Friday, 17 July 2015
Tuesday, 7 July 2015
Monday, 6 July 2015
I actually love some of the stories like Monster by Xeus, Mirage by Zed Adam, Sinful Saints by Iqbal Abu Bakar and Ah Beng's Wedding by William Tham Wai Liang. That's pretty much.
Just because these stories have points that arguably true.
"Law and justice, young man, are not the same thing. Sometimes you have to break the law in order to bring out justice. They fight to defend the law in the courtroom, not justice. And laws are like cobwebs. They catch small flies, but let wasps and hornets break through."
- Sinful Sainst, Iqbal Abu Bakar.
" At least in the old days, people did it for a cause, for the greater good. But now, it's like we are moving backwards. It's like the more advanced we are, the more excuse we find to spill blood. Our own blood."
- Whose Blood Was It, Anyway?, Mamu Vies.
"Justice doesn't necessarily wear a uniform. Neither does it come automatically with a position of power."
- Unwanted Utopia II, Deviant.