The Pro-opposition Activists Are Pressing For Ismail Sabri’s Resignation

6 02 2015

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The title of the above article by The Malaysian Insider (TMI) really attract my attention.

TMI started the article by writing that:

“Some 49 activist groups today demanded the resignation of Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob who had gone on a racist rant against Chinese businesses, saying it was an irresponsible move on the part of the minister to play on racial sentiments.” – TMI

Which NGOs are the 49 activist groups that demanded the resignation of Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob?

So I searched for the names of the NGOs and I found the full list in Malaysia Today.

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The list of the 49 NGOS that are pressing for Ismail Sabri’s resignation. (Malaysia Today).

 

When I read the list, I found that many of the NGOs are very familiar; so I did more research …

First I put the list side by side with the full list of NGOs that part of Bersih :

Highlighted in red are the NGOs that matches both lists.

Highlighted in red are the NGOs that matches both lists.

So most of them are part of Bersih.

Then I also put the list side by side with the list of NGOs which are part of COMANGO and this is what I found:

Highlighted in red are the NGOs that matches both lists.

Highlighted in red are the NGOs that matches both lists.

So, that is why the names of the NGOs are very familiar to me and they are highlighted by TMI!

These same NGOs are the members of Bersih, COMANGO, NegaraKu and some of them like SUARAM and Sisters In Islam or its real name, SIS Forum are not legal NGOs because they are not registered under ROS.

It is very funny when some illegal NGOs are pressing for a legal minister’s resignation.

No wonder those NGOs want Ismail Sabri to resign, after all those NGOs are the opposition parties supporters and will only look for ways to oppose the government.

To be fair, TMI should change the title of the article to, “The pro-opposition activists are pressing for Ismail Sabri’s resignation” or “Bersih and COMANGO activists are pressing for Ismail Sabri’s resignation.”

They are not only pressing for Ismail Sabri to resign but they also want to change the government.

 





Penyokong Wan Azizah Kecewakan Hannah Yeoh?

28 03 2014

Opposition leaders call UMNO leaders and members racists and boasted that Pakatan leaders and supporters are open minded and against racism.

(Image credit to helenang.wordpress.com)
(Image credit to helenang.wordpress.com)

As we drove around Kajang on the election day of the N25 Kajang, we saw lots of party supporters by the roadside waving their parties’ flags, especially around the voting centers.

The Muslim PKR supporters shouted to my parents that they must vote for PKR’s Wan Azizah because she is a Malay Muslim and must not vote for BN because BN’s candidate is a non-Muslim and a Chinese.

After we put on the BN T-shirts that were given to us by the BN’s team, a lot of PKR supporters shouted bad and foul words because they said that we are supporting a non-Muslim.

Some old men even stuck their tongues out at me, which is very rude.

Will Hannah Yeoh call them racist and tweet about it?

But of course Hannah Yeoh won’t call them racist because they are Pakatan members and supporters!





Typhoon Megi Hit Taiwan-Photos

22 10 2010

On Friday at least 3 people were dead and 27 people were missing after Typhoon Megi hit Taiwan.

The powerful typhoon caused massive mud and rockslides.

A Buddhist temple was buried and vehicles were trapped on a highway.

A bus carrying 19 Chinese tourists was missing.

Typhoon Megi killed 26 people in the Philippines before hitting Taiwan.

It is expected to make a landfall in southern China by late Friday or Saturday.

A typhoon is a natural disaster.

Floodwaters brought by Typhoon Megi in Ilan County, northern Taiwan October 22, 2010.

A motorcyclist walks through floods waters with her vehicle after the occurrence of Typhoon Megi in Ilan county, northern Taiwan October 22, 2010.

People row a boat in flood waters at their backyard in Ilan county, northern Taiwan, after the occurrence of Typhoon Megi October 22, 2010.

Drivers navigate through floods waters after the occurrence of Typhoon Megi in Ilan county, northern Taiwan October 22, 2010.

A motorcyclist pushes his bike in a flooded street after heavy rains brought by Typhoon Megi in Ilan county, northern Taiwan, October 21, 2010.

