One of my friends told me “I feel sorry to Ahmad Albar, in his age, he’s still doing drugs”. Hmm… is it really? Does he deserve our sorry? Honestly, I don’t think they deserve it. In fact, I don’t really care about Ahmad Albar, Roy Marten, Faris RM, or any other senior actors who became drug addicts.
They are, in my opinion, stupid people who never use their heads properly. In fact, they even looked dumber when they try to smile in front of camera. Using their celebrity status to gain public sympathy perhaps? If so, I’ll say that they failed miserably.
I do feel very sorry for the familes, friends, and the people who have to take the miseries because of some selfish individuals decided to go crazy and become addicts. It is hard for me, however, to feel sorry for the people who use, sell, or produce drugs.
That is why I am a strong supporter for capital punishment for drug convicts. Why do we have do defend their human rights when they themselves destroying humanity? Justice? The justice in my opinion, is when they are dead.
One thing I admire about Malysia is their capital punishment for drug related crimes. You have to give credit to the Malaysian Government to take such strong stand and protecting their future generations from destruction. Indonesia? Hmm.. I have to say I am ashamed.
The damage is clear, the destruction is obvious, and the consequences are crystal clear. Yet, all seem blurred because of poor political will from our law makers to punish drug criminals even harder. Remember about the biggest extacy producers who got punished lightly? It’s a joke and an insult to both our nation and humanity.
To Ahmad Albar, Roy Marten, Faris RM, or any other gaek actors who are addicts, I believe shame is no longer existed in your vocabulary. I also realize capital punishment is not likely to happen to you. What I can do is hoping that you all will get very-very ill, so you’d stop using narcotics and other substances all together.
You had your chance to become respected members of society, but you blew it. You got pardoned, but you did it again. You all just didn’t try hard. I’m not even sure whether you ever tried.
Stop poisoning our TV with your addiction stories.