Pakatan”BN SARAWAK SPDP,”Overheating..!!”

 

Our insider source says to Natasha of audie61,”SPDP is rattled as the upcoming TDC might see some changes.Whats more with Muhyddin saying that component parties needs to reform. This seems to be the PERFECT TIMING for SPDP to initiate changes within. The party is already tainted with their involvement of Party Treasurer crossing swords with MCA President Ong Tee Kiat.”

The source went further,” Will the legislators (YBs and MPs) just watch from the sidelines? Wont they just disassociate themselves from controversies? Even the Singapore  Miss World contestant was forced to withdraw from the pagaent to avoid shaming the whole organisation.

 The heat of the PKFZ scandal will be detrimental for the party itself and it remains to be seen whether the “..HIDDEN HANDS/BN WARLORDS..” will put their thumbs down and squeeze the RIPE PIMPLE( SPDP might be clogged or infected by Bad publicity) out to save the SMOOTH and CLEAN FACE of SPDP. BN SARAWAK needs to be as far away from a PKFZ scandal as possible as it will OBVIOUSLYand SURELY be used as an ISSUE.

The swirl on the ground especially within the BN family in Sarawak is that with PKR gaining momentum it is and will be a SORE POINT and if allowed to affect the coalition it spells trouble. The timing is absolutely perfect and Mawan a close confidante of the Tresurer needs to find a MIDDLE GROUND fast.  The sources told Natasha that the State BN Chief Taib Mahamud is also watching closely at the developements of the PKFZ as the MP is from Sarawak. The President of SPDP Mawan has to make a CLEAR STAND as he too might be dragged into the whirlpool and also might just be SUCKED IN DEEPLY.

SUPP might be hogging the limelight with the Dudong issue but SPDP will not be able to escape the media as the political warfare between Tiong and Ong does not take a back seat.  ... Sri William Mawan anak Ikom

The Overheating within the BN/SPDP needs to be addressed and there is even words from the ground that Mawan might just be edged out bythe LIGHT  BLUE COLOURS OF PKR  in the next state elections eventhough he is assured of at least 90% of the postal votes.

No one can be a HERO now and a BN ticket previously is a SURE 99% WIN FOR  A SEAT IN THE COUNCIL NEGERI IN SARAWAK.” It has oveheated and now the chances are but at 70% in the rural areas but in the urban areas its at 50/50.

Just a reminder to BN State assemblyman we wrote on December 22nd 2008 ,” Now the internet will play a bigger role in the decimation of information to the rural areas. It seems that now PKR knows that the information technology will be used to inform the RURAL areas of the CHANGES happening in the world and ensure that the dayaks are no more ignorant of the FACTS.  The TEAM has now looked into this strategy as all PKR information will be downloaded and PHOTOSTATED and DISTRIBUTED into the rural areas. Now with the influx of PKR dayak members into the fold these Valuable information will be an added PLUS. The PKR senior member sounds upbeat after talking to Natasha of audie61. “ALL IS AT A TOUCH OF THE BUTTON AND THE KEYPAD NOW” 

We say as always,”The political  battles  will  be stepped up for N41 PAKAN (9034) William Mawan ak.Ikom (BN-SPDP). The opposition strategists are closely monitoring Mawan and he must  know how to clear himself from this umbilical cord and not subject himself to the SWIRLING WHIRLPOOL

Related:=https://audie61.wordpress.com/2009/07/30/oohooh-spdpprs-i-heard-a-rumour/

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BNs “Light at the End of the Tunnel..??”

 

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Complacency or has the Opposition opened up the Mind Sets of the TOP LEADERS IN BN. Have the warlords accepted that they have been hit by sledgehammers instead of just been nudged by the PEOPLES SIGNALS. ( We want a CHANGE) Time to fight back and garner back what is Ours. Is it so simple to win back the 2/3rds parliamentary majority or the 4 states under Pakatan administration now..??

BN knows how serious the groundswell is and Muhyddin as DPM is tasked to clear up the mess that is in the coalitions backyard. ( Is this a ” WAR CRY “before the next GE13? BN component parties to reform. These words reforms at party level s are too slow. Whats more he pushed the whole barrel of the gun right into the mouths of all the BN leaders and that is that component parties must take the initiative to solve internal problems and strenghten party unity. Hmmm is he implying that the root causes of problems in MCA,MIC,SUPP at the moment be removed quickly as the PEOPLE HAS HAD ENOUGH OF INFIGHTING.

