Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Zimbabwe-Centric Mahathir Mohamad

We are asking for basic civil liberties such as freedom of assembly, respect, civil liberties and privacy, Nothing extra ordinary but Dr.Mahathir harps like a little sick child on people's sexual orientation which is none of his bloody business!

He & His good friend Robert Mugabe have a very sickening and twisted mind due to personal agenda but little have they realized that people today cry out for Constitutional Freedom, Freedom Of Assembly, Civil Liberties & Respect! An Uprising of A New Democracy? Why Not?

Mahathir Mohamad & UMNO pulls Malaysia back to the 1980s and this is really frustrating the educated and urban lot. His rulling party has lost the support of the middle class, upper middle class and the Urban Class. Today his party holds on to the support of the uneducated and unexposed rural lot.

KUALA LUMPUR - The abuse of freedom of liberties will be detrimental to society, said Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

"All freedom must be limited. The problem is in determining the limits. Everybody wants to be free, but will it infringe on the freedom of others?

"I am not against human rights but the abuse of it," he said at a luncheon talk with foreign delegates attending the Umno general assembly at PWTC yesterday.

He also said the tabling of the Peaceful Assembly Bill showed that the Government was sensitive to the needs of the people.

"The Government has responded very quickly after complaints that the 30-day notice to notify the police to assemble peacefully was too long," he said.

He also noted that the Government had tackled the problem of unemployment and hardcore poverty by implementing several economic transformation programmes. "Uprisings like the Arab Spring will not spread to our country. (because your Fascist Government uses high end military force on her peoples!)

"This is because the Government has taken proper care of its people. "When a government does not pay attention to the problems of the people, they will eventually revolt," he said.
On Umno, Dr Mahathir said the party's performance had improved since the general election in 2008.

"In the last election, people voted for the Opposition because they were not happy with Umno's leadership. I believe things have changed."

Asked if he had seen any special development in states ruled by the Opposition, Dr Mahathir said: "I only see dirty water. Water that you cannot drink."

He said even Selangor was facing a similar problem because the state government had refused to cooperate with Pahang.


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