Monday, February 25, 2013

Why Is The Sabah Sulu Stand-Off Still Standing?

The Sabah Sulu Stand-off is still standing, two weeks down the road!

The only people who seem to be sitting are the authorities.

What they are waiting for is a mystery, because they won't let the newshounds to sniff out the rabbits.

Now, the Home minister says that they will leave it to the Foreign ministry.

But Malaysians are justifyingly wondering why a group of 100 armed men could hold up our security force for so long and why we are so helpless to do anything, except only to negotiate for the armed men to leave peacefully.

And why a group of armed men who are not here to kiss our ass are not considered a threat to the nation's security when a single unarmed man (and an MP to boot, foreign or not) with a smart phone name was.

If the best the authorities could do is sit and wait, and pass the buck around, when only a small group of men, armed or not, could hold our security force at bay for so long, what confidence do you expect Malaysians to repose on Ah Jib Kor's administration to keep the nation's sovereignty.

Or is there a prawn hidden beneath the rocks, to borrow the Malay idiom 'udang di sebalik batu'

Go figure that out.

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