Posts Tagged ‘Datuk Seri Anwar’
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. I believe most Malaysian are aware about this issue. The video which has been uploaded to Youtube lately is claimed to be part of the video that has been uploaded and shared before. The previous video has been deleted from Youtube I believe, but not sure how about the latest one. However, I don’t really care to watch both of these videos shared on Youtube and don’t bother to search for it. I rather read others’ responses who have watched this video. However, if you expect you can find the link of the video here, I’m sorry I couldn’t fulfill your request.
Well, what I want to say actually is Malaysian bloggers should be careful in discussing this kind of sensitive issue. If you don’t know the true story, don’t make any speculations and false expectations. The freedom of speech given to you in the internet has it’s boundary. You need to be aware about what you are going to write and what others may interpret from your writing. So, be careful. It is not the reason of being transparent or whatever, but you need be clear about whatever you are doing. Every facts must be supported with valid and reliable sources.
I know Malaysian bloggers want to express their opinion on the issue, but you must know where is your limit in expressing your opinion. Rohaizad has written a good entry regarding this issue and what Malaysian bloggers should aware when sharing this issue on their blogs. You can proceed here to read his entry. The entry is written in Bahasa, but I guess as a Malaysian you should easily understand what he is trying to deliver in his entry. I believe some people may agree with what I have written here and some people may disagree. I respect both of these people opinion, however, do share some of your thought on the issue.
Salam and hello everyone. Do you know this news? Tun Mahathir, our ex-prime minister has decided to back into UMNO after he was decided to quit from UMNO last time. I don’t know what political drama currently showing in our country right now, but I believe that this decision of Tun Mahathir who wants to going back into UMNO will bring a big impact to our politic arena. With Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim currently in Parliament, I’m sure there will many story will come out after this. But, whatever it is I hope it will bring a good result to our country. I don’t care who will govern our country, but what I care is what they will do for this country and more important, it will benefits the rakyat.
p/s: What do you think then?
Disclaimer: This is not a kind of political post. It is just an opinion post from me about the issue as an observer. I’m not pro-government or pro-opposition, its an opinion from a normal Malaysian.
Salam and hello all. Have you watch this live debate between Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and Datuk Ahmad Shaberi Cheek last Tuesday night? I knew about the debate but don’t have chance to watch it live. But anyway, thanks to Youtube for providing such a great service so I can watch it lastly. You might already read somewhere else, in other blogs, in newspapers, or heard from your friends or others about how this debate goes. Even I didn’t watch it live, but when I asked my friend who watched it, obviously from what they said, I can tell how this debate goes.
One of my friend said, Datuk Ahmad Shabery Cheek looks no idea which most of the time attacked Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim on the personal side and always talked about the past story of Datuk Seri Anwar. Fortunately, Datuk Seri Anwar took all that professionally and explaining what the rakyat need to know, the truth behind these entire fuel price hikes.
When I watch the video of the debate from the Youtube, sometimes it impressed me on how Datuk Seri Anwar answered all the questions given to him. I can see how calm Datuk Seri Anwar answered all the questions and Datuk Ahmad Shabery from the start, always talked about the same point, repeating this and that, and attacked Datuk Seri Anwar personal matters and about his past. Agree with me? I’m not saying that Datuk Ahmad Shabery is not good, but I think he should talked more on facts, not just repeating the same thing.
If you also don’t have chance to watch it live last time, you can download the video here, so you can watch it on your computer or you can watch it on Youtube. For Youtube links, thanks to Knizam, he already gathered it all and just proceed to the link above.