SPDP/PRS Merger…Good But Have We forgotten..??”

When there is a disagreement within the party its bests that it is kept with the four(4 walls) and don”t drag anyone into it. The message is clear and it seems now that “IT”S PAY BACK TIME” and the hidden hands(though small but dangerous) have created a very near perfect storm. We say near as it has not created a DEVASTATING EFFECT and is still solvable.

These five statements yet to be put into HARVARD political syllabus for analysis will in itself be enough for one to write a thesis.

  • SPDP President Mawan at  SPDP Press Conference,”Politics is about agreement and not disagreement.”
  • PRS President James Masing at PRS Statement,”Crisis Breeds Opportunities”
  • SPDP Senior Vice President Nansian,”At the moment we follow BN directive..to keep quiet..to keep clear of everything.No further comment.”
  • Prime Minister Malaysia and Chairman of Barisan National Najib” At PBB convention he ticked off those in BN who tried to create troubles within.”
  • Former SG SPDP Slyvester Entri,”Losts Confidence in SPDP leadership”

Booby traps ,scratching heads,polemics,statistics,facts and a lot of internal bickering should have been solved within the party instead of dragging another into the fold. These brings a whole new ball game into the picture and its will be a very big problem if unsolved for the STATE BN as the rural constituencies remains a safe fixed deposit for the BN parties.

 No matter what the opposition harps BN does have an upper hand on this seats and it will still take time and a lot of efforts from the opposition parties. Its not a level playing field in Sarawak as audie61 mentioned to a senior veteran opposition member. If the opposition parties have 6 helicopters at their disposal and BN 12 there might be ” SOME “inroads. This is only logical as BN will have upper hand in disposing of materials and other necessities.

Can a longboat in the interior outrun a helicopter during the crucial times of campaigning?  In battlefields its not only ground troops,sea/river transportation ,intellegence,spies but also AIR BOMBARDMENT and AIR MOBILISATION.

One will say we have done our homework but the longhouse folks and villages want to see todays and hear promises not last weeks or a month ago. The mode of transportation of course is just one of the many disadvantages the rural opposition parties faced and BN does indeed can consider still its FIXED DEPOSIT.

A political analyst sms to audie61 and it said,’SPDP party stand is to follow directive of top BN leaders and to stay cool and will listen to grouses within party walls.” If this is not good enough we reposts this newspaper article at the height of PRS crisis for the many Stubborn and Hidden Hands to look at themselves in the mirror. Some will fall by the wayside and are Lambs to be slaughtered.

We will publish as and when it affects when the rakyat are shortchanged and the politicians needs to swallow their pride and serve the people who put them in the positions in the first place.

 The article:-

The Larry Sng faction told the SPDP delegation at the start of the talk last night that to ensure that the merger does take place Larry would support Mawan to head the merged entity.

This was the first official meeting between the two sides since the issue of merger was first brought up before the last State Elections in May 2006.It was also the first between SPDP led by state Social Development Minister William Mawan and any of the factions in PRS.

 The other PRS faction led by state Land Development Minister  Dr James Masing prefer to hold merger talks only after the internal problems in PRS have been resolved.


However, the decision to go ahead inspite of  the Masing faction’s stand to start what a Sng faction leader described as exploratory talked arranged at short notice had been at the urging of the ‘top leaders’ of the Barisan Nasional.

 He added that a follow-up meeting between the two sides was expected to take place on November 18 before the start of the state assembly sitting in Kuching the following day.

 Yesterday’s meeting at a private room of a Thai restaurant at KLCC started at 7.30 pm and lasted three hours.

 The SPDP side was led by its deputy president Peter Nyarok, who is also its merger talks committee chairperson and an assistant minister, and the PRS’ Larry Sng faction was led by PRS deputy president Jimmy Donald, who is also Sri Aman Member of Parliament and party merger talks committee chairperson.

 Among those present were  SPDP senior vice president and Tasik Biru state assemblyperson Peter Nansian, SPDP secretary-general and assistant minister Sylvester Entrie, and SPDP supreme council members Nelson Ballang (who is Be’kelalan state assemblyperson) ,Paulus Ngumbang (state assemblyperson for Batau Danau) and Liew Ah Lek.

 The PRS delegation included secretary-general aligned to the Sng faction  Sidi Munan, deputy secretary-general Audie Chua, state assemblyperson for Ngemah Gabriel Adit, supreme council member and Lubok Antu Member of Parliament Jawah Gerang and PRS faction wanita chief Josephine Mawat.

