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Friday, February 6, 2009

Kalau UMNO Anak Jantan, Ayoh, Kita Bubar DUN Perak

UMNO kononnya parti melayu, parti hang tuah, parti "tak melayu hilang di dunia", parti berpantang ajal sebelum maut.

Kiranya benar cogan kata mu wahai UMNO, ayoh silalah kita berentap semula di gelanggang. Mengadaplah Sultan Azlan Shah dan bubar DUN Perak.

Jikalau tidak, jelaslah kepada kita UMNO adalah parti bacul, parti penakut, parti pondan mcm bekas Ketua Pemudanya.


Saya juga hairan mengapa orang Melayu yang selama ini berketuakan UMNO tidak mampu bersaing dengan orang Cina dalam ekonomi. PErsaingan yang sehat akan menguntungkan negara, orang Cina dan Orang Melayu serta bangsa lain.


Rupa-rupanya, baru kita tahu. Oleh kerana UMNO adalah parti bacul, maka orang melayu yang mereka pimpin pun dilatih menjadi bacul dan pondan.

Orang yang bacul tidak akan berjaya dalam apa-apa sahaja usaha mereka termasuk perniagaan.

Kalau orang melayu hendak berjaya dalam ekonomi maka haruslah mereka mengebumikan UMNO buat selama-lamanya.

Menubuhkan kerajaan dengan majoriti 3 kerusi dari kalangan ADUN Bebas adalah bukti besar betapa UMNO ini parti Bacul, Parti Pondan.

Bagi kita, biar berdentum guruh di langit, dunia tidak akan hancur sebelum kiamat.

Bagi kita, biar putih tulang jgn putih mata.

Bagi kita, kita genggam bara api sampai jadi arang.

Kita jangan jadi bacul dan pondan mcm UMNO

Tulang Besi

And here is the rest of it.

24 comments:

FADLY said...

Sekarang masa dia...tunggu di padang mahsyar kita sama sajer..org tak kenal saper UMNO time tu..UMNO is a PUSSY + LOSER. no skull....

ayor lemuju said...

Ya lah kita tunggu. Dan engkau akan menyesal kerana tidak akan dapat kembali ke dunia untuk membetulkan kesilapan. Jangan marahkan Tuhan pula sudahlah.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, UMNO-BN don't have NUTS

However, to those goons......

You want us to surrender.......

Nah......Nuts

Anonymous said...

Kenapa pula nak bubar Dun ? Bn sudah jadi majoriti. Lagipun buang duit,masa je. Sultan perak tu paling bijak dalam semua sultan. Hormat lah keputusan dia. Jangan nak derhaka. Ikut undang2 pun sultan tak salah. Ini juga menunjukkan PR gagal menyakinkan sultan Perak. Jangan nak fitnah sultan terima rasuah pula.
Orang cenderung balai.

Anonymous said...

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad menegaskan kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat masih boleh membentuk kerajaan di negeri Perak biarpun hanya minoriti.

"Pakatan boleh adakan Kerajaan minoriti. Demokrasi mengizinkan," tegas Mahathir.

Bekas ahli Umno itu dalam blognya hari ini berkata sandiwara di Perak masih menggelikan hati.

"Siapakah yang berhak mengadakan persidangan? Bolehkah puak majoriti paksa Kerajaan minoriti adakan persidangan khas untuk undi tak percaya?" soal beliau.

Mahathir seterusnya berkata, jika tidak dapat paksa kerajaan minoriti mengadakan persidangan mereka boleh ambil bermacam-macam tindakan untuk merosakkan negeri Perak.

Situasi ini kata beliau memungkin pegawai tidak akan patuh kepada kerajaan minoriti ini. Tetapi pegawai profesional perlu akur akan perintah Kerajaan yang halal.

Anonymous said...

14:13 We are now in the Masjid Ubudiah, close to the Istana. Friday prayers are drawing to a close now.

14:15 Outside the mosque in Kuala Kangsar, a row of police trucks are on standby with police and riot police making their presence felt.


14:15 People are now leaving the mosque.


14:17 The road to the mosque and the Istana have been blocked by the policeclose to the roundabout. We have had to walk 2km to reach here.

14:18 It's a hot sweltering afternoon here. Along the road uphill to the mosque stand large mansions. On the other side of the road lie more humble abodes with zinc roofs.

14:19 The crowd outside the mosque is now chanting, "Allahu Akhbar", They are chanting, "Reformasi!" The roar is deafening.

