In Solidarity with Suaram


By Martin Jalleh

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  1. #1 by yhsiew on Thursday, 20 September 2012 - 10:54 am

    His political future is hanging in the balance.

  2. #2 by SENGLANG on Thursday, 20 September 2012 - 1:26 pm

    Some time I just wonder why am I hate BN so much? What reason that I find was that how the BN government abuse their power to suppress its dissents. In this Suaram case we find a Minister is openly put Suaran on trail though it has yet to find any charge against them. He has publicly giving the impression that Suaran was being use by foreigners to interfere with Malaysia internal politic. So Suaram will be charge though no through investigations has done. The main purpose was to tarnish them in front of the people with the hope that people will believe in it. This tactic was being use by many government agencies against the people who has voice their opposite view against BN government.

    This kind of behaviour will only make people hate BN much much more.

  3. #3 by yhsiew on Thursday, 20 September 2012 - 1:53 pm

    What is unbearable is BN practices double standards and selective prosecution. Why the CCM only investigates Suaram and not NFC? Isn’t that blatant abuse of power?

  4. #4 by dagen wanna "ABU" on Thursday, 20 September 2012 - 3:07 pm

    Yes, I support suaram too!

    Buzzz off umno.

  5. #5 by bush on Thursday, 20 September 2012 - 4:21 pm

    Well. PR is getting a good publicity from those dump BN Minister for practicing double standard.

    Suaram got nothing to fear for this prosecution.

    This apply to double standard for burning the ah jib koh’s photo.

    The more they do it, the better PR going to be.

  6. #6 by bush on Thursday, 20 September 2012 - 5:37 pm

    PR should take the opportunity to organize rallies to bury the BN:-

    1) To protest against the SUARAM’s prosecution.
    2) To protest double standard practised by AG to prosecute the 19 years old girl for stepping Ah jib koh.
    3) To protest no action taken against the NFC scandal.
    4) To protest no action taken against those who responsible for the death of sabrini/teoh/kugan.
    5) To protest against MACC on why no investigation on Taib’s billion asset.
    6) To protest no action taken against those who throw red paint at Anwar’s tour bus and DAP centre.
    7) ….many more.

  7. #7 by drngsc on Thursday, 20 September 2012 - 8:45 pm

    Of course we support SUARAM. What I do not know is how to stop the persecution of SUARAM. I suppose it is a Politically motivated persecution, so the solution must also be political. I think the solution is to change the government.

    We need to change the tenant at Putrajaya. GE 13 is coming. SUARAM, endure and be patient. Your hour of delivery is coming soon. First to GE 13, then to Putrajaya.

    Change we must. Change we can. Change we will

  8. #8 by dagen wanna "ABU" on Friday, 21 September 2012 - 8:53 am

    Look at the massive public orgy session umno is organising at puduraya for jibby jib. Road blocks and diversion (complete with mobile toilets, temporary ramps, stage, audio equipment etc etc) already up since yesterday, i.e. 20/9/2012, and the session was only scheduled for (according to banners put up) 21/22 Sept. People had to endure 3-4 days of hardship because jibby jib had the need to orgy publicly.

    And when the people wanted to stage peaceful rallies, umno declared the movement illegal. Umno also did all it could to prevent those rallies by locking down the entire city. Umno event attempted to sabotage the rallies by planting parangs somewhere – which was orchestrated for a surprised disccovery by the umno police and then to be used by the police as reason to block the rallies.

    JJ1B
    RR1C!

  9. #9 by Bigjoe on Friday, 21 September 2012 - 9:15 am

    At the heart of the matter is really about change.. Either the old ways of corruption, waste and abuse of power acceptable or its about performance, rule of law, accountability, transparency..

    Its a screaming evidence of Najib adminstration is NO transformation or change but rather extending the life or holding on to the old ways of doing things.

    Like it or not, it may be the only way to stop the persecution of Suaram and continue investigation of Scorpene and Altantuya is to end Najib’s administration and possibly even UMNO rule..

  10. #10 by monsterball on Friday, 21 September 2012 - 9:32 am

    Suram wants clean Govt.
    Bersih wants clean Govt.
    Both are corrupted organizations and traitors in the eyes of the Govt.
    What a joke!

  11. #11 by monsterball on Friday, 21 September 2012 - 9:42 am

    Event conducted..unfolding daily by the Govt…for the past few months.
    Speeches made by Mahathir ..and few umno B puppets…for the past few months.
    Are signs of crooks having no other options….but keep to keep trying hard to catch suckers…like one selling fake products…keep proving ow good their goods are.
    As long as they are talks talks talks….let them speak and let PR politicians keep exposing them.
    People Power will speak with their votes….that is..presuming…13th GE will materialized.
    Never underestimate Najib’s unreliable promises.
    People Power will stay patient and composed…going about with their daily lives.
    Najib tries funny…be totally irresponsible…he will be asking for big big trouble.

  12. #12 by dagen wanna "ABU" on Friday, 21 September 2012 - 1:07 pm

    Change brings hope.
    Of course, change is never without risk.
    But hey, risk means opportunities.

    In any case, 55 yrs of rot and umno rubbish is more than enough. Now we want change. We want new hope and new opportunities for a brighter and better future – for everyone and for the country. We dont need banglas. We dont need indons. We dont need filipinos. Just ourselves and malaysia for malaysians only.

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