Posted by: pinkturtle2 | April 29, 2012

Bersih 3.0… Kelmarin Dalam Sejarah

Protesters march down a street during a rally in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fire tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months. Picture taken April 28, 2012.

Protestors march during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim (C) speaks to the protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Malaysian police drag away a protestor during an anti-government rally in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Protestors  look at an overturned car during a mass rally organized by Bersih 3.0 calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Police look at a damaged police car during a mass rally organized by Bersih 3.0 calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Bukti kezaliman polis yang merempuh rakyat jelata…cerita sebenar dengan Video yg jelas berlambak kat Youtube

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim's daughter Nurul Izzah (L) waits to address the crowd during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim (2nd R) along with his wife Wan Azizah (R) wave as they march towards the historical Merdeka Square during a mass rally organized by Bersih 3.0 calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

A protestor listens to speeches by the leaders during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Anti-riot police block protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Protesters man scaffolding on a building near Merdaka Square in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protester kicks away a tear gas canister fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Police unleashed tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators who staged one of Malaysia's largest street rallies in years, demanding fair rules for national elections expected soon.

Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim (C) speaks to protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Protesters take cover inside a building after Police Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) charged and fired tear gas towards protesters on a street near Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.

Protestors cover their noses and mouths from tear gas during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Protestors challenge police during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Protestors take refuge after being tear gased by police during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim addresses protesters near Merdaka Square in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Protesters charge at a police vehicle as it sprays them with its water cannons in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protester throws back a tear gas canister fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon.

Protesters burst through the razor wire barricades outside Merdaka Square in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Malaysian police fired tear gas at protesters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protester throws a tear gas canister back at police in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protester throws a tear gas canister back at police in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protester throws a tear gas canister back at police in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protester throws a tear gas canister back at police in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Protesters hold Malaysian national flag and shout at Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Malaysian riot police form a barricade to stop protesters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Riot police spray water cannon at protesters at Independence Square in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.

A protester kicks a tear gas canister back to the police during clashes in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.

Protesters run away from tear gas fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protestor throws back a tear gas canister towards the police during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

A protester, center,  is taken by a Malaysian police officer during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon.

Protesters run away from tear gas fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Protesters run away from tear gas fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Police Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) spray water cannon at protesters after they breached the barbed wire perimeter around Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.

Hundreds of anti-government protestors march towards the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired teargas and water cannon as crowds of protesters demanding electoral reforms surged into a central square in Kuala Lumpur. The rally follows one that was crushed by police last July, when 1,600 people were arrested, and marks a major test for Prime Minister Najib Razak, who has sought to portray himself as a reformer ahead of widely expected polls.

Police Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) fire tear gas towards protesters after they breached the barbed wire perimeter around Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.

Protesters run for cover from water cannon used by police during clashes in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months. Riot police reacted after some protesters among the crowd of at least 25,000 tried to break through barriers, in defiance of a court order banning them from entering the city's historic Merdeka Square. They fired several dozen tear gas rounds, sending the protesters scattering through nearby streets.

A protester runs amidst the tear gas and water cannon fired by the police during clashes in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of protesters who converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre to demand electoral reforms, raising the risk of a backlash against the government in national elections expected within months. Thousands of protesters who had been confronting police outside the city's historic Merdeka Square were scattered after riot police fired water cannon and then at least 10 rounds of tear gas into the crowd. The police said they had been forced to react after protesters tried to force their way through barriers and enter the square.

Protesters march down a street during a rally near Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters calling for fair elections converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre on Saturday for a major demonstration that will test the Malaysian government's reformist credentials and may affect the timing of national polls. Police have shut down much of the city centre and closed off the historic Merdeka (Independence) Square with barriers and barbed wire, enforcing a court order that the protesters should not enter the symbolically important site.

Thousands of anti-government protesters gather near an intersection near the Pudu bus station, before marching on to Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months. Riot police reacted after some protesters among the crowd of at least 25,000 tried to break through barriers, in defiance of a court order banning them from entering the city's historic Merdeka Square. They fired several dozen tear gas rounds, sending the protesters scattering through nearby streets.

A protester lies on the road to stop a riot police vehicle firing water cannon from advancing during clashes in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of protesters who converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre to demand electoral reforms, raising the risk of a backlash against the government in national elections expected within months. Thousands of protesters who had been confronting police outside the city's historic Merdeka Square were scattered after riot police fired water cannon and then at least 10 rounds of tear gas into the crowd. The police said they had been forced to react after protesters tried to force their way through barriers and enter the square.

