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11 May 2013

The dysfunctional PDRM still serving it's master - UMNO-BN...Cops haul up Nik Nazmi over Kelana Jaya rallyl

The police yesterday summoned Seri Setia assemblyman Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad to facilitate investigations into the rally held at the Kelana Jaya stadium near here on Wednesday night.

Petaling Jaya police chief ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed told Bernama that Nik Nazmi arrived at the district police headquarters at 3pm, to have his statement recorded.

Thursday, Selangor police chief Datuk Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah said the alleged rally organiser had breached Section 9(5) of the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012 by holding the event without giving police the required 10-day prior notice.

He said the police only received notice of the rally at 12.20pm on Wednesday, and had advised the alleged organiser to postpone the event in consideration of the local residents. — Bernama






Are we staying inside a country where the LAWS are obeyed ?

If so, why the POLICE themselves FAIL TO OBEY THE LAWS ???

The LAWS stated very clearly that events INSIDE A STADIUM (or any privately owned property) do not have to apply any permit as long as the property owner agrees to have that event taking place

If the POLICE THEMSELVES do not obey the law, who else will ???

Seemingly the dysfunctional PDRM still exists today for the sole purpose of serving it's master - umno/bn. Police are used and manipulated by the illegitimate corrupt regime to oppress Malaysians and protect illegal voters. umno/bn is doing exactly what Gaddafi did to his people - imported Africans from neighbouring countries to kill Libyans who opposed his regime but he forgot the divine power and suffered the consequences.

UMNO better weak or dead from strong but racist, corrupt and cheating

Malay power will weaken if Umno is weak, warns Utusan

Malay power will diminish if Umno becomes weak and this may lead to national political instability, the party-owned Utusan Malaysia warned today in an op-ed piece to mark the 67th anniversary of Malaysia’s largest party.

While the Malay broadsheet continued to hammer home the “Chinese tsunami” slant in an attempt to shape the results of the 13th general election, it acknowledged that large numbers of the country’s majority race were casting their gaze elsewhere for support, notably to Umno’s political foes PKR and PAS.

“If Umno is weak, it means Malay power will also weaken and may invite national political instability,” said the editorial’s author Azman Anuar.

He said the leaders of the party’s 3.5 million members needed to address the issue, noting that Umno alone had grabbed 89 out of 133 federal seats in last Sunday’s polls, the lion’s share in the 13-party Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition and should be supported as the “pillar of power” in the Dewan Rakyat.

“Is it true the Malay fight in Umno is no longer there?” Azman asked, but his question appeared rhetorical, laying the blame squarely at the party’s door.

“In brief, the policy and action of Umno can be said to lack the strong political zeal as in parties of other races,” he said.

He noted that currently only the Federal Constitution could be seen as the “shield that dictates the rise and fall of Umno and the Malay race in time to come”.

For the party to move forward, he proposed its leaders look to the past to when the party was founded in 1946 and reapply the same spirit to build up its members’ belief again.

“The Umno leaders should now reapply the spirit of Malay unity of 1946. Do not sideline the opinion and comments of Umno grassroots. Tour the whole country to give back Umno members their confidence in the party,” he said.






Barisan should stop subsidising this garbage paper. The money could be put to good use elsewhere. In any other civilised country , the garbage paper would be hauled before the courts for inflaming racial tensions but not in Malaysia . It is feted.! This sums up Barisan and what it stands for.! ABU.!

UMNO is already so damp WEAK as the Corruptions are getting from Bad to Worst , from the Leader to the Grass Roots...Every members just want to get RICH from the Corrupted Party so how to be Strong.......???

Why is Najib silent when Utusan continues to play up the racist card? Did he not say that he is a PM for all? If he is sincere, he will definitely want to rein over Utusan. Utusan is doing more harm than good for M'sians, for Umno especially. This kind of talk will never find traction among the well informed Malays anymore n will drive the non-Malays further from BN

UMNO power diminish = Malay power diminish? You mean there's no Malay in PR?

Go on harping on race. That's expected from lowlifes of Utusan.

UMNO now is no different from Nazi.

10 May 2013

warning from voters to BN — race card brings dwindling returns

As if offended by all the post-election Chinese-bashing, a truly Malaysian crowd turned out last night at a stadium in Petaling Jaya to send a chilling message to the Barisan Nasional (BN) government.

The message was many ordinary Malaysians wanted an end to the race debate surrounding Sunday’s vote in Election 2013.

Instead of election fatigue many voters were galvanised by what they saw as unfair and dishonest polls as well as an attempt by BN to blame the Chinese.

Those who attended last night’s rally did not care about the police calling the gathering illegal.

And not all were loyal supporters of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, or card-carrying members of the three Pakatan Rakyat (PR) parties.

Chances are of course that they voted for PR parties.

