Some photos at tonight’s ceramah, 06-03-08

It’s heartening to note that wherever we go for our ceramah, the rakyat of Wangsa Maju will turn out in force to hear us. Wangsa Maju tells us you are ready for change. So vote for change.

Vote for KeADILan on March 08.

I am ready to serve Wangsa Maju without fear or favour. Thank you.

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14 thoughts on “Some photos at tonight’s ceramah, 06-03-08

  1. Anonymous

    Wee, the rakyat are with you. How can you be wrong? You stand for us and we must stand up for you by voting for you. I am a Malay but I do agree with you that only the UMNOputras were getting all the benefits and not us the normal Malay. Don’t you are a symbol of muhibah. A kelantanese Chinese, who understand the Malay culture, and at the same practice chinese culture! This is great. Wangsa Maju defintiely needs a MP like you and not like that MCA idiot , who can’t even speak 3 words of Bahasa Malaysia. Don’t forget to speak up for us on the security in Wangsa Maju and also abotu the inefficiency of DBKL.I will defintely vote for you.

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  2. Anonymous

    I support you too, Wee, I am also Malay live in Wangsa Maju for 4 years and I want to say to my Malay friend Anony 04:23, pls tell many other Malay, Indian, Chinese friends and work colleagues also to give you their vote on saturday, I believe it will happen..

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  3. Anonymous

    Today, i am coming flying back from Tokyo with 4 of my colleagues to vote tomorrow. All of us will vote for opposition.We know Pak Lah is rushing to take whatever we have in the country. From the last 4 years, everyone can see the country getting worse and his family getting better and power. If given another term, we will go bankrupt for sure.Vote for PKR, DAP & PAS.

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  4. mohamad

    Hi guys,I was at Lembah Pantai yesterday.Despite the news condemning Anwar, people still camne and I dont know how many thousands were there. To get there took me ~1hour due to traffic!DS Anwar advise us to be smart in this battle. Come out early t’row and take turns in observing the pol station in a calm manner. Dont let them hire gangsters to provoke us or create tense situation.We should help and safe guard each other so that all of us can vote, not only that but to vote for opposition!Take care to all

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  5. Anonymous

    All the best Wee, i pray that you’ll overcome all obstacles, and get a THUMPING VICTORYHIDUP BARISAN RAKYAT!!!!annie

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  6. just change - a small step goes a long way

    (GE12) Anwar’s Letter to Malaysia March 7, 2008Fellow Malaysians,Assalamualaikum and warmest greetings,The moment of truth is upon us. The 8th of March 2008 is the pivotal moment of our time – when the people of Malaysia have a choice between changing to a better, more wholesome Malaysia; or continuing to be trapped and shackled by 50 years of a chequered independence.From day one on nomination day itself, fraud upon fraud has been the hallmark of Umno-BN, through their ever-willing puppet, the EC. The introduction of stamp duties, followed by its abrupt abolition; uneven campaigns and gangster-like threats towards opposition candidates; the EC’s admission that there are apparent 8, 666 votes above 100 years of age; un-secret postal votes; and most shockingly – the abolition of the use of indelible ink on the grounds of ‘public safety’.These absurd frauds are clearly desperate attempts to maintain the rule of Umno-BN, even as they shiver in fear, seeing the readiness of the people to voice out their dissatisfaction across the length and breadth of the country. But what is truly sad is that it seems, from this endless series of trickery, that in the eyes of Umno-BN, the people of Malaysia are so easily manipulated and fooled with impunity.That is what Umno-BN wants – for the people to shift their attention away from them, into a morass of deception and misplaced distrust. Dirty tactics are the order of the day, including the ‘import’ of phantom voters in certain areas, including Kelantan, Terengganu and not forgetting Pekan, Pahang. The opposition is blasted daily in the mainstream media, with barely an opportunity to respond to the allegations. I myself, supposedly ‘irrelevant’ in the arena of Malaysian politics, have been attacked mercilessly day in and day out with an array of libellous accusations. Ironically though, thousands seem to attend Opposition talks without ever needing the incentives of money or ‘entertainment’.From North to South, I am glad to say that we have made the best out of our 13 days of opportunity. Alhamdulillah, I have been privileged enough to witness the people of Malaysia rise up across the country. Far from being a marginal struggle, this is a struggle for all our people, who have long wished to free themselves from the tyranny of UMNO-BN! The response given to our KeADILan candidates, as well as our comrades from PAS and DAP, has been nothing short of phenomenal, while Umno-BN looks increasingly desperate by the day. Even with their complete control of the mainstream media, they continue to be on the defensive – rather than engage with our manifestos, they have only managed to attack us blindly, stabbing in the dark with no real rhyme or reason.My dear brothers and sisters,Each and every Malaysian has the right to an opportunity for a better life. Malaysia has tremendous potential, but it has been worn down and suppressed by the vile political games of Umno-BN, who continue to poison our minds and bind our potential with narrow racial sentiments and the all-destroying ooze of corruption. The judiciary has become the marketplace of gambling kings; crime is endemic, with rape, snatch theft and murder all on the rise. The police have been taken away from their positions as guardians of public safety, and shunted instead to the useless surveillance of opposition figures. Inflation is spiralling out of control, even as wages shrink; and the people just keep on suffering. And what does BN tell us? That we should be thankful for what we have.What you need to do on the 8th of March 2008 is to have the courage to change. KeADILan’s commitment is clear. The victory that you grant to us will translate into reduced petrol prices, a lid on inflation, a more sustained and credible effort at tackling crime, free education for all; and a government that is fair and just to all its people, regardles of race and religion.KeADILan has given you a Manifesto titled A New Hope for Malaysia, which strikes at the heart of the basic problems that the average Malaysian faces today, and offers you solutions for tomorrow. The hope that KeADILan promises shall be realised by each and every one of our candidates, coming as they do to you from all sorts of different backgrounds, united by their shared credibility and calibre of the very highest degree.KeADILan, PAS and DAP have played their roles in saving Malaysia from its current course of self-destruction, fanned by the greed and lust of the Umno-BN leadership and the gamblers of the nation’s future. Now, it is your time to make a choice. All our hopes and dreams for the nation are now but a step away from being realised – it is in your hands, as a citizen of Malaysia, endowed with dignity and the freedom of choice.I firmly believe that the people of Malaysia are a mature and wise people, and I am confident that that wisdom will be translated into votes for KeADILan, PAS and DAP come this 8th of March 2008, in the name of saving our beloved Malaysia.It is now time for Malaysia to tread the path towards a new future, armed with a New Hope, great and bright in its promise of glory. The choice is in your hands. And in God we trust.I wish you all the very best, as you fulfil your civic duty tomorrow in bringing about a better Malaysia for all.ANWAR IBRAHIM

