Now the yellow Bersih T Shirt is outlawed by Home Minister Hishamuddin Hussein. What if someone decides to wear a yellow coloured trouser with Bersih inscribed at the buttock, or is wearing a yellow coloured underwear inscribed at the front portion ‘I love Bersih’. Will they be persecuted too? Some time ago, a black coloured T Shirt faced the same restriction.
Now what is actually happening to you Hisham? Or have you gone crazy that you can no longer think and decide rationally? The announcement you made to ban the wearing of the yellow coloured Bersih T Shirt is the most idiotic and laughable decision ever made by you. Right thinking Malaysians are not only laughing at you, but the entire civilized world, with the exception of Zimbabwe maybe. It is really funny, and what can we expect if we have clowns like him running the country. Hisham, if your grandfather Datuk Onn Jaafar; an adorable gentleman is alive today, he too will be laughing at you, for it was he that fought for the liberties of the people of his time.
Just in case Hisham does not realize this; what you have done is to cause more hatred for UMNO/BN at a time when the GE is nearing. The actions taken by your police in making arrests of so many people over the Bersih affair is intimidation at its worse. This can easily spark public unrest, and if that happens, I have you to blame. The people are already feeling the pressure that their rights is being denied, and please do not push them to the wall any further. Learn the lessons of the recent civil unrest in Egypt. Who actually gained by the unrest……….it is the people, and who actually lost………it is the leaders of the country and the all powerful President Mubarak is forced to surrender his crown. Do you want this to happen to the leaders of this country? Just try it on the people if you wish, and I am certain that you will end up losing sleep.
The problem with you Hisham is that since you were born; you were living a life of luxury. You must have had several nannies to pamper you. And you hardly knew or felt the difficulties of the kampong folks. During the troubled period of May 13, 1969, you must be in your teens and does not understand the difficulties faced by the security forces in trying to maintain the peace. And today, there is no one serving member from either the police or the military that saw duties during that troubled period; not even the present IGP. I can tell you that it was no joy, and I think it is because of your ‘ignorance’ of the problems associated with public order that you have made such preposterous statements that will put the public and the security forces in harm’s way. I know you will not be affected by the rioting should it develop, because you will get all the security protection you need.
I am sorry for continuously hitting at you over the last few articles of mine for your self imposed stupidity; for I think I love this country more than you.
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