Bersih 2.0 – The Rakyat is united

•July 10, 2011 • Leave a Comment

For weeks, the government was claiming that Bersih Rally will hurt the business.


But we know, it was the government and police that hurt the business community.
The turn a normally busy and business friendly place into a ghost town. This is 1pm in front of Sg. Wang and Lot 10.


Then they sent in the FRU (Federal Reserve Unit). This is right in front of the Chinese Maternity Hospital, Jalan Pudu.


FRU lining up to intimidate the Rakyat.


They looked great… if only they are not positioning themselves as the People’s enemy


Helicopter was actually hovering there for some time.


We moved into the Chinese Maternity Hospital compound hoping the FRU will not charge in.


This fellow citizen was having a bad cramp. Here you can see fellow citizens helping one another.


As more tear gas launched at the Rakyat, they were droves into the Chinese Maternity Hospital compound.

After a long stand-off, some tear gas were launched into the entrance, finally seeing the FRU were just standing their ground, the People moved out from there.


The whole group moved along Jalan Tengkat Tung Shin towards Jalan Raja Chulan.


At the side of Hotel Istana. The People stretch back all the way as far as eyes can see.

After that they continue to march towards Jalan Sultan Ismail and end up outside KLCC.

What I gather is these:
Our Citizens, fellow Malaysians are indeed united. We are united in our love for our country. We are united in our desire for a better Malaysia, hence a better future. The only thing we DO NOT WANT, we DO NOT WANT to be united in their racism. The People who gathered today, braving tear gases, water chemicals, some being arrested… NO ONE CARED about which race are you from.

We are Malaysian, and NOW is OUR TIME.

Welcome to 1BlackMalaysia

•May 7, 2009 • 10 Comments

The current BN led Malaysia likes to be first in many things,
Always trying to get into the book of records for insignificant things,
Building the biggest ketupat, the tallest temporary twin towers or sending a space tourist for a fling,
The BN led Malaysia thought they are great but many thought they stink.

Be careful in Malaysia, the police can arrest you for anything.
We laughed at Singapore for banning gum chewing,
But in Malaysia, you cannot wear BLACK, hold a candle or try to think.
Some people just got arrested for having breakfast and coffee drinking.

In Ipoh the old land of tin mining,
We Malaysians are sighing,
For justice is lacking,
And gangsters are ruling.

In 1BlackMalaysia, UMNO first and BN Now, the world is laughing,
The poor people of Malaysia finds it sickening,
We who believed in God had better start praying,
Dear God, give us mercy we need your blessing.

Home Minister Syed Hamid Albar – at it again

•October 17, 2008 • 5 Comments

After deciding to ban HINDRAF, he attempted to justify the ban by (again) giving child-like excuses.

Excerpts from Malaysiakini:

“The government’s priority is to protect the security of Malaysians,” he was quoted as saying by Bernama.
Hmm… by “the security of Malaysians”, he meant “the corrupted BN government”.

The home minister reiterated that Hindraf activities had consistently broken laws, and their illegal demonstrations turned violent and incited racial hatred.
It’s true the HINDRAF consistently broke the law regarding their rights to gather.
And it is true that during their demo, they always received violence when the police rained down on them tear gas and chemical water. 

On the open house visit, he said: “They disseminated messages that could cause racial and religious tension. They created fear among the people. They even threatened people’s lives.”
Fear??? Anyone of you were threatened by HINDRAF? Did you feel that you lives is in danger?
Well, the only fear I felt was that the Government can put me under ISA anytime they like. Or I worry for my life if I say anything that piss off some BIG Shot… I worry about getting C4’ed. 

“Although the government is willing to listen to the people’s grievances and even utterances of unpleasant words, it cannot tolerate groups that propagate extremism and stir up racial and religious tension.”
Yeah, yeah… unless that guy is from UMNO.

I’m sick of this guy.

Ooo… Nazri has spoken..and Badawi too

•October 15, 2008 • 1 Comment

If you would compile quotations from our BN government officer, you can even publish a book and likely be a top seller. Check this out.

Excertps from Malaysiakini:
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Nazri Abdul Aziz revealed in the House today that no action will be taken against those who had lodged police reports on indelible ink smuggling allegations.

nazri abdul azizAnswering a supplementary question by Loh Gwo-Burne (PKR-Kelana Jaya), Nazri said the complainants were just concerned over the matter and genuinely believed that the smuggling of indelible ink from neighbouring countries did indeed take place.

“Whether the reports are untrue or not, is not important. It all depends on the intention of the complainants and the police found that they (complainants) were just concerned over the matter,” he said.

Last May, Home Minister Syed Hamid Albar revealed in Parliament that the Election Commission (EC)’s controversial decision to cancelthe use of indelible ink four days before the March 8 polls was based on hearsay evidence.

