“Bersih” means clean.
But what are the citizen want to clean?
Apparently, Bersih wants clean and fair elections.
Read on to find out what the participants want to express.
Some may not be satisfy with the current weak Ringgit Malaysia and economy.
Some want to get answer about the “donation” into private account.
Some want to have a true leader instead of an actor.
Some just want to express their personal view, may not be focusing on Bersih’s objective. Anyway, it is rally and people have the freedom of speech. If you can read Chinese, you can read between the line.
The youngsters are no involved into social and political climate, when the country is at stake.
This 34-hours would be the time to voice out your thoughts.
Age does not matter, but not all ‘wishes’ automatically granted.
Citizen should go through the legal and proper channel to elect your next leader. Cherish the valuable vote on your hand. Make sure you are registered as legitimate voter.
Our Royal family love our country.
Malaysian children love our country. “Kita Anak Malaysia.”
Even though many people think there are the boss, but the leader said you are not patriotic because you joined Bersih 4 rally today.
Government has declared this rally as illegal. The yellow shirt printed with “Bersih 4” is illegal.
More than 20,000 brave souls still surround the city (and many more joining Bersih 4 rally in different cities throughout the world).
I am glad that the rally has been peaceful without interference by the authority. Malaysians wish our country is marching towards a more mature society.
People is the key for any nation.