In the first place, I am not entitled to speak anything on this. I am only a Ph.D., and am not qualified in the area of Western medicine.
When I submit a paper for publication in a medical journal, it gets rejected.
Someone in authority advised me to do an MBBS degree, and then I can speak up, and the world would listen to me.
Well, I am prepared to do that.
But then, who is going to offer a seat to a 71-year old fellow, who is much nearer to the grave?
Also, should millions of people keep dying until I can finish my degree course? It may take another 5 or 6 years.
What certainty is there that I will still be alive at 76? Will I have enough energy at that time to speak up?
Even after attaining an acceptable qualification, what assurance is there that my findings will be accepted straightaway by people at large?
It is common knowledge that In the history of mankind, no startling revelations, great discoverers and/or inventors were accepted straightaway, and while they are still alive.
How wonderful it must have been if only my friend (not very close) Encik P. Ramlee- the great movie star, director, singer and song-writer, well remembered until this day by all Malaysians, had his Tan Sri-ship and other awards while he was alive?
Now, what shall I do?
Shall I speak up?
Will I be recognised? Or, will I end up in prison?
I don’t think I can withstand punishments; neither do I deserve that for all my sacrifices, all these years in life!
Please help me to decide, and I will follow your guidance.
If you approve, I will continue with Part-2 and the rest. If not, I will have no choice except to keeping my mouth shut for rest of my life.
With thanks and best wishes,