But there were many young Malaysians and it was multiracial in nature.

This should serve as a warning to politicians that playing the race card is a strategy of diminishing returns.

An analysis of the votes has clearly shown that the votes for both BN and PR cut across racial lines.

If anything, analysts have said that an urban-rural divide had emerged, rather than any Malay-vs-Chinese trend.

The new reality is that PR parties now enjoy broad backing, with a bias from urban voters.

The opposition pact won the popular vote, securing just over 50 per cent of the popular votes on an anti-corruption platform while also pledging to focus less on race in wealth distribution.

BN won around 47 per cent of the vote but still emerged victorious, with strong backing from rural voters as well as from the less-developed areas of Sabah and Sarawak.

For the tens of thousands who packed the MBPJ Stadium last night and for all Malaysians, both BN and PR will have to work hard to win over more votes.

BN and Umno have made the job much tougher by blaming the Chinese for voting against a “Malay” government as has been argued by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and his allies in Utusan Malaysia.

The narrative of Umno’s right-wing has so far has been predictable, and many Malaysians are finding it insulting.

From words like “Chinese tsunami” to headlines like “Apa lagi Cina mahu? (What more do the Chinese want?)”, Umno is only succeeding in entrenching whatever support PR parties already have.

Perhaps BN should be reminded that it won power on Sunday, notwithstanding the allegations of fraud.

Instead of looking for a bogeyman in Anwar or the Chinese voter, BN will be well-advised to listen.






Vote for UMNO/BN = grateful
Vote for PR = ungrateful.......what type of rubbish theory is that ?
Doing thing same old way will never get new result, need not scare of change if its towards betterment......go for it.

The Chinese community, as the second largest community in the country must be accorded the respect as Malaysians.

They have a right to vote whom they want, they can affiliate themselves to whom the wish to do so. Blaming the Chinese is UMNO's favourite game, especially Mahathir, but he forgot that the new generations of Malays will not just bow down and kiss the hands of UMNO leaders.

UMNO must change to stay relevant, otherwise come PRU 14, they will be history, just like how the Chinese community punished MCA for being arrogant, autocratic, played on fears and intimidations!

Syabas, all Malaysians for practising your right to vote and thank you for not voting in an overly strong government or too weak an Opposition. With the balance we have now, we certainly can expect more responsibility from elected representatives. No to racial political parties!

Selamatkan Malaysia! Pakatan Harapan Rakyat!

09 May 2013

we agree plenty of rallies against fraud in the election and challenge UMNO-BN illigal mandate

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has pledged more rallies across the country for a “national consensus” to question the legitimacy of the re-elected Barisan Nasional (BN) government over allegations of electoral fraud, starting with Penang this weekend.

He told over 60,000 people at a rally in Stadium MBPJ here last night that their attendance would send a message to BN that its lacklustre election victory was not due to a “Chinese tsunami” as Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had said, but a “Malaysian tsunami” of all races.

“I want to show Najib this is not a Chinese battle, this is not a Malay battle. We will go to every corner of this country to show we have the support of Malaysians,” Anwar said in a rousing speech.

Observers said the multiracial crowd that packed like sardines into the stadium — usually with a capacity of 25,000 — reflected his claim. The roads outside the stadium were a giant parking lot for kilometres as more tried to cram into the stadium.

A mixed group of young people who had just met held up placards reading “Cina Kawan Saya” and “Melayu Kawan Aku” while they took a photograph together.

Khamis Ahmad Kamil, a 67-year-old ex-soldier, told The Malaysian Insider: “What was Najib talking about? There are so many races here. Everyone is here sitting and standing for one thing — clean elections.”

Anwar told the crowd: “There are people who ask me to retreat, but I want to tell you, Pakatan Rakyat (PR) won! Because PR won, I will never retreat!”

The Permatang Pauh MP and electoral reform group Bersih have announced that they are withholding their recognition of BN’s win in the general election until the allegations of vote-rigging are fully verified and investigated.

During the campaign and polling period, BN had been accused of vote-buying with cash handouts, conspiring with the Election Commission (EC) to use “indelible ink” that proved to be easily washed off to allow double voting, and flying planeloads of foreigners from east Malaysia to vote in crucial constituencies in the peninsula.

Riding on the popular vote, Anwar pointed out that despite BN’s cheating tactics, 51.4 per cent of Malaysians and about 55 per cent of Perak folk supported PR though this did not translate into an opposition win at the federal level or in the northern state.

With only 48.6 per cent of the popular vote, BN managed to keep its mandate to rule the country due to a history of gerrymandering and delineation of constituencies skewed in favour of BN.

He said that as a consequence, the results of some 30 federal seats are in doubt, bringing into question the standing of the BN government that was formed with just 133 seats, 21 seats more than the 112 required to win by a simple majority.