Muhyddin needs to see things differenly as he is propagating a New colour scheme for the country and UMNO itself. He doesnt need to use,” Will power nor to go for Brain surgery and he needs only to think the “UNFAMILIAR” and that is DO NOT BE AFRAID TO REMOVE THE OBSTACLES  THAT HINDERS THE LIFE AND LONGEVITY OF THE BARISAN MOVEMENT.

52 years of governace and many opposition members in passing  say it is corrupt up to the core and the policies only benefit a select few. The government is trying to reinvent,reform and renergised itself with a NEW APPROACH IN GOVERNANCE but how many are willing to throw in the KITCHEN SINKwith them.

BN is trying to balalnce itself and they cannot be seen to be desperate and balance. They know that each chapter towards the GE13 will be a struggle to win the people back to their fold and they need to let things FLOW. The problems besetting the coaltion parties needs to be ironed out and within these 3 years all policies and wrong doings (plenty) needs to be TRANSFORMED.

 THE 308 Pakatan tsunami or we call it BNs DISASTROUS OUTING IS POTENTIALLY THE GREATEST BLESSING FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE DAY. IT CREATES A NEW PLATFORM FOR CRITICAL CHANGE in policy making and going back to the basic needs of the people.

Sarawak and Sabah governments have benefitted tremendously with more development funds secured. Of course the $$$$$$$ needs to be channelled to the rural ares as these are the BNs bastion .Urban areas in the last 5o years have seen so much development in terms of  infrastructure,telecommunications and economic livelihood.

 The rural areas needs to be in tandem and they need to be a balance and BN needs to learn their new lessons/syllabbus fast  as it has been a  rough and tumultuous 1 1/2 years eversince Pakatan  encroached in their territories be it in Parliament or the State legislative councils.

Anwar and his Pakatan legislators are all in one voice (so it seems) to dethrone the ruling government.Najib was the chief whip in BN during Abdullahs adminstration and now the call and the handle of the whip is in Muhyddins hands. He has to find a new direction and examine it clearly and to ensure that Najib is still the next PM after the next GE.

Muhyddin will have to set aside personal political aspirations of the PMS chair and set about being Courageous and not fearing the Opposition theatrics or in Malaysia we call it SANDIWARAS. The ruling coalition parties needs to  ” SHAPE UP OR BE SHIPPED OUT “. Who needs personal pursuits of heading a political party when the politcal parties goes to the elections are not only soundly beaten but TROUNCED..??

Pakatan does have their problems but political parties within both political divides needs to wake up to the realisation and reality of having capable leaders who needs to be involved in policy making for the state and country. 

The avenue for legislators to deliberate issues are of course the state assemblies and parliament . There is a campaign time for parties to put up their bests candidate to be elected but once its done and dusted its the PEOPLES WISHES that needs to be addressed.

Dont tell me that the PEOPLE/VOTERS  would simply tick and mark the X for a legislator if he does not fulfill his basic needs for the people of his constituency in the next elctions. One would say BN needs only the colour of Money to pull through and that even the BN candidate does not service his constituency. Can anyone tell me that BN legislators are not checked by Pakatan and vice versa NOW..? Its not that simple nowadays as Malaysia has developed tremendously and even the rural bastions of BN are under attack.

 The children of the BN sure votes  in the ballot boxes are now looking BEYOND  what their fathers and mums have been promised. The communications tools available opens up a whole world of choice and opportunities for the rural to be guided to move their fingers to mark the X.

 BN needs good policies to ensure that the development projects and livelihood of the voters in the rural bastion are not compromised. Its not so much  COMPLACENCY but the realisation that NOTHING SHOULD BE TAKEN FOR GRANTED.

The once well oiled BN machinery should be overhauled and the warlords influences in their respective parties be toned down. The term GODFATHER/TAI KO should be clearly understood and not Feared.

We learned,” IF  you dont like your job change it.If you dont like your wife change her. Sometimes its appropriate to change your job or your partner.But if you dont change too you are setting yourself up for more of the same.

Im sure BN knows that they need to change some coaltion partners or add in more to counter the ever growing threat from Anwar led Pakatan grouping. One word which has captivated me to write this article is an opposition sympathiser who said to me Light at the end of Tunnel for BN with reforms yet to be seen.

