Ucapan Guan Eng @ #KL112

January 12, 2013 at 5:04 pm 20 comments

3.20pm : Lim Guan Eng says, “Today we must prove why BN must fall. We are branded as traitors but I can vouch all leaders here have no PR in Australia but BN leaders not only have PR in Australia but get appointed as ministers as well. I do not want to make personal attacks.”

3.25pm : Lim Guan Eng continues, “BN raises racial sentiments but the people know what is going on.” He touches on NFC scandal, MACC witness Teoh Beng Hock’s and detainee Kugan’s deaths. He says electing the PR government would ensure Selangor’s water supply, cleaner elections and no Lynas. — sumber: Malay Mail (12 Jan)

  • “If Pakatan wins, there will be free wi-fi services in all public places,” he told a packed Stadium Merdeka.
  • The Opposition coalition will also abolish the controversial Automated Enforcement System (AES) if they win the upcoming 13th General Elections (GE13).
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  • Lim also told the audience that Pakatan aims to abolish poverty in Malaysia. “Don’t eat up the lies offered by BN. We (Pakatan) want to free Malaysian from the shackles of poverty,” he said. — sumber: Malaysian Digest (12 Jan)

Sah! Ia perhimpunan untuk ‘regime change’ dengan mahu menjatuhkan kerajaan BN.

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Topeng Guy Fawkes Vendetta popular di Himpunan Kebangkitan Rakyat.

Wajah topeng dilakar berasaskan seorang anarkis yang cuba meletupkan bangunan Parlimen di London pada 5 Nov 1605. (ruj. ‘Vendetta’ mask becomes symbol of Occupy protests, Associated Press)

Cogankata “When injustice becomes law resistance becomes a duty” dipopularkan oleh gerakan ‘Occupy’.

Ungkapan ini pada asalnya disebut oleh Thomas Jefferson, pemimpin Founding Father yang utama merangka Deklarasi Kemerdekaan Amerika Syarikat.

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20 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Adriany  |  January 12, 2013 at 5:31 pm

    Bising di ruangan ulasan blog, kecoh di jalan, kecoh dalam stadium tak guna, eloklah kalau buat temujanji dengan PM dan cakap pada dia, dia pun Melayu juga, bukan bangsa lain. Tak de duit nak ke Putra Jaya ke? Parking berapa ringgit sangat pun.

    Cakap terus pada PM, TERJERIT TERLOLONG kat tempat lain buat haper? Aku dulu terus je jumpa PM, setelah buat temujanji, PM sedia jumpa, walaupun cuma 30minit, dan beliau sudi mendengar cadangan dan pandangan serta aduan kami.

    Lepas jumpa PM, dia ajak kami minum teh, lepas tu kami ke Taman Botanikal Putra Jaya untuk sessi bergambar dan seterusnya kami ke tasik Putra Jaya untuk Naik Cruise dan bersholat di Masjid Sultan Mizan ( Masjid Besi) , cantik betul pemandangan di Putra Jaya.

    Hujung minggu pun kami selalu ke Putra Jaya untuk main kapal layar RC, Seawind dan Kyosho, dan di sediakan juga padang untuk terbangkan kapal terbang RC. di Puchong pun ada tanah lapang tapi pemain RC ramai sangat. Kadang-kadAng PM pun turun padang menjenguk kami. Ada sesiapa yang nak sertai kami, sangat dialu-alukan, RC1Malaysia, semua kaum ada, semua jenis dan tahap orang ada, semua bersatu dan saling membantu dalam sukan RC ni.

    Komplek membeli belah pun ada, iaitu Alamanda, anda boleh bershopping sakan. Ada air pancut, ada aircon dan banyak restoran. panggung wayang pun ada, dengan filem filem terkini dan anda boleh membayar harga tiket murah pada hari Rabu waktu Pejabat.

    Saya suka Putra Jaya sebab saya tidak pernah pun dihalang dari ke Putra Jaya, sesiapa pun boleh ke Putra Jaya. Jalan tidak sesak, pemandangan cantik, banyak masjid, makanan dan minuman boleh didapati dengan senang, terutama makanan halal dan makanan arab.

    Walaupun agak mahal. Tapi Putra Jaya memang terbaik.

    Jom ke Putra Jaya, bawa keluarga atau teman lelaki/wanita anda. Bangak sudut dan pemandangan yang sesuai untuk ambil gambar. Pada hari biasa ramai bakal pemgantin samada Melayu, Cina atau India atau lain lain kaum datang ke Putra Jaya untuk penggambaran buat album gambar Perkahwinan atau video perkahwinan.

