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MOOpiracy – Meet the Cowfathers… HishaMOOddin, MOOkhriz, MOOsa and MOOhyiddin

Friday, September 4th, 2009 3,651 views

I just came back from this place inside the dog’s mouth. Yes. Dog’s mouth. Not cow’s head. Look up Lahad Datu on Google Map. It was a work-related trip, kinda like a monthly affair for me now, except no blood involved. *gasp* Did I just make a sexist joke there?!

As for some comments in my Facebook saying I took planes like riding bikes, well from Miri to Lahad Datu, I need to transit at Kota Kinabalu. So it’s Miri-KK-Lahad Datu. I would spend time waiting at the airport more than the time I spend for work on the trip. (much less if you count the time I tweet lol) Typically, I need to wait for 4-5 hours at KK for the next flight to Lahad Datu.

Enough of my boring life. Let’s move on to my favourite topic, bashing idiots. It’s Friday so I will be gentle.

1st up for bashing today is.. HishamMOOddin Hussein, the Home Minister or famously known as his alter ego, Kerisman.

Hisham defends cow-head protestors

By Asrul Hadi Abdullah Sani

PUTRAJAYA, Sept 2 – The Home Minister today defended and justified last Friday’s cow-head demonstration after meeting with Malay-Muslim representatives of Shah Alam’s Section 23 at his office here today.

Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein pointed out that the residents felt victimized and had no intention to stir racial emotion.

Why would we want to penalise anybody? HAHAHA!

“They are not getting off scot-free. They felt victimised and feel that there is another valid explanation on their part. There was no intention on their part to cause racial divide. They, the organisers, who are sitting left and right of me, didn’t even know that somebody was going to bring the head of the cow during that demonstration.” he said.

He added that the residents only wanted their voices to be heard but it was unfortunate that “the publicity they received was negative because it was linked with racial and religious sentiments.”

A group, claiming to be Muslim residents of Section 23 in Shah Alam, the new site of a Hindu temple, held a demonstration outside the Selangor state secretariat last Friday, dragging a severed cow-head, an animal sacred in Hinduism, which they stomped on and spat at under the gaze of the riot police.

The act was carried out by a group of 50 protestors who oppose the relocation of the Sri Mahamariamman Temple to Section 23 from Section 19, claiming the area is mainly occupied by Malay-Muslims.

The 150-year-old temple was built on a plantation which over the years was developed into housing estates by the Selangor Development Corporation (PKNS). No provisions were made to relocate the temple, which is now in the middle of a Muslim majority area.

Hishammuddin told reporters that the police allowed the demonstrators to proceed because the numbers of protestors were small.

“They said that they were very conscious and all that they wanted to do was to voice their unhappiness about the willingness of the state government to listen to their requests. I was told that even the Hindus there are not so passionate that it is built there (section 23),” he said.

Hishammuddin refuted claims that the protest was organised by Umno and said that the location allocated by the state government is not suitable because Section 23 is predominantly Malay.

However, a check last week showed the neighbourhood was multi-racial, with Indians making up more than a quarter of those who live there.

“If I wanted to use the issue to create chaos in Selangor, I can but we didn’t take such actions,” Hishammuddin said.

He tried to play down the cow-head incident by pointing out that there were previous incidents where a pig-head was used.

“I have it in my records to show there were cases where a pig-head was used by irresponsible parties including leaving the head in front of an Umno building covered by an Umno flag,” he said, but offered no details of such an act.

The Umno vice-president warned irresponsible parties not to provoke racial sentiments because it goes against the concept of 1 Malaysia.

Hishammuddin told reporters that the residents had met with Hindu Sangam two days ago and both parties will be releasing a media statement tomorrow.

“If it can be resolved quickly and can be done with both sides understanding each other … why would we want to penalise anybody?” he said, suggesting he was not in favour of legal action to be taken against any of the protestors.

This big nose clown must be really dumb and desperate to gain few votes from the ‘victimised’ residents.