So the question is BN …GAME FOR A CHANGE or SHUT OUT THE GENUINE BN MOLDED SUPPORTERS..PAkatan has room for everyone and that is what Anwars preaches and he open his arms widely like a PINCERand so far he has been very accomodating. This will be tested to see whose light  reaches out at the end of the tunnel in the coming GENERAL ELECTIONS. The wheels of motion has already been unleashed and many woke up to a great sunshiny day after 308.

“Its a new battleground and an INCREASINGLY COMPLEX POLITICAL WAR ahead for many….Any lights..??

Tell Me Again,” Sarawak Opposition Parties”

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audie61 have received a lot of email concerning the “REALITY CHECK of Opposition penetration into the BN control system in Sarawak. Any areas of concern..? of course the Semi-urban areas where SUPP is busy fighting amongst themeselves which will benefit DAP. Sandiwara or BN SUPP reengineering/reinvent/replacing old leaders..???

” RURAL AREAS ARE STILL BN’s to lose….”. The reality is that says a prominent barrister ‘ Who will be the Candidate put up by the Opposition parties in the rural areas..?  Any one with “Clean White Hankerchief” or will it be someone who has seen the bests of his battles in previous elections.

He also went to say that BN faces its toughest yet as the infighting amongst the main component parties of BN in MCA( Ong vs Chua) MIC ( Sammy’s factor) SUPP ( Dudong controversy) might just spill over and benefit the Pakatan group if there is ” ANY.. IN SARAWAK ESPECIALLY AFTER SO MANY UNCERTAINTIES CROPPING UP..HMmmmm.

So he said tell them to look at the lists again and tell him that the Sarawak Opposition can sweep more than half of the seats and to form the next STATE Government. Are they bluffing or still hallucinating like audie61 posted in the last article  that the people have changed and are with them in THIS CHANGE..

BN looks vulnerable but when the reality BITES ,BN Sarawak will still come out on TOP. Tell me in 2012 or earlier and that BN has fallen in Sarawak he said loudly to us. ” Are they still DREAMING….?Look at the lists again and we reposts..  