    Kami tidak berniaga tukang gambar perkahwinan, tapi kami memang suka dengan Putra Jaya seba banyak ‘angle dan background’ yang cantik. Satu daripada tempat yang cantik ialah Taman Botani. Ala -ala tanah Arab gitu. Tempatnya tidak jauh dari Pejabat Perdana Menteri.

    Jika anda sudah memang banyak duit dan memang kaya, bolehlah makan di Hotel Pullman atau ke Marriot Putra Jaya, makanannya memang sedap belaka dan puas serta mengenyangkan. Layanan dari para pekerja hotel memang tahap diraja, tapi jangan terkejut bila mendapat billnya. Tepuk poket tanya selera. Kami pernah ke hotel hotel ini bersama keluarga baru baru ini, untuk majlis makan malam sekeluarga.

    Jambatan jambatan di Putra Jaya juga adalah tempat yang sangat sesuai dan cantik untuk ambil gambar (photo shoot). Waktu pagi matahari terbit atau waktu senja. Lepas shoot waktu senja, cepat cepatlah ke Masjid ye, nanti waktu Maghrib tamat.

    Kawasan riadah juga di sediakan untuk pengunjung yang suka beriadah. Anda boleh buat senam dagu, larian kecil, lompat palang dan sebangainya.

    Di Precint 16 ada kolam renang awam, terletak di bahagian belakang Aamanda. Dengan bayaran RM2.00 seorang, anda boleh berenang dan main air sepuas hati bersama keluarga. Lepas berenang dan main air, mesti laparkan? Anda boleh terus ke gerai makanan yang terletak di kompleks Masyarakat Precint 16 itu, dan harga makanan jauh lebih murah dari di mana mana tempat di Ibukota KL.

    tak puas hati dengan apa yang saya paparkan? Jom ke Putra Jaya, beramal sambil menikmati pemandangan dan keindahan keagungan Allah

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    • 2. Baizurazlan (@baizura_baby)  |  January 13, 2013 at 10:58 am

      ni sebenarnya nak citer pasal kemegahan putrajay semata2 ke? tak paham aku comment dia nih. takde sangkut paut dengan topik pun,

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  • 3. anakjamil  |  January 12, 2013 at 5:48 pm

    We (Pakatan) want to free Malaysian from the shackles of poverty,- it’s rich coming from a man who sold off Kg. Buah Pala.

    So, how’s the wifi condition in Penang? and suddenly ozzie PR being highlighted; has he been tipped-off by something we’re not aware yet? But..the cleaner elections had me good. Yes, Ah Eng, as if we can forget the CEC fiasco and the infamous ‘Microsoft Excel’ fault: if you can’t handle 2000 voters, how in blinking hell can you manage millions.

    ‘save Malaysia from stupidity,puhhleezzee’

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    • 4. Adriany  |  January 12, 2013 at 6:01 pm

      Jom pi Putra Jaya jom, main kapalterbang RC. Aku komen ni kat tepi padang je ni. Sementara bagi enjin kapal sejuk. Mari ramai ramai meriahkan Flying Field Putra. Lihat my boyfriend tunjuk skill Heli3D nya.

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  • 5. nalza@700  |  January 12, 2013 at 6:04 pm

    Cubalah perbaiki kekurangan di Pulau Pinang dahulu dan lebih utama dalam parti DAP sendiri sebelum cuba untuk menumbangkan Kerajaan pimpinan BN.

    LGE tidak langsung mencerminkan seorang pemimpin yang berhemah apatah lagi beradab dengan lagaknya yang amat sombong dan bongkak!

    Cukuplah beselindung dengan slogan ‘CAT’ yang tak ke mana pun sebenarnya!

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    • 6. Omegawan  |  January 13, 2013 at 3:37 pm

      LEBIH COMMUNISTIC LIKE KE ?

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  • 7. Forrestcat  |  January 12, 2013 at 9:30 pm

    Was at KL to buy some stuff, on the way back on the LRT at 5pm there were a group of yellow clad PAS from Kedah on their way back to their van in Wangsa Maju. A woman chatted with one of them, i was thoroughly interested and moved nearby to listen this is the dialog

    Woman:Hipunan tu buat apa?
    PASter:Tiada sebab. Saja berhimpun sebelum pilihanraya.
    Woman: Kali ni OK ya, tiada polis kacau.
    PASter:Kali ni OK sebab polis kerjasama, takde kacau tapi kali ni tak mencabar la, kalau dulu, gempur polis dan kene simbah FRU baru mencabar.
    Woman: Sebab tu ke balik awal?
    Past: Ya penat, kami sampai dari Kedah awal-awal, kami park kat Wangsa Maju sebab ingat ada road block, kalau tahu macam ni, mahu park kat KL. Pastu ramai sangat orang.

