3-day nefarious Operation Democracy Tree plaque vandalism–desecration completed

Vandalism and desecration of the Democracy Tree plaque has been completed in a three-day nefarious operation.

There is now not a trace of the Democracy plague or relic at the historic Democracy Raintree in Ipoh.

Ipoh City Council workers in a lorry and tractor were sighted at the site this morning at about 7.30 am this morning to “cleanse” the site, removing every bit and piece of the Democracy Monument.

Even the signposts for the five Democracy saplings were not spared.

Democracy Tree Plaque Completely Bulldozed Away

This is the work of people who are mortally afraid of a Democracy monument and Democracy Tree – not realizing that they should be more afraid of the Democracy spirit in the hearts and minds of Perakians and Malaysians

The nefarious three-day operation to complete the vandalism and desecration of the Democracy plaque has only highlighted the fundamental legitimacy problem of the usurper Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Zambry Abdul Kadir as well as the legitimacy of the impending sixth Prime Minister of Malaysia, Datuk Seri Najib Razak in orchestrating the divisive, undemocratic, unethical, illegal and unconstitutional power grab in Perak and neglecting his responsibilities as the Finance Minister to single-mindedly rally and unite Malaysians to tide Malaysia through the world’s worst global economic crisis in a century.

Perakians and Malaysians must tell Najib and Zambry – You can vandalise and desecrate the Democracy plaque, but you cannot quash and destroy the democracy spirit burning ever stronger in the hearts of Malaysians.

Even the former Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad has acknowledged that the power grab in Perak, orchestrated by Najib, was illegitimate, undemocratic, illegal and unconstitutional.

If Najib wants to be a Prime Minister for all Malaysians, and not just for Zambry, Umno, MCA, Gerakan, MIC, and the rest of the BN component parties, then dissolve the Perak State Assembly and return the mandate to the Perakains to choose the government they want!

Bulldozer marks where the Democracy Tree Plaque stood

  1. #1 by jimbolaysia on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 10:01 am

    This will ulitmately be the downfall of politicians that deny democracy and will of the Rakyat and does not want to wake up even after a very strong ‘wake up\ call given by the Rakyat! Regretfully, these politicians are still in denial syndrome and does not want to change for the sake of the Rakyat but only think of themselves in terms of enrichment etc… Well, we will see what happens in the next General Election of Malaysia!

  2. #2 by boh-liao on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 10:11 am

    Hey, you can’t blame people from removing the plaque and signposts. During this plague of economic recession, the plaque and signposts are worth some money to be auctioned off in eBay.

    So, look at the bright side. Some enterprising individuals, whether BN or PR supporters, may be grateful to PR for the opportunity to make some money during this hard time.

    But watch out, the poor tree may be chopped down and auctioned off branch by branch in eBay too!

  3. #3 by boh-liao on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 10:19 am

    The out-of-Umno TDM, at his old age, has this brilliant advice for NR: “Choose your Cabinet line-up carefully as corrupt leaders could lead to the demise of Umno.”

    If NR seriously takes up TDM’s advice, he will tell himself: “Cannot even choose myself. How to form a Cabinet? Mati lah. Shout up, you dirty, corrupted old man.”

  4. #4 by All For The Road on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 10:20 am

    It is so obvious who ordered the removal of the Democracy Raintree plaque in Ipoh! I suppose the next thing these people will do will be to chop down the historic and memorable tree. It will be a very sad and shameful day for democracy in Perak if it happens. To them, the tree is an eyesore and bear testimony to the illegal grab of power by the BN!
    Whatever it is, the spirit of democracy will never be doused by such acts of vandalism! Long live Democracy!

  5. #5 by yhsiew on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 10:35 am

    It is very unwise for BN to offend the electorate through vandalizing and desecrating the Democracy Tree plaque prior to the several upcoming by-elections. The damage done to BN vote by their foolish action is unimaginable.

  6. #6 by chengho on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 10:49 am

    Have they submitting anything for approval to Ipoh City council if not pls do so ,the law doesn’t diff between BN or PR
    These are not vandalism since the installation was illegal..

  7. #7 by sheriff singh on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 10:49 am

    So hardworking on an early Sunday morning. How much OT are they earning to wipe out democracy?

    Dr M merely said that the power grab by BN and Najib was done in haste and did not follow proper procedures, leading to doubts about its legitimacy.

