11.07.2011 | 七九紀事

[#1223] 七月九日我留喺屋企冇出街, 但係不停跟進709遊行嘅最新消息, 關心市中心緊張嘅情況.. 事件已經告一段落, 所發生嘅已經發生, 我覺得已經唔需要再評論啲乜嘢, 事實勝于雄辯, 真的假不了, 假的真不了.. 反而最值得讚揚嘅係嗰一份堅持嘅精神, 所以我想喺度同大家分享一啲網上搵到當時情況嘅寫實照片, 我稍為合成一下, 紀念呢一個歷史性日子..

[#1223] i did not go anywhere but stayed at home on 9th July, and have been following with all lastest updates of the rally and taking concerns of situation out there.. the incident ended one of its chapter, whatever happened has happened and i think it's not appropriate to comment on the issue anymore.. the truth can't be denied and lies can't be the truth, instead what comes more valuable was that noble spirit we have clearly seen.. hence i'd like to share some of the photos taken from websites that truthfully show situations during the rally, i collaged them a little to commemorate this historic day..
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101 comments:

  1. LOL... for the kids' sake(actually myself kiasi also), we even postpone our library trip to the next day... luckily only 10cent per book fine!:p

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  2. I was indeed impressed by their spirit.

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  3. Seen an email about Annie being called the Malaysian Lady of Liberty.

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  4. to all the yellow warriors, much respect to you.

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  5. Whomever is right or wrong, you guys exercise your rights as a citizen in a democratic country.

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  6. Sad to say, I am not as brave as them. :(

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  7. Haiz.....very sad..And really no comment!

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  8. Next round, Thambee must not sit at home again! Bring Kamala out and ask her wear yellow saree to protest la! Thambee is Malaysian too!

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  9. I saw so many photos and it moved my heart! Thambee and I must march together next time okei!

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  10. Ask Kamala walk with Annie! Kamala will become Liberty of Roti Channai la dei.

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  11. Marina Mahathir also took part but why no one snapped her photos? Thambee have ka?

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  12. Come this elections, I will be helping one MP to contest. Dunno what he will ask me to do.

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  13. I think it was the biggest turn out and support by Malaysians in history. Now the foreign media are reporting the truths instead.

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  14. 我晏昼开始一直留喺屋企冇出街,同你同步不停跟進709遊行嘅最新消息,關心市中心緊張嘅情況。。。怕娘亲担心我喺KL嘅处境,过后打电话返家乡同娘亲报平安。我在此向全体喺前线嘅黄衣战士致敬!

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  15. The people have spoken...

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  16. I hope our eyes are now more opened than before. :)

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  17. I have been gone for so long... I don't know what is going on >.<;

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  18. but then, some people are in denial over what the average Malaysians really want and fight for. :(

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  19. I read newspapers, there's a few different versions of what happened....

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  20. Respect and salute all yellowers! Respect to our own Lady of Liberty! Someone did win that day, like Charis Ding said it here.

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  21. a proud day for malaysians, a sad day for the administrators of this company. The way the police handled this situation was way uncalled for.

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  22. rally is a success. will it really achieve its objective in general election. we will see =p

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  23. bout this issue, i commented and shared A LOT on FB hahahaah! even my profile pic puts up a big bersih yellow sign :p

    btw, how did u do the 1,2,3,4,5...picture links with buttons? cool!!

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  24. 場面好緊要虛冚,好大陣仗喔。

    真係可以“反清復明”咩??

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  25. Blogger have our very own SK's historic 'Hari Ini Dalam Sebelah', very neatly done.

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  26. This is the real incident. Thank you for posting this. And there is more people dunno about truth about Bersih. Especially Youngster who always 沉迷电玩。

    好笑就是,有一个年轻人差我的岁数不远,问什么事 Bersih . . . 靠 . . .

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  27. those leaders say will sue and arrest media and blogger who post false massage on the Internet . . . I am so sad about this issue and make me no worries about it. Because most of the Blogger that I know posted facts about Bersih Rally.

