June 19, 2013 2 Comments
More than 50 houses have been razed in this afternoons Fire in Sibu, Sarawak. See Pictures below
“Unleash the Potential of Youth”
May 6, 2013 22 Comments
May 1, 2013 8 Comments
Over the past few days our twitterers in the Operation “bunker”rooms have been engaging the opposition in ferocious cyberwarfare. Our bloggers and FB have also been very active. Our blogger also ”WE CHALLENGE THE RED BEAN ARMY”
We started off giving ground feeds like;-
We also engage others in -
ALL OUR ALLIED FRIENDLY CYBERTEAMS ARE ALSO WAITING FOR THEM STARTING TONIGHT AT 8PM.
April 28, 2013 6 Comments
PM Najib already said this,”if you are not supporting my candidate you are not supporting me!!” Crystal Clear and ADUN Tasik Biru Peter Nansian is still playing a political game as DAP is making inroads into MAS GADING Area. The latest ground feed has Nogeh at 30% DAP at 28% Tiki at 25% STAR at 17%.
Peter Nansian brushes aside loyalties to “one for all all for one and seen campaigning with BN Candidate Nogeh. Can this happen?
A former SPDP political secretary aligned to Peter Nansian met the audie61 yesterday during the visit of PM to CHMS and said,”we are watching,monitoring and looking at your blogs daily.
Local SPDP Tasik Biru members when interviewed by audie61 on the ground said,”if we win and Nansian wants to come back he can forget it.
The other writeups on this can be seen here
April 25, 2013 5 Comments
Nansian said,’he was willing to campaign in other areas,including Bintulu,Sartatok and Baram,because he supported the BN”
THis we can’t answer and its up to BN hierarchy and LEADERSHIP to put a stop to this pettiness to ensure BN retains this Parliamentary seat.
April 24, 2013 4 Comments
It’s cleverly worded said a political source but it will still anger many SPDP members who are already campaigning on the ground and our earlier posting.: ”I am a Barisan man and a team player“ should have sent a clear message.
However, todays PC shows Nansian have chosen his words which was no different from the words uttered on October 12th 2011″Our action tells everything, because when you touched one of us, you touched all of us as a group,”
CM’s message which was published in todays English daily headlines,”CM: Nansian’s cabinet post temporary and can be read here http://www.theborneopost.com/2013/04/24/cm-nansians-cabinet-post-temporary/ indicates that the equation has changed since 2011.
Anthony Nogeh seems upbeat when he was met by some senior BN leaders at PBB Hqs.and said,”CM’s statement have assisted to dispel all doubts on Nansian and its a clear message to him to cut the rope or he himself will be in further trouble.
Our source in Bau says ,”It will be the “KISS OF DEATH” if CM’s words are not heeded. The political implications will be greater than he can imagine.
Nogeh and his team for now will concentrate on retaining the seat for BN.
April 22, 2013 4 Comments
The words uttered by Assitant Minister and former Senior Vice President of SPDP should be commended on 14th April 2013″I am a Barisan man and I am a team player “
We received an sms from MP192 BN candidate Anthony Nogeh spokesman” YB peter Nansian ada berucap di gereja Kpg Apar pagi tadi nyuruh org kpg ngundi calon yg udah molah kerja dgn rakyat bukan calon yg kita sik kenal,la statement Nansian, maksud nya undi TIKI.
If BN loses this seat Tiki and the Geng must be blamed. He is spliting BN votes and the actions are not helping BN retain the seat.
Below an extracted article from an internet portal
Incumbent MP for Mas Gading Tiki Lafe may pay the price for contesting as an Independent against Anthony Nogeh from Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) in the coming general election.
His chairmanship of the National Service Training Board (NSTB) is at stake as SPDP supporters and even the opposition candidate from State Reform Party (Star) Patrick Anek Uren demand he be sacked.
Tiki (right) who has represented Mas Gading for three terms was sacked from SPDP, which is part of the BN coalition, in Nov 2011 following a leadership tussle.
Since then he and four other elected representatives also sacked from SPDP, formed what is known as ‘Kelab BN Sarawak’.
Paul Igai, SPDP deputy secretary general, said that Tiki should know what to do as he is no longer part of the party.
“He should step down if he is a principled man. Other than that we have nothing more to say,” said Igai.
Tasik Biru PBB chairperson John Nyigor also said that Tiki should step down or face being forced to resign.
“The possibility is there as people are going after him,” he said.
Uren is also asking why Tiki is still the chairperson of the National Service Training Board when he is an Independent candidate for Mas Gading where BN already has a candidate.
“The voters in Mas Gading deserve answers,” he added.
However Tiki said that he had done nothing that required him to resign from the chairpersonship of the National Service Training Board.