    For all you know, the Federal Court might rule that “semua-nya OK” despite all the irregularities. They can always find some loopholes and reasons for their decision whether these be palatable or not. And Najib and Zambry will rule the day with a major victory. And the Sultan and the Royalty will be vindicated. So wait for it.

  8. #8 by sheriff singh on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 10:54 am

    Just saw the pictures. What are the flowers for? RIP?

    Didn’t you all take photos and videos of the workers in action and put it on YouTube?

  9. #9 by sheriff singh on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 10:55 am

    What has happened to the 5 saplings?

  10. #10 by ALLAN THAM on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 11:11 am

    This was normal because they know they have done something serious wrong and unethical. How can you imagine when you have done something wrong and you put up a permanent structure for all to remember your wrong doing, am sure those guys will try all out to destroy it. This shown that they have admitted thier wrong doing and shameful about what they have done.

    Whether they admit openly or not is no longer important, and whether the finding of the court is this or that also no important but the mere fact that they are so afraid of this plate of remembrance has proof everything. I am sure people will not destroy the Tugu Pahlawan as this was honor, but if the plate is for you to remember something yet people do not like it to the estent want to destroy it show it all.

    By the way the father who condone the “CORRUPT” ha sopen his golden mouth as say some thing like they are wrong to grab back Perak in that unlawful manner.

    So be patient.

  11. #11 by ALLAN THAM on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 11:13 am

    Do not be surprise too, if you see the rain tree also up rooted the next day. So you PR better assigned a GUARD to guard the tree of democracy know.

  12. #12 by ALLAN THAM on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 11:17 am

    YB kit I am really worry that thier mission has not be completed yet as i said before the train also in danger now. They may not uprooted it but surely they may put some poison on it until it rotten and fell NATURALLY??

    What you Think? All this crook will do all thing to hide their shame and this will most like happen so that once and for all their grand children will not know about this shameful episode in Perak history and Malaysia history

  13. #13 by ALLAN THAM on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 11:23 am

    aiya, may I suggest YB Kit install a Toh PEK KONG SHRINE TO GUIDE THE TREE NOW. You may install next to the house opposite the TREE. That will have an effect like even the our Iban brother in Sabah also invoke the Iban curse to freight hen off the PR

  14. #14 by old dad on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 11:23 am

    “you can vandalise and desecrate the Democracy plaque, but you cannot quash and destroy the democracy spirit burning ever stronger in the hearts of Malaysians.”

    Agreed with you Sdr Lim. Btw MBI is very selfish and unfriendly to us rate payers. When we go to pay our assesment bills,there is just a row for parking our cars, whereas the others(at least 10 rows) are reserved for their own workers.Why there are even nice covered cars parks too.(aircon carparks I’ll supposed next??)These local govt has shown us the fine example of how to treat guests.As a parent I had a hard time explaning to my children. I just had to tell them that MBI is selfish and just not worthy of our respect!

  15. #15 by k1980 on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 11:27 am

    With almost 7,000 SPM geniuses scoring 10 A1s, can they invent a weapon to eliminate Jelapang frogs? Already there is a laser gun to eradicate mosquitoes

  16. #16 by Jeffrey on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 11:31 am

    If you want to keep the symbolism of the so called ‘illegitimate, undemocratic, illegal and unconstitutional’ power grab in Perak “alive” in the minds of Perakians – and yet prevent the symbol being destroyed by vandals or carted away by Ipoh City Council workers in wee hours of the morning – you have to place that symbol, whether in the form of a tree, message or meaningful words in a prominent place where everyone can see, and yet no one could get to it!

    That place would, I imagine, be the night skies. Get the technology and the kind of projector that could beam the message up to the night skies, when it is not cloudy or raining, where all Perakians could see and be reminded of 303.

    The equipment could be placed in a roof of a private building which no outsider could access or break in without committing unlawful trespass.

    We probably have no laws prohibiting anyone from beaming “lawful” messages to the skies for all to see at this moment.

  17. #17 by OrangRojak on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 12:10 pm

    Nice idea Jeffrey, but I’m fairly sure the Aviation Authority might disagree. I think you might have your timing wrong too – I’m fairly sure if there are no clouds, there’s no projector screen. They might misunderstand the message on Mars.

    Where is the Pakatan Rakyat website? Waiting to see if PAS will form a ‘Unity Government’ first?

