Keep out of KL: Its KJ Vs fourteen plus two

The Police acted stern. This afternoon, they issued a list of 91 persons banned from entering Kuala Lumpur central business district on Saturday, the day BERSIH 2.0 is being planned to happen. It is the same day Malay NGO PERKASA and UMNO Youth wanted to hold a ‘retaliatory’ march as a show of force. The law enforcement agency obtained a court order to prevent these persons to enter the city limits.

Published: Thursday July 7, 2011 MYT 4:54:00 PM
Updated: Thursday July 7, 2011 MYT 8:50:50 PM

91 barred from entering KL business district on July 9

KUALA LUMPUR: The police have obtained a restriction order preventing 91 people, including Bersih organisers, Patriot/Umno Youth and Perkasa from entering the city central business district on Saturday.

Acting city police chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Amar Singh said the police would enforce the order under Section 98 of the Criminal Procedure Code if any one of the names stated in the order defied the restriction.

Those on the list include Bersih chief Datuk S. Ambiga, Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin and Perkasa president Datuk Ibrahim Ali

“They can be liable and charged under Section 188 of the Penal Code with Disobeying a Lawful Order of the Court which carries a maximum six months imprisonment or a fine or both upon conviction,” he said here Thursday.

The 91 on the list are:

Datuk Seri Abd Hadi Awang; Abd Rahim Osman; Datuk Abdul Azeez Rahim; Ahmad Syazwan Muhammad Hasan; Datuk Ambiga SreenevasanDatuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim; Arman Azha Abu Hanifa; Azman Shapawi Rani; Badrul Hisham Shaharin; Choo Chon Kai; Chua Tian Cheng; Dr Dzulkifli Ahmad; E. Enalini; Fadiah Nadwa Fikri; Haris Fathillah Sathiasingam Mohd Ibrahim;

Hishamuddin Md Rais; Datuk Ibrahim Ali; Datuk AbRahman Ab. Bakar; Syed Hassan Syed Ali; Irwan Fahmi Ideris; Roslan Kassim; Sharifuddin Abd Hamid; Dr Zubir Harun; Ameir Hassan; Datuk Ahmad Saad; Ahmad Zaini Ismail; Muhammad Zahid Arip; Abdullah Mansor; Norkhaila Jamaludin; Datuk Prof Kamaruddin Kachar;

Kamarulzaman Mohamad; Khairul Anwar Ahmad Zainuddin; Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar; Khalid Abd Samad; Datuk Khalid Yunus; Khoo Teng Swee; Lau Wen San; Lim Kit Siang; Loke Siew Fook; Lokman Noor Adam; M. Sarasvathy; Datuk Mahfuz Omar; Maria Chin Abdullah; Mat Shuhaimi Shafie; Mazlan Aliman;

Datuk Megat Firdouz Tan Sri Megat Junid; Megat Zulkarnain Datuk Omardin; Mohamad Izzuddin Hilmi Mohd Zaini; Mohamad Sabu; Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin; Mohd Azmin Ali; Mohd Firdaus Jaafar;Dr Mohd Hatta Md RamliDatuk Seri Mohd Hilmi Ismail; Mohd Lukman Muda; Datuk Mohd Noor Nordin Abdullah; Mohd Shazni Munir Mohd Ithnin; Mohd Shukri Che Ab Razab; Mohd Sibri Ismail; Mohd Syukri Kamaruddin;

Muhammad Hilman Idham; Dr Mujahid Yusof; Nasarudin Hassan; Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat; Nor Azli Musa; Nurul Izham Nurul Anuar; Nurul Izzah Anwar; Ong Boon Keong; Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican; Rizalman Datuk Mokhtar; S. Arutchelvam; Salahuddin Ayub; Satipul Bahari Mamat; Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin; Soh Sook Hwa;

Suhaizan Kaiat; Dr Syed Azman Syed Nawawi; Syed Ibrahim Syed Noh; Syed Shahir Syed Mohamud; Tengku Azman Tengku Zainol Abidin; Teresa Kok Suh Sim; Tun Faisal Ismail Aziz; Ungku Saleh Ungku Jamal; Wan Hassan Mohd Ramli; Wong Chin Huat; Y. Kohila; Yap Swee Seng; Zaid Kamaruddin; Zaira Jaafar; Dr Zubir Harun and Datuk Zulkifli Noordin

The restricted areas for the 91 are:

