The Day That Changed Malaysia Forever

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THE MARCH ON 10 NOVEMBER 2007 WAS INDEED AN IMPORTANT MILESTONE IN THE PATH TOWARDS CIVIC CONSCIOUSNESS AND REFORM.


IT WAS TRULY SYMBOLIC IN THE SENSE THAT THE PEOPLE OVERCAME THEIR FEARS OF THE GOVERNMENT, THE HOST OF THREATS, INTIMIDATION, ETC.


THEY BRAVED THE WATER CANONS,  TEAR GAS, ARRESTS AND CAME TOGETHER AS ONE NATION, ONE VOICE AND ONE HEART.


THEY FOUGHT THE GOOD FIGHT. INDEED THEY LIVED THE SPIRIT OF V.

2 Responses to The Day That Changed Malaysia Forever

  1. Grace says:

    Remember, remember, the Fifth of November, the Gunpowder Treason and Plot. I know of no reason why the Gunpowder Treason should ever be forgot…

    hahaha, remember this?

    You are right, just some modifications there.

  2. Satya says:

    I really do hope that people remember, remember the 10th of November, and that it will never be forgot. Though thankfully there was no gunpowder, treason, or plot.

    I would diagree with the mainstream media about His Majesty the YDP Agong not giving his approval for the rally. Go to

    http://www.malaysia-today.net/nuc2006/index.php?itemid=326

    to see why.

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