 ‘We discussed the fundamentals on how we should take the merger proposal forward,’ was how one of those who attended the meeting told Malaysiakini today.

 Other sources said that SPDP would also try to reach out to the other PRS faction.

 The Larry Sng faction told the SPDP delegation at the start of the talk last night that to ensure that the merger does take place Larry would support Mawan to head the merged entity.

  A merger of the two parties will make it the second strongest in the four-member state ruling coalition in terms of the number of elected representatives.

 Deputy Foreign Minister and partyless Member of Parliament for Julau Joseph Salang told the media recently that he was considering joining PRS once the internal problems of the party had been resolved and when the merger between the two parties had been decided.

 ‘Salang is a friendly party,’ said a PRS faction aligned to the Sng faction, when asked whether Salang and his supporters were also discussed at last night’s party.

 The Masing faction was not immediately available for comment on the lastest development.

 Will the 7th of March merger talks go on? We will know in due course as the date is fast drawing near.

A concerned BN members said,”No need to hurry as it has already taken too long and its better to solve the problems within than to drag others into the fold and on top of it we are hearing now on the ground and echoing and reverberating very loudly like the earthquakes and with high seismic readings,”PRS is having 18 YBs altogether,Bigger than SUPP and SPDP is now a mosquito party” Is this healthy….??

There will be sacrificial LAMBS  and BN will ensure that the HIDDEN HANDS are sent to be chopped. Politics will not take any prisoners and many have paid a price for it.

21 thoughts on “SPDP/PRS Merger…Good But Have We forgotten..??”

  1. BN man says:

    Hidden hands are sometimes the masters of disguise. They have disturbed the political tranquility in PRS some years back and also in SPDP of late. As such, they must go, their days are numbered. Surely they are known to Najib. Only time will tell whether he will send them to the slaughter house. On the flip side, these hidden hands know that they could be sidelined, hence what more appropriate then to align themselves with the newbies like Parti Cinta Malaysia.

  2. BN man says:

    Never underestimate the intelligence of the rural folks, they are the backbone of BN in Sarawak. Taib knows this very well and for that matter, will NEVER make war with Masing.
    Forget about long boats and helicopters, that’s a reactive scenario. What is more important are the communicative powers of the media, TV and the internet, sms, basically information that can change one’s mind overnight. It’s no more 20 years ago. So today, if you play it wrong or tongue twist, you will become unpopular instantly once the news of your stupidity spread.

  3. sarawakiana says:

    ’SPDP party stand is to follow directive of top BN leaders and to stay cool and will listen to grouses within party walls.”
    Isnt this good enough? What and why has Entri gone against the tide and said he has lost the confidence of SPDP leaders? Has he gone overboard?

  4. zainuddin says:

    Wow! what a twists and how appropriate and it seems the ones to be told off and slaughtered are the LAMBS,LAMBS and Lambs

  5. phyllis says:

    Yeah we have forgotten and how timely and would you blame Masing for taking revenge. Bite them and afterthat let it loose. James is showing his colours and he must be telling everyone I have 18 YBs with me. Great and Taib has 36.half and very soon….you know what its time to take over.

  6. Mata Kuching says:

    The Dayaks must admit that they are the most pathetic lots and that they have entered politics all for the wrong reason and that is to “kill” one another. Every longhouses and modern kampungs have have their own territorial rights and acceptable guest lists. They are divided by politics,territories, religious denominations and associations.

    The Dayaks should for once ask themselves if they are either for or against BN. If they have really benefited from BN government the last 50 years , why they are still pleading and hoping for better roads to be constructed to their constituencies, water and electric supplies to be connected among other amenities and developments promised by the government when Sarawak joinly form Malaysia together with Sabah.

    Is Sarawak really too big and difficult to develop compared to China? Apart from other outstanding developments on par with developed countries, in the last 15 years alone, China has constructed 800,000 km of roads throughout the country which make our so-called nation under the rule of BN the last 50 years a pale shadow.

    It is time the Dayaks and all Sarawakians give a new mandate to Pakatan Rakyat for at least 5 years or 10 to make a difference to our miserable slow space of developments.