Jalan Raja Laut, Jalan Dang Wangi, Sogo premises, around Dataran Merdeka, around Istana Negara, Dataran Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Syed Putra, Jalan Istana, Jalan Bukit Petaling, Jalan Bellamy, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, Jalan Lembah Perdana, Jalan Chenderasari, around Masjid Negara, around Central Market, around Masjid Jamek, Maju Junction, Masjid Kampung Baru, Jalan Kinabalu, Jalan Kuching, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Jalan Sri Amar, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Jalan Haji Taib, Jalan Raja Muda Musa, Jalan Raja Bot, Jalan Raja Abdullah, Jalan Munshi Abdullah, Jalan Gereja, Jalan Raja Chulan, Jalan Tun Perak, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Loke and Jalan Sultan Mahmud


The list shows that only UMNO Youth and BN Youth Head YB Khairy Jamaluddin is the only BN elected representative which the Police deemed as ‘dangerous’, as compared to Oppositions’ twelve; Kelantan Menteri Besar Dato’ Nik Aziz Nik Mat, PAS President Dato’ Abdul Hadi Awang, DAP Adviser Lim Kit Siang, Hulu Selangor MP Dr Zulkefli Ahmad, Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad, ADUN Rasah and DAP Youth Chief Anthony Loke, Pokok Sena MP and PAS Vice President Dato Mahfuz Omar, Bukit Gantang MP Dato Seri Mohamed Nizar Jamaluddin, Gombak MP and PKR Deputy President Azmin Ali, Kuala Kerai MP Dr Hatta Ramly, Kubang Kerian MP and PAS Vice President Salahuddin Ayub, Seputeh MP and Selangor Exco Theresa Kok, Lembah Pantai MP and PKR Vice President Nurul Izzah Anwar and Permatang Pauh MP and Opposition Leader Anwar “Mat King Leather” Ibrahim.

Two independent MPs also are in the list, PERKASA President Dato’ Ibrahim Ali and Kulim-Bandar Baharu MP Dato’ Zulkifli Nordin.

The lawlessness of the Opposition, especially their leaders is very clear. In the list is two Menteri Besar/Chief Minister and two former Menteri Besars. Amongst them also are Oppositions’ parties Advisers (DAP & PKR),  President (PAS), Deputy Presidents (PAS & PKR) and three Vice Presidents (2 PAS & 1 PKR).

The list also demonstrates that PAS is the mainstay of any Opposition staged or championed demonstrations as out of the 14 Opposition YBs, 8 are from PAS. PAS’s President, Deputy President, two Vice Presidents and Spiritual Leader are on the list. All along without the participation of PAS, any Opposition staged and planned demonstration would not have worked. It goes all the way back during the ‘Reformasi’ days of third quarter on 1998.

This is a very serious list. Rakyat should really watch these peoples’ space. From tomorrow onwards, a lot of people would be affected because of them. Some greatly being inconvenienced and many Klang Valley dwellers usual Saturday-shopping day stole from them. This include hundreds of thousands of school going boys and girls.

The Police had demonstrated their professionalism with this ‘soft approach’ as a preventive measure to a planned event that could turn into something ugly, especially after discovery of stashed weapons and molotov cocktails in strategic places along the path of the usual Oppositions’ staged demonstration route. If ever there is a street demonstration just before the convergence at Stadium Negara or anywhere else in the city, then without these ‘heads’ the likeliness emotion of the persons participating  being stirred into anger and fury is now greatly minimised.

Otherwise, probably the Police had to deploy other preventive laws designed for tension in the current situation, such as the much dreaded Internal Security Act.

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  1. Like KJ said, WTF!!

    haba haba ali baba

    • And I say WTH!!

      Haba haba Jabba baba.

  2. aku rasa kalau depa buat kat mana-mana stadium di luar KL, berahim ali, KJ atau zul nordin sure boleh hadir juga sebagai induvidu persendirian… bukan mewakili poemuda UMNO, perkasa atau apa-apa pon, sebab rally ni bersifat ternuka sesiapa pon boleh hadir taks emestinya semata-mata untuk menyokong rally tersebut..

  3. I laud the action of the Police in banning those 91 fellows from the designated areas in KL on Saturday.

    I would even prefer the ISA imposed on the hard core leaders of Bersih. They have heightened tension in KL, the Klang Valley, and indeed other parts of the country where they have called for the Bersih rally be held, such that it justifies the use of ISA on them.

