Well, after the infamous incident of Bandar Mahkota Cheras (BMC) and I’ve blogged about it here, now there’s another BIG news in town..
A group of thugs prevented residents around that area to remove the newly built barricade at the intersection to the toll free access road..
*Picture taken from The Star Online*
Since the thugs prevented them to remove the barricade, it’s by default a presumption has been made, which is the thugs were hired or worked for Grand Saga Sdn Bhd..
Several residents were taken to hospital due to the face-off..The law is getting no where to protect the civilian..
And it’s not any minor injury..It’s damn freaking serious that might caused the victim to death..
*Taken from Malaysiakini*
Worst of all, this guy here, Chang Jiun Haur, is said to be beaten up by a group of FRU personnels..All he did was just checking out what is happening there with his sister and two other friends..
I don’t know but, it seems to me that the Government look more like an organized thug group..They didn’t help the residents and yet beat them up, helped Grand Saga to disperse the crowd from gathering at the barricade, etc etc..
Well anyway, I’m not in a position to comment on this topic now coz it’s still fresh and no any other updated news yet..
I’m here to reply some of the comments I’ve received in my previous BMC entry..
This comment is a bit, fake..I’m afraid it’s the works of certain parties to try to split Malaysians apart, instead of Malays..
It’s not that it’s my first current issue entry after blogging for 3 and a half years..
And those stupid statistics have been circulating around the Net for God knows how long, at least 1-2 years..
Although I’m a Chinese, but I don’t play racial card here..I’ve friends of all races, Chinese, Indians, Malays, Shi’ites, etc etc..And I have friends of different nationalities, Sri Lankan, Palestinian, Iraqi, Pakistani, Indonesian, Nigerian, etc etc..
We all mix up very well together and there’s no racial issue or anything..
I don’t see the need to play racial card, morover I’m a Malaysian myself..Malaysia made up of 3 major races, Malay, Chinese, Indian, and some minorities of Iban, Kadazan, etc etc..
Yes although there are inequalities among us when it comes to special rights and whats not, I don’t see the barrier between races to be friends or work with each other..
I grew up liking to mingle around with Malays during my primary school, and I didn’t slow down on that during my secondary school as well..
Instead of voicing out the so-called bad treatment that non-Malays have received, I think we have to work with each other as one..
I have Malay friends who are not satisfied with the current Government..No they are not from low-income groups, but middle and above..They feel the bad apples in the administration..It’s not right at all..
And I believed we have achieved the true target after so long, that we are all Malaysians..
The 12th General Election tells it all..It shows that parties of different culture and ideology can combine together to work as one..
Just the saying goes, 2 brains better than one..So I don’t see any problem with Islamic party, PAS combine with majority Chinese party, DAP, and also multi-racial party, Keadilan (PKR)..
Well, after 51 years of independence and yet some groups still didn’t grow up from that era..It’s important that all races unite for the better future of Malaysia..
I don’t see why we must object some certain events because it’s against some religion’s law or something..
If you feel so, then for some reasons, other religions for sure would object to the things another religion is going to come up with..Oh heck, what am I talking about, as if you understand..
What I want to say is, I’m proud to be Malaysian..I love my country very much..Look at this comment from an anonymous commentator..
*Screenshot of my Chatterbox*
This “i love malaysia” is so don’t love his/her country at all, here I assumed he/she’s a Malaysian..
It says that, “You can say how
fucked-up shitty our police is..but you can’t say how fucked-up shitty our government is..be a proud Malaysian.”
Well, if I don’t like the Government doesn’t meant that I don’t like my country..So does that means that the whole of Pakatan Rakyat damn hate our country? No?
My reply to her/him is I too deep in love of my country, Malaysia that I don’t want to see my country fall in the hand of not-so-smart people..
I would prefer some smarter guys to govern the country and take us high up to another level in the world..
See what happened to Myanmar, the Nargis cyclone or something..See what happened to Sichuan, China, earthquake and landslides caused tens of thousands of people homeless..
It’s natural-disaster everywhere in the world, but Malaysia..Malaysia only gets the usual floods, and accidents..Nothing more than that..Okay, maybe a tsunami or two..
And few landslides and corruptions perhaps..But all of these happened were because of people’s doings..We can improve that..
All I see is nonconstructive comments came from so-called Malaysia loyalists..But deep in their mind, they know nothing bout current issues and world issues..
All they know is to condemn other people and put the blame on whoever they dislike and that’s it..It’s such a fool for them to act like that, dah matang kononnya lah..
Well anyway, I think I’ll stop here and I shall comment more should I receive more nonconstructive comments from bozos..
On top of that, enjoy this song and the meaning of it, rather than just listening to the tune deafly..It’s for us and by us, Malaysians..