The Kind of People Who Will Be At BERSIH 3.0 – GOOD LUCK!

Here’s a sampling of the kind of people who will be at Dataran Merdeka on Saturday.

We have the Pakatan Rakyat activists pretending to be members of the Bersih 3.0 movement.

They will be in yellow and will tell you with straight faces that they are apolitical and only want clean elections. Sure, they are not Pakatan Rakyat members/supporters and activists. Sure, we believe you.

Then there is the anti-Lynas group, masquerading as environmentalists but we all know that they are part of the PKR bandwagon.

Then, there is the bunch of lesbians, gays and homosexuals who are fighting for same sex marriages and free sex. It takes all kinds and they have now also become part of the Bersih movement.

To complicate matter, there is a self-proclaimed actress, which nobody has heard off, but has become a fixture at Dataran Merdeka. Seen puffing away, she is head shaven and her views are radical.

There are also self-proclaimed student leader Fahmi Reza and his Chinese girlfriend, Liew, who have taken time to make out at the Dataran during the protest. See the pictures yourself.

Here’s the best part, the Talibans with their turbans, beards and their women in black burqa will also be there, fighting for Malaysia to be turned into Afghanistan.

But there is also a protest in Bangkok by the foul-mouthed Namewee using Chinese vulgarities.

Just judge for yourself and tell us why Dataran Merdeka’s sacredness would be lost if these motley group of nut cases goes there.

Now you tell us, can you hand Malaysia to them?

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43 Responses to The Kind of People Who Will Be At BERSIH 3.0 – GOOD LUCK!

  1. Anonymas says:

    Those Thai ‘girls’ are actually transvestites.

    LOL

    • belang says:

      Actually all those thais is anwar using CGI technique like zek said before. This is his secret weapon and that’s why police having hard time catching him in the act and even if the police do manage to catch him one day, he will just say that it is new trend of tweeting using private parts.

    • helang says:

      Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin fails miserably as the Education Minister

      On 30 March 2012, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin pronounced Malaysia as having better quality of education than United States (US), Britain and Germany. He based his statement on one partial study in the World Competitiveness Report by World Economic Forum (WEF) on quality of education. In that specific study, Malaysia was ranked 14th as opposed to Germany (17th), Britain (20th) and United States (26th).

      However the above “rankings” were arrived by surveying 87 local businessmen with the question: “How well does the educational system in your country meet the needs of a competitive economy?” by rating it between a scale of 1 to 7.

      This particular survey question was never intended by the WEF, nor is it in any way adequate to provide conclusive ratings on the quality of the Malaysian education system. However, the Education Minister, who is also our Deputy Prime Minister clutched at the straw to declare proudly that we have indeed performed better than Germany, Britain and the United States.

      Tan Sri Muhyiddin has repeated the stunt 3 days ago when he cited a recent survey by Introspek Asia, which revealed yesterday that 55 per cent of Malaysian adults believe that our education system is comparable to other countries, while 35 per cent said it is “better than that of developed countries”.

      Once again, when we peel through the “surface” conclusions of the survey, it became crystal clear that the survey is again fundamentally deficient in measuring the quality of our education.

      After studying the survey in detail, which can be downloaded at http://www.introspekasia.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Introspek_Education_Survey_Summaryv1.3.pdf, we can arrive at the conclusion that the results are pretty much meaningless because of the sample used for the survey.

      The survey had 1,800 respondents, of which only 4.8% had qualifications of a university degree or more. On the other hand, 85.3% of these respondents had either SPM qualifications or less. Without prejudice to those who were unable to secure tertiary education due to circumstances beyond their control, this is perhaps the most inappropriate sample structure to ask about our Malaysian education system, if the intent was to have a measure of its quality.

      Perhaps what is worse is, less than 5% of the sample has had no experience or even in-depth knowledge of education systems in developed countries. Hence the outcome of the survey as to whether “Malaysian adults agree that our education standard are comparable, better or much better than developed countries” is at best a trivia to analyse how Malaysians are shut off from the real world out there.

      Ironically, the income status of the respondents – with 73.2% earning less than RM3,000 per month in itself proved the inadequacy of our education system to enable them to earn a higher income.

      In essence, Tan Sri Muhyiddin is relying on the opinions of those who didn’t get very far with their education to measure the standard of Malaysian education against those of developed countries. And the Education Minister used the result to boast about the achievements of his Ministry.

