Tuesday, May 1, 2012
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2012年4 月28日（428）净选盟3.0 静坐抗议大集合已经结束了，可以用三点来概括：
1. 这是一个非常成功的集会。人民表达了心声 – 我们要干净和公平的选举。
“不要相信主流媒体的所有新闻报导，如国家电视台RTM1 & 2,巫统控制的TV3,NTV7, TV8, TV9, NST, Utusan Malaysia, 马华控制的星报，还有卫星电视Astro。。”这是我说的。
April 28 2012 (428) Bersih 3.0 peaceful sit-in protest rally has been concluded and can be summed up in 3 points:
1. It is a great success. The people has spoken - we want clean and fair elections.
2. Malaysian Police is a brutal, savage and thuggish force.
3. The ruling regime is still having tight reign over mainstream media.
"Don't believe all news on Internet...." Home Minister Hishammudin.
"Don't believe all news from main stream media, government-run RTM 1, 2, UMNO-owned TV3, NTV7, TV 8, TV 9, NST, Utusan Malaysia, MCA-controlled The Star, Astro ...." I said.
An Australian senator is appalled that television news gave more prominence to the PM enjoying banana fritters than Bersih 3.0.
Compare with the English and Malay media, Chinese language reporting are more balanced.
Home minister Hishammudin said: " the confiscation of memory cards and cameras belonging to newsmen at Bersih 3.0 was in line with police SOP"
Inspector-General of Police Ismail Omar responded:" confiscating memory cards and cameras belonging to journalists is not part of the police standard operating procedure (SOP)."
Hishammudin also said:" the police acted professionally during Bersih 3.0. "
Do you believe comment from a home minister who does not know Police's SOP ?
Dumb comments on Bersih 3.0 that made you TR*:
The Bersih 3.0 protest last Saturday, the largest public gathering since the Reformasi movement of 1999, was intended to overthrow the government, said former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
(He must be too old and too deaf to hear 250,000 people shouting: "Bersih, Bersih..Bersih..." )
His daughter, Marina Mahathir said :" ... I hardly saw anyone with a frown or a scowl but lots of happy smiles. Just like last year, I never once felt unsafe. Instead I felt part of a large Malaysian community, all together for one cause..."
Former inspector-general of police Hanif Omar said pro-communist individuals who were involved in the 1970s demonstrations were seen in Saturday's public rally in Kuala Lumpur which turned violent.
Bernama quoted him as saying that the gathering last Saturday could have been masterminded by various parties, including several individuals who tried to spread the communist ideology.
I think as the current Deputy Chairman of Genting group, Hanif has pocketed too much haram (sinful) gambling money from Genting that made him disorientated, lost himself in the twilight zone.
Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak has said on April 29 that the government banned protesters from using Dataran Merdeka for the Bersih 3.0 rally on Saturday because there were secret plans for a long-term occupation of the public square.
He also defended the use of water cannon and tear gas by police, adding that doctors familiar with the protest had assured him that the chemicals used would not adversely affect one's health.
The ever-ready always-got-something-to-say on any thing MCA president Chua Soi Lik commented :"some non-governmental organisations had been manupilatedby the Opposition to take part in Bersih 3.0."
"Bersih 3.0 is just Opposition's excuse to threaten, condemn and smear the image of Barisan National."
He said the opposition was lying when it claimed that the list of voters was tainted.
Chua Soi Lik has been a very frustrated man. Since his ascension to presidency, MCA has not been making much progress in wining back the hearts of Chinese community. MCA has been harping on old issues, using old tactics in dealing with the changing Malaysian political landscape.
Since his sex CD scandal, Batu Pahat has not been a place for him to release his frustration. So he let it out through his mouth ... commenting anything, everything the MCA way - the old way!
He has insulted the integrity of Bersih 3.0 , the participants and the community.
Talking less is good for him and his party.
* denotes a vulgar word in Hokkien