Sunday, January 27, 2008

Police Vs The People

I don't know how else to put it!

Court order against the 5 Protes representatives preventing them from being at the the KLCC and its vicinity yesterday.

What was the protest about -- anti-price hike, anti-inflation et al.

What is wrong with that?

And then the police rounded up 50 people and arrested them.

Do that more often until election day... do that.

Read it here.

The protesters are not the bad guys.....


backStreetGluttons said...

obviously the Police are under an overall gomen-still-cliffhanging-on-to-power conspiracy to intimidate and stifle public discontent on the economy , racial polarisation , corruption perceived but mostly unproven aka it coulb be but it isn't et al.

so it looks like a game of stamina and more corruptibility and mercenary as a strategic tactical manoveur from now till polling day.

Expect more dirty tricks ( we firmly unwaveringly believe everything is possible )

Old Fart said...

Wonder, other than the fact that it is their jobs, why would the police want to stop this particular protest?

Is it any cheaper for them to buy their groceries or their other utilities?

Or is it a reward for keeping a closed eye on all the corruption that they are allowed to benefit from?

IS it that they are not feeling the pressure of the increase in prices affecting the rest of us?

IT is confusing really!

Pak Zawi said...

They have nothing better to do so they catch the protesters cos they are easy picking. Killers of Nurin and kidnappers of Shalini are difficult to get, so the chose to do the simpler ones. After all they got a big pay hike already.

Violet Ann said...

RIP pak harto...

Mior Azhar said...

Kak Ena,
I to am at loss for words! What's wrong with that, for crying out loud. Macam kat police state lar pulak. Oh Malaysia.

Anonymous said...

Do that more often until election day... do that.

Wah, this one like Cik Nuraina mencabar aje.
Kan Pak Lah dah cakap dia pantang dicabar or something to that effect.
He will probably ask " what part of 'saya tak suka dicabar' is it that you do not understand.

Anonymous said...

No ena, the protestors are not bad the guys.

But we know who the bad bad guys are.

And we know when the general election is called, where our vote will go to.