Sunday, July 3, 2011

Running away from chaos

Rallies to go on in spite of top cop's warning

KUALA LUMPUR: Despite the stern warning from Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar yesterday, the organisers of all three rallies on July 9 will be going ahead with their plans.

Bersih 2.0 rally organiser Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan said she would meet with Ismail today to discuss matters relating to the rally and would address the public further after the meeting.

"But as it stands, Bersih will continue with the gathering," she said.

Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin said the wing's counter-rally to Bersih would go on, "no matter what happens".

The Rembau member of parliament also took a dig at Ismail, saying the police should not threaten the people. "It is incumbent upon the police to protect citizens and not to threaten them."

Khairy said many protocols were in place for people going to the rally under Umno Youth's banner.

"We have had many safety and security briefings to make sure Umno Youth will not contribute to violent acts on July 9," he said, adding that "crowd control officers" would be among the wing's people.

Khairy will be sailing to Gaza on a humanitarian mission at the time of the rally, so Umno Youth information chief Datuk Rizal Merican will head the gathering.

Meanwhile, Pertubuhan Pribumi Perkasa Negara (Perkasa) vice-president Musli Oli said the police could arrest as many people as they wanted, but it would not change their message.

"The people are no longer afraid because we are becoming increasingly aware of our rights to freedom to choose our government."

In a surprising deviation from what his president, Datuk Ibrahim Ali, has been saying, Musli said he believed Perkasa and Umno Youth should join forces with Bersih.

"If there is dishonesty on the government's part, all political parties must band together to correct that error, in this case, unfair election processes," he said.

Ibrahim could not be reached for comment.

Taken from The New Straits Times

It is a bit paradoxical when Umno Youth is going ahead with the rally when the UMNO Youth Chief, Khairy Jamaluddin is nowhere to be seen.

He will be safe and sound on board a flotilla sailing to Gaza on a humanitarian mission at the time of the rally. I am sure that no Israeli soldier will shoot at him because he's a VIP (very irritating Pu**mak)....

But if he is shot in the head, then what can I say? Bravo you Jews! You have surely done us a good service by eliminating him.

So, it seems like UMNO Youth Chief have gone MIA (missing in action) on that day where Patriot will go head to head with Bersih. Such a cowardice act by the UMNO Youth Chief.

I can't even bear to write his name twice because I feel like vomitting. Uwek! Uwek! Uwek!

An obvious hit and run action by this dude is now a signature to those who studies his modus operandi.

By far, he excelled Anwar Ibrahim in strides and Anwar is the one who should be learning a trick or two from him instead. That is if Anwar wants to be a Prime Minister before the age of 40.

And Anwar had passed that prime age where he will be a competent Prime Minister because he has not yet proven himself to be a efficient leader in PKR or even Pakatan Rakyat.

An old person should not become a Prime Minister because he will be senile and forget that he is a CIA agent, so he is definitely out.

Old, wrinkled person like Anwar Ibrahim should definitely give way to a much younger generation like the UMNO Youth Chief who have gone MIA.

This is because you could drop dead tomorrow after having a heart attack while fuc**ng a "China Doll" and someone younger has a longer life span.

Surely a mentor could sacrifice the position for his apprentice.

BerSHIT and PASHIT are indifferent about Malaysia

Illegal rally may lead to RM1.2b losses

KUALA LUMPUR: The Tourism Ministry yesterday urged organisers of the Bersih 2.0 rally to call it off as the industry could lose about RM1.2 billion.

Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen said the July 9 rally would not only have a negative impact on the tourism industry but the country's economy.

"The rally will cause a security threat and we would lose about 20 per cent in tourism revenue," she said after chairing a meeting with major tourism industry players at the Malaysian Tourism Centre yesterday.

Dr Ng said in July last year the country had received a total of 2.2 million tourists who spent nearly RM6 billion.

She said she had also received information about a group of travel agents from China who were now hesitant about coming to Malaysia after reading about the rally.

"We do not know how bad it would get. Someone could accidentally kick another person and this could end up hurting a lot of people," she said.

Dr Ng said such a situation would affect the income of taxi drivers, small business owners, restaurants and paint a bad image of the country.

Tourism associations represented at yesterday's meeting included the Malaysian Spas Association, Malaysian Chinese Tourism Association, Malaysian Association of Hotel Owners and Malaysian Association of Hotels. All agreed that the planned rally should not take place.

Association of Malaysian Spas vice-president Ramona Suleiman said many tourists from Saudi Arabia feared for their safety.

"They are here on holiday to relax and reports about the rally scare them. My business will surely suffer that week," she said.

Malaysian Chinese Tourism Association president Paul Paw said he would be meeting directors from the China National Travel Organisation to clarify safety issues.

"The (Chinese) government body called for the meeting as they are afraid of the worst that could happen when a group of delegates arrive next month," he said.

Paw said the group of 100 travel agents from China are to arrive here on July 10 for a conference to take place on July 12.

"If they decide not to come, we may lose about RM1 million on top of a bad reputation that will follow," he said.

Malaysian Association of Hotels vice-president Christina Toh said the Kuala Lumpur chapter had lodged a police report against the movement and will be writing to other chapters to do the same.

Taken from The New Straits Times

Do you seriously think that the motherfu**ers in BerSHIT or PASHIT would give a damn about the country losing RM1.2 billion?

I don't think so. That is why they are defiant and will continue to go for the illegal Bersih rally come this 9th July 2011.

They are a bit slow that is why they can be used as a pawn by the hidden hands who would love to see this country be blown to bits and pieces.

If they want to do that, so can we. And we can be worst than those motherfu**ers if it's war that they want, than a war is what they are going to get. We will see who will win this war!

The question is that will the faint-hearted in PAS go through with it and will encounter the Perkasa members and the Pemuda UMNO aka Patriot?

I am sure they will put the women and children in front as a body shield because they are timid and will not die for anything or anyone.

The cowards in PAS are actually like NATO (no action talk only). If they are really brave, why don't they join the International Freedom Flotilla to Gaza and die as a martyr (or in Malay "Syahid") there instead of creating internal conflict in the country?

Surely that is much more honourable than becoming traitors of their own religion, race and nation???

Proves that those motherfu**ers are only brave when it comes to fighting their own kind, the Malay Muslims, but are pusillanimous when it comes to fighting the infidels when in actuality they are the sidekicks of the communists.

Academicians and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO) believe that since 2,000 reports had been made about the illegal rally, the police should arrest the culprits under the Internal Security Act (ISA).