The Government is building a coal-fired power plant at Sabah?
THAT’S FUCKING AWESOME!
wait, that is not a good thing right?
Hmm, I guess is not. Our Mother Earth is having sick. Okay, here’s the thing. There is a postcard project to our Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak.
What do I want to send postcard to him?!
Well, this is a movement. We, as the rakyat, have to voice our concerns and opinion to Government that we do not support the building of coal-fired power plant at Sabah. Building these plants will demolish some of our precious habitants, and we love our environment.
On 31 October 2009, in Kuala Lumpur, in his keynote address at Tenaga Nasional Berhad’s (TNB’s) 60th anniversary celebration, our dear PM said:
“…The government needs to revise its energy policy, ..the current one [is] obsolete and in need of a revamp… was proven to be costly, both environmentally and financially.
“…coal is what we call DIRTY technology, it’s NOT environmentally friendly,”
Do remind him of his own wise words.
How do I support this?
Easy as 1 2 3
- Download a Postcard
- Post to Prime Minister
You can write letter to Prime Minister wo.. how cool is that? The Prime Minister should be proud because even my girlfriend doesn’t get my hand written love letter.. I use Microsoft Word.
Here’s for advance mode (step-by-step)
- Please grab this photo (or other photos on this page) onto your desktop
- Put it on a thumbdrive
- Take it to a photo printing shop
- Print as many as you can
- kaw-kaw stick the photo on a piece of cardboard
- Write your message to our dear PM on the back of the photo – on the cardboard
- Don’t forget to leave space for the address and stamp
- Address the letter to the Prime Minister (details below)
- Put a stamp on it.
- Post your postcard
- Bully all your friends, class mates, colleagues, family members to do the same thing please.
- Everyone LOVES getting postcards.
‘Kopivosian’ in the Kadazandusun language of Sabah means: ‘Greetings’ or ‘Salam Sejahtera’
‘Kotohuadan’ in the Kadazandusun language of Sabah means: ‘Thank you’.
Don’t be excessively rude cause that’s not nice.
Do use your own language to write to him. He can find a translator and learn some Sabah languages. 1Malaysia bah.
I am going to write in Engrish, Hakka, Cantonese and Mandarin.
“But, where can I send this postcards to?”
Straight to his office. Wohooo!
Here’s the official mailing address
The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak
Office of The Prime Minister,
Main Block, Perdana Putra Building,
Federal Government Administrative Centre,
62502 Putrajaya, MALAYSIA
Tel : 603-8888 8000
Fax : 603-8888 3444
Use the postcard to tell the Prime Minister The People of Sabah love their environment and do not want a coal-fired power plant in Sabah.
There is no copyright on the postcards.
This belongs to all concerned earthlings.
Don’t be shy, make a stand.
No to coal in Sabah; Power to the People, FIX THE GRID.
Lastly, you can sign the petition here: SAY NO TO COAL IN SABAH
I am the 1414th. Will buy 4D later.
This is a global campaign because it affects a globally outstanding site therefore requires global responsibility to protect it! You from other countries are so important to us to help stop this coal-fired power plant in our Sabah. Please just do your thing, take hold of the campaign for yourself and spread the word! Kotohuadan from the peoples of Sabah!
More websites related to this topic
Board to go ahead with coal-fired power plant – March 30 2010
Shipping coal a threat to the marine rich east coast – April 19 2010
EIA report on coal-fired plant next month
Malaysia’s proposed nuclear plant comes under fire – May 5 2010
Clean energy a real option – May 7 2010
Do come visit Sabah. We’re nice & we have gorgeous special places to experience