Saturday, May 22, 2010

Save Us!

If any of you read the local papers you’ll probably knew about this issue, they are building a coalfired power plant at Sandakan, Sabah. The reason to build as stated in this link is to supplied energy or fuel source that will produce electricity. Hmm… no wonder these few months there’s been a lot of insufficient electric supplies at KK.

This is the proposed site for the coal plant.


Beautiful view right? Yes… I am proud to be Sabahan to live on a land where nature is at its best.

So can you imagine that view tainted by this:


Yes… this google coal plant and you’ll find this hideous picture.

The thing is the Malaysian government actually thinks it is a good thing to destroy nature to provide our needs for electricity since you know, we are progressing rapidly lately with all the malls, condominiums, flyovers, hotels etc…

To feed our so called necessity we have to sacrifice nature that is one of our greatest pride as Sabahan. Our beautiful nature destroy.

If you disagree with this, then WE gotta do something.

Please sign this petition to create awareness of this issue. I’ve signed it okay number 1557.

And not only signing the petition WE can send our own postcard to Our Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak.

                   Here’s a link for a guide and idea about the postcards.                                    POSCARD PROJECT: SABAH SAYS NO TO COAL. If you’re bad at creating postcards then just write… yes… handwritten letter to Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak.

To the nature haters (if there is one and if there really is one then SHAME ON YOU!) the coal plant is also bad for our health. Yes, we die faster lar, okay lets say, you can live until 60 something (or more) but because of the inhaling too much polluted air you die tomorrow, okay kidding… maybe on your 40s….

I know I’m not a Doctor so read --->this!<---- 

Go and tell everyone about this! NOW!!!


Cath J said...

I signed it too (No.874)... I cant believe they doing this to us....

SuicideCandy said...

yup, me too. =) They suppose to protect a world heritage not destroy them.