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Penang will vote for change, whataboutyou? March 7, 2008

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DAP stunned itself….

“There were frequent cries of “Just change it” in Hokkien, referring to the political situation.” (Malaysian Insider, 07 March 2008)

(GE12) The eve of GE12 March 7, 2008

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All day and night on Friday (9 am til 10 pm), speaking from our trucks and meeting voters in all 12 sub-constituencies.

We’re racing against time!!!

The stops will be worked and scheduled by the Ops team, to be released in the morning.

For more photos from my campaign, please go to Kamal’s website:- ak57.wordpress.com 

24 more hours to a new dawn in Selangor and Malaysia.

Ceramah@BU3 March 7, 2008

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A lovely, appreciative crowd 🙂
And they donated RM 10,154 to our election fund!!!
TQTQ! 😀 😀

Ceramah @ Bandar Sri Damansara Utara March 7, 2008

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Ceramah on Wednesday night at Bandar Sri Damansara Utara.



With Teresa Kok who was kind enough to drop in and lend her support to R. Sivarasa and I.

(GE12) Vote for ‘cleaner’ Selangor, says PKR March 7, 2008

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Vote for ‘cleaner’ Selangor, says PKR
Fauwaz Abdul Aziz | Mar 6, 08 5:44pm

PKR Selangor candidates today urged voters to come out in full force on polling day Saturday to issue a ‘no confidence’ vote against the ‘abuses’ of Menteri Besar Dr Mohd Khir Toyo.

Citing a litany of scandals pertaining to development projects, perks given to state government officials, former Kelang assemblyperson Zakria Mohd Deros, and the Broga and Ijok incinerator projects, they said a vote for Khir would be a vote to further “weaken the Selangor state”.

“We call on all Selangor voters to choose wisely. A vote for Khir would weaken the Selangor state,”said PKR Selangor deputy chief Yaakob Sapari at a press conference in Petaling Jaya.


al-Fatihah – Salman Nasaruddin March 5, 2008

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On Tuesday, my friend, Salman passed away at UH, a victim of a hit-and-run accident in the affluent Section 16.

He was walking back at around 10 pm and when he was hit, it was so loud some of his neighbours heard it, including his sister. She called an ambulance, not reaslising it was her brother who was hit.

I took some time off yesterday to visit his house. Election or no election, he was still my friend.

Salman was a keen photographer and we had been planned a group photo exhibition together. But of  late, he is better known as the person who has been taking those fantastic panoramic photos, on the campaign trail of Anwar Ibrahim.

I was lucky to have caught with him last week and spoke about his work. “We got to sit down after the elections,” I’d said to him.

One of our madcap ideas last year was to go to Janda Baik with a group, stake our tripods and take night photos.  There is said to be a spot filled with an abundance of stars. Now we won’t be able to do it.

This has cast a pall on the remaining days of the election. Many of us were aghast and broken that someone could drive and hit another person, and leave him there to die. I appeal to to anyone who may have witnessed this inhumane crime to let us know the details.

We shall miss you, Salman.

Ceramah tonight and updates March 5, 2008

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Wednesday, 5 March
9 pm Damansara Damai (BM)

(Rawang’s “Ladies Night” programme postponed to Thursday)

9 pm Sri Damansara Utara Jalan Angsana (Chinese/English) with Dr. Kua Kia Soong (former MP for PJ and author of ‘May 13′), James Wong Wing On (former MP for Kampar), Teresa Kok (incumbent candidate for Seputeh and Kinrara), Lee Khai Loon (coordinator, Youth4Change), Elizabeth Wong and R. Sivarasa.

And since I launched my e-donation drive on 2 March, RM 6350 has been raised :), and this has been very helpful in offsetting my 2nd batch of printing which just arrived. (Third batch on its way!) Those who would like a receipt, kindly write to bukitlanjan2008@gmail.com

(GE12) BN ups psywar March 5, 2008

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Someone made a comment re Chandra Muzaffar – ‘it’s alright if you sell-out, but don’t be made a tool of BN’. One must expect more riff-raffs to come out of the woodwork in these last couple of days of elections.

Anyway, there’s a VDC being distributed to Malay Muslim voters, which tells the story of the conspiracy of Jews and Western powers whose agents are Anwar Ibrahim and all leaders of the Opposition – and issues such as the Interfaith Commission, other Opposition issues and even BERSIH – the coalition for free and fair elections, are in fact part of the *BIG* Jewsih plot.

Get a life, guys.

Among all the politico-celebs, one non-leader stuck out like a sore thumb – ME! (Hahahahahaha!) But I have to thank Umno/SB for promoting me to their ranks and using a nice photo 😀  I must be doing something right re: Inter-faith dialogue, freedom of religion and free, fair elections.

Below is a statement by Dr. Syed Husin Ali:- (more…)

Plunge March 5, 2008

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In case anyone noticed (election fever mah), the KLCI has plunged some 28 points midday and dipped below 1300.

(GE12) This *is* the dirtiest elections ever March 4, 2008

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The Election Commission has cancelled the use of indelible ink for this general election, citing public order and security issues. (Malaysiakini, 4 March 2008)

The only conclusion that can be drawn from this stunning announcement is – BN is losing big time and is now desperate to have to resort to even cheaper and dirtier tricks, compared to the 1999 General Elections.

For all of us who marched in Kuala Lumpur seeking free and fair elections, please be prepared to defend our fundamental and constitutional right to free and fair elections.

It’s no longer about denying two-thirds. It is clear there are larger stakes at hand.

Don’t let cheats into the halls of state assemblies and the Parliament.