  18. #18 by SilverKris on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 12:24 pm

    The BN government has shown time and again for a long long time that it is immature, corrupt, intolerant of dissent and indeed beyond redemption.

  19. #19 by ALLAN THAM on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 12:46 pm

    Look at the brighter side the BN has perform some crown show to relief the worries that the people carry with them during the un-precedent financial crisis.

    Malaysian people get worry by the day as the crisis get deepen by the day. there was not any good news around the world yet this crazy guys from Bn has create such a mess at the some time a crown show so to speak.

    It was unfortunate that the head also being involved and seeing being used by the crazy bunch of people.

    So have some lough if you wish, and keep whacking you anger away during this stressful period.

    It is also reported that suicide rate is on the rise and it is going to happen very soon as the Mr. Sandwich man from the up north has predicted when the remaining hope vanish in the next 12 months when the going concern concept no longer apply to their business many will jump this route to get thing over, but in Malaysia, at least we this crown shown to watch before any one wish to chose that route.
    If any one so to chose may be can chose to jump from the Rain Tree thus create another symbolic that \democracy ‘ has died in Perak and so to say in Malaysia. May those wish to chose can jump with a plaque in their pocket. If one may afraid jumping from the tree will not serve the purpose may chose to hang instead, that will sure to achieve the purpose.

    Mean time the crown show directed by bn will be on and more series is on the pipe line.

    So if any one wish to chose to end your life in such a stupid way may have to think twice since the crown show is on going, so that you may not regret later on.

  20. #20 by monsterball on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 1:02 pm

    What do you expect from UMNO….allowing PR to expose their stupidity?
    When PR governs Malaysia…make sure it is properly documented and approved in Parliament’
    That was a historical scene never to b forgotten by future generations in history of Malaysia.
    But then..why be so surprise…UMNO have twisted Malaysian history…ignoring heroes of other races totally.
    Destroying old holy or historical sites of other races….to make sure future generations do not know the real truths and keep thinking Chinese and Indians recent immigrants….jut work got rich and stay in Malaya.
    No use to complaint. UMNO have planted false history for more than 52 years and will continue to do so..if they keep winning to govern Malaysians….by dividing us to rule and make their own race lazy and greedy for money.THe more greedy Malays are.the more Malays will need to depend on UMNO hands out…small tenders…commission…donations…this and that.

  21. #21 by ReformMalaysia on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 1:21 pm

    Probably someone can write a song on ‘ Perak’s democratic Tree’ . Nobody can vandalise or ‘remove’ a song.

  22. #22 by Godfather on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 1:25 pm

    Nowadays there is a proliferation of stickers and bills on telephone booths, public parks, lamp-posts, etc advertising money-lending, prostitution, foot massages but these are all OK compared to a harmless plaque under a tree.

    These town council people are totally beholden to BN, so when the time comes to cut down the grass, make sure you remove the roots as well.

  23. #23 by bentoh on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 1:37 pm

    I remember few months ago, the MP for Ipoh Barat, M Kulasegaran was running for Ipoh mayorship… seeing all 3 MP seats and 9 ADUNs seats under Ipoh City council are captured by the DAP…

    Alas, the PAS and PKR don’t like the idea by putting up several excuses such as “an MP shouldn’t assume a mayor’s role”… never mind the fact that we have tons of Mayors out there who at the same time are MP/State assemblypersons etc…

    The truth is, many of them reject the proposal of appointing him as mayor just because… well he’s from DAP… period…

    Anyway, the mayorship was then passed on to the “pro-BN” candidate, i.e. the pre-308 BN appointed city secretary…

    I can’t help but sniggering and thinking what would happen if the PR state government was courageous enough to just send one of their man/woman to assume the position of Ipoh Mayor…

  24. #24 by Godfather on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 2:02 pm


    I don’t think it would make a difference if someone from PR had become the Ipoh Mayor, never mind the fact that the post is an inherent conflict of interest with elected representatives. The little Napoleons will run rings around him. Wait till after the next elections, whether it is in 2013 or earlier if PR wins its court cases and abolishes the Perak assembly. Then pension off all the heads and deputy heads of departments of the town council. It’s the only way.

  25. #25 by ALLAN THAM on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 2:07 pm

    If you or me are the Major of Ipoh, you and me will do the same thing anyway. The rice bowl is more important. Just like one of the judge say something of that effect before he carry out the instruction to sack.

    This is the reality of life.

