2011年6月30日星期四

反了,反了,榴莲也反了!

到了一趟槟城吉隆坡出差,终于尝到了Balik Pulau 的红虾,D24 和D11。 至于猫山王,几家都摇摇头,你要也没有了!

哈!这样黄色的果肉,难不成连榴莲也要反了?
榴莲,我警告你,你最好改改自己的颜色,不然。。。。。。。

天啊!榴莲算什么!
黄色敏感症,才是马来西亚的特产哦!

(照片上不了,迟些再试试)

2011年6月23日星期四

我们活在历史的十字路口

我们要的就是公正公平的选举!

那不是你的当权派的恩赐,那不是你的牺牲,那不是你的施舍!
请你听清楚!这是人民与生俱来的权力!

我们会在很多年后,告诉我们的后代,
709,我们站在一起,大声的争取属于我们的权力!


请支持净选盟大集会。

2011年6月21日星期二

首相先生,我应该高兴吗?

话说是电讯公司的社会责任,“不必拿百姓上缴的米,派给百姓当小礼物”般伪善和讨厌;收到首相署名庆祝父亲节手机短信,尤其是现在想起来,还是特别感慨。

古代的皇帝有3000后宫,你却像是有3000太监,每天的迷药奉承阿谀和献媚,大概是你醉生梦死,完全脱离现实的原因吧?

你明白吗?一边是得到你作为马来西亚政府代表的父亲节祝贺,本应感到国家的安全和关怀。但另一边,我作为这个国家的纳税人和小数民族的成员,则被人公开公然的威胁, 恐吓生命财产安全,没有一个执法单位为我们的自由和安全提供一个说法和保证。这样失衡的天坪,你认为我因该高兴吗?

虽然,这样嚣张的语言暴力恐嚇,本应是很叫人心怯的,但我告诉你,就恰恰因为作为一个父亲,因为我的下一代,我对这样的恐吓没有半点的畏惧。首相先生,你明白我的感受吗?

请支持乾淨與公平選舉聯盟的诉求。请以行动支持。

2011年6月20日星期一

声援乾淨與公平選舉聯盟Bersih

“华人最好留在家里,或者囤积一些粮食”
                                                                                                                    --- Ibrahim Ali

这不是野蛮荒唐,是什么?
这不是恐怖主义,是什么?
这不是无法无天,是什么?
这不是公开恐吓,是什么?
这不是煽动暴力,是什么?
这不是言语暴力,是什么?

马来西亚难道已经不是一个民主国家?不再是法治国家吗?
马来西亚警察,你为什么没有说一句话?
是你的失职,是你的不能公正独立的执法,成为这个局面的首要帮凶。

你的沉默,是对土权霸权主义,民族法西斯主义的认同。
你的不闻不问,是对你的下一代的不负责。

请问这样的诉求会伤害谁?那些长久以来,侵犯人民权益,扭曲游戏规则的人,不是吗?

请支持乾淨與公平選舉聯盟的8项诉求,

These are the 8 immediate demands for Perhimpunan BERSIH 2.0:

1. Clean the electoral roll
The electoral roll is marred with irregularities such as deceased persons and multiple persons registered under a single address or non-existent addresses. The electoral roll must be revised and updated to wipe out these ‘phantom voters’. The rakyat have a right to an electoral roll that is an accurate reflection of the voting population.

In the longer term, BERSIH 2.0 also calls for the EC to implement an automated voter registration system upon eligibility to reduce irregularities.

2. Reform postal ballot
The current postal ballot system must be reformed to ensure that all citizens of Malaysia are able to exercise their right to vote. Postal ballot should not only be open for all Malaysian citizens living abroad, but also for those within the country who cannot be physically present in their voting constituency on polling day. Police, military and civil servants too must vote normally like other voters if not on duty on polling day.

The postal ballot system must be transparent. Party agents should be allowed to monitor the entire process of postal voting.

3. Use of indelible ink
Indelible ink must be used in all elections. It is a simple, affordable and effective solution in preventing voter fraud. In 2007, the EC decided to implement the use of indelible ink. However, in the final days leading up to the 12th General Elections, the EC decided to withdraw the use of indelible ink citing legal reasons and rumours of sabotage.

BERSIH 2.0 demands for indelible ink to be used for all the upcoming elections. Failure to do so will lead to the inevitable conclusion that there is an intention to allow voter fraud.

