Tuesday, January 3, 2012

first day of 2012

Two incidents happened in the first day of 2012, first: student protesting AUKU in front of UPSI; second: RPK's latest interview on NST.

Don't get me wrong, I do not change my mind, neither do I abandon my belief forging for better Malaysia.

I am reading comments from all over the cyberspace, here's what I get:

Almost everyone criticizing the Police for its excessive force trying to disperse students in protest.

As usual, immediately in my mind that the Police has over-reacted in this case, and I think I need to express my concern, thus, I called the Tanjung Malim Police Station to tell the officer that I am not happy with the way police handle the students.

Yes, the officer told me their version of the story, but I keep insisting there must be a better way to resort the matter instead of using force.

OK, you probably think this is over. Not yet. I then searched for videos of the incident, watch carefully, and I noticed that the Police is giving the protesters 15 minutes to disperse. During the time, some students climbing the main gate, and the fence of UPSI, I can hear clearly that these students shouting to people inside the UPSI compound, asking them to open the gate, and call them "anjing" (dogs).

Hey! I told myself, isn't the student protesting AUKU? What is the significant of climbing the fence and gate? What is the significant of UPSI staff being called "dogs" and required to open their door for the students?

My stand is clear. The students want a revolution, please declare, I have no problem. If the students wanted a protest and building pressure from public sympathy, then why have to act as if they are just like UMNO's tugs?

As for RPK. Many accused, even claimed that RPK turncoat, traitor, whatever. One PKR member even threaten to expose RPK daughter's illicit photos.

Have RPK done anything wrong expressing his view? You may disagree with him, just like I disagree with him that Malaysia cannot have Tahrir Square because Chinese are afraid. If so, why not debate the issue of your disagreement instead of resorting to threatening or smearing him?

Isn't all of you "Freedom Fighters" claimed you are better than UMNO in one way or another? But why do you need to resort to UMNO's tactics of smearing/threatening, or whatever tactics that you accused your enemy did to you on RPK?

Why can't you be like Haris Ibrahim, state your point, it is done, case closed.

I would probably get killed by you people if you know what I've told Anwar in Jun 2008.

I told him: Datuk Seri, in my opinion you better die in jail, then the country will tear UMNO down.

Yes, exact words, so I am too, turncoat, traitor, whatever.....

What a pity!


  1. I wonder why u said that to Anwar.. haha

  2. Just a simple reason: I was jokingly telling him what I have in mind, yes, I did explain why I came to this conclusion. Kak Wan was around too.

  3. I see. I can understand your joke. Thank a lot for your sharing. I learnt something.