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Saturday, July 9, 2011

Perkasa rally ends in a whimper

Sulaiman Kamal | 9:51 PM | | | | | Best Blogger Tips

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Kdekkk gdekkk gdekk

Haram jadah ni rupanya tak berani keluar dari rumah. Cakap berkobar kobar, berapi rapi tapi tak ada telor. 
Sudah lah siKatak, eluk lah ngko tinggal je dibawah tempurung  sampai bila bila. Tak perlulah ngko keluar keluar lagi.

Ngko tak ada lagi aman sejahtera semua rakyat marhaen. Cakap tak serupa bikin.Podahhhh!. Pergi mampus lagi baik lah daripada menyusahkan orang ramai.
Cehhh!! tak ada telor langsung.


The Perkasa rally did not take place as there were no supporters and no sign of their leader at Tasik Titiwangsa.


KUALA LUMPUR: Supporters of Malay extremist group Perkasa were supposed to gather at Tasik Titiwangsa here and march in droves to Stadium Merdeka. But the planned march fizzled out.
At 2pm there were no supporters at the lake, except for a few joggers, a wedding party and several policemen. Perkasa leader Ibrahim Ali has apparently got cold feet.
Perkasa secretary-general Syed Hassan Syed Ali said that Ibrahim would not be present at any rally because of the court order barring him from entering certain parts of the city.
After promising to arrive at Tasik Titiwangsa at 12.30pm, Perkasa leaders decided to postpone the rally after zohor prayers, according to Syed Hassan.
At 2pm, however, there were no Perkasa members at the lake.
Speaking to FMT, Syed Hassan said that his supporters would possibly be congregating in “an hour, maybe an hour and a half”.
Meanwhile, Perkasa Youth chief Irwan Fahmi said that he was “waiting for instructions” from Ibrahim.
Perkasa had intended to congregate at the lakeside area and march to the city centre to intercept Bersih 2.0 supporters.
However, police have cordorned off every entrance to the park, forcing visitors, including a very disgruntled bride in full regalia – to leave their cars by the roadside and make their way out on foot.


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