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Sakmongkol ak 47

Sunday, 7 November 2021

The Sick Race And The mischievous Court.

1. I am thankful to my friends, Tuan Haji Ariff Nasir Rahman Talib and Tan Sri Ng for their valuable inputs. How I craft the ensuing storyline is not their responsibility at all. All fault is mine entirely.

2. I watched several videos and Tik Tok clips serenading Najib. I feel disgusted about them. Some Malays continue to adulate a convicted felon and not feel ashamed by it. I am appalled by the absence of shame by a crime done.

3. The whole episode surrounding Najib is bizarre. A wrong is considered a right. A crime, an intransigence and corruption is considered a good virtue.

4. Some incorrigible persons regarded him as an amirulmukminin. That means commander of the faithful. Stealing is thus considered virtuous.

5. That estimation is, of course, nonsensical. A more appropriate description would be amirulmunafiqqin or amirulmusyrikin.

6. Then, there is the ubiquitous but nauseating bossku. Thus, bossku,apa nak dimalukan. Bossku, what's there to be ashamed of?
Steal more, please. That will make our day. That brings honour to our race.

7. When we have no shame but feel proud, then we are just like animals mating in public. But more disastrous than that, it's symptomatic of a decaying society.

8. When God wants to destroy a society, he sends crooks to become its leaders, and we acquiesce with it.

Surah Al-Anaam, Verse 123:

وَكَذَٰلِكَ جَعَلْنَا فِي كُلِّ قَرْيَةٍ أَكَابِرَ مُجْرِمِيهَا لِيَمْكُرُوا فِيهَا وَمَا يَمْكُرُونَ إِلَّا بِأَنفُسِهِمْ وَمَا يَشْعُرُونَ

Dan demikianlah Kami adakan pada tiap-tiap negeri penjahat-penjahat yang terbesar agar mereka melakukan tipu daya dalam negeri itu. Dan mereka tidak memperdayakan melainkan dirinya sendiri, sedang mereka tidak menyadarinya.

9. Something is terribly wrong with our Malay values system. A wrong, instead of being condemned and eliciting revulsion, is being elevated to a position of adulation.

10. When will it sink into our thick heads, that a wrong if committed by everyone is still a wrong and a right even if it's done by one person, is right.

11. Truly, this is a sign that our society is sick. We feel comforted and complete, when we elect people like Najib, Zahid, Rauf and the Melaka pirates to public office. We know they will pillage and plunder. We are political masochists, deriving pleasure when pain is imposed on us.

12. We are indeed sending the wrong messages to our Malays and future generations. Crime is rewarded handsomely and virtue is punished. We ignore the warning signs ahead and resolved to become politicians for the wrong reasons.

13. Like the infamous Al Capone, whose 'public service is my motto', Najib and his ilk's motto is also public service. Besides the usual gambling, prostitution, liquor the additional public service is relieving the public off their public treasury and now, sand.

14. Something must be grotesquely wrong also with our judicial system. A convicted felon is given liberty to do anything he fancies. The most famous felon, Najib Razak, is endorsed by the court to galavant in Melaka.

15. I would have thought that a person found guilty, until his appeal is heard, is guilty. No more presumed innocent until found guilty. The court of first instance has found him guilty. Yet he is free to roam free in Melaka. Respectfully, I think the decision giving him freedom is wrong.

16. As a result, he is free to do all sorts of mischief.

17. Hence, the court is also liable for the mischief caused. Judges, please don't feel infallible. The people will judge you in turn.


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