Lots of PR bloggers tried very hard to convince their readers that the Saturday’s illegal demonstration, Black 505 was a big success.
Tranungkite Online posted a post with a title, ‘Himpunan Black 505 Padang Merbok 22/06/13’, saying:
“EDISI KANTOI TERBURAI SAMPAI TERLONDEH TERBARAI!!!!
Bukan main suka lagi beberapa blogger pro UMNO buat cerita dengan muat naikkan rakaman gambar A dengan putra fakta kononnya Himpunan Black 505 di Padang Merbok petang tadi tidak mendapat sambutan langsung dari rakyat terutamanya dari anak-anak muda.”
They wrote that the pro UMNO or the pro government bloggers only uploaded ‘photo A’ (below) in their blogs to show that only a small number of people took part in the illegal Black 505 demonstration.
So, they posted ‘photo B’ which they claim is the actual photo of the big crowd.
Are they telling the truth?
Now, who cheated; pro UMNO bloggers or pro opposition bloggers?
I studied the above photos and I found out that photo B is the edited version of the photo from The Star Online because …
So, who actually cheated and who is the real photo spinner?
They did all these again and again …
Please look at how they edited the photo below during the #KL112; the edited photo shows people on the stadium roof and some others floating in the air!
Below is another edited Black 505 photo:
They did all these for their leader Anwar Ibrahim but at the same time they were cheated by Anwar who had a wonderful time during the swearing-in ceremony of Members of Parliament the next day while some of those demonstrators were busy demonstrating in the hot hazy day, laying on the road, hurting the police and doing crazy, violent and foolish things until some were detained by the police – please click here for: Black 505: Photos Of How Anwar Cheated His Supporters.
Pakatan Rakyat bloggers love to edit photos and spin stories; just like their leaders.
They are all the same, ‘Birds of a feather flock together’.
The Star reported that Singapore warns Malaysian politicians not to interfere in its domestic affairs.
In the article, DAP’s Kulai MP, Teo Nie Ching argued that “the person she was fighting for was unfairly punished” by Singapore, adding:
“It’s not that we want to interfere with (Singapore’s) internal affairs. If (the one person) only attended one protest, then that is unfair,” and that Singapore’s reaction was too harsh.”
But I thought that PR leaders, members and supporters especially DAP and PKR always praise Singapore as democratic, not corrupted and love the country till they use a Singapore-like flag for their Sang Saka Malaya.
But now, after their supporters were punished for taking part in an illegal protest,a DAP’s MP said that Singapore is unfair.
How confused are the PR supporters that they think they can also break the laws of other country as what they are doing in Malaysia.
I think if the incident happened in Malaysia, they’ll organise another ‘Candlelight Vigil’ and more demonstration asking for freedom of speech and calling the government as undemocratic.
Below is the report by The Star:
Published: Wednesday May 29, 2013 MYT 11:06:00 AM
Updated: Wednesday May 29, 2013 MYT 12:24:44 PM
Singapore warns Malaysian politicians not to interfere in its domestic affairs
By PATRICK LEE
PETALING JAYA: Singapore has warned Malaysian politicians to stay out of its affairs, in the light of the arrests of 21 Malaysians for demonstrating in the island republic.
A joint statement by the Ministries of Home (MHA) and Foreign Affairs (MFA) said demands by Malaysian Members of Parliament for Singapore to let off those arrested was seen as foreign interference.
“Actions to involve foreign parties are attempts to seek special treatment and to further politicise what is essentially a domestic law and order issue in Singapore,” it said in a statement on its website.
Singapore added that it had always taken a strong stand against foreign issues or politics brought into the island nation.
It added that it did not interfere in domestic affairs of other countries, and expected similar treatment in return.
Previously, Malaysians gathered at Singapore’s Merlion Park on May 8 and 11 to protest against the May 5 general election results.
They were a rendition of the Blackout 505 rallies that took place in major cities around Malaysia.
On May 11, 21 Malaysians were arrested by Singaporean police. The work pass of one and visit passes of two others were revoked. The remaining 18 are currently being investigated by authorities there.
Several Malaysians have since approached their political representatives, including DAP’s Kulai MP Teo Nie Ching, for aid.
Last week Thursday, several Pakatan Rakyat MPs also petitioned the Singapore High Commission in Kuala Lumpur for leniency against the 21.
Meanwhile, in response, Teo said she was only fighting for the one whose work pass was revoked, arguing that the person was unfairly punished.
She said that the particular person only attended one rally, adding that Singapore’s reaction was too harsh.
“It’s not that we want to interfere with (Singapore’s) internal affairs. If (the one person) only attended one protest, then that is unfair,” she said.
Teo said that eight of the 21 had approached her over the matter, and with some telling her that they accepted their punishment.
She added that there was a spate of miscommunication in the episode, and asked Singapore to re-investigate the case.
“We’re only pleading for the one person…I don’t think this amounts to interfering. They are Malaysian citizens, and we have a duty to them,” she said.