July 28, 2012 7 Comments
If the Olympic Council Committee of Great Britain can make a decision on who should light up the Olympic flame the decision on Wong Judat is not to difficult a choice to make. We have already made our stand in our earlier posting”SPDP Wong Judat Hedging Choice over” which is reposted below.
There are at least 36 decision makers in the SPDP Supreme council and their decision will have an effect on the Barisan National Team which will make its presence felt in the 31 constituencies in the General elections. The grassroots of 1BN which is now being used as the war cry by PM Najib are getting angrier with all the “indecisiveness and selfishness ‘ of some of the socalled YBs who won on BN tickets who are making life difficult for BN in totality. The GE13 is upon us and we need to be united as one and if we can only put our differences aside and fight as a unified and solidified TEAM BN dont rule out the MANY SHOCKS of losses in the BN camp when the votes are counted.
It seems that Wong Judat,Lajim Okim and Wilfred Bamburing amongst others of late are testing the patience of the grassroots and the BN leaders. There will be a time when the iron fists will clamp down on them and it is not a loss to BN or a gain to Pakatan. The grassroots will be more than happy to see the lasts of them and their so called hedging adventures and say”good riddance to them’
One losts means there will be 1 more new face.
This article which appeared in todays Borneo Posts extracted and reposted below does make a mockery of the whole situation. The party have losts 5 assemblyman and up comes another who feels that he is bigger than the party and throws his weight to make himself all the more important and of course hedge his own reputation so that his bidding price will not be lowered.
A Vice President of the party said to audie61,”yeah, its about the numbers in the party in terms of assemblyman but with 5 gone 1 more to follow it does create a vacuum TEMPORARILY but 6 new faces will emerge and they will take the opportunity to be chosen or picked. The BNSarawak SG has already mentioned that clearly the person can go but the seat is with the party and Larry Sngs case has all the more shown a clear example.”
The days ahead will be not be any easier for SPDP but with friends in BN who will guide the party through the stormy waters the party will be able to solidify and come up stronger. Its up to the new faces and the youth to carry the torch further and light up a new beginning for SPDP and BN in totality. The Olympics showed the world what it needs a Youthful TEAM to who will in turn spur a whole new generation of LEADERS.
audie61 previous article:-
On May 1st this appeared in Borneo Post which we quote” “How can I quit BN and SPDP? I am a strongman of SPDP. I am a strong BN supporter. I brought the seat of Meluan to SPDP and therefore to BN.”
Today Wong Judat has more than ruffled up a few feathers and his Hedging with SWP,SPDP.PRS and also to boosts his personal value is very much coming to an end. He has indeed put the party SPDP in the back burner and wants to project himself as a champion of the truth.
His personal ego and battle against Joseph Salang Vice President of PRS is due mainly to the “stalled RM3 million Nanga Entabai-Rantau Limau road project.” Salang had explained on the reasons for the divertion of funds but Judat just cannot accept the fact that the funds were stolen right under his noses.
We received from an informed source that Salang is only too happy to await for Wong Judat to challenge him as the incumbent for Julau. The source says “let him come as our personal differences or his vendetta is making him Wong losing sleep. I am ready for whatever eventualities says Salang“
Wong Judats outpouring of emotions and going for broke only if Salang is chosen as candidate for GE13 has put a dampener on his hedging stances. It does appear that noises from within SWP in that the President is not too happy with Wong Judats “fast and furious ways and also over enthusiastic TEMPER. The Party SWP is going for 6 seats and if Salang is not chosen Wong Judat will not stand.
WHERE DOES THIS PUT SWP SURELY IN A DILEMMA? It will indeed throw a spanner in the works of SWP and it will benefit PRS is the voice from within.
Wong Judat needs to make his own choices very soon. He either forgos his Vice Presidents posts in SPDP (failing which it will fall to the hands of the disciplinary committee) or he resigns gentlemanly in which SPDP will have one less ADUN and left with 1 ADUN and 3 MPs.
His HEDGING DAYS are nearing the end but its also up to him to make a choice as the party SPDP will not want to get into loggerheads with PRS.
The BN component parties needs to stay united and in solidarity as it faces its toughest yet General Elections which will be called by the PM very soon.
Borneo Posts Article which appeared today 28th July 2012.
: Is Meluan assemblyman Wong Judat having second thoughts?
Following the hoo-hah over his announcement on July 21 that he would quit SPDP on July 31, Wong came out yesterday to say that news reports about his quit decision are “inaccurate”.
“As far as I am concerned, news reports on my decision to quit SPDP at the end of this month are inaccurate. I have yet to make an official announcement on the matter.
“It is common knowledge that such an important decision can only be confirmed in black and white or through an official letter,” he said when met by The Borneo Post yesterday.
Unlike his firm stand last Saturday, Wong played sly yesterday when he declined to rule out the possibility of him resigning from SPDP by reiterating “only an official letter can confirm this”.
After a `Pentas Rakyat’ gathering organised by Sarawak Workers Party (SWP) in Kanowit on July 21, Wong told reporters that he would quit SPDP, in which he is one of its vice president, to enable him to contest in Julau in the coming general election.
He had said then that he would be meeting party president Tan Sri William Mawan Ikom and deputy president Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing in Kuala Lumpur on July 30 to explain his move, and then quit the following day.
But yesterday, Wong said until such time that he made his decision official he hoped political leaders from both sides of the political divide would not rush to make comments about his move.
“Nothing real has happened yet, so there is no basis or issue for anyone to comment on,” he remarked when asked to comment on statements issued by various quarters the last few days.
He described those who had opened their mouth as being “over anxious” and lacked patience when being confronted by such an unusual situation.
He singled out comments by PBB Bintulu Youth vice chairman Pandi Suhaili and State Legislative Assembly Deputy Speaker Datuk Roland Sagah in particular.
The three-term Meluan assemblyman said it was unfair for Pandi to request him to vacate Meluan when he (Wong) had not made his decision official.
He said Pandi had pre-empted his decision, adding he (Pandi) might as well call on the five elected representatives who were sacked from SPDP more than six months ago to vacate their seats as well.
The elected representatives shown the door by SPDP for gross insubordination were Datuk Peter Nansian Ngusie (Tasik Biru), Datuk Sylvester Entri (Marudi), Paulus Gumbang (Batu Danau), Rosey Yunus (Bekenu) and Datuk Dr Tiki Lafe (Mas Gading).
Wong said Sagah was being over anxious when he said he (Wong) would be seated with members of the opposition should he resign from the Barisan Nasional (BN), of which SPDP is a coalition partner.
“If Sagah feels he is making the right decision on my anticipated case, he should accord the five sacked SPDP assemblymen similar treatment by asking them to sit with the opposition members as well.”
Wong said like the sacked five, he could also form a BN Club to enable him to remain in BN should he decide to go through with his quit decision.