Sunday, October 3, 2010

The March to Putrajaya



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19 comments:

  1. Thank you very much sir, for letting us to read the beautiful book. If it is possible for me to donate in anyway to a good cause, i shall be very happy.

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  2. KQ,

    Thank you very much. I had reproduce your article and promote this site on my blog Malaysia For All

    I pledge with a 500 ringgit contribution. Please keep us informed once the set up of the fund is available in order for me to dispense my donation.

    Thank you

    Richard Loh

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  3. Thanks, Richard, for your kind effort to disseminate the message and your generosity towards the fund which has yet to be set up.

    Steve, I appreciate your prompt and kind response.

    Will keep you posted on further development.

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  4. Where can i view the book...it doesnt seem to be here.

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  5. click on the top right hand corner icon to view.
    click on "Download PDF" to download.

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  6. Downloaded the file 1.46MB.
    Downloaded on 4th Oct, 9am.

    All the words has been tempered.
    Only can read the Preface of Kim Quek.
    Is there a security code needed to be typed to read it?

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  7. @Anonymous: I am not exactly sure what you meant the words have been "tempered." I was able to download the PDF and opened it without any problem. There is no security code needed to read it.

    There are two ways to download this file. You can either click on the "Download PDF (1.4 MB)" link or you can top right corner of the Google document icon (it looks like a rectangular box with a dark box within), which will take you to Google Docs and you can then click on File and select "Download original."

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  8. Thanks Kim Quek for posting the electronic version for us.

    I have uploaded it to another file hosting as alternative. Just in case...

    http://www.filefactory.com/file/b3c9db1/n/The_March_to_Putrajaya.pdf

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  9. Dear Liberty, still can't read anything only can read the Preface. All the content has been replaced by black dots. All the letters have been replace by dots. Looks something like morse code without any dash.

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  10. @Anonymous: I suspect you have a very old version of Adobe Acrobat reader. You may have to get a more updated version. If you are using a Mac, you can use either the Preview app that comes with Mac OS X or Adobe Acrobat reader. On a Windows-based PC, i believe the only free reader available is the Adobe Acrobat reader.

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  11. For those of you who have problems with this document, try upgrading to the latest version of Acrobat Reader. I am using Reader version 9.3.4 for Windows and it works just fine.

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  12. Guys, I have blog it here: http://pasalbuku.blogspot.com/2010/10/buku-march-to-putrajaya-malaysias-new.html

    My question is, "Saya tidak pasti adakah larangan ini juga termasuk memuat turun dari Internet?"

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  13. The ban was imposed under the printing presses and publications act 1984, which does not cover publications in the Internet. Hence, activities carried out in the cyberspace including downloading, uploading and emailing are not affected by this ban.

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  14. Sdr. Kim Quek,

    Many thanks for your kind info about my query. Appreciate that :-)

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  15. Thanks for the book. It's a sad reflection of some of our country's politicians!! When the top is corrupt and abusive of powers, what do you expect from the rest of his croonies!?

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  16. Dear sdr Kim Quek,

    I remember this publication has been lying low profile in bookshops' shelves for quite some time and you know what - it has all of a sudden became a must read piece. Congratulations & many thanks to those kiasee bloke.

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  17. Dear Kim Quek,

    Thanks for this book. It gives readers a 'big-picture' view and understanding of the country's current situation. A definite must-read for any Malaysian seeking change.

    Keep it up.

    Jason

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  18. I quote: "I remember this publication has been lying low profile in bookshops' shelves for quite some time and you know what - it has all of a sudden became a must read piece. Congratulations & many thanks to those kiasee bloke."

    Yes, I agreed with the above statement. I saw the book lying low at Popular bookstore. But now it's hot item & must read book. I'm reading it now too :-)

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  19. It has come to my attention that Malaysians with their internet services provided by TMnet (the state-owned Telco) are being blocked from accessing this site. This has been independently confirmed by TMnet users from various cities in Malaysia. For TMnet users, there are ways to get around the draconian blockage by going to the various free internet proxy servers to access this site. Please spread the word.

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