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How Can Bersih Rally is illegal?

Najib and his gangs called Bersih Rally an illegal gathering is another “boleh”.

Can Hisham’s bumi special position in the constitution be declared illegal? Obviously not.

Then how could freedom of speech and expression, a provision in the constitution illegal? Police Act limits public gathering to 5 persons is unconstitutional and undemocratic.

What threat to national security for 50,000 people gathered in the Merdeka Stadium? Our idiotic ministers and police chief argued 50,000 people will jam up the downtown, then how Micheal Jackson and other concerts in Merdeka Stadium ran smoothly in the past?

A petrol station kiosk in Jalan Sultan Ismail remains open for business. This kiosk was running very good business from the presence of about 10,000 demonstrators. No robbery and break in incidents were reported, every one queue up to make payment unlike rioting scene as seen in TV3.

Najib and his gangs have shown gross disrespect to our King by questioning his majesty’s power of giving audience to Bersih organizer, locking down the Istana and blocking access roads to Merdeka Stadium and turning an indoor gathering to street demonstrations.

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Alberto says:

The theme was the same in all the BN-controlled papers: the turnout of Bersih 2.0 was small; the gathering was taken over by Pakatan Rakyat’s (PR) reformasi group and, unlike what the Bersih organisers promised, it was an unruly mob and the police were very professional.

The Star had the cheek to say “Game Over”, and its pseudo journalist Wong Chun Wai also hammered Bersih. These newspaper bosses must be congratulating themselves, happy at the praises received from their political masters. Some may even be thinking about a Datukship or Tan Sriship.

When you whacked Bersih, you were whacking me and the guy next door: your readers. You were insulting your readers by saying that only 6,000 people turned up. The YouTube shows up the NST, Star, China Press, Utusan Malaysia and TV3 (you said that protesters were paid RM200 to attend the march) for the lying scum that you are.

Every sentence damning the people who turned out for the Bersih rally was aimed at your readers. Every inaccurate headline and report in the newspaper was an insult to the thousands who turned out for a noble cause.

In most enlightened countries, it is the media who fight for noble causes. In Malaysia, they are doing the dirty work of a repressive regime and insulting the people who pay their salaries.