14:22 The crowd is swelling as more people emerge from the mosque. They are chanting near the porch inside the premises of the mosque, while the police are outside the premises on the road passing by the mosque below.

14:25 Now they are chanting, "Hancur, Hancur, Umno! Hidup, hidup,. hidup, rakyat!" About 6,000 Perakians outside the mosque are now facing the FRU..

14:29 A large group of 500 or so are heading to the Istana to meet the Sultan.

14:30 But police fire teargas forcing them to turn back and head back to the direction of the mosque.

14:32 Fisticuffs have broken out between the FRU and the frontline of the crowd. The riot police are outnumbered but they force the crowd back with teargas.

14:36 A Malay couple approach me. The woman, an activist with the Abolish ISA Movement, is carrying a child. "See what they have done," she tell mes, showing her teary eight year old child. "The tear gas has hit her."

14:38 The crowd are still chanting, "Allahu Akhbar!"

A Malay gentleman approaches me. "Are you from the media? Please tell the people that the MB is not derhaka against the sultan. He is trying to defend the administration of the state from corruption in the people's interest."

14:38 SIrens are wailing outside the mosque now.

14:39 The water cannons have arrived. The people outside have scattered, and not many are now remaining.
14:41 About a housand people are still outside. Further away, people are standing on the perimeter outside the mosque.

14:42 They are still chanting, "Allahu Akhbar! There is no god but Allah!"

"Reformasi! Reformasi! Reformasi. Hidup hidup .... hidup hidup....hidup rakyat!"

14:43 These are tumultuous scenes.

14:45 The eight-year-old girl near me, Asiah, is recovering from tear gas. She is now sitting up. I think she will be okay, perhaps she is in a state of shock.

14:46 Two thousand people are now sitting on the road, directly facing the FRU water cannon trucks, which are blocking the way to the palace.

14:50 Actually the FRU trucks are blocking the road to the Kuala, not the Istana. More than half a dozen FRU trucks are on the road. But the crowd of 500 on the road are blocking their way. A couple of thousand onlooks are standing higher up on the landback outside the mosque. It's a standoff. The police are addressing the crowd through their PA system, but the crowd are yelling back.

14:51 More sirens are wailing as police vehicles arrive.

14:52 One old man is lying down near me, in a state of grief. "Allah selamatkanlah kami dari segala kezaliman," he is choked with grief.

Polcie are firing tear gas and peole are running inside the mosque.

14:53 The little girl near me is is wailing now.

15:06 Tear gas fills the air and people are running helter skelter. My eyes start to sting and I find it hard to type so I dash to the back of the mosque.

15:07 Even at the back of the mosque, the teargas overwhelms me. A woman opens the back door of the mosque and beckons me in. I dash in and I am overwhelmed with the fumes.

15:08 For a few minutes, I lie on the carpeted floor of the mosque in the midst of 40 Muslim women who are praying.

15:10 Minutes later, I feel better

15:12 A kindly elderly woman comes to me and offers me lumps of salt. "Makan ini," she says with concern. Then she offers me a drink.

My eyes smart like hell and the fumes make it difficult to breathe.

15:14 The "treatment" works and I feel better.

Inside the mosque, a woman next to me says, "Sepatutnya meraka tidak boleh tembak dekat masjid."

Outside the police are firing teargas at people emerging from the mosque. It looks as if we are quarantined in the mosque.


15:16 A loud murmur of prayer fills the mosque. "Allah is great, Allhamdullilah!"

15:18 I feel outraged. How can they do this?

15:20 I am still inside the mosque with a fellow journalists, among all the women who are gathered in prayer. We are protected from the teargas for now.

Police are just outside the premises of the mosque.

15:20 [Comment From Guest]
get a cloth and put water.... it will help and poll water on your eye. this happen in Berish KL.
15:21 Inside the mosque, beyond the partition, a thousand men are gethered in prayer.

15:22 The halls reverbrate with chants of "Ameen!" as the imam leads the doa selamat.

15:26 Phew, this is an unbelievable experience.

Now the prayer leader's tone turns mournful as if in grief. He continues to recite the doa selamat as he pleads to Allah to protect the people from oppression.

Yes, Allah, please help the rakyat.

15:27 [Comment From balan]
god is watching all this.
15:28 People are still taking shelter in the mosque as the cries of "Ameen!" grow louder.

15:29 A deafening roar of Takbir! followed by Allahu Akhbar! vibrates throughout the mosque.

15:31 The prayers are now over and some people are venturing out of the mosque.

15:34 Let me load a picture now to give you an idea of the scene outside the mosque earlier.

