Thursday 22 October 2009


Let us try to do the difficult thing here. Let us start a Peace Movement that has as its goal: “Bring home the Old Man”. Sans Politics. Sans Race. Sans Religion.

In this Old Man we have a Malaysian who in years to come will be written of as one who did what he thought was the right thing to do to help Malaysia achieve its Independence - whether that was in fighting the British, the Japanese or the Malaysian Government – he did it all! That he did so under very trying conditions deep in the jungles of Malaya and Thailand only lend credence to his to standing as one of our Freedom Fighters. We want this Malaysian to be amongst us in this twilight of his years. We want to listen to what stories that he still has to tell us and we want him to know that when all is done, he can still come home.

Let us start by letting our Government know that this is what we want. Let us start by making this slogan “Bring Him Home” known to as many people as we can. Print this out. Paste it in your house, on your desk at work, stick it on the windscreen of your car, on walls on buildings…anywhere that people can see it. In time they will know whom we want “to bring home”.

If you believe in this go talk to three others and get them to do what you are doing with the slogan with each of them talking to another three each! You start with three and within a week that will become a 1000 – easy! If we have 10 of us doing it–we have 10,000 in 7 days. We can do this! All we need is to print just three of the slogan each and give it to those that we bring to our side.   

If you can improve on the design of the slogan do so. What is important is the message “BRING HIM HOME” . Two weeks from now we want this slogan to start penetrating the consciousness of the Malaysian Public. We need to get the critical mass that will guarantee a snowball effect that will not stop by the end of the third week of us starting this. Let us try this. Put this message on your Facebook- in your blogs, emails, sms – in any way you think fit. If we the Public want Chin Peng to come home then we need to let the Government know. Shall we? 

Let us start now! Spread this message to all our friends out there. Paste this on to your facebook We can make a difference. But we need to work at it. Do your bit  - every one individual that gets to know about this takes us closer to our goal of getting everybody involved! Spread it around!


  1. Fellow Malaysians,

    We can cry until the tear well runs dry, we can shout until our throat sore...Najib and company limited will just not move. Or will only move when the time is right.

    Why and when? It's all about politics.

    For all that we know or do not know, Chin Peng is his most important trump card and he is holding it close to his chest.

    When will he utilise the card?

    If the non Malay support keeps dwindling, out of the blue, he will make a suprise announcement.

    "We and the cabinet ministers have unanimously agreed that Chin Peng is in reality a part of our history. We have also decided to honour the agreement signed in 1989and allow Chin Peng to return. We have already made arrangements for this historic moment".

    What will be the reactions of those who have steadfastly refuse to budge?

    DS Najib is no ordinary politician. He knows the mentality of the Malays.

    Distribute to the UMNO warlords what they want. Contracts, licences and so forth. And the moment they saw the wealth drop from the sky, these warlords will sing a different tune. And so the followers.

    It will happen before the 13th GE.

    The election that signify the end of an era.

  2. Enough talk on Chin Peng, just move on with it Pak. Lets do it guys, lets get cracking.

  3. Ya, you are right Lading Batagar and we all are right with you.

    Let us be the Soldiers amongst all Soldiers who forgive Chin Peng. Let us be the Malays amongst all Malays who forgive Chin Peng. Let us be the Muslims amongst all Muslims who forgive communists. Let us be the people amongst all the people who welcome home Citizen Chin Peng.

  4. Who could have in their wildest imagination thought that the impetus (even though small at this moment) could have come from an abang from Adelaide?

    Golden Boy