    This short exchange shows some things about Perhimpunan Shamsidar and the reactions online

    -the attendees generally have no idea why they berhimpun, its like they are drones that just follow their leaders blindly or they pretend all of them have same cause

    -some came in anticipation of backlash from police which is considered ‘mencabar’. i believe many went back before nighfall because of no action, so many actually just came to see if there is any action.

    -the fact that many came with different intention, anti Lynas, BERSIH etc shows that the Pakatan are not a cohesive force. in the end the leaders of PKR and DAP only bad mouth UMNO and do not acknowledge the various reasons people gather there.

    -seems the inaction from police backfired, Malaysiakini strangely have a vox populi where delusional DAPsters call police dogs and stuff even though nothing happened.

    Instead of of at least acknowledging the police, they call the police dogs and stuff.

    Observations

    -no 1 milion people came, at most 50k and many did not linger until late afternoon. That is less than 10 percent attendance, and strangely I do not see Ambiga around, is she too cowardly to allow the Pakatan hijack the namesake of her movement for personal political gains of Tokong and Anugerah Tuhan?

    - It was cloudy today but extremely hot, i do not think parents with children will linger from morning until late afternoon while many like the PASter I encountered who did not see anything mencabar went back.

    -I spent some time at KLCC and them walked to BB via the pedestrian link to Pavillion. Malaysian presence was subdued as many are probably concerned of violence, many foreigners are still out and about, in fact, it seems foreigners dominated the visitors at KLCC, but BB was full as ever, normal crowd even at Low Yatt.

    Police presence was also minimal, there was a truck and several patrol cars and a truck, but no FRU. Seems to show that many locals and foreigners don’t even bother.

    Touche
    -when UMNO did their gathering at Bukit Jalil which certainly had 50k crowds, some DAPster on my facebook wrote that Malaysia the only country where dogs of UMNO breed gather, but I still have not seen any Malay who wrote back such statuses calling DAPster stupid or animals and I know some of FB are govt supporters.

    -This shows theat the maturity of the DAPster and PASter are left wanting much. The peaceful rally today is a mockery if their beliefs, because the UMNO dogs, for once showed them compassion and short of being evil.

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  • 8. kah kah kah  |  January 12, 2013 at 10:13 pm

    Gobind Singh Deo ckp….

    ~Tens of thousands of Malaysians gathered today at Stadium Merdeka. Contrary to what the Minister of Home Affairs would like to believe, there was no unrest, no chaos and no violence which would go down in history to yet again mark this day with the likes of earlier demonstrations in the city.

    The police were not required to assemble in thousands in the city. They did not have to stand in line in the sun up against their own fellow Malaysians. The water cannons didn’t have to be used. Not only that, there were no arrests. There was no makeshift police station specifically set up to house the thousands of people arrested. There was no need for the police to send out teams of investigating officers who would need to work tirelessly taking down statements from all those arrested.

    There was also no need for lawyers to be lined up outside these stations all night waiting for access to those detained. There was no need for the families of those detained to worry about their safety not knowing their whereabouts or what was to happen to them next.~

    kah kah kah kah……………. pakatan haters… what u wanna say now? helen no komen ka? why quiet arr….

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  • 9. shamshul anuar  |  January 12, 2013 at 10:38 pm

    Kah kah kah,

    It was a “no event’ thing. Or in plain language the gathering was a big failure.

    Many came with anticipation of police brutality. But it simply did not happen. In fact, I believe many would have regretted coming.

    The plain truth is that the gathring did not rattle UMNO as Anwar was hoping. It was his last chance. Going by any standard, Anwar actually is a “has been”.

    But why it did no rattle UMNO? Because UMNO is gaining Malays supports at the expense of PAS or PKR. The iissue of :”allah’ is a case that sees Malays frown on PAS for “bowing” to DAP.

    as for Anwar, unfortunately for him, too many personal personal problems prove to turn off the Malays.

    “dah letih dengar masalah dia. Masalah dia bukan masalah negara’.

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  • 10. kelakar  |  January 12, 2013 at 10:56 pm

    SA,

    1. “Many came with anticipation of police brutality.” How you know?

    2. “But it simply did not happen.” Agree. It is a fact.

    3. “In fact, I believe many would have regretted coming.” How you know?

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    • 11. forrrestcat  |  January 12, 2013 at 11:58 pm

      1.You can see the kind of pics posted in Malaysiakini and in M Insider. The Psywar is to paint the police as bad as possible, dogs or worse.