4. Minimum 21 days campaign period
The EC should stipulate a campaign period of not less than 21 days. A longer campaign period would allow voters more time to gather information and deliberate on their choices. It will also allow candidates more time to disseminate information to rural areas. The first national elections in 1955 under the British Colonial Government had a campaign period of 42 days but the campaign period for 12th GE in 2008 was a mere 8 days.

5. Free and fair access to media
It is no secret that the Malaysian mainstream media fails to practice proportionate, fair and objective reporting for political parties of all divide. BERSIH 2.0 calls on the EC to press for all media agencies, especially state-funded media agencies such as Radio and Television Malaysia (RTM) and Bernama to allocate proportionate and objective coverage for all potlical parties.

6. Strengthen public institutions
Public institutions must act independently and impartially in upholding the rule of law and democracy. Public institutions such as the Judiciary, Attorney-General, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency (MACC), Police and the EC must be reformed to act independently, uphold laws and protect human rights.

In particular, the EC must perform its constitutional duty to act independently and impartially so as to enjoy public confidence. The EC cannot continue to claim that they have no power to act, as the law provides for sufficient powers to institute a credible electoral system.

7. Stop corruption
Corruption is a disease that has infected every aspect of Malaysian life. BERSIH 2.0 and the rakyat demand for an end to all forms of corruption. Current efforts to eradicate corruption are mere tokens to appease public grouses. We demand that serious action is taken against ALL allegations of corruption, including vote buying.

8. Stop dirty politics
Malaysians are tired of dirty politics that has been the main feature of the Malaysian political arena. We demand for all political parties and politicians to put an end to gutter politics. As citizens and voters, we are not interested in gutter politics; we are interested in policies that affect the nation.
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转载:Ibrahim raises spectre of May 13 at anti-Bersih rally launch

KUALA LUMPUR, June 19 — Perkasa kicked off its Bersih 2.0 counter-protest here in Kampung Baru today by burning images of Bersih chairman Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan and issuing a warning to the Chinese to stay indoors as “anything could happen”.

Perkasa Datuk Ibrahim Ali, who earlier appointed himself “war general”, said if electoral reform coalition Bersih goes through with its July 9 rally, he will not be held responsible for any untoward incidents which may occur.

“Imagine if chaos erupts. If the Bersih rally is not cancelled... I believe the Chinese community will have to stock up on food.

“Yes, anything can happen. And so I ask the police to act and use whatever powers are at their disposal,” he told some 500 supporters who gathered at Kelab Sultan Sulaiman here for the launch.

Those at the launch burning images of Ambiga on poster June 19, 2011. — Picture by Jack OoiIbrahim stressed, however, that Perkasa and the other non-governmental organisations (NGOs) opposed to the Bersih rally would not resort to violence as they were only interested in safeguarding the nation’s peace and prosperity.

But the Malay rights leader added that he would not be held responsible for the actions of those who might use the rally as a cover to commit crimes.

Ibrahim also suggested that Ambiga — described in a flyer being passed as “a dangerous Hindu woman” — was working for foreign powers seeking an excuse to interfere in Malaysia’s internal affairs.

He cited the former Bar Council president’s defence of Lina Joy’s right to convert from Islam and her involvement in the interfaith council as examples of her repeated “illegal actions”.

“Perhaps she is an agent of the Jews,” he said.

The Pasir Mas MP also repeated a claim made by Utusan Malaysia today that the opposition will use the rally to trigger an uprising similar to the ones seen in Egypt and Libya before forcing their choice of prime minister upon the people.

Supporters scream out their opposition to Bersih June 19, 2011. — Picture by Jack Ooi“If an emergency declared, will the Agong be able to appoint a caretaker leader? Maybe they (the opposition) will take to the streets and demand that they take over the government,” he said.

PR component parties and activists are gearing up to march on July 9 in the second such rally by election watchdog Bersih.

The first rally in 2007 saw up to 50,000 people take to the capital's street, before they were dispersed by police armed with tear gas and water cannon.

The 2007 rally has been credited for the PR’s record gains in Election 2008, where the opposition pact was swept to power in five states and won 82 parliamentary seats.

PAS has promised to bring some 300,000 protestors this year in hopes that it will galvanise support for the opposition in the next general election, expected to be called within a year.

Perkasa has pledged to send 20 buses from each of the 10 peninsular Malaysian states, in addition to supporters from 164 other non-governmental organisations. Umno Youth has also said it will march on July 9 to counter the Bersih rally.