15:38 People are wondering if anyone has been arrested.

http://anilnetto.com/

Anonymous said...

SEBENARNYA ADA HIKMAH DISEBALIK KEJADIAN INI. MUDAH MUDAHAN INI BERMULANYA SATU TITIK PENOLAKAN RAKYAT TERHADAP UMNO DAN BN. SESUATU AKIBAT ITU PERLU ADA SUATU PENYEBAB. DAN INI LAH PENYEBAB YANG AKAN MENGAKIBATKAN UMNO LUPUS DAN DITOLAK RAKYAT PADA MASA DEPAN..... DOA ITU PENAWAR DUKA, DOA ORANG YANG DIZALIMI DIMAKBULKAN ALLAH. BANYAKKAN BERDOA, MOGA ALLAH GANTIKAN YANG LEBIH HEBAT DALAM BENTUK YANG LAIN.

Anonymous said...

Org Cenderung Balai,org buta pun tau yg sultan kat sana habuk pun tak dpt mkn apa2 masa PR pegang,tak masyuk.dah tentulah nak pilih BN.terang benderang.awak je yg tak nampak. Kita org Melayu mmg bangsa pembelot.cuba awak buka balik buku sejarah. skrg dah tahun 2009 tp org Melayu kita tak abis2 dgn Ketuanan Melayu dan Tongkat Sakti.Mcm mana nak maju?? Nak bersaing sesama sendiri pun tak mampu mcm mana nak bersaing dgn bangsa lain.sedarlah wahai saudara,klu betullah Ketuanan Melayu dimanakah kesetiaan dan semangat perjuangaan seorang pemimpin yg tak blh dibeli dgn wang ringgit.

Anonymous said...

3.50pm: There are about 1,000 protesters still in Ubudiah mosque. About 10 people have been arrested during the 40-minute fracas between the crowd and riot police.

The remaining crowd is expected to wait for the swearing-in ceremony at the Iskandariah palace. According to PAS state assemblyperson Khalilul Rahman Abdul Samad, the protesters may attempt to block the main road again.

Swearing-in ceremony yet to begin at the palace.

3.45pm: No protesters could be seen in front of the Iskandariah palace where the new Perak MB, Zambry Abdul Kadir, is about to be sworn in.

3.33pm: State PAS leaders arrive at the scene and urge Pakatan Rakyat supporters to calm down. Swearing-in ceremony for new MB about to begin.

3.25pm: The situation calms down at the Ubudiah mosque. Several people are seen crying and scolding the police for firing tear gas into the mosque compound.

3.20pm: Police have finally cleared the blockade by the crowd and all cars are able to proceed to Iskandariah palace.

3.19pm: A vehicle with a yellow (royal) registration plate is pelted with stones by angry supporters.

3.18pm: Tear gas still being fired into the mosque compound. Deputy Premier Najib Abdul Razak's car enters the palace.

3.11pm: A group of protesters are lying on the road to block the passing cars.

3.10pm: FRU personnel manage to remove the bloackade and cars are passing through to the palace.

3.08pm: Tear gas is fired at those blocking the road. The FRU are also arresting those blocking the road.

3.06pm: About 300 people are blocking the road leading to the palace, stopping dignitaries and BN politicians from attending the swearing-in ceremony, which is to kick off at 3.30pm.

3.04pm: The crowd is dispersed. Some are trying to block the road leading to the palace.

3.01pm: FRU charges at the crowd. A handful are seen throwing stones at the police.


2.59pm: More tear gas fired into the mosque carpark.


2.58pm: Crowd retreats to the mosque.

2.50pm: Another round of tear gas fired. Crowd refuses to back down with some throwing rocks at the FRU personnel.

2.43pm: Police tells the crowd to disperse. First round of tear gas fired.

2.41pm:The crowd swells to about 3,000 with some carrying banners calling on the sultan to dissolve the state assembly. FRU personnel are moving into position.

Earlier report

Some 500 Pakatan Rakyat supporters broke through a police barricade outside the Ubudiah mosque in Kuala Kangsar - about 1km from the Iskandariah palace - during a protest march this afternoon.

At precisely 2.22pm, the supporters, which included a large group of women, had gathered outside the mosque after Friday prayers.

They had wanted to march from the mosque to the Iskandariah Palace where the swearing-in of the new Perak menteri besar, Zambry Abdul Kadir, is scheduled to take place at 3.30pm.

At 2.26pm, the crowd breaches the police barricade, and at 2.28pm, the police retaliate by firing several rounds of tear gas.

