Did Tunku Abdul Aziz was really bought by UMNO or BN?
Please read what he said to The Star:
So what do you think of the rumours that you’ve been bought?
> Tunku Aziz has been paid? The moment I expressed my view on Bersih getting involved in breaking the law, people did not stop to think about what I was against. They seem to believe that I was opposed to Bersih. And it didn’t help when my own party’s rebuke attributed my opposition in the wrong manner. To me it was a little dishonest because I feel I was rebuked for the wrong reason. I would take any rebuke like a man but there must be fairness, justice and equity. Things I have always fought for and stood for. (The Star, Wednesday May 16, 2012) Please click here for the full article.
Well, even my 14 years old big sister Kashah had been asked, “how much did they pay you?’ when she wrote an article about Bersih 3.0 🙂 Please click here.
Or is there another party who had try to buy him?
“I do not know if it was an act of compassion or the need to compensate me for the loss of the senator’s post. He offered me a senior fellowship in the Penang Institute dangling travel as an attraction. (The Star, Wednesday May 16, 2012) Please click here for the full article.
Why must people accused UMNO for buying Tunku Aziz?
Tunku Abdul Aziz Ibrahim is a DAP vice chairman and a DAP senator but his senatorship won’t be renewed by DAP because DAP and the other opposition parties are not happy with him for not supporting Bersih 3.0 street rally.
Bersih 3.0 should be held in a stadium, if it is not held in a stadium that means the Bersih organisers broke the law, and by asking people to join the Bersih 3.0 street rally Tunku Aziz said, “Bersih encourages Malaysians to break the law”.
He said, “I am in favour of us assembling if that is not breaking the law, and breaking the law is something that I cannot support as I am a lawmaker,”(The Star April 27, 2012).
Tunku Abdul Aziz also said that a huge street rally will be hard to be controlled, and there may be people who act violently and some people might get hurt.
And after the Bersih riot when the Bersih 3.0 organisers and the opposition parties blamed the government and police for the riot he said that, “Bersih 3.0 organisers are not a group of angels descended from heaven who are completely blameless,” (blogsite The Mole).
Even though he was sad for not to be a senator any longer, he thinks that honour and integrity is better then fibbing for something.
I think that he is a good politician because he is brave, honest, and he dares to sacrifice for the people.
Opposition parties need to be more responsible, obey the law and be fair to everyone.
They should not run away from their responsibilities, put their supporters in danger and put the blame on other people.
Below is a video of a filmmaker Mr. Benji Lim who accused Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim and PKR deputy president Azmin Ali of endangering the lives of protesters during a Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s press conference yesterday.
Let us see a video of what happened just before the riot below.
After watching the videos, I asked myself:
Is Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim really a good person and a good leader?
Why Azmin did not tell the Indian man to stop removing the barricades?
Why Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim did not use the megaphone to order the people to stop entering Dataran Merdeka when he saw them breaking the barricades?
Why did Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim just run away?
Why didn’t Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim help or protect the Bersih 3.0 demonstrators when they are in danger?
Did Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim tell the truth or did he lied when he said that he did not gave the signal to Azmin to let the Indian man removed the barricades?