  26. #26 by Bigjoe on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 2:36 pm

    Its one thing to fight with everything you got, its quite another to fight with little principle and only thing matter is winning. Even in war, there are unacceptable conduct. These days there is even a court (ICJ) to leaders of any country who go too far. UMNO/BN political machinery is so out of control that it does not recognise these basic principle just as it has forgotten a lot of principles of the founding of this nation and its original intent.

    Why even do this? Sheer stupidity if you ask me. People are going to remember in these digital age. It just tells voters BN is just mean and ugly inside and mean and ugly people just cannot be trusted.

    Govt is not about just technicality, its about larger principles and spirit that people want to be protected from. Those Malaysian principles and spirit include being generous and tolerant even to those that hate us much less those that only want their voices heard. To be mean is not Malay, its in fact very unMalay. Most Malays would feel shameful to be part of these kinds of spirit.

    It just proves an UMNO/BN is a foreign subversive enemy of the state.

  27. #27 by wanderer on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 2:40 pm

    The circus is in town. We have a novice clown wearing a hat too big for his head! The city council employs hooligans to ‘accidentally’ remove the Democracy plague with a front end loader…with lots more of new comical attractions!
    The band master and Fat Mama eloquently dressed ready for the grand parade……
    TDM, if your mind is failing you, Najis to pick a clean cabinet?!!
    allow me to point out to you, “A good UMNO is a dead one!”

  28. #28 by KeenWatcher_01 on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 2:41 pm

    Since the BN were so afraid of this “Democratic Tree”, I suggest that Pakatan should use this “Tree” as a symbol. I am sure those agree please post your opinion to all the Pakatan leaders.

  29. #29 by frankyapp on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 3:02 pm

    Wow,total clear and clean up the democracy tree plague,it’s pretty fast for the BN government.It’s showed the efficiency of the government.It’s illegal,it said,so the demolition. You know guys,over in Kota Kinabalu,Kudat,Sandakan,Lahad datu and Tawau,we have thousands of illegal building or structures set up and dwell by illegal immigrants,but the BN just couldn’t see them.How is it guys,that the BN could see just one illegal structure and clear it immediately.It really defiles logic,and it stinks

  30. #30 by monsterball on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 3:10 pm

    I suggest PR get China to make fire crackers bursting out..with the words….”Democratic Tree” bursting out on top of the said tree….every year….making it a Perak Day holiday…once they lawfully win back their lawful rights….cutting out few holidays that keep promoting one religion..where the followers go on holidays to enjoy..instead of filling up mosques to pray.
    This shows…..vast majority Muslims…are open minded and not hypocrites..or fanatics…enjoying the holidays……as it should be.
    Good hearts does not mean you need to pray 5 times a day..in mosques. You keep praying 24 hours a day..in your mind and heart…for the rest of your life.
    How to improve..if our smart practical minds are always under control??
    Right now…it is so lawfully unlawful… confusing Malaysians…in so many issues….showing clear signs…UMNO is desperate.

  31. #31 by seage on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 4:09 pm

    Oh well, these people freaked out at monuments. I remembered some … whom are so afraid of angels that they broke the angel sculpture on my late brother, maternal grandmother, paternal grandfather and paternal grandmother’s gravesite. Heck in fact all other scultures in the christian’s cemetary was smashed to smitherens. .

  32. #32 by Black Arrow on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 4:10 pm

    I guess the tree will be chopped down very soon.

    Nevertheless, they cannot wipe out the historic event and scenes of this historic event. No one can wipe out history but I guess they are too clever to realise this.

  33. #33 by boh-liao on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 5:43 pm

    Removing the plaque, young raintree plants, and signposts, and eventually chopping down the old raintree and covering the spot with cement cost money, which will be claimed from the RM60 billion economic package announced by NR.

  34. #34 by Jeffrey on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 5:58 pm

    A message could nowadays be projected with laser to the sky (They got the idea from Batman projecting his logo to the night sky). They have this in Las Vegas. To illegalise light patterns like these (flashed intermittently) they have to get Aviation Administration to say that that these laser beams distract and temporarily impair aircraft personnel’s vision during critical and sensitive flight periods – assuming the place is near airport. :)

  35. #35 by lkt-56 on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 6:47 pm

    If they are sure that the people are behind them in this act why fear a ‘lifeless’ plaque? ;)

    Pity there are no pictures of their act in removing the symbol. It will make a good video for the by-elections coming up.

