Yeo YP: Why Do Malaysians March?


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  1. Fizan says:

    I miss this shot. I was not alerted it’s happened on Saturday until I call Matnor later in the afternoon (prior to his benefit show at Noisy) and asking him where is Joe, he said Joe went to the anti-ISA march. I go to work as early as bird in the morning, started a very busy day, only sometimes I got an opportunity to read some newspaper. I really don’t watch TV at all at home, I pull off my car’s radio antenna, so I’m very out dated guy I guess. And now you can call me an apolitical punker for not joining you in this march. I know there’s some big-nosed here who are very proud of taking part in this march without any real meaning and understanding to adapt into their real fukin life. If it’s comes from your heart, keep it in your heart. Don’t mess it up and making them big shit. Lots of moronic also taking part and they not even understand what’s revolution is all about. The kind of morons who threw rock to Carburetor Dung last time! You better blame people whose band’s name are like All Cops Are Bastards, Police Bastard etc for not showing up. My fellow friend’s band, Cops On Fire from Spain is fukin real. They’re going to demonstration and the street protest just like every week in and week out.
    Well I think I’d rather smash someone that’s very close to me, i.e like my UMNO-inspired father, my Mecca-godz mother, my fukin religious bigotry office mates etc than joining people’s political rally. Shame on me.

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  2. effuan says:

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  3. Fizan says:

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  4. thee dr. says:

    Malaysia is a very heirarchy-driven society; also a very polite one. Sometimes people would rather keep up with appearances than confront something evil but if everyone did that we wouldn’t be around today–protest isn’t a fully understood component of the political landscape perhaps but it’s good to see some awareness being spread–good going guys–wish I could be there with you but I am in heart and soul.

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