BN KALAH PRU 13? CYBER WARRIORS NEEDED..

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BN kalah PRU 13? By Mohd Ariff Sabri Aziz Free Malaysia Today

 Malaysia, it appears is finally gripped with ‘a loosening of controls and inhibitions.’ And this is not good for Umno which chooses to remain archaic, clinging on to the old ways. Umno it seems thrives very well in a culture of subservience, inhibitions and in a controlled environment. In an undefined setting, Umno is lost. The seizure of power in Perak for example is generally viewed as having been made possible by the involvement of the Perak Sultan. Despite the court’s ruling, the people’s court regards Zambry Abd Kadir as a political usurper. He is an illegitimate and illegal MB. It follows then, that whatever policies that Zambry formulated from the time he assumed power are illegal. The monies appropriated and set aside from the consolidated fund and applied for a variety of purposes were also illegal. Just recently, the appointment of the Selangor state secretary was also seen as being made possible by the intervention and involvement of the Selangor Sultan. The two events resulted in a loosening of people’s inhibitions. People are becoming emboldened to question the proper role of the constitutional monarchy. Let us be clear as to what is happening here. No vote for Umno, BN People are pointing to the fact that ours is a constitutional monarchy. It’s not a call for the overthrow of the institution or a call for rebellion. It is suggestive of a larger desire by an increasing number of the population, to see that the proper rule of law and the sovereignty of the rule of law need to and should be observed. The majority of Malays who did not vote for Umno are now centered mostly in cities and towns. They are more mobile in their thinking and are less inhibitory in speech and actions. The younger generation of Malays in towns and cities hardly read newspapers. The younger generation surfs the internet and those who are about to enter voting age are openly critical. These are the people who will never vote for Umno and the Barisan Nasional. Writing on the Industrial Revolution of the 1860s, Arnold Toynbee in his lectures on the Industrial Revolution observed: “The success of Britain in pioneering industrial change and ushering in a new world history was not the result of mere mechanical inventiveness. The essential ingredient was a political culture which was receptive to change and improvement. Old working practices had to be abandoned, old rights had to be torn up, and the whole social and economic fabric of a country had to be loosened up if innovations were to take effect.” Umno doesn’t seem to have what it takes to manage the loosening of the social and cultural milieu. Nor does it seem to have the presence of mind, the verve so to speak, to manage the change. Since it doesn’t understand and lacked the tools to manage the new social milieu, it can lose in the next GE

 

Capture cyberspace to get back young electors’

Samuel Aubrey Borneo Posts

KUCHING: Barisan Nasional (BN) component parties must conquer cyberspace if they were to win back the support of the urban and young voters, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said yesterday.

 
STRONG SUPPORT: A cross section of the 6,000 people attending the SUPP Convention.

He said the BN components should by now realise that they were at present dealing with a different society because more and more Malaysians were now getting active in the cyberspace and shaped their opinions based on what they read in the blogs.

According to him, present records show that Malaysians have the highest number of people in Facebook, and they are among one of the highest users of Twitter in the world.

Malaysians’ active participation in cyberspace was also helped by the 100 per cent mobile phone penetration in the country, he pointed out.

“So, you’re dealing with a different society.

“Yes, we lost the cyber space war in the last election (in 2008), but we can’t lose it again. The question is, what are we doing about it?

“I’m doing my part. I have my own Facebook. I have more than half a million of friends and I hope to reach one million in the near future. When I launched ‘tanyanajib’ Twitter, it became the fifth most active Twitter in the world within a short period of time.

“It means that we can engage the young people … I believe the young people are not rejecting us, the young people are not anti-establishment.

“The young people want us to engage them and understand what they want us to do for them as the young people of this country,” he said at the opening of the Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) Convention here.

Najib, who is national BN chairman, said he supported any move by SUPP to form cyber units to win the support of the people, especially the more sophisticated urban community.

