Do you want RPK out?

UPDATE: From Haris’ blog:

Are we up to lighting 55,335 candles? That’s approximately the number of nights the ISA detainees have spent. Can enough of you come out to represent one night under detention?

Read more HERE.

There will be a candle light vigil this Saturday, coinciding with RPK’s birthday. Details are as follows:

Venue : Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur

Date : Saturday, 27th September, 2008

Time : 7.00pm

Those who can, please do go and show your support for RPK and the other ISA detainees. Light candles for those who want to support, but can’t be there on Saturday.

Taken from Anil Netto‘s blog, we have Marina speaking to a crowd yesterday at the Abolish ISA forum.

She said: “Don’t forget, we all have a part to play in this.”


7 Comments on “Do you want RPK out?”

  1. May Petra be like Peter of old
    Solid as a rock as has been told
    Never in face of danger easily fold
    Standing for priciples that never grow cold

    (C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 240908
    Wed. 24th Sept. 2008.

  2. walski69 says:

    Pete will be in my thoughts and prayers… he’s sacrificed the most valuable thing he has for us – his freedom.

    And I think that sentiment is shared by many a Malaysian, of any creed or color…

  3. Muhammad Firdaus Christopher says:


    It was heartwrenching to watch Marina speak at the forum. My heart, prayers & love go out to her and the kids.

    The good LORD will continue to watch over Pete & bless his beloved family.



  4. bangmalaysia says:

    Su, guys,

    I know we are all in a serious and sombre mood but take a break will ya, go see the oscars at:

  5. sam says:

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY RPK… donno if this is politically correct to do, but I want to dedicate this song to RPK for his birthday…a song by Sudirman, another person I admired in life and death, recorded in the same studio the beatles made their many hits, a group RPK followed from what I understand…


  6. Drachen says:

    Took some foreign friends out for dinner last night. Traffic was crawling from Jalan Ipoh to Petaling Street. Lots of police near Puduraya and the Maybank building. After I parked the car near Chinatown, saw a group of about 7 Chinese ladies and gents wearing yellow “Justice for Altantuya” t-shirts walking towards Maybank. Must have been impossible to find parking anywhere near Dataran Merdeka. Police-car drove past as we were eating, making a bloody racket with the honking and siren. Must be taking some poor demonstrator to lockup. Traffic was still inching along around 11 pm.
    Thanks for this info Drachen. Appreciate it.

  7. KarmaKloth83 says:

    Too Bad I’ve miss this meaningfull occassion, but my support to RPK will always be strong. And the candle in my heart will never went off. May god bless him and family!

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