Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Zahid Hamidi Gives Warning

Last Friday was the Seremban leg of the Black 505 rally and according to Media Rakyat, there were 50,000 people who came out to give support to Pakatan Rakyat.

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Obviously, all these rallies are causing UMNO a lot of anxiety and worry, so on Monday, Home Minister Zahid Hamidi threatened the rakyat by announcing that the government will not be issuing warnings anymore but will act sternly against individuals whose actions disrupt public order. He is a fool – there has been absolutely no trouble at these rallies, so what was he going on about?

Anyway, despite the false claim that the pro-Opposition, pro-rakyat rallies were dominated by Chinese – actually, all evidence point to a very multi-racial crowd – the next Black 505 venue raised eyebrows. The Tuesday rally was the seventh in the series nationwide to date. It was held in a typical small town in the Malay heartland called Kota Sarang Semut (in Kedah) where 50,000 people had gathered outside the state PAS headquarters. Naturally, those who came were mostly Malays.


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People power seems to be getting louder and stronger. There’s no stopping it!

I am just thinking. I believe Zahid meant what he said about those who rejected BN should leave the country. In that case, 51.78% of the people aged 21 and above are directly affected. All these Malays, Chinese, Indians, Dayaks, Kadazans and others who had thrown their support behind PR will have to say goodbye to Malaysia. Maybe he wants it to happen. Then he and the other scheming UMNO devils can bring in planeloads of Bangladeshis, Pakistanis, Indonesians, Myanmaris, Nepalis and other illegals into Malaysia in order to help UMNO cling on to power in future elections.

There were also expressions of solidarity with Adam Adli Abdul Halim – he is still languishing in the Jinjang police station lock-up. See this FMT video clip on the candlelight vigil and protest organized to support the student activist:

But having rallies, even if they bring people together to serve the purpose of pointedly telling the government that the rakyat is serious about change, about reform – it is not enough. We must do more. Are we ready? Are we prepared to make sacrifices? Can more Adam Adlis step forward? Time to stand up and be counted!

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