Wednesday, November 30, 2005

missing the point ......

The 2 weeks, the hit news topic is 'chinese woman mis-treated' ...we, as public, read the news, felt ashame of things like this happening. Kancil is in China now, pity him, this news just spread there this week, now started to broadcast. When Kancil introduced himself from this country, people at the back commented on this case liow. Malu or not ? Put yourself in this shoe now, can you imagine how you could introduce yourself from Msia ?

Our PM asked for private investigation and if need to, if we are wrong - go apologize, do something to remedy this issue. However, the police force officer insisted to find out who was the culprit who took the short movie and passed around..he is more interested, angry to find out this culprit, then to do his internal investigation to find out the truth , the tudung lady etc ..My pastor commented - he is missing the point. Gee, he is either missing the points here or he is trying to cover up the real truth, the shame - sometimes I feel like nak 'cekik' those folks who are high power, yet buat and talk nonsense...

A comment posted on 'The Star' which was related to this topic - said that 'we are now like Americans'. Hmm, Americans treated Iraqi badly, Iraqi is their enermy - so treat them bad still make sense.... but we pula doing this to our visitors, humiliated our visitors - so we are not like Americans, we are worst than Americans leh. Next, tudung lady - a law enforcer - suppose to be a religion worshiper - what was in her mind to have done such an act ? where is the basic human sense ?

7 comments:

Janice said...

The news was broadcasted in TVBS a few days ago. My hubby passed some very negative remarks though his wife is a Malaysian. So, what would the Chinese think abt Msia ?

Itz a hot topic that my ex colleagues are discussing in our chain mails. We are now looking into our rights when one is detained by police officers in Msia. We are yet to get the answer.

不精な猫 said...

I think its not like 'we are like americans' but more like... the current government is more transparent and open minded under our PM Abdullah.

Its a right step where they start treat critism as "constructive" then "destructive".

dockers' pant said...

Remember to vote wisely every 5 years :-)

dockers' pant said...

Neither wearing a bunny suit makes one a bunny; nor wearing a tudung makes one religious.

anti-ringgit said...

eh discussion haram! Tangkap! :-P

docker's pant said...

They said that it is not a Chin-ese woman, it is a local. If the person is like "airport", probably they can consider that is a man :p

Anonymous said...

See also "《中国报》事件后滥权报道绝迹?"
http://www.merdekareview.com/news_view.asp?id=817