Saturday, 13 October 2012

80,000 flyers to promote Anwar’s talk in Johor

80,000 flyers to promote Anwar’s talk in Johor
The flyers in three languages

JOHOR BARU (Oct 13, 2012): Johor PKR (People’s Justice Party) has printed and is now distributing 80,000 flyers to promote its premier ceramah (political rally) featuring Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim on Saturday (Oct 20, 2012).
“We hope to attract a crowd of between 20,000 and 30,000 people,” Johor PKR chairman Chua Jui Meng said.
Speaking to reporters after attending a two-hour meeting of the ceramah’s organising committee chaired by Shukor Ayub at the state PKR office in Bandar Baru Uda, Tampoi, this afternoon, Chua urged Johoreans to turn up in full force for the ceramah.
“This could possibly be the last premier ceramah by Anwar in Johor before the next general election. After the March 2008 political tsunami, Johoreans must now take the lead to change and heal Malaysia of its corrupt ills inflicted by Barisan Nasional (BN)-Umno for decades.
“With Malaysia’s vast rich natural resources, including oil and gas, why is our federal debt at RM800 billion, as revealed by Muhkriz Mahathir (deputy international trade and industry minister).
The real 1Malaysia ... the PKR officials who are preparing for the Big One in Johor. 
“Haven’t you (Johoreans) have had enough of BN’s unabated plundering of the national coffer, enriching not the rakyat (people) but BN-Umno cronies, especially the Umno elites.
“Do we need to wait for Malaysia to be bankrupted by BN-Umno before we realise we have been had big time? That would be too late to prevent untold economic sufferings to the rakyat,” he added.
Chua said Johoreans must start showing their support by turning up for the ceramah titled Kali Ini Pasti Tukar (There will surely be change this time) to be staged at the Sutera Mall car park in Skudai at 8pm.
“Johoreans must start thinking out of the box to be able to make an informed decision on the politics that will surely affect not only our future but that of our children and generations,” he added.