The point has already been made!

I welcome the announcement from Ambiga that Bersih is going to hold its rally in a stadium.

This follows Bersih’s audience with the King, who has expressed his concern and asked all parties to resolve whatever differences through consultation.

This opens the way for Bersih to meet with the authority to push for a cleaner and more accountable election practices. The King has also acknowledged that the original intention of Bersih is good.

I think now that the King has given his advice, it is good for all parties to heed his advice.

Whatever it is, Bersih through the person in Ambiga, has already made the point. It does no longer matter where the rally or demon is held… The whole world knows about its demand whcih even the very top has now acknowledged that it came out of good intention… And that is to have a fairer and cleaner system, come next election.

The authority should release unconditionally and drop all charges against all those who has been detained or arrested because of this .


 I would like to post here an article related to the above from Malaysian Insider:

Bersih 2.0: Winners and losers

KUALA LUMPUR, July 5 — So it is settled, after weeks of harassment and thuggish behaviour by the government, the people for free and fair elections will gather in a stadium on July 9.

This episode has once again demonstrated how fractious and divided Malaysia is with enlightened and liberal Malaysia on one side and almost facist powers on the other.

Some individuals emerge from this episode with reputations intact, others with image destroyed forever. The Malaysian Insider gives our take on the winners and losers.


• The organisers of Bersih: let’s be honest, until a few weeks ago this was a movement at the periphery of most Malaysians. Okay, so some 100,000 people would have marched on the streets on KL. But thanks to the government’s blanket arrests, use of draconian laws and decision to behave like a repressive regime, Bersih became a buzzword. Much to the government’s chagrin, everyone has forgotten about Datuk T, all the wonderful projects under the ETP. Today, people remember Bersih as the people fighting for clean and fair elections, and the Barisan Nasional (BN) government as the people frightened of free and fair elections.

• Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan: She was called names by the prime minister and threatened with having her citizenship revoked by the Malacca chief minister and was under severe pressure from the police and security agencies. But the former Bar Council president did not lose her cool or become rabid like her detractors. She stayed the course and was always civil. Maybe our politicians should take a leaf out of her book.

• The Yang di-Pertuan Agong: his measured last-minute intervention gave the government and Bersih face-saving escape routes from confrontation. This is what Malaysians expect of the monarchy: for them to be honest brokers, not mouthpieces for the ruling party. In all likelihood he was asked by the government to issue the statement on Sunday but it does appear that he was unwilling to demonise Bersih.

• Malaysian public: in the wake of all this talk of riots and tension, the man in the street was unmoved and unconvinced by the fairytale stories of communist plots and Christian funding — a sure sign that the governed are more mature than the government.


• Datuk Seri Najib Razak: he has now agreed to meet Bersih leaders to discuss the venue for their rally. One has to ask why as the PM he did not engage the activists but instead he allowed them to be demonised by his Umno party. The mishandling of the issue also allowed Malaysia’s image to be tarnished and undid a lot of good work done by good men in the administration. He allowed the hardliners in government and his party to call the shots when he should have been leading from the front.

• Datuk Hishammuddin Hussein: where does one start with this major disappointment of a minister? He left many stumped by his illogical statements and his John Le Carre scenarios. He has ambitions of becoming the country’s prime minister. After this performance it is arguable whether he is the best person for the home ministry portfolio.

• Datuk Ibrahim Ali: he has been at the forefront of the attacks against Ambiga and Bersih. And he has also tried to turn the issue into one of race, to protect Malay rights. But it became abundantly clear that Bersih 2.0 had the support of many Malaysians from different races. It was not about race after all but the issue of free and fair elections.

• The PDRM: the police have made a mockery of the law by arresting people for wearing T-shirts. While it is arguable whether preventive action and detention should still be allowed, arresting people for wearing T-shirts was a ridiculous act. Continuing to detain people under the Emergency Ordinance over the rally is also a classic case of abusing the law. In the end the police should remember that if a permit was granted the rally would not have been illegal. The police must not act as if the country is under siege from its own citizens.


42 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. monsterball
    Jul 05, 2011 @ 18:53:19

    Now lets see the Police releases all or defy the King’s
    The problem is not over yet..until Najib order all to be released.
    Will he do that?


  2. klm
    Jul 05, 2011 @ 19:31:28

    It is a game of chicken. And Najib blinked. We know he has no Thing to play to the end.


  3. rtee
    Jul 05, 2011 @ 21:08:51

    influenced by you-know-who who tagged along him in and out everywhere?