  • N1 OPAR (7379) Ranum Ak.Mina (BN-SUPP)
  • N2 TASIK BIRU (14983) Peter Nansian (BN-SPDP)
  • N3 TANJONG DATU (7973) Adenan Satem (BN-PBB)
  • N4 PANTAI DAMAI (12073) Abdul Rahman bin Junaidi(BN-PBB)
  • N5 DEMAK LAUT (10080) Abang Draup Zamahari Rauf(BN-PBB)
  • N6 TUPONG (14787) Haji Daud Abdul Rahman (BN-PBB)
  • N7 SEMARIANG (13498) Sharifah Hasidah bte.Sayeed Aman (BN-PBB)
  • N8 SATOK (10835) Abang Johari bin Tun Abang Haji Openg (BN-PBB)
  • N9 PADUNGAN (24512) Dominique Ng Kim Ho ( PKR)
  • N10 PENDING (29503) Violet Yong (DAP)
  • N11 BATU LINTANG (24783) Voon Lee Shan (DAP)
  • N12 KOTA SENTOSA (18934) Chong Chien Jen (DAP)
  • N13 BATU KAWA ( 16237) Tan Joo Phoi ( BN-SUPP)
  • N14 ASAJAYA (12016) Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah (BN-PBB)
  • N15 MUARA TUANG (14303) Haji Mohammad Ali Mahmud (BN-PBB)
  • N16 BENGOH (20077) Dr Jerip Anak Susil ( BN-SUPP)
  • N17 TARAT (15171) Roland Sagah Wee Inn ( BN-SUPP)
  • N18 TEBEDU (11793) Michael Manyin Anak Jawong (BN-PBB)
  • N19 KEDUP (15994) Frederick Bayoi ak.Manggie (BN-PBB)
  • N20 SADONG JAYA (6917) Haji Wan Abdul Wahab bin Wan Sanusi (BN-PBB)
  • N21 SIMUNJAN (9846) Mohd Naroden Majais (BN-PBB)
  • N22 SEBUYAU (7549) Julaihi Narawi (BN-PBB)
  • N23 LINGGA (7545) Hajah Simoi Binti Hj Peri (BN-PBB)
  • N24 BETING MARO (7267) Haji Bolhassan Haji Di (BN-PBB)
  • N25 BALAI RINGIN (8244) Snowdon Lawan (BN-PRS)
  • N26 BUKIT BEGUNAN (7644) Mong anak Dagang (BN-PRS)
  • N27 SIMANGGANG (9849) Francis Harden anak Hollis (BN-SUPP)
  • N28 ENGKILILI (9477) Johnicol Rayong ak.Ngipa (Independent)
  • N29 BATANG AIR (7997) Dublin Unting anak Ingkot (BN-PRS)
  • N30 SARIBAS (7145) Dr Hj Wahbi bin Hj Junaidi (BN-PBB)
  • N31 LAYAR (7415) Alfred Jabu Anak Numpang (BN-PBB)
  • N32 BUKIT SABAN (6876) Robert Lawson Chuat ak Vincent Entering (BN-PBB)
  • N33 KALAKA (13379) Abdul Wahab bin Aziz (BN-PBB)
  • N34 KRIAN (10429) Peter Nyarok Anak Entrie (BN-SPDP)
  • N35 BELAWAI (8004) Hamden bin Ahmad (BN-PBB)
  • N36 SEMOP (9162) Mohamad Asfia Awang Nasar (BN-PBB)
  • N37 DARO ( 7411) Murni Suhaili (BN-PBB)
  • N38 JEMORENG (8545) Gani @ Abu Seman bin Jahwie (BN-PBB)
  • N39 REPOK (16750) David Teng Lung Chi ( BN-SUPP)
  • N40 MERADONG (14584) Ting Tze Hui (DAP)
  • N41 PAKAN (9034) William Mawan ak.Ikom (BN-SPDP)
  • N42 MELUAN (11169) Wong ak.Judat (BN-SPDP)
  • N43 NGEMAH (7849) Gabriel Adit ak.Demong (Independant)
  • N44 MACHAN (9966) Gramong Juna (BN-PBB)
  • N45 BUKIT ASSEK (26002) Wong Ho Leng (DAP)
  • N46 Dudong (21819) Dr Soon Choon Teck ( BN-SUPP)
  • N47 BAWANG ASSAN (16844) Wong Soon Koh ( BN-SUPP)
  • N48 PELAWAN (22559) Goh Chung Siong ( BN-SUPP)
  • N49 NANGKA (12973) Awang bemee bin Awang Ali Bassah (BN-PBB)
  • N50 DALAT (11423) Fatimah Abdullah @ Ting Sai Ming (BN-PBB)
  • N51 BALINGIAN (11326) Abdul Taib Mahmud (BN-PBB)
  • N52 TAMIN (10900) Joseph Mauh ak.Ikeh (BN-PRS)
  • N53 KAKUS (9417) John Sikie anak Tayai (BN-PRS)
  • N54 PELAGUS (13898) Larry Sng Wei Shien (BN-PRS)
  • N55 KATIBAS (8146) Ambrose Blikau (BN-PBB)
  • N56 Baleh (9731) Dr. James Jemut Masing (BN-PRS)
  • N57 BALAGA (6691) Liwan Lagang (BN-PRS)
  • N58 JEPAK (12049) Talip Zulpilip (BN-PBB)
  • N59 KIDURONG (23726) Chiew Chiu Sing (DAP)
  • N60 KEMENA (13338) Dr Rundi Stephan Utom (BN-PBB)
  • N61 BEKENU (10095) Rosey Haji Yunus (BN-SPDP)
  • N62 LAMBIR (11245) Aidan Wing (BN-PBB)
  • N63 PIASAU (17256) George Chan Hong Nam ( BN-SUPP)
  • N64 PUJUT (20098) Andy Chia Chu Fatt ( BN-SUPP)
  • N65 SENADIN (16925) Lee Khim Shin ( BN-SUPP)
  • N66 MARUDI (12425) Sylvester Entri Anak Muran (BN-SPDP)
  • N67 TELANG USAN (12793) Lihan Jok (BN-PBB)
  • N68 BUKIT KOTA (13328) Dr Abdul Rahman Bin Ismail (BN-PBB)
  • N69 BATU DANAU (6889) Palu @Paulus Palu Anak Gumbang (BN-SPDP)
  • N70 BA’KELALAN (6284) Balang Rining (BN-SPDP)
  • N71 BUKIT SARI (9373) Awang Tengah Ali Hassan (BN-PBB)

In 2006 Sarawak State Elections there was 54 Straight Fights,13 3-cornered,1 4-cornered,1 5-cornered and 2 YBS were returned unopposed.

” He reiterated ,” Have they earmarked their SEATS..?

