First and foremost, I would like to convey my condolence to Karpal Singh’s families and friends. He is a great leader that will be missed by all Malaysians. We will never forget him and his role in our fight for a truly democratic Malaysia.
I couldn’t help feeling that Karpal’s death is not just a mere road accident. Some of us feels that someone may have a hand in this freak accident that had caused the death of one of the most feared and loved political icon in Malaysia.
Karpal is a man who speaks the truth when everyone is afraid. He was not afraid to stand up against anyone. He is the only person except for Dr. Mahathir who has the guts to tell the Malay Sultans the wrongs that they did.
Karpal was a hero for all Malaysians. If you are in a tight spot, be assured that Karpal will help you. He did it by doing what he knows best. He puts his legal knowledge to good use. But then again, because of this he had many enemies.
Karpal is not a hypocrite, he speaks the truth and sometimes the truth may hurt. In numerous occasions he is seen criticizing the Pakatan Rakyat and also its De Facto Leader, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Just before PRU-13 Karpal is seen as a man who would destroy PR by asking Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to repent of all his sins. He also said that DSAI was the one who had created my problems for the country.
Supporters of PR are torn as they respect and believe Karpal Singh for his views and thoughts, but the Reformation Movement has reached up to the point of no return. Anwar is the only weapon that can destroy Barisan Nasional and unite all the parties under Pakatan Rakyat. Karpal was once shunned by Malays PR members because of his stance on the position of Anwar Ibrahim as the Opposition Leader in the parliament.
We were blinded by the hope and dreams that was sold by Anwar Ibrahim, we forgot that we were fighting for the people and not just the coalition that we know now as Pakatan Rakyat. Now we are in a dilemma. If Karpal Singh is gone, who will protect us from the implementation of Hudud law in Malaysia?
Karpal was the only person in Pakatan Rakyat who has the guts to stand up for Malaysians. He stands alone in defending his views, while other members of the Pakatan Rakyat (this includes the non-Muslims) were trying to lie about their views on Hudud. Karpal was clear with his thoughts and words. “Hudud can only be implemented if I die” brave words from one of the most patriotic Malaysian who ever lived.
Did some of the “hudud lovers” take this to their heart? Did UMNO support Hudud laws to be implemented in Kelantan, a way to avoid another Memali incident? Did Karpal died because he spoke the truth? Will there be another victim of Pre-Hudud implementation in Malaysia?
No one knows what will happen in the future. What I can say now is that BN is not our worst enemy, at least they can be reasoned with. But watch out for the GREEN eyed monster that is hiding inside our ranks.
Serdang, Selangor Darul Ehsan.
CU4M: We do not fully agree with Josephine Ang’s views. However, there are some truths in her thoughts on the incident. If it is clearly an accident, why are they trying to blame in on UMNO. Just look at the FB status below. It seems that they are trying to make UMNO/BN their scapegoat again. Should DAP severe their ties with PKR and PAS? YES! Definitely YES!
|Seriously... We also think that there are something wrong with this person. UMNO is not |
that powerful. UMNO maybe Evil but they are not that competent enough to execute such plan. Go figure!