Oh but wait! They’re already living abroad what.
Haris Ibrahim’s blog tagline is “We are here, not because we are law-breakers; we are here in our efforts to become law-makers”, quoting Emmeline Pankhurst (see screenshot above).
Yet Haris’ recent campaigns, like ABU for instance, are leading Malaysians to break the law by vandalizing public property — read here.
They even pasted the ABU sticker on a bench inside a Jalan Duta courtroom.
Furthermore, Haris and his followers have threatened to take to the streets should the results of GE13 favour BN — read here.
Haris’ activities are contrary to his blog slogan which says “We are here, not because we are law-breakers; we are here in our efforts to become law-makers”.
I guess he’s taking to heart the DAP slogan “ubah” as the banner across the homepage asserting the aspiration to become lawmakers was put up before the tarikh keramat 8 Mac. We know that 2008 is Year Zero, and the period that comes before and the period that comes after are subject to different standards.
ABU and its supporters have declared war on Umno. Haris proclaims, “We are at war. This strategy has been thought through.”
The two screenshots above are taken from Haris’ July 27 posting titled ‘Manchester’s Plan B, stands and directions? Will RPK make sense of these for us?‘
Where the followers are
To wage battle, warriors need a war chest.
In his Aug 3 posting titled ‘Please help ABU. I don’t want to lose all my friends‘, Haris makes a public appeal for donations.
Let’s see where Haris’ supporters, who have pledged some funding, presently live. The screenshots below are taken from ‘Please help ABU‘.
These kind folks helping ABU are safely abroad. How nice. They won’t be around to feel the consequences.
The bottom image is taken from Haris’ posting today titled ‘Asalkan Bukan Umno menyokong DAP‘.
Even nicer to know that ABU is being carried out to benefit that god-blessed, exalted by Righteousness party where all the “excellent candidate material” are.
Now doesn’t the Firster connection make perfect sense?