"Eyes are to see, ears are to listen, brain is to analyse and understand, mouth is to express our thoughts and what we understand."
The expression and the message is loud and clear this time. More then 40,000 people gathered at the Bersih rally and more then 30,000 people at the Hindraf rally, excluding those who did not make it and their silent supporters. One is asking for a clean election and the other is asking for the denied rights of Indians. The intentions and motives of both the rallies are the same - they want to see a better, cleaner and fairer government.
Is this too much to ask for? Any right-minded human would say it's not. And mind you, both were peacefully assembly till the chemical-laced water and the tear gas was fired. But even that violence was a 'one-way violence'. Please take some time to read and watch all the independent online news and not only rely solely on our local dailies and local TV station news.
The time as come to face the reality and by using tear gas and chemical-laced water to cover the truth is foolish. Even putting the leaders behind bars would only make the situation uglier and it's not going to end their spirit. Both rallies had opened the eyes of millions of Malaysians and I'm sure they aren't going to close their eyes anytime soon.
To all the blind, deaf and dumb so-called BN leaders, who still can't seem to understand what is happening around them - those who are still in their own worlds and comfort zones - please wake up and hear the voices of Malaysians before it gets worse. Do the right thing and stop listening to the clowns around you.
May the blessings of the God of all the races in Malaysia be with us Malaysians.