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Monday, August 29, 2016


 ‘‘Aku Melayu’ has no meaning when facing a crowd of mostly Malay protesters.’
Tangkap MO1 rally ends with ‘Najib’ effigy forced behind bars
Just a Malaysian: This is significant step – the TangkapMO1 rally was initiated and led by young Malay students, the future bearers of all debts caused by this generation.
With such a crowd, Umno has no way to call it a Chinese uprising and to use Sungai Besar Umno division chief Jamal Md Yunos Jamal (aka red shirts) to threaten the Chinese with blood and all.
‘Aku Melayu’ has no meaning when facing a crowd of mostly Malay protesters.
Kim Quek: Kudos to the students who have courageously defied the oppressive authorities to have gloriously demonstrated that they are at the forefront to defend the country from the reckless plunderer.
Their clarion call to arrest the allegedly corrupt leader should have sent a chill down his spine, taking into consideration that traditionally, in emerging countries, many a corrupt autocrat has been toppled by student demonstrations.
It is hoped that the torch lit by student activists would continue to burn and catalyse a mass movement among the student fraternity that will significantly help to bring sweeping changes that will save this country from the evil grip of the corrupt regime.
Truth: Why are the authorities so afraid of students? All they wanted is to catch the crooks who allegedly stole billions belonging to Malaysians.
It’s the students who are the true heroes. Those who are protecting Malaysian Official 1 (MO1) are traitors.
Anonymous #37634848: Kuala Lumpur City Hall’s (DBKL) action seems designed to provoke the peaceful rally-goers.
Why can’t the authorities allow the students to rally in Merdeka Square?
Clever Voter: Public protest is part of democracy. Indeed, why aren’t students allowed to protest?
History tells us that corrupt regimes could be toppled by a simple protest. Ask the Iranians, South Americans and even the Filipinos. But our country’s elites are less convinced this will bring change.
It’s the opportunity cost for the nation as we have to accept that the money is gone forever. Never mind the bad image, the world will still do business with us.
Nevertheless, we are assured that there is hope that some of us will find the courage to bring the much-needed change. Like everything, it comes with a price.
Senior: I am happy the crowd is mainly Malays. They understand, unlike Umno, which is no longer for Malays.
RM2.6 Billion Turkey Haram: Najib Razak can no longer deny the allegations.
Look at the posters at the rally. All of them accused him directly of the wrongdoings. With such negative perception, how can he possibly be effective as PM?
He cannot advise people to be honest, especially when he fails to explain truthfully the billions of ringgit found in his private bank accounts. He also cannot ask people to be thrifty when his wife flies in style around the world.
Even when Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s popularity was at its lowest ebb, there were not as many allegations of scandals.
Ferdtan: This TangkapMO1 rally should worry the Umno government more than any other rallies as it was organised by the young university students themselves. The authorities cannot play racial sentiment anymore; unlike in the Bersih 4 rally.
Though the rally was not huge at this early stage of the movement, if it continues with steadfast resolve, it may turn out to be big next time.
Forty years have passed since the student movements of the 60s and 70s, the cycle is ripe for a repeat.
Student leaders, including Anis Syafiqah Mohd Yusof, your destiny is at your doorsteps. Continue the fight for the country.
Anonymous 2362021442199789: I watched Nightline on TV3 on Saturday night. Not a peep on the modest but momentous TangkapMO1 rally.
It marks the awakening of our students to the travails of the nation as a result of the avarice of a leader, his family and cronies. It has earned us the humiliating label of the world’s No 1 kleptocracy.
The students taking to the streets are a 100 times braver than some keyboard warriors, who are not only non-supportive but also choose to belittle their efforts. Hopefully, these students form the vanguard of a growing movement to bring about the necessary changes through the ripple effect.
As for the controlled mainstream media, perhaps one day they will be ‘forced’ to report that MO1 has finally being identified, apprehended and duly charged to account for his heinous crimes.
Maybe then we can recall Aug 27, 2016, as the day when the conscience of the nation was finally invoked by a group of brave, young Malaysians.

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