He pointed out that the urban people were not after politics of development, adding they were most interested in politics of quality of life as well as good governance and fair distribution of opportunities. He said he had witnessed for himself in Sibu parliamentary by-election last year that the announcement of allocations and projects alone could not win the support from the urban people.

“In the urban areas where SUPP is the party we rely on to get support from the urban community, there is a more complex society that is not relying on politics of development nor relying on politics of approving government allocation.

“As I witnessed myself in the Sibu parliamentary by-election in May last year, the announcement of a few million ringgit for Chinese schools during the by-election did not guarantee support from the Chinese community.

“Why? Because the mindset has changed. Therefore, you (BN parties) have to understand now what is it that the people want.

“It’s not what you think they want, but it’s what the people really want.

“Because what you want may not be what the people really want,” he said. Earlier, SUPP president Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Dr George Chan, who is a deputy chief minister, said the party was very eager to join in the cyber challenge.

“I hope all the component parties will enter the fray together. It used to be a gimmick. Now, it is the ‘in’ thing,” he said.

He said the BN would face new challenges from the young and middle-aged voters in the urban areas who not only wanted development and economic opportunities, but also fair play, transparency, efficiency and good governance.

“They will express their desires and unhappiness through the electronic media. Cyberspace will be the battle ground for future government. BN has lost the first battle in cyberspace in 2006, we must not and should not lose the second,” he said.

Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud, Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Alfed Jabu and leaders of other BN components were also present at the opening of SUPP Convention were.

More than 6,000 delegates from SUPP branches across the state attended the one-day convention which was held at Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK).

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15 thoughts on “BN KALAH PRU 13? CYBER WARRIORS NEEDED..

  1. 22 bus loads of yellow shirts folks from up country were transported into SUPP head quarters on Sunday to show Taib Mahmud SUPP has the numbers. Who is the Useless party trying to fool? Is SUPP changing itself with times and meaning they are now more vocal? Lets hear their leaders tell Raziah’s contractors to clean up the mess in the city caused by the ongoing constructions or rather drilling of big holes all over the roads in Bandar Kuching. What kind of quality road surface are we getting from BN. Every stretch of roads we travel in the city and housing estates are undulating and haphazardly patched up. What is the Useless party going to tell Taib Mahmud?

    • Fren Subramaniam they do have outstation YBs and constituencies. Bit harsh if they are not allowed to bring their own supporters from outstation.This is just an observation.

    • SK Subramaniam …… Same with MIC trainfull of “gagak” transported to PWTC from rubber estates to show to DS Najib that MIC has numbers! Please don’t down grade our fellow up country folks! We are as good as other Sarawakians in this beloved country. Don’t blame us for being a SUPP members and supporters!

  2. Seems SUPP is in for more troubles as what has been written by the above comments. Must be the HSL and Radziahs work which will kill SUPP in Kuching and also their chances

  3. SUPP and BN will all go down the same path.They will be beaten by dayak power. 1987 they failed but this time round they are more prepared. First sorry SUPP you are no way near a change party or reformed. U are still with Taib Mahmud.

    • “….They will be beaten by dayak power. … sarawakiana”

      sarawakiana, how strong is dayak power? look at the dayaks now…… even if we are majority in number, we dayaks are divided into 8 politically!

      DAYAKS are SNAP, DAYAKS are KPR,DAYAS are DAP, DAYAKS are PCM, DAYAKS are PBB, DAYAKS are SPDP, DAYAKS are PRS & DAYAKS are SUPP.

      Worst still IBAN (90.99%) majority area like PELAGUS is now dominated by a CHINESE!, so was ENGKELILI (99.99% IBANS), a CHINESE from Song (not even local or highly educated) had been ADUN for 5 terms there? So was JULAU Parliament (99.00% IBANS) at one time held by Sng Chee Hua (also not local & drifted from Kapit) Is this makes DAYAK strong? In the case of Pelagus, no IBANS can displace the SNGs.

      Even prominent Iban like Datuk Alex Linggi was KOed flat by Sng Chee Hua in the previous election!

