Jul 18, 2009

When death has its meaning


First and foremost, like all right thinking Malaysians, I would like to express my condolences to the family of Teoh Beng Hock who died in mysterious
circumstances while under detention as a witness at the MACC office.

Although we have been cautioned not to speculate on the death of Teoh Beng Hock, all right thinking Malaysians believe that the writings are on the wall.

What does the death of Teoh Beng Hock means to all of us?

To the people: It is time for us all to unite to fight against the evils of politics. When innocent lives can be taken away in the name of political survival, what else can the people hope for? It is pure bunkum to see true justice when the rule of laws can be amended and broken at the whims and fancies of those in power. By now the people must have realized which party brings nothing but misery and who are the ones that champion justice and fairness for all. For the apolitical and the fence-sitters, your decision is now. Let us not allow Teoh Beng Hock die in vain and just as he will fight for justice when alive, his soul will be a shining star to guide us to this path.

To Pakatan Rakyat: It is time for PR to wake-up and stay focus on the ultimate objective of forming the next government. It should realize by now the reasons behind all these questionings of the political secretaries of the DAP in Selangor by the MACC. Can PR survive the onslaught of the enemy? The clarion call for solidarity and unity among the PR parties is getting stronger now. As such PR must seize this opportunity to built a stronger foundation that is strong enough to withstand the onslaughts of the enemies. Th ability to smash the racial barriers among the people will be the strongest pylon of foundation for PR to build on.

To Barisan Nasional: The current sentiment of the people is full of anger and distrust now. The people have seen a lot of shits and heard a lot of bulls. Unfortunately for the people, this is not an election year. A call for an early election would have triggered a mother of all tsunamis that would have swept the pillars of power of BN away, paving a new hope for the people.

To all politicians: If they can conspire to frame in order to remove political enemies, no matter which side you are on, one can equally be removed with an iota of opportunity as long as you are not with them. Hence, these politicians must be brave enough to speak-up and fight the evils by joining forces with all right thinking Malaysians.


donplaypuks® said...

“Well-placed sources and officials close to the MACC said Teoh was “manhandled and threatened” by investigators during a 10-hour interrogation as part of a political conspiracy to bring down opposition leaders, led by Anwar Ibrahim, and to implicate them for alleged misuse of funds.

When he refused to do so, the officers dragged him to a window on the 14-story building and threatened to throw him out,”said the source who was not authorized to speak to media.”

Well, this piece from Malaysian Mirror is interesting. Check it out at:



We are all of one Race, the Human Race.
That is all that really matters.

lkh said...

Utusan said MACC is Malay institution. Other race can not say anything to against it. What a stupid comment uttered from government funded media? Can't we see it this government is racist? They still acted infantry.
From the death of TBH, a lecture has to be given to BN. Vote them out once for all.

cancan said...

Let us be patient and wait for the outcome.The people are watching, the world is watching and TBH is also watching from above.