  36. #36 by swee_ann_tweety on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 6:58 pm

    uncle Lim, did the council remove Ah Long’s posters ? There are tonnes of them around town and why these Ah Long posters are not removed by the Council ?

    This symbol was up only a few days and it is removed. But Ah Long’s posters have been there for years.

  37. #37 by ekans on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 7:02 pm

    It’s expected.
    Zambry & his fellow UMNOputras had called the under-the-tree-assembly a shameful embarassment, and labelled the commemoration plaque a sign of disrespect to HRH Sultan of Perak.
    So, it was just a matter of time for them to have their minions in MBI remove the plaque, and before doing so, perpetrators have already vandalised the plaque twice in 2 successive nights.
    But if these perpetrators had done this because they truly believe that this plaque is an illegal symbol that threatens the legitimacy of Zambry’s state govt, why did they commit the act under the cover of darkness in the middle of the night like criminals?
    Are these perpetrators afraid that if they had vandalised the plaque in broad day light, their identities will be known to the majority of Perak citizens who had voted PR into power a year ago?

    Can I hazard a guess that this plaque cost PR very much less than USD50k?
    That’s the amount the minions of the federal govt are willing to pay the Russians for our first angkasawan’s space suit.
    Must be thanks in no small part to the RM60 billion generosity of ‘Mr. Stimulus’…

    On brighter note, the Putrajaya court of appeal had last Friday ruled that the Perak state assembly speaker, V.Sivakumar, has the right to appoint his own lawyers to represent him in those two Ipoh high court cases. However, the same Ipoh high court JC will still preside over those two cases, which means that Sivakumar may still face some obstacles…

  38. #38 by sheriff singh on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 8:16 pm

    How about a “Tie A Yellow Ribbon Around the Old Oak Tree” campaign with a party and open house thrown in?

  39. #39 by lopez on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 9:26 pm

    how nice now all energies directed to freedom tree…the raintree
    let it rain….let it rain……

    cut it down ……no more trace….

    history is in the making…….before that pray for 4d number…
    long live rain tree ….definitely will be remembered how it shelter the weak and bullied

  40. #40 by alaneth on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 9:28 pm

    Why target only the 5 PR trees of Democracy, Justice…

    Why waste taxpayers money renting an excavator backhoe to do this job? Why specifically target the plague & signpost for these trees???

    How about the numerous illegal Ah Long & loan shark signboards etc? Are they removed just as fast???

    With BN govt still doing all these childish things, I can be 101% sure PAS will surely win Bukit Gantang!!!, 100% sure PKR will win Bkt Selambau & 99% sure PKR will win Batang Ai.

  41. #41 by alaneth on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 9:30 pm

    The legacy of Kim Jong Il (North Korea),
    The legacy of General Than Shwe (Myanmar),…

    I forsee a bleak future.

  42. #42 by puteri pinang on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 10:02 pm

    lkt-56: “… Pity there are no pictures of their act in removing the symbol. It will make a good video for the by-elections coming up”.

    Well, one can still show a before and after pictures of the tree, an evidence of “kiasu” and “no gentleman” act.

  43. #43 by ekans on Sunday, 15 March 2009 - 11:49 pm

    Illegal Ah Long/loan-shark signboards were not that quickly removed because it is PR that threatens UMNO-BN’s hold on power, not Ah Longs or loan-sharks.

    Before MBI finally removed whatever that was remained of the plaque, pro-UMNO-BN vandals had to stealthily damage & deface the plaque in the middle of the night because they did not want to do it in the light of the day and risk facing the people of Perak who are unhappy with the Perak state govt take-over by UMNO-BN without an election.
    If these vandals truly believe that Zambry & co. actually has the support of the people to run the state govt. legitimately, why should they be afraid of doing it in broad daylight?

  44. #44 by ChinNA on Monday, 16 March 2009 - 1:25 am

    To illegalise light patterns like these (flashed intermittently) they have to get Aviation Administration to say that that these laser beams distract and temporarily impair aircraft personnel’s vision during critical and sensitive flight periods – assuming the place is near airport. – Jeffrey

    Does Ipoh still have an operational airport?

  45. #45 by swee_ann_tweety on Monday, 16 March 2009 - 1:40 am

    Talking about Loan Shark Banners / Posters, the situation had gotten worse! Even now, the loan sharks put up banners up the Federal Highway’s gantry girder. This is also seen in Jalan Kuching.