This forced the supporters to retreat back into the mosque.

The police have deployed some 30 Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) and 20 uniformed personnel.

At 2.40pm, the crowd regroups outside the mosque as police sirens are heard blaring in the background. It is learnt that several truckloads of FRU personnel are being deployed to the scene.

Anonymous said...

Tear gas fired as mayhem erupts in royal city
Feb 6, 09 2:36pm

The Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) fires several rounds of tear gas as 3,000 Pakatan Rakyat supporters converge for a protest march at the Ubudiah mosque - about 1km from Iskandariah Palace in Kuala Kangsar.



LIVE REPORTS

3.58pm: Swearing-in ceremony for new Perak MB, Zambry Abdul Kadir, begins.

3.50pm: There are about 1,000 protesters still in Ubudiah mosque. About 10 people have been arrested during the 40-minute fracas between the crowd and riot police.

The remaining crowd is expected to wait for the swearing-in ceremony at the Iskandariah palace (left). According to PAS state assemblyperson Khalilul Rahman Abdul Samad, the protesters may attempt to block the main road again.

Swearing-in ceremony yet to begin at the palace.

3.45pm: No protesters could be seen in front of the Iskandariah palace where the new Perak MB, Zambry Abdul Kadir, is about to be sworn in.

3.33pm: State PAS leaders arrive at the scene and urge Pakatan Rakyat supporters to calm down. Swearing-in ceremony for new MB about to begin.

3.25pm: The situation calms down at the Ubudiah mosque (right). Several people are seen crying and scolding the police for firing tear gas into the mosque compound.

3.20pm: Police have finally cleared the blockade by the crowd and all cars are able to proceed to Iskandariah palace.

3.19pm: A vehicle with a yellow (royal) registration plate is pelted with stones by angry supporters.

3.18pm: Tear gas still being fired into the mosque compound. Deputy Premier Najib Abdul Razak's car enters the palace.

3.11pm: A group of protesters are lying on the road to block the passing cars.

3.10pm: FRU personnel manage to remove the bloackade and cars are passing through to the palace.

3.08pm: Tear gas is fired at those blocking the road. The FRU are also arresting those blocking the road.

3.06pm: About 300 people are blocking the road leading to the palace, stopping dignitaries and BN politicians from attending the swearing-in ceremony, which is to kick off at 3.30pm.

3.04pm: The crowd is dispersed. Some are trying to block the road leading to the palace.

3.01pm: FRU charges at the crowd. A handful are seen throwing stones at the police.


2.59pm: More tear gas fired into the mosque carpark.


2.58pm: Crowd retreats to the mosque.

2.50pm: Another round of tear gas fired. Crowd refuses to back down with some throwing rocks at the FRU personnel.

2.43pm: Police tells the crowd to disperse. First round of tear gas fired.

2.41pm:The crowd swells to about 3,000 with some carrying banners calling on the sultan to dissolve the state assembly. FRU personnel are moving into position.

Earlier report

Some 500 Pakatan Rakyat supporters broke through a police barricade outside the Ubudiah mosque in Kuala Kangsar - about 1km from the Iskandariah palace - during a protest march this afternoon.

At precisely 2.22pm, the supporters, which included a large group of women, had gathered outside the mosque after Friday prayers.

They had wanted to march from the mosque to the Iskandariah Palace where the swearing-in of the new Perak menteri besar, Zambry Abdul Kadir, is scheduled to take place at 3.30pm.

At 2.26pm, the crowd breaches the police barricade, and at 2.28pm, the police retaliate by firing several rounds of tear gas.

This forced the supporters to retreat back into the mosque.

The police have deployed some 30 Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) and 20 uniformed personnel.

At 2.40pm, the crowd regroups outside the mosque as police sirens are heard blaring in the background. It is learnt that several truckloads of FRU personnel are being deployed to the scene.

[Full report to follow]

http://www.malaysiakini.com/

Anonymous said...

16:05 About nine people are believed to be arrested.


16:07 I ask a few FRU personnel if it is true that a few people are hurling stones at them.

He says, "Yes, you can see those stones here on the road."

I look at the road and see a few stones on the ground.

I asked him if he knew who threw the stones.

He doesn't know and nobody in the mosque seems to know either.


16:08 A Pas leader asks the crowd to disperse peacefully and people are now leaving. The convoy of police trucks as left as well.

anilnetto.com

Anonymous said...

