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17 June 2013

Great job, Najib, UMNO Baru and PDRM!....All the law-abiding citizens get arrested but the marauding robbers and snatch thieves are allowed to stay free to prey on the rakyat!

Police have arrested 13 Black 505 flashmob participants yesterday, including a 10-year-old boy while they were demonstrating outside the Sogo shopping mall in the capital city.

Dang Wangi OCPD ACP Zainuddin Ahmad said those arrested included Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia's (SAMM) Edy Noor Reduan.

The remaining participants of the flashmob said they intend to gather at Dang Wangi police station "in solidarity" with their friends who were arrested by the police.

The flashmob, which is one of two meant to serve as a curtain raiser to the main rally on June 22, saw a small group of people gathering in front of Sogo Saturday afternoon.

The police were seen in discussion with participants, urging them to disperse. But the participants responded saying it was their right to gather peacefully.

The flashmob was organised by the same people behind the main rally which organisers intend to hold at at Padang Merbok on June 22.

SAMM chief Badrul Hisham Shaharin said earlier this week that the activities were aimed at ensuring the biggest mobilisation of people for the Black 505 rally to protest the results of the 13th general election.

He said the first flash mob would be held along Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman near the Sogo shopping mall at 2pm today while the next one would be held at Jalan Tun Perak at 6pm on Wednesday.

“The first flash mob is a curtain raiser towards the main event on June 22, and we expect it to last until about 5pm.

“We will also have a final countdown (to the Black 505 rally) at the Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall on June 21,” he said yesterday.






Does the PDRM in KL not realize that there are marauding gangs robbing patrons of restaurants in broad daylight ? These criminals have to be arrested and brought to justice. Please don't waste taxpayers money on arresting peaceful political protesters, who are merely exercising their rights as citizens of this country.

Solve election cheating issues, then talk reconciliation

evidence of electoral fraud...phantom voters in arrest

Putrajaya must solve the issue of electoral fraud in last month’s general election before there can be any talks with Pakatan Rakyat about national reconciliation..

Prime Minister Najib Razak's move to seek reconciliation is mere talk if nothing is done to solve fraud, irregularities and mismanagement by the Election Commission in the general election last month.

Solve the problem of election fraud. Reconciliation must happen. But whatever happens, the issue of cheating must be handled seriously..

Najib's Barisan Nasional returned to Putrajaya by winning 133 federal seats to PR's 89 in the 222-seat Dewan Rakyat. Barisan’s majority was seven less than its victory under then prime minister Tun Abdullah Badawi in 2008.

We repeated  demands for a change in the election commission and also that the government allow the Black 505 rally in Padang Merbok next Saturday that is pressing for such changes.

Najib must know. The issue is electoral fraud..We also criticised the government for arresting 15 participants of a Black 505 "flashmob" outside the Sogo departmental store in the Malaysian capital city yesterday.

The arrests were similar to colonial Malaya when authorities arrested those distributing leaflets, which was then an offence.

This is a new way for young people to fight for justice and reject racism and that there was an increase in the number of youths for such activities before and after the national polls. .






Charge all EC crooks for electoral fraud!EC must be disbanded and an independent body be put in in it's place. Election in the disputed areas should be rerun.

Shame to run a government by winning GE 13 with electoral fraud !!!!

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