Protests, Lies and 'BERSIH'? Think again.

The old adage says "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results".

Well, this holds true for Bersih.

After the various protests, and nothing has changed. Bersih is at it again.

Stop and think.

Is it all that noble, pure and true?

LSS has much to say on this:

BERSIH Chairperson Maria Chin Abdullah, denied yesterday (pic) that they are being funded by NED - only by the NDI and the OSI.

The NED, the overt arm of the CIA, is widely suspected of "regime change" activities and protecting USA interests overseas - hence the virulent denial by BERSIH that it is NED funded.

If you don't know what the National Endowment of Democracy is and what it does, you need to watch this documentary:

Who wants to be accused of receiving funds from a group known to subvert democracy and cause (many times, violent) regime change, right?

Ukraine, China and all the Arab Spring countries can tell you all about the NED, And why Russia also bands them.

Unfortunately, what BERSIH did not tell you is that the funds from NDI comes from the NED!

NED itself says on their own website that it has a "special relationship with four core U.S. grantees that represent the building blocks of a democratic society" - one of it is the "NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS (NDI)"

"Each of these four grantees receives an equal portion of NED’s grant budget – and each program is carefully developed with NED program staff and approved by NED’s board of directors, just like any other grantee.".

This means that 25% of NED's annual grant budget given by the USA govt is given to the NDI, which then funds BERSIH. Thus BERSIH is indeed funded by the NED.

(as a sidenote, the NED also funds political parties in Malaysia - which could be the reason why these parties do not want to reveal their funders and objected to PM Najib's earlier push to reform election funding in Malaysia)

As for the OSI (Open Society Institute) mentioned by BERSIH, it is now known as the Open Society Foundation (OSF).

It was founded by George Soros in 1993 and was reported to have spent USD11 billion (RM41b) so far on the same goals as NED.

(George Soros' foundations also owns 29% of MalaysiaKini, which MalaysiaKini was forced to admit in their own statement on their own website)

In fact, both NED and OSI are closely linked and typically works together. There is much information and proof about their close collaboration.

George Soros was the person who attacked Malaysia's economy in 1997-1998 and famously said to Tun M to "See you at 5" - meaning he was going to attack us until the Ringgit is 1USD = RM5.

Therefore, BERSIH is funded by the overt arm of the CIA for regime change and the person who has attacked Malaysia's economy and profited from it.

Don't be naive! These people fund you because you are doing exactly what they want you to do. They don't just throw money around for no reason.

Two days ago, BERSIH had said it will hold simultaneous BERSIH 4.0 overnight rallies in Kuala Lumpur, Sabah and Sarawak on 29-30 August 2015.

Word is that they target 1 million protesters.

Ex-BERSIH chairperson Ambiga had also threatened Malaysia two days ago that we must "form a temporary non-partisan govt NOW or face Sri-Lanka style street protests." via BERSIH 4.0.

If threatening us to dissolve our current govt and form a new temporary govt is not considered as regime change, then I don't know what is - and this aim is consistent with BERSIH's own admitted funder, the NDI and OSI and in default, the NED.

This threat is why Ambiga is now being investigated by PDRM under Section 124 of the Penal Code for activities detrimental to parliamentary democracy (aka toppling govt) and her statement was recorded yesterday.

This could also be the reason why PM Najib, when addressing the Haj Pilgrims who was sponsored by 1MDB, said this yesterday:

"Please pray the country is safe, pray for the leaders, where the people would determine who would be in government and who would fall, not outsiders or foreigners,"

If you may like or dislike Najib but our democracy and our sovereign rights should not be determined by foreign agents and foreign nations who fund traitors in our midst.

We make our own changes at the ballot boxes based on our own democracy - either at party elections or the general elections.

Not streets protests that could degenerate into chaos and cause more harm to our economy

PLANKING - this is not how BERSIH protests typically are

This could happen again and has happened before at BERSIH rallies

We don't need incidents like that right now  - especially since our regional neighbours are also experiencing intense economic pressures at this very moment.

The Economic realities from our neighbours.
- Thailand cuts 2015 GDP forecast, for 3rd time this year, to 3 %, exports will fall.
- World Bank Drastically Cuts Indonesia’s 2015 Economic Growth Forecast.
- Singapore GDP at negative 4.6% in Q2, worse than forecast.
- Philippine q/q growth slowest in 6 years (Q1)
- Brunei exports falls 32% in Q1 2015. May enter third year of negative GDP growth 2013 (-2.1%) and 2014 (-2.3%).
(yang di atas semua dah bertahun-tahun ada GST. Yang takde GST itu yang lebih parah. Brunei sudah dua tahun negatif. Tahun ini also pretty sure Brunei get another negative GDP).
Even Korea, the land of Samsung and K-Pop is struggling - partly due to MERS which has thankfully spared Malaysia so far.
- Korea's 2015 per-capita GDP is expected to drop for the first time in six years.
And Taiwan also reported yesterday that their economy grew at the slowest pace in 3 years

We don't need more chaos which adds more pressure, instability and uncertainty on Malaysia's economy.

Being led by these people and supporting their foreign-funded moves is as good as supporting treason.

Spread the word on this.

Malaysians determine our own destiny.

Not "them"

Read why this particular ex-BERSIH supporter who attended past BERSIH rallies before have now stated "Why I will not join Bersih 4".

And also why this other ex-BERSIH supporter wrote: "Street rallies do more harm than good" - especially in light of the recent Low Yat riots.


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