Don't let the sadness of your past
and the fear of your future
ruin the happiness of your present.
Everything you do is based on the choices you make.
It's not your parents,your past relationships,your job,the economy,the weather,an argument
or your age that is to blame.You and only you are responsible for every decision and choice you make<Period>
I see Malaysians of all races walkin side by side... Unity is a Powerful Weapon..
60 % selfish Ball less Sinkies got alot to learn from these Brave Malaysians..
Well Done Malaysia..
Last edited by zeddy; 28-04-2012 at 09:28 AM. Reason: additions
I think quite a few people on this side of the causeway are looking at these pics and quivering.
One of the best pic of the day..
maybe they were inspired by us??
in the sunny island of sg, the rules & policies change more frequently that people change sex partners.
- no smoking under shelter... does umbrella count?
- no phone conversations while driving, regardless using handsfree/ bluetooth?
- no crossing of the roads when the green man is flashing?
- no cycling on pedestrian pavements, but hogging on roads is permissable?
Bersih Inspiration from Great Leader Nik Aziz... this is one of the leaders you are supporting... he issued a FATWA that street demo is permitted by Allah hence many Muslims took the streets as well... plus the Chinese Gong CheeByes.. when he succeeds he will implement Hudud laws in your state and good luck to you Gong CheeByes
Has anyone ever thought in retrospect about Bersih 3.0 and the police brutality against it's own citizens?
Put it this way, why was there an important reason to barricade Dataran Merdeka which in itself is nothing but a piece of grass? The police allows the crowd to be anywhere in the city, but not that particular piece of empty grass. These are questions I am asking as it appears to be foolish not to allow peaceful protestors to pass the line of barricades put up by the police.
Another thought crossed my mind. Will it be the same for Singaporeans whereby the SPF will barricade say The Padang if a peaceful protest were to take place there? Why is it very important if 1 small crowd of 10 people decide to light a candle there to highlight an issue they have with the PAP government? Why are we treated like little children that such things are dangerous and an attempt to topple the legal government? Are we daft that we allow ourselves to be so cowed that we remain helpless to voice our dissatisfaction?
And another thought came to my mind too. If what we hear and read about the going-ons in Malaysia, the Bank Bumiputera scandal, the Scorpene saga and the attempts to put Anwar in jail, it smacks of enormous sums of money and the power hungry politicians at work. Is that not also the case for Singapore when opposition members are thrown into jail for 30 years and more, or when opposition members have to flee the country? I am aghast at how evil some people can be and how they can get away with crimes against humanity.
Last edited by Borat; 03-05-2012 at 02:59 PM.
my friend bro in law participated in bersih last week...oh dear... the police were nervous and fired a teargas cannister horizontally at the protestors ( instead of diagnonally upwards ). the cannister hit a 10 year old boy and the impact causes his eyeball to drop out! the pickup the eyeball and quickly rush him to hospital!! i think chances are he will be blind!
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