We will do something far worst than Butt-Flexing if Bersih 4.0 happens Dajmarizal Zolkipli
Friday, 18 May 2012 10:44
KUALA LUMPUR: The controversial group that carried out the butt-flexing exercise in front of Datuk S. Ambiga's house has threatened to retaliate should the Bersih organizing committee reneged on its promise to not continue with the rally.
The president of Persatuan Veteran Tentera Malaysia (PVTM) Mohd Ali Bahrom pledged a "far worst demonstration should Bersih suddenly do a U-Turn and proceed with Bersih 4.0".
"We will do something far worst than a butt-cracking exercise,” he toldMalaysian Digest.
“We want to keep the peace and will do anything to retain it."
Mohd Ali who was wearing yellow also urged Pakatan Rakyat to stop using Bersih as their tool in garnering support and momentum.
“PAS, DAP and PKR should not pressure Bersih into another rally, because their intention is not the same with Bersih which is for free and fair elections.”
Mohd Ali said the opposition coalition must accept and respect Ambiga’s decision to not organize Bersih 4.0.
“They wish for another Bersih to be staged, but they must now respect the Bersih top leadership's decision,” he said.
“After all, what they want from another rally is just to get the momentum going for the general election.”
PAS' Mohamad Sabu had said one million people would join the next Bersih rally in protest if Putrajaya did not implement immediate electoral reforms.
Mohd Ali had issue a THREAT TO THE RAKYAT. In return I strongly believe that the Rakyat should accept this challenge. BERSIH 4.0 SHOULD TAKE PLACE TO SAVE THIS COUNTRY BEING GIVEN AWAY FREE TO MIGRANT BY UMNO.
Furthermore WHO IN THE HELL IS THIS MOHD ALI? JUST BECAUSE GENERAL ELECTION IS NEAR EVERYONE WHO THINKS THEY ARE SOMEBODY WANTS TO BE NOTICE. THIS IS THE KIND OF MELAYU WE HAVE TODAY.
When the time is right (which will be soon) I will reveal the emerging of stars that will take place in Malaysia for the first time since our Independence from the British. Then you will understand the last gift from Tengku Abdul Rahman.