Was anti-ICERD rally a waste of time? (video)

Written by: MT Reader | 09 Dec 2018 15:03
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09 Dec 2018 15:03

So, what is your opinion about the anti-ICERD rally yesterday?

According to Melia Serena, who is Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir's daughter, she slammed the participants of the anti-ICERD (International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination) rally, saying that Vision 2020 was gone because of them.

She also posted a picture on Instagram Stories with the caption: "Disgusting. Take all offence, I don't care. Extremely disappointing."

According to The Star, in another Instagram Stories post, Melia who seemed to be responding to those who had sent her direct messages due to her earlier post slamming the anti-Icerd protesters, said it was disappointing to see how people from her own race could be so "hateful, discriminating and be such bullies".

Mukhriz is Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia deputy president.
"One thing they don't agree on, they'd immediately stalk you and say the most hurtful things just because they are triggered and bothered.

"If you think commenting negative stuff would make me regret what I said or make me feel bad about myself, you're fooling yourself really. I'm really just chillin," she said.

The government had decided not to ratify Icerd amid rising protests by opponents who claimed that the United Nations human rights agreement would jeopardise the special rights of Malays and bumiputras in the country.

To me, the entire thing was a waste of time and should not have been organised in the first place.

Some of those present did not even seem to know what ICERD was and why they were there. Just look at the videos below:

A Perakian

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