    Sorry. I know this is not related to Ipoh but it looks like no action is taken against these loan sharks. What is Barisan doing about it ? I am sure the loan shark menace would spread. Why Barisan is not interested to remove loan shark posters that can “indirectly” harm the lives of many but they are more interested to remove a symbol of Justice and Democracy ????

  46. #46 by undergrad2 on Monday, 16 March 2009 - 1:47 am

    Maybe it is time to put the statue of Supreme God Vishnu at the base of the tree and if they come to remove it, you can cite Article 11 of the Federal Constitution 1957.

  47. #47 by anna brella on Monday, 16 March 2009 - 3:50 am

    “God has cared for these trees, saved them from drought, disease, avalanches, and a thousand tempests and floods. But he cannot save them from fools.” – John Muir

    Why was no request made to the council by PR to obtain a permit to erect the plaque there if one was known to be required?

    And I sincerely hope the clueless idiots at that council understand what is meant by PRIORITIES in Law and Life.

    And about being able to see and distinguish clearly between the wood, the tree and the forest and so I hope they will take adequate care to protect those highly vulnerable exposed roots of this good, old majestic tree.

    Ever heard that sick phrase often uttered by careless and callous people who sometimes call themselves medical doctors and who often have the disconcerting habit of smiling at you glibly in a bizarre fashion as they are handing you their bill to pay and saying to you: “the operation was a success, but the patient died”. ?!

    “Imagine Power To the People” John Lennon.

  48. #48 by undergrad2 on Monday, 16 March 2009 - 6:27 am

    “Why was no request made to the council by PR to obtain a permit to erect the plaque there if one was known to be required?”

    Because then they would have it erected themselves??

  49. #49 by undergrad2 on Monday, 16 March 2009 - 6:28 am

    “And about being able to see and distinguish clearly between the wood, the tree …”

    They always miss the wood from the trees.

  50. #50 by undergrad2 on Monday, 16 March 2009 - 6:57 am

    “Ever heard that sick phrase …“the operation was a success, but the patient died”?

    Ever heard of a certain nincompoop from Kg. Attap, a product of the NEP who received a U.S. education despite his very poor scores in school at the expense of taxpayers, and is now seemingly critical of the policies he himself had benefitted from – like discounts on properties reserved for bumiputras, share allocations etc?

  51. #51 by flyer168 on Monday, 16 March 2009 - 10:05 am

    Dear YB LKS,

    What is new in this Bolehland.

    With 13 days to the “Assumed D-Day”, Fat Mama is already making “Her Agenda & Preparations”, “Instructing”….

    Wannabe & ALL their Mercenary Slaves to get ALL “Rivals & Obstructors”….

    “Locked up, Missing-in-action, Kidnapped & maybe…C4ed”.

    Mahathir’s greatest regret….he should have done the DSAI “Ploy” to this “Wannabe” & his Mama when he was the last PM…Sad!!!

    Haven’t PM Wannabe & Mama done enough damage & frustrated YB Gobind at the RPK/Altantuya court charades & in Parliament….only to be “belittled” again & again by the Speaker & the UMNO/BN Ketuanan beggars?

    My take is that the UMNO/BN Ketuanan beggars & their Mecenary “Slaves” kept “Provoking” the young YB Gobind into this “Trap” to get him out of the way….too close for Wannabe & Mama’s “Comfort?”

    Desperate People, at Desperate Times, will RESORT to Desperate Henious Actions even if it means “Destroying” their “Honourable Family Legacy”, All our Pillars of Democracy, Justice, our Monarchy, ALL our Nation’s Institutions, their own “MALAY MUSLIM HADHARI” party “UMNO”, their Own Kind, this country & its Many People!

    Even the marble plaque to announce the “Death of Democracy & Rule of Law” in Perak must seem….

    “Too Painful” for the UMNO/BN Jaguh kampung to “Mirror itself & accept”.

    What wrong has God’s Tree & the innocent marble plaque done to deserve this “Henious Injustice & Destruction”!

    How “Desperate” & “Pathetic” can our PM wannabe get to be, to CONTINUE pursuing this “FUTILE” Perak “Hung Exco” issue when the logical would be to “dissolve” the assembly.

    This Desperate PM wannabe & Mama has “lost the Plot” completely & “blown” his last “Trump card” to be the incoming UMNO President.

