First brilliantly using water cannons to hose down the residents before escalating their tactics to the equally brilliant employment of tear gas, the police valiantly dispersed the angry rakyat, achieving this courageous task victoriously by about midnight. I was so impressed by the police actions that I was moved to tears. No doubt their intrepid effort has been highly appreciated by the grateful toll company, Grand Saga.
The victory over the rakyat then enabled Grand Saga workers to return under magnificent heavy police presence to build a far more permanent barrier than the earlier concrete blocks which were removed by residents.
No sirree, nothing must stand between the toll company and toll fees, thus the Grand Saga barrier erected on State land must stand between the rakyat and free legal access to the road. Ini Malaysia Boleh!
Malaysiakini reported that the fantastic men in blue, dragged away from their terrific jobs of fighting crimes to fight the rakyat, kept outraged residents at bay as the Grand Saga company workers dug trenches across the toll-free road to frustrate the rakyats' access.
This may f* explain why the f* crime rates have f* shot through the f* ceiling - yes, those bloody Cheras rakyat have to be responsible for denying the entire nation of what could have been otherwise a totally crime free country.
The Grand Saga's erection of the barrier happened despite the Pakatan Rakyat State government confirming with the Department of Survey and Mapping Malaysia (Jupem) that the land where the barrier is being built is the property of the State government who thus has complete jurisdiction over the road. In other words, the Grand Saga company has no business to be erecting barricades there to force the residents to not only use the toll road but to travel at extra 6 kilometres to have the privilege of paying up the fees, adding a travelling insult to the injury of toll fees.
Yes, enjoy the scenic views of Cheras more!
But the barriers are up again, it's done, phew for their toll cash registers, and thanks to the wonderful men in blue.
... which is ample demonstration of their new slogan 'Integriti Amalan Kita' (Integrity is our practice).
And it also upholds the RMP's new motto of 'Mesra, Cepat dan Betul' (Friendly, Quick and Correct), unlike its previous 'Bersih, Cekap dan Amanah' (Clean, Proficient and Trustworthy).
Hey, if you don't believe the Police lives up to 'Mesra, Cepat dan Betul', just ask Grand Saga!
DAP state executive councillor Ronnie Liu was aghast not so much at Grand Saga, but more at the police for not taking a neutral stand. Mana boleh, he might have asked. Ronnie, ini Malaysia Boleh mah!
Liu said the RMP should not be seen as acting on behalf of Grand Saga and the federal government. Aiyah Liu, why not? It's nothing new.
But he did advise the residents not to go feral in response to the Grand Saga ..... hmmm, good advice for the reasons as just demonstrated, the toll company is likely to have police support with their water cannons and tear gas and even ... oooooo ... guns and jails.
He also wonder why (and I can tell him why) Jupem hasn’t yet released the survey report which was supposed to be released last week, Liu is upset with Jupem, who kaytee believes, if contacted will not make any comment or that its director, if at all possible to contact, will be making any comment either.
I wonder Jupem is managed by which Ministry? Maybe we could ask the Grand Yang Ber