  4. rtee
    Jul 05, 2011 @ 21:19:13

    Malaysia has once again be the laughing stock….. this is a country where those who wear T shirts of a certain colour get arrested… This must be the first in the world.

    Bersih would not have been so big had the government allowed then to march in the first place..

    This is how those who fail to learn from history will end up..


  5. KK
    Jul 05, 2011 @ 21:20:00

    Haha..the Agong has just made Hishamudin looks like an idiot .. haha..


  6. Jong
    Jul 06, 2011 @ 02:44:55

    Are we supposed to believe the ‘Polis find’ of bags of yellow Bersih t-shirts, petrol bombs and parangs allegedly linked to Bersih?
    Interesting find huh, let’s see what’s their next course of action? Will they pluck and put Ambiga behind bars linking her to the alleged ‘police find’?

    More than RM350m a year of tax-payers money(not Najib’s, not Hishamuddin’s or UMNO’s) have been spent our mata-mata – PDRM, for their training and maintenance. About time they buck up and and swing into action!

    We expect nothing but the highest degree of professionalism from each and every policeman to protect the rights of the Rakyat/citizens from evil-doers, and not allow them to be framed at the pleasure of their political masters!


  7. monsterball
    Jul 06, 2011 @ 03:58:28

    KK ..Hishamuddin is a born idiot.
    Malaysians are laughing at him….just like you.
    Najib have learn the art to bullshit without blinking.
    But Malaysians are getting smarter and smarter and can read him like a book.
    He said he is the Chief Adviser to Agong…which indirectly is saying…his decisions are final….not Agong.
    If you recall…Mahathir control all Rulers with an iron fist.
    But then …that was a period we don’t have PR.
    Let Najib try to go against Agong and see what will happen to him.
    Meanwhile…Police have suddenly found lots of home made bombs…parangs…raiding a Bersih house.
    Anything can be planted,
    Even Immigration record of one being murdered disappear.ed into thin air.
    Police are trained to do dirty tricks to get confessions from drug peddlers….robbers and thieves..
    But in Malaysia…the robbers and thieves are training the police to get innocent Malaysians into trouble…because the hold the upper hand to govern….voted in with the slimmest majority in the history of BN.
    It is very sad…Malaysian Police play politics instead of being fair to all as sworn in to perform.
    It is more sad…that the moment Agong give Malaysians good news and hope…out come more bad news to continue dirty politics.
    Life will go on …tolerate and ignore and speak out with no fear.
    Lets see when will 13th GE be announced by Najib…who keep holding on…being unelected PM….for reasons so clear and plain.
    How long can he thinks he can keep fooling Malaysians?.


  8. Phua Kai Lit
    Jul 06, 2011 @ 08:13:19

    All the money spent on APCO to polish the ruling regime’s image has been wasted by ridiculous actions such as arresting people for wearing yellow T-shirts.


  9. Justice&Equality
    Jul 06, 2011 @ 09:39:02

    ‘Jong’ commented …Are we supposed to believe the ‘Polis find’ of bags of yellow Bersih t-shirts, petrol bombs and parangs allegedly linked to Bersih?

    Using logic we know that these ‘findings’ were ‘planted’ there by you know who.

    Finally commonsense has prevail. I dread to visualise what will and can happen if the rallies are held in the streets.


  10. monsterball
    Jul 06, 2011 @ 11:21:31

    When one wants to find trouble….be it in stadium or on the streets..nothing will stop them.
    Ambiga have guaranteed Najib the walkers will be peaceful and orderly…but that fell into deaf ears.
    The blaming game is still on.
    Najib have given his chosen IGP full power to do as he likes.
    Road blocks are erected causing massive jams now….out of nothing to something.
    What Police say…..we must believe them.
    They have a huge bad reputation….never care ..never bother to change.
    Mahathir got the Police to do things for him…and then said…the country was turning into a Police State….which no Malaysians believe.
    Najib seems to copy what Mahathir did…..letting Malaysians go and conclude he is powerless and the Police have taken over.
    Najib is powerless as far as real power of a PM is concerned,
    He is powerful and when he have ideas how to win elections or voters trust in him.
    “TRUST ME” was Clinton coined words and won him the Presidency.
    Najib copy wholesale….lost the Chinese and now try luck on Indians.
    13th GE seems to be put on hold by Najib…as if we don’t know why.


  11. klm
    Jul 06, 2011 @ 12:24:19

    My take on the situation.