    This son of our 2nd PM has now “Destroyed” his own Malay, Muslim Hadhari party UMNO beyond “Redemption”

    Through “Devine” intervention, UMNO, its Leaders & their Mercenary Lapdog BOZOs are now “Destroying” each other with their “Power, Greed & Henious Crimes”

    I am not surprised UMNO/BN Ketuanan Leaders were INVOLVED in PROMOTING the most recent Protest….

    With UMNO/BN “Ketuanan” supporters who took part with the PR supporters also got “Water-cannoned, Tear gassed & arrested” by the Police & FRU !

    Ofcourse their UMNO/BN “Ketuanan” supporters including the Opposition PR “Ketuanan” supporters nationwide felt “CHEATED & PROTESTED”…

    UMNO/BN’s Education Reversion Plan Backfired & a SLAP in UMNO’S/BN’s face !!!

    How come the initial report claimed 124 protesters were arrested but later said that they were released except 9 (PAS & PKR ?)

    What about those released….”COLLATERAL DAMAGE”?

    INSTRUCED & PAID UMNO/BN Ketuanan downstream Leaders & supporters?

    What I call “COLLATERAL DAMAGE” to their own “UMNO/BN Ketuanan” supporters.

    God Almighty is Great & What goes round will come round to these Desperate UMNO/BN Beggars.

    As such there will be a “MAJOR Revolt” of their own UMNO/BN Ketuanan downstream Leaders & supporters against their UMNO/BN Ketuanan PM, DPM, etc at the coming Assembly!

    We will see the Powers of Devine Intervention on 28th Mar…..

    With the Incoming UMNO President “Inheriting HIS OWN HUNG EXCO” & Controversies amongst the 20 plus contenders with their suppporters (Thugs) will follow resulting in “Anarchy”….

    Their “Jaguh Kampung protests & Parliament Thuggery” was only the “Trial Run” for this “D-Day”

    The “Opressors” will “FAIL” & God Almighty will ensure “Justice” will be done.

    “Devine Intervention” works “Wonders”….& they are their own “Worst Enemies.”

    Every new day will be another “New Revelation” to reveal the “Truth” in UMNO/BN Self Destruct motion towards its “Demise”.

    Just give them enough rope to “Hang” themselves at every turn in their “Final” chapter – Past, Present & Future.

    All our prayers to God Almighty seeking “Truth, Justice, Equality & Freedom ” will be answered.

  52. #52 by bclee on Monday, 16 March 2009 - 10:29 am

    bloomberg this morning recommended investors sell malaysia stocks and buy singapore and thailand. MAYBANK DROP BELOW 4 RINGGIT NOW woow 3.98 now

  53. #53 by bclee on Monday, 16 March 2009 - 10:32 am

    Malaysia Fund Manager no buying Malaysia stocks. what the stimulus done more worst to Malaysian, 60 billion another GLC and so cronis bailout.

  54. #54 by Toyol on Monday, 16 March 2009 - 3:28 pm

    By desecrating the plague BN has confirmed that it no longer tolerates democracy.

    Democracy lives in the heart of every true M’sian. The tree was only a symbol! Stupid BN!

  55. #55 by lopez on Monday, 16 March 2009 - 7:53 pm

    time to get to work….calling curse makers…..pls put a curse on any raintrees…for anybody who cut freedom raintree let him bear son without buttock.

    hee haw….please pee a bit to give some manure and make strong raintree against municipal tree cutters

  56. #56 by kevchua on Monday, 16 March 2009 - 9:02 pm

    No matter what they do to our good deeds, we should not be too angry for they will face the music some day, one day. For now, there’s seriously nothing we could do as they’re just too strong.

    They’re the Goliaths, while the rest of us are the Davids. If we keep pursuing our wish for a democratic country, some day, BIG Goliaths will tumble with a very loud thud.

    Rules still have to be followed and our spirits must sustain to achieve victory.

  57. #57 by undergrad2 on Monday, 16 March 2009 - 10:20 pm

    Goliath and David are a myth. As historical characters they never existed.

  58. #58 by StevePCH on Tuesday, 17 March 2009 - 7:31 pm

    deep down in my heart, the TREE OF DEMOCRACY is already strongly rooted.

    Hidup Malaysia , Hidup Perakian !!! you can chop the tree away but it is still growing inside.

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