Saturday, June 22, 2013


The Minority (47%) PM had nothing to say……he delegated the KL Police chief who claimed that organisers of the ‘Black 505' rally today have ordered its participants to "provoke" authorities who are stationed at Padang Merbok and the seven gathering points, with the purpose of "creating a riot". HERE

The Majority (51%) PM yesterday said:

Ignore these threats. It is your constitutional right to assemble peacefully. Your lives cannot be dictated by the police, or UMNO or the Prime Minister.

Tomorrow marks our 15th Black 505 rally. It is your right to demand that the Election Commission heads step down for the widespread fraud. The ink was not indelible and that itself is a crime but tomorrow’s rally will leave an indelible imprint in our history. Your children and my children and the future generations to come will remember it.

They will remember that in spite of the odds, the obstacles and the pitfalls along the way, we soldiered on. They will remember that hand in hand we walked through the storm – peace loving Malaysians from all races and backgrounds young and old united in seeking and demanding fairness, justice, and what is rightly due to us.

History has shown that leaders who hold on power through illegitimate means will sooner or later be brought to justice by the power of the people. This is a power drawn from the inalienable rights conferred by the Constitution. They cannot take these rights away from you because they are fundamental to a nation governed by the rule of law. The UMNO-BN government is not your master and cannot determine your future.

By the will of God, the future of this nation lies in your hands. So, when tomorrow comes, let us all be there to make our date with destiny.


Anonymous said...

History has shown that leaders who hold on power through illegitimate means will sooner or later be brought to justice by the power of the people.

you are talking about the DAP election?

A Bad Boy said...


No question about it - those criminals in the EC must go.

Razif said...

Can no longer trust the 47% PM and his mouthpiece Utusan.

Utusan lied regarding reduction of car prices

UMNO’s right-wing daily Utusan Malaysia is embroiled in yet another misreporting, this time with a claim that several brands of cars have now become cheaper for Malaysian buyers.

The claim was immediately denied by European carmakers Volkswagen and Peugeot after the paper said their prices were slashed this year.

Ellese A said...

Anwar can't even show evidence and prove fraud in the courts. He should resign for telling lies. Indelible ink does not in any stretch of imagination tantamount to fraud. Incompetence yes. But to lie and cry of fraud is really fraudulent itself. Rubbish propaganda.

Anonymous said...

Where's the proof? Where are the 40,000 banglas?
You guys must be bunch of gullibles.

Anyway, according to Anwar Ibrahim , nurul izzah had gone to the moon last week. You will have to believe him. He does not have to present any proof on that. You will just have to trust his words. Just like 40,000 banglas, sept 16, arsenic, altantuya and the rest.

Anonymous said...

Malaysian government is very slow to react to the haze problem.

Perhaps Malaysian companies (owned by cronies) are behind the oil palm platation in Sumatra that slash and burn causing the haze?

Anonymous said...

Since 'delible ink' was used at GE13 in place of indelible ink, the GE13 should be declared null & void. The old EC team should resign and a new EC team takes over. The electoral should be cleaned up and a fresh election should be held after the electoral roll is accepted by all parties.