You can never be sure you do not have a cruel, inhuman side, unless tested by circumstances! How can you ensure it never surfaces?
Rogue Police chief Tan Sri Khalid is modelled,and act as surrogates for thoughtless investigation, providing alibis for the shoddy police work that’s seen across providing immunity to police from legal proceedings for anything done in ‘good faith.His sweeping powers
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How sure are you about your moral scruples? Are you confident you would never commit cruel, inhuman acts? Don’t be too sure till you have been tested! For the human mind has been known to buckle under pressure, and morals have been known to mutate. And the most ordinary people have been known to indulge in extraordinarily cruel and inhuman acts. We are not really talking here about alien people or psychopaths Consider genocide, rioting and looting, or gang rapes. Can you imagine participating? Unthinkable, and yet not impossible! Think of normal young men recruited into the army, killing and committing the worst atrocities as part of their duty. Had you been a soldier during World War II, are you sure you wouldn’t have operated the gas chambers or committed other horrors we shudder to read about? The physiology of the human mind, our needs and motivations remain the same. The only difference is the time and circumstances.
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In 2011 the Cartoonist Rights Network International gave Zunar their ‘Courage in Editorial Cartooning’. Later the same year, Zunar received a much sought after Hellman Hammett grant from Human Rights Watch, given to writers who face persecution because of what they write.
These awards go to writers - and the term has evolved over the years to cover new media and modes of expression - who because of their political writings have had their work censored and their ability to earn a living severely curtailed.
Ironically, Malaysia is currently sitting on the UN Security Council as a non-permanent member and chairing the regional Association of Southeast Asian Nations, known as Asean. These leadership honours are meaningless without recognition of the basic human rights Malaysia signed on to when it joined the United Nations.
It's well past time for Zunar's cartoons, no matter how much the Malaysian government dislikes them, to be recognised and seen not just as art - but as protected free expression that the government needs to allow for all its citizens.