Ice Cream uncle cools off a hot Bersih night

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Live video stream from KL Bersih rally

» Click to view live video stream of Bersih 3.0

Live video stream from Bersih 3.0 Kuala Lumpur
»http://www.ustream.tv/channel/uttv-live-streaming

Bersih gets going 12 hours early [video]

Follow the video channel – YouTube user ‘bersih428’

KL Bersih photos – Dataran on Friday night

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Do’s and don’ts: the Bersih rally-goer’s guide

What to bring

  • Identity Card
  • Cash – between RM50 to RM100, small notes, for light shopping to excite small businesses along the rally route
  • Salt in small packets – to neutralize the effect of tear gas and to avoid yourself from choking should you inhale it.
  • Towel or cloth – in case sprayed with chemicals
  • Pen and Notepad – to take down policeman’s name and ID number, and questions asked by police if arrested.
  • Camera, Video Camera, Smart Phone – remember to water-proof them with a plastic bag.
  • A bottle of water or isotonic drink.
  • Some chocolate bars – to revitalise yourself if you need to run for it
  • Personal medical necessities – inhalers, diabetic medicine, insulin medicine etc.
  • Some basic first aid such as plasters

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Where to assemble for KL Bersih rally

See also » Do’s and don’ts for rally

Where to gather for Bersih rally

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KL mayor abandons democracy, hands over to the police state

What Penang police said on Tuesday

Police did not consider the assembly a security issue. Police would be there to facilitate the flow of traffic and prevent any untoward incident. Such a peaceful assembly is allowed in a democratic country in line with the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012

What the KL mayor said yesterday:
• Bersih ‘now a security issue’
• ‘It appears there is a confrontation’
• ‘Police should know what to do’
• ‘Street sit-in is not peaceful protest’
• Mayor meets police for joint operation
Roads that may be closed
Jalan Raja, Jalan Tun Perak, Jalan Hishamuddin, Jalan Lebuh Pasar

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Penang police: Bersih not security matter

Asst Cmsr Gan said police did not consider the assembly a security issue. Police would be there to facilitate the flow of traffic and prevent any untoward incident. Such a peaceful assembly is allowed in a democratic country in line with the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012
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Human rights at KLCC: no money no talk

Yellow Mob goes shopping for human rights

Fadiah Nadwa Fikri, a human rights lawyer, spent RM55 on the book You Cannot be Neutral on a Moving Train at the peaceful protest inside KLCC Suria shopping centre yesterday.

Watchful eyes among the Saturday shoppers in the upstairs galleries while the Yellow Mob sang songs and distributed yellow cupcakes at the Christmas tree in the concourse. Photos: MalaysiaKini

» Mob defies injunction threat
» Najib, Rosmah at Convention Centre event next door

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Brickfields small shops protest: can small people protest at KLCC shopping mall?

A tale of two shopkeepers

Or: how business works — profits first, people last (except if you bring money)

Two types of shopkeepers: the small ones in Brickfields and the b-i-g rich one at KLCC. The small ones held a street protest yesterday, but the big one doesn’t want protests at KLCC today.

Brickfields shopkeepers closed their shops for an hour to gather outside Lotus (the old Peking Hotel) to wave banners and shout Bantah because of traffic changes in the neighbourhood, involving cars, buses and lorries, which they say drives customers away.

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