Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Enforcing Police State In Perak? Judge This Yourself ...

So what was all this commotion about?
This is about Pakatan Rakyat staging a three days peaceful hunger strike in protest against the illegal takeover of the state government calling for Perak crisis to be resolve by a fresh state election.
The Police were out in full force and in their attempt to thwart this peaceful event. Arrests were made. Among those arrested were ousted assembly speaker V Sivakumar, DAP's Ipoh Barat MP M Kulasegaran and state assemblypersons Keshwinder Singh (DAP-Malim Nawar), Chan Ming Kai (PKR-Simpang Pulai), Chang Lih Kang (PKR-Teja), Leong Mee Meng (DAP-Jalong), Thomas Su (DAP-Pasir Pinji) and Lim Pek Har (DAP-Menglembu).
And judging from the police actions in handling situations in relation to political issues in recent months, Malaysia has indeed plunged deeper into a Police State and the police force is merely BN's enforcing dogs.
Otherwise, how do you explain all those recent arrests around the country? Illegal assembly? If so, then our country has just turned into The Land Of Illegal Assemblies. Even The May 7th Perak state assembly is illegal by law and constitution.
With the laws that exists in our country, every single citizen of this country is effectively a lawbreaker by definition.

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Wonder who is responsible for all these police highhanded actions? Home Minister or The IGP?
- Pics courtesy of CinaIslam blog.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

PDRM : Penentang Demokrasi Rakyat Malaysia!!