A handout photograph shows floodwaters brought by Typhoon Megi in Ilan County, northern Taiwan October 22, 2010. Typhoon Megi dumped more than a metre of rain in northeastern Taiwan, causing mudslides that blocked a highway and trapped as many as 400 travellers. REUTERS/Military News Agency/Handout (TAIWAN – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY) THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS« Read less





9 Killed On Hijacked Tourist Bus In Manila

24 08 2010

On August 23, 2010, a man hijacked a tourist bus in Manila.

The tourist are from Hong Kong.

He was a policeman but he was sacked.

He hijacked the bus because he want to be a policeman again.

At first he let go nine hostages.

Then he got angry and started shooting.

The police tried to save the hostages.

He was killed by the police.

I wonder why people need to hijack and killed hostages when they are angry.

  

It is not a good way to get what you want.

Hijacking is a disaster; just like a war.

We should not use violence because violence can destroy our Earth.

Workers carry the body of one of the victims killed during the hostage drama Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2010 at the police headquzrters in suburban Quezon City north of Manila, Philippines. An angry ex-policeman hijacked a bus ful of Hong Kong tourists holding them for 12 hours in a televised stand off before a police raid that ended with eight hostages and the gunman dead. (AP Photo/Pat Roque)

Members of the SWAT teams prepare to assault the tourist bus seized by dismissed police officer Rolando Mendoza Monday, Aug. 23, 2010 at Manila's Rizal Park, Philippines. Police stormed the bus after shots were heard from the hostage-taker of 15 Chinese tourists and at least four of hte hostages crawled out of the back door. (AP Photo/Pat Roque)

Policemen prepare to assault the tourist bus seized by dismissed police officer Rolando Mendoza Monday, Aug. 23, 2010 at Manila's Rizal Park, Philippines. Police stormed the bus after shots were heard from the hostage-taker of 15 Chinese tourists and at least four of the hostages crawled out of the back door. (AP Photo/Pat Roque)

** ADDS IDENTITY OF HOSTAGE-TAKER ROLANDO MENDOZA ** Rescue units wheel away the body of hostage-taker Rolando Mendoza, 55, following an assault by police and SWAT members to rescue hostages in a bus at Manila's Rizal Park Monday, Aug. 23, 2010 in Manila, Philippines. Philippine police stormed the bus Monday evening after shots were heard from the hostage-taker of 15 Chinese tourists, and at least four of the hostages crawled out of the back door. Mendoza was killed along with an undetermined number of hostages. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)





Flood Caused Garbage Islands In China’s Yangtze River-Pictures

3 08 2010

Garbage in Yangtze River.

There are garbage islands in China’s Yangtze River after the terrible flood.

Flood caused garbage islands in China's Yangtze River

In some part, the garbage were so thick that people can stand on it.

Branches from fallen trees.

Flood caused the garbage islands by carrying garbage from one place to another and dump them into the river.

Garbage pollute the river and can cause health problems.

The flood damaged buildings and trees.

The debris from the flood caused the garbage islands too.

In this photo taken Saturday July 24, 2010, a Chinese man swims near buildings in low lying area that were demolished to prevent them from obstructing approaching flood waters in Wuhan in central China's Hubei province. Water levels crept lower from a record high in the reservoir behind the massive Three Gorges Dam on Sunday, but authorities warned they did not know whether the drop would continue. (AP Photo) ** CHINA OUT **

The Three Gorges Dam is on the Yangtze River.

The Three Gorge Dam on China's Yangtze River.

And the amount of garbage in the river could jam the gate of the dam.

The decaying garbage can also pollute the water quality.

The water will became smelly and dirty.

And there will be lots of  bad germs in the river.

The germs can kill the fishes and other animals that live in the river.

Contaminated water is bad for human too.

It can cause Cholera, diarrhoea, food poisoning, some skin diseases and other health problems.

Dangerous chemicals were also swept to the river by the flood.

I knew that flood cause garbage but I did not know that it can caused garbage islands.

This is another disaster for China.

In this photo taken Saturday July 24, 2010, residents look after their belongings near buildings in low lying area that were demolished to prevent them from obstructing approaching flood waters in Wuhan in central China's Hubei province. Water levels crept lower from a record high in the reservoir behind the massive Three Gorges Dam on Sunday, but authorities warned they did not know whether the drop would continue. (AP Photo) ** CHINA OUT **








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