Sarawak Opposition Parties “Look At the Lists”

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In the last few months let alone last few weeks a lot has been said about the Opposition parties or “Personalities” not seeing eye to eye.The “PAKATAN” concept in Sarawak will be a failure or it will be justs a mere ” ..HALLUCINATION..”

Correct me if I am wrong BUT its not so much the Pakatan parties of PKR,DAP and PAS but in Sarawak it seems that the EGOs of certain individual/individuals is a stumbling BLOCK says a Veteran Chinese politician to audie61 when we had lunch this afternnon.

In the Chinese newspapers its all news about SUPP having a “dirty war””hidden hands” interfering in the Dudong branch controversy. DAP Sarawak are rubbing their hands as if the 4d Jackpot of 20 million is theirs.   

PAS Sarawak are claiming around 25 over seats  too while DAP has claimed cheekily 27 seats and that leaves 19 seats for PKR. What about the local based opposition party SNAP..?? Hmmm this is interesting but we do not want to be attacked without any reason and its bests for the leaders to wake up and look closely at the lists below which we first posted November 30th 2008. Make up your minds or else no matter what you say BN WILL BE VICTORIOUS..

PERSONAL POLITICAL EGO NEEDS TO BE CHECKED OR THE TEAM BN or PAKATAN SUFFERS….The people will have the FINAL SAY..Too much infighting will see that the partys show is “THE END”

