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Monday, March 29, 2010

Vote for your rights!

I am posting this here to help in efforts to register Malaysian voters. Do your part. Vote for your rights.

Dear Extraordinary Bloggers, cyber pals and friends,

I write to let you know that Voice your Choice is starting this weekend in Klang Valley. We are going to be at 3 locations from 10am – 10pm on the 3rd and 4th of April.

1. Subang Parade

2. Amcorp Mall

3. Cineleisure, Kota Damansara.

We will be at these 3 locations all weekend for voters registration.

We need your assistance to draw people out from their houses to actively come to register. We know this is not a norm but we hope to achieve that with your influence over the people that you lead through your blogs. This adventure of ours is truly extraordinary as we aim to hit an epic target of 2 million voters registered by the end of this year. Never has there been such an aim yet we are not backing out or doubting the people of Malaysia. This is because the only reason we are doing this is because we strongly believe that our people wants to be counted significant in making a difference in their community and country. The reason why there has not been action is because most people are paralysed by the fear of being alone.

Therefore if all of you join us to start this of in cyber space where we are blessed with this freedom, we are very sure, others on the ground will follow suit. Let us do this in unison with the belief that our fellow brother or sister shares the same believe that we strongly believe all of you have. That is that our tiny action however insignificant it may feel will collectively come together to make an amazing impact that will ultimately shape our future.

We plead and urge you that you not let our dream die but share it with us because we know that this dream will become a reality if more people believe in it. Please over this next 5 days write something in regards to this event on the 3rd and 4th of April. Also pls fly our e-badge as a sign of support. Our hope is that all Malaysian blogs and websites will fly this throughout this year. Attached is the e-badge & a simple guide on how to place the e-badge on Blogspot. I seek your support in sending this to your other bloggers who would support us in this movement. We need all the help we can get.

Fortunately, the 3rd and 4th is only our soft launch. We will take this nationwide in May. We will not give up nor will we back out.

For more info visit

Thank you.


Growing Emerging Leaders


tupingera said...

It is well and good that we get people to be registered as voters but if you think that elections are clean and impartial....just take a hard look at the face of the deputy chairman of SPR...his baruaness shines through.

Anonymous said...

Sir, is it Kota Damansara or Mutiara Damansara. TQ

Anonymous said...


It is well and good to get the eligible Rakyat registered as voters.

Please work with others to see how to stop the Election Commission from giving such excuses:
1) on voting day, the voter is told "Nama tak ada di senarai sini"

2) Nama you dah pindah ke Perlis

The celaka Election Commission will mess us up so that voters can't vote.

These walking excrements will do what they can't to destroy our effort.

Please work with others to see how this can be avoided.

Terima kasih.


Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...


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
Sun. 24th Jan. 2010.

Wan Chee Hung said...

Dear Patrick,
Cineleisure is located in Mutiara Damansara. Will definitely be there!

Ho ho ho said...

So far so good for me. The SPR website shows that my address change has been effected and my wife is now a registered voter.

Anonymous said...

Many people do not bother to register because they do not have faith in SPR.

1NEM said...

The whole rent-seeking culture came about because of the abuse of affirmative action under the NEP. So, if Najib says the government wishes to continue with affirmative action, is that a nice way of saying, "We're still gonna take care of Umno members"?

If the government really "will help all poor Malaysians regardless of race", can we see more deserving students get places at local universities, regardless of their 'kulit-fication'? Wasn't the same promise given when the original NEP was formulated?

Make up your mind. Do you want to base your policies on race, needs or merit? Which has more priority? Mixing all them together is too confusing and complicated to implement and is a receipt for abuse. In the end, the status quo remains.

"Affirmative action will consider all ethnic groups fairly and equally as long as they are in the low income 40% of households". Very good, a need-based affirmation action.

But then we have, "racial quotas should be slowly phased out". How slow? Will it take another 50 years or until bumiputeras achieve the elusive 30 percent equity? What's wrong with replacing racial quotas with needs-based affirmative action straight away? It's not as if the Malays are going to be disadvantaged.

Then we have this admission: "Najib said that the government's inclusive approach based on needs, not race will translate into greater support for the bumiputera."

So where's the political will to do it? Or is it because the Umnoputras will be disadvantaged?

Anonymous said...

I registered as voter with SPR through a booth they set up in PKNS Shah Alam in Oct2009. I checked my status but still not registered.. how to confirm this?