    1. The Agong is above the law and do not intervene in politics. The fact he did meant he was advised by the govt. This means Najib.

    2. I suspect Najib chickened out and as a face saving means used the Agong to intervene.

    3. Hishamuddin had been like a right winged wild man. I think he is using this situation to show he is a tough guy to people in UMNO. Every one knows he want to be PM. Unfortunately Najib needs Hishamuddin to survive in UMNO and he cannot control him. Maybe, that could be the reason why Agong was advised to intervene.

    4. This fiasco showed Najib is weak and not in control.

    Will the fissure between Hishamuddin and Muhyiddin erupt after this? Hishamuddin has acquired many hundred millions in his war chest, courtesy of the underworld.

    Can any wiser political head say I am wrong.


  12. CYC
    Jul 06, 2011 @ 15:08:42


    Agree with you that it is a face saving means and Najib did chickened out.

    My hats off to Mdm Ambiga for consistently civil in handling the issue gracefully without offending anyone and bound by rules of law. But sadly the Indian community disintegrated into pieces ever since the release of Hindraf 5.


  13. klm
    Jul 06, 2011 @ 15:15:53

    My guess is that Bersih probably had games theory expertise behind working out the outcomes while the other side was just a blustering mad cowhead. Today, no body goes into a crisis situation without outcome analysis done beforehand . Well, almost nobody except for ….


  14. klm
    Jul 06, 2011 @ 15:17:39

    Further more the Bersih 2 confrontation is a classic “chicken” game.


  15. monsterball
    Jul 06, 2011 @ 16:45:44

    First the Police fantastic work.found home made bombs and parangs hidden at shopping complexes and claim all are store by Bersih guys..with no proofs nor confession from any Bersih people.
    A gangster like Ibrahim Ali with his threats ignored.
    Now our so call Home Minister.. Hishamuddin repeated his statement that BERSIH is illegal.
    All are back to same positions…..BERSIH word is illegal…Yellow shirt illegal.
    Let all Malaysians understand…who is above the King.
    This was exactly how Mahathir apply Operation Lallang…insults all Rulers…out of one or two bad ones…..and became a Dictator….and strange it may was then the Sultan Of Johore who was the Agong hates Mahathir too.
    You can say…Agongs made father and son angry and cousin come out to talk big….all looking for trouble….for votes.


  16. Li Li Fa
    Jul 06, 2011 @ 22:12:13

    Let’s be thankful that the YDP Agong has met with the Bersih group
    Let’s be thankful that the rally can be held albeit at a stadium
    Let’s be thankful that the voice of the rakyat can still be heard
    Let’s be hopeful that their voices can sing a new song to the nation


  17. BeWildered
    Jul 07, 2011 @ 03:12:01

    The article posted represents an excellent anatomy of the social political asynchronization between those elected to serve and those citizen who elect them to serve the country.
    Bersih 2.0 has got more than my usual share of attention to Malaysian Politics and what have been revealed through recent events have really open our eyes and validate many of our suspicions.
    The BN leadership has been severely tested through these incident. It seems the PM and the Home Affair Minister are both from the generation of ‘Fast Track’ politicians who did not have to struggle to earn the positions they are holding. The way they react to the simple request from Bersih 2.0 turned into a display of incompetence. This is far more than Bresih 2.0 has originally intended. It hints the serious lack of tenet from BN leadership for governance. And the serious lack of maturity in the political play out by using terror monger organization such as Perkasa.
    It is no longer about the Bersih 2.0 Rally, it has already served its purpose even before the play out. It is like a game won before the game actually got started. It is about the shocking reality of how incompetent and weak Malaysian leadership is. Only the weaklings would hurry to bully the harmless ordinary citizen. Only the incompetent will see the shadows of the snake in their own tea cups. It should make all wonder how Malaysia can prosper under the weak and incompetent leadership.
    The police is also the victim of weak and incompetent leadership. The police is subordinate to the Home Affair Ministry and the police has to carry out the orders given to them, they have no choice. The police are also from the rakyat and many of them also can think, but they put on their uniform, they are obliged to take orders and execute their orders. I wont place the police in the loser category. They do not deserve that because they have no choice wearing the uniform.
    We hope the PM and the HM realize how far out of the field they have played their hands as respected leaders. The Agong has spoken, and if these two still do not realize the referee has blown the whistle, and stop the bully. Then they are insubordinate to the Agong. The movement by the citizen is unstoppable as consistently shown by history over all ages. Change is unstoppable. The world is changing and we, Malaysian will be left behind in the stone age. Look at Thailand, Look at Philippines, Look at Indonesia. The only country still lacks behind Malaysia in political evolution is Singapore which is compensate with competent leadership.


