Well, injustice could also land you in hell especially if it's committed under the pretext of doing good for society. The fear of injustice has been the sole stumbling block that prevented the ruling government from supporting Pas' Hudud for more than five decades. But after holding the fort and putting the interest of the multiracial society before politics for more than five decades, things appear to be changing now. Umno has openly endorsed Pas' Hudud in Kelantan although for so long Umno had refused support because Pas' Hudud was not the same as the Syariah law spelled out in the Quran. Suddenly all those arguments and ridicule against Pas' Hudud appears to have come to nought. Suddenly some Umno leaders are trying hard to convince you that Pas' Hudud is something that has been prescribed in the Quran. Political expediency at its best? I hope not but Umno appears to be standing tall with Pas, at least in Kelantan. Both Pas and Umno are weak in their own way, within their own grouping, but are they stooping so low as to use/abuse Hudud for their political survival? On one hand Abdul Hadi Awang appears to be hoisting the Negara Islam flag once again, via this latest Hudud saga, after having given it up a couple of years ago. Negara Islam was traded for Negara Kebajikan for political expediency before the last general election. Now it looks like a different ball game with Umno joining the band. Whatever it is, it never was and never is about upholding Islam and its teachings. On another front Umno appears busy flogging the same horse to drown growing opposition against its president Najib Razak and his failure to lead. Topping the list of the growing opposition and concerns against Najib is the 1MDB scandal. Jet-setting flamboyance is among others in the long list of disapproval. Some say Umno has joined the Hudud bandwagon, not out of sudden conviction, but merely to stop the eroding grassroots support and most importantly to overlay the dark shadows of 1MDB that is looming around the corner. 1MDB is hanging like the Sword of Damocles over Najib's head and Umno has to do all it could to save its president. I think Umno could do better by just changing its president and that too, I'm sure, would remain as an option especially when more shit hits the fan. Recent moves suggest that 1MDB could be nearing its end and could be completely shut down. Asset stripping is already in motion. None other than 1MDB critic Nazir Razak's CIMB has been appointed to oversee some of 1MDB's 'fire sale'.
What next? Would those who stole/cheated/siphoned/conned/acted stupid/closed one eye and/or responsible for 1MDB losing hundreds of millions if not billions of Ringgit be put out to dry or would such acts of treason be wrapped up and summarised as 'bad investment' ? If at all action is taken against those responsible in the 1MDB scandal, I propose for them to be tried in the state of Kelantan. I believe traitors would be served harsher punishment under Pas' Hudud. In the meantime, would such traitors be called in for questioning and remanded for investigations or would 'wolves from walled street' be treated differently? Remember, injustice will lead you to hell.
p/sRest assured that no amount of diversion, spinning, propaganda, character assassinations, threats and intimidation could right what is wrong.