Sunday, August 24, 2008

Biggest event since Merdeka: Permatang Pauh - Anwar's speeches attract BN campaign workers





Pix: anilnetto.com
Top Left and Right and bottom Left: empty BN campaign booths
Bottom Right: PR campaign workers engrossed in their jobs.



Have BN election workers been disillusioned? Their campaign hands appeared attracted to Anwar's speeches and leaving their work booths deserted

At Seberang Jaya, BN Ariff Shah’s stronghold, Jalan Siakap 12, in the neighborhood of the deserted BN booths, Anwar was having a 'ceramah' (campaign speeches) with about 1,000 people or more, amongst them perhaps the UMNO people smitten by PR's messages.

More excellent reports at anilnetto.com

4 comments:

Bangsa Cina Malaysia said...

Asalamualaikum

the chinese are 100% solidly supporting DSAI to be the next PM of Malaysia.

to my malay and indian friends
come let us together show and prove our solidarity and rally
behind DSAI.

forget about saiful sinful or whatever fool .

Alhamdulilah everything went smoothly during nomination day.

just go all out and vote DSAI for he will not only be our MP but also our next PM for all Malaysian.

long live DSAI and may ALLAH
bless you and your family.

Ameen

InsyaAllah God Willing DSAI will win with a 30,000 vote majority

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...

It's not just a Penang holiday but a 'Decision Day'
For all eligible voters to have their say
Who will be there in this pivotal seat stay
But make sure no legitimate voting papers go astray

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 240808
http://MotivationInMotion.blogspot.com
Sun. 24th Aug. 2008.

Salak, Sarawak said...

Bangsa Cina Malaysia said...

Bto my malay and indian friends
come let us together show and prove our solidarity and rally
behind DSAI.
]

If the desertion of the campaign booths is a sign, UMNO/BN's position has become embarassingly indefensible.

You know, like 'dia orang dah meluak'!

But the voters know best. When they do, ethnicity is no better reason for anything.

We hope many young and budding politicians will work on this and emphasize on confidence and practical solutions and leave fear and insecurity behind.

But we must reenforce this groundbreaking development. Anwar's return to Parliament will be a big national moral booster. And we salute the people of Permatang Pauh!

Salak, Sarawak said...

Samuel,

MAFREL's reports since Nomination Day is alarming. The impression we get of the Police makes us feel the Minister in charge is a common hoodlum, a gangster and a common kaki pukul.

Perhaps this has been felt by the Pauh people and the booths desertion is a direct result!