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Salam and good day to all. Have you heard about this new act called 114A? If you’re not sure, why don’t spend some of your time by watching the video below for some information, would you?
— izzatruslan™ (@izzatruslan) August 13, 2012
Say no to 114A! Stop 114A!
Salam and hello everyone. This would be my last entry on the issue of Bersih 2.0 and the purpose of this entry is just to share with this blog readers what was actually happened during the rally. I hope you watch this video rationally and watch it as a human with humanity, as a citizen of a democratic country and with an open heart. By sharing this video, it doesn’t mean I’m supporting the Bersih 2.0 rally and provoking the government and police; it is just for the sake of sharing. You can read my previous entry for my thoughts on Bersih 2.0.
Salam and hello everyone. If you’re Malaysian, you obviously know about the Bersih 2.0 rally that had happened yesterday in capital city of Kuala Lumpur. If you’re “old people” who only seek information from one channel only and ignore the other alternative source of information channels, you might end up thinks the rally has caused a lot of trouble and Bersih 2.0 bring nothing except negative effect. I can assure this as I heard and see many of us are still don’t understand why we need Bersih 2.0. Please keep your attention that I didn’t mention about Bersih 2.0 rally, but what I want to bring up here is what Bersih 2.0′s demands or objectives.
So, please put aside about who organized this Bersih 2.0 rally, who are the leader, what the leader did in the past and what so ever. Let’s focus on more important issue about the current election system of our so-called democratic country Malaysia, which is what Bersih 2.0 is pointing out.
“I think it’s about time for people to stand up and be counted, (and state) how they feel about (the Bersih 2.0 rally),” – Datuk Seri Najib Razak, Prime Minister of Malaysia. (Source)
So, dear my Mr. Prime Minister, let me state my standpoints on Bersih 2.0 issue. Personally, I’m against the rally. I say the rally. Not what the Bersih 2.0 is trying to fight regarding the current election system in Malaysia. Yes, different people have different way of accepting the issue on Bersih 2.0 and for me, rally is not my way. However, it doesn’t mean I have to totally push away what Bersih 2.0 is highlighting regarding Malaysia’s election system which needs a major reform for a more clean and transparent election system. Don’t get what I’m saying? Watch the video below.
Salam and hello everyone. Forget for a while about #OpMalaysia Anonymous, Rileks Crew, Dragon Force Malaysia and other hackers with their hacking plans. TV3 has announced price reduction of RON97 fuel for rm0.10 and this bring down the price to RM2.80 beginning tomorrow (16th June 2011). This is somehow good news, even we don’t know until when this price will remain or going up or down again. Let’s wait and see.
Whatever it is, I can assure that this price reduction doesn’t bring any effects towards the price hikes of food cost and others cost related with the use of diesel. Well, Mr. Government, thank you but no thank you, really.
#OpMalaysia (Updated) – Malaysia Hackers Response Towards Blocking of File Sharing Websites by SKMM; Anonymous Has Called Off [Their] Plan
Salam and hello everyone. I believe most of Malaysia netizens have noticed about the blocking of file sharing websites by SKMM (Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia) lately and in the latest news today, most ISPs have already taken their action accordingly as requested by SKMM and KPDNKK to block all access to more than 10 of most popular file sharing websites. Read my previous entry for details.
As expected, this action is not acceptable by those file sharing websites users and a Facebook page to show their protest is now gaining more and more exposure from both netizens and medias. Most of the fans of the Facebook page shows their unacceptable reaction towards the action by SKMM. The issue becomes more hot when one of the most respected hackers groups, Anonymous has announced their plan to hack Malaysia government website as a sign of support for Malaysia netizen. Anonymous at first plans to hack Malaysia government website (www.malaysia.gov.my) at 7.30pm GMT on Wednesday (3.30am Thursday Malaysian time) and has named it “Operation Malaysia” . The video below shows the response of Anonymous towards SKMM action of blocking those file sharing websites and internet freedom.
Greetings, Malaysia, We have seen the censorship taken by the Malaysian government, blocking sites like The Pirate Bay, and WikiLeaks. Malaysia is one of the world’s strictest governments, even blocking out movies, and television shows. These acts of censorship are inexcusable. You are taking away a basic human right. The internet is here for freedom, without fear of government interference. Do not think that no one else notices. Your structured government has done the talking, and we hear loud and clear. Let this be an announcement to all your people. This is a sign, a warning, and an opportunity to listen to ideas above your own. In a way you are being stubborn. But how will this help anyone or your country. We fear that if you make further decisions to take away human freedom. We are obligated to act fast and have no mercy. For rules were meant to be broken. And corruption was meant to be washed away and forgiven. Now we will wash your corruption away so be prepared. Take this as a favor. We are Anonymous.
However, today through #OpMalaysia IRC Chat channel, it has been told that the operation is called off until further notice. Even Anonymous has called off their plan, a group of Malaysia hackers called RileksCrew/DragonForce Malaysia has started their response and action towards this blocking of file sharing websites. A few of Malaysia websites have been hacked in the last few hours. The following screenshots show the websites that have been hacked by RileksCrew/DragonForce Malaysia.