16:09 [Comment From Hanif Yasin]
Anil...I pray for your safety. Take care bro

16:09 [Comment From Dee]
Angkat sumpah dah selesai. Simpati dgn warga Perak. Dari Sabah

Anonymous said...

very childish.sore loser.

now they are taking it to the street. can't expect much from little minds.

real hypocrites. that's what they are.

PAS member

Anonymous said...

a dark clod descends on ipoh
http://anilnetto.com/democracy/live-a-dark-cloud-descends-on-ipoh/

Anonymous said...

the beginning of the end of BeEnd has started..that's for sure!!..this sort of kemarahan cannot be stopped!!..people are mouring!!..people are seething with anger!!..nothing can stop the rakyat now!!..tear gas,army coup..nobody will be able to stop the rakyat!!

Anonymous said...

http://anilnetto.com/democracy/perak-the-political-crisis-continues/

ayor lemuju said...

Damn you stupid people. Who are the rakyat? Not PAS, DAP people and Anwar ballsuckers. We are the rakyat also. We respect the sultan of this state. Tak ada adab langsung la hangpa. You don't deserve to be called rakyat kalu kurang ajar dan derhaka macam ni. Rukunegara habis semua hangpa langgar. Gila la korang semua. Gila. Orang Sabah, orang Selangor, orang Kedah, orang Kelantan, orang mana-mana pun, percayalah. Yang mengaku rakyat ni tak ada berapa kerat pun, bukan mewakili majoriti pun. Adalah beberapa kerat puak pelampau yang saja mencari pasal. Demi Allah, Tuhan tunjukkan kebenaran, di hari Jumaat yang mulia ini, hinalah kamu semua yang munafiq dan tidak sedar diri.

Anonymous said...

what are the rulers for?
Isn't it better we form a federation in this country?
remove those pariah rulers!!!

Bangsa Cina Malaysia said...

Asalamualaikum,

Rakyat Perak dan seluruh Malaysia marilah berkabung atas kematian demokrasi
dan berdoalah kuasa kepada rakyat untuk memilih di kembalikan serta merta.

InsyaAllah MB Nizar akan kembali berkuasa.

Ameen.

Anonymous said...

UMNO ni semua penipu, penakut, penzina, perompak, ada yang pembunuh dengan C4-nya!! Takut turun padang, lagi senang agih duit 100 juta kepada 10 orang. Siap hantar driver jemput untuk jumpa kaki pompuan yang juga kaki gangster sekarang, habih cerita. Esok jumpa Sultan mintak tukar kerajaan. Lagi terror dari cerita gangster Hindi (mungkin inspirasi dari si Dotty!).

Turun padang?? Sure kalah, lagi teruk dari PRU12! Tapi esok masih ada, apa-apa pun boleh jadi. Mungkin ada 1 2 orang yang akan jumpa Allah tak lama lagi, jadi mungkin dengan izin-Nya, kita ada by-election lagi. Kalau tak, kita tunggu 3 tahun lagi.

Yang penting, mantap-kan diri dan pilih orang yang professional untuk calon akan datang, bukan tukang lelong yang kuat jual-beli dan kaki pompuan yang tak berakal dan berakhlak rendah. Pilih orang yang beragama & berilmu dan yang sayangkan negara dan keluarga, yang ada IQ dan beretika, kita tukar sistem patronage sekarang kepada sistem yang adil dan saksama untuk semua rakyat Malaysia. Kita bantu yang miskin, tak kira dari mana pelusuk negara. Sebab ini negara kita semua..

donplayplay

Anonymous said...

Saya anak Perak,saya berketurunan Cina dan Bukan Islam,tetapi saya menjunjung Sultan.Yang patut kita maki ialah UMNO!Entah apa dah jadi kepada golongan bangsawan M'sia.Kalau berita Najib disampaikan ke Taiwan. Mungkin ini akan menjadi komik yang jual hangat.

Anonymous said...

17:47 About 2,000 people are now in the centre of Kuala Kangsar town, lining the street before the small bridge leading uphill to the Istana. They are clearly not amused by the turn of events.

17:49 They are jeering the gleaming black vehicles that could belonging to the new BN appointed exco members and showing them the thumbs down.


17:50 Riot police are lining the streets, facing the crowd but they do not attempt to chase them away.

17:50 They reserve the loudest jeers for any vehicle that looks as if it belongs to any member of the royalty.

17:54 They are now singing, "Altantuya, Mongolia!" to the tune of "When the saints go marching in"



17:55 [Standby] Be back later
19:50 My colleague and I have now set up a "news room" of sorts in a hotel in Ipoh.

