Monday, June 27, 2011

All about BERSIH 2.0

JK’s digest 2 of June, 2011 – All about the demonstration of Bersih 2.0

Many people have said their pieces.

I wrote the digest 1 of June 2011 – What about the demonstration?

I want to say more as there are too many funny noises out there.

Najib Tun Razak

Who is he throwing the challenge when he wanted to see people with guts?

Is he challenging the NGOs involved with Bersih 2.0 peaceful walk?

How can NGOs (not political parties) go for general election more so when the

GE is rigged by the Election Commission?

Isn’t Najib had been challenged in all his election efforts in the past?


How can he threaten the use of ISA when demonstration is allowed in the Federal Constitution?

Is all supplementary Acts of Parliament more powerful than the Federal Constitution?

Such Act as Petroleum Development Act, The Police Act, the Elections Act

have appeared to have superseded the Federal Constitution.

Is ISA justified here when the demonstration is peaceful? What about the economy sabotage

when rampant official corruption is leading the nation to bankruptcy?

If that is applied I think most politicians past and present should be under ISA too.


No worth to comment on his comments as he has a hidden agenda

as he may feel he would benefit from any crisis.

Ibrahim Ali of Perkasa

He is just a stupid stooge of someone and nothing worth to comment except

that if I say similar things in the opposite way, I would face the harsh consequences

of the illegal Government. But this man is somehow protected because of the

hidden agenda of the people behind him.


The UMNO youth wants to hold a “Patriotic March” and what for?

UMNO is the Trojan horse in Malaysia after giving 5 millions Identity cards

to illegals to make them bumiputra overnight. Now another 2 millions illegal

under a new amnesty would be used as phantom voters as it had been done

in earlier General Elections. The bulk of such extra people IC or EPIC are in Sabah.

Whatever a repeat of “May 13”

Najib must be removed if this happen as ‘thieves’ cannot be retained to

gain from the socalled manipulation to destroy the nation for own purposes. This hope may be in vain.

GE13 and Rahman

The 13 is staring at us in Sabah as in 1967, 1976, 1985, 1994 as the last two digits

all add up to 13. Then in Sabah there were general elections in 1999, 2004, 2008

albeit rigged by Election Commission. Rahman is also staring at the people of

Malaysia when Najib is the last in that ‘dynasty’ or die nasty. Rahman must end

or die so that the nation would have a new beginning to recover from all the worst

things in 53 years.

The answer is Interim Good Governance Government IGGG with Joshua Kong as the PM.

Bersih 2.0 walk or demonstration

This must be supported as it is right as it is very transparent and yet it faces

all the harsh words. If it is blamed for some inconveniences, it should be tolerated by the nation.

This free expression is a worthy ingredient of the free people. If the illegal Government

and illegal leaders view it otherwise and want to apply the hammer, then the previous

PMs and his cronies should face all the worst penalties for not transparent in all their

ways of lopsidedness and corruption including involvement in violent terrorism.

How about the trillions of Ringgit in profligacy partly for global violent terrorism?

What about the wealth of Petronas incurred direct or indirectly in global terrorism?

Where did Osama get his fund to operate global terrorism?

I hope the people concerned would confess on this.

Anti Illegal Governments (Federal & State)

We should be all an anti Illegal Governments and not stay complacent about it.

Today, we have in the nation so much poor people and poverty including hard core

poverty despite so much natural resources to make a much more beautiful nation

for all and not to enrich some umnoputras only.

An Analogy with a complex.

In Kota Kinabalu, there was a complex and the new owner decided to expand

the building possibly without good hindsight. The people (tenants and office workers)

inside the building were complacent about and possibly complaints to the relevant

authorities were rejected. Outsiders or consumers were making some noise but

ignored as usual. There was a fear of litigation. Soon after, it was declared that

said building was unsafe as some major tenants vacated the office from the complex.

So today, I believe many tenants have also moved out but some are stuck within the

complex with the risk at the back of their mind. So in Sabah and Malaysia,

we are really stuck with so much illegalities and 7 millions of illegals in our border

as illegal leaders flock with illegal people. Now the illegal leaders are screaming

so loud but the people should not worry because it is the swan song.. go there for more.

Before 9th July, Najib and his illegal Governments should

resign and hand over all those ill gotten gains still in their

possessions so that the nation can move on.

The patriotic people have enough of UMNO,

UMNO baru both illegal set ups.

So give ourselves a chance and as little politicking is desirable in the reconstruction

years ahead as economy and bread & butter issues are crucial to rise up in the domestic and global challenge.

Joshua Y. C. Kong

Anti Illegal Governments – Federal and State.


1 comment:


    We are definitely in deep shit if you want to talk about economy because politics of personal agenda had taken over everything.

    These leaders (BN and PR) would go politicking even after the next GE whoever may win and economy would continue to be in the backyard.

    If BN wins by rigging the elections by EC, it is meaningless. If BN loses even after rigging by EC, where would the nation heading to because Najib did not answer the question of peaceful handover of power..

    I think Najib – the illegal leader would take a leaf from Sabah in 1985 or 1994 over power changeover and every one would be the victims and losers as robbers would continue to do extra ‘business’.

    So better to have an Interim Good Governance Government to break the prevailing impasse for a better future in the nation.