    But I accept the Police wanting to use the “soft approach”, and the IGP has done his utmost trying to diffuse the situation, including calling several fellows to his office to be given advice and persuaded to see reason. Yet, the last fellow I read being done so – Ambiga – was adamant in wanting to hold the rally in Merdeka Stadium. A place which was found unsuitable for many reasons, including the fact that it is undergoing repairs and is so small as likely to cause over spilling and chaos. She and the Steering Committee are plainly stubborn, intransigent and irresponsible.

    The public should no longer have any sympathy with the Bersih organizers and the rally participants. And support the Police in whatever action they take to prevent those blokes from continuing to break the law.

    Break the law they did and are continuing to do. Because Bersih is an illegal entity, anything to do with Bersih, any paraphernalia connected with Bersih has been declared as offensive. Let the Police now take the law in their hands – the proper place it should be always.

  4. Let’s pray for the safety of bersih supporters from possible police cruelty and violence. For the fair and clean election in the future sacrifice from these bersih supporters are much appreciated. Umno is out of control because of lust of power and they are prepare to go against Agong as well. Those who want to defend the monarchy must support the bersih cause

    • Bersih planned rally has been infiltrated by many elements whose objectives are mixed and are not about electoral reform issue. Thus it is very important to separate the grain from the chaf. Police are taking preventive measures as provided for under the law, to protect the public from any untoward incidents. It is the anarchist element that is cruel to the public, not the police.

      • Dun worry la. The public are more educated now. They know wat they want.

      • Worry lah, because most of those who want street demos are being misled. And now Ambiga wants Stadium Merdeka “no matter what” showing a rather gangsterish attitude.

      • Specific anarchic agenda doesnt respect what the public want. They are preoccupied with achieving what is set out in the agenda that they want. Educated or not is not the issue but tangible mobilisation of the anarchic agenda, is. Only because it disrupts the structured order of the public daily life and put in jeopardy the sense of normality that the public is used to. In short, anarchy is devoid of responsibility.

      • Isa,

        Are you saying people are being deceived by Ambiga?

    • edward,

      Let’s pray that the Bersih supporters do not provoke and taunt the Police and/ or the Army if they are called to help. The “sacrifice” from the Bersih people would come to naught if they turn out to be unruly and become violent.

      It’s the Opposition politicos hiding under the illegal Bersih name who are “out of control because of lust of power and they are prepare to go against Agong as well”.

      Those who “want to defend the monarchy” must stay at home and observe the events on the TV to avoid compounding the problems brought about by the Bersih people who have dirtied the movement by allowing Opposition politicos being in their midst.

      • BERSIh is not about opposition. It also gives benefit for BN especially UMNO. Because when they become opposition in the next election, they may not have the right to ask for EC reform. It is better for them to support BERSIH so that they have a better chance in the next next election to win back the federal gov. By demonizing BERSIH, it is going to gives more publicity and swing more fence sitters to opposition. BERSIH is the true reflection of Najib’s 1Malaysia where a all citizen regardless of race and religion to fight for a holy cause.

      • haha, dream on, boy. “when bn becomes opposition in the next election”, haha.

        Who says “By demonizing BERSIH, it is going to gives more publicity and swing more fence sitters to opposition”? Who says BN is demonizing Bersih in the first place? You don’t know facts from fiction, do you?

        What “holy cause” you talkin’, man? The only thing I see is the unholy acts like not wanting to register Bersih, not applying for a permit to rally, and statements like “Stadium Merdeka no matter what”, as has been repeated here there and everywhere.

      • hizan,

        Its all about creating awareness especially among the younger generations. At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter who wins the GE. Wat is most important is political awareness among the younger generations. We need them to be aware of wat is going on in this country so that everyone will contribute towards making it better, regardless of whether they belong to PR/BN.

      • Now, now, ciku fruitie, to settle ONCE and for all, whether the bersih supporters are all for election reforms, simplelah …

        Just ask any of the would be walkers/marchers especially the Malay PAS members what is this rally all about? Be prepared to receive 1,001 answers EXCEPT that they are expressing their wish for election reforms.

      • Buah Ciku,

        Yeah, so-called better. By whose calculations, whose values, whose standard? By Tahrir Square standard? As has been pointed out in this blog and elsewhere, the Middle East situation is not relevant to Malaysia, the reasons for the mass demos there do not exist in this country which has elections every 4-5 years, etc.

        Yet the chaos in Egypt, Libya, Syria have not settled down and will not do so until a long time to come.

