Its 48 hours out and the world for Schapelle Leigh Corby is about to change drastically, again.
Bali Indonesia hosted her, Kerobokan gaol was her Island prison home, Villa Kuta became her release sanctuary.
Viewpoints on Corby and about her innocence or guilt have always been deeply divided, painfully polarised. As her deportation from the only ‘stable place’ she has known, post-holiday paradise time, winds rapidly down, the divide will erupt again.
What is it about her that engenders such venom and passion is also painfully obvious. It’s her looks.
How she looked as the years went by and how she looked at what had become of her existence has been fully exploited and fed fat on. By an industry dedicated to raping the untold inexpressible inner world of human suffering and degradation.
What is left of Schapelle Leigh Corby, human being, label, commodity, is only for her to really know. She in all likelihood has no clue as to whom and what she is anymore. The only probable surety is that she doesn’t want any more of what has been. She is probably terrified and petrified of what is to come.
The reverse culture shock that she will go through, as she touches down on ‘home turf’, could in all likelihood be more damaging than the hell that awaited her, when she became locked up in paradise. In a bizarre Stockholm Syndrome paradigm, she would have become uncomfortably comfortable in and with her captors. Fluent in Bahasa Indonesia, culturally desensitized, filled to the brim with whatever energy she has absorbed from the Island of The Gods.
On an Island that lives and breathes Karmic consequence, she has fully served her sentence and squared the ledger. Or has she?
Schapelle Leigh Corby did the crime and she did the time, that’s it. For those who still want her punishment to continue. You can be rest assured that it will. In a foreign country, where she is a stranger, where there is nowhere to hide on a big brown land. For those who believe she was innocent, she is certainly innocent no more, that was lost for her a very long time and many lifetimes ago.
Schapelle Leigh Corby deserves peace, especially of mind. It is highly doubtful she will ever feel that state or have that luxury ever again. Control for her was removed. Her forced removal from her Island home is just the latest punishment facing and forcing her down, again.
It really is time to leave her alone to deal with the demons of her past present and rapidly approaching frightening future.
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