‘DEADLY’ MALAYSIA: NAJIB ‘LOSING THE MANDATE FROM ALLAH TO RULE’?

Eight madrasah students were killed in a road accident in Kelantan. Does anyone care? I received the following from a Kelantanese friend (who hails from Banggol near Kota Bharu). My comments follow.

Dear brother Syed,

About eight Tahfiz students road accident death in Serambi Makkah. My two cents or se emas ( 50 cents lah) worth of comments.

As I said before the government of today may have lost the mandate from Allah to rule Malaysia. Tragedy after tragedy, big or small has occurred at regular intervals.

About the accident involving the van and the tahfiz students, something is bloody wrong here. This is not the first major accident of this nature and there are so many dead young students.

Lessons never learned. Students are becoming beggars carrying tissue papers in return for small donations, travelling in old vehicles especially vans. Driving north and south along the Plus Hiway and East Coast Hiway. Very vulnerable to mishaps, accidents and death.

The ustazs are the bearded goons wal retards. They are special; they dont beg but drive without driving licence or are inexperienced drivers.

End results are accidents and deaths of young kids who can be our brothers, relatives or worse our sons.

The MoT / Govt and the Public will then blame one another. Commissions of Inquiry & reports will be produced. Then their findings and recommendations will be ignored.

Another year another murderous accident.
Who died? Young religious school kids.

We all have driven or seen driving and road conditions in the advanced countries. But once back home some of us turn into monsters and mat rempits.

How to attain developed nation status when shit heads are roaming the country, from Putrajaya to Ketereh, Johor Bharu to Pasir Puteh / Kota Bharu and finally to Pantai Cinta Berahi, passing my village of Kg Banggol.

My comments : Well at least someone else cares. But sadly that is not the majority view.

1. A few months back, another EIGHT young kids, all Malays, were killed in Johor when a car driven by a young girl ploughed into them as they were riding bicycles in the wee hours of the morning. EIGHT people getting killed is like mass murder. What has happened in that case? Someone should be held responsible. No one has been held responsible for EIGHT deaths. The driver of the car is an obvious party. But what were young teenagers doing cycling in the middle of the road at 2 am or 3 am in the morning?

Can we prevent this tragedy from happening again? Nope. I am afraid not. It will happen again.

2. Now in Kelantan, another EIGHT tahfiz students have been killed in a road accident. They were crammed inside one vehicle. There is no way a van had seat belts for eight people. What happened to that “rear seat belts” campaign? Only for KL cars kah? Who or what caused the accident? Who checks on things like this?

Can we prevent this tragedy from happening again? Nope. I am afraid not. It will happen again.

3. 10 people died in Kedah from eating tainted food at a wedding khenduri. Food poisoning. No one was held responsible. If it was not mass murder, then it was certainly man slaughter. No one seems to care. I have been reminding people about that case for years now. The years are going by.

Can we prevent this tragedy from happening again? Nope. I am afraid not. It will happen again.

4. FOUR people were drowned when TNB released water from a dam at the Cameron Highlands. The years are going by too. No one has been held responsible. The TNB CEO at that time promised an “international panel of experts” to study the tragedy. It was all just bullshit. No information has been made public by TNB about the cause of those FOUR deaths. I believe the dead included an Indon and an Orang Asli. Who cares about them anyway.

Can we prevent this tragedy from happening again? Nope. I am afraid not. It will happen again.

5. A pedestrian bridge collapsed at the ECO City development in Kuala Lumpur. A GLC is the developer. (I believe it is a Khazanah subsidiary). FOUR people were killed. Again no one has been held responsible for those four deaths. It was most certainly a design error. I stopped and took pictures of the collapsed structure. The horizontal beams (very solid and heavy steel girders) were attached to the lip of a thin concrete platform with no vertical support beneath. The thin concrete crumbled like a cookie and the beams fell on the workers below. Whoever is responsible, serious negligence was involved. But this is Malaysia. It is ok to kill people through your negligence. (Unless you kill a VIP of course). I believe the dead included an Indon and a Bangla. Who cares about them anyway.

Can we prevent this tragedy from happening again? Nope. I am afraid not. It will happen again.

6. There is also the horror story about the cadet student at the Defense University who was murdered by his college mates. This time 36 people have been arrested over his death. I hope all 36 are sent off to jail (ya lah I know, if they are found responsible). Yes it is a question of numbers. Causing human death is not trivial. Imagine if your son or brother was beaten and burned with a hot iron until he died. Why did this happen at a university? Universities are usually places where you go to become more civilised. It appears that even universities are not helping Malaysians become more civilised.

Can we prevent this tragedy from happening again? Nope. I am afraid not. It will happen again.

7. Yesterday (2nd June 2017) over in Sabah, the Maritime Enforcement Agency has officially called off a 126 day search (since January 2017) for FIVE missing people (mostly Chinese tourists) who were part of 28 people involved in a boat mishap when a catamaran overturned. Four people were already drowned in the mishap. Now we have to add another FIVE. Nine people in total lost their lives. Does anyone care? Will anyone be held responsible? Were they travelling at speed? Was the weather bad? Were they wearing safety vests? Was the cataramaran seaworthy? The dead and missing were mostly Chinese tourists. Who gives a shit about Chinese tourists anyway?

Can we prevent this tragedy from happening again? Nope. I am afraid not. It will happen again.

Folks, our country has sizeable numbers of inhuman, not fully civilised and basically barbaric people. I am referring to you dear reader.

It was your sister, daughter, relative, friend who drove that car in Johor that killed eight people.

It was your brother, son, relative, friend who drove that van in Kelantan that killed eight students.

It was your brother, son, daughter, relative, friend who worked for TNB who was responsible for that dam accident (pre and post) in Cameron Highlands.

It was your brother, son, relative, friend who was the caterer in Kedah who was responsible for 10 deaths from food poisoning.

It was your brother, daughter, son, relative, friend who worked for the GLCs who were responsible for that pedestrian bridge collapse in Eco City.

It was your brother, son, relative, friend who joined 36 others in torturing and murdering a fellow student at the Defense University.

It was your brother, son, relative, friend who drives boats or inspects boats or runs tour companies who was responsible for that boat mishap in Sabah.

Yes of course these things happen in other countries as well. Malaysia is not the only country that suffers these types of human death tragedies, especially where people die in numbers.

But I believe Malaysia is the only country in the world where no one is punished, no one is held accountable, no compensation is paid, no serious investigations are carried out, no serious reccomendations are adopted OR IMPLEMENTED even when EIGHT PEOPLE, NINE PEOPLE or 10 PEOPLE are killed.

IT JUST DOES NOT HAPPEN. THEY JUST DO NOT CARE.

This could be a mix of the racism, religious indoctrination or the plain ‘TIDAK APA’ attitude that so defines Malaysians. That means YOU too.

Here is another bit of Malaysian reality : When a road accident happens people stop and stare. The question they ask about the accident victims is (this is from a real accident case ok) ‘Dia itu bangsa apa?’

This applies to all races. The decision to stop and help a human being who has been hurt in a road accident can be determined by race.

You dont need the New Economic Policy, abolish the New Economic Policy, change the Education System, introduce English again, separate religion from the State etc to change these types of poor attitudes.

You just need more civilisation. It starts with you. If we begin to care, then there will be change. The country will become a better place. We just have to care more for the human beings who cohabit our living spaces. Start today folks.

– http://syedsoutsidethebox.blogspot.my/

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