On the fast track to hell

  • 6 Mar 2008 14:30:13 GMT

    [Those who robbed public funds, he said, would end up in hell]

    Wonder what happens to those who rob anothers wife and live in adultary defying the preaching of the Buddha? Must be ending up in Nirvana!

  • 8 Mar 2008 02:56:51 GMT

    [If he is wise, he will equip hell with a state-of-the-art security system to prevent our guys there from making a business of hellish assets. They are capable of many feats like swallowing ships . They will dispose of his gymnasium of torture and pocket the proceeds before your could say Jack Robinson.]

    That will be a Hell of a Business! Will the Samagama be interested?

  • 8 Mar 2008 22:53:04 GMT

    Most probable Chief Justice is speaking about the Christean sector when he mention hell as a punishments.In his case who can guess what will happen to him in the next life may be reborn as pimp or a brothel owner.

  • 8 Mar 2008 23:07:53 GMT

    [This country has had its quota of Marcoses, Pinochets and Shahs. ] Milosivic also included.

    More than anything, those leaders who were responsible to start the war on Dec 1 2005 knowing fully well that only the poor youths and not a single son of any rich of influential will get killed in the battle are in the faster track to hell.

    Abrogation of CFA on Dec 1, 2005 has resulted in the deaths of more than 7,000 including 2,000 went missing. The president, his brothers, army generals and the ministers all knew that CFA saved 1000s from both sides of the ethnic divide. Only place fpr those who started the war can be hell.

  • 9 Mar 2008 03:48:35 GMT

    [In his case who can guess what will happen to him in the next life may be reborn as pimp or a brothel owner.]

    Past doesn`t really count if a person changes to lead a better life and gives up his sinful activities. This is what all Religions teach. What ever may have been his personal shortcomings,(who is perfect any way?), the Supreme Court and the Chief Justice have given some hope for those people whose rights have been contemptuously trampled by politicians and their pandankarayas drunk with power.

    Why don`t we recognise the good a man does instead of harping on his past or his personal shortcomings which doesn`t affect others?

  • 9 Mar 2008 10:14:47 GMT

    P007,

    [Past doesn`t`t really count if a person changes to lead a better life and gives up his sinful activities ]

    Yes! agreed.

    But the one who condemns the monopolistic entities to hell was created by the same power that catapulted him to his present position.

    How can the past be set aside when the one who condemns and those who were condemned are of the obnoxious creations of the past. Will the one who condemns, condemn himself first and relinquish all his powers. If so that is change and repentance.

  • 9 Mar 2008 10:54:12 GMT

    Hmdqbl

    [Will the one who condemns, condemn himself first and relinquish all his powers. If so that is change and repentance.]

    It is NOT for us to judge others. Heaven or Nirvana is not decided by man but by somebody/something which is much superior to us mortals. If a person does good, let us not ridicule him/his actions only because of his past particularly when his good deeds are for the greater good of the general public.