On Sunday September 8, 2013, I attended the Seminar Mendepani Virus Syi’ah at the Dewan Muktamar, Pusat Islam in Kuala Lumpur.
The speakers are:
1) Ustaz Mohamad Ismail
2) Ustaz Hamidi Ismail
3) Datuk Nakhaie Haji Ahmad
4) Dr. Zamihan Md Zain Al-Ghari
Here are some photos of the seminar:
(Please click the photos for larger images)
At least 37 people were killed while 16 others were injured when an express bus overturned and plunged into a ravine at Km 3.5 Jalan Genting, near Chin Swee Temple at 2.45pm today.
Utusan reported that the last body was recovered at 8:01 p.m..
NST reported that many of the victims were flung out of the bus as it rolled down the 60m ravine.
Emergency and rescue personnel brought in a crane and jerry-rigged a bucket recovery system to haul up the survivors and the dead.
Lots of PR bloggers tried very hard to convince their readers that the Saturday’s illegal demonstration, Black 505 was a big success.
Tranungkite Online posted a post with a title, ‘Himpunan Black 505 Padang Merbok 22/06/13’, saying:
“EDISI KANTOI TERBURAI SAMPAI TERLONDEH TERBARAI!!!!
Bukan main suka lagi beberapa blogger pro UMNO buat cerita dengan muat naikkan rakaman gambar A dengan putra fakta kononnya Himpunan Black 505 di Padang Merbok petang tadi tidak mendapat sambutan langsung dari rakyat terutamanya dari anak-anak muda.”
They wrote that the pro UMNO or the pro government bloggers only uploaded ‘photo A’ (below) in their blogs to show that only a small number of people took part in the illegal Black 505 demonstration.
So, they posted ‘photo B’ which they claim is the actual photo of the big crowd.
Are they telling the truth?
Now, who cheated; pro UMNO bloggers or pro opposition bloggers?
I studied the above photos and I found out that photo B is the edited version of photo from The Star because …
So, who actually cheated and who is the real photo spinner?
They did all these again and again …
Please look at how they edited the photo below during the #KL112; the edited photo shows people on the stadium roof and some others floating in the air!
Below is another edited Black 505 photo:
They did all these for their leader Anwar Ibrahim but at the same time they were cheated by Anwar who had a wonderful time during the swearing-in ceremony of Members of Parliament the next day while some of those demonstrators were busy demonstrating in the hot hazy day, laying on the road, hurting the police and doing crazy, violent and foolish things until some were detained by the police – please click here for: Black 505: Photos Of How Anwar Cheated His Supporters.
Pakatan Rakyat bloggers love to edit photos and spin stories; just like their leaders.
They are all the same, ‘Birds of a feather flock together’.
BLACK 505 demonstrators walked to the Malaysian parliament this morning to stage another illegal demonstration over there, ahead of the swearing-in ceremony of Members of Parliament today.
Please read: BLACKOUT 505: Photos That Raises Lots Of Questions
BLACK 505 is organised by the Malaysian opposition parties.
They were led by a PKR leader Badrul Hisham Shaharin or Chegubard and Hariss Ibrahim.
Police personnel have refrained from any violence, apart from pushing those trying to break the barrier to the ground.
Anyway, the demonstrators tried to breach the barrier formed by police personnel in front of Parliament, resulting in scuffles with the police.
Blogger AAKJ reported that a police officer was injured when he was punched by the demonstrators.
At least 25 of the demonstrators had been arrested.
From the photos, I can see that the demonstrators are Malay.
They should be ashamed of themselves because their actions are against the teaching of Islam and the Malay values.
They are not kids any more and they must stop behaving like spoilt kids who love to throw tantrums even in the public places.
There is no fool like an old fool!
Say NO! to BLACK 505 and the Pakatan Rakyat!
The opposition parties that called themselves Pakatan Rakyat (PR) expected yesterday’s Blackout 505 or Black 505 illegal demonstration in Padang Merbok, Kuala Lumpur to be their biggest demonstration ever.
