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A tattoed-girl in RED (communist ka amoi?), the not-very-attractive pig-faced bitch in Bersih t-shirt, the bunch of Bersih hooligans who want to replace their parents and rewrite their existence and the squatting shitty jambu-boy (click on the pic to ascertain the jambu-ness) plus all those shameless Malaysians who enjoyed the show... would they have done what they did on the eve of Merdeka at the historic Dataran Merdeka IF the Internal Security Act was still intact?
Most importantly do we have enough remaining 'preventive' laws to prevent Malaysia from going up in smoke?
Those genuine (free from politics of hatred) anti-ISA activist who championed for human rights and freedom of expression may want to ponder this latest black spot in our history. These genuine activist may want to urge the Government to re-enact some form of a stringent law to replace... not the ISA but the Sedition Act of 1948 (which was also repealed as a gift of greater civil liberty for Malaysians).
Obviously some segment of Malaysians are bent on abusing their freedom while an increasing number from the not-so-young generation think its time the authorities cracked the whip.
Does the National Harmony Act which was supposed to replace the Sedition Act 1948 pack enough punch to knockout the extremists among us?
National Harmony Act replaces Sedition Act 1948
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak tonight announced that the Sedition Act 1948 will be repealed and replaced with a new act to be known as the National Harmony Act.
Restraint has its limits, Sir!
*** For those of you bent on painting the Home Ministry, Home Minister and the Royal Malaysian Police in bad light ... hold your horses bros, party election lambat lagi.