Rumeng
Rumeng says:
Dec 30, 2021 05:56 PM

Really? an insult to the nation? Well, Najib could have declined the invite. The country itself is already under a siege like situation with a convicted person still walking free despite his conviction remains after losing his appeal at the Court of Appeal. And here we are blaming another country by mere assumption or such. The interesting part is that Najib is so confident to accept the invite IF the invitation was before the COA decision. Or the feeler or the invitation was timed after the COA decision & confirmed that Najib is still free walk to about. Either way it is not good...and to insinuate which by the way only an assumption that the invitation by the organiser purportedly with approval of higher up of another country; & hence by implication that "the invitation is a calculated insult to our nation's honor" ...a stunning rebuke of Malaysia's legal process as well as an insult to all Malaysians" How so if I may ask? That it is a stunning rebuke of Malaysia's legal process seeing that Najib is free to walk & see it fit to accept He is not the invite after the COA dismissed his appeal & granted a stay of execution ?? He was not ashamed and in fact celebrated the legal process that still allow him to function as he choose fit and appropriate and it is now claimed that through an invite of another country, by implication & strong statement made bring about a stunning rebuke to our legal process and an insult to all Malaysians!!! There are more to that which insult us, the Malacca election where Umno see it fit to let Najib helm the election machinery, the inept response of the Ismail led goverment in the recent massive floods...at the same time it was heartening to see the rakyat band together to help regardless of races & creeds. In an ideal world, no doubt it will be great that the organiser did not invite Najib but we are not living in one and to state that never before has a foreign country acted with such disdain for a neighbor" is indeed a strong & uncalled for statement. There are many countries that acted far worse...enough said.

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