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Toll protest


There will be a gathering this Sunday January 7, at 4 pm, in front of the Sunway Pyramid shopping complex, near the Litrak office, hold by the Anti-Toll Coalition to launch a rakyat’s protest against the January 1 toll increase. Read the Screenshots report here for more details, such as why the hike was uncalled for etc.

So guys, give them a support if you are around the area or if you can make time to be there 🙂  Meanwhile, you also can do your bit, just go and sign the petition at the address below. Need your support!http://www.petitiononline.com/notolle/petition.html

I’m using LDP everyday to work. RM0.60 increase from RM1.00 to RM1.60, that’s RM1.20 for two ways per day, RM24.40 per month, assuming I use the highway 20 days per month.  A year = RM24.40 x 12 =  RM 292.80!! Fark, my salary increment per year also not that much. Most of us really dont get salary increase that much in a year. Memang sangat men-cheebuy-kan this situation. It’s a daylight robbery, farker!

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6 Responses to “Toll protest”

  1. cibol wrote on Jan 5, 2007 at 2:45 pm

    ermm .. that’s bad .. eventhough i dun pay tolls .. but that’s bad .. sokong sokong

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  2. bongkersz wrote on Jan 5, 2007 at 6:05 pm

    dude, actually you are paying dude.. see, when government compensate the money to the highway companies, whose money is that? tax payers mar.. your money.. your dad money.. and yet you are not using the highways in klang valley 😀 correct? like for now supposed the LDP toll rate is rm2.10 but we road user only pay rm1.60, the extra rm0.50 government subsidies = the rest of malaysians pay la.. be it in sabah or perlis.. so you lagi patut sokong.. sebab you buta-buta pay but not using hehehehe!

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  3. fung wrote on Jan 12, 2007 at 1:09 am

    the most efficient way is, show your protest in election.

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  4. bongkersz wrote on Jan 13, 2007 at 12:13 am

    I definitely will show my protest in election 🙂 just i doubt the credibility of the election itself, seeing the way how the seats are structured in such as way, total votes means nothing. even you get 60% of the total votes, not necessary you will get 60% of the seats. shouldn’t it be that way? a fair election?

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  5. sonnetprix wrote on Jan 15, 2007 at 7:05 pm

    duh…jalan kaki la..;p..back to zaman batu..

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  6. zewt wrote on Jan 25, 2007 at 1:50 am

    though i dont suffer from having to use the toll… this freaking daylight robbery must stop !

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