Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Let not your guard down

The Star - Tuesday June 17, 2008

High food, fuel prices may spur crime

By SHAHANAAZ HABIB

KUALA LUMPUR: The Government is concerned that high fuel and food prices, as well as a downturn in the economy, could cause a surge in crime, including human trafficking.

Disregard what the government is expressing, undeniable that the crime will be on the raise. Just now my manager shared that his sister almost become a victim of a possible a car theft yesterday about 7pm evening. The suspect came without the women knowing partly because she was on the line with my manager while opening the house gate. I presume the suspect saw the women left her guard down and go for her.

Dear friends, while we are unhappy and still try to comprehend the cost increment we ought not to let our guard down during this trying time. A lot of desperate people out there will try to get fast buck to meet their own 'needs'.

So be extra cautious, take note, be aware of our surrounding while we are out there. Or better still limit our exposure out there.

2 comments:

richrach said...

let God reigns in this situation!

dorcas said...

Amen! Amen!