  18. monsterball
    Jul 07, 2011 @ 03:29:03

    Yes yes yes…lets be thankful….Li Li Fa
    But thankfulness for all the blessings does not work with Najib who keep twisting and turning…flip flopping .treating Malaysians as suckers.
    We can sing a song to be thankful to Agong and God…if Najib comes to his senses and stop creating tensions where innocent lives maybe injured or killed for nothing.
    This is an unpredictable PM with murder and corruptions hanging over his head.
    He is like a wounded tiger…and you know how a wounded tiger reacts.
    Lets hope he will behave like a cultured well educated human being and not like an animal.
    Lets hope he comes to his senses and accept People Power votes by declaring 13th GE as soon as possible.
    If he keep on twisting..dilly dally by day.he is digging his own grave.
    Malaysians are not afraid of his so call full power to do as he likes and treat Malaysians like suckers.
    Come 9th July…at 2pm to 4pm…at Stadium Negara…we will know…what kind of a government and country we are living in.
    There is a limit to everything.
    Be thankful and positive and live one day at a time in this atmosphere is wise…..and wait for 13th GE…to settle all things.
    We are at war with the Devils.
    Don’t ever doubt that.


  19. Jong
    Jul 07, 2011 @ 10:45:14

    Let’s be thankful Najib is feeling the fear, seen and demonstrated this government’s freezing of all temporary bus permits traveling into and across Kuala Lumpur effective tomorrow Fri 8 July 2011.

    Forked-tongue and lost all credibility, he makes sure Bersih has no stadium, no permit to wall and definitely no means or time to re-strategize while his Home Minister cousin Hishammuddin let out his pitsbulls to hound and arrest ordinary citizens and “yellow” people.

    Soon they may even blackout whole of Kuala Lumpur and unplug all phone lines and internet accessibility? – all these for just a simple CALL by NGO Bersih, supported by the People/Rakyat Malaysia for a ‘clean and fair election’ !

    Unless Najib’s UMNO-led BN Government has so much dirt to hide, what is so wrong to sit down with Bersih in its call for Clean and Fair election?

    Viva People’s power!


  20. klm
    Jul 07, 2011 @ 11:13:21

    Looks ike Najib is not a man of his word. He is a damn liar.


  21. Kenny
    Jul 07, 2011 @ 12:05:08

    Najib’s handling of the Bersih event has gone from bad to worse. Renegating on his word to allow Bersih to hold their rally in a stadium is the last straw. Instead of seizing the victory of forcing the rally to be held in a stadium he has destroyed his credibility and given Bersih back the momentum. Insisting that Bersih is still illegal even after their meeting with the Agung makes BN look disrespectful to the King. No political finesse at all. His head may roll for this.


  22. alice cc ang
    Jul 07, 2011 @ 12:50:28

    Since PM and HM do not respect YDP Agong, indirectly they are telling Bersih to do the same. If they do not provide the stadium as agreed and are deliberately delaying and not responding, Bersih should not fall into their game plan but proceed with the original plan of the street rally. Good suggestion, Merdeka Square is the best alternative. No need to ask for permission.
    On another note, you cannot trust these UMNO politicians…perhaps, the dead ones!
    Now they are playing with Bersih, passing the ball around and try to make a fool of the Bersih organizers. There is always another day to confront these UMNO political dickheads!!
    Like kerala mamak kutty commented, the last resort is to go back to the street. This provisin is enshrined in the Federal Constitutions, guaranteed the right of citizens to hold peaceful demonstrations in closed or opened areas!!


  23. CYC
    Jul 07, 2011 @ 15:58:30

    Will those bastards Chinese like KTK and CSL still maintain BN had acted impartially and BERSIH is deemed illegal and evil motivated ? Spit on them when u see them. and we shall build a monument for them with both in kneeling posture, cursed forever in Chinese culture. Never mind if Bersih could not march instreets of KL, their comrades shall show the whole world when they gather at Australia, UK, Seoul, ….. etc. Anyway, they have done so at Taipei days ago.


  24. monsterball
    Jul 07, 2011 @ 16:55:59

    I wonder how many Muslims still believe Najib was telling the truth to Allah in a mosque swearing he does not know Atlantuya and her being whom and why.
    But Najib knows his best friend…Biganda Razak.. was innocent and be freed.. before a trial was conducted.


