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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Read this. Please.

A CALL FOR ALL MALAYSIANS.

Hi.
I am a 23 year old Malaysian and I lead a team of dreamers who are working hard to make this country a better place. We are not trying to start a revolution nor are we trying to disrupt the peace. We are merely trying to put back that true sense of peace and unity which we lost when we left primary school. We want to tell the youth of our nation that indeed there is still hope for our nation, that we are not alone. We want all to know that there is indeed a longing for POSITIVE action brewing within all of us in the midst of today’s issues whether we speak of it or not.

Perhaps we have not acted on our troubled conscience because we have long thought we have lost the power to make a difference. If that is so, then you are not alone. That is because I am the same; I too have lost that belief that ‘one can make a difference’. However I believe when 2 or 3 are gathered, incredible things can happen. Therefore, I am willing to try and will leave this in your hands, so that I and more like me can be proven wrong. What we are going to do is give you a matchstick each. How you use it is up to you, but I believe none of you are fools, so please start that fire. The more that joins in, the bigger it will be.

So this is what’s happening; we have taken up the challenge to register 1,000,000 voters by the end of 2010. Even though we do have a SUPERB plan, that’s right, its 6 ZEROS! Impossible? I think so, unless everyone rises up and helps out. Only then can we reach that INSANELY EPIC target. For your information, we are not in this for personal glory, nor are we part of a business gimmick, and definitely not controlled by political parties. Anyways, if we wanted glory and money I think we wouldn’t have set ourselves up for EPIC failure like that.

Have I got your interest?

If you are inspired and want to be part of this, scroll down to the ‘how to’. If you are thinking that there is no hope and our efforts will only be futile in the end, I hope that you will see at the end of 2010 that you are indeed the minority and majority of us actually still have hope. If you are still unsure as most of you are, scroll down to the ‘how to’ and join us to look and see if this will actually work. Trust me, it’s going to be an exciting and entertaining ride whether we hit our target or not.


HOW TO SUPPORT EPIC FOR UNITY

- Attach the ‘VOICE your CHOICE’ e-badge to your blog or website to show you are part of the EPIC for UNITY movement and please make sure to link it to our website or blog.
- Tell everyone about this, through your mouths, blogs, facebook, twitter and any other methods you can think of. The more the merrier.
- Keep updated with our blog so that you have accurate information.
- Let us know if you have any contacts that would be willing to be involved in the hands on work.
- If you know of any companies that would support our cause in terms of finance, products, services or people please introduce the cause and help us connect!

For more info please check out our blog at http://dosomethingepictoday.blogspot.com/
Our email is dosomethingepic@gmail.com
Please pass this message around.

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Another point to ponder between now and the next GE:

This has always been the way of BN politics in this country. Find someone like Ibrahim Ali to preach the rhetoric of extremism so that Umno will seem reasonable by comparison. In the past, there was always PAS who could be counted on to say and do things which would terrify non-Muslims and send him/her scurrying for the cover provided by Umno.

There was a time when Umno provided a moderate centre. But that was some time ago. The centre has since moved. Umno has embraced a policy that has Malay dominance as a prerequisite. That has left the MIC, MCA and Gerakan in the lurch. They have nothing to offer their respective constituencies.

What a shallow-thinking politician Ibrahim Ali is? His politics is only for himself and a manipulation of Malay and Islamic issues. His thinking is 50 years behind. I am beginning to think he is the mouthpiece of ex-premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad in every sense.

Ibrahim is replicating that old dictator in this modern times. Every single speech and action of his is seditious and can cause racial unrest but, in the name of Malay rights, he claims otherwise.

Patricia said...

I think it will be those of us who give the chest-thumping a miss, who'll carry the day, in the end.

I'm optimistic about their - new and improved, since this post - goal.

And they're on my blog - for what little extra attention that will afford them! ;)

Ho ho ho said...

Was at a shopping mall recently. There was a voter registration counter. Wife was convinced to register as a voter. She had never wanted to vote.

One less from the 2 million target.

A Bookaholic said...

Thanks for sharing Patrick! I just registered myself as a voter today! :D

Richard Loh said...

Najib had given his ministers the KPI, what about him, who is going to grade him.

Take this poll:

How would you grade the PM's KPI (key performance index) during his 1 year in office.

Anonymous said...

Not to douse your enthusiasm, in the state of Zambry the King-Mandela-Gandhi, it is now official that you need a permit from the municiapl council for anyone to set up shop to register voters.

ha2, they have started to set-up barriers to hinder your dreams. But I am sure thats the least of problems. Way to go, guys. Tell the psuedo King to get lost.

Anonymous said...

wonderful wonderful wonderful. great work. keep it up. lets make something of this future. all bloggers repost this!!!

YB Ayub said...

Najib is still living in a denial mode when he says 'The Chinese community needs your (I presume MCA and Gerakan's) leadership'. The fact is that the Chinese community has already abandoned the whole of the BN and not just MCA and Gerakan. All right-thinking Malaysians irrespective of our colour and beliefs are favouring fair play, natural justice for all, meritocracy, institutions of integrity with the high morals and diversity that we find in Pakatan Rakyat.

