This Facebook Page is created by caring citizen of Sarawak, Malaysia as a response to Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Taib Mahmud statement on Utusan Borneo (Aug 25, 2010). The state daily closely linked to Taib said:
“Taib had wanted to step down in 2006, but the people ‘rakyat’ of Sarawak want him to stay, so he had no choice but to stay.
Perhaps that is Taib’s perceptions, which obviously not reflecting the growing sentiment of all Sarawakians including those in his own party PBB – that he must go.
Taib Must Go is a grassroots organization for CHANGE in Sarawak – the voice of ordinary Sarawakians. It has no affiliation to any political parties Malaysia.
To all Fans,we are planning to sell some Merchandise for this Facebook Page.It would be in the form of T Shirt for starting and maybe we would consider Caps,Key Chain or even Car Sticker in the near future as it is all in our planning.Please refer to our Photo and we need your Feedback or Suggestion.Do you guys have the guts to wear it openly in public to show your “Undivided Support” for Taib to step down?
Taib Must Go – Black&White T-Shirt “SARAWAKIAN! STAND UP AND BE COUNTED TMG CAMPAIGN”
To those who interested to buy it,please email to us your size,quantity and mailing adress to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will let you know when it is available.Above picture is just a sample.We welcome all Feedback or Suggestion.Please send it to email@example.com
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