        Bersih is an an unregistered organisation, declared illegal for reasons already explained, adamantly going against authority by insisting to demo after being told not to, refusing to apply for rally permit when told to (until presumably at the last minute), demanding Stadium Merdeka no matter what, like gangsters and communists, despite YDP Agong’s advice to runding, etc.The young in Malaysia to be taught such values? No, thank you. You have your way, I’ll have mind.

        Yeah, yeah, yeah, your arguments will be “freedom of expression” (never mind the limits and responsibilities that come with it), the world is changing, the communists also have so-called democracy, bla bla bla..Ever thought that they got the permit at the last minute could have been part of a strategy? But I would not go into this subject until I see the events of tomorrow 9 July.

      • hizan,

        Middle East thingy not equal to Malaysia. In Middle East, it was majority of citizens + military vs. the Gov.

        “YDP Agong’s advice to runding”
        Yep and demonstrate in a stadium. Najib promised but suddenly flip-flopped, i.e. lied. Who is going against the King?

        “freedom of expression” (never mind the limits and responsibilities that come with it), the world is changing, the communists also have so-called democracy, bla bla bla..”

        Amal Maaruf, Nahi Mungkar

        “But I would not go into this subject until I see the events of tomorrow 9 July.”

        Oh well. Watever makes u happy

  5. 1. Bersihkan senarai undi
    2. Mereformasikan undi pos
    3. Gunakan dakwat kekal
    4. Masa kempen minima 21 hari
    5. Akses media yang bebas dan adil
    6. Kukuhkan institusi awam
    7. Hentikan rasuah
    8. Hentikan politik kotor

    Is it too much to ask for these eight basic requirements for a fair and free election process in our Malaysian democracy?

    Or do we let it pass us by, ignoring it, ridiculing it, just for the sake of a short-term national security?

    I say, “Sesal dahulu pendapatan, sesal kemudian tiada gunanya”.

    • I understand the EC prefers biometric compared to dakwat kekal. Dont you know that dakwat kekal will not go down well with Muslims who have to take the ‘ wuduk’ before they perform the prayers coz the ink cannot be washed away easily.

      I view with consternation people who refuse to understand that different methods can be used to achieve the same result, so if biometric is the altetnative to indelible ink it should not be an issue. Furthermore, some unscrupulous people can buy the same ink and pay people to ink their finger to show that they have voted, whereas they have not voted coz their votes had been bought. Biometric is a highly scientific new way to detect a person, hence he or she cant vote twice in different places.

      Issue concerning electoral reforms is best dicussed over several rounds of meetings among the parties concerned. But if the issue is sold to rallies and demonstrations, it will become tainted and lose credibility.

      • Dakwat kekal is used in Indonesia

      • Postgrad,

        A good retort. Being a Muslim, I too acknowledge and realize the disadvantages of indelible ink. Perhaps if EC manages to implement biometrics in time for GE13 (which I doubt it will succeed, considering the amount of time, resources and manpower needed to implement it), then requirement 4 is moot.

        However, what about requirements 1,2,3,5,6,7,8? Do you view those requirements in consternation too? I wouldn’t want to think that a scholar such as you would zoom in on only one of the eight requirements listed above, and could come to a conclusion that these people should be viewed in consternation on the basis of that single retort.

        I remember we successfully organized a demonstration or rally against Zionist oppression towards Palestine in KL last year. Does this mean that the Palestine issue became tainted and lost its credibility just because we held a demonstration about it?

        Peaceful rallies are part of our constitution, and it has a place in our society. As a scholar, perhaps you should take the time to understand the objectives and the reasons behind these rallies before labeling them with your prejudices.

      • ziggy,

        SPR said points 5-8 have nothing to do with them. Therefore they are merely political issues of the Opposition parties. The fact that members of the Opposition parties sit on the Steering Committee shows politics have gone into, might even have initiated, Bersih. If so, Bersih has become dirty.

        Ambiga should admit that. Come clean, then the rakyat don’t feel cheated. Turn it into a political party whatever. Then the rakyat may even just grin at the traffic chaos etc that has been going on and will be at the maximum on July 9.

        As it stands, the vast majority of the rakyat sneer at Bersih, some even curse them, esplly those affected by the traffic jams.