As long as you choose to stick to your idea of Malay supremacy and supporting the racist Perkasa, your propaganda of a '1Malaysia' alone will not be able to win you back support from right-thinking Malaysians.

Anonymous said...

Malaysian voters should not expect politicians to serve them with complete honesty and full enthusiasm while at the same time expecting these politicians to be happy and satisfied at being paid peanuts and without some perks.

With perhaps some rare exceptions, I expect most politicians to be normal humans wanting to earn a good income to provide for themselves and their families. What we don't want are politicians like those from BN who are adept at turning a RM100 million contracts into RM300 million contracts for their cronies.

Pak Yusuf Din said...

I am a retiree and I hope Pakatan could gain control of my state (now under those scums) so that less corruption would mean RM100 ang pow for me every year.

I need the votes from the youngsters to make this happen, so that they could enjoy bigger ang pow in time to come.

Salsa said...

Ibrahim Ali is a Malay nationalist who fights for Malay rights and privileges. Ibrahim Ali is concerned that the Chinese are dominating the Malaysian economic scene while the Malays are being reduced to second-class citizens in their own country. And that was why Ibrahim Ali formed Perkasa, so that he can fight against the Chinese and prevent them from taking over this country.

But how many people know that Ibrahim Ali is linked to Vincent Tan of Berjaya? The same Vincent Tan who has robbed Malaysia of billions of Ringgit. The same Vincent Tan who paid Hee of Perak RM25 million to jump ship. The same Vincent Tan who is helping to finance further crossovers through his ‘special draws’ in 4D, 5D, 6D, toto....

Anonymous said...

Why the Umno fellows in Johor Bahru is not making noise now that Kpg Majidee camp (a historical malay hotbed) will be developed by South Key to turn it into a RM12 billion commercial and shopping area?

Isn't this the same issue the malays in Penang are making noise that such development will marginalize the malays?

Or is it because it is a project of UMNO's cronies?

Datuk Sharil of JB may want to explain this?

Anonymous said...

you are dreamers ........there is no logic when it comes to justifing discrimination, especially when the rewards are power and wealth.

if there is the slightest indication that the incumbents will lose in the next GE, there will not be a GE.....so registration will be a waste of time!

Anonymous said...

I hope PM najib will come to his senses that his aides are not telling him the whole story. Always canvassing the actual situation to make it look good. The recent CNY visit to port klang kampung cina was said to receive overwelming responds from its majority chinese populations there.. But the truth is, about 80 bus loads of outsiders were imported in from other districts. The cina kampung was invaded by non-chinese, crowding the streets and making folks there having difficulty to make a living. All roads were blocked as early as the start of dawn.
In papers and webs, all praise were given to the PM about this achievement. But folks there knows better. If this sweet canvassing is protrayed to the PM, I am afraid he is being misled.
He need to know the "feel" of the rakyat first hand.
Check out his blog. It appears the country is in such a goody good mode and nothing is a problem..

Anonymous said...

I hope PM najib will come to his senses that his aides are not telling him the whole story. Always canvassing the actual situation to make it look good. The recent CNY visit to port klang kampung cina was said to receive overwelming responds from its majority chinese populations there.. But the truth is, about 80 bus loads of outsiders were imported in from other districts. The cina kampung was invaded by non-chinese, crowding the streets and making folks there having difficulty to make a living. All roads were blocked as early as the start of dawn.
In papers and webs, all praise were given to the PM about this achievement. But folks there knows better. If this sweet canvassing is protrayed to the PM, I am afraid he is being misled.
He need to know the "feel" of the rakyat first hand.
Check out his blog. It appears the country is in such a goody good mode and nothing is a problem..

Anonymous said...

Please explain to me how am I to feel better when I am one of the minority 12% who actually pays tax in this country, gets called a 'pendatang' and now has to pay more tax under the GST scheme knowing that this cash is going towards making some Umnoputra's rich while the cost of living is going up and my purchasing power is getting smaller.

Charlie Oskar said...

Pat

How come you are not one of the 300invited internet friends to Najib?

Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s Internet friends, most of whom have never met the prime minister before, were delighted and proud to be his guests and come face to face with the country’s number one leader yesterday.

Some 300 of Najib’s Internet friends from throughout the country were at his official residence, Seri Perdana, as his guests at the 1 Malaysia hi-tea he hosted for them.

kinti kunta said...

NEP is actually racism that has been legalised by the government. The people that are supporting racism are one or many of the following - racist, greedy, lazy, corrupt, immoral or power hungry person. Unfortunately there are many of them in Malaysia.

The only hope that things will get better in Malaysia is to get Pakatan into government.

JENN SHING said...

Let's print 500,000 car stickers with this logo " VOTE FOR CHANGE - REGISTER NOW and get all peace loving citizen to display it on the rear screen of their car

Ho ho ho said...

It is the same old trick. Remember Semarak. It was some setia rakyat thing during Mahathir's time. Busloads of government servants were taken to the venues to show the numbers. All how seow, knn

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...

REGISTER FIRST THEN VOTE

It's every citizen's duty to vote
But first be registered to take note
It's your responsibility to devote
All your resources to cast your vote

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 240110
http://MotivationInMotion.blogspot.com
Sun. 24th Jan. 2010.

Anonymous said...

let the young generation experience riot/curfew... should be fun

Nuffnang