      So now Larry is power. I bet, even if Larry is going to stand as INDEPENDENT candidate in the next dun election, he will win the seat definitely & surely.

      I FOR ONE CALL THIS IS A REAL POWER OF ‘TAN SRI ZETI’, ‘CHAP APEK’, STOUT AND BEER!

      Larry don’t have bring development into this area, just chap apek and the likes will do….. and make Ibans PALAU whole day long! HAVE CHAP APEK WILL WIN!

  4. I told you so Gorgie ! Change does not mean getting your party to engage in stupid negotiation with your Pek Moh in-law and conveying the people’s demand to have their land premium returned and their section 47 land rescinded. How come your Pek Moh in-law cannot write off the Sungei Asap Resettlement debts and need another thief from Putrajaya to solve the long protracted problem ? By the way how did the residents of Belaga ended up owing the government when it was the BN government that stole their lands and displaced them?

    Let me convey what Sarawakians understood as Change and Needed to be Changed. It means getting rid of your Pek Moh in-law and returned control of state assets to the people to benefit them directly. If that is not your meaning of Change..then you can kiss all your SUPP seats goodbye.

    • “..Let me convey what Sarawakians understood as Change and Needed to be Changed…… Irene Kana”

      If you want things change, change this first…….. (read my comment & reply to sarawakiana)

      .“….They will be beaten by dayak power. … sarawakiana”

      sarawakiana, how strong is dayak power? look at the dayaks now…… even if we are majority in number, we dayaks are divided into 8 politically!

      DAYAKS are SNAP,
      DAYAKS are KPR,
      DAYAKS are DAP,
      DAYAKS are PCM,
      DAYAKS are PBB,
      DAYAKS are SPDP,
      DAYAKS are PRS &
      DAYAKS are SUPP.

      Worst still IBAN (90.99%) majority area like PELAGUS is now dominated by a CHINESE!, so was ENGKELILI (99.99% IBANS), a CHINESE from Song (not even local or highly educated) had been ADUN for 5 terms there? So was JULAU Parliament (99.00% IBANS) at one time held by Sng Chee Hua (also not local & drifted from Kapit) Is this makes DAYAK strong? In the case of Pelagus, no IBANS can displace the SNGs.

      Even prominent Iban like Datuk Alex Linggi was KOed flat by Sng Chee Hua in the previous election!

      So now Larry is power. I bet, even if Larry is going to stand as INDEPENDENT candidate in the next dun election, he will win the seat definitely & surely.

      I FOR ONE CALL THIS IS A REAL POWER OF ‘TAN SRI ZETI’, ‘CHAP APEK’, STOUT AND BEER!

      Larry don’t have bring development into this area, just chap apek and the likes will do….. and make Ibans PALAU whole day long! HAVE CHAP APEK WILL WIN!

      Even if Georgie is “..engage in stupid negotiation with your Pek Moh in-law and conveying the people’s demand to have their land premium returned and their section 47 land rescinded. …” as you say, BUT at least, it works! Georgie did NEGOTIATE with Pek Moh-inlaw how to works things out! What about our DAYAK leaders….. can they sit down among themselves and negotiate to UNITE the DAYAKS under one roof?

  5. Ho ;lol: Ho :lol: Ho :lol:
    :roll: DAY after DAYS, Year after YEARS every MURDER cases under this B-eNd will not n can never really be solve bcoz they the greedy goons only crazy for POWER n never really care for what all M’sians Citizens think n feel :!: http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/153766 :roll:
    PRICES OF OIL N MOST GOODS WILL INCREASE AGAIN EARLY THIS YEAR UNDER B-END!!! BEWARE :!:
    Ho :lol: Ho :lol: Ho :lol:

  6. People from the many markets in town already laughing at supp..and they are voters! Aren’t those the people, that you supp should convince instead of putting on a show for the benefit of PM to suggest pek mo still as strong as ever?

    u think najib so stupid meh?

    how many out of the 5,000+ at bcck are actually supp supporters?

    c;mon lah you monkeys, lets see what will happen to many of you soon!

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