Gandalf: He's suffered a defeat, yes, but... behind the walls of Mordor, our enemy is regrouping.
Gimli: Let him stay there. *Let him rot!* Why should we care?
Gandalf: Because ten-thousand Orcs now stand between Frodo and Mount Doom. I've sent him to his death.
Aragorn: No. There is still hope for Frodo. He needs time... and safe passage across the plains of Gorgoroth. We can give him that.
Aragorn: Draw out Sauron's armies. Empty his lands. Then we gather our full strength and march on the Black Gate.
Eomer: We cannot achieve victory through strength of arms.
Aragorn: Not for ourselves. But we can give Frodo his chance if we keep Sauron's Eye fixed upon us. Keep him blind to all else that moves.
Legolas: A diversion.
Gimli: Certainty of death, *small* chance of success... What are we waiting for?
Gandalf: Sauron will suspect a trap. He will not take the bait.
Aragorn: [knowingly] No, I think he will.
Ok... NOW... regroup your thinking. Channel them to this one man who stands alone against a world of accusation, determined to bring him down, by any way possible, no matter who will stoop low enough to do it, no matter if God's name is dragged into it, no matter who gets hurt or even killed in the process.
First the demotion, and the mutiny, and then the sodomy, and just when we all thought it would eventually die a natural death, suddenly the sex tape. When you drag God's name into this, no matter whose God, it is already blasphemy. Making an oath that way will make it believable, so some say. But I also heard some say that you can take it back when you repent. Really? In my opinion, in the first place, you do not bring God's name into this, it is an insult in the highest manner. And I hope those people remember, every oath you make, you bring your own fate into it.
Oh my God... I cannot imagine what will happen if God does come down and judge those oath you make.
I don't know about you, but I feel like everything is now blown out of proportion. So out that it begins to look unreal. Fictionalized. And there seems to be pretty much a lot of room for loop holes. But who is checking? No one. And to a neutral party like me... it looks like an act of pure desperation. Last chance resort. And really, when you look real deep into it, doesn't it make the person actually look more innocent than guilty?
And those things the trio did ... I cannot imagine the stuffs that was exchanged and said and done to make such a confession - to trap a person. There's a saying that says you can't blow the whistle without drawing attention to yourself.
Oh yes. Another election is coming. There's your diversion. That's not all there is to it. People are afraid. They're actually afraid of the power of the revolution. I wish I took Science Politics, I could make money talking about craps.
But halt. I'm not for Anwar. I'm not for UMNO. I'm not saying he is innocent, neither am I saying he is guilty. I'm not questioning the credibility of the system or whoever holds the reign. I'm just saying, let's stop the whole Down-With-Anwar campaign, and focus on the real world crisis. It is really embarrassing. The whole world knows about us!
I mean, can you imagine what exactly would happen if he turned out to be innocent after all?
I'm just saying ...