    Me myself I know what happen because readed live twitter about Bersih, unlike other official Media which is simply sit inside office and edit some photo then posted on the official website say that "PDRM treat the Bersih Protest very good and give medical too" man seriously this is such a insult . . .

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  28. BN and News Media Humiliate those who had a clean mind and corrupt the Rakyat mind . . .

    人在做,天在看。我也是时候刚刚可以报名参加 Undi 了 . . .

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  29. It is the time to change the current government!!

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  30. If i at malaysia, possible i will go to kepo a bit there...

    Don't know what is the feeling if kena the "boom"

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  31. it is a memorable date for all malaysian.

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  32. beautifully done SK, love the way you arranged it.

    the issue is far from being over. it will definitely be brought up again and again. if it died down, i think during the next GE, surely got ppl bring it up one. lol

    i just dont understand why the gov still wanna deny and lie when we see how many people have been posting on FB their experiences on that day. i.e., the attack of a hospital; direct contact... sigh... democracy is a bitch.

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  33. My heart goes out to all of those who walked the talk, literally! Especially to Anne, Lady of Liberty!!

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  34. We saw the filtered, they experienced the truth, this is so true. Still there was someone telling the press there was no tear gas thrown inside the hospital, despite pictures and videos were captured. Media isn't bersih and hospital also isn't bersih. Sigh...

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  35. 我也没想到这次会那么踊跃呢!不过我老妈竟然不给我出门叻!

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  36. very sad to know about this. sigh.. I think it will never end. :/

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  37. I was at sunway lagoon on dat day. at 1st was worry if the road really close. :x

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  38. looking at the pictures n videos posted online everywhere seriously make me speechless. especially when reading blogger who went there and their experience.

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  39. certain part i dnt understand why the police wanna throw tear gas to the people when they didnt do any violence. :(

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  40. hopefully everything will get better and peace. :)

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  41. Thanks for sharing these photos! I am moved!

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  42. Salute to Anne, the Lady Of Liberty!

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  43. I just think it is not right to use the tear gas when the crowd did not fight with the police or turn violent! I mean they were just standing there!

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  44. And to shoot tear gas into Tung Shin Hospital compound and later denied it?! Unacceptable!

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  45. Do the police really need to be brutal? Were these people carrying weapons? They were just marching peacefully.

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  46. Is it too much to ask for a fair and clean election? And it's just a peaceful gathering. Why did the police over-reacted and blocked the roads and all?

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  47. Had the Government allowed the rally to be held at Stadium Merdeka, there would not be so much chaos on that day.

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  48. I watched the TV3 news that night and was shocked that they covered up most of the truth. I mean, I was following the events on Twitter and the stories on Twitter, which was live btw, were totally different from what was portrayed in TV3!

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  49. Reading NST also made me felt a little angry. Every article on the Bersih rally was in support of the Government. Not fair reporting at all!

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  50. This is not to say I support rallies. Or even support Bersih. I just think people should be allowed to freely voice their opinions as long as it's done in a proper manner.

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  51. Of course I thought UMNO and Perkasa organizing their own rallies on that day were troublemakers! I mean, let Bersih have their rallies first, and then you can also do your own rallies! Having rallies on the same day at the same place are just asking for trouble and that's what they want I guess!

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  52. I admire all those who went for the rally. Even though there were lots of insincere people using the rally for their own hidden agendas, I thought there were also lots of sincere people who really wanted what was best for the country.

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  53. Marina Mahathir also attended the rally. I wonder what Dr M thinks of her daughter! LOL!

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  54. So is the Bersih rally a success? I LOL when all sides claimed they won. Bersih said the rally was successful. The Government said they succeed in stopping Bersih from carrying out the rally. And the police said they were successful in preventing the rally from turning violent when it was them who were the violent party!

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  55. I guess the only losers were the business people and shop owners. Like losing thousands or tens of thousands on that day.

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  56. such a huge crowd huh... this is wuite a normal scenario here too... oppositions versus the administration...

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  57. If that's the news on TV, i will immediately change the channel or turn the TV off...

