― Abdul Samad Sulaiman
The Malaysian Insider
March 04, 2013
MARCH 4 ― What a show we had today at the National Monument. Bet it was the first time the likes of Rahim Noor, Samsuri Arshad and other former IGPs have even graced the place of fallen heroes in recent years!
The jokers have no standing to comment on Sabah or, for that matter, anywhere in Malaysia. While they were enjoying the “perks” of the top job, Sabah was being flooded by illegals and recipients of Project IC.
Did Rahim and his so-called patriots kick up a fuss about the acts of high treason in giving away Malaysian citizenships to people who did not qualify ― people who today hold Sabahans at ransom in their own state?
Did any of them resign in protest when the Mahathir administration opened our borders wantonly?
No, they didn’t. And now they shed crocodile tears for the loss of real heroes, and they are falling over themselves to score some points with the government by feigning indignation at that lightweight, Tian Chua.
Tian Chua may be stupid and callous, but he did not kill Malaysian policemen.
You know why the cops could not hit the militants hard, because they were worried that there could be an uprising among the Filipino population in Sabah, some whom are armed.
And how did this situation happen? Because the cops and other security agencies turned the other way when Sabah was being flooded by foreigners to help a particular party win an election.
So save your tears. You should have cried when Malaysian citizenships were being hawked to unsavoury characters for political expediency.
And here is some advice for the military top brass: Before you go to the National Monument for some protest, can you explain why our troops were lifted to Sabah in an AirAsia plane?
What happened to our transport planes? Rosak? Hilang enjin?