Sunday, October 30, 2011

New doco on human trafficking ~ NOT MY LIFE


Click here for preview and background info.

How is it possible that such cruelty and insensitivity can exist in the human world? It seems the dark underbelly of our reality is like a writhing viper pit of vampires, ghouls, parasites and predators disguised as human beings. They often work in cahoots with corrupt regimes and have agents planted in immigration departments.

Malaysia is among the most dangerous countries in the world to be a refugee.  

Unknown thousands of unfortunates have been captured and sold to slave traders across the border or kept under conditions that would appall and outrage animal lovers if such treatment was doled out to zoo animals. The BN regime does almost nothing about the refugee issue apart from deny, deny, deny - and then engage expensive public relations consultants to restore its dented image.

On Monday, 31 October 2011, a week-long campaign kicks off to alert Malaysians to what is happening right under their noses. It isn't hard to believe - we've all seen what happened to young men like Ananthan Kugan and Teoh Beng Hock who both died in custody under unexplained circumstances. Their killers have been protected by the ruling regime. Only under heavy pressure from the public do they make a show of initiating inquests and inquiries that drag on for months, even years, and lead absolutely nowhere.

It's time to tear the mask of fake respectability off their hypocritical faces!



Among the worst off would be the Burmese refugees in Malaysia...
Watch this 3-minute video and sign the petition, please!



2 comments:

masterymistery said...

Truly horrifying, but nothing surprises me about humans any more. What I find so sad is how little, if any, progress we've made over thousands of years.

Re the Arthur C. Clarke, quote, It works in the opposite direction: "the greatest tragedy may be the hijacking of religion by morality"

masterymistery at
cosmic rapture

Dean Johns said...

Bless you, old buddy, for highlighting the plight of refugees in Malaysia, and thus exposing the hypocrisy of Malaysian Crime Minister Najib Razak and Australian Grime Minister Julia Gillard, in continuing to advocate the so-called "Malaysian solution" to people-trafficking. Best, Dean Johns.