MELLOW YELLOW. The rally at Dataran Merdeka on the afternoon of November 10 will be a mellow affair.Cos we'll be wearing yellow.And no, Ma, they won't shoot us. That was Batu Burok.Click here for more.
I am all for it... There is an evident resentment among Malaysians as how far the electoral process is really really clean. Why yellow? Its kind of like the yellow DIGI man ??
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Why yellow? Yellow to me is a symbol of Supreme Heads of State who are blind or too securely cocooned by obscene amounts of wealth or just too engrossed in inane symbolic duties to see the truth of the state of the nation and her people. We should be wearing BLACK, a symbol of mourning for the the death of decency, justice and the blatant,rampant, sadistic and violent rape and pillage of a bleeding and dying Malaysia.
Most likely police permit will not be given for the function. So, will FRU block all roads leading to the venue? Will they fire tear gas or water?Will they beat up the participants?
It is my silent wish that the monarchy take a more pro-active role in pertinent issues engulfing this country, in particular fundamental issues like corruption and freedom of expression.Till then,the Internet remains the last bastion for truth and justice (even then we are inundated with seriously flawed arguments and comments by deranged sociopaths...but that's net democracy for you)
"Kembalikan hak Rakyat"Bukankah Rakyat yang memberi 90%mandat kepada BN hari ini?Lebih tepat kalau slogannya berbunyi" Perbetulkan kesilapan Rakyat"
I'm hoping to see more than 10,000 people in the yellow wave.
Bro & readers,Just like to share a website on our monarchy so that we have a better understandang on the system.http://www.malaysianmonarchy.org.myHappy walking !
Clean and fair elections. Hmmmmmm.So how's your case getting on, Phantom voter?
I'm really glad this is happening.
The public gatheringDon’t make mistakes of yesterdayThe runners must obtain police permitThe congregation of this magnitudeRequires the utmost rule of lawSo don’t break it!In the last electionThe people gave the mandate to the BNOver 90% votes unprecedented in the countryNo wonder I find the sleeping beauty snoring away‘The people support me what!”In the coming gatheringIt is not the show of solidarityIt is what one should doFor the next general electionA peaceful walkingAlong the way be careful of spiesThey may want to make a pointDestroying the principles Walking for peaceWalking for correctionsOf choosing the wrong candidatesBut I believe it is worth the timeTelling the ruling governmentPeople’s rights must not be destroyedTreasured and united it through
I think what the opposition should do is this. Get outside observers to monitor the elections. Ask the agung to invite international observers. Push for it! Of course the govt will resist, but resisting will only highlight the flaws of the system and weaken their moral mandate from the vote. They can ask the EU and the Carter Center to monitor. If the govt resist, make a big deal out of it. Malaysia and the world will know what is going on on our so-called elections. Besides, if the govt have nothing to hide, surely international observers can take part.
It's not gonna be a walk in the park. They shoot people, mate, no matter how peaceful a walk or a demonstration is. I hope you know what you're doing. BTW, thanks for visiting my blog.
Saudara Rocky,Thanks for the reminder.I have noticed something on national TV the past two nights. Tune in tonight, just in case...Read about it here: http://enarip.blogspot.com
"Kembalikan hak Rakyat"Bukankah Rakyat yang memberi 90%mandat kepada BN hari ini? - da real deal_________________________________To be exact, it was 64% of the voters that gave UMNO-led BN 92% of parliamentary seats.In 1999, BN only got 54% but still maintain 2/3 majority. So the culprit here is SPR. Not whether the rakyat voting BN or not.
Bro all the best and good luck. Too bad I can't join in the rally...I wish I could...Salam..Hesmel Faznee Faisal."There is something rotten in Malaysia..."
Facts * Rasa Sayange was believed to be written by a Malukunese named Paulus Pea. His little brother, 93 year-old Edward Pea, is one of the living witness of this historical fact. There is no written proof for this. * The use of 'e' at the end of 'Sayange' is a unique dialect of Ambonese Malay, which distinguish them with the other tribes in Malay Archipelago. * "Rasa Sayange" song was recorded by PT Lokananta, Solo, Indonesia on August 15, 1962 on gramophone disc. The master copy of this first record is still kept by PT Lokananta. This is known as the first recording of this song in the world. * The gramophone disc was distributed as souvenirs to the participants of the 1962 Asian Games IV in Jakarta, and the "Rasa Sayange" song was one of the Indonesian folklores on the disc, together with other folklores such as Sorak-sorak Bergembira, O Ina ni Keke and Sengko Sengko Dainang * Since 1960's "Rasa Sayange" song has been introduced to kindergarten children, making it one of the most popular folklores in Indonesia. * In 2007, Malaysia controversially claims this song as a Malay Archipelago folklore.
i ll come in black
harap2 kali ini, Raja-raja tidak sekali lagi mengecewakan rakyat.Jangan lupa, golongan bangsawan ini bersama UMNOlah yang telah bersekongkol dengan British untuk mengenepikan Perlembagaan cadangan rakyat pada tahun 1947.Golongan bangsawan dan UMNOlah yang telah menjadi talibarut British sehingga penjajah berani menutup mata terhadap tentangan rakyat melalui 'Hartal' (mogok) besar-besaran di seluruh Malaya pada 20/10/07 itu.Harap2, raja-raja yang ada sekarang ini dapat bertaubat daripada kesilapan nenek moyang mereka dahulu itu, dengar dan berpihaklah kepada tuntutan rakyat jelata!