No sympathy

Posted: 04 Mar 2014 10:46 PM PST

As usual, Pakatan Rakyat leaders offered no sympathy to families of the murdered cop in Klang (picture) a few days ago. Not a single word was uttered by Anwar Ibrahim, Lim Kit Siang, Lim Guan Eng, Hadi Awang, Rafizi Ramli, Tian Chua, Mat Sabu and others.

To them, the loss of a policeman is like a chicken being run down by a car. To them, the police is their greatest enemy!

Even Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi was disgusted at the Opposition's sharp criticism at the police force, accusing them of being blatant in carrying our their duty. Even in circumstances when their life are at stake, they must not shoot and kill but nab the assailants and give them the 'rights' in court - that's what Pakatan Rakyat and those human rights groups think.

But what about the rights of the dead and injured policemen and their families. Did Pakatan Rakyat leaders ever extent words of condolence and provide them with assistance? Never!
KLANG: A policeman and two of his alleged assailants died in a scuffle in Taman Sentosa here early this morning.
Police said Corporal Raja Aizam Raja Mohamad, 53, was stabbed in the neck and two men in a group of five assailants were shot down by his partner, Corporal Mohd Aidil Mustafa.
Police gave the following account of the incident:
At about 5am, Raja Aizam and Mohd Aidil were patrolling Taman Sentosa in a police car when they came across five men behaving in a suspicious manner on Lorong Yusuf Shahbuddin. All five appeared to be foreign nationals.
"What rights are they talking about? Who defends our policemen when they come under grave situation like this (the Klang incident). The public? The opposition? We will level them... zero tolerance! (in combating major crimes)," Zahid said.

I agree! If Malaysians want to feel safer, let the police do what is necessary as long as it is not against their standard operation procedures (SOP).

The opposition do not bother how many policemen died in their line of duty. In other words, they look down at our security forces. Remember what Tian Chua said about our police personnel who died during Ops Daulat in Lahad Datu last year?

And here is another 'cakap tak serupa bikin' NGO leader - being critical of PDRM - who wants the police force to be revamped, claiming Malaysians are feeling unsafe of late!
There has been an average of one murder committed daily in Malaysia in the first two months of this year, underlining the concerns of the people who no longer feel safe, a crime forum was told last night.
A 100-strong crowd who attended the forum, "Time to Reform the Police Force", held at the Selangor-Kuala Lumpur Chinese Assembly Hall in Kuala Lumpur, agreed that the majority of Malaysians no longer felt safe, whether they lived in urban or rural areas.
Crime watchdog MyWatch chairman R. Sri Sanjeevan told the forum that 67 murders were reported in the first two months of the year while more than 6,000 motorcycle thefts and over 900 cases of criminal intimidation were also reported in the same period.
What a farce! He and other pro-Opposition NGOs had been criticising the whole police force, lambasting and belittling them over corruption and abuse of power by a few but are now expressing concern over rising crime.

These are the people who prefer more policemen died than the armed robbers, drug dealers and murderers. The rights of the suspected criminals are more important than the rights of the police and the law!

The next time when a robber walks into your house with a gun, you better treat them nicely! The moment you see a someone guns down a person, just let him go! The opposiiton don't need the police, actually. They need dogs!



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