Monday, January 23, 2006

War Criminal - A Long Way To Go

Sometimes I wonder how long does it take to prosecute a war criminal and let justice take it tolls on them. But how long does justice take? I think some of them takes forever. Or else why you think so many revolutionists take the short way out and form a revolution.

For instance, on the link above, it has been 27 years since the Khmer Rouge regime took over Cambodia and turn it into a burial ground, both to locals and foreigners. The period of 27 years could already let you breed a new generation of soldiers. But why only now they are prosecuted? Don't you think some are old enough to not remember what they ever did?

It is quite a common thing to know that if you are not the victim, it is more unlikely for you to remember your bad deeds. Especially you don't have conscience to begin with.

Nazi officers were not all prosecuted yet. Saddam is still in trial and being stubborn as ever, even demands for new prosecutors. Nobody knows what really happened in Vietnam? Who killed J.F. Kennedy? Let's not even go international, who really knows what actually happened during the '69 May riot. And by God, a clear cut prosecution to the rape-murder of Canny Ong also takes forever to solve.

All only related to one thing. Somebody is covering up. Somebody is covering up real good. And everything will also lead to another, which is vendetta. Somebody will be fed up to wait and strikes on their own.

Unfortunately this vicious will loop in a cycle.

You better thank God your candy is still in it's piece.


Blogger Lord Vendetta said...

Revolution the Bob Marley way! Anyone?

10:43 AM, January 24, 2006  
Blogger Ghost Hack said...

Lord V -
Sing along to Peter Tosh's Legalize It.

Yes everybody. Don't be shy.

12:00 PM, January 24, 2006  

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