April 09, 2012, 10:38 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Any time soon, this young 24 yrs old Malaysian boy, convicted of drug trafficking, will be hang till death do him part by an unidentified Mr. Hangman in Changi Prison, Friday morning @ 6 am sharp.
If no one comes to his rescue soon, he'll definitely and surely be under water very soon!
Supposing we see someone drowning like this, will we immediately dive in and rescue him from near death? Or will we ask questions first before we can help rescue him, questions like, "Who is he?", "How come he's in the water?", "Did he fell into the water or was he pushed in?, "Is he rich or poor?", "Where is he from? He looks like he's not from this region.", "Maybe he's a ex-criminal wanting to commit suicide? Must have done a lot of bad thing in his life one la. That's why this is call 'retribution' la. Ah... just let him drown la. He deserves it one la. Don't care for him la. Just let him die la."
I don't get it. People saved a dog but they won't save a fellow human being from near death! Strange. So does that means that the dog's life are more precious than human beings' life?
If it is, than I rather be a dog then. At least I'm assured that I'll be rescued and loved by human beings, unlike them human beings who weren't rescue their own human beings. We dogs saves dogs you know.
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