1. No intention to stir racial emotion.

My blood is boiling over the stupidity displayed by our Home Minister, although from the experience with the previous Home Minister, we know idiocy is a prerequisite for anyone to hold the portfolio. Let’s listen to the ‘demands’ by the protesters and see whether they have intention or not to stir racial emotion.

“I challenge YB Khalid, YB Rodziah and Xavier Jeyakumar to go on with the temple construction. I guarantee bloodshed and racial tension will happen if this goes on, and the state will be held responsible,” shouted Ibrahim Haji Sabri amid strong chants of “Allahu Akbar!”

He then labelled Khalid a “traitor to the Malay race and Islam“.

Anyone with a thinking brain can relate to the innuendos and loud messages these menace were trying to send across when it involved temple, Hindu and cow. No intention to stir racial (and religious) sentiments my foot.

It is utter bollocks and irresponsible for these residents to cite ‘noise from the temple’ would disturb their own praying and religious activities. Is the Islam faith of the  Section 23, Shah Alam residents so weak that they are easily distracted? Well, judging from they did on last Friday, I don’t think anyone who profess and embrace the true spirit of Islam religion would want to be associated with these bunch of low lifes.

And, the last I checked, followers of other religions don’t get offended by the broadcast of prayer calls using loudspeaker 5 times a day starting from early dawn to late evening. At least, they never take it to the streets and carrying a chopped head of what other religion considers as a sacred animal.

2. “..didn’t even know that somebody was going to bring the head of the cow during that demonstration.”

This is bullshit. (pun on the bull not intended) Look at these photos.

Who was ‘carrying’ the cow’s head?

Look ma! They are carrying the cow’s head!

For sure it didn’t appear out of nowhere and joined the demonstration. Wait, actually I photochopped the cow’s head to the photos to make it appear like they did carry it. Poor them for being framed by me.

Same guy above carrying the cow’s head stomping it.

Even if it’s true they didn’t bring the cow’s head, why they spat and stomped on it?  And to think our dumb Home Minister believed the words by these liars. Wait, he’s too dumb to comprehend and went to say these residents  only wanted their voices to be heard and it was unfortunate  “the publicity they received was negative because it was linked with racial and religious sentiments.”

3. The police allowed the demonstrators to proceed because the numbers of protestors were small.

This is double standard and hypocrisy of the highest order! We sure remember how many times the police arrested candle vigils attendees although the number of them were small!

Apparently, gathering peacefully holding candles with no threats and killing of animals is more dangerous than a bunch of maniacs crying for bloodshed, spitting and stomping on the head of dead cow.

4. “…play down the cow-head incident by pointing out that there were previous incidents where a pig-head was used.”

Don’t clown us, Mr Clown-face Minister. Show us the prove if you have them. No way your publicity hungry, biased medias would not jump on such stories if they ever happened. Come on, show us what you have in your records.

Even if it’s true, you know doing that kind of action is WRONG. And to retaliate in the same manner is ALSO WRONG. Two wrongs don’t make a right. Shame on you for trying to downplay the cow-head incident and setting a dangerous precedent by seemingly suggesting the cow’s head protest is okay because they were previous incidents where a pig head was used.

5. The Umno vice-president warned irresponsible parties not to provoke racial sentiments because it goes against the concept of 1 Malaysia.

Oh funny. Now, those sitting next to you, what they did on that Friday afternoon again? Who is going against the concept of 1Malaysia if it’s not you by supporting and justifying the actions by the residents?  You are truly a piece of shit.

Phearrrr meh!!!

Seems like I waste too much internet space for HishaMOOddin and left little for the rest of the crooks. I’ll just write a short, simplified notes for the them

MOOhkriz Mahathir - Shame on you, stupidface for backing HishaMOOddin and the Section 23, Shah Alam cow-head protestors. You are just as racist as your father, but with half the brains. Maybe less. Just like your previous statement during Umno party election saying debate is not good for the party, I quote:

“Furthermore a public debate will only undermine efforts to strengthen the party especially if the issues brought up are sensationalised by the Opposition,” he said.