19:52 We plan to check out the MB's residence later tonight.

19:53 [Comment From elan]
Saya bersimpati apa yang telah berlaku di Perak tetapi keadaan ini akan menjadi satu input kejayaan PRU yang akan datang. Tuhan sentiasa memihak kepada kita...
19:55 I will upload a picture of the scene this evening in KK town leading up to the Istana.

19:57 Earlier this evening, the people on the streets in the KK town centre, lining the road appeared to be the people of Perak, mostly KK town residents.

20:07 It's been an amazing day. The MB holding a dramatic press conference, crowds erupting in disgust after Friday prayers in KK, and KK towns folk jeering vehicles emerging from the palace.

20:11 In between, we have witnessed the drama at the state government building, hiked up the hill to the Istana, witnessed people staring down FRU water cannon trucks, run away from tear gas - and tried some laksa kuala (made of rice flour noodles with spicy fish soup)! What a life...

20:11 [Comment From eli wong]
thanks anil for the reporting. it brought tears to my eyes.
20:19 In KK, my colleague witnessed one young man, in his early 20s, being apprehended by a traffic policeman after the Sultan's car had passed by. When my colleague asked him the others why he had been detained, they said the youth had shouted abuse at the Sultan.

20:31 After inhaling a good dose of tear gas at the Masjid Ubudiah, I ran into a group of three middle-aged Malay gentlemen who were walking downhill from the mosque. They - Jamal, Rahman and Nasri, invite me to join them for a meal near the Kuala and they insist I should try the laksa kuala.

20:33 The laksa adds to the exhiliration after the dose of teargas.

"The BN is finished in Perak," Jamal tells me.

20:36 I ask them about the stone throwing incident with the FRU. What exactly happened there?

They insist that the stone throwing began after the FRU has fired teargas into the group of onlookers on the hillslope outside the mosque, in addition to the teargas aimed at the crowd on the road.

"That's when certain people got angry and began throwing stones back," he said. "Look, all the people came to the mosque unarmed. They were not going to be violent. They just wanted to express how they felt."

20:43 One of them predicts that Najib won't last in power more than 40 days.

I ask them what makes them so sure.

"People have recited the doa hajat," one of them replies.

I ask them to explain what the doa hajat is all about.

They seemed amused by my questions. "It's a prayer for God to take action against someone if he has mengzalimi (oppressed) the people."

20:47 My colleague Amiruddin has uploaded some excellent pictures here.

20:55 [Comment From Aun]
Well nothing can be done for the time being, all i can say is PR cant blame anyone else because they are the one starting the crossover idea. Though I dun like BN but lets face it, we can only accept the fate for the time being untill the sultan change his mind or the court allows the seat to be declare vacant. Take it to the streets wont do any good and just give BN the excuse to say that PR supporters are uncivilised people.
21:00 The situation in the streets of Ipoh seems normal. Life carries on as usual. It is not tense out there and it's perfectly safe to venture out. It's just that many people are upset and angry but they are finding solidarity in knowing that others are feeling the same way too.

21:05 [Comment From Truly Malaysian]
Thanks Anil. I like the first photo that Amirudin has uploaded. One Malay guy with skull cap (kopiah) wearing DAP Action Team vest:) Yes, we can live in harmony under PR.
21:08 [Comment From firdy]
If not now aun....when? most of us are proud to stand for the people and let it be of our generation. We are answerable to our children children children.
21:13 The anger among the people appears to have cut across ethnic lines.

Now, what makes it interesting is that Nizar, a Malay-Muslim, was the Sultan's choice.

Ironically, it is Nizar's leadership that has prevented this whole issue from being turned into a racial issue by unscrupulous quarters. It could have been so different if someone from the DAP had been MB, in which case this crisis could so easily have been manipulated into a racial issue.



21:31 [Comment From James Qiu]
Nizar is a credit to PAS. He has shown himself to be mild and humble and non-racialistic. Come to think of it, except for some excessive religious zeal, so far PAS is not tainted by corruption.
21:33 Okay, we are now off to check out the MB's residence. Don't forget to check out Amiruddin's picture here. He has uploaded more now.

21:34 [Standby] Be back later

Anonymous said...

http://wrlr.blogspot.com/2009/02/gambar-gambar-petang-tadi-di-hadaan.html

Anonymous said...

Ayaah..UMNO tu BAPA AYAM..kahkahkah..they got balls aah to stand for truth n justice?they dah jadi toksik waste lah..kahkahkah..

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