Sunday, July 10, 2011

Before everything is too late. #bersih

This is really frustrating when you seriously listen to how their conversation goes. When you expect to hear some reasonable statements that the Government side would explain about, you'll end up rolling your eyes after watching this. He's arguing and sound so much like a 3 years old. Gosh.

Power of words -- I love how Desmond describe the whole situation. Credits to what he said:
We all want to hear what is the government's side of the story. But when the chance comes, you handle an interview with no grace whatsoever, contradict yourself and then proceed to accuse Al-Jazeera of "helping other forces". I feel that the interviewer posed some very good questions that we would all like to hear the answers to. And the info minister botches a chance to explain the actions taken by arguing like a toddler. Frustrating.

Is this how it was suppose to be? How is a democratic country having violence when the people is demanding for clean politic and fair treatment?

Tear gas and blue chemical water cannon is thrown everywhere to get rid of people from the rally. Public areas such as hospital, mosque and streets were attack. Old women and men, tourist, everyone suffered from the difficulty of breathing when the cold-hearted decided to threw tear gas at them.

Whats wrong with living in peace and harmony when the government didn't even give the chance of speaking to the people?

Her determination show her dedication and love to the country despite her age.
Malaysian Lady of Liberty - She's 65-years old. Kena 4 times tear gas, 1 time blue chemical water canon" <-- in words of her daughter
Anne, from setapak, took a bus ride down to KL, ALONE, in support of the rally. she was stopped 4 times, being asked her IC, and questioned by the police on why she's wearing yellow. "why can't I wear yellow?" was her reply.
she didn't know what time the rally was scheduled to start, she didn't know where, she has no one with her; all she knew was to get down to KL, and stand for what she believes in.

She was hit by the tear gas and the people surrounding immediately offered help to her. -

Late posting is better than never. Pray for a better country to live in for the coming generation. There's no doubt I'm going to speak and demand for what I should.

Its happening in so many places, where the different races and religions unite and seek for fair and clean election. No discrimination, No fears. Lets pray and hope for the best.

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