Now you are suggesting that ‘charging someone of their wrong doings can create unrest?’ That’s the dumbest thing coming our from your mouth, yet. I look forward for more stupid statements from you in the future. Or maybe you should take up this advice from a commenter in Malaysian Insider.

“An daddy-influence-conferred (otherwise disqualified) deputy with a morsel of wisdom would know when not to fart, much less through the mouth.”

MOOsa Hasan – Congratulations for getting your tenure as Inspector General of Police extended. May you continue to work for the demise betterment of Umno and BN and the crooks. Keep stalking those buggers in black shirts and candle vigils freaks. Crush them and rejoice!

MOOhyiddin Yassin – Just shut up, idiot. You are spoiling the very 1Malaysia your boss is trying not very hard to achieve. Oh, you are playing the bad guy and he’s playing the good guy? Very impressive performance. Keep up it but not for long for the wind of change is here and this time it’s ain’t your fart yo!

ps: Sorry for the absence, tweeting is so fun that I neglected my blog ;) As you can see from the Archive section at the side bar, for August I had only 6 posts  while in July I had 18.

pss: Follow my tweets, you”ll get daily, hourly, every minute and second updates of my craps. Simplified version of my blog. Apa tunggu lagi! bongkersz’s tweets, kami mesti pilih! I hope you get the joke.

psss: Emotionally exhausted. Have a great weekend folks!

It is you who is kiasu Dr. Ridhuan Tee, not the Chinese community by Vijay Kumar Murugavell

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009 5,194 views

Every now and then we would have some morally uptight, religiously constipated pricks trying to act holy, high and mighty by preaching to the masses about good religious values, the importance and wonderful of following the teachings of God while condemning those who strayed and committed sins. They would also go on an imaginary crusade against people who they thought had said or done things deemed insulting to their religion.

And in the hastiness of trying to sound reasonable (and pious?) with all the justifications and explanations for their actions, they often forget one very important thing. HOW they say or do it. Yes, it’s not so much about WHAT they say or do, but how they say or do it. WHAT they say may be reasonable and of perfect sense but HOW the message is delivered would determine whether the recipients would understand the intended message, especially when the consistency of the actions by the messenger is highly doubtful.

It is not WHAT one says, but HOW one says it that makes the difference between fusion and confusion.

Now, the issue here is of one Dr. Ridhuan Tee suddenly out of nowhere playing the role a hero of his religion using Teoh Beng Hock family’s misfortune to highlight the social ills eg. illegitimate child, and went on to insinuate leaders from Pakatan Rakyat especially DAP Chinese leaders in Selangor as cunning opportunists, accusing the for manipulating the ‘weakness and disunity’ among Malays and showing disrespect to the Islam religion.

It is a shame for someone with a doctorate (Rais Yatim comes to mind) to come up with such disgustingly divisive,  biased and slandering article.  And he  claimed to speak on behalf of his religion. You know his doctorate worth shit when he could come up with things like “Didn’t they (DAP) aware that Malaysia was declared as an Islamic country….”

I thought of writing a post in respond to the article when I read it, but a good friend of mine, which is also a regular commentator here has written a brillliant piece on this issue. I couldn’t articulate it better than him, so let me share his article here.

It is you who is kiasu Dr. Ridhuan Tee, not the Chinese community

Ref: Bahaya matlamat menghalalkan cara – Dr. Ridhuan Tee.

Assalamulaikum, waramatulahi wabarakatuh

You miss the point by a mile Ridhuan Tee, all above explanations are just a diatribe against those who take you to task for you insensitive comments. It is not what you say but how you say it. To then hit out at the Chinese community in general as “kiasu” that too with a broad brush is patently unfair.