  7. BN man says:

    PKR is in bad shape now, DAP is always howling for the Chinese, PAS has 2 wings, the right fanatical and the left fundamentally religious muslims that don’t see eye to eye too, so the question is, Could “they” rule here in Sarawak? At best, we’ll see them turn the State Assembly into a fiasco. It happened in Perak, isn’t that a good enough example?
    On another note, the Dayaks have been manipulated thus far both politically and economically, they only have themselves to blame for polarizing themselves, sometimes beyond recognition. But now, they are awaken, they are out from a deep sleep.
    If Mawan is pretending to fight for the Dayaks, Masing is playing a paramount role now to consolidate them, perhaps under ONE roof, certainly not to destroy BN but help BN to greater achievement.

  8. Ho Ho Ho says:

    :arrow: B-eNding are CORRUPTED to the CORE and PR still the best and No 1 CHOICE for all as they are new,fresh and fair to all and kick out all evils :evil: Katak-katak and ulat-ulat :lol: :lol: :lol:

  9. Mata Kuching says:

    Didnt we hear enough or have enough evidence that the police is certainly not apolitical and that both the police and judicial are directly under the thumb of UMNO president.

    Why arrest NCR landowners who merely gathered to protect their own lands? Why arrest supporters and leaders of Pakatan Rakyat for peaceful candle lights virgils? Why no action to be taken by AG against religious bigots who desecrated the holy communion of the Christian faith? Are the above not enough to speak volume of the government of BN? Sarawak and Sabah with majority of non muslim and non malay can teach the federal government led by BN to respect freedom of worship, equal rights of all Malaysians, and not to use the police and judicial to resist reforms for the good of all Malaysians and our nation.

    We also want all petroleum producing states including Sarawak and Sabah to receive 20% royalty. Sarawak and Sabah have the unifying factors and numbers to make that happen and end UMNO and BN hagemony. Let’s have a snap election sooner than later. Stop deceiving and cheating the rural folks by dumping some construction materials here and there to fish for votes.

  10. Nostradamus says:

    Peace will never descend on SPDP. Too much bad blood between the two parties. The Key- only one man can bring the two faction together. The challenge for those who love SPDP is to identify that man!!!

  11. kangtao says:

    Latest update, vrooom vrooom what I m hearing now is “money” politics. The President is trying his best to entice at least 2 YBs back into the fold with him. Will he succeed? If VT does his job well, it may. Boy, boy…Money, money, money!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. kangtao says:

    The first to backtrack was of course the youngest of them all, there’s no need to mention who he is. He is just worth a jeweled Rolex watch….yoledi yoledi yoyo………..duit lah!

  13. kpt99 says:

    As the chairman of the BN.why is it untill now there is not comments at all from CM though SE is drawing near.

  14. Mata Kuching says:

    Sarawakians voters especially in the rural contituencies are now questioning the sincerity of their leaders whom they have voted and who are now enjoying a luxurious lifestyle, wearing the sheep skin of BN.

    These YBs even have the cheek to tell those who oppose them for being ungrateful lots. Now ..who are actually being ungrateful? The rural voters who now wake up and wisen up or the elected YBs?

    Ever since our rural voters have sacrificed a few generations, hoping that these YBs will fulfill the promise of bringing real and sustainable developments to their contituencies and hence creating an environment for eliminating poverty, there is only one visible change taking place. These YBs have transformed themselves from being officers, managers, educationists or doctors to someone who are now owning bigger house or a few properties, driving a few bigger cars, sending their children overseas to be educated in English and obtaining overseas degrees. Some YBs even have the luxury of having new wife and a few mistresses. All these are because the humble, trusting and sincere rural voters had been cheated election after election.

    it is time the rural voters vote out all these ungrateful and blood sucking scumbags and work with a new government and be represented by a new group of YBs from Pakatan Rayat becuse we have the right to hire and fire any representative.

  15. kpt99 says:

    Larry Sng,the incumbent will still be the candidate for Pelagus,N 54 in this coming election though sacked from PRS.What is your comments,PRS supporters ?.CM vs James Masing,who is the winner ?Dato S dares you to bet 1 million.

  16. BN man says:

    If Larry has been doing his job well in the constituency and feed back from the rakyat and the “Special Branch” and the “unofficial eyes n ears” of the CM are good, there is no reason to reject him. That includes Masing. Technically the seat belongs to PRS, that we can’t argue much.

  17. BN man says:

    …..the important thing is BN wins or retains the seat. If i were Larry, I would come down to earth, broker a talk and return to PRS unconditionally.This would be GOOD for BN.

  18. PRS MAN says:

    party rakyat sarawak untuk rakyat sarawak..jangan sampai macam satu-satunya party kita dulu iaitu PBDS hancur disebabkan sifat manusia. come on SARAKIAN!!! bangun dari tidurmu…

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