The Star) PETALING JAYA: The Mongolian honorary consul-general to Malaysia Datuk Syed Abdul Rahman Alhabshi was shocked when he heard that Mongolia would sever political ties with Malaysia if the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder case was deemed to be unfair.
He said the Mongolian government had not officially made such a decision.
“I was shocked when I heard that statement on television just now,” he said.
Syed Abdul Rahman said the Mongolians were monitoring the trial very closely.
“The Mongolian prime minister has written to the Malaysian Prime Minister three times but there is still no reply. Mongolia should not be taken for granted,” he said.
Altantuya's father Dr Shaariibuu Setev had earlier told reporters at the PKR headquarters here yesterday that Mongolia would sever political ties with Malaysia if the judgment in the high-profile Altantuya murder case was deemed “irresponsible and unfair.”
Dr Shaariibuu, who claimed he was conveying this message on behalf of Mongolia's Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister, said his country was tired of waiting for an outcome in the murder trial.
Taken from here where is originally from here.
So, what do we get here? A potential of losing diplomatic ties with Mongolia just because we are trying to save one of our big shot from getting his neck on the rope. We as well are responsible to take care of Altantunya kids for their studies and living until they are grown up as stated by international law. I cant imagine paying 2 kids living in Mongolia which i dont even have anything to do with them just because some horny, stingy and greedy bastard (over US 500K out of US 500,000,000) that are currently serving the nation. Here in Malaysia, we still have lots of kids that require good education and better housing but yet we prefer to go and pay for 2 Mongolian kids that got nothing to do with us directly but to only one of us. Oh okie... sorry... its our responsible because we actually voted for this man to represent us as our leader and when he makes mistake, it's actually our responsibility to be responsible for it.
So, why cant we actually support Malaysian kids who are in need instead of Mongolian? Well, we could, but still... "our leader" needs to go and fuck their (kids) mom's brains out first... and when he got bored with her and all the nagging.... then he will blow her up with C4... and then only IF those kids who lost their mother LUCKY ENOUGH... they will get support from government... if not? well, we can always accuse somebody else and use him as scapegoat. Hang him.. and then everybody will be happy. Well, not everybody.. the kids still lost their mother but at least they got their revenge by hanging the scapegoat. By the end, at least 2 people died :)
Summary, did we ever think about our leaders' moral values before selecting them as our leaders? With current issues from manslaughter, sexual scandals, robbing the nation blind, etc etc, we are actually that stupid who can't see them in a better view before selecting them. So, the one who lost is us and the one who win are them who are "holier than thou" and "the untouchables" (though only in India, Thailand and Philippine that they practice the untouchables. Now we have Malaysia in the list).
This article can make me:
- Blown to pieces by C4
- Killed by other means rather than C4
- Jailed under ISA
- Walked freely as a free man who can express his own opinion living in a free country which uphold moral values and respect
- Dissatisfaction in how government being run
- Distressed by how low my ministers' moral values are
- Sympathy towards the victim of the unfair juridical system (reminds of Indian movies with bad policemen :D)
Roger and out..........