7.4.09 – Balik Mengundi!

Spread the word – Let’s Change For Malaysia!

This video is to remind Malaysians of the sense of hope and liberation felt by all Malaysians, regardless of race or religion, at the heart-thumping general election results of March 8, 2008 – uniting all Malaysians in an uplifting feeling that there is still a future for the country as change is possible.

With the three important by-elections of Bukit Gantang, Bukit Selambau and Batang Ai in eleven days’ time on April 7, 2009, let us reinforce the paradigm shift in Malaysian politics achieved last year after half-a-century of electoral politics to endorse the advent of two-coalition politics where Malaysians will always have a meaningful choice at the ballot box in the march towards freedom, democracy, justice, accountability, integrity and good governance.

Every vote counts in the three by-elections on April 7.

People’s power in Bukit Gantang, Bukit Selambau and Batang Ai to end political hegemony in the country!

  1. #1 by malayan on Saturday, 28 March 2009 - 3:43 pm

    There will be only one best name for all in this land.


  2. #2 by monsterball on Saturday, 28 March 2009 - 3:46 pm

    Very nice and soul searching…….feeling irresponsible.. not to vote.
    Yes…Malaysians of all ages…..please sacrifice just one day for country and people.

  3. #3 by OrangRojak on Saturday, 28 March 2009 - 4:43 pm

    That’s a really good job.

    Now why isn’t there a Pakatan website to counter the BN campaign website? There are loads of really powerful, impressively high-quality (production wise) videos on YouTube that would motivate Malaysians to vote for a better country, but they have to go and search for them. That’s … inexplicable.

  4. #4 by HARAPAN MALAYSIA on Saturday, 28 March 2009 - 5:53 pm

    ” Harapan Perubahan ” yang membawa perpaduan sejati bagi setiap

    umat insan seluruh Rakyat Malaysia yang benar-benar sama-sama

    bergading-bahu bersatu-padu memajukan Negara tercinta Malaysia

    di persada dunia tentu dapat melahirkan Semangat Kebangsaan

    Rakyat yang tulen demi Harapan Malaysia Negara Maju Rakyat

    Bertuah yang diusaha-impiankan serta hasilnya dapat dinikmati

    Seluruh Rakyat Malaysia yang telah senantiasa bersedia jujur-ikhlas

    beramanah.. berkhidmat…berdedikasi.. untuk Bangsa dan

    Negara tercinta Malaysia….!Insyaallah..!

  5. #5 by gofortruth on Saturday, 28 March 2009 - 6:59 pm

    “Every vote counts in the three by-elections on April 11.”
    Uncle Lim,
    The date should be April 7, right?

    [You are right. Thanks. corrected. – Admin]

  6. #6 by taiking on Saturday, 28 March 2009 - 7:16 pm

    Lets tell them the real message. If they are too deaf to hear then show them. Sweep them off the floor. Sweep them clean. Give Pakatan three solid yes. The whole of Malaysia is behind you.

  7. #7 by voice on Saturday, 28 March 2009 - 10:43 pm

    Yeah, we throw full support to democracy in BUKIT GANTANG here!
    great to see PR leaders here, we are joining PAS, this is what we called UNITY! not the MCA,MIC,UMNO master and slaves, we are fighting against the evil power, hand in hand, without looking on the skin colour, religion and backgrounds, just to get a better Malaysia, the country we love.
    by the way, the EC is saying that PR component parties cannot display their flags except the contesting party, while the BN can, what the hell? why the EC is so kepo now?

  8. #8 by lew1328 on Saturday, 28 March 2009 - 10:46 pm


    Let’s we all send this message together across to show “the people power”. Yes, we count on you, a truly Malaysian.

    Even though it may end up like to “Earth Hour” in which only few participants that I’m witnessed here in KL, but it shown there are still other peoples whose care and I guess it happen this way.

  9. #9 by p44hing on Sunday, 29 March 2009 - 12:19 am

    I remember the nite of 308
    That was the first time I saw miracle in Msia
    People of Bukit Gantang, Bukit Selambau and Batang Ai, please go back and vote wisely.
    You all can make miracle

  10. #10 by Onlooker Politics on Sunday, 29 March 2009 - 10:06 am

    “Now why isn’t there a Pakatan website to counter the BN campaign website?” (OrangRojak)

    OrangRojak had been raising the above questions in several occasions. It seems that there is still no proof that indicates a strong membership cohesiveness among the PR component parties besides the occasional meeting of the component parties at leadership level. I believe there is still much room for PR to manoeuver in order to bring improvement!

  11. #11 by k1980 on Sunday, 29 March 2009 - 12:00 pm

    If unmo loses all 3 by-elections on the 7th of April, who will be forced to take early retirement ?

  12. #12 by OrangRojak on Sunday, 29 March 2009 - 1:06 pm

    Onlooker Politics Says: raising the above questions in several occasions
    Are you calling me boring? It has been said before! I don’t know who developed the BN website for them (find it on google with a search like ‘bn 2008 campaign’), but I suspect it was extremely expensive. Given the state of the gov.my domain, I’m fairly certain no in-house talent was used.

    The BN site gets a fair amount of criticism for not being interactive from bloggers, but I think they’ve missed the point of a campaign site. If the visit counter on LKS blog (I can’t see it, AdBlock) was accurate, then it’s only a tiny proportion of self-promoting or super-loyal cheerleading visitors that actually want to leave their mark.

    The fact that the Opposition-curious web surfer has to search for this kind of content is baffling (is there a reason?). A campaign website needn’t even necessarily carry a PR ‘brand’ – it could employ the raintree or some other symbolism. I think it should be static (no comments) like a glossy brochure. And it certainly shouldn’t carry prominently any logo or name beyond those of the core parties! I doubt Malaysians are any less sensitive than I am to websites promising a brighter future for their beloved country but are really nothing more than self-promotion sites.

    There are some nice short, relevant domain names available that would be suitable. It would do PR no harm at all to add such a domain name to its ceramah flyers or even to its campaign fliers so that people could go home (or use their mobile devices) to see videos like this one, or even just to see what the issues are in their own language when the ceramah speaker is addressing a different community.

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