      • Ziggy, it was you who said ‘ view the other points with consternation’. I said I viewed with consternation the people who refuse to understand the difference in methods but could achieve similar results. You could get an F grade for failing to understand things in context. When things are being rebutted out of context it departs from the meaning of the original opinion or argument. Just like Bersih which has been infiltrated by other motives and agenda, has undermined its original intention seeking electoral reforms. Isnt it apparent that i didnt address yet the other points you listed? So lunging at another person over.something not yet commented is pretty amusing, isnt it?

        The rallies in the past concerning foreign related issues, differ from the domestically charged rallies since the former concerned issues that received the support of all Malaysians i.e there were consensus on Malaysia’s stand towards those issues unlike the existence of chasm of views among those for or against certain domestic issues. Different circumstances can result in different outcome. Protests against external issues never end in violence and chaos but protests abt domestic political related issues when infiltrated with anarchic elements and anti govt groups cannot promise of a non violent ending.

        Electoral reform issue must be addressed through several rounds of meetings among political parties across the board. Bringing it to the street pleases anarchist who have no intention to reform.

      • I wonder if it’s merely being out of context for failing to understand, Postgrad. Maybe they are deliberate attempts to twist and spin. If so, he not only deserves an F but an F minus, I think.

  6. To all who support BERSIH.
    Forget about BERSIH and forget about its causes. This is not about election reforms ,fighting for justice and democracy.
    This is about a ‘Demostration in KL’. Yes thats what this is all about.
    The KPI for Anwar and PR. To start a demo in KL that will create chaos and mayhem, and trigger a mood swing across the nation and eventually bring down the govt. Thats it. To hell with the democratic process.
    The chronology of events have now really made this so apparent to the peace loving moderate majority rakyar of Malaysia.

    • Dear wak

      “To hell with the democratic process.” – Would you say to your children the same? Perhaps it’s now a good idea we adopt a dictatorship government?

      “This is not about election reforms ,fighting for justice and democracy.” – Where are the facts that support this statement of yours?

      “To start a demo in KL that will create chaos and mayhem, and trigger a mood swing across the nation and eventually bring down the govt. ” – Does this mean that in your dictionary, there is no such thing as a peaceful rally? I pray to Allah SWT that Malaysians still have a right to a peaceful rally to voice out our dissatisfaction, or else our future generation will not have the chance to taste and enjoy Democracy.

      I wonder if we should be swayed by those baseless and malicious statements of yours. I hope your conscience is clear…

    • wak

      “To hell with the democratic process.” – Would you repeat these words to your children and grandchildren? Perhaps you think it’s now a good idea we adopt a dictatorship government?

      “This is not about election reforms ,fighting for justice and democracy.” – Where are the facts that support this statement of yours?

      “To start a demo in KL that will create chaos and mayhem, and trigger a mood swing across the nation and eventually bring down the govt. ” – Does this mean that in your dictionary, there is no such thing as a peaceful rally? I pray to Allah SWT that Malaysians still have a right to a peaceful rally to voice out our dissatisfaction, or else our future generation will not have the chance to taste and enjoy Democracy.

      I wonder if we should be swayed by those baseless and malicious statements of yours. I hope your conscience is clear…

      • Ziggy wiggy

        Quote: “I wonder if we should be swayed by those baseless and malicious statements of yours. I hope your conscience is clear…”

        Are you referring to ambiga?? Ooohh you have seen through AMBIGA’s baseless and malicious statements, well done.

        Your cataract has been removed and you can now see the light. Another lost sheep has come home to the pen. Syukur alhamdulillah …

      • Ziggy my friend of same Iman…

        I pray to Allah SWT for Hidayat, for Berkat and Redha Allah in this worldly life and Rahmat Allah in the hereafter…not other cheap stuffs….)

      • Ziggy saudara ku yg beriman..

        I pray to Allah SWT for Hidayat, for Berkat and Redha Allah in this worldly life and Rahmat Allah in the hereafter…not other cheap stuffs….)

      • ziggy,

        Since when is an illegal rally peaceful? An illegal rally invites Police action to disperse the crowd. Has there been any case of stubborn fellows attending illegal rally meekly disppear without water canons or tear gas?

        I doubt if Allah will answer your prayer because it’d be an illegal rally unless it’s true that a permit was issued. Even so I doubt if it’d go without any incidents.

        What democracy you talking about, man? PKR type where their party elections made Zahid Ibrahim abscond? DAP type where a dynasty is created and anybody not towing Lim Kit Siang’s line wd be booted? Or PAS type where the Erdogans took orders from Anwarul AlJubri?

        And are you not quoting Wak out of context up there?

