Monday, July 4, 2011


No one is guilty of his or her thought. No sin is committed if it is not yet implemented. That is what ISLAM teaches us, not something coming out of my mouth.

So, it is ludicrous, to say the least, to arrest someone wearing a T-shirt with something written on it, something that is so innocent such as the word 'Bersih'.

I am no politician, but being an altruist and a strict defender of the innocents and the underdogs, I detest all forms of actions that are not according to the Law. I hate it when the 'strong' act on the weak just because they fear of the weak wrestling away their power.

I have seen it all. How a peaceful rally turned ugly after it was provoked.

All I want of my country is to respect its citizens' right to voice their feeling, even though it may not be pleasant to the government.

I want MALAYSIA to be a first class country in all aspects of life.

Let them be. Allow them to rally peacefully. Be tough with them only, and only if they become unruly.


Iris said...

uzueVery true Dato'

Iris said...

typo mistakes
It should be 'Very true Dato'

azahar said...

It always irritates me hearing them bamboozling and twisting people into believing that they are out to topple the government...

azahar said...

When His Majesty The Yang DiPertuan Agong has consented for the rally to be organized in the stadium, there are comments from you know who against the very idea. Even the main electronic media.

I wonder when will Malaysians dare to speak out or think on their own, free from propaganda.