“However, I leave it to the prime minister,” he said.
BN chief Najib Abdul Razak has warned that anyone from the party contesting against BN candidates would be sacked from the party but that’s a separate issue from losing their posts
April 19, 2013 10 Comments
This is extracted from an internet portal at 12.58am
Alyaa Alhadjri, Michelle Chun and Dorothy Cheng
As a consequence, the DAP at an emergency meeting last night had decided it will contest under the PAS logo in the peninsula and the PKR logo in East Malaysia unless the Registrar of Societies (ROS) revokes its April 17 letter which de-recognised the party’s office-bearers by 3pm today.
DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng told an emotionally charged press conference after the central executive committee (CEC) meeting held at its headquarters that the ROS issuance of the letter is a politically motivated move intended at “sabotaging” DAP’s chance in the upcoming polls.
“By not recognising the CEC office-bearers elected on Dec 15 (2012), I have no power to issue authorisation letters to DAP candidates to use the rocket symbol, in my official capacity as secretary-general.
“There is no point in relying on assurances given by the Election Commission (EC) that DAP can still use our rocket symbol when it possesses a sad record of broken promises,” said an incensed Lim.
“We will not surrender … It is a battle of survival. How do we explain to the voters why we need to contest using another party’s logo?” said Lim who at one point was holding back tears.
Also present were DAP chairman Karpal Singh and party supremo Lim Kit Siang who both admitted to being deeply affected by the decision to not contest under the rocket symbol as they had done in past elections.
“It is a sad and traumatic (feeling) but we are being forced into this situation.
“The rocket is deeply entrenched in DAP’s psyche,” said Karpal.
Kit Siang also admitted to shedding tears over the possibility that the party may not be able to contest under its own banner for the first time in its 48-year history. He also described the decision as a “high-risk” move which the party is willing to take.
The ROS has informed the DAP that the official inquiry into complaints over its CEC, which was to be heard today, had been postponed to May 9.
This, in effect, leaves the DAP leadership issue in limbo until then.
Karpal had on Wednesday said the party’s election returning officer Pooi Weng Keong and election strategist Ong Kian Meng were to attend a hearing by ROS on the alleged irregularities yesterday.
ROS stated in its letter it could de-register DAP as a political party following official complaints that non-CEC members had attended a CEC meeting, and that 753 delegates had either not received their ballot papers at least 10 days in advance, or at all.
Lim said there should be no issue of de-registration, judgment or action before the ongoing probe and official inquiry are completed.
DAP’s Pakatan Rakyat partners immediately offered to assist the party.
“On behalf of PAS, I am ready to sign any letter needed by a DAP candidate,” said PAS secretary-general Mustafa Ali.
PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution echoed the support, saying PKR’s top leadership had no issue in helping DAP.
“PAS and PKR are our loyal partners and we really thank them for standing by us and helping us out in this time of crisis,” said Lim, adding if DAP candidates do not receive authorisation from another party to use its symbol, they would have to contest as independents, which the DAP will not accept.
On a news report yesterday that Election Commission (EC) chairman Tan Sri Abdul Aziz had given the green light for DAP to contest under its own symbol, Kit Siang said it needs to be in black and white for the party to consider such a move.
“We will not take the risk of banking our entire election campaign on verbal promises by the EC, especially when we received the faxed letter less than 48 hours before nomination day.
“However, behind every crisis, there is an opportunity. We hope the people can see that dirty underhand tactics are being used.”
Meanwhile, CEC member Gobind Singh Deo pointed out that the CEC referred to by the ROS was appointed on Dec 15 last year, whereas a new CEC had, in fact, been appointed on Jan 4 this year after the party was contacted by the ROS.
“DAP has all this while been in communication with the ROS over the complaints raised, so the letter comes as a surprise.
ROS director-general Datuk Abdul Rahman Othma in a statement issued late Thursday evening said however that the party has not been de-registered and can still use its symbol for the general election.
April 17, 2013 11 Comments
SPDP Party President William Mawan will take on Ali Biju of PKR who won the Krian seat in the last state elections defeating Peter Nyarok who was then Depurty president and Assistant minister in a 4 cornered fight with a majority of 2090 votes.
William Mawan himself an ADUN N41 Pakan and a Senior Minister will take on Ali Biju ADUN N34 Krian and will be hoping to stop Ali in his tracks. The whole SPDP machinery will be on the ground to ensure a resounding win for the President and for BN whereby anything less than that will have long Political repercussions.
We wrote earlier http://audie61.wordpress.com/2011/08/17/pkr-v-spdp-saratokthe-battle-rages-on/ . The facts and figures shows that SPDP will still have the upper hand and Ali Biju will need to lasts the full heavyweight battle to end SPDP’s grip on this Parliamentary seat.