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Executive committee member Lokman Noor Adam claimed he led 600 Umno Youth members at 10.30 last night, blocking the street in front of the PKR headquarters as they chanted loudly in the night.
He said the gathering of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur Umno Youth members was to “send a clear message to PKR that we are not afraid and we are ready to meet them even earlier.
PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution told The Malaysian Insider that 300 Umno Youth members, mostly on motorcycles, had travelled from as far as Shah Alam but were not stopped by police despite waving Umno flags.
“They gave a speech outside, threatening that if the Bersih rally proceeds, they will harm Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan and Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim,” he said, referring to the Bersih chief and PKR de facto leader respectively.
“They also threatened to burn down our HQ,” the Machang MP said, adding that he had lodged a police report at the police station a few doors down.
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Supporters urged to don yellow in Bersih ‘warm up’
Thursday, June 23 @ 02:05:52 CDT
Supporters are asked to wear yellow on June 25 and July 2, two Saturdays before the July 9 rally.
The Coalition for Free and Fair Elections (Bersih 2.0) today urged its supporters to don yellow shirts on the two Saturdays leading up to the mammoth rally scheduled for July 9.
In a widely circulated text message, Bersih 2.0 asked supporters to “paint the nation yellow” in a warm up to the rally in Kuala Lumpur to hand over a petition seeking royal intervention for electoral reform.
“You need not assemble (on June 25 and July 2), but wherever you may be, put on your Bersih 2.0 t-shirt on those days,” the text message reads.
With Bersih 2.0 T-shirts currently on sale, a PKR Youth member Razali Abdul Ghaffar was hauled up by police about half an hour yesterday to give his statement for selling the t-shirts.
According to PKR Selangor information chief Shuhaimi Shafie, Razali was approached by police officers outside of a Pakatan Rakyat ceramah in Sungai Merab, Sepang.
“He told me that police confiscated two T-shirts, took him to the police station and asked him where he got the T-shirts and who is he is selling it for.
“He is just a small trader trying to make extra money. It appears that you cannot say the word Bersih any more, can’t use the word ‘yellow’, can’t wear or sell yellow T-shirts,” he said.
Shuhaimi, who is also Sri Muda assemblyperson, added that an officer from the Sepang district police station asked him this morning to give a statement on the matter.
“I will most likely give my statement tomorrow as I am not free today,” he said.When contacted, Razali said that the police took the T-shirts as “samples”.
“The officers who approached me were in plainclothes and when I asked for their authorisation card, I noticed one of them still carried his civilian identity card,” he said of the incident which happened at about 10pm last night.
The full-time trader added that the police told him that it is “wrong to sell Bersih 2.0 T-shirts and to encourage people to go to the rally on July 9.”
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FOR THE SAKE OF OUR COUNTRY OUR PRIME MINISTER ABDULLAH BADAWI SHOULD NOT STEP DOWN.
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Why one may ask? Why when everyone is trying to rid the nation off a weak leader does this blog want the opposite? A simple as this “A WEAK LEADER”. To conquer another nation 1st we need to identify if the leader of that nation is strong or weak. If he’s strong and command well your chances are 50/50. If the leader is weak and does not have full support from the locals and soilders then your winning chances are very much higher.
Pak Lah is just that. He sleeps over decisions and when things falls apart he blames others sabotaging him and lay full blame to Tun Mahathir for leaving him a shitty country to run. If there’s truth to that then why did it happen? Why anyone want to sabotage a good leader, a clean leader, a good father-in-law & an islam hadhari founder?
If the judiciary is tainted and foreigners prefer to use Singapore or else where to seek justice then why didn’t Pak Lah rectify it knowing it was Tun that damaged the reputation? If Tun was responsible for Ops Lalang and he knows it, why did Pak Lah then use ISA on 5 Indian men? Surely, they are not capable of using C4 bombs on protest gathering.
Pak Lah is a weak leader as even less than 100days we see his decisions are not inline with what ministers under him dishes out. Under him the Tourism Minister decided to sideline money due to PR states the way they did to Terengganu withholding Oil Royalties when PAS won. So the same will happen and money will go to one poor soul like the former King Zakaria of Klang.
Pak Lah should stay as PM. If he does then more UMNO/BN members will be angry and defect to PR. Pak Lah should stay as PM so many more mega corridors will emerge only to be cancelled later due to corruption, cost overruns and lack of funds. Most importantly Pak Lah should be defiant and remain as PM until next election so Pakatan Rakyat can win and form a New Ruling Party to lead a Malaysia for all.
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Walk for Us for Nation for King…. read more about Bersih in Malaysiakini
Today many Malaysians men and women walked for those that are not able to be present. They believe in seeking for wisdom from the Yang Di-pertuan Agong of Malaysia to help set right the nation in distress. They marched and the did what they set out to do even the dark sky and water cannons are not obsticles for the Citizens of Malaysia.
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Maybe this NOV?
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We are nearer to the BOILING POINT aren’t we?
First a bomb-shell press statement by the CCID chief CCID chief Ramli Yusof about the back dealings of our Police force and ACA. As if that’s got good enough to shock us, another bomb dropped on Kampung Rimba Jaya in Padang Jawa. All hell broke loose until even our great “Act of God” King (MalaysiaKini has more on this) could not hold back the mayhem.
So are we near the BOILING POINT yet? Well, come NOV 10th
People’s Gathering, we should know because the Voters are plain Fed-Up.
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TRUE LEADER OF OUR NATION
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The Position of The Yang di-Pertuan Agong (and the others in order of priority) Continue reading
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A Nation in distress…
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We are 50 years old and still faced with an uncertain future with more corruption news and more murder cases than the police can ever solve. The leader of this country is failing badly at every thing from business to politics to human rights. Its is now the right time to bow down to a true blue leader of the People and seek his wisdom and guidance as last resort.
Just like the Movie 300 the nation needs 5000 braves to support the nation, support our King!
Number of signatories this morning : 2,330
Number of signatories as at 3.00pm today : 2,420
Have you signed on to the petition to His Majesty the Yang DiPertuan Agung to ask for the establishment of a Royal Commission to look into and stop the rot in the judiciary and to return the judiciary back to the rakyat?
Have not read the petition?
To read the draft petition in English, please click HERE.
The actual petition, complete with the language of protocol, can be viewed HERE.
To sign up in support of this petition, please send your name and i.c. number to :