This is my last article in relation to the death of JayaNegara. After this I will just concentrate on completing the next chapter of 'Jerejak' novel.
I've been surfing the internet quite actively in the past two days to check on something. The latest unfortunate event that had befallen jayanegara had attracted a lot of visitors to this site and I suspect that all eight blogs followed by arwah is experiencing the same.
Also, Recently I had corresponded with an editor of an online foreign news agency about the same. He (or maybe she?) asked my opinion on the shooting of arwah. At first I suspected him/her as pro-opposition like the rest of the foreign news agency reporting in the cyberspace. It turned out that he/she is quite okay for a foreigner. So I gave him/her the benefit of the doubt of not suspecting the agency being another branch of the Luciferians news network and replied the email. I also told him (or her) that I can't be much help on the matters because I barely have enough time to update my own blog. Therefore I suggest that he/she contacted my blogger friend bapak3 instead for an input
(I just assume bapak3 is more motivated and politically connected to give better input).
Anyway, one of the thing we discussed was the shooting itself. Like what I have stated in my recent post, I was (and still) disturbed by the voice of the guy that was heard yelling "tembak" and "berundur" (at first I thought it was the word "bunuh" but thanks to some good people who posted their comments in this blog, it turned out to be "berundur").
Now, I think it's a no brainer that there's a video clip of the whole incident. The pictures above pretty much self explanatory of the fact that there's a video clip of the whole incident out there.
I would like to urge those who in possession of this video to made it public pronto. It quite embarrassing that the first video on the incident was released by pro-opposition blogger. If the police has a better version of the video that can silent all the accusation now being hurled toward the police, then what's the excuse of keeping the video under the drawer?
Upon carefully listening to the video, I now believe that the voice heard in the video did not belong to arwah. Other then the word "tembak" and "berundur", we can also hear the same voice commanding the shooter to shot the deceased's leg. I now believe the voice belong to a third party and the first thing that came to mind is the voice belong to a police officer.
The second thing that still disturbed me is the span of time between the shots. If the trigger was squeezed during a moment of true panic (like when arwah was in close distant swinging his sword to the shooter) there won't be any pause between shots like that. Instead it would be like "bam! bam! bam!" in very quick succession. But the shots we heard has a tale of someone with enough seconds to aim the gun. By logic if a person has enough ime to aim the gun, then it also means that there was enough time to just retreat and run away. When dealing with lunatic with loss of mental faculty like arwah, it would be more humane to just run away if that what it takes to spare his life. A bullet must only be released as last resort when it was clear that there was a clear and imminent danger to shooter's life.
In my line of career I have interviewed several crazy people before. One memorable case was representing a guy who murdered his own grandfather by slitting his throat. During trial he was shown pictures of the dead grandpa and he was crying like crazy upon seeing what he had done. In fact, he was so remorseful that at first he had insisted to plead guilty and be hanged with. Fortunately the Malaysian legal system doesn't work that way when it come to death penalty offenses.
Please understand that people with mental illness must be tolerated accordingly. Most of the time, they didn't know what they were doing. If we can lend them time to regain their mind, then there's no harm of doing it.
Now, if there's a video out there showing that the danger toward the shooter was imminent, then I say good riddance for the shooting. But if it was the other way around, then the police will simply have to brace for impact and take it as a lesson to better themselves.
Some pro-opposition bloggers now are accusing conspiracy bloggers as "pencacai UMNO". All I wish to say is that I believe none of conspiracy bloggers are being paid to blog. Unlike the entertainment, gossips and political blogs out there, Malaysian conspiracy theory blogs clocked very few visitors per day and therefore has no significant impact on the next general election. Whereas I can't make any statement on behalf of all local conspiracy bloggers, I do believe that most of us Moslems bloggers has placed our main loyalty towards the rise of the black banners.
It's not our fault that the leader of opposition front has all the characteristic of being a servant of the globalist elite of the New World Order. It's not our fault that the political dynasty of the Penang-based opposition party is historically connected to the Lee bloodline in Singapore. It's not our fault that the once so-called Islamic Party had abandoned the Ulama and now sworn their allegiance with Kafir harbi.
It's definitely not our fault that the opposition is now possessing all the characteristic of being the biggest mistake in the history of Malaysia.
We are not pencacai UMNO. Some of us didn't even like UMNO that much. But what else can we do? Where else can we search for hope when UMNO is the only remaining party with a prospect of being used to defend future generation against the coming of New World Order?
When you're left with several bad apples, then strategically speaking the only thing you can do is to pick the best amongst the worst. Yes, UMNO is currently corrupted, but until the time when all of us swore our allegiance to the army Black Banners, UMNO is the only party left we can cling for a borrowed time.