I must say under Najib this land has become heaven on earth for dissents of any kind.Malaysians are now more attune to go onto the streets to expressly exacerbate their grievances against the government.
There were Bersih 1 and Bersih 2. Bersih 3 is in the offing, if everything goes well, the senile National Laureate Pak Samad says he expects 500,000 Malaysians to throng Merdeka Square on 28 April demanding immediate reforms for free and fair elections.
I don't see the massive turnout happening if the government allow the protest to go on without police interference.If they want Merdeka Square, give it to them, if anything broke make sure the organisers pay for it, if there were massive littering which require costly cleaning up, make sure the organisers pay for it too.Don't expect other taxpayers to pay for these people to "shiok sendiri"
DO NOT SEND IN YOUR MASSIVE POLICE FORCE FOR CROWD CONTROL, JUST A TOKEN IN CASE OF TROUBLE AND MAKE SURE THEY ARE NOT VISIBLE.
I doubt if they can get 50,000 mules, let alone 500,000.
Some 300 students, almost all Malays, demonstrated for the abolishment PTPTN carrying wreaths of Prime Minister Najib and the Minister of Higher Education Mohd Khaled Nordin after being brainwashed by the humbugging Anwar Ibrahim.These less than qualified Malay students were lucky the government still give them soft loans to further their tertiary education.
The video below shows they did not demonstrate against the PTPTN but exhibiting "kurang ajar" behaviour.Should you Malaysians sympathise with this kind rudeness.They are not interested in education. Obtrusively, they are stooges of Anwar and the oppositions.There was not a single word mentioned about PTPTN in the video.It's about their longing demise of Najib,Rosmah,BN and not forgetting to bring back the ghost of the poor dead lady Altantuya.
Though, they do not represent the majority of Malays students, it's bad that they strayed from the original motivation, education! The government should recall the loans given to those who participated in the demonstration.
Who says Malaysia is not free?
(All photos courtesy of Papagomo)