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  58. just hoping this issue will end soon...

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  59. 0907我怕到取消回吉隆坡的车票。真的是无胆匪类。不过,从12点开始关注各大网站还有FB里面的update,心情很澎湃。晚上更是追踪各大报道到深夜。那是一个全民沸腾的夜晚。那是一个如此感觉到我是马来西亚人的一个夜晚。

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  60. Things happen for a reason and after 709 we saw their true colors of men in blue. Supposed to protect the rakyat and contain peace and order BUT..they are brutal, abused their powers and were trouble makers themselves. Saw a video clip where one elderly man wearing a white haji cap was sitting on the road with the rest, peaceful with non-violence. Just as the polis fired tear gas a bunch of polis rush over and kicked the Tuan Haji who was seated in the front row. OMG! Shocked with disbelief and lost for words..

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  61. Mmmmm,, I wonder next year what colour will they choose....LOL!

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  62. A wonderful compilation, SK. Thanks for sharing.

    Technology of today has allowed us access to whatever's happening around the world, good or bad. Twitter and video-sharing have changed the world of communication.

    And a blog is a great place for documentation, yeah?

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  63. our men in blue got overzealous exercising their power. Were any of the people involved in the rally violent to warrant tear gas and getting hosed down?

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  64. 一班不知所谓的官,除了权力和金钱,良知都没有了。

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  65. i wanted to join the crowd but unfortunately i need to work on that day. So i missed the moment :(

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  66. We saw a TRUE "1 MALAYSIA" on 709!

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  67. thanks for sharing the photos, and that's really a nice compilation of photo collages.. well done SK :)

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  68. salute to all the yellow warriors, especially to the forefronts and also those who are less enabled.. Lady of Liberty, yay!! to her.. :)

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  69. @ Alice Law:
    yeah, i also stayed at home for the whole day, such an uncommon saturday for me to be at home, haha.. :D

    @ wenn:
    oh yeah, definitely!! they showed us what is perseverance.. :)

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  70. @ Bananazஇ:
    Anne has since then become very popular in the web, i guess she will never expect that right?? :)

    @ lina:
    yeah, i am not as brave as them too.. they have showed us that they act upon their request for rights as a citizen..

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  71. @ 小雪:
    絕對是, 現在每天進入facebook都可以看到很多朋友在討論著..

    @ Sam Wong:
    well, look into the positive side, i think they have showed us some respectable spirit right??

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  72. @ Twilight Man:
    Arumugam where were you on that day?? Arumugam was hiding deep inside the Thailand forest and never bother to come back and march with Letchumi!! haha, Kamala is a very low profile lady, she will not want to become any other lady besides Lady of Thambee, haha!! that Arumugam must understand ok?? oh, yeah, Thambee was so touched by those photos and hence decided to do this collage of photos.. Arumugam want to go with Thambee next time?? errr, wonder if there's another time actually?? haha.. errr, maybe Marina just hide at one corner and nobody noticed her, anyway that is not important also right?? important is that we see the spirit of the warriors, kind of respectable..

    @ edward:
    哈哈, 其實我從來都冇擔心過KL會有咩事囉, 唔通和平示威會發生淪陷咩?? 如果真係淪陷, 你覺得錯在哪方呢其實?? 我都向各位前線黃衣戰士致敬.. :)

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  73. @ Tekkaus:
    oh yeah, with the instant communications of technology, i think we have seen a lot of the truth right??

    @ suituapui:
    yeah, just continue with your eating after eating.. hehehe!!

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  74. @ ladyviral:
    oh, you didn't know what was happening?? maybe just login to FB and you'll see lots of things..

    @ lina:
    well, don't you think this is what always happen over here?? but i'm happy we have now technology to help us see the truth..

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  75. @ Hayley:
    well, it really depends on what kind of newspaper you read.. local mainstream paper, you'll see the pro-government.. foreign newspapers, you probably see the neutral reporting..

