Change of venue, but so what?

Words not kept; outrageous arrests; Agong’s wishes not honoured; trying to create fear; and now road blocks. What’s next? Halt LRT services?
Before it could even happen, that certain party (or parties) is already showcasing just how “kotor” they can be to have things their way. Even when if it means to trouble the public or non-involved people.
Bersih 2.0 is a safe walk, a peaceful gathering, to advocate free and fair election. That’s all there is to it. If it turned out nasty, it’d be caused by the other parties. Without doubt.
Anyway, glad to see that many are showing their support for Bersih through Facebook. Some got creative with it as well. These are some of them who are on my friend list:
Anyway, the venue is indeed confirmed. For those who are still confused, Bersih will be held at Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur, at 2pm. Still for the same purpose and the message will be just as powerful, I believe, regardless of where it’ll be taken place.
See you there! For the future!
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