Very disorderly crowd at the event. Sorry, Father maybe it is your dress code that confused them. Guy in a frock? Cannot. Disperse!Like other Malaysians I am very disturbed at what happened at the Bersih event in Petaling Jaya where ordinary Malaysians at a peaceful gathering were roughed up by the police. And where 24 people were arrested. The reason given by the police was that what happened was done to "ensure" public order. Okay, nothing wrong with that I suppose. After all that's what the police are supposed to do, right? But then what puzzled me was that in all the reports of the event that I have read there were hardly, if any, mention of anything untoward that happened. Much less anything that would even remotely resemble public "disorder". Got meh? If got and I missed it then minta maaf la (sorry la).
But wait ah....the Inspector-General (eh? He's back ah? I thought he sakit berat or something one) said the organiser did not apply for permit to hold the event. Oh so the police knew who the organiser was la. So why didn't they summon the fler and arrest him/her/them or whatever? The people who were there were just there on a peaceful Sunday walkabout isn't it? As far as I know there weren't any people there creating trouble or acts of violence. So what public order was the police trying to ensure? I mean if there was any "public order" being disturbed then tell us, who were not there, what happened la so that we don't always think that the Polis Diraja Malaysia are clueless morons, can ah? All I read in the news are things like..."Police ushered the crowd to Amcorp Mall before warning them to disperse". Huh? Warning me to disperse? Waffor? I am just there with my friends and family on a field which is a public area. Just because I happen to be holding a candle or two or singing my national anthem I am commiting a crime? Did anybody make inflamatory speeches? Were any seditious statements made to incite violence? Okay, so I was not there and I wouldn't know shit. But what I am saying is, "Hello! PDRM, Kerajaan Malaysia, give us a bit more detail la of your reasons for acting the way you did." So we can understand and don't have to hantam (hit) you all the time. Can ah?
And of course, an event like this would not be complete without something from that Syed fler. So here it is....TAAADAAAA!
"In that situation, the police had to act as it is their responsibility to enforce the law and ensure public order is maintained," he told reporters at the parliament lobby.Syed Hamid said he had yet to receive the full report on the incident..........
So if you haven't received the full report, Syed it means you also know shit, right? So why didn't you shut the fuck up instead of saying something stupid? Again. Okay, okay...maybe the reporter misquoted you la. Okay.