A protester throws back a tear gas canister at riot police during clashes in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of protesters who converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre to demand electoral reforms, raising the risk of a backlash against the government in national elections expected within months. Thousands of protesters who had been confronting police outside the city's historic Merdeka Square were scattered after riot police fired water cannon and then at least 10 rounds of tear gas into the crowd. The police said they had been forced to react after protesters tried to force their way through barriers and enter the square.

A protester throws back a tear gas canister at riot police during clashes in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of protesters who converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre to demand electoral reforms, raising the risk of a backlash against the government in national elections expected within months. Thousands of protesters who had been confronting police outside the city's historic Merdeka Square were scattered after riot police fired water cannon and then at least 10 rounds of tear gas into the crowd. The police said they had been forced to react after protesters tried to force their way through barriers and enter the square.

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  1. MEREKA YANG HADIR ADALAH WIRA MALAYSIA
    ADA JUGA GOLONGAN YANG MENGHINA DAN MENGHERDIK KAMU….
    TETAPI MAAFKAN LAH MEREKA KERANA MEREKA ADA LAH MELAYU YANG LAYU….PENAKUT…HANYA BERANI MEMBUAT KOMENTAR DIDEPAN KOMPUTER DUDUK DIRUMAH MENGGOYANG TELURRR…..

  2. komen????? memang jelas kejam…tumbangkan kerjaan Barisan Lembu Nasional dalm PRU akan datang…

  3. bro n sis….

    tiap yg dah lepas tu jadi sejarah lah…..
    tiap suatu akan berlalu……
    sejarah nie laa yg buatkan umngok tak lena tidoq….
    sejarah nie laa yg jadikan puak sarkis grombolan meroyan
    meraban tak tentu punca…..kah kah kah
    yg tu tak kena yg nie tak kena…….
    sejarah kelmarin tu akan terpahat indah bagi yg nampak indah…..
    sejarah nie laa jugak yg buat puak tempoyak “”huruhara””….

    kah kah kah

    • salam nasik kandaq.

      apa yg hang dok merapu ni.
      hang cakap mengenai sejarah.
      hang mana ada sejarah.

      hang kata orang meroyan., meraban.
      tapi hang yg tulis seropa meroyan, meraban.

      sekurang-kurangnya tempoyak.
      asalnya Melayu.
      yang nasik kandaq tu.
      rasanya dkk.
      hang taulah apa tu dkk.

      hang bacalah harakah,
      lepais tu hang ketawalah.
      kah kah kah.

      sekadaq dok hara, hara, cukuplah.
      jangan huru hara pulak.