      2.Nothing happened. It is a fact, another fact, nothing meaningful happened.

      3.People regretted coming. Yes, because nothing meaningful happened.

      Credits due, the government this time was tolerant, Police force were co-operative, and opposition organizers co-operated to make the event peaceful, may this create more understanding between both sides.

      But since I am not aligned with their causes, I condemn the HKR as a violation of public trust, to quote Chandra Muzaffar, a former friend and ally of Anwar Ibrahim.

      The rally became a channel for merely ventilating hate and anger based on outrageous lies and distortions, it would make a mockery of democracy and a subversion of freedom.’

      And Tunku Abdul Aziz,

      “An opposition leader is again doing what he does best and that is, to pull the wool over our eyes so as to obscure the truth. The truth is that this is a matter for the man to resolve, without dragging innocent thousands into the stadium to support a cause that is both selfish and cynical in the extreme,” said Tunku Abdul Aziz, better known for his various roles in worldwide anti-corruption movement and a former special adviser to former United Nations secretary-general Kofi Annan.’

      To the DAPster and PASter, tell me the virtues of that Himpunan. Tired of your taichi mentality, straight to the point please.

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    • 12. kelakar  |  January 13, 2013 at 8:42 pm

      forrrestcat,

      Dude. My questions are directed at shamshul anuar. What you ‘terasa’ to respond? Since you have responded, I wish to know how you gauge that the participants are regretful attending the event. Any empirical basis? Or is that purely your personal assumption?

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    • 13. jonnymalaya  |  January 14, 2013 at 1:28 am

      kelakar,

      I did attend the rally. Stadium seats & field was full house by 3:30pm. Many outside could not enter & had to sit at the parking lot, or on the roads leading up from Jalan Maharajalela & Hang Jebat.

      In any case, me & my friends weren’t expecting to fight the police, and we expected the cops to be on better behaviour this time. I think Najib has learnt that footage of demonstrators getting water cannoned, tear gassed & beaten doesn’t do good for his image.

      After that, many of us went to makan around Petaling Street…

      We’re glad we came, and we’re glad it went smoothly. A great example today showing large scale gatherings can go peacefully if government doesn’t act heavy handed.

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  • 14. tok kenali kelantan  |  January 13, 2013 at 12:48 am

    I think it would have been better if they had made these akujanji to the audience:

    1. Anwar should say I promise not to be involved in….well…you all know…. I don’t have to say…but…can’t promise laa…

    2. LGE should say, well, that election glitch, I promise never happen again..but… who knows….if need be, we need it again……

    3. Abdul Hadi should say,well, I should have consulted the Majlios Syura first on the kalimah issue…but they wanted to have the press conference real quick…I can’t do anything loo….

    4. Chua Jui Meng should say…well, I am all for ketuanan rakyat and should have joined PKR earlier..but…. I need to contest the MCA presidency and who knows, had I won, I would be bashing anwar now than praising him…

    5. Lim Kit siang should say..well, really, I’m an old horse now, but. you know, my son still behave gangster-like although he’s the CM…I need to be around longer lor….

    6. Nik Abdul Aziz should say, well…although I’m old, I still have the aura to attract young people…so I have to be around until who knows, if my time is up in after GE13…..

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  • 15. kotteypanjang  |  January 13, 2013 at 12:55 am

    Why so many AHmad , but Ah Chnong and Muthu not arround?

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    • 16. Omegawan  |  January 13, 2013 at 3:40 pm

      because AHMAD IS A STUPID MAN, AH CHONG COUNTING MONEY AT HOME, MUTHU BUSY PREPARING TOSEY FOR THE FAMILY……..PITY AHMAD EH.

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  • 17. Bujal  |  January 13, 2013 at 12:29 pm

    if happen the OKT that kena shot is other races, it will be spinned and become a political issue for years to come and will also includes in this speech, worst, it may become a reason to start the fire with the authority, at the end still claim fighting for a Malays.

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    • 18. Omegawan  |  January 13, 2013 at 3:42 pm

      Only Malays are gangsters, Chinese and Indians are robin hood.

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    • 19. jonnymalaya  |  January 14, 2013 at 1:29 am

      OKT = Ong Ka Ting?

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    • 20. karutlah  |  January 14, 2013 at 11:16 am

      betul… andai tahanan itu keturunan cina @ india, bile ditembak atau apa2 saje berlaku, maka sibukla LGE konon membela
      spt mana kepercayaan pengikut PAS bahawa LGE membela gadis dirogol suatu tika dahulu

      khalifah LGE agungan PAS…

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