Friday, May 3, 2013

Looks Like It's Bye Bye To Barisan On May 5!

It is only 2 days to polling day on May 5!

Wherever Anwar Ibrahim went to speak at a ceramah, whether it was in the Peninsula or Sabah and Sarawak or whether it was in a Chinese majority constituency or in the kampungs; whether it was in Barisan's stronghold or not, the crowds who had turned up to hear him were massive and, more significantly, enthusiastic and supportive!

In Johor state, considered Barisan's stronghold and Umno's birth place, it was the same - huge crowds had turned up.

Basically the same thing happened whenever other leaders of Pakatan spoke at a ceramah.

If anybody is thinking of cheating at the polls, it is better that they think twice.

When the people rise up in numbers to demand a change for the better, it is hard to stop the tide.

There have been so many complaints, yet our august Election Commission remains as blissfully and impertinently impervious to them and has yet taken any serious steps to allay the people's fears of possible massive and orchestrated attempts to cheat at the polls.

Malaysians must not be cheated of their votes now that we are so close to a tectonic shift in the country's election history with the best chance ever to consign the 56 year old Barisan coalition dinosaur back to the Jurassic Age where they belong.

I salute these concerned souls for doing what we Malaysians will laud for a long time to come.

The video below (just one of the many you can access at mediarakyat) will give an idea of what is happening on the ground with the voters who are hungering for change!




Or head over to you tube here

Bye bye Barisan!

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