The Logic of Nazri is astounding.
What Nazri is saying apparently is this;
The BN government can do anything they like to their fancy.
After spending the money to buy the Indelible Ink supposedly to prevent phantom voters during the election, they can just cancel it if they think they need phantom voters to win the Election. All they need to do is to get someone to file a police report and the police can recommend, and the cabinet can revoke the usage of the indelible ink. In fact, it doesn’t really matter whether there is any evidence from the investigation.

Just like the case of Teresa Kok being detained under ISA. They just need someone make an allegation and does not matter if the allegation is proven true or not, lo and behold… Teresa got arrested. Kacang putih man.

 Ok… Let’s see what Abdullah Badawi has to say about his “good” friend.
“I believe in him that he would be a good person,” Abdullah told reporters after delivering a keynote address at the US-Islamic World Regional Forum this morning.

After a series of SMS messages allegedly exchanged between Najib and a senior lawyer who has previouly represented Razak Baginda in the trial of Altantuya’s killing.

Background: Altantuya is a mongolion woman found murdered and her body blown to pieces. The 3 persons currently accused to be involved in the killing is Razak Baginda (Najib’s friend) and 2 “bodyguards” of Najib.

So, Badawi believed in Najib. The question is, do we believed in Badawi?

Rocky got it wrong, Harris got it right

•October 15, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Utusan Malaysia should be sued.

Home Minister Syed Hamid Albar – Total disrespect of the intelligence of Malaysian

•September 14, 2008 • 1 Comment

On Syed Hamid Albar’s comment regarding the arrest of Journalist Tan Hoon Cheng, the reason he gave is truly a mockery of our intelligence.

Excerpts from Malaysiakini:
Speaking from Johor Baru this morning, Syed Hamid justified Tan’s detention under the ISA with the reason that it was part of the government’s preventive measure “to ensure her safety”.

The minister claimed police intelligence have indicated that the journalist’s life was under threat after she reported an Umno division leader’s allegedly racist remarks. 

To ensure her safety???
If you get intelligence of someone trying to harm her, why isn’t the suspect be arrested under ISA instead?

Let’s consider how many “reasons” the BN government can arrest you under ISA.
1. You are a threat to national security.
2. You face is ugly, therefore some may want to punch you.
3. You are a threat to some big shots political security.
4. You tell the truth (like RPK).
5. You make a statement that no one can proof that you are wrong (like RPK).
6.  Someone accuse you of insulting Islam (does not matter if it is true, like Teresa).
7. You led an “illegal” demonstration (like the HINDRAF 5) and you are not someone in-law.

Wow! at least 7 perfect reasons. I’m sure you can think of more reasons.

V has a message for us all…

•September 13, 2008 • Leave a Comment

For those of us who has watch “V” would have realised how similar is the storyline to what our country is experiencing. Here are part of the scripts that I would like to share with all my fellow Malaysian, with a little modifications to suit our current circumstances.

V says…
The BN Gomen suggest that the target should not be an enemy of the country,
but the country itself. The target should be the People.
They launches a special project in the name of national security.
The true goal of this project is power.
Complete and total hegemonic domination.

BN Gomen says…
What we need right now is a clear message to the people of this country.
This message must be read on every newspaper,
heard on every radio and
seen on every television.
This message must resound throughout the entire Interne.
We want this country to realize that we stand on the edge of oblivion.
We want every man, woman and child to know how close we are to chaos.
We want everyone to remember WHY THEY FEAR US.

V says…
Words will always retain their power.
Words offer the means to meaning and
for those who will listen, the enaunciation of truth.
And the truth is…
There is something terribly wrong with this country.
Cruelty and injustice, intolerence and oppression.
And where once you had the freedom to object,
to think and speak as you saw fit,
you now have ISA,
coercing your conformity, soliciting submission.
How did this happen? Who’s to blame.
Certainly there are those who are more responsible than others.
But again, truth be told if you are looking for the guilty,
you need only look into a mirror.
I know why you kept your silence.
I know you were afraid.
Who wouldn’t be.
Unjustified detentions, without trial or defence. ISA!
There were a myriad of problems which conspired
to corrupt your reason and rob you of your commom sense.
Fairness, justice and freedom are more than words.
They are perspectives.
So, if you’ve seen nothing,
if the crimes of this government remain unknown to you,
then I would suggest that you let the 16th September
to pass unmarked.
But if you see what I see,
if you feel as I feel,
and if you would seek as I seek,
then I would ask you to stand beside me,
a few days from now,
on the 15th Sept, 8pm Kelana Jaya Stadium.
And together we shall give them a
15th of Sept that
they shall never ever be forgotten.