Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Justice Arifin assassinated Anwar at 12 pm Malaysian time bowing to this political masters

A critical appreciation of Anwar may well be the best way to understand a charismatic man who brought together idealism and pragmatism in ingenious ways Unlike the politicians of today who hire PR agencies to air brush their image, Anwar was brutally honest about his flaws l. Maybe a study of his weaknesses may paint a more human portrait of a man now relegated to jail have a distinctly negative assessment of Anwar and believe he intervened in ways that prevented history from taking its own course. But like all polarised opinion, neither reflects the truth,”  pointing to the need  to understand Anwar without seeking to praise or bury him.Justice Arifin a self-righteous, docile school-monitor of sorts, we have effectively defanged  Anwar of his more revolutionary ideas.have helped bury as efficiently and  turn Anwar into a Mahatama

"You could have carved your names. But you chose to remain on the dark side," he adds, prompting Justice Arifin to tell him to stop.When Anwar refused, the judges left.However, the opposition leader continues speaking in a loud tone, vowing that he will continue to fight for justice and freedom. "My soul will not surrender."
 Human Rights Watch condemns the court ruling, calling it a travesty of justice.
 judges chose to leave the bench when Anwar raised the issue of political conspiracy, and criticised them for "bowing to their political masters"."Najib’s government has persisted in its politically motivated prosecution of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim at the expense of democratic freedoms and the rights to non-discrimination and privacy for all Malaysians.“Allowing this travesty of justice to stand will further undermine respect for rights and democracy in Malaysia,” says its deputy Asia director Phil Judges are meant to serve the people, criticising judges is not a crime readmore Justice Arifin assassinated Anwar at 12 pm Malaysian time bowing to this political masters

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