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Thursday, April 01, 2010

Register to VOTE

Bring your Identity Card this weekend and register to vote for the future of your country, your children.

3rd and 4th April, 2010

10 am to 10 pm

Subang Parade
Amcorp Mall
Cineleisure, Mutiara Damansara


Anonymous said...

I want to do my part to vote, but really have NO IDEA who I can trust enuf to vote for...

Asmawi said...

The real s**thead is the uber hypocrite Ibrahim Ali himself. What moronic and imbecilic mumblings regarding Malay sacrifices, yadda, yadda, yadda. By clamouring for the continuance of the proverbial diaper and pacifier to his professed martyred race, he is making a mockery of the Malays' ability to fend for themselves.

The truth of the matter is that the NEP is a smokescreen to siphon off the real loot for the Umno chieftains, while spreading crumbs for the kampung. How he say it with a straight face shows the complete pathological liar residing beneath the six-inch slithery skin.

I don't understand what he means by "... forgiving ... and sacrificing a lot of [Malay] interests ...". Didn't the non-Malays fought side by side to defend the country during World War Two and the subsequent Cold War? Didn't non-Malays worked three times as hard to build the nation from independence and against zero help from the government after the NEP came into effect?

What 'Malay interests' could they be if not to live well and prosper? If it is about religion, isn't there a mosque every 200 metres and isn't everyone able to speak Bahasa Malaysia and have their taxes used for endeavours that doesn't benefit them? Have non-Malays hindered Malay interests such as a fair judiciary, a modern state, a prosperous economy ... a better life?

Anonymous said...

Not only foreign portfolio and direct investments detour to neighbouring countries but our very own corporates re-locate their investments elsewhere. Even the world’s 33rd richest man, a Malaysian (HK based) Robert Kuok has already relocated his plantation conglomerate PBB Oil’s domicile to S’pore under Wilmar and is currently divesting his stake in general insurance business (Jerneh Insurance Bhd). Besides high net worth individuals taking their money out to hedge against risks, those have talents skills and brains are also getting out. In a way one can say these people are not confident that the situation will improve or the reforms will be effective.

Anonymous said...

"I want to do my part to vote, but really have NO IDEA who I can trust enuf to vote for..."

By the fruits you shall know the tree. By their actions, you know know them

Come all to register and exercise your right to vote and change Malaysia for the better with the Right people in office.


Anonymous said...

Anon 9.39 pm
Haven't you read all the news involving the current situation?

With all the ill management and corruptions of the BN led government, why not give it a chance to PR to take over and see its ruling for a term. Can't possibly be worse that this!

Anonymous said...

any document require??

Wan Chee Hung said...

Will be there!

Reformasi said...

NO IDEA? but for me is very easy... choose the one not too worse!!!

Reformasi said...

Patrick! I really love your blog, you help me to speak out all my dissatisfaction about all these dumb people around the country.

I really have no idea whether they have use their brain before they speak to the public.

Appreciate Patrick to voice out for me!!!

Mari Mengundi said...

03.04.2010 Voters Registration Campaign; 2pm - 10pm; The Mines Bowling Centre; Enquiries: 012-324 3888 (Mr. Chan)

04.04.2010 Voters Registration Campaign; 8am - 12pm; Pasar Pagi Bt 11 Cheras; Enquiries: 012-324 3888 (Mr. Chan)

05.04.2010 Voters Registration Campaign; 8pm - 10pm; Pasar Malam Seri Kembangan; Enquiries: 012-339 2205 (Mr. Javin Tan)

Anonymous said...

It was recently disclosed that out of RM54 billion in shares allocated for Bumiputeras, only RM2 billion were still in their hands. What has happened to the RM52 billion that cannot be accounted for? RM54 billion is a colossal sum of wealth that has been dished out. How did RM52 billion disappear into thin air?

Anonymous said...

Patrick, it's great that efforts are made to register more voters. However, I feel it's even more critical is to register more voters in those marginal seats areas. If we register more voters in urban areas where Pakatan already holds a big majority, it's not going to make a lot of difference to the final election results. Just my opinion.

Anonymous said...

Mahathir argued in his 1970 book that the Orang Asli are not the definitive people of the peninsular as they did not form the first effective government, and moreover “at no time did they outnumber the Malays”.

Furthermore, he brushed off the notion that Orang Asli might have prior claims above “the right of the Malays to regard the Malay peninsula as their own country...” and cited his own reading of history to bolster the Malay contention.

Today, learning from school textbooks, pupils would be left with the impression that Malaysian history started from the Malaccan Sultanate, and that before the conversion to Islam of the prince Parameswara, the country was some kind of no-man’s land.

Anonymous said...

I urge those who have not registered to do so asap.

You will be surprised your name could have been 'used' by certain party that register you at a certain polling station to achieve their means.

Anonymous said...

Go to the Election Commission of Malaysia Electoral Roll Checking website and punch in your IC No: for a quick check ...

Anonymous said...

how was the response?

Anonymous said...

Sadly i missed the opportunity to register and would like to - eventhough it seems that i might join the rest in leaving this country to work in a fairer country elsewhere. Sadly I still feel Malaysian though as I came back eventhough I had already been granted British Permanent Residency before. I made my choice to stay.

Let me know nevertheless so that I can have myself registered should I still be around then to vote.


who is still a little proud to be Malaysian.

PS - Patrick, perhaps you can do a general posting forthose who missed the opportunity to register last weekend?

Anonymous said...

According to 'MyProcurement' portal, the Defence Ministry has awarded a RM6.47 billion contract to a local company Syarikat Era Frozen Sdn Bhd to supply the army with fresh rations 'rangsum segar'.

Our soldiers will be very fit with such expensive food!

Anonymous said...

The Seberang Perai Municipal Council (MPSP) has turned around after eight years of deficits. It posted a surplus of RM14.6 million in 2009, after a marginal surplus in 2008 and deficits from 2000 to 2007 under BN rule.

Well done to the new DAP administration.

A good example of why we should vote for change to stop wastage of public fund.

Anonymous said...