  25. Jong
    Jul 07, 2011 @ 17:07:32

    Silence from heads of MCA, MIC and Gerakan is so deafening, huh?
    Those bastards have either lost their balz or their tongues, only use their lower heads!

    Are these the type of so-called “leaders” MCA , Gerakan and MIC seems proud to have – see nothing wrong, hear nothing wrong and speak nothing that’s so wrong out there?


  26. klm
    Jul 07, 2011 @ 21:49:44

    MCA, Gerakan and MIC are poison meat as far as the non-Malay voters are concerned. The point is already made for them. The cross is made as far as they are concerned. They are dead meat.


  27. Phua Kai Lit
    Jul 08, 2011 @ 08:40:47

    MCA, Gerakan and MIC? (And all the other political parties that enable the racist, semi-fascist, semi-apartheid, kleptocratic regime to remain in power?

    All we need to do is express our contempt for the whole lot of them at the next
    General Election.


  28. klm
    Jul 08, 2011 @ 11:29:40

    All said and done, the point has already been made. UMNO and BN have lost the battle. This is the highest form of victory worthy of Sun Tze.


  29. Kenny
    Jul 08, 2011 @ 11:47:57

    Phua, I disagree that this regime is semi-fascist, semi-apartheid. I think they are fascist and apartheid.

    The regime is choking on its own fear that the Bersih rally will become a Malaysian Spring to kick them out like the Arab Spring. What could make them fear a peaceful gathering like this? This can only be due to their awareness that they have been so corrupt and abusive that the people are fed up of them.


  30. Dr Hsu
    Jul 08, 2011 @ 12:14:56

    The King has given his advice for all sides to find a solution.

    This actually presents an opportunity for all sides to find an amicable solution without losing the so-called ‘face’ , which is ever so important in Malaysian Society.

    Instead of finding a solution, the authority are trying to create more problems.


  31. Jong
    Jul 08, 2011 @ 12:29:34

    You are right Dr Hsu! This regime has lost all integrity and credibility. Safe to say it’s a goner! One bullet tomorrow, it’s over for them.


  32. Dr Hsu
    Jul 08, 2011 @ 12:46:35

    read this:

    John Mallot’s article ” running scared in Malaysia”


  33. monsterball
    Jul 08, 2011 @ 13:09:19

    Mahathir went against the Agong of his time as PM and made laws to control their powers….just because the Sultan Of Johore…who was the Agong does not like what Mahathir was doing.
    When Mahathir was daily quarreling with Tunku Razaleigh…it was reported…the Agong slapped Mahathir and Mahathir’s action towards the Agong and Rulers was a sort of revenge to make the Rulers powerless.
    Now Najib is flip flopping ….disrespecting the present Agong and said…”I am his Chief Adviser”
    What does that mean? Does it mean his advises are final and mus be approved b the Agong like a puppet?
    Rulers are born to rule forever,
    Politicians are elected every 4 years.
    I guess everyone can conclude what UMNO B politicians think they are.
    Right now…..these little napoleons ….have gone too far.
    It is a desperate move to provoke….insults to get Malaysians angry.
    That failed…and is still failing….out come Mahathir’s Donkey Kong…Ibrahim Ali to try his challenge Christians…..Chinese….and now BERSIH walkers.
    No one pay attention to him. Mahathir’s toothless …brainless puppet not working.
    Time and time again….whenever UMNO B is being challenged especially on CORRUPTIONS…out come all sorts of nonsense to divert Malaysians attentions away from CORRUPTIONS.
    Right is because of CORRUPTIONS that Malaysians are firmly bent to vote the government out and BERSIH is a reminder how KOTOR they are.
    BERSIH makes a government that loves KOTOR politics becomes weak and useless.
    This is their last resort….to upset as much as they can…which even confused BERSIH Chief…Madam Ambiga who Najib really is.
    Najib is elected as a puppet for Mahathir…but UMNO B itself is weak with differences of opinions amongst themselves…..right now.
    To cover up their own weaknesses..they allow the Police to do as they like.
    Malaysia is not a Police State.
    It appears to be…as the government is weak..and need all sorts of protections.
    You can say…the Police play politics and bully oppositions…..yes….because Najib is weak and need all the help he can get.
    Is this the kind of government we want?
    Be calm and composed and wait to vote these arrogant…ill mannered ..sickening crooks out in 13th GE….you will have all problems solved.
    It boils down to all Malaysians.
    We made the bed and sleep on it.
    We elect and live with it.
    We are the makers…the deciders.
    Make or break…Malaysians decide.
    It is actually the many many thousands fearless Freedom Fighters…that are doing this ungrateful dirty job…that no one wants.
    That’s life.


