Live updates – TangkapMO1 rally


In solidarity with the brave students demanding accountability in the 1MDB scandal. There is hope for this country yet.

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David Loman

Abdul Rahman Dahlan, a senior government minister in Mr Najib’s cabinet, said “I agree that ‘MO1’ is the prime minister”. “I’ve said it openly. Obviously if you read the documents, people say it is the prime minister,” he said. “But when I have been asked this question, I always ask back: why didn’t the DOJ name him by his proper name? That reason is because he is not part of this investigation. “It is not about him. It is about a bunch of people who have been named…. and the Department of Justice will take this to the courts and… Read more »

Stylo Logan

Problem is those kampung folks are easily satisfied with annual BR1M payout. The educated malays must enlighten their parents at the kampung the fact that MO1 has pocketed billions while paying them dedak.


Ali Tinju realized this event would be attended mostly by Malays, so the red shirt troop decided to cancel their protest at last minute.


A number of hrs ago, someone said: “Why almost faint? I’d die if I saw RM4b in someone’s account”.
C’mon, life is short.
If I saw that amount of money, I would be dying for it legally, of course.


So you have these young ones knows who is guilty but their parents, relatives, neigbhours, friends and relatives in the rural areas especially in Kelantan, Terengganu, Kedah, Perak and Sabah and Sarawak will not change their minds about their support for UMNO/BN, Najib INCLUDING AND ESPECIALLY , then what difference will it make? If they understand the problem, then they will move on to protest in Felda estates especially in Perak and Johor and then to PAS heartland in Kelantan, Kedah and Terengganu. But typically these immatured thinking is no match for the decades old cynically structured social and political… Read more »

Sehati Sejiwa

They may be undergraduates but somehow still did not realise the power of mass media. Their message should be directed at the rural folks who are not aware of the corruption involving 1MDB and MO1. Protesting at Sogo and Dataran Merdeka is no longer effective as the BN regime could counter with misreporting on their mainstream media particularly on TV3 the staple information source of kampung malays. Already you can see daily on TV3 8pm Buletin singing praises of Najib and putting blame on Mahathir. These young university students should devise a more effective communication to the rural folks, the… Read more »