The opposition parties brought their supporters from other parts of the country to the demonstration venue, hoping to show to the foreign reporters that most Malaysian supported them even though we are facing a hazardous haze problem in Kuala Lumpur.
They even brought in the Orang Asli or the Malaysian aboriginal people to take part in the illegal demonstration by carrying some banners written in English!
Did the Orang Asli wrote the banners themselves?
I do not think so.
It is very funny when the illegal demonstration’s organisers gave the Orang Asli English written banners to be carried around; may be they thought that the Orang Asli communicate in English instead of their native languages and the Malay language.
Looking at the photos posted in popular blogs, these are some questions that I want to ask:
DO PR LEADERS CARE FOR THEIR SUPPORTERS? Kuala Lumpur is facing a hazardous haze that we have to close our doors and windows to avoid the haze. And when PR ordered their supporters to go outside for hours to demonstrate, the demonstrators could face health problems just because of taking part in that illegal demonstration.
DO THE DEMONSTRATORS CARE ABOUT THEIR CHILDREN? Some of the demonstrators brought along their kids with them, some in Blackout t-shirts. But do they really care about them? If this illegal demonstration turned into a riot like Bersih 3.0, the children could be badly injured. And some kids could be facing asthma problems (like me) and being outside in the haze for hours could make us sick.
DO THE ORANG ASLI UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY ARE DOING? The Orang Asli that joined the demonstrators at the Masjid Jameq were reportedly led by an Indian. They were holding banners written in English! But do they understand what their banners say? If they wrote the banners themselves, will the banners be written in English? If they are the educated Orang Asli, they’ll be able to understand English but the traditional Orang Asli could not, the same as most people from the traditional villages away from the do they really understand what they are doing and the reason why they participated in the illegal demonstration?
DOES PR SUPPORTS THE COMMUNIST? In yesterday’s illegal demonstration, there were people carrying flags with:
Red rectangle at the top
White rectangle at the bottom
12 yellow stars at the top right
The flags were similar to the ones used by the illegal Parti Komunis Malaya’s (PKM). So what is the connection between the Pakatan Rakyat and the communist ideology?
DOES PR WANTS BLACK 505 TO TURN INTO A RIOT? Khalid Mohd Ismath tweeted on 21 June 2013, saying;
“The success of this assembly is when 3 police trucks were overturned, 2 water cannons were destroyed and when 3 FRU busses were destroyed.”
Khalid Mohd Ismath is one of the main PR’s illegal demonstration activist. His tweet called for a riot! They wanted to destroy the FRU busses, they want to destroy the water cannon, and they want to over turn trucks not only cars like in Bersih but trucks!
ARE THEY TRYING TO TURN BLACK 505 INTO SOMETHING LIKE ARAB SPRING? I saw a photo of a demonstrator carrying the Syrian flag. But why must a flag of Syrian be waved in that illegal demonstration? Is it because of they want to start something like the Arab Spring?
Say NO! to BLACK 505 and the Pakatan Rakyat!
- Himpunan BLACKOUT 505: A “Peaceful Demonstration”? (ahmadalijetplane.wordpress.com)
- BLACKOUT 505: Photos That Raises Lots Of Questions (ahmadalijetplane.wordpress.com)
- BLACK 505: Photos Of Black 505 Demonstrators At The Parliament (ahmadalijetplane.wordpress.com)
New Straits Times reported that there is going to be water disruptions starting tomorrow until June 20, 2013 parts of Kuala Lumpur, Gombak, Hulu Selangor and Petaling.
Nearly 74,890 residents will be effected.
Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Syabas) Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Department assistant general manager Priscillia Alfred in a press statement today said the disruptions were due to maintenance work.
“Maintenance work is to be conducted on pump no. 3 in the pump house located in Matang Pagar, Sungai Buloh, Selangor. It will take 8 hours for Priscillia Alfredthe work to be completed while the recovery period will take 48 hours.”