    @ yvonne:
    yeah, no doubt the yellowers have shown us respectable spirit.. haha, Lady of Liberty, i guess Anne never expect herself to be so popular now right?? she even has her own fan page in FB now, haha..

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  76. @ Isaac Tan:
    yeah, i think many are proud of the respectable spirit of the forefront yellow warriors.. not to condemn the administrators, but at least we see that the people are now voicing out what they really want for the country..

    @ neTToboy:
    no matter it's a success or failure, we cannot deny that the message was conveyed and we see the respectable spirit of the warriors voicing what we really want for the country..

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  77. @ kyh:
    yeah, i also commented a lot in FB but i didn't share a lot.. actually enjoy reading and watching all those articles posted.. haha, i have my yellow profile pics took, but i changed it back to normal one after the show.. you interested with the numbered photo?? i used some javascripts to do them myself.. :)

    @ 海市蜃樓:
    係呀, 真係好虛冚, 如果親歷其境應該更加有感覺囉.. 哈哈, 呢啲係你哋新加坡見唔到架喇~~ :D

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  78. @ Bananazஇ:
    haha, i think not only myself.. there are lots of bloggers writing about this in their own blogs, this is not only SK but about our land.. :)

    @ Kian Fai:
    i have to say many of the youngsters now are still happily enjoying their own games, i still see people posting about what they eat and what they play on that day, and they really look quite annoying amongst the majority posting about the rally.. we read and saw the truth from the neutral sources, and those are not censored and reporting the very truthful facts.. you seem to have your own stand point and view about the whole issue, but i guess you have to be modest in your wordings if you really want to express your views on this issue, maybe you can add on some disclaimer to protect your own interests.. i seriously think freedom of speech is always our right.. :)

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  79. @ CH Voon:
    haha, i heard it feels just like stronger pepper spray, that will make you tear and little sharp pain like needle poke on your skin.. and they say by gargling salt will help you feel better.. :)

    @ Medie007:
    oh my!! surprise Medie007 is leaving such a long comment this time, haha!! well, i never say this issue was over but i specifically say a chapter is over meaning the rally itself.. well, we all know what is gonna happen in the next GE, even the authorities can make wild guesses and are now trying to patch back all the gaps.. but the more the do to patch, the more the people feel irritated..

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  80. @ iamthewitch:
    yeah, i have to say i respect the forefront warriors a lot.. and Anne is definitely somebody what won all nation's respect..

    @ Sheoh Yan:
    well, all sorts and all versions of stories to try to show that they are right.. still they are not regretful about all the harm they have caused, but just want to deny!! guess this is their philosophy of life, which i think is just garbage thinking!!

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  81. @ Casendra:
    其實看到那麼多人支持, 我的內心也為之澎湃了, 哈哈!! 你媽媽怕亂不給你出門, 這個可以理解喇..

    @ Caroline Ng May Ling:
    yeah, so you were enjoying yourself in Sunway Lagoon that day and worried that if the road are closed you cannot go home?? haha.. well, i think everything was over-reacted and it is just so unnecessary to do all those prevention as the intention of the rally was for a peaceful petition.. similar to you, there are a lot of things that we cannot comprehend at all, but albeit everything we still want things to go better and everyone lives in peace in this land of ours.. :)

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  82. @ foongpc:
    well, i didn't choose to even read and watch the reportings from the local mainstream media, as i know they will be pro-government and will do their best to cover up a lot of stories that are not doing well to the government.. i choose to believe neutral bodies, as they are the one who will not censor and do direct reporting on the facts truthfully.. i do have the same view, being neutral and not supporting either side, i do think that if things are being arranged accordingly in a peaceful manner, no one side trying to pull down the other side, there will be no violence and brutality but just merely a peaceful march.. i regret to see all the casualties and sufferings, for which the initial intention is a peaceful rally for a more transparent voting system.. well, losers?? i think there are even bigger losers than the business and shops, from what we have read, the government definitely has lost trust from many people.. not to comment whether the rally is successful or a failure, i guess at least we see the respectable spirit of the people who participate in the rally, to bravely voice out their views and what we really want for the country.. it's for the country and the people, and not for individuals.. this is what we call a very noble altruistic spirit.. Lady of Liberty, haha, yeah, for sure Anne will never expect herself to be so popular now yeah?? :p

    @ bluedreamer27:
    haha, not really politics but just an incident that happened in our country last saturday if you've not heard about it.. am curious what has the Philippines reported about this incident on news??

