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29.04.2012 | 記淨選盟

[Volume 7 Issue 4, #1399]
              
冇錯, 噚日我去咗淨選盟3.0嘅大集會.. 本來就係一心志在參與支持, 所以就冇去到最前線位置.. 因為所在位置偏離獨立廣場, 所以無驚無險安然度過和平嘅幾個小時, 慶幸冇受水炮同催淚彈攻擊, 慶幸冇見到任何暴動受傷事件.. 雖然不能夠話自己真正遊行抗議, 但係能夠與其他廿五萬人秉持同一精神, 嗰一刻, 我覺得親歷其境係值得驕傲嘅.. 你註冊投票咗未??
yes, i went to the Bersih 3.0 Rally yesterday.. i've always wanted just to attend and give support, hence i did not go to the very front line.. and because i was staying at peripheral locations, the few hours there have been peaceful, i was lucky that i wasn't hit by the water cannon and teargas, and there wasn't any violence and brutality seen.. though i may not consider this as practically participating, to be able to hold the same spirit with the other 250,000 people around me, at that moment, i felt that being there is something worth to be proud of.. have you registered to vote??
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103 comments:

  1. Happy Sunday morning everyone!

    Wakey! Wakey!

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    1. First Lady why you didn't attend the assembly??

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  2. Hi lina, I am number 2. Happy Sunday to you.

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    1. hehehe, yeah, i can consider it was a meaningful sunday for me!!

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  3. SK, you went Bersih 3.0, proud of you la!

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    1. Yeah, so proud of SK!

      A few of my colleagues and a lot of my online running buddies were there too.

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    2. yeah, i think this is the least we can support.. though still not quite impossible for a big change but at least we are moving there..

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  4. Yes, this year is my 3rd time voting.

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    1. yeah, this will be my 3rd time voting too..

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    2. This year is my first time voting @_@

      I know I've been a 'bad' rakyat.

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    3. Went to register myself after Bersih 2.0 :p

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  5. I will sure vote wisely. I hope the rest are the same.

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    1. Yeah, I hope everyone will vote.

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    2. yes, every vote counts and is important!! we should take this seriously..

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  6. Sure will vote la!! My FB flooded with all Bersih thingy yesterday and today.. :0

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    1. hahaha!! my facebook not really flooded, but i've been sharing quite a lot of updates, hope i didn't flood my friends, haha~~

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  7. I wouldn't say the same about the horrendous rampant littering that went on. So disgusting! I wish they could be a bit more civic-conscious. Certainly reflects badly upon them as people who care for their country. Tsk! Tsk!

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    1. it's not about the littering that we care about.. we have more major things that we want to achieve, errr maybe just wish to achieve.. well, maybe you are not into all these assemblies, so you can still happily sit at home and eat your big feast.. those who attended are trying to get freedom for everyone that participate, and also for those who never care to participate.. hehehe!! :D

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  8. yes registered to vote jor

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    1. this will be my 3rd time voting already..

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  9. I'm late today as I had to work.

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    1. nah, it's never too late to come and comment.. :)

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  10. I would love to participate too if I was not working yesterday.

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    1. i think it's sure no problem for people outside KL to participate, cos other places were just so peaceful..

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  11. I hv not participated in such rally before.

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    1. this was also my very first time.. i didn't participate in Bersih 2.0 and i think i should never miss this..

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  12. I guess the feeling is great when one participated.

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    1. you won't until you were there to see so many people having the same spirit, and you feel proud not for yourself, but for being one of them..

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  13. seeing what had happened, it's not 'Bersih' anymore.

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    1. this place is never bersih, that is why we are trying to bersihkan the place, haha!!

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  14. It's already out of control.

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    1. i guess the previous one was even worse, at least this time they didn't start the violence right from the beginning..

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  15. It's the risk to be taken when such rally is organized.

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    1. well, in the case of this bolehland, yes, this statement is valid.. :)

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  16. but the one in Ipoh was under control.

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    1. nowhere else in any other place that has Bersih 3.0 assembly ended up like the chaotic KL.. why???

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  17. oh ya..I surely got to vote.

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    1. you must make sure you use your vote wisely.. :)

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  18. D best thing is that Chinese is no longer stay in d house just to surf web n watch tv to follow up d progress...
    There r so many chinese participants....
    It is really shows tat we r 1 malaysia....

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    1. in fact i see a lot of chinese around.. and when you are there, there is just no race boundary anymore.. we don't care what race you are, but we are all seen as Malaysian at that very moment of truth..

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  19. u deserve a good pat on ur shoulders for participate......
    Hope tat our efforts do not just end after this rally....
    I could feel tat the world is watching us......
    I pray n all d best for a better m'sia.....

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    1. i didn't really consider myself participating, in fact i just turn up to make up the numbers.. those who really deserve a pat on shoulders are those who dared to the frontline..

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    1. so you were in Yuen fighting for prawns then??

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  21. Hopefully I am not voting together with those Bangladesh Indian Indonesian Nepalese Pakistani Burmese (Myanmar) Vietnamese........
    Mayb tat time they will have multi language voting center to ease the voters....

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    1. well, don't be surprise.. i've seen those temporary citizenship ID with expiry dates.. don't you think this is so absurd??

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  22. 昨天是黄花绿叶盛开的日子,很值得纪念。

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    1. 我永遠記得我自己身歷其境所感受到的那一種感動很震撼.. :)

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  23. good job bro!! at least you gain something on that day and you witness some truth :)

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    1. i didn't really witness any dismay happening.. because i was quite far away at the peripheral, frankly i was still a bit reserved about the security..

