The Story of a Patriot

Not too long ago I got in touch with a former colleague who had migrated to Australia with his family more than 10 years ago. We exchanged life stories and everyone was doing fine. We share similarities- both our families were growing up and careers flourishing. The only difference that I was discontented socially and politically while my friend had adjusted himself in his new found country.

To leave or not to leave?

There are few who had that option to leave and wash their hands clean but did not. I found out that Wee Choo Keong was abroad working in England before the mid-80's when he was supposed to migrate to England for good. During his holidays back here somewhere in 1986, a land related incident cropped up in Kelantan and he stood and fought for a group of bullied people there... and succeeded in that case. The rest is history, as he stayed put in Malaysia till today.

He brushes this story off ('..don't have to write so much la..') but the people of Wangsa Maju ought to know whom they are voting for. We are at crossroads- whereby the power to change country and community is at reach. We must seize this chance. We may not be able to change this country a 100% but we'll leave a legacy that will be picked up by the next generation. Only one day left before the polls, go spread the word.


  1. Well Folks,

    Tomorrow is election day and it is up to us to send Wee Choo Keong to Parliament.

    God willing, real change will come to our Malaysia

    Please come out in full force and VOTE FOR CHANGE.

  2. We'll definitely have to send WCK to the Parliment. This country needs him.

    When I said in earlier blogs '...let's fix Wangsa Maju first, then we fix this country..' if looks like this country needs fixing now.