  • N1 OPAR (7379) Ranum Ak.Mina (BN-SUPP)
  • N2 TASIK BIRU (14983) Peter Nansian (BN-SPDP)
  • N3 TANJONG DATU (7973) Adenan Satem (BN-PBB)
  • N4 PANTAI DAMAI (12073) Abdul Rahman bin Junaidi(BN-PBB)
  • N5 DEMAK LAUT (10080) Abang Draup Zamahari Rauf(BN-PBB)
  • N6 TUPONG (14787) Haji Daud Abdul Rahman (BN-PBB)
  • N7 SEMARIANG (13498) Sharifah Hasidah bte.Sayeed Aman (BN-PBB)
  • N8 SATOK (10835) Abang Johari bin Tun Abang Haji Openg (BN-PBB)
  • N9 PADUNGAN (24512) Dominique Ng Kim Ho ( PKR)
  • N10 PENDING (29503) Violet Yong (DAP)
  • N11 BATU LINTANG (24783) Voon Lee Shan (DAP)
  • N12 KOTA SENTOSA (18934) Chong Chien Jen (DAP)
  • N13 BATU KAWA ( 16237) Tan Joo Phoi ( BN-SUPP)
  • N14 ASAJAYA (12016) Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah (BN-PBB)
  • N15 MUARA TUANG (14303) Haji Mohammad Ali Mahmud (BN-PBB)
  • N16 BENGOH (20077) Dr Jerip Anak Susil ( BN-SUPP)
  • N17 TARAT (15171) Roland Sagah Wee Inn ( BN-SUPP)
  • N18 TEBEDU (11793) Michael Manyin Anak Jawong (BN-PBB)
  • N19 KEDUP (15994) Frederick Bayoi ak.Manggie (BN-PBB)
  • N20 SADONG JAYA (6917) Haji Wan Abdul Wahab bin Wan Sanusi (BN-PBB)
  • N21 SIMUNJAN (9846) Mohd Naroden Majais (BN-PBB)
  • N22 SEBUYAU (7549) Julaihi Narawi (BN-PBB)
  • N23 LINGGA (7545) Hajah Simoi Binti Hj Peri (BN-PBB)
  • N24 BETING MARO (7267) Haji Bolhassan Haji Di (BN-PBB)
  • N25 BALAI RINGIN (8244) Snowdon Lawan (BN-PRS)
  • N26 BUKIT BEGUNAN (7644) Mong anak Dagang (BN-PRS)
  • N27 SIMANGGANG (9849) Francis Harden anak Hollis (BN-SUPP)
  • N28 ENGKILILI (9477) Johnicol Rayong ak.Ngipa (Independent)
  • N29 BATANG AIR (7997) Dublin Unting anak Ingkot (BN-PRS)
  • N30 SARIBAS (7145) Dr Hj Wahbi bin Hj Junaidi (BN-PBB)
  • N31 LAYAR (7415) Alfred Jabu Anak Numpang (BN-PBB)
  • N32 BUKIT SABAN (6876) Robert Lawson Chuat ak Vincent Entering (BN-PBB)
  • N33 KALAKA (13379) Abdul Wahab bin Aziz (BN-PBB)
  • N34 KRIAN (10429) Peter Nyarok Anak Entrie (BN-SPDP)
  • N35 BELAWAI (8004) Hamden bin Ahmad (BN-PBB)
  • N36 SEMOP (9162) Mohamad Asfia Awang Nasar (BN-PBB)
  • N37 DARO ( 7411) Murni Suhaili (BN-PBB)
  • N38 JEMORENG (8545) Gani @ Abu Seman bin Jahwie (BN-PBB)
  • N39 REPOK (16750) David Teng Lung Chi ( BN-SUPP)
  • N40 MERADONG (14584) Ting Tze Hui (DAP)
  • N41 PAKAN (9034) William Mawan ak.Ikom (BN-SPDP)
  • N42 MELUAN (11169) Wong ak.Judat (BN-SPDP)
  • N43 NGEMAH (7849) Gabriel Adit ak.Demong (Independant)
  • N44 MACHAN (9966) Gramong Juna (BN-PBB)
  • N45 BUKIT ASSEK (26002) Wong Ho Leng (DAP)
  • N46 Dudong (21819) Dr Soon Choon Teck ( BN-SUPP)
  • N47 BAWANG ASSAN (16844) Wong Soon Koh ( BN-SUPP)
  • N48 PELAWAN (22559) Goh Chung Siong ( BN-SUPP)
  • N49 NANGKA (12973) Awang bemee bin Awang Ali Bassah (BN-PBB)
  • N50 DALAT (11423) Fatimah Abdullah @ Ting Sai Ming (BN-PBB)
  • N51 BALINGIAN (11326) Abdul Taib Mahmud (BN-PBB)
  • N52 TAMIN (10900) Joseph Mauh ak.Ikeh (BN-PRS)
  • N53 KAKUS (9417) John Sikie anak Tayai (BN-PRS)
  • N54 PELAGUS (13898) Larry Sng Wei Shien (BN-PRS)
  • N55 KATIBAS (8146) Ambrose Blikau (BN-PBB)
  • N56 Baleh (9731) Dr. James Jemut Masing (BN-PRS)
  • N57 BALAGA (6691) Liwan Lagang (BN-PRS)
  • N58 JEPAK (12049) Talip Zulpilip (BN-PBB)
  • N59 KIDURONG (23726) Chiew Chiu Sing (DAP)
  • N60 KEMENA (13338) Dr Rundi Stephan Utom (BN-PBB)
  • N61 BEKENU (10095) Rosey Haji Yunus (BN-SPDP)
  • N62 LAMBIR (11245) Aidan Wing (BN-PBB)
  • N63 PIASAU (17256) George Chan Hong Nam ( BN-SUPP)
  • N64 PUJUT (20098) Andy Chia Chu Fatt ( BN-SUPP)
  • N65 SENADIN (16925) Lee Khim Shin ( BN-SUPP)
  • N66 MARUDI (12425) Sylvester Entri Anak Muran (BN-SPDP)
  • N67 TELANG USAN (12793) Lihan Jok (BN-PBB)
  • N68 BUKIT KOTA (13328) Dr Abdul Rahman Bin Ismail (BN-PBB)
  • N69 BATU DANAU (6889) Palu @Paulus Palu Anak Gumbang (BN-SPDP)
  • N70 BA’KELALAN (6284) Balang Rining (BN-SPDP)
  • N71 BUKIT SARI (9373) Awang Tengah Ali Hassan (BN-PBB)

In 2006 Sarawak State Elections there was 54 Straight Fights,13 3-cornered,1 4-cornered,1 5-cornered and 2 YBS were returned unopposed.

Just in case you forgot the mathematics we bring you back in time,”It was so near yet so far as in 1987 it was 48 constituencies the opposition wrestle 20 out of 28 and now there are 71 seats. A state women oppposition leader told audie61 a couple of months ago and it is still very fresh in my mind,” They will not be another better chance for us to realise this dream of wrestling the state from BN. 1987 was close but now we need to work even harder” Could the States oppositions HALLUCINATION turn to Reality……. 

Related:- http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/112981

https://audie61.wordpress.com/2008/11/09/ming-court-1987-of-a-reverse-version-ref-malaysiakiakini/

Corrupted,Tainted..At What Price says Mahathir..??

I am always for the  BETTER GOOD of the country and as such my political conscience is crystal clear from the evils of being corrupted. One would surely say to me..You havent been given the chance to sit in the chair and how can we judge you..?? Surely,its about upbringing,social responsibilities  and above all OUR OWN PRINCIPLES.                           

 Those who are picked to be YBs and MPs in todays political climate  says a political veteran observer needs to be ..( A WHITE NEW PAPER.) Pakatan had no choice in the last GE12 as not many GAVE THEM A GHOST OF A CHANCE and the current crop of YBs and MPs rode the peoples gravy train and gate crashed and BN suffered the losts of 5 states and 2/3rds majority in Parliament.                

Ever since then the people in Malaysia has woken up to the very true word of PEOPLES REPRESENTATIVE. You reap what you sow and this article by Malaysiakini in which Mahathir has sounded the alarm bells ringing should be heeded. 

U Tell them Mahathir as this country has enough CAPABLE,  RESPONSIBLE, NEW ,YOUNG SECOND ECHELON LEADERS…………..

Umno should pick a candidate who is free of money politics for the Bagan Pinang state by-election, former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today. 

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He believed that the BN could win the by-election on Oct 11 with a big majority because the seat was Umno’s stronghold.

mahathir and rais yatim pc 190309 04Having corruption-free candidates would be a very important factor in Bagan Pinang as well as in the next general election, he told reporters after attending Menteri Besar Mohamad Hasan’s Aidilfitri open house in Rantau here.

“For me, it’s not just this place. The people throughout Malaysia want to know whether we are serious about eradicating money politics, corruption and so forth,” he said.

While the former premier did not name any names, he was clearly referring to former Umno vice-president Isa Samad, whose supporters are campaigning for him to be picked as the candidate.

Isa, who was menteri besar of Negeri Sembilan from 1982 to 2004, rose rapidly within Umno ranks until he was accused of vote-buying.

NONEThat landed him in a six-year suspension by the Umno disciplinary committee but the punishment was shortened to three years.

Isa, who heads the Umno Teluk Kemang division, is believed to be seeking to make a political comeback by contesting the Bagan Pinang by-election.

While the Umno Teluk Kemang division, which include the Bagan Pinang state constitutency, has proposed Isa as the candidate for the by-election, the final decision will however be left to the top party leadership.

Dr M: Think of party, not individuals

azlanMahathir said that if Umno fielded an candidate who was not clean, it might win in Bagan Pinang but would lose in other constituencies.

He also feared that the party would lose badly in the 13th general election if the trend continued.

“I’m not thinking about individuals. I know everyone and I don’t care about anyone but I’m thinking only of the party,” he said.

The Bagan Pinang seat fell vacant following the death of incumbent Azman Mohamad Noor of the BN on Sept 4. Nomination is on Oct 3.

Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin will be announcing the Umno candidate for Bagan Pinang on Sept 29 during BN’s state level Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration in Port Dickson.

Bernama

Chua Soi Lek”Su Hock Ee”

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It was like any other Hari Raya Visitations to an old school friends house. The usual greetings and pleasantries were exchanged plus also the delight to see so many familier faces. Whats more the food laid out was…. Oooh SOoo appetising. There were many voices of different opinions especially as school mates meet they will be like old times in school eventhough that was nearly 20 years ago “all trying to be No.1 and be heard” Familiar..??

Of course each will try to say their own piece,”The economy,the political scenario (BN vs Pakatan) the educational system but the one that LIGHTED THE FIRE was the MCA No.2 deputy President Chua Soi Leck. One of my school mate hit the right chord when he said,”This Chua really Su Hock Ee ( Lose to Him translated from Hockien). He also seems so thick skinned and would not just disappear silently like most politicians of yesteryears would have. Would anyone of us fight like he does..?”

The MCA saga has gone overdrive and most of us gave the THUMBS UP to Chua for his perserverance and never say die attitude. One of them even say like Josephians never know when they are defeated. We will fight to the last drop of our blood. Surprisingly,most of us were very unhappy too with Ong Tee Keat for not being steadfast and be more accomodative towards a person who has already paid for his sins in being shamed. Even God forgive the sinners they say and why would Tee Keat not make use of the No.2 man to his advantage.

Has he forgotten about the rule book. Never question the No.1 but if the No.1 does not show respect and bulldozzes through without even telling the No.2 that is a sign of WEAKNESS. Even Najib consults Muhyddin on certain things before he moves his agenda. Im sure Anwar also does that said an old school mate. What makes Chua Soi Leck so prominent its because Ong gave him the PLATFORM and the OPPORTUNITY to hit back. Chua was already shamed with the video sex scandal but one of us added another phrase  in Hockien,” BIN POI KOW-meaning Thick skinned.

You all might be WONDERING WHY MCA…?? Why are we not touching on local politics or even UMNO,PKR ,DAP or PAS? Surely the PKFZ scandal and Tiong King Sings issue is worth a conversation.  Moreover there were about 20 of us and in a Malay friends house. The answer was in our year we were taught the right meaning of DIPLOMACY (Ong needs to learn from us hik hik hik ) and since some of us are from different political divides there was a NEED to follow the LINE OF NEUTRALITY. Chua Soi Lecks purported EGM and the possibility of the ouster of the MCA President is the TALK OF THE TOWN. Who is going to be the AYAM MASAK MERAH in this fight..??

We could go on and on on how this fight will pen out but like the good old days some one just “Detonated  a very good quiet atomic gas”It was signal and the wives in the other room were too happy that it was cut short. One of them even cheekily said ,” Got any steps learnt from each other and what about  the Booster or Viagra used by Chua Soi Leck. Just then one of them showed us this article and how ironic it was as we were talking about our friend Chua.

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KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 21 — Just when the MCA seemed all set to hold its extraordinary general meeting (EGM), in the wake of deputy president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek’s dismissal, the party’s central committee (CC) has flexed its muscles to overturn the decision and suspend him for four years instead.

This begs the question of whether the power of the CC was overlooked, or even underestimated, in the fractious past weeks which saw more than a fair share of barbs traded between rival supporters of party president Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat and Dr Chua.

“They overlooked the CC as an independent body and pre-empted us by going straight for an EGM which should be called only as a last resort, and not the first resort. Members should not have jumped the gun,” CC member Datuk Ti Lian Ker, of Pahang, told Bernama.

He said disgruntled members should have waited first to see how the CC would act before pushing for the EGM, now fixed for Oct 10, after the presidential council sacked Dr Chua for tarnishing the party’s image over a sex video scandal.

Ti said the party constitution empowered the CC to take disciplinary action  against any elected party official including to suspend or to expel with the support of two-thirds of the CC members present at the meeting.

Under Article 128 of the constitution, the CC has the final say on disciplinary matters and that cannot be challenged, even in a court of law.

Ti said he had insisted that Dr Chua’s issue be discussed at the marathon seven-hour CC meeting last Saturday, to show that the party president could not act arbitarily, or that the CC was just a rubber stamp.

Currently, there are 43 CC members, with 25 elected, seven appointed by the president while the rest are party office-bearers.

Ti denied that the CC’s move was tantamount to a lack of confidence in the presidential council, saying that at the same meeting the CC had overturned other disciplinary decisions as well.

Party sources said Dr Chua’s issue was brought up by Senator Datuk Wong Siong Hwee from Kelantan and all were given the opportunity to express their views, including the most senior CC member, Datuk Wong Mook Leong.

Wong re-told his experience when he was sacked during the party crisis in the 1980s, saying that a suspension would have a similar effect as an expulsion, the source said.

“Some CC members sympathised with Dr Chua. They felt there was no need to push an already broken man and believed he should be given a chance to salvage a bit of his shattered honour,” it added.

Ong, who chaired the meeting, had to “eat humble pie” in the face of the check and balance on his leadership by the CC, the source noted.

Enraged supporters of Dr Chua, however, hit back that it was not appropriate and an act of disrespect to the central delegates for the CC to discuss the matter as the rival factions had already agreed to the EGM and agenda.

Even Dr Chua spoke up: “Are they trying to say the CC is more supreme than the EGM?”

Party veteran Datuk Yap Pian Hon maintained the CC had the mandate because all decisions, including disciplinary matters, must go through both the presidential council and CC, the two decision-making organs in the party.

“If we stop at the presidential council level, it can be argued later that the decision is invalid because the due process was not complete,” he said.

Dr Chua’s supporters are pointing fingers that it was Ong who first called for an EGM on Aug 31, when they had barely started their signature campaign to push for one to annul Dr Chua’s sacking.

A political observer, who declined to be named, views the CC’s decision as a “smart tactical move” by Ong’s side to neutralise the sympathy factor towards Dr Chua for the EGM.

The suspension may cause some of the 2,377 delegates to reconsider their views and swing away from Dr Chua as he would only be a party member after four years.

After all, Dr Chua had said he wanted to die an MCA member, the observer noted. — Bernama