Janji Bersih: Are They Trying To Make Malaysia A Republic?

31 08 2012

PAS leader ‘Mat Sabu’ at the ‘Janji Demokrasi’ or ‘Janji Bersih’ or ‘Bersih 4.0’ demonstration last night.

Last night at the ‘Janji Demokrasi’ or ‘Janji Bersih’ or ‘Bersih 4.0’ demonstration, the demonstrators were holding up new flags as reported by Agenda Daily.

That is surely not a Malaysian flag!

So, why are they displaying the flags?

The article asks for an explanation about the flags.

Please click here for: A New Malaysian Flag – A Sign Of PR’s Revolution?

Last year a DAP’s assemblyman wrote in his Facebook that PR would come with a new flag for Malaysia.

Is this Bersih’s and PR’s new flag for Malaysia?

I agree with the article that the flag looks like the flags of Republic Indonesia and Republic Singapore.

And I am asking the same question; are they trying to turn Malaysia into a republic?

The demonstrators showing their new flag.

(Please click here for: Bersih 4.0: Split Into Two Groups?)

Flyers as in the picture below were also distributed at the event last night!

Among PR’s leaders who joined the demonstration were PAS’s Mat Sabu and PKR’s Tien Chua and Fuziah Salleh.

I am very sorry for what had happened last night; I think they are not patriotic and had tarnished the 55th Merdeka Day.

Even if they hate the government, they must respect important official events like our Merdeka Day.

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Photos: Isaac Causing Bad Flooding And Tornadoes (August 31, 2012)

31 08 2012

Water rises around a home on the Jourdan River as Hurricane Isaac passes through Kiln, Mississippi, August 29, 2012. REUTERS/Michael Spooneybarger

Isaac was downgraded to a tropical depression on Thursday and is moving into the central United States.

It left little damage in New Orleans, where stronger barriers were installed after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 but leaving large areas of the region flooded.

A report says that seven tornadoes have spun off from Isaac in Mississippi and Alabama.

A tornado that touched down in Gulfport, Mississippi had caused significant destruction to homes.

Now, there is a potential failure of Lake Tangipahoa Dam in Mississippi’s Percy Quin State Park.

Authorities ordered the immediate evacuation of tens of thousands of residents in nearby communities in Louisiana and Mississippi as a protective measure if the dam burst flooded the areas.

A sherriff’s vehicle sits in flood waters caused by Isaac, Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012, north of LaPlace, La, off Lake Pontchartrain. Isaac’s maximum sustained winds had decreased to 45 mph and the National Hurricane Center said it was expected to become a tropical depression by Thursday night. The storm’s center was on track to cross Arkansas on Friday and southern Missouri on Friday night, spreading rain as it goes. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Carlo Maltese and his dog Pin ride in a boat after being rescued from his flooded home as Hurricane Isaac hits Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2012, in Braithwaite, La. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

A rescue boat passes a partially submerged stop sign during Hurricane Isaac on August 29, in Braithwaite, Louisiana. Hurricane Isaac pounded New Orleans with fierce winds and torrents of rain, but the multi-billion-dollar flood defenses built after Katrina swamped the city seven years ago held firm. (AFP Photo/Mario Tama)

The Mississippi Army National Guard keeps people off the streets during curfew along Beach Blvd. as Hurricane Isaac passes through Gulfport, Mississippi, August 29, 2012. The slow-moving but powerful Category 1 hurricane was felt along the Gulf Coast, threatening to flood towns in Mississippi and Louisiana with storm surges of up to 12 feet (3.7 meters) and top sustained winds up to 75 miles per hour (120 kilometers per hour). REUTERS/Michael Spooneybarger

Boats are battered in the harbor as Hurricane Isaac passes through Pass Christian, Mississippi, August 29, 2012. REUTERS/Michael Spooneybarger

A man and a woman walk through flood waters on St. Roch ave. as Hurricane Isaac makes land fall in New Orleans, Louisiana August 29, 2012. The two were trying to reach a local gas station to retrieve supplies. REUTERS/Sean Gardner

Rescue workers transport residents trapped by rising water from Hurricane Isaac in the River Forest subdivision on August 29, 2012 in LaPlace, Louisiana. The large Level 1 hurricane slowly moved across southeast Louisiana, dumping huge amounts of rain and knocking out power to Louisianans in scattered parts of the state. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Joel Geiger holds his son Jarren Geiger, 4, while surveying the damage in the Olde Towne area after Hurricane Isaac passed through Slidell, Louisiana, August 30, 2012. REUTERS/Michael Spooneybarger

Residents of Mandeville walk through a flooded street as Hurricane Isaac passes through Mandeville, Louisiana, August 30, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Christine Hopson boards a National Guard truck with family members after their home was flooded in Hurricane Isaac in La Place, Louisiana August 30, 2012. REUTERS/Lee Celano

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Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka!

31 08 2012

 

Dear all Malaysian visitors, Happy Merdeka :!:







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