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  24. I didnt go, so I dun judge it. And I believe that some of my friend also posted and go also. hehe

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    1. I so many people who dun go and posted false information on facebook, I feel like so dumb right now lol because I should GO!

      too bad am shifting office and I am the main source for my family :/

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    2. huh?? got people who didn't go but stay at home posting false information?? these idiots are even worse than those people who just laughed at those who went to the assemblies!!

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  25. posted as in . . . post on blogspot.com hahaha

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    1. orh.. i didn't see a lot of blogs but more on facebook lah, cos got a lot of people share information there mah.. you got saw my updates?? haha~~

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  26. anyways, I saw red shirt in the rally photo, and I dunno what is the meaning of that.

    I know Green Color is say no to lynas. Perhaps Red is not from UMNO isn't it?

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    1. i also no idea about the red gang, maybe they are the SPR people?? anyway, we don't care who is who, as long as you are there, you are "clean malaysian", haha~~

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  27. well in other state, there is less people and cops is friendly, and I hope KL cops can be more friendly than I thought . . .

    *facepalm*

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    1. i would say that, besides the chaotic and brutal KL, all other places on earth that has Bersih 3.0 assembly have been so peaceful..

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  28. if you go to my profile and u will saw my Kedai Baru Pic. . . . hehe I gonna tiok Bandar Bukit Tinggi market kao kao :D

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    1. hahaha, i saw you posted a photo of your new shop lah.. but Bukit Tinggi woh, really "mountain long water far" for me lor~~

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  29. 估唔到你會去參加,其實都幾危險架。SOLUTE!!!

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    1. 我都有擔心過呢個問題, 不過既然去就一於豁出去啦!! 其實我都離開個前線好遠嘅, 冇事!!

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  30. im not eligible to vote yet :( but will still mentally support this!

    Latest: Of Latest Hit: Sesame Ramen

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    1. next round of election i think you are eligible already?? vote wisely~~ :)

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  31. 你真係勇敢,佩服你吖!

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    1. 冇話咩勇敢唔勇敢嘅, 係一個心態, 一份心意..

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  32. 好彩平平安安,冇穿冇烂! :)

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    1. 係呀, 原來係我離開之後, 警方就立刻發難!!

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  33. 哈哈哈~~~早知你去,一早跟埋你去啦!

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    1. 本來基於安全理由我都唔打算去, 不過最後一分鐘覺得至少都支持下啦, 所以先臨時改變主意..

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  34. 一片黄潮,高喊爱国口号,场面一定好震撼!

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    1. 係呀, 如果你係身歷其境, 的確會感受到一分好震撼嘅感動..

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  35. 而你亦现场拍低好多张相,真係成个战地摄记咁专业!

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    1. 唔係我一個, 個個人都係猛影相架啦, 歷史嘅見證嘛..

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  36. 为咗下一届大选,我哋需要谨慎利用我哋手上那张选票!

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    1. 我上一屆大選就已經好谨慎利用我手上那張選票架喇~~

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  37. 算然我人冇到现场,但係我通过网络电台追踪最新消息!

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    1. 最緊要係一分支持嘅心意囉我覺得..

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  38. 经过呢件事之后,相信人民会做出明智嘅决定选出下一届嘅当家!

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    1. 我哋儘管放長雙眼啦!! :)

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  39. Wah Thanbee so proud that didn't kena tear gas and water blast? Nest time I will threw old Milo tin on your head!! Ha ha ha ha!

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    1. yeah, i left earlier and only to find out that once i left, the police started to play violence and brutality on the protestors!!

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    2. Woo, SK, you were lucky, man!

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  40. Someday we might become like Bangkok! The Red Shirts will appear to protest against Yellow Shirts!

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    1. hmmm, but i still think democracy is just so far away from us.. no matter how we protest, there is just still very little changes done for the better, only the worse..

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  41. It was easy for you to hop onto the LRT train and head to town. Anay's car could never hit the town with road blockage! Next time I stay overnight at Thambee's house ok? Then we go to protest together!

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    1. well, if you want to do it, you will really find your way.. many people came from very far and still able to make it to the assembly!! some walked 20km to go to the town.. it just depends on your will Anay..

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  42. Funny thing was there was Bersih rally in Penang but my Penang friends came all the way from Penang to KL for day trip! They rather join the crowd here!

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    1. of course, the one in KL is the major one and i can tell you Anay, if you were there, you will really feel proud of yourself being one of the Bersih supporters.. you will be touched by how unite everyone was regardless the different races.. this is one moment of truth we see true 1Malaysia..

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  43. So you were there. Didn't get caught up in any incident? Which part of KL were you at?

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    1. nope i was lucky i left earlier before the police play truant!! also, i was further away from the front line, staying outside HSBC headquarters with thousands of other people.. :)

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  44. definitely registered to vote. it is a must for any Malaysian citizen who cares or their country and of course their well being!

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  45. 哈哈~~~我每届大选都凭良心投票架!

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  46. 我睇我同你都係企同一阵线! :)

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  47. i left by 230 so it was a +ve experience for me overall

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  48. I'm not going to comment anymore.... no more brain juice after reading and spamming for 3, 4 posts... exhausted.

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  49. But I'm so proud of you, SK. For joining the Bersih 3.0 and took the photos for sharing here.

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  50. Not very convenient for me to join Bersih in KL. Got 2 kids tagging along - am thinking of their safety first.

    Moreover, Bersih in my town here is not that 'happening', maybe the number of ppl involved is less than 50. Really bantah duduk only.

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  51. If I'm still single or married without kids, perhaps I would join the crowds and show some support~

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  52. Ok, brain really kering kontang already... stop here.

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  53. wow u went!!! KUDOS to u! and yup, i just registered this feb 29! auspicious date! HAHAHAHA!

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