      Tan Sri Muhyiddin has chosen to ignore the latest Performance for International Students Assessments (PISA) study conducted in 2010 showed that we are ranked in the bottom third in the world, as well as the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) data over 1999, 2003 and 2007 which proved that the standards in education has been declining drastically over the past decade.

      Tan Sri Muhyiddin’s complete lack of ability to understand simple surveys, the context of their conclusions and implications proves how unfit he is to become our Education Minister. By choosing to ignore reality or failing to grasp the significance of survey results, we fear that our education system will be led into a cycle of perpetual decline that will cause irreparable damage to the future quality, productivity and earnings ability of our Malaysian students.

  2. Bangkok Chicken says:

    This Namewee is an ungrateful bastard. Nazri Aziz helped him in his movie ventures, now he uses foul languages against the government. I hope no one will touch him from now, let’s see if he can get any contracts. Useless fella.

    • Anwar Barua says:

      I am a Chinese and regretted when the government never take action on him for insulting our National Anthem ‘Negaraku’ with ‘NegaraKuKu’ which kuku in Hokkien is Penis or Malay is lancau. He insulted other religion as well. MCA is to be blame. Why so many still protect and support him. He is not patriotic at all. This fella is a bloody bastard.

    • Well 7 says:

      Well, well, money talks. The govt should check where they got the funds to launch so many demontrations . Millions of ringgit are involved as most of them are paid to demonstrate except for some ‘greenhorns’ who joined because of herds-mentality. Are foreign funds involved??? Who are the ones receiving the foreign funds???. About this Namewee, well, he is just like a “lallang”, he will go left or right where the sugar is. If there is no sugar, do you think he will be there? Peaceful demonstrations???. My foot, where in this world can you find peaceful demonstrations when from the beginning, they have started to challenge the police and the law.Anything goes wrong, blame the govt. So simple, if I am a dirty politician waiting for a chance to be “famous”, I will always support demonstrations. I can never loose anything but to gain a lot if there is trouble. Only dirty politicians support such demonstrations. Good working human being who have responsibilities will never involve themselves in demonstrations of this nature. Only those who need some dirty money to survive and all those with bad characters and bad influences will take part in such demonstrations of going against the police directives. By doing so, they are purposely set to confront and disobey the law and the police.

  3. Jasmine says:

    Disgusting bunch of people.

    • Ummi says:

      Only sore loser when there. Look at the Mak Ambi and Pak Samad just another bunch of loser and parasite. Using foreign fund to create havoc. Pray that God hit them with lightening.

      • belang says:

        Let’s not wishing them that far.

        In fact, you should wish pak samad and ambiga waking up on Saturday morning switching body. It would be a great scene to see pak samad in ambiga’s body and ambiga in pak samads. Ambiga probably wont realize it, thinking her testosterone hormone is rising again.

  4. Mohd Ghazmy says:

    Ini kah harapan Malaysia? Main sama girlfriend kat padang? Ikut style Anwar kot!

  5. Sad Malaysian says:

    Thanks for exposing these people.

  6. Shirly says:

    Its all a stage and it is staged by the political wizards. Bersih is just an excuse and a passport to create anti-govt sentiments by the Opposition. It is no longer an NGO thing. Alredy hijacked by the politicians

  7. Abu Bakar says:

    Bersih’s original cause was on track until the organisers allowed themselves to be used as puppets by politicians like Anwar who can say that “one phone call from him to Ambiga and she will call it off.”

    • Profesor says:

      Hahaha. Duit PTPTN dah habis joli. Nak belajar otak level budak darjah 6. CGPA bawah 1.0. Nak pergi beromen kat Budget Hotel Kira jam pun duit takde. Terpaksalah beromen kat padang. Mak bapak dia kut dulu beromen dalam kandang lembu atau babi. Sebab tu dapat anak pun jenis binatang. Tak tau malu Dan takde tata susila.

      Jangan marah saya. Kalau tak percaya tengok lembu atau babi beromen, kalau kat tepi jalan tu asyik nak jilat Dan cium puki aje.

  8. GURU says:

    Thank you Tunku Aziz, finally you made known your thought. I have the same thought about Bersih 3.0. Can we held Ambiga; Pak Samad Said and the rest of the committe liable for any loss to others peace loving citizens.