    • Despite the checkmate which Ambiga wrangled herself into right after meeting YDP Agong, Anwar and Oppositions had no choice but to go ahead with the march (actually, a precursor to demo & eventually riot!).

      Its their KPI!

      They hv already taken deposits from their ‘Masters’! Of course the show must go on!

      Its so simple & clear

  7. Thank you sultana ambiguous

  8. Thank god, police just issued the permit fit the bersih rally at stadium merdeka. Thank you police for the permit, rakyay will appreciate this. Let’s make history for Malaysia. Let’s all match to stadium. All are invited including perkasa and umno members. Let’s make this an historic day for Malaysia.

    • Its a false reporting. Typically Malaysiakini, just like PKR and Anwar, lie and more lies!

      • Glad if it’s a false reporting. One time I’ll be happy that M’kini is lying!

        Hope it’s true that it’s false. Between QED and M’kini, I’ll believe QED any time.

      • Here is a comment I read elsewhere:

        BERSIH menjelaskan terdapat salah faham berhubung dakwaan awalnya bahawa gabungan itu telah diberika permit bagi berhimpun di Stadium Merdeka.

        Ketika diminta ke balai polis, wakil itu telah tiga kali bertanya sama ada ia berkaitan dengan permit dan dijawapnya “ya”.

        Bersih rep asked 3 times “Is this a permit?” Police: “Yes”, but now, police say “Actually it is a letter denying permission”.

        Maria Chin Abdullah memberitahu wartawan beliau ke ibu pejabat polis Dang Wangi bagi mengumpul surat yang memaklumkan gabungan itu bahawa permohonan permit mereka telah dinafikan.

        Maybbe BD can shed more light on this.

  9. Oops! Happy too soon! Nevertheless we still will march to the stadium

  10. Biggie,

    I’m willing to bet that despite the Police court order & request to take it Shah Alam, these bastards will still go on in KL tomorrow!

    The Police should just arrest these bastards tonight, in their homes under ISA. It is necessary for prevention of chaos.

  11. There was once an arse-hole who said ‘We have the numbers!”
    A lot of arse-holes cheered him on.

    Today the arse-hole hides behind an illegal NGO and shouts “Electoral Reforms!”
    Less arse-holes will cheer him on.

  12. Dear Malaysian, if elections weren’t fair and clean, does that also mean the Pakatan won several states through unfair and unclean elections? Then shouldn’t the YBs let go of their seats in the respective Dewan Undangan Negeris and call for a free and fair election? Stop barking and start doing. Shahrir Samad did it, he contested as an independent. And won. Not whine about unfair this, unclean that. And this was in Johor, back then a super-solid BN fort.

    Bersih has nothing to do with clean and fair elections. It’s a PR stunt to showcase to the public that a lot of people hate the elected government and they too should join the herd. It’s an attempt to corrupt the public perception. There was never an appointment made to meet with the Agong, and they only met with the SPR how many times? And tell me how the hell would the SPR give ‘Akses media yang bebas dan adil’ and ‘Kukuhkan institusi awam’?

    Efforts by the Pakatan to better governance has been mentioned every now and then by the mainstream media. Bad governance by Barisan has been highlighted and slammed by lots of pro Barisan blogs. I do not see the Pakatan people doing this. I don’t see Pakatan media saying good things about the Barisan, and God knows how people have been ridiculed and slammed, and comments unpublished in pro Pakatan blogs. Akses media yang bebas dan adil? The ball is in your court. The Teoh Beng Hock case has highlighted how Bumiputra contractors’ names are being used to win Bumiputra-only contracts by non-Bumis, within the knowledge of the Pakatan policymakers. Kukuhkan institusi awam? The ball is in your court.

    I slam both the Pakatan and Barisan. I’ll give you an example; KJ is a pretentious and greedy asshole, and his father in law is a largely clueless man, and Tuan Guru Nik Aziz is one of the nicest men I’ve ever met in my life. But still, as a whole, politicians are never to be trusted, not whole-heartedly. Hell, not even half-heartedly. You choose evil or the lesser evil.

    Be fair man. Hear people out from both sides. I’m sick that people say my mind has been thoroughly poisoned by TV3 as well as Utusan Malaysia whenever I argue on behalf of the current government. Hell, I’ve read Marx’s writings, and damn if Pakatan people are not acting like friggin bourgeoisie every time people speak against their agenda.

    Really,be fair man. Speak your mind, not just merely be part of the herd. Don’t be used by people for their own agenda.

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