You then go on to paint DAP specifically and the Chinese generally as decadent and hedonistic, did Islam or any other religion for that matter ever teach its followers to slander ?

You also paint YB Ronnie Liu as a crusader out on a vendetta against Muslims, when Ronnie Liu stressed so many times that his intent was not to belittle Islam but he is duty bound to see that laws are observed, and not arbitrary.

A distinction must be drawn between insulting Islam and insulting some Munafiqs who call themselves Muslim.

For example many “mat rempits” will declare that they are Muslims, so if I rebuke their actions, does that mean I am anti Islam ?

There seems to be nothing praiseworthy of your method nor intent. Are you hoping to win goodwill this way ? A true Muslim will never speak like this.

Using the Teoh family’s misfortune to highlight the social ills you mentioned is underhanded and opportunistic not to mention in bad taste.

It still does not explain your behavior, is your statement even relevant ? Both Teoh Beng Hock and his fiancee are not Muslims so why apply your standards of morality to them ? They had planned to register their marriage a day before Teoh died. Who are you to judge ?

You obfuscate the issue by trying to draw parallels between religious and civil laws when the issue was your insensitivity more so against the backdrop of multiracial and multicultural sensitivities.

If you want to draw parallels there are areas which are not parallel, for example oral sex is permissible under Islam for legitimately married couples, however under the penal code it is technically an offence even for married couples, here Islamic law makes far more sense than its civil counterpart,

Will you write to the authorities to have this archaic civil legislation repealed ?

Many scholars have opined that the ISA (Internal Security Act) is un-Islamic , will you write to the government as a concerned Muslim to repeal it ?

Why don’t you castigate proven adulterers of influential public stature who call themselves Muslim, Rahim Thambi Chik, Abu Hassan Omar, Abdul Razak Baginda, etc. I dare you if your principles are as relevant as you purport.

Can you then blame those who accuse you of being an UMNO tool ? A person is judged by the consistency of their actions.

If you talk about opinion, then my question is will you accept a statement by a Hindu that you are an ignorant beef eater as just opinion ?

Of course you will not because you will not like someone who does not share your religious convictions rudely imposing their moral standards on you.

It is not about who is right or wrong but about understanding and compassion.

Understanding and compassion are important. Because the universe can be considered a symphony of compassion which provides for our survival. A human being must show compassion to all living beings, for this is a basic requirement of being human. The more people display compassion, the more exalted they become; the more they resort to wrongdoing, oppression, and cruelty, the more they are disgraced and humiliated. They become a shame to humanity.

We hear from Prophet Muhammad that a prostitute went to Paradise because her compassion compelled her to give water to a dog dying of thirst, while another woman went to Hell because she allowed a cat to starve to death. Dr. Ridhuan Tee please seek forgiveness from Teoh’s family, and to your fellow Muslims some of whom are angry with your statements too.

Even Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) asked for Islam to be propagated in ways that are most gracious, ie by winning over peoples hearts ,not by threats, there are many inspiring hadith for example Muhammad and the blind Jewish beggar,how the Prophet won the hearts of the people in the City of Taif, even though they shouted abusive words and threw stones at him, and many many more such stories.

He always repelled evil with the good of forgiveness and kind behavior in his view, an antidote was better than poison. He believed and practiced the precept that love could sooth hatred, and aggression could be won over by forgiveness.

He fought fire not with fire but with water, unlike those who thump their chest as self proclaimed defenders of Islam do not even understand this simple concept.

“Keep to forgiveness (O Muhammad), and enjoin kindness, and turn away from the ignorant.” (Quran 7:199)

The tragedy in Malaysia is some non-Muslims unfairly label Islam without a cursory understanding of its tenets , the bigger tragedy however is those who proclaim to be Muslims but are ignorant of their own religion.

Knowing any religion by being able to quote all its hadith, verses, quatrains and what not is useless if one does not have basic human compassion and use it only to advance ones own agenda.

It just makes one a good parrot not a good Ulama.

