘stop’, they were looking for ‘black’ as the colour to effect a halt.
And we all know that internationally ‘yellow’ means ‘prepare to stop’ except in Malaysia where it actually signals to ‘go faster’, thus the police roadblocks indeed did allow passage through for that colour, though they didn’t insist on the ‘yellows’ passing in a speedy fashion.
But the ‘yellows’ minus many 'blacks' went straight to Kem Kamunting to stand vigil for the victims of our deplorable draconian double-standard UMNO-led government.
In this demonstration created by the police prism ‘refracting the Malaysian light’ into its constituent colours, there was a silver lining, an excellent example of ‘an ill wind that blows nobody any good’. More and more ‘yellows’ are showing their support o orthe Hindraf detainees, becoming aware of the Indians' plight. The Indians are no longer alone in their struggle.
What about the ‘browns’?
Good news too, Susan told me the information was that one ‘brown’ claimed 2/3 of the ‘browns’ understand and support Hindraf.
While his heart was obviously with Hindraf, perhaps he allowed his emotions to get a wee carried away, expressing his wish rather than objective fact. But it’s good that he too is indicative of all the constituent colours blending together into a bright white Malaysian light again, as we should be.
F-the government's refractive prism!