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  83. @ imyuyu:
    其實如果你要回來恐怕也會有點麻煩, 因為很多通往市區的道路全都被封鎖了, 整個KL好像空城那樣.. 我也是全天候守住facebook看最新消息哦, 哈哈, 對, 我也從來沒有如此關心國家大事的, 那是第一次.. :)

    @ Bananazஇ:
    oh yeah, that was featured in the Al Jazeera right?? i saw that too, and it was really a shock and we all know who has done the wrong things clearly from there.. yet, some are still trying to deny their deeds with thousands of excuses and explanations, i was really pissed off with that.. it was such an unfair situation for the forefront, but yet their respectable and perseverance spirit is something that i must salute them..

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  84. @ Pete:
    will still be the yellow color i guess.. so are you wearing yellow every saturday now??

    @ HappySurfer:
    yes, technology has allowed us to see the real truth experienced by the people and not merely the censored news.. i have been sitting in front of the PC refreshing my facebook for latest updates of the rally.. haha, so i am posting this to commemorate this historic day.. :)

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  85. @ lina:
    definitely like what has been described by Bananazஇ in his comment above.. we see the truth and there's just no way that we will believe what's been explained to deny the deeds right??

    @ 单身汉:
    這的確是一個很讓人覺得悲憤的事實, 所以人命開始把意願高喊出來了..

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  86. @ TZ:
    oh, so you have been working for the whole day on saturday?? why didn't you take leave to join the crowd?? :p

    @ Quay Po Cooks:
    yeah, we really saw the true 1Malaysia spirit being exercised amongst the protestors.. :)

    @ victor:
    haha, thanks, just felt that i should be posting something about this historic day.. didn't want to comment much so i just showed some photos.. haha, to the yellow warriors and lady of liberty~~ :D

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  87. Ha ha ha ha LMAO! How dare Thambee said I was hiding deep in Thailand's forest???

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  88. Spot on, you really could smell that I was inside a forest and you were correct dei. I will blog about it later.

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  89. I really like your blog and initiative to decorate your banners and photos. Now your rally's photo was well arranged and touched me all over! LOL

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  90. like everything happens for a reason....

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  91. @ Twilight Man:
    eih, Arumugam you were really hiding deep inside the Thai forest right?? Arumugam whatsapp Thambee remember?? haha.. too bad Arumugam didn't join the rally, or else it will be more meaningful than hiding inside the forest.. oh yeah, just think this is a meaningful day in the history, so Thambee want to dedicate these photos to the yellow spirit.. :)

    @ Ayie:
    yeah, this is actually about a rally that happened in Kuala Lumpur last Saturday, for fairer and cleaner electoral process.. :)

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  92. Yo! Thambee you have been booked for next rally!

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  93. Get ready your Yellow outfits. Put on the best smiles so that I can snap your photos.

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  94. I will make a slide of Thambee protesting in the rally and throw yellow curry at the water canons gunmen!

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  95. I hope you will post more such photos to wake bloggers and readers up to vote and exercise their rights!

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  96. SK Thambee wisely said NOTHING HAPPENS WITHOUT A REASON... It is 100 comments again!

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  97. @ Twilight Man:
    hey, Thambee really hope this will be the last rally that the people have to participate.. Thambee of course would rather see a everything running good and for the rakyat than to see all the casualties and brutalities in such rally right?? if there's a real democracy, do you think there's even a need for street protest and rally?? Arumugam you so looking forward to throw yellow curry with cheese at the brutal force?? kekekeke.. better go back to motherland and eat the curry cooked by Letchumi lah, those are specially for Arumugam cooked with heart~~ :p

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