EARLIER blogger Mustafa K Anuar wrote:
Wishing those ‘Jerit cyclists’ all the best in their endeavour to cycle for change. Hope they will no longer meet anymore ‘obstacles’ on their way to their final destination, Parliament. This Queen number (video) is dedicated to them.
Then we received this posting from SUARAM;
The police arrested 16 activists, including a 13-year-old Malay boy, involved in the JERIT The People, A Force For Change Cycling campaign at the SUARAM office in Skudai, Johor at about 9am.
And we neither had started cycling nor had BREAKFAST!
In their ZEAL, the police arrested two Parti Sosialis Malaysia Central Committee members, Selvam and Sivarajan, outside the office, which is located on the first floor a shop lot.
Five SUARAM Johor Bahru volunteers were also arrested after the police searched the office. Initially, SUARAM was reluctant to let the police into the premises but the police threatened to break down the door. In the end, SUARAM opened the door.
Currently about 35 teenagers, aged 14 and above, and about 10 JERIT and SUARAM volunteers are effectively under house arrest as we are not allowed to leave the office.
When contacted, Deputy Inspector-General of Police Datuk Ismail Omar says he needs to check the details of the case and is sure there is a good reason for the police wanting to force entry
AND NOW THIS ALSO CANNOT.....
And ANIL NETTO confirms:
The Jerit cycling team have again be stopped, this time at a police road-block in
They were them that they would not be allowed to do any cycling in
Earlier this morning, at a joint press conference held by Jerit and the
A similar situation occurred in Kedah, where Kedah state exco member Ismail Salleh flagged off the cycling team in Alor Star for the start of their journey to Putrajaya. But one of them, Ruben s/o Loganathan, was arrested near Kulim yesterday and released on police bail hours later.
Meanwhile, over in Johor, the Jerit cycling team have handed in their memorandum to the political secretary to the Johor Mentri Besar. When they arrived at the gates of the state government building, Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim, they found it padlocked with a chain even though the MB’s office acknowledged receipt of their notice on 3 December that they would be coming today, according to a Jerit report. State opposition leader Boo Cheng Hau, also received a memorandum from the cyclists.
About 50 cyclists are making their way up north to Parliament where they are expected to meet up with the 45 cyclists on their way south.
WHAT CAN WE EXPECT NEXT?
And some of you still do not believe that the country is in distress.....you may be right....we are not in distress BUT WE ARE DEFINITELY SLIDING (physically and literally.....) for starters, 2 landslides in 24hours....and don't give us that Samy shit again, will ya?
TOO MANY BANANA SKINS AROUND AND WE ARE ALL SKIDDING?
PEKATAN RAKYAT.....HURRY UP YOU FELLOWS.
BANANA IS A LAXATIVE....NO WONDER.