“It does not matter if you crown yourself, Najib knows there is the problem of legitimacy,” he said, to rip-roaring hoots from the crowd.

Despite the sombre dress code of black to connote the “death” of democracy, colourful party flags and umbrellas brightened up the dark sea as Anwar led the crowd in unison chants of “Reformasi!” and “Ubah!”

The swelling crowd was alive with energy and a sense that an injustice had been done, as Anwar added a new battle cry to his already-formidable ammunition: “Suara rakyat, suara keramat!”

“I see all these people here, and I am surprised how Pakatan can lose with all this support. How is it that BN can win? They must have made a mistake. I want a recount, or a re-election,” ex-soldier Khamis also said.

Anwar urged the crowd not to be afraid through the coming weeks, saying: “We are on the side of a just, peaceful struggle against a corrupt and arrogant Umno/BN.

He has 21 days to file a court petition for a review of the results and if the existence of electoral fraud is proven, a High Court judge will declare the election result invalid and call for a re-election.

A 21-year-old Malay student told  that attending the rally had made him feel united in a common cause with his fellow Malaysians and that he was optimistic about what might happen in the next few weeks.

“I think this rally has given Malaysia new hope. I think something could change. There could be a re-election and the results could change,” he said.

Kumaravignesh Jagatheesan, a 23-year-old student, also said he wants a re-election because he wants Anwar to be the new prime minister as a man of “calibre” who stands for democracy.

When asked how he would feel if re-election did not pan out, he joked: “I’ll change country!”

The rally was a peaceful one and no police presence was seen or felt.

In a show of unity and neighbourly civic-mindedness, rally-goers helped each other navigate some of the logistical difficulties.

When the stadium was filled to the brim and there was no longer any way in on street level, groups of Malaysians helped each other scale the stadium walls with only a rope, buffered by support on both sides.

When the rally concluded and the crowd had to pick their way out in the dark, Malaysians stood guard at every gaping drain in the ground, shining their torches into it to prevent others from falling in.

Several also acted as citizen traffic police in an attempt to control and ease the jam in the area, which saw many rally-goers park several kilometres away from the stadium and walk the distance.

The rally was attended by several personalities including Anwar’s eldest daughter and Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar, DAP leader and Gelang Patah MP Lim Kit Siang, and Bandar Tun Razak MP and former Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim.






Syabas Malaysians! I was there and let me just say it was ELECTRIFYING! I would dare say that it would beat even the best rock concert!

The energy from the crowd was incredible.

The traffic jam was crazy but there were no untoward incidents and the motorists were actually honking in rhythmic unison to show their support!

Thank you, Malaysians. We have spoken with one voice:

Suara rakyat, suara keramat!

Five years before the next GE is a short time. The way to move forward is to beat UMNO at its game of gerrymandering the electoral boundaries. PR, particularly PAS with its foot soldiers, must go out, door to door, to educate the rural Malays on UMNO's true nature and the realities facing the country. Educate and win the rural Malays over and beat UMNO at its game!

Five years is a short time, and PR must begin now. Draw up good teaching tools, send out foot soldiers to every rural Malay household, educate them and win them over. Beat UMNO at its game!!! The countdown begins now. We have about 1,800 days to reach out to rural Malays and beat UMNO at its game!!! Let’s begin Kempen 1800!!!

EC chairman said that GE13 was fair.....helooo...UMNO dog ... who determine election commission clean from deceit ... thieves do not admit that he stole ...

A protest or rally will not be able to change the result of 13th general election (GE13) or cause it to be held again, according to the Election Commission (EC).

Chairman Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof said the unhappy candidate could apply for a review of the result by making a petition after the result was gazetted in accordance with the law.

"After the result is gazetted, he has 21 days to file a petition and if there is proof and the judge admitted the existence of corruption, fraud or illegal acts, the High Court judge will declare the election result invalid. "Only then a re-election will be called.

A rally such as the one tonight will not change anything," he said when interviewed by Radio24 today.

The opposition plans to hold an illegal rally at Kelana Jaya Stadium tonight to show dissatisfaction with the result of GE13 held on Sunday.

Abdul Aziz said despite issues such as indelible ink, phantom voters and power blackout, GE13 was clean and orderly and the EC was not involved in helping any party to win.

"I would say that GE13 was fair. The winner did not receive EC help while the loser was not because EC did not help. The votes of registered voters determined the winner and the loser." Based on EC records, the highest number of petitions on GE results were 40 in 1999, 30 in 2004 and 26 in 2008, despite the 'tsunami' unfavourable to Barisan Nasional (BN).

Anwar’s rally legal, no need for 10-day notice under the Peaceful Assembly Act (PAA) 2012

Pakatan Rakyat (PR) de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s rally at the Kelana Jaya stadium tonight is legal as a 10-day notification to the police is not required under the Peaceful Assembly Act (PAA) 2012, senior lawyer Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan said today.