Wassalam

Vijay Kumar Murugavell

Check out Vijay’s other writings  here.

I hope I don’t sound hypocritical when I pose these questions for us to ponder after reading the article written by Dr. Ridhuan Tee and Vijay Kumar Murugavell.

Is free speech and expression without boundaries?

Does defending God and religion know no limits?

Mohd. Khairul Azam Abdul Aziz seorang penipu besar yang bahlol. Meh lah debat dengan aku!

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009 9,070 views

Ini entri mencarut. Saya perlu melepaskan geram yang terbungkam di dada. Sila jangan teruskan membaca sekiranya anda masih suci murni seperti Makcik Madonna.

Hoi Khairul!

Kau memang bodoh sial. Bercakap pun tergagap-gagap entah apa-apa entah. Dah muka sekali tengok macam muka Khir Toyo sebelum botox + tempe treatment, tengok lagi macam bapuk Lorong Haji Taib. Bercakap bergoyang-goyang kepala dan badan macam sotong, geli-geleman aku tengok.

Mari kita tengok betapa bodoh dan dungunya si Khairul, ‘hero’ Pro-ISA ini.

“..iaitu semasa berdemonstrasi, banyak harta benda milik orang awam dan milik peniaga-peniaga sekitar Masjid India, Chow Kit, Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman dan sebagainya telah rosak. Harta benda awam telah rosak, aaa termasuk juga harta benda awamlah, tong sampah rosak, telefon awam rosak… “

Amende ko cakap tu hah? Ko Melayu ke aper? Cakap tak betul, beri malu bangsa jer.

“.. Saksi kejadian adalah 27 juta rakyat Malaysia dan 7.3 billion warga dunia

Kepala hotak kau 7.3 billion. Ko pandai pakai internet tak? Hah, pergi baca kat Wikipedia.

As of 4 August 2009, the Earth’s population is estimated by the United States Census Bureau to be 6.775 billion.

Mana ko dapat lagi lebih setengah billion? Bapak ko bagi?

Ko faham ke Keluhuran Perlembagaan itu apa? Kedaulatan Undang-Undang itu apa? Jangan main sebut jer. Artikel 10 Perlembagaan Malaysia ko pernah baca tak?

Artikel 10 bagi Perlembagaan Persekutuan di Malaysia

(1)Tertakluk pada Klausa (2), (3) dan (4) -
(a) setiap warganegara mempunyai hak dalam kebebasan untuk berkata-kata dan ucapan;
(b) semua warganegara mempunyai hak untuk berhimpun dengan aman dan tanpa senjata;

(c) semua warganegara mempunyai hak untuk menubuhkan persatuan.

*Klausa (2), (3), dan (4) adalah sekatan-sekatan yang boleh dikenakan ke atas hak-hak dalam klausa (1) jika dianggap perlu untuk keselamatan negara.

Merbahaya? Ancaman kepada keselamatan negara?

“Eh, you seorang anak minta RM10 dengan bapak you, wajib ke bapak…”

Woi bodoh, polis bukan bapak rakyat, polis tu kuli rakyat lah! Rakyat yang bagi duit dengan polis suruh jaga keselamatan rakyat. Apa pulak rakyat yang jadi anak? Otak ko letak kat kepala lutut ke, Khairul?

“..Menteri tiada kuasa untuk menangkap orang di bawah ISA”

Seksyen 8 dalam Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri 1960 membolehkan Menteri Dalam Negeri mengeluarkan perintah tahanan selama dua tahun, tanpa melalui proses perbicaraan, terhadap mana-mana individu bagi tujuan mencegahnya daripada melakukan sebarang tindakan yang boleh mengancam dan memudaratkan keselamatan negara.Nampak sangat kau ni bahlol tahap keldai, Khairul. Keldai pun lagi pandai dari kau.

“Perompak dan penyamun di Malaysia berpesta sebab polis semua sibuk menjaga..”

