Consumerist: Malaysian Credibility & Truth In Tatters?
I can understand the frustrations of Malaysian Premier, Najib Tun Razak as he lamented the abuse on the social media, which created a ruckus, a near riot and potential flash point at Plaza Low Yat, which could have been used by “NGOs” masquerading as social workers but actually high powered thugs and shenanigans, outsourced by certain quarters allegedly to do their dirty work?
One cannot also but be confused how an alleged act of theft can be condoned and an accomplice of the alleged offender released?
How more than 200 others could arrive at a business outlet to attempt to cause mayhem and destruction and challenge the law enforcement officials on the ground on the grounds of race and religion?
It is obvious someone or some group is looking high and low to create mischief but they will fail as majority Malaysians are well versed with these forms of tactics and strategies!
I must congratulate the good work by the officials at PDRM led by dear friend, no nonsense tolerating IGP Khalid!
Only the stupid, the wayward, the criminal element will find it wanting to do the bidding for one’s desperate ‘political or business masters’ at the expense of destroying all that we have achieved these 58 years after independence!
But the truth is we are socially and as a Malaysian family in trouble!
Politicians and others have abused and destroyed what was once a model tolerant, caring and unified Malaysia!
There is far too much suspicion and animosity and smear, indignified and racist chants and attacks at fellow Malaysians from different religious and racial persuasions!
Some have forgotten that it took a unified Malaysia to build what we have today!
But sadly, some have distorted this and have created and creating a history according to their own political agenda and vision?
My friends and I ( Yes – they are of all races and religious persuasions!) fear for our beloved country and the manner things are done even despicable utterances by politicians who are the root of all evil in Malaysia?
How else can a man accused of stealing a mobile phone in Low Yat Plaza spark unrest at the popular shopping complex on Sunday night?
That saw another 200 mental retards joining them and causing further mischief which saw 6 people injured?
I am glad that the said individual will be charged at the Kuala Lumpur Magistrates Court today.
The man is accused of committing the crime on Saturday, July 11, at the mall which specializes in electronics and computer items.
He will be charged under Section 379 of the Penal Code for theft which carries a maximum jail term of seven years or a fine, or both.
Now what about the 200 others who were there?
Should they be not hauled in too under the country’s laws?