LawEddie.com

Bloggers & Law, Internet Law, Legal Tips, M’sian Law News, E-commerce, Inspiring Stories…

LawEddie.com header image 2

Hindraf Rally on 25 November 2007

November 26th, 2007 · 14 Comments

This time I am no more late to report another protest in Malaysia.

Based on the recent 3 protests (Malaysian Bar Protest, Bersih Protest and this Hindraf Protest), I have seen that:

1. Malaysian are changed. They have changed to be bold to voice up their opinion.

2. Malaysian are peace lovers. They always act peacefully in the protest and the more valuable thing is they never react violently when facing the aggresive treatment from the police.

3. Malaysian are matured. They know what they are doing.

4. Malaysian are better informed. They have youtube, Malaysiankini, jeffooi, haris ibrahim (and also LawEddie,haha) now.

5. Malaysian are GREAT!

As usual, videos are the best reporting media for me as I find it speaks more than just words.

See what Samy Vellu has to say about the Hindraf Rally:

Source: The Star

Source: Al Jazeera

Source: MalaysiaKini

So what have you seen from these 3 protests?

Tags: Malaysian Law News

14 responses so far ↓

  • 1 keeyit // Nov 26, 2007 at 12:04 pm

    Hmm yeah.. KL got road block lo…

  • 2 Thomas Lee // Nov 26, 2007 at 1:29 pm

    Don’t give up malaysians !!

    Fight For Justice

  • 3 lukxiufung // Nov 26, 2007 at 7:24 pm

    Yeah, the road block really make me trouble in traffic….

    Don’t know why, I read your point in “opposite” way…lol.. feel like you are trying to give it in the different meaning :P

  • 4 Keris Taming Sari // Nov 26, 2007 at 8:25 pm

    But I saw these;

    1. Malaysian are changed. They have changed to be bold to voice up their opinion….. like dog barking at wrong tree. Barking at wrong time to wrong people by wrong individual.

    wrong time – 150 years too late.
    wrong people – go bark at Sammy Value villa. He´ś (no vulgar word in this blog) responsible for your welfare, not some British dude live thousand km away.
    wrong individual – people who bark apparently earning $$$$$$

    2. Malaysian are peace lovers. They always act peacefully in the protest and the more valuable thing is they never react violently when facing the aggresive treatment from the police.
    > There is not such thing as peace protest when it involved ten of thousand people especially coming from community known to cause lots of trouble. Peace is stay home enjoy your day off before start hard day work on Monday to feed your family.

    Not work on Sunday for 1 day of a lifetime and hope to be paid RM 1 m.

    3. Malaysian are matured. They know what they are doing.
    So whatś next?
    Chinese suing China gov for not providing proper life back there in mainland hundreds years ago?
    Malay suing Japan for invasion and torture?

    4. Malaysian are better informed. They have youtube, Malaysiankini, jeffooi, haris ibrahim (and also LawEddie,haha) now.

    We had harakah for many years ago… are there any better in PAS?

    5. Malaysian are GREAT!
    Apparently Hindraf still think they are Indian, whom life would be better if their great grand parent remain there.

  • 5 Putra // Nov 26, 2007 at 8:29 pm

    Not too late to show the dissatisfaction!
    Don’t provoke weak people.
    50 years of patience is too long!
    The list go on and on and on……

  • 6 yogi // Nov 26, 2007 at 10:21 pm

    I really don’t get it… why is Hindraf suing British government? Why doesn’t Samy Vellu represent his own people? What is the “Freedom” he is referring to… freedom to choose which toll road they are going to use?

  • 7 Kitkat // Nov 27, 2007 at 1:07 am

    I want to go to KLCC also cannot. (you have freedom to speak but not vulgar words in this blog)…

  • 8 Kitkat // Nov 27, 2007 at 2:22 pm

    Why you no join the demonstration ah??

  • 9 Eddie Law // Nov 28, 2007 at 11:46 pm

    Ok. it is time for me to speak out….

    Keeyit – yah i was a victim during the road block too.

    Thomas – lawyers only walk for justice, they never “fight” hahah!

    lukxiufung- i always lean towards the “justice” side be it opposition or ruling parties.

    Keris Taming Sari – I think next time you should read post in detail. I said “based on these RECENT 3 protests”… my comment above was made on the overall view of 3 protest. i never specifically refer to Hindraf. However, you are entitled to your points of view.

    Putra – good thing is never too late.

    yogi- British government is rich, they have pound sterling…hahaha (just kidding), you sound like you “like” samy very much ha!

    Kitkat – how do you know I never join them? Oops…yah, because I don’t have “locus standi” (a latin legal terminology means no standing due to unqualify or no interest in a case) as I am not a Hindu.

  • 10 Joshua // Nov 29, 2007 at 11:33 pm

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Check out my other blawg too at http://www.joshuachin.com

  • 11 MonkeyWong // Nov 30, 2007 at 3:19 pm

    But the fellas out there are not happy with this!

  • 12 yogi // Nov 30, 2007 at 11:55 pm

    I love semi value… only when I go pasar malam ah ;)

  • 13 fred // Dec 1, 2007 at 5:31 am

    hooray for malaysians if you have questions about immigration check out these sites

    http://www.deportation-solutions.com/eloy/index.php

  • 14 Concerned Victim // Dec 4, 2007 at 10:23 pm

    During this rally, I only see Indians (8%) of the total community in Malaysia. Is that only 8% not satisfied with majority 60%? What Chinese doing? Are they happy to be treated the same way?

    I don’t see any Chinese carry banners against government. Common guys, if you are not satisfied, join the group. Fight for your rights.

Leave a Comment

Disclaimer:Eddie Law is currently not involved in legal practise.This Site is provided for your information only to help you understand some of your legal rights. It should not be relied on as legal advice because it is not a substitute for an in person consultation with a lawyer. Nothing transmitted to or from this Site constitutes the establishment of an lawyer-client relationship between you or any lawyer. Eddie Law shall not be liable for any lost suffered by you as a result of relying on the information herein.