Fuziah Salleh

Mendamba Politik Baru

Perhimpunan Aman BERSIH 10 November akan TETAP diteruskan, jangan terpengaruh dengan propaganda BN

Himpunan 100 ribu rakyat akan diadakan 10 November, 3 petang di Dataran Merdeka. (Rakyat dan) para aktivis digesa tidak dikeliru oleh propaganda (yang bertujuan untuk) (men)sabotaj (Perhimpunan) tersebut.

Anwar dan semua pemimpin akan turun (hadir).

Tuan Chua

Ketua Penerangan

Parti Keadilan Rakyat

Laman Web Baru BERSIH di sini

November 8, 2007 - Posted by | Politics

6 Comments »

  1. Cik Fuziah,
    Tolong sebarkan MV nie;
    http://macanhitam.wordpress.com/2007/11/09/bersih-mv-goes-viral-ii/

    Ada versi untuk handphone sekali. Download & sebarkan.

    Comment by macanhitam | November 9, 2007

  2. Assalamualaikum,

    Apa itu demokrasi ?

    1. Ultimate power untuk membuat sebarang political decision adalah tanggungjawab rakyat
    2. Setiap rakyat mempunyai peluang yang sama rata untuk terlibat sama dalam proses membuat sebarang keputusan, yakni,1 person 1 vote, dan juga kebebasan untuk memilih yang alternatif
    3. Sebarang polisi dibuat bagi memenuhi kehendak rakyat
    4. Semua political decision tercapai dengan kehendak dan kata majoriti

    Saudara dan saudari sekalian, negara kita, negara Malaysia, mengamalkan Representative Democracy. Kiti yang memilih perwakilan kita, yang mewakili rakyat on our behalf.

    Yang dikatakan demokrasi itu adalah cara kita mencapai sesuatu keputusan itu sesecara tak langsung, iaitu melalu perwakilan kita. Perwakilan act on our behalf. Undian diadakan sebagai simbol kita menyerahkan kuasa kpd kerajaan untuk membuat undang2 dan menguatkuasakan undang2 itu.

    Sebarang persaingan dan juga penglibatan dalam politik adalah secara sihat dan berlaku TANPA sebarang kekasaran/violence. Itu adalah norma2 sebuah negara yang mengamalkan demokrasi.Konstitusi kita mengatakan kita sebuah negara demokrasi, dan dengan itulah kita berpegang.TAPI bukan secara ganas dan bertentangan dengan agama dan budaya kita.

    Saya tidak nafikan, dan memang terbukti di dalam sejarah,bahawasanya rakyat akan memberontak dan memprotes jika hak2 asasi (seperti hak mengambil bahagian dalam politik dan menyuarakan pendapat dan ekspresi dinafikan atau disekat).

    Saya membantah dengan respon pejuang_keadilan yang menyatakan ‘bermandi darah.’. Ini silap besar kita, terutama kita dari golongan yang mengucap dua kalimah syahadah. Sikap dan idea yang ekstrim adalah bertentangan dengan agama kita. Kita bukan dari generasi yang jahil. Kita ada akal dan fikiran, dan utamanya kita mempunyai pegangan agama yang medorong dan mengajak kita kepada PERPADUAN dan bukan ke arah KEHANCURAN.Adakah kita ingin menjadi seperti negara2 lain di mana sistem politik dan kerajaan mereka goyah dan dipermainkan seperti bola keranjang.

    Saudara dan saudari, sedarlah sebarang perbuatan dan fikiran kita yang ekstrim hanya akan mendatangkan parah kepada kita. Negara lain akan memperlekehkan kita dan tidak mustahil kuasa2 besar lain akan turut bertepuk tangan, jika tidak campur tangan.

    Demonstrasi yang aman tak salah. Berkumpul ramai2 tidak salah. Tapi janganlah kita terlalu alpa hingga lupakan tatatertib kita. Tidak salah kita menyuarakan pendapat kita di laman2 web, tapi janganlah ia sehinggakan ia membawa kepada sikap2 negatif dan perasaaan yang meluap2 kerana tidak puas hati dengan sesuatu.

    Ada caranya, dan kita tahu sebarang keputusan itu tidak boleh dilakukan dalam 2 minit atau 2 saat.Kita bukan masak Maggi Mi. Kita bukan anak2 yang melakukan sesuatu dengan perasaan dan penuh emosi.Kita bermain dengan kedaulatan dan keamanan negara. Fikirkan.

    ps: tak salah adakan perhimpunan aman.pastikan aman.. !

