Was blog-hopping just now. This is for today’s read. Check out the bold part. 🙂
Datuk Pengelola Bijaya Diraja Istana Negara said that His Majesty was greatly displeased with assertions that he supported the illegal gathering,”As the country paramount Ruler, it was the king’s responsibility to ensure all citizen obeyed the country’s laws, based on system of constitutional monarchy set out in the Federal Constitution.”
You fool. Here ‘all citizen’ means – not excluding the Barisan Government, Cabinet, Police etc and that they too must comply with the constitution, which evidently allows peaceful processions and assemblies. The very act of not giving one deprived the rakyat of their right as conferred by the constitution and it’s illegitimate in law.
Incidently, here’s a lesson for our UMNO’s Zam Zam Ala Kazam minister. ‘NOT EXCLUDING’ above simply means ‘INCLUDING’. It is not dissimilar with the last complicaton you encountered:-
ZAM: “We are not like you, you have early perception..you come here you want to project us like us undemocratic country..its a democratic country..” (Siapa faham?) (Who will understand that?)
Al-Jazeera: “Why did you not break this protest more peacefully”.
ZAM: “I can’t hear you! I can’t hear you! (lol this trick I always use, see my post ‘Free Holiday Voucher Anyone?‘)
Sebenarnya, dia tak faham apa peranan “not” dalam “Why did you not break …” (Actually, he could not comprehend what is the usage of not in the sentence. Dumbass!)