“Hello polis, tolong ada orang curi rumah saya. Sorry lah polis semua sibuk”

Lawak ke? Apa tugas polis? Pukul orang awam yang berdemonstrasi secara aman? Tangkap penjenayah? Mana yang patut jadi keutamaan? Otak ko lembab macam span cuci pinggan mana lah tau ye? Er, macam mana nak ‘curi rumah’ tadi? Angkut?

“Saya dengan ini mengumumkan saya selaku (semua title haprak entah) saya dengan ini mencabar one by one debate dengan DS Anwar Ibrahim”

Yang ini memang lawak. Kalah lawak Zizan, kalah lawak Nabil Raja Lawak. Ukur kain di baju sendiri lah, Khai. One by one debate? English macam taik ada hati nak ’speaking’ seh! tak payah berdebat dengan DS Anwar Ibrahim, kalau menteri Umno macam Shabery Chik boleh berbuih mulut terkena penangan DSAI, aku rasa ko mesti muntah balik nasi kandar yang ko makan semalam. Tak pun tercirit terberak terkencing dalam seluar.

Tapi kalau hendak sangat berdebat, meh sini, berdebat dengan aku kalau rasa hebat sangat. Aku takder title-title hebat macam ko, tapi setakat berdebat dengan sotong kurap picisan macam ko ni bring it on!

“At the first place, kenapa engkorang ni semua, makcik-makcik tua, yang pakcik-pakcik..”

Kurang ajar betul engko ni Khairul. Ada mak bapak engko ajar macam mana nak bahasakan orang-orang tua macam makcik-makcik, pakcik pakcik? Sukahati ko jer panggil ‘engkorang’. At the first place kepala hotak ko. Sudahlah nak ’speaking’ tu, nampak terencat lah hoi!

“Sebelum tembak polis kena beri amaran..”

Kalau dah dasar penipu tu, memang tak boleh percaya.

Ada ke beri amaran?

“Saya pun perlahan-lahan pergi masuk balik dalam CM beli t-shirt Visit Malaysia RM1o”

Wah wah, nak temberang cakap pakai t-shirt Visit Malaysia lepas sekatan polis serah memorandum di Istana Negara. Penipu besar!

Polis nafi pro ISA berjaya lepas ke Istana Negara
03 Aug 2009 11:20AM

KL: Majlis Gabungan NGO Pembela Negara (Magaran) sama sekali tidak menyerahkan memorandum mempertahankan Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri (ISA) kepada Istana Negara sebagaimana didakwa oleh kumpulan pro-ISA kelmarin, kata polis semalam.

Ketua Polis Daerah Brickfields, Asisten Komisioner Wan Abdul Bari Wan Abdul Khalid menjelaskan penasihat undang-undang Magaran, Mohd. Khairul Azam Abdul Aziz telah ditahan polis kira-kira 7 petang kelmarin ketika mendekati kawasan Istana Negara.

Sehubungan itu tegas beliau, tahap kawalan keselamatan di kawasan Istana Negara juga tidak pernah dicerobohi.

“Memorandum kumpulan pro-ISA tidak pernah diserahkan (kepada Istana Negara), wakil Istana Negara juga tidak hadir untuk menerima memorandum,” katanya.

Jelas Wan Abdul Bari, apabila Khairul cuba untuk melepasi sekatan jalan yang dikenakan, beliau telah dibawa ke pusat subtaktikal berhampiran dan maklumat peribadinya diambil.

Katanya lagi, Khairul telah dilepaskan kemudian kerana beliau tidak memperlihatkan sebarang ciri-ciri mengancam keselamatan.

Kelmarin kumpulan pro-ISA berkata pihaknya bangga kerana berjaya menyerahkan memorandum kepada Istana Negara melalui pintu masuk belakang.

