30 July 2013

Guns in Malaysia

I used to feel safe in Malaysia. Because we had very strict laws on gun ownership.

We do not have the right to arms.

Whenever I hear of mass shootings in the US, in their colleges or cinemas, for no better reason than an individual feeling depressed or whacked out, I thank God that guns are not freely available in Malaysia.

But not anymore.

I don't know about other Malaysians, but I am feeling very frightened now. Very worried about the state of safety in Malaysia.

The latest victim to be gunned down in broad daylight in the capital city of Kuala Lumpur is Arab Malaysian Bank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi. He was murdered yesterday (condolences to his family). In a busy and well-known area of Kuala Lumpur. Hunt for Najidi's Killer

What has happened to security in Malaysia?

What happened to gun control?

What has happened to the priorities of our police force that has led to the situation Malaysia is in today?

What is our government going to do about it?

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