  34. Phua Kai Lit
    Jul 08, 2011 @ 13:56:54

    Hi Kenny 11:47:57

    Fascist, perhaps. Apartheid, definitely not yet.
    After all, I (Malaysian first, Chinese a very distant second) can easily become
    a “Constitutional Malay” if I want to anytime.
    Dr M is an excellent example of a Constitutional Malay, no?
    Another classic example is renowned Utusan Malaysia columnist Ridhuan Tee, no?


  35. Phua Kai Lit
    Jul 08, 2011 @ 14:16:26

  36. monsterball
    Jul 08, 2011 @ 14:18:15

    Now….United Nation Human Rights Commissioner is giving a warning to Najib.
    How low can Najib go with his limbo rock?
    And read Ibrahim Ali…his reasons not to walk.
    Actually he has not more than 50 goons following him. ..but if Mahathir pays RM100 per ……thousands will show up.
    No money …no talk is what Najib is experiencing too…..but the cops seems to think the are paid by UMNO B money and not from tax payers.
    That’s how low our cops IQ is now.
    Yip!!….United Nation spoke up!!!
    Najib went against the Agong.
    Lets see he ignores United Nation too.
    He is digging his own grave.


  37. Kenny
    Jul 08, 2011 @ 14:59:23

    Hi Phua,

    Depends how you define apartheid. Physical segregation is not a prerequisite although it is the most visible feature. An apartheid system exists where race is the only criteria used. It may involve:

    a) education segregation and opportunities
    b) employment opportunities
    c) economic opportunities – licenses, permits, govt tenders, APs, etc.
    d) financial eligibility for loans and grants
    e) participation in govt investment funds
    f) participation in land schemes
    g) discounts for buying houses
    h) priority in IPO application
    i) eligibility for govt assistance
    j) discrimination in approval of places of worship

    I think the BN regime more than qualify!


  38. Phua Kai Lit
    Jul 08, 2011 @ 17:46:49

    Hi Kenny

    But my point is that should I decide at this very moment
    to join Dr M and Dr Ridhuan Tee and become a
    “Constitutional Malay”, I can get to enjoy these too.

    Of course, then I will have to (1) hide my ethnic heritage (like the first gentleman mentioned) and (2) keep making wild-eyed rants all the time (like the second gentleman)


  39. CYC
    Jul 08, 2011 @ 19:08:32

    Bersih go global, u will see them at more than 20 cities around the world.

    BN gomen locked up KL City and show case to the whole world that we are indeed a safe country. Are we doing a remake of those classic Chinese war movies? Another Malaysia Boleh and Canggih project !

    Are Buddhist monks allowed to walk in the street in their Yellow robes?

    Indians may be most divided race in terms of political beliefs, yet they are always in the forefront at critical moment. I am a Chinese but I salute Mdm Ambiga and Dr Jeyakumar. Chinese ? Just look at those fuck**g faces at Hua Zong and u feel sick.

    Another news : Malaysia is ranked 9th in the list of countries with highest brain drain. But, do we still have any more brains to be drained off?

    Yellow fever seems like a deadly virus that our gomen has no clue to combat.

    The dawn is near when darkest moment past.


  40. Son of Muhammad
    Jul 09, 2011 @ 10:59:59



  41. monsterball
    Jul 09, 2011 @ 19:59:13

    Against all odds…brave Malaysians came out by the thousands to demand for a CLEAN government.
    BERSIH 1 ..raining around 2pm.
    BERSIH 2….raining same time.
    Rain took all gas bomb smoke away!
    Rain kept walkers cool and nice.


  42. beh tahan
    Jul 09, 2011 @ 23:05:49

    Bersih rally should be hold every once a month to demand and apply pressure on Umno evil thugs to comply with Rakyat’s wish fof fair and just Election and government.Let’s keep the momentom going full swing to bring down the so-called ‘Terror Government’ to its knee before GE13.They ‘re shitting and peeing in their pants right now..oh my much so for SUPER elites such as PM,DPM,HRM,PDRM,M&M and nut Ms.Shame on you,BLARDY THUGGISH GOVERNMENT OF THE DAY!!!


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