Memang kaki putar belit, siapalah yang bodoh sangat nak percaya kat ko ni Khairul? Sudah merepek tu, bagus balik rumah peluk bini. Sekarang, 1Malaysia dah tahu bahawa Mohd. Khairul Azam Abdul Aziz ini merupakan seorang pengkhianat parti, penipu, bodoh perasan pandai, bodoh tidak bertempat, bodoh dungu, bodoh keldai, bodoh tolol dan yang sejenis dengan yang bodoh-bodoh.

ps: Pheewwww, I’m feeling better now. Must be the haze.

pss: Yes, I stoop low to hit him below the belt. Er, must fight at same level no?

pss: FAQ on Internal Security Act (ISA) (in Bahasa Melayu)

Tweeterrific ME! Of August 1st, ISA and Mr. Tweeter.

Monday, August 3rd, 2009 2,451 views

What a historic moment happened last Saturday on August 1, 2009. Once again, Malaysians of different colours, religions and shapes flooding the streets to make their voice heard, and this time it’s about Internal Security Act – ISA.

I didn’t manage to join the rally, me being across the ocean and penniless to actually fly there but I followed closely the activities on the ground that day on Twitter and Facebook. Definitely a new form of media, with traditional playing catch up to the news on the ground. I kept myself updated with tweets from friends like Zul and Vijay, bloggers, media editors, activists and politicians like Wong Chun Wai, Elizabeth Wong, Tian Chua, Lim Kit Siang and many more here and here.

It felt like being there at the battle scenes together with them reading the messages coming in non-stop describing the situations on the ground. Minus the chemical water and tear gas of course. Well, I’ve done too much postings on Facebook and Twitter and I’m a bit tired to repeat it here. Maybe I’ll update with more coherent points later when I’m a bit free. For now,  I’ll share just some of my tweets and few links for you to read.

Trust the two nephews to work together to create indiscriminate roadblocks to frustrate the public and put blame on the protesters.

Why all detained are from anti ISA side. Where are those from pro ISA? Pewaris? Perkasa? Raja Katak? Chickened out?

@kwangchen that’s bad. wish the gov knows it’s better 4people 2express themselves in a peaceful way than keep frustrating them w/ arrests

RT @minishorts #stupidnajib y r u so paranoid?Hate ur pointless tweets while whole of K.Valley suffers fr #kltraffic thx 2 needless arrests.

Gov said it’s pointless to demo since ISA is under review. Then let them do a ‘pointless’ demo peacefully, why need to be so paranoid?

RT @msiakini Currents of change in the river of history: As you read this, tens of thousands of Malaysians are marching the streets against..

RT @chunwai09 ISA demo: Running street battles. Water cannon and tear gas used at Jalan Kinabalu. Many have water to wash off tear gas irrit

@jedyoong peaceful demos are not irritating. without demo there’s no independence for malaya. maybe still a malayan union. please

Get it right. Rally participants are peace loving people, not hooligans. Those who fired tear gases and water cannons are the hooligans.

Rally participants are not armed, how can be dangerous? Those who use force unnecessarily against defenseless people are the dangerous one

@jedyoong isa affect less than 1% malaysians? you must be joking. abuse of isa is a form of injustice and all malaysians suffer from that.

Can’t believe that there exist retarded human beings who would actually fight for more restrictions on civil freedom. – VKM. Pathetic retards.

Sokong! RT @syahredzan RT: @Aisehman: Idea! Hv demos daily so got heavy police presence on streets always. Voila! No more street crime

News keep spinning ‘this ISA demo not necessary as govt is making reviews’, so why waste time reacting unnecessarily to the demo? Funny

Why do Malaysians march?

Chronological accounts of the rally with photos

1st hand account by one of The Dandelions

ps: Vote for me to be Mr. Twitter! :P As the time of writing, still short 471 votes to be No. 1 HAHAHAHA!

pss: Off to KK and Lahad Datu this Wednesday, back to Miri again on Thurday. Friday may be off to Kuching, till Sunday. To be confirmed.

psss: Think my blog is getting very boring now. Take a break!

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