  4. Assalamualaikum saudara-saudaraku,

    Dulu mat-mat polis ni duduk di kampung. Bukannya anak orang kaya. Habis sekolah bangsat buat macam-macam kerja tanam padi, tebas pokok di ladang, menoreh getah, jolok buah kelapa sawit, gali lubang parit longkang, repair jalan, buat rumah, bela kambing, lembu, kerbau, ayam dan itek. Ada yang pergi kerja kilang, jadi posman, pembantu restoran, pembantu kedai, penjaja, kerja sementara kat pizza hut, kfc, mcdonald, berniaga pasar malam, kerja pelabuhan, runsing, berserabut, hina dina, sakit jiwa, sementara mendapat kerja tetap. Insaf sembahayang 5 waktu sehari semalam tidak pernah tinggal. Perangainya cukup baik sangat menyenangkan keluarga dan komuniti sekampung. Membantu keluarga dan orang kampung juga. Tiba-tiba entah macam mana dek kerana terlalu sukar mencari pekerjaan mohonlah kerja untuk jadi konstabel polis diraja malaysia. Sudah ditemuduga telah ditakdirkan berjaya masuklah jadi polis pergilah berkursus di pusat latihan polis selama 3 bulan atau 6 bulan……habis kursus, keluar posting, masih baik berjurus….namun sesudah dapat penempatan tempat bertugas, sudah bergaul masuk group senior sedikit demi sedikit perangainya berubah. Sikap lemah lembut, menghormati orang tua, rakan, kenalan dan taulan kini sudah mula diresapi budaya kepolisan, berubah dengan cakap kasar, tiada lagi tokmakninah, sudah pandai menengkeng, kurang ajar, mula tawar-menawar, tiada lagi sikap menghormati orang lebih tua, tidak lagi memandang kepada orang dalam kesusahan, menyombong tak tentu pasal, mengasingkan diri dari komuniti masyarakat yang sebelum ini pernah membantu mereka untuk hidup, tiada hiraukan orang-orang yang selama ini pernah berbakti di kala mereka dalam kesusahan dahulunya, jumpa kawan, rakan, taulan buat tak kenal, jumpa guru sekolah dahulu buat tak kenal, jumpa penghulu kampung, imam juga buat tak kenal, malah adik beradik darah daging sendiri pun tidal lagi perlu mengunjungi bertanya khabar. Yang mereka tahu ialah budaya polis dan kepolisan, berbangga menjadi anggota polis, megah, hebat, bergaya, sombong, menjadi ikut-ikutan budaya rakan-rakan sekeanggotaan berselindung di sebalik tugas-tugas polis diraja Malaysia untuk menjaga keselamatan negara dan mencegah jenayah. Ooooooo! cukup indah dan sempurna seperti mana digambarkan oleh motto pasukan polis diraja malaysia. Namun perkiraan di belakangnya adalah lain…..tersangatlah lain……malah disebaliknya…..tidak mengira polis trafikkah, polis frukah, polis gerak amkah, polis cawangan khaskah, polis risik sbkah atau apa-apa sahajalah, konstabelkah, koperalkah, lans koperalkah, inspektorkah, aspkah, dspkah,….. hinggakan polis bantuan juga bermaharaja lela dengan lagak masing-masing, adalah sama sahaja budayanya. Sehinggalah diberikan tugas di bersih 1.0, bersih 2.0 dan bersih 3.0…..sikap dan perangai mereka sudah berubah tunjuk bengis macam tebuan tanah, berkelakuan setan. Direstui dan diberi perlindungan pihak berkuasa demi mengekal kuasa mereka baik dengan apa cara sekali pun……setan membela setan….maka jadilah dia mat-mat setan memusuhi rakyat yang sekian lama teraniaya…mereka sudah lupa bahawasanya mereka juga mempunyai ibu bapa, adik-beradik, saudara-mara, keluarga yang sentiasa tertindas dek permainan politik kotor dulu, kini dan selamanya. Tidak mengira siapa yang dihentak, dibalun, disinggul, ditendang, diterajang dan dipijak-pijak. Entah-entah orang yang dipijak itulah orang yang menyambut kelahiran dia dari rahim ibunya? Manalah tahu….? Siapa pernah menduga begitu banyak berubahnya tindak-laku mat-mat setan yang sebelumnya alim, menginsafi diri, sentiasa ke surau dan masjid, sentiasa mendapat restu kedua ibu-bapa, abang-anag yang selama ini memelihara , memberi nya makan, menghulurkan duit belanja persekolahan, member duit poket untuk hidup di kala mereka susah…..lalu di dalam menghadapi perjuangan rakyat melalui bersih ini mat-mat setan tersebut telah lupa diri, lupa asal-usul diri dari mana datangnya mereka di permulaan kehidupan dulu, lalu mereka dengan rakus dan ganas meratah orang awam, rakan-rakan sebangsa seagamanya tanpa kesian belas ibarat SINGA LAPAR……aku pernah lihat perlakuan sebegini biasanya antara tentera yahudi menzalimi rakyat palestin……nauzubillahiman zalik!!!…rupanya inilah akibatnya asuhan dari upco yang mereka pelajari sebelum ini. Demi Allah aku tidak akan menghalalkan jika anak-anak ku yang berkelakuan begitu, aku tidak akan merelakan jika adik-adik ku atau darah dagingku yang ku asuh selama ini menjadi manusia setan seperti itu. Kenangilah wahai anak-anak muda mat-mat polis, bahawasanya kamu juga adalah sebahagian dari komuniti masyarakat sebangsa dan seagama sedarah seperti kamu. Bukankah kita ini saling perlu memerlukan antara satu sama lain. Kamu mati juga suatu hari nanti dan kamu akan dikapan dan disembahayangkan dan dikebumikan juga akhirnya. Siapakah yang hendak melaksanakan kerja-kerja tersebut, komuniti masyarakat yang kamu musuhi selama inilah yang akan menguruskan jenazah kamu akhirnya. Ingatlah kamu juga ada anak-anak yang sedang membesarkan kan?…..insaflah wahai anak-anak muda mat-mat polisku sayang. Janganlah berbuat begitu lagi, mohon ampun dan segeralah bertaubat kepada Allah sebelum terlambat. Dunia kita ini bukanlah luas sangat……kembalilah ke pangkal jalan dik……! terima kasih kepada sesiapa saja yang menghayati luahan rasaku ini. Wassalam.

    • salam pjoloq.

      hang lah.
      tulih sampai terjoloq.
      sapalah nak baca.

      sekadaq kitsiang kat hang.

  5. salam 1Malaysia aka
    salam TGNA suka.

