1. A mammoth rally can take place peacefully with minimal police presence if the objectives are noble. Malaysians are not naturally prone to violence and illwill if they are not instigated by hate speech. 2. The struggle for electoral...
Thousands of Malaysians sing national anthem #Negaraku to mark #Merdeka at #Bersih4 rally pic.twitter.com/IrjvkOhI6G— Sumisha Naidu (@sumishanaidu) August 30, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Update 3 (11pm, 1 September): The Bersih 2.0 Steering Committee's estimate tallies with our prediction and estimate of 500,000. Update...
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I arrived safely in KL this morning. I didn't notice anything untoward apart from a police checkpoint not far from the city centre, but they seemed more interested in stopping lorries for some reason. In the LRT, I noticed...
Another three days to go before the Bersih 4 gathering and those in power are doing all they can do discourage and deter people from attending. This suggests to me that they are concerned and worried about the upcoming...
A couple of popular murals in George Town have been found to be vandalised with #4.0 spray painted in yellow. To me, this appears to be aimed at sparking a public outcry against the Bersih 4 movement. The photos...
A crowd of a few thousand attended the launch of Bersih 4 tonight at the PJ Civic Centre.
Economic prospects look gloomy. Government institutions appear compromised. Some RM2.6bn has reportedly found its way into the Prime Minister's bank account. Incredibly, we are told it is a donation from the Middle-East? Does that mean we have a 'foreign-funded'...
Reformasi activist Abdul Halim Abdul Hamid, 55, was given a sombre farewell at Masjid Al-Jamiul Badawi in Kepala Batas this afternoon. Halim was involved in a motorbike accident early last night and passed away at the Seberang Jaya Hospital...
This was at KL Sentral at around 2.00pm - ahead of the Sogo protest at around 3.30pm or 4.00pm. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s); if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id =...

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