Please stock up water and use it prudently.
For more information, please contact (Puspel) at its toll-free number 1-800-88-5252.
The Star reported that Singapore warns Malaysian politicians not to interfere in its domestic affairs.
In the article, DAP’s Kulai MP, Teo Nie Ching argued that “the person she was fighting for was unfairly punished” by Singapore, adding:
“It’s not that we want to interfere with (Singapore’s) internal affairs. If (the one person) only attended one protest, then that is unfair,” and that Singapore’s reaction was too harsh.”
But I thought that PR leaders, members and supporters especially DAP and PKR always praise Singapore as democratic, not corrupted and love the country till they use a Singapore-like flag for their Sang Saka Malaya.
But now, after their supporters were punished for taking part in an illegal protest, a DAP’s MP said that Singapore is unfair.
How confused are the PR supporters that they think they can also break the laws of other country as what they are doing in Malaysia.
I think if the incident happened in Malaysia, they’ll organise another ‘Candlelight Vigil’ and more demonstration asking for freedom of speech and calling the government as undemocratic.
Below is the report by The Star:
Published: Wednesday May 29, 2013 MYT 11:06:00 AM
Updated: Wednesday May 29, 2013 MYT 12:24:44 PM
Singapore warns Malaysian politicians not to interfere in its domestic affairs
By PATRICK LEE
PETALING JAYA: Singapore has warned Malaysian politicians to stay out of its affairs, in the light of the arrests of 21 Malaysians for demonstrating in the island republic.
A joint statement by the Ministries of Home (MHA) and Foreign Affairs (MFA) said demands by Malaysian Members of Parliament for Singapore to let off those arrested was seen as foreign interference.
“Actions to involve foreign parties are attempts to seek special treatment and to further politicise what is essentially a domestic law and order issue in Singapore,” it said in a statement on its website.
Singapore added that it had always taken a strong stand against foreign issues or politics brought into the island nation.
It added that it did not interfere in domestic affairs of other countries, and expected similar treatment in return.
Previously, Malaysians gathered at Singapore’s Merlion Park on May 8 and 11 to protest against the May 5 general election results.
They were a rendition of the Blackout 505 rallies that took place in major cities around Malaysia.
On May 11, 21 Malaysians were arrested by Singaporean police. The work pass of one and visit passes of two others were revoked. The remaining 18 are currently being investigated by authorities there.
Several Malaysians have since approached their political representatives, including DAP’s Kulai MP Teo Nie Ching, for aid.
Last week Thursday, several Pakatan Rakyat MPs also petitioned the Singapore High Commission in Kuala Lumpur for leniency against the 21.
Meanwhile, in response, Teo said she was only fighting for the one whose work pass was revoked, arguing that the person was unfairly punished.
She said that the particular person only attended one rally, adding that Singapore’s reaction was too harsh.
“It’s not that we want to interfere with (Singapore’s) internal affairs. If (the one person) only attended one protest, then that is unfair,” she said.
Teo said that eight of the 21 had approached her over the matter, and with some telling her that they accepted their punishment.
She added that there was a spate of miscommunication in the episode, and asked Singapore to re-investigate the case.
“We’re only pleading for the one person…I don’t think this amounts to interfering. They are Malaysian citizens, and we have a duty to them,” she said.
Anwar accused that the ruling Barisan Nasional had brought in more than 40,000 phantom voters to vote for BN during the PRU13.
Prime Minister Najib Razak answered:
“Mereka bawa cerita kononnya kita mengimport 40,000 Mat Bangla untuk mengundi dalam pilihan raya. Kalau nak bawa 40,000 Mat Bangla, sebuah Jumbo muatannya 400 bererti 100 buah Jumbo terpaksa mendarat di lapangan terbang. Saya nak tanya kepada pembangkang, tunjuk di mana ada 100 buah jumbo yang telah mendarat di lapangan terbang kita.”