People Power can overcome tyranny every time
Why do Malaysians march?
Yeo Yang Poh a former Bar Council president writes this:
“Because politicians do not mean it when they say with a straight face or a smile that they are the servants and that the people are the masters. No servant would treat his master with tear gas, batons and handcuffs.”
Read his excellent letter to the Sun newspaper, Malaysia, in full, by clicking HERE
Not marching is not an option!
March on for freedom from the tyranny of the present government.
March on for true separation of power of the legislature, the judiciary and the executive.
March for the restoration of true democracy.
March for the freedom of speech and freedom of the press.
March for the freedom of peaceful assembly.
March for an end to racism and favouritism.
March to end bribery and corruption.
March for a level playing field.
March for the end of cronyism.
March for freedom of religion for everyone.
March for equality and mutual respect.
March for justice.
March now, before it is too late!
March for a better Malaysia for all!
Viva la revolución?
March for Malaysia
Beneficium accipere libertatem est vendere
To accept a favour is to sell freedom
Bonum commune communitatis
Literally, common good of the community
Accensa domo proximi, tua quoque periclitatur
When the house of your neighbour is in flames, your own is in danger