Ambiga pointed out that reasonable notice was sufficient if the 10-day notice could not be given, based on the doctrine of necessity that the authorities have followed in previous Umno protests.

“I am still of the view that it is not illegal as the doctrine of necessity dictates that where the 10-day notice cannot be given, then reasonable notice applies,” Ambiga told 

“The police have waived the 10-day notification in circumstances when it’s not possible to give notice,” she added, referring to the Umno Youth rally at the US embassy against the “Innocence of Muslims” film last year as an example.

The Star Online reported today that the organisers had obtained approval from the stadium management and notified the police earlier today.

The news portal also quoted Selangor police chief Datuk Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah as saying that the PR rally is illegal because the pact did not inform the police 10 days in advance.

Tun Hisan added that the police would gather evidence to see if action could be taken against the organisers or participants.

Ambiga, however, noted that the police has waived the 10-day notice requirement in previous Umno protests, such as an Umno Youth rally at the US embassy against the “Innocence of Muslims” film last year.

“The police have waived the 10-day notification in circumstances when it’s not possible to give notice,” she said.

Anwar said yesterday that tonight’s rally would mark the beginning of a “fierce movement” to fight for free and fair elections amid reports of vote-rigging in Election 2013.

The PKR de facto leader, who had led thousands in the “Reformasi” street demonstrations in 1998, also called on Malaysians to wear black or use black insignia to protest alleged electoral fraud in the 13th general election.

Anwar has noted that the results in some 30 federal constituencies were in doubt, thus affecting the legitimacy of the Barisan Nasional (BN) government that was formed with just 133 seats, 21 seats more than the 112 seats required to win a simple majority.






EC should have taken Bersih more seriously, instead of allowing doubts and questions to fester before, during and after the election. As it stand, the legitimacy of BN is being questioned.

EC must explain why BN is still in power by a significant margin despite not having the popular votes and widespread allegations of cheating. Why did EC not clean up its electoral roll when it had the chance to? Can EC claim to be truly independent?

Why must the rakyat accept a gerrymandered and unpopular Government?

Clearly the police is back to do BN's biddings, without referring to the law and simply said "No" to a peaceful rally. Thank you Ambiga for clearing this up, the people now know their rights to have a peaceful protest. Please pursue all election fraud cases, the people deserve to know the truth.

corrupt and deceitful anti government rallies....Thousands pack Kelana Jaya stadium for Pakatan rally

The evening shower caused traffic congestion but most of the crowd dropped off at the Kelana Jaya LRT station and walked to the stadium near the Subang Airport road.

Some 50,000, mostly dressed in black, have packed the Stadium MBPJ while thousands others are trying to get in for a rally for free and fair elections organised by Pakatan Rakyat (PR) Stadium MBPJ in Kelana Jaya near here tonight.

The evening shower caused traffic congestion but most of the crowd dropped off at the Kelana Jaya LRT station and walked to the stadium near the Subang Airport road.

Among those speaking at the rally are opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and DAP strongman Lim Kit Siang.

Anwar arrived after 10pm on a scooter and was greeted with loud roars that echoed through the stadium by the crowd who chanted "Kami Anak Malaysia". Thousands dressed in black have packed the stands and also the football pitch in the stadium.

"This is the beginning of a battle between the rakyat and an illegitimate, corrupt, and arrogant government," the PKR de facto leader told the crowd.

Traffic remains backed up around Kelana Jaya right up to the NPE toll plaza near Sunway

Earlier PKR director of strategy Rafizi Ramli told the 50,000-odd crowd inside the stadium, "I am Malay, but I support Pakatan Rakyat."

Social media research group estimated the crowd size in and around the stadium at between 64,000 and 69,000, given that the stadium capacity is about 25,000.

There has been no police presence around the stadium until now.

In Marang, Terengganu, thousands are crowding PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang's Masjid Rusila for another rally, reports PAS news portal Harakahdaily.

Among those there are ex-Umno Selangor mentri besar Tan Sri Muhammad Muhammad Taib, whose defection to PAS had been one of the surprises in Election 2013.

In Singapore, the Singapore Straits Times reported tonight that a group of over 200 Malaysians gathered at the Merlion Park to protest against what they claimed were rigged elections over the weekend.

Dressed mostly in black, they were holding placards, with phrases such as "We Want Bersih (clean)" and "No To Racism". One, translated from Mandarin, read: "We Are One Family".

The crowd appeared to be peaceful, with chants erupting occasionally.

Participants told The Straits Times that the message for the gathering was spread spontaneously on Wednesday through social media. Many of them were not aware who started the protest, but said they received calls or messages from their friends, and decided to be a part of the event.

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