It is very sad and embarrassing when a Member of Parliament, does not understand the Standing Orders of the Dewan Rakyat (House of Representatives) and the order of business during Parliament meetings.
Members of Parliament (MP) must respect the laws of the parliament and the country as they are the leaders and law makers.
So we must only vote for smart, honest and hard working politicians who understand their duties including understanding and obeying the Standing Orders of the Dewan Rakyat.
The video below is an example of an opposition’s MP who does not follow the order of business during Parliament meetings.
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 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.”