    Islam tu murni.
    perjuangan Islam ada caranya.
    perjuangan Islam ada tertibnya.

    tapi.
    kalau dok berhimpun.
    dok melalak melalut.
    apa bezanya.
    dengan yang lain.

    sekadaq dah sama kot.

    • Hang cm celaka, dah la BUDAK TADIKA, hinguih ja dalam pala otak hang, dulu UMNO nak halang Malayan Union macam mana? Melalak gak ka? balik rujuk buku teks sejarah..la matlamat kita kena tumbangkn UMNO yg telah 50 tahun MENJAJAH hak2 agama ISLAM dan orang MELAYU!, Jgn nak cakap sai agama kalau hang seangkatan dengan UMNO, sebab apa, sebab depa xpnah nak tegakkan agama di bumi MALAYSIA, UMNO LAKNATULLAH!

      • kitsianglah kat mu.
        rasanya mu ni.
        orang-orang yg kecewa.
        seropa pjoloq.

      • Manusia diciptakan utk menjadi Khalifah dunia. apa maknanya? pengaman bumi. inikah yg patut kita buat?

        aku pantang org yg mempermainkan agame ni.. disbbkn politik anda x takut menaip yg mnyakitkan hati org mghiraukan dosa yg anda dpt. jgn smpai membunuh sesama Muslim dgn sengaja kelak.negara maju kerana rakyatnya ‘Budi Bahasa Budaya Kita’…..

        Islam satu-satunya agama yg Allah redhai utk hambaNya dan kita beruntung dilahirkan beragama Islam….dan satu-satunya ke Syurga dgn Islam sahaja kita beruntung beragama Islam berbanding di negara barat semaju-maju mereka, mereka kembali ke neraka. tp org brt x sumenya kafir, ade Muslim bahkan kian meningkat dan tersebar terutamanya Perancis.mereka tiada ketenangan jd mereka mndapat chye dr Islam. sungguh mggembirakan.

        Adakah Allah tanye kearifan politikmu di akhirat kelak. negara tnpa agame mudah ditindas. Hidup matiku kerana Allah dan aku amat memerlukan cintaNya utk bernyawa dan mati dlm Islam…

        sye jujur x sokong pon mne2 pihak tapi sye mahu ketenangan…
        maaf dihulur, harap diterima.. :)

  6. wkmussam BT,

    patutlah mu bodo sampai ke mampus
    spesis malas membaca…..

    sekadaq kesianla kat hang.

  7. salam pjoloq.

    elok sangatlah bahasa mu tu.
    kata penyokong TGNA.
    betoi ke?
    kalau betoi.
    kitsianglah pada TGNA.

  8. ha… BT bodo tanglung
    ,

    1 dah kena tangkap dah dakwa pun
    jom kita pakat pi tulun polis
    p cari yang 49 lagi tu mana?
    nak bagi cukup 50
    dan sebaik-baiknya
    kesemua baki dari tu 299, 950
    angkut dakwa

    ilmu congak mu dah tentu mu out
    mu gheti kira dengan jari tak
    acu mu cuba try test
    kira dulu betul tak jumlah tu

    motidakalu
    mu p singgah kat warung NK sat
    pinjam culculator dia
    mu kan baik dengan dia
    tak kan dia tak nak bagi mu pinjam kot

    sekadaq kesianla kat hang, bodo

  9. sokong abes!!!!!! bersih terus hidup!!!!!

  10. bersih penting, perhimpunan itu perlu supaya dunia tahu, betapa kotornya pemerintahan negara islam malaysia ini.

    malu la dgn negara kafir yg dah la maju dari semua aspek, lebih adil dan lebih telus dari kamu umno yg mengaku pertahan islam.

    umno meletak malaysia bukan nk jadi negara maju, tetapi mundur menjadi negara dunia ke 3.

    cuba fikir, mana ade negara yg bangsa itu perintah tapi bangsa dia lah yg paling melarat dan ketinggalan…itulah dia melayu umno.

    org yg tak sokong BERSIH, mesti ada KOTOR dalam jiwanya!

  11. kenapa perlu hina, benci-membenci sesama ummah…
    Nabi s.a.w xpernah mengajar kita membenci, menghina sesama ummah…
    kalau betul pemimpin y ada skrg ini tidak benar..berdoalah…ssungguhnya Allah bersama dgn kebenaran…xperlu berhimpun, xperlu berlawan antara satu sama lain…ssungguhnya ISLAM itu indah…jgan cemari dengan ISLAM dgn perbuatan yang tidak bermoral…wsslam

  12. Mana pilihan anda : Politik / Agama


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