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  7. Anonymous

    sdr. wee choo keong…saya adalah pengundi berdaftar parlimen p.116 wangsa maju yg akan mengundi saudara dlm tempoh kira2 8 jam dari sekarang di sekolah kebangsaan wangsa jaya seksyen 4walaupun saya melayu-islam, tetapi saya yakin dgn kebolehan saudara utk memperjuangan suara rakyat di parlimen kelak sekiranya menang…sekiranya keputusan tidak berpihak kepada saudara esok (minta dijauhkan), teruskan usaha memperjuangkan keadilan di bumi malaysia…p/s: saya adalah pelajar undang2 di uia gombak yg setia mengikuti perkembangan inkuiri lingam tempohari…tahniah atas keberanian saudara menangani kebobrokan sistem kehakiman negara yg sudah punah…yg benar,850618-03-***7

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  8. WeThePeople

    EX B.BINTANG MP MR.WEE CHEE KEONG THAT I KNOW.THE 1ST TIME I MEET YOU IN WISMA COSWAY OVER AFTERNOON TEA WAS MEMORABLE. YOU, AS EX-MP AND A PROMINENT LAWYER COULD IMMEDIATELY SPOKE KELANTANESE DIALECT AFTER WE BEING INTRODUCED TO EACH OTHER. LILTLE DID I REALIZE THAT YOU’RE THE EX-MP OF B.BINTANG AT THAT TIME.AT THE END OF THE FRIENDLY CONVERSATION, YOU HAD OFFERED YOUR FREE LEGAL CONSULTATION IF IT IS A SIMPLE CASE AND HANDED OVER TO ME YOUR BUSINESS CARD. WHAT CAN I SAY, BEING A LOYAL SUPPORTER TO PAS N KEADILAN, I’D DONE MANY THINGS UP TO MY LIMIT TO SUPPORT ALL KEADILAN & PAS CANDIDATES, INCLUDING YOU. I’M WILLING TO ASSIST YOU MORE FOR VICTORY. EMAIL ME AT nik.ridenroll@gmail.com

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  9. Anonymous

    i attended your ceramah mesra at taman melati yesterday..we hope that our persatuan peniaga of taman melati will get a better food court building so that the food sellers can get a better place and they can run their buissness in cleaner environment..(all this while they run their buissness along the roadside..just behind the big drain(longkang besar)..dbkl have promised but nothing happen..infact more and more illegal food sellers crop up along the roadsides of taman melati near the surau..looking 4ward for better change..=)

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