    Comment by Aylana | November 10, 2007

  3. I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do the something that I can do. What I can do, I should do. And what I should do, by the grace of God, I will do.
    — Edward Everett Hale (1822-1909)

    Comment by motai | November 12, 2007

  4. Roadblocks have been put in place to prevent all other courses of peaceful,
    citizen action from succeeding by themselves. For one thing, your vote, quite literally, does not count anymore.

    Comment by motai | November 12, 2007

  5. The people have prevailed
    Saturday, 10 November 2007
    Well, it looks that the information Minister will have to eat his own words. He will have to believe what he sees. His eyes are not playing tricks. It is indeed true that concerned Malaysians did turn up in their thousands to demand clean and fair elections.

    They were not intimidated by the heavy presence of the police and the FRU; they were not discouraged by the water cannons or the riot police with their shields and batons. These are brave Malaysians who have had enough of the arrogance of the powers-that-be. They are here to demonstrate to the democratic world that there are Malaysians who are prepared to stand up and march for justice.

    In his arrogance, the Minister of Information sneered, “Do you believe thousands of people will be coming for the rally? Don’t be so silly as to be taken in by them,” he said, adding that even the Umno annual meeting could not gather such a number of people.

    Well Zam, what have you to say now? These are ordinary people who don’t need to be enticed with pocket money, transport and nasi bongkus. When you genuinely walk for justice, you are driven by noble ideals and propelled by sincerity. It is this commitment to the values that we hold dearly that has brought out people in solidarity to raise an issue and to state a point.

    What has Nazri to say about this mammoth crowd who braved the rain and faced the risks involved and displayed an indomitable spirit to seek justice and right the wrong? He had haughtily dismissed the crowd of 2,000-odd lawyers who also had marched in an attempt to stop the rot in the judiciary as being in the minority.

    Well, Nazri if you had dared to persuade the police to allow the proposed march to proceed unhindered, then you would have witnessed a crowd that would have been bigger than the Kesas Highway gathering.

    It is because the Barisan government does not want the people of Malaysia to witness how upset and unhappy many Malaysians are – that is the sole reason that they had brought in their mighty strength represented by the police and the FRU with the sole purpose of disrupting the gathering. In this way they had hoped that Malaysians would not get to witness the truth that exposed their lies and distortions.

    What took place today was a peaceful, democratic and legitimate exercise undertaken by concerned Malaysians to seek a remedy for our tainted, lopsided elections. Whatever may be said in defence of the Election Commission or the manner in which elections take place in our country, the truth is that there has never been equal opportunity to fight clean and fair in the general elections. It has been always tilted in favour of the Barisan Nasional, which abuses state facilities and state coffers to entice the electorate – and that must be seen by any impartial observer as clearly constituting corruption.

    P. Ramakrishnan

    President

    10 November 2007

    Comment by motai | November 12, 2007

  6. The Blind Men and the Elephant

    John Godfrey Saxe (1816-1887)

    It was six men of Indostan

    To learning much inclined,

    Who went to see the Elephant

    (Though all of them were blind),

    That each by observation

    Might satisfy his mind.

    The First approached the Elephant,

    And happening to fall

    Against his broad and sturdy side,

    At once began to bawl:

    “God bless me! but the Elephant

    Is very like a WALL!”

    The Second, feeling of the tusk,

    Cried, “Ho, what have we here,

    So very round and smooth and sharp?

    To me ’tis mighty clear

    This wonder of an Elephant

    Is very like a SPEAR!”

    The Third approached the animal,

    And happening to take

    The squirming trunk within his hands,

    Thus boldly up and spake:

    “I see,” quoth he, “the Elephant

    Is very like a SNAKE!”

    The Fourth reached out an eager hand,

    And felt about the knee

    “What most this wondrous beast is like

    Is mighty plain,” quoth he:

    “‘Tis clear enough the Elephant

    Is very like a TREE!”

    The Fifth, who chanced to touch the ear,

    Said: “E’en the blindest man

    Can tell what this resembles most;

    Deny the fact who can,

    This marvel of an Elephant

    Is very like a FAN!”

    The Sixth no sooner had begun

    About the beast to grope,

    Than seizing on the swinging tail

    That fell within his scope,

    “I see,” quoth he, “the Elephant

    Is very like a ROPE!”

    And so these men of Indostan

    Disputed loud and long,

    Each in his own opinion

    Exceeding stiff and strong,

    Though each was partly in the right,

    And all were in the wrong!

    Comment by motai | November 13, 2007


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