RAIS Yatim said some of the participants were paid RM50 each to wear a yellow-coloured T-shirt and join the rally.
You have no proof of this. I was one of the 91 banned from the city on that day but I went in the day before and my one night stay in a budget hotel was paid by a FRIEND and not by Bersih
We donated to Bersih but we particularly donated to PAS who appealed for funds to house their people coming from out of State. When the cheque of RM3000 was given at PAS HQ, the front desk asked us how the receipt should be addressed. Our donor-rep wrote this on the receipt:
Again you have no proof of this but we have proof that the PDRM feted our comrades who were arrested with nasi bryaini and fried chicken. We were reliably informed by our friends in PDRM that it was meant for Khairi’s boys. It would not look good if they were given preferential treatment so the food was re-ordered for all arrested. It was staged of course and your boot-licking MSM made capital of this magnanimity. Of course we all had a good laugh, if you did not know!
"This proves that the action taken by those wearing the yellow shirts or their leaders was moved by political rewards," he said after breaking fast with residents in Felda Lui Timur in Jempol today.
How dare you spred this lie during a break fast session in this holy month? And you think you can bluff Felda people? You have lost it, if ever you had it! Honesty and credibility, that is!
Meanwhile, the minister also called on the public, especially the Bersih 2.0 rally participants, to learn the lessons from the London riots.
The British goons, criminals, thugs and looters SHOULD learn from the Bersih participants whose only “crime” was to wear yellow tees or kick back tear gas canisters to the police.
Look at the courtesy showed by the Royal Malaysia Police when dealing with the Bersih protestors and controlling the situation during the rally as compared to what happened in London," he said.
He said the police in other countries would not hesitate to use brutal tactics in enforcing the law in their country, but the Malaysian police had displayed high level of patience and tolerance despite being provoked and bad-mouthed by aggressive demonstrators.
COURTESY? Is this how the police dealt with and controlled the situation. In London, the water cannons were not commissioned. Don’t be embarrassed by these: