Four ceramahs in Perak tonight and at least three in Penang tomorrow

My ceramah schedule tonight will begin at

(1) Ipoh Garden South (near RHB) – (contact 012-5011822) (from 8 – 8.30 pm);

(2) Jalong, Sungei Siput (245 Sg Buloh, Sg Siput, contact 019-9188838));

(3) Kg Tawas (market), Ipoh Barat, (contact 016-5621986); and

(4) Pasir Pinji (DAP service centre – 05 – 3233056).

DAP Secretary-General Lim Guan Eng has three ceramahs in Bruas parliamentary constituency and will end up in Ipoh Garden South ceramah after 11 pm.

Tomorrow I will have at least three ceramahs in Penang, viz: Prai, Bagan and Paya Terubong (Bukit Glugor).

  1. #1 by ostspl on Tuesday, 26 February 2008 - 3:43 pm

    Where is the Paya Terubong ceramah going to be held? What time is it?

  2. #2 by g2geetoo on Tuesday, 26 February 2008 - 4:14 pm

    No need for ceramahs after watching this!

  3. #3 by malaysian on Tuesday, 26 February 2008 - 4:41 pm

    what is the time?

  4. #4 by Malaysian citizen on Tuesday, 26 February 2008 - 4:52 pm

    Is DAP going to hold talks in Selangor?.
    Please inform the place and time.

    For all the voters out there , please tell everyone to vote only the oppositions .

    We need a change of government to create a fair and friendly society.

    We do not need the present double standard and lying government.

    When you do not have a fair and honest leader , all their departments like the police force , JPJ ,Bandaraya and so on follow their exact behaviours . I am very sure that all people out there dislike how these people abuse their powers and how irritating they are when they find some excuses to take bribes from the public or simply a nuisance when they issue summons rampantly to ordinary tax payers for some parking or some non-serious mistakes.

    They should spend their time catching car thieves , snatch thieves , solving cases like house breaks-in ,missing children , rape cases and not hiding at some bushes or bus stop or under the bridge issuing summons to tax payers for turning at the wrong lanes or so on.
    Are they really so free that they can spend time teaching citizens how to drive?.

    I just had an unlucky experience with the JPJ yesterday.
    I was driving along the road to my office and there was 3 cars infront of me and the JPJ was issuing summons to some lorries and one of them suddently stand out to the middle of the road hinting me to stop.
    When I turned to the side and park my car , he rudely walk over and hit my car once and said why I did not stopped instantly in the middle of the road.
    This made me very angry and I replied him “what is wrong that I park my car at the road side” .He just kept quite and ask me for the license . After that no oppology was given and further giving me an angry look.

    This is what that is happenning to the government force, abusing their powers in broad day light.

    As for Pak Lah and his gang , every time I see him on the TV saying that BN is treating all Malaysians fairly and equally always makes me angry as I don’t see giving the special rights and quota system favouring just Malays are anything near to being fair to the Chinese and Indians.

    Don’t believed a single words thay say , All good things said now is only said so that they can win the elections.

    For the Chinese and Indians , as we do not have and equal rights and quota like the Malays , do you know that you are actually being treated as 2nd class citizens ?????.

    Have you ever ask yourselves why you are being called the ( Non-Bumis) where as the Malays called themselves (Bumis). Are we all non-Malays not born in Malaysia???.
    Why do we have to accept being called non-Bumis???.
    We don’t have to , just vote for the oppositions for a change. Don’t be a naive voter and vote yourselves to be a second class citizens.

  5. #5 by Malaysian citizen on Tuesday, 26 February 2008 - 5:09 pm

    MCA , Gerakan and so on really cannot help the non-Malays as they do not have the balls to voice out our dissatisfactions.

    They are there to split the non-Bumis votes so that our voice will become weaker and weaker.

    MCA and the rest , please wake-up now , you are being used by UMNO to split the non-Malays vote .

    Without you around , all non-Malays can vote the oppositions.

    The reasons why we non-Malays are being bullied by UMNO is because of your existence . Please dissolve your parties.

    You are the one that all the non-Malays will blame for the suffering they are experiencing.

  6. #6 by k1980 on Tuesday, 26 February 2008 - 5:53 pm

    Malaysian citizen Says:
    Today at 17: 09.30
    MCA and Gerakan , please wake-up now , you are being used by UMNO to split the non-Malays vote .

    Do you realise that during WW2, there actually were Chinese from the Kuomintang helping the Japs to conquer China?

    During the Opium Wars too, there were many Chinese Christian converts helping the British and the French to fight the Chinese army?

    Why did they do it? FOR $$$$, what else?

  7. #7 by undergrad2 on Tuesday, 26 February 2008 - 6:35 pm

    “Without you around , all non-Malays can vote the oppositions.” Malaysian citizen

    What do you think about Shamsul Anuar’s comment on this blog, that Malays can go it alone, without the Chinese and Indians. With the MCA and MIC out of the coalition ( i.e. there is no coalition), if all Malays vote for UMNO, and all Chinese and Indians vote for the Opposition, there would be enough majority for UMNO alone to form a government but not vice versa?

    BN is about power sharing but power is not being shared equally, that within BN, UMNO is first among equals. It is all about ‘democracy’ being a numbers game, according to Shamshul which of course I disagree. To verbalize this reality in this manner is of course the worst form of arrogance that one could imagine – but it is nevertheless true, according to Shamshul.

  8. #8 by undergrad2 on Tuesday, 26 February 2008 - 6:43 pm

    To: Shamshul Annuar

    ‘Democracy’ is not and has never been a ‘numbers game’.

    The election is not about numbers. Besides being a tyranny of the majority over the minority, it is about abuse of power, how the few that wields that power have abused it, carving vast personal financial empires for themselves and their families. This is just wrong!

  9. #9 by grace on Tuesday, 26 February 2008 - 7:01 pm

    Where is Prai Ceramah going to be held? Am interested! Time?

  10. #10 by js on Tuesday, 26 February 2008 - 7:54 pm

    I suggust DAP to publish in the newspaper the date, time and place of all ceramah going to be held.I believe it will help to increase the vote.Frankly speaking, i myself really wish to attend the ceramah but do not know the place….

  11. #11 by allout on Tuesday, 26 February 2008 - 8:11 pm

    Dear YB Lim,

    Bring along all your big guns. Personalities like Teresa Kok, Ronnie Liu and Fong Po Kuan will definitely aid DAP campaign in Penang. Penang needs more fireworks.

    We are with DAP to change Penang and please make it happen.

  12. #12 by PK Wong on Tuesday, 26 February 2008 - 8:32 pm

    For this coming election we need to do more to ensure BN will not get the two-thirds majority.

    Opposition candidates do not get much publicity in the air time as compared with the BN candidates. Each time I look at the TV news about the election always the pictures of the BN candidates appear in much much air time than the opposition candidates.

    I suggest supporters of opposition should campaign individually in their own ways to convince their relatives and friends to vote for the opposition. As for myself I used to send sms or e-mail to my friends to urge them to vote for the opposition. It is very heartening to hear that most responses indicationg they would support the opposition. The rest have not responsed yet. As for my relatives they are 100% casting the vote for the opposition.

    This coming election is very important to us. If we cannot defeat BN for the two-thirds majority we will suffer for another five years to come before the next election. This forum is not just for reading for fun. Just talking and no ACTION makes a monkey out of us. So what we want is ACTION! ACTION! aCTION!

    Best of luck to DAP, PKR & PAS.

    Good health to LKS and all the opposition fighters.

  13. #13 by Malaysian citizen on Tuesday, 26 February 2008 - 11:25 pm

    Without the non -Malay vote Umno can form a government and not vice versa(undergrad2 says).
    I did not read what this Shamsul Anuar says.

    If you asked me , a 40% oppositon’s voice in the parliment is definitely better then the present 10% or below.

    Furthermore , PKR and PAS are also opposition parties , I guess DAP would have to work something out with them to form a government.

    Voting for the BN component parties means we will continue to be 2nd or3rd classs citizens.
    We have nothing to lose.

    Vote for the opposition parties please.

  14. #14 by js on Tuesday, 26 February 2008 - 11:44 pm

    from DAP website, I only can find the 26/2 ceramah event. How about 27/2, 28/2…. DAP should have a pre-arrange venue and publish to all.Until now I still do not have the reply about tomorrow ceramah at Paya Terubong

  15. #15 by pohwatchdog on Wednesday, 27 February 2008 - 10:04 am

    You have shake them up in Kinta Valley. More ommph…. the heat is on. Ladies power strategy at work in state constituency and parliament. Where are you Su Chee Keong in Pinji? No material send to Taman Boon Bak, taman On, Taman Tai Lee and the surrounding areas? Where is ur ceramah?

  16. #16 by badak on Wednesday, 27 February 2008 - 11:06 am

    If im a Malay I will surely vote BN ..Last month UMNO led BN just gave Mara RM900 million to give out as loans.. Don,t pay back its ok..But only open to UMNO Members.

    Why can,t MIC and MCA members see that UMNO is robbing the poor to give to the rich..I hope and pray that the chiness and indians will open their eyes when they vote

  17. #17 by matterofchoice2008 on Thursday, 28 February 2008 - 12:25 pm

    Time to vote for Jeff Ooi and the Opposition. Exercise your right now!!

    TAK NAK TO ………….

    We need the check and balance for good governance.
    Please do your part. Please call upon all friends and relatives to vote for the Opposition.
    We need to send the right candidates to parliment to voice up for us.
    Penang and Jelutong voters, we need more supports to reject BN parasites going into the Parliment.

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