    Even after they successfully forming PR government the Rakyat have to sacrifice their peace because the same bunch of mOnkeys will take to the street when they dissatisfied with their unfulfilled demand.

    SAY NO TO STREET DEMO

    • belang says:

      I saw ambiga yesterday being whacked by KJ and seriously, she lost her plot completely. She was mumbling, berating and ranting more than debating and at one point like a senile half past six aci. I hate to say it but bar council members who brought her up as the president not long ago would have a chimpanzee IQ kind of lawyers for not being able to recognize due talent.

  9. belang says:

    Namewee just completed the Bersih 3.0. It was said, he is the product of taiwan university from the mass comm faculty but if you look him closer he’s more like the product of mass cum faculty of taiwan’s back alley .

    He tried to get his fame in taiwan, singing by the roadside trying to entertain many but I guess the taiwanese felt that his looks maybe suit with animal planet segment than the talent show. Anyway back in Malaysia, namewee finally made his mark, selling his first movie and doing Monkey Business to many. I mean really monkey business…sheeesh

  10. ED says:

    Ha ha.. love Fahmi and Liew there. Had a few ‘quickies’ in the name of PTPTN.. Thank God there were not many of them, or not there will be a protest on “Tidak Cukup Kondom di Negara Ini”..

  11. Macha says:

    In the video clip the Pondan said that those who didn’t support Bersih 3.0 is Pukima; Smelly Cun (chaojibai) and no penis (boalancau). Sincerely I am really pissed off whenever is Bastard Namewee name is mentioned. Some minister thought it is a new kind of talent. But to me it just show that the Paria level of thinking of this person.
    I think we all have been really insulted by this bugger as he is using the vulgar words on everybody. If I ever meet him face to face, I swear to God, I will give him a punch to his face.

    Are you still smiling when you watch the Youtube clip. If yes then you know where and who you really are.

    • Well 7 says:

      Macha, if you happen to meet that idiot, pl give him a kick to his bottom for me and if I meet him first, I will give him a punch to his face and shout your name..ha.ha.

  12. Namawee says:

    Halo Macha why are you so angry. Pukima and Caujibai is to tell you how you wasted the opportunity to really smell and taste our Mama Ambiga cun. That’s why you should support Bersih 3.0 just have umph.
    Pak Samad is a Bolancau fella. Look at his face, no aura as a so called Sasterawan Negara but he love the smelly cun and Pukima so much. That’s why he keep following Mama Ambiga where ever she go.

    To Bersih supporter – for a support you received, 100 more Opposition you receive from silen Malaysians.

  13. Anonymous says:

    DEAR SIR,
    THEY ARE SCUMBAGS OF THE NATION. THEY WILL CREATE TRAFIC JAMS AND WILL COST PUBLIC PROPERTY DAMAGE. HIT THEM HARD.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Don’t worry lah, that Yap Sin Tian, Dr x3 and fake Dr x2, and all his no lanhood Dong Zong dogs are not attending.

  15. I want to puke says:

    Namewee should be tied to a small tongkang and set adrift in the south china sea. Instead, the bastard got a grant to make his oh-so-stupid movie.

    The authorities should uphold the law and take stern action against the illegal Bersih 2.0 assembly. Instead, the law breakers were given mineral water and fed nasi bungkus by the police.

    DBKL says dataran mardeka is off-limits to Bersih 3.0 and the onus is on Bersih to find other alternative venues. Instead, the federal government is the one that is looking for other venues for Bersih

    What is wrong with this picture folks?????? Its time for the government to show some backbone. Enough is enough !!! Stop giving face to these morons and idiots who think they could do whatever they want at the expense of other law abiding citizens.

  16. Ah Yoke says:

    Kotor 3.0

  17. jay says:

    Public Order Act 1986 – United Kingdom

    Section 14 – Imposing conditions on public assemblies.

    (1)If the senior police officer, having regard to the time or place at which and the circumstances in which any public assembly is being held or is intended to be held, reasonably believes that—

    (a)it may result in serious public disorder, serious damage to property or serious disruption to the life of the community, or

    (b)the purpose of the persons organising it is the intimidation of others with a view to compelling them not to do an act they have a right to do, or to do an act they have a right not to do,

    he may give directions imposing on the persons organising or taking part in the assembly such conditions as to the place at which the assembly may be (or continue to be) held, its maximum duration, or the maximum number of persons who may constitute it, as appear to him necessary to prevent such disorder, damage, disruption or intimidation.

