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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Ops Lallang II has begun!?

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1350: Police still at the Bersih office and they want to question the seven staff in the office.

1230pm: Police are raiding the Bersih secretariat in Petaling Jaya now.

About 15 police officers, including camera crew, are at the scene as at 12.20pm. They are taking photos of ICs and confiscating leaflets, T-shirts, banners, and a video camera.

A lawyer and a board member of Empower, which is the secretariat for Bersih, are at the scene.

This morning, 14 people wearing Bersih T-shirts and leafleting in Sungai Siput were detained. Among them were two Perak State Assembly members, Leong Mee Meng of and Chang Li Kang of PKR.

At 2.30pm, it is the turn of Irene Fernandez, Maria Chin and Hisham Rais to be questioned at Dang Wangi.
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DESIDERATA: I have had written several posts with disdain regarding the behaviour and misdirected action of the Royal Malaysian Police --relating to Sodomy2, Datuk T case from beginning till the court fiaisco ending with the three stooges-elevated-to-heroes-status by their counsel and majistrate! -- tis latest action against the chief protagonist-organiser of July 9 MARCH for Clean and Fair Elections, with the raid of Bersoh2.0 office, Desi believes it's the official Ops Lallang 2 being put into action. I wonder tomyself: Will be see the number surpassing Ops Lallang I's 106 detentions? The greater the number, the barometer of a HIGHER reading theINSECURITY OF PM NAJIB TUN RAZAK IN FACING 13TH GE, that's my humble inference.

At a BUM2011 evening foreum on June 11 recently, I told Bersih2.0 chief should she be hosted as a government'sguest at Kamunting, I'd tapau someKFC for her. She quipped that she's vegetarian. I think I must start growing some cucumber,tapioca,ladies' finger in my house front patch of noman-s land soil though Desi is NOT green fingers.

To ALL Bersih2.0 committee members, Desi says: Stay the course, BUMmer Desi and several Bloggers are aweways dare with you! God save us from a semi-POLICE STATE UMNO REGIME! Amen/Amin.


And from the Malaysian Mirror, you will find professional ball carriers aiming for fasttrack promotion and Datukship are marching in -- and I also read about the God-saken wheel-chair-bound-ally-of-soul'dout-Perak-ADUN Chandra Muzaffar among the Cheers Leaders loudest for UMNO!

Call For Tough Action Against Illegal Rally Organisers

Wednesday, 29 June 2011 06:12

KUALA LUMPUR - The government has been urged to crackdown on troublemakers planning the July 9 illegal rally including detaining them under the Internal Security Act (ISA).

Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO) and academicians believe that firm and tough action is needed as police have received about 2,000 reports from all levels of society objecting to the rally.

They said the police reports lodged by various parties show that they are concerned for safety and public order in the country.

International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) law lecturer Dr Sham Rahayu Abdul Aziz
said no party can guarantee safety and security if the rally of over 500,000 people takes place.

"If some of the hundreds of thousands of people create trouble and extreme provocation like throwing stones, there will certainly be chaos."

Dr Sham Rahayu asked authorities to consider invoking the ISA as it is deemed necessary preventive measure before the damage is done.

Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) Political and International Studies lecturer Md Shukri Shuib said ISA is the best option to prevent the rally seen to have subversive elements.

The Home Ministry must be wary of the organisers who are hiding behind slogans to clean-up the Election Commission but the reality is that their action will raise tension .

"The organisers must realise that not only the ruling party is against the rally but also Hindraf splinter Makkal Sakhti, independent consensus in parliament and KITA led by Zaid Ibrahim, a former PKR leader.

"The 2,000 police reports prove that majority of the people are against the rally. It is no longer a question between the government and the
opposition," he said.

Shukri said the willingness of the military to assist police if requested should be seen as a high probability for an emergency situation.

On June 18, Armed Forces Chief, Gen Zulkifeli Mohd Zin said it is ready to deploy troops to control public order at the rally.

He said it is better to use ISA before damage occurs because ATM's willingness to intervene shows there is tendency towards implementation of the Emergency (Public Order and Prevention of Crime) Ordinance 1969.

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) Visiting Professor Salleh Buang said although the rally organisers claim it will be ruly, mob behavior will surely be triggered.

He said the probability of chaos breaking out during the rally is high.

"Prevention is better than cure. The ISA should be used with care because certain quarters will manipulate that Malaysia is undemocratic and prevent freedom of speech," he added.

Chairman of Malaysian Malay Consultative Council Prof Dr Kamarudin Kachar said the illegal rally will destroy the country.

"We don't want this to happen just because of one stubborn person. Immediate action must be taken before it spread to millions of people."

Dr Kamarudin who is also Malay Professional Thinkers Malaysia president said the rally should be prevented as there are elements of a power grab and revival of communism.

Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) youth chief Shamsul Iskandar told a crowd at PKR headquarters in Petaling Jaya on Monday that the people can bring down the government through election or street protest.

His speech was broadcasted by TV3's Bulletin Utama on the same day and uploaded on YouTube.


DESIDERATA: I will try to doa Commentary on that toadie Chandra M if I have the spare time -- will you pay Desi a dime to read his effort? I don't get JUST desserts amounting to millions for my writHing skills you know, unlike some wheel-chair-bound medicine-pedlars who know their Hi-Prize-Price! RM24million, anywan? Philanthropist Vincent Tan just listed by Forbes still has billons in his war-chest to gift out millions if you can get a UMNO bigSHORT to nominate ye!:(

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