    Article 10 of the Malaysian Constitution

    Freedom of speech, assembly and association

    10. (1) Subject to Clauses (2), (3) and (4)—

    (a) every citizen has the right to freedom of speech and expression;

    (b) all citizens have the right to assemble peaceably and without arms;

    (c) all citizens have the right to form associations.

    (2) Parliament may by law impose—

    (a) on the rights conferred by paragraph (a) of Clause (1), such restrictions
    as it deems necessary or expedient in the interest of the security of the
    Federation or any part thereof, friendly relations with other countries,
    public order or morality and restrictions designed to protect the privileges
    of Parliament or of any Legislative Assembly or to provide against
    contempt of court, defamation, or incitement to any offence;

    (b) on the right conferred by paragraph (b) of Clause (1), such restrictions
    as it deems necessary or expedient in the interest of the security of the
    Federation or any part thereof or public order;

    (c) on the right conferred by paragraph (c) of Clause (1), such restrictions
    as it deems necessary or expedient in the interest of the security of the
    Federation or any part thereof, public order or morality

    In any country where there is a reasonable apprehension that disturbance would be caused by a public assembly, the authority have the right to act – otherwise what is the purpose of having such laws. If one were to compare the above two provisions, the one in UK is much stricter in its application.

    • malaysian at heart says:

      Agree with you, tapi ini semua orang mana ada baca. Ada belajar tinggi maybe macam burung kakatua high on the tree top, but parroting la. Akal semua di kaki. Ingrates all. They should travel the world and then only will they know how priceless the peace is in this land of ours.

  18. klmn10 says:

    wow, pukee berulat siam pon ada – kempen utk sifilis/gono/std juga ye.

  19. Dewan Bahasa says:

    Pak Samad diberi anugerah terbaru di atas sumbangan beliau menjayakan Bersih 3.0. Beliau sekarang dianugerahi dengan SASAUwan Negara.
    Pengiktirafan diberikan kerana sumbangan serta penampilan beliau yang tidak terurus Dan misai serta jambang yang tak cukup duit beli pisau cukur

  20. anon says:

    The gays seem to have a comeback of sort. The back of Dataran Merdeka, Padang Kelab Selangor used to be their haven to market their trade back in the 80′s. First was Kowloon(behind EPF) then shifted to Padang Kelab then to Kowloon.

    Now even better.
    They have many top leaders backing them.
    Particularly that slick guy.

    Sicklaaaaah these Bersih.

    Sick of them using nice names to cover their vices.
    Bersih when it is actually kotor being just a vehicle to bluff and create anger to fish for votes. Still going for its picket trade when their demands have been met at the highest level.
    Calling themselves Keadilan when its actually a facade of getting its main guy out of hot soup as though they are above the law.
    They are many more instances of using nice name tricks but you go figure out yourselves

  21. Nkama31 says:

    Bring Tun Dr. Mahathir back. To replace Hishamuddin Tun Hussein.

  22. BlueBlue says:

    First, Bersih is said to be organized by groups of NGO, but what i see is obviously opposition playing the cards behind the facade. These people need to get a life, thinking that being ruled under PR is fun. For a fact, their elections are far more dubious than any other elections out there and they are trying to champion for free and fair elections? Its like trying to eat from their own butthole.

  23. Ken says:

    Wow I’ll have whatever you guys are drinking! Cos this stuff totally numbs the senses and makes you simple-minded. That’s what we need today when life gets tough hey?

    Afterall, why should we march for FAIR ELECTIONS?

    Let the incumbent politicans drain the country’s treasury dry and fill their own pockets.

  24. Anonymous says:

    And your kind?! dogs who only say yes to their masters.. pure corrupted! If you ever have a brain, think about it! Election?! Go visit those natives and ask them how much they receive from those corrupted BN ministers! YOU’RE AN IDIOT!

  25. lol says:

    true wat…memang pukima……wants the fact, go watch al-jazirah, cnn or cna la….TV1, TV2, TV3, NTV7, TV8…apa buat? buat tak tau…..funny ppl…..like nothing happen instead of letting blog to update….jokers

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