P212″PRS Friendly Fire at SUPP..??”

An sms from a SUPP member who requests anonimity said,”Why James has to Blah!Blah! Blah! on how SUPP has neglected the Bumiputera constituents.?? Isn’t he part of the BN coalition? Is he trying to tell SUPP something especially this,”many development requests were put forward to their representatives but they were not being entertained.”

This is giving the DAP an avenue to attack SUPP outright especially in this P212 byelection when even one of your coalition partners in BN is saying that your people dont care about the Bumiputera and has somewhat left them behind to fend for themselves.

It’s already out in the open and the internet portal Sarawak Update .com has the full version of the article. It’s  no use to say that ,”the matter would be addressed accordingly by SUPP and the respective BN representatives.” when the whole opposition machinery can capitalise on the subject and this spells trouble especially so when Lim Kit Siang is singing a new tune 44% now. 

SUPP and other BN component parties will need to do damage control and stay focussed. The Friendly-Fire should not have happened in the first place is the final message from another sms received …..

21 thoughts on “P212″PRS Friendly Fire at SUPP..??”

  1. sarawakiana says:

    Time for DAP to return unfriendly fire at SUPP.Even a coaltion partner is saying you are not working.Thats is the message how????

  2. SUPP boy says:

    Better still James Masing and your team stay in Bintulu and get your own TDC done. Dont meddle here in Sibu.You not wanted and this is really bad for us here.Go away PRS..

  3. avatar says:

    If you want bandar sibu fight us lah james Masing and you join PR.Dont heckle us at SUPP and make a statement to show how great you are and also tell Shafie Apdal.(UMNO) maybeyou want to be UMNO head in Sarawak.Who knows indirectly hitting at PBB too.

  4. 1Malaysia Fire says:

    Good on you PRS James Masing. At least you are helping us at Pakatan. What a way to fire at your 1Malaysia colleague.hahahaha

  5. Pensonic Fan says:

    How now to cool the fire already boiling in SUPP.?? Apologise and send a fan and Pensonic has many to be bought by PRS as they can afford to give $$$$

  6. dayang says:

    tsk tsk tsk James Masing now u will say your words are twisted. Maybe an antropologists like you is just strring something up to capitalise on SUPPs weakness but this is not the forum or platform to do just that.U seem to be binded by emotions and BN will be very very very happy with PRS. 44% now James

  7. kangtao says:

    ALL are wearing the same petticoats – only different colours – James, Georgy,William etc etc etc…..ALL are after the $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$, let’s face it.

  8. Mata Kuching says:

    Malaysians in Sarawak and Sabah be made aware that if the national issue on the ban of the word Allah for use by Christains in their Bahasa Malaysia language services religious publication, Bibles and CDs does not resonate and was not enforced in these two states as claimed by SUPP leaders, why was there a directive to ban the issue from been raised in ceramah? For the record, the SIB church of Sarawak and Sabah have yet to get back all their religious materials confiscated by the BN governmet and a court hearing has been slated for June 2010.

    If this is a sensitive issue, do not ban the use of the word Allah to refer to God by all Christains in the National language in the first place.

    What is BN Sarawak and SUPP’s stance on a proposed gathering in Trengganu on May 13 to commemorate an ugly episode in our nation’s history 41 years ago. The gathering is supposely organised by a government agency and a Malay group called Gertak with the theme “Malay arise”. It is not only irresponsible but most uncivilised of the UMNO controlled BN to close one eye to such activity which promote hatred and extremism. The gathering will be attended by 45 Malay NGOs and Dr Mahathir.

    It makes Malaysians wonder if Najib’s public relation team has inadvertently add in the “sia” to the word 1Malaysia when Najib intends it to be 1Malay??

    Malaysians in Sarawak and Sabah will certainly be suspicious of UMNO’s long term intention to colonize the Borneo states.

    Malaysians in Sarawak and Sabah have more reasons now to vote out UMNO controlled BN in these two states and entrust our power to Pakatan to form the government at federal and our Borneo states.

    The shocking record with the Income tax department showed that less than 8% of the working populations in Sarawak and Sabah are paying tax as the rest are earning less than RM2,000 a month and need not pay tax.

    Is this a proud achievement for UMNO controlled BN for the last 50 years? Is this the reason why BN government wants Malaysians to be grateful for not having to pay income tax at all?

    In a properous and progressive nation 90% of its working populations will be happily paying income tax.

    Wait no more! Vote out this corrupted regime dominated by UMNO. Malaysians in Sarawak and Sabah must take the lead to change the UMNO controlled BN and install a new government. Vote Pakatan to be our new government.

  9. Ho Ho Ho says:

    :oops: BN must be kick out by the RAKYAT bcoz they are playing the RACIST card especially UmNO leaders that are not Gentleman when they lost any Elections and even insults woman who BORN them too :oops:
    :arrow: Even PR partner PAS slams May 13th gathering and SHIT x3 to that I ‘BRA’ him racist n that Mamaktiu :lol: :lol: :lol:

  10. Ho Ho Ho says:

    :arrow: This MAMAK should go n sleep more and let jibby carry on his what :?: 1 M’sia jobs or maybe :mrgreen: jibs might get angry and FIRE him :oops:

  11. Mata Kuching says:

    Todate SUPP and BN Sarawak had not declared their stance on the ban by the Minister of Home on the use of Allah by Christians in all their religious publications and church services in Bahasa Malaysia language. The Pakatan coalition has strongly condemned the action of Hishammuddin for disallowing Christians to use Allah when refering to God in Bahasa Malaysia, our national language. PAS in living to its universal Islamic value and principle has public declare the word Allah is arabic and not exclusive to muslim and that other faiths can use the word when refering to God.

    Hence SUPP contention that DAP supported PAS Islamic state is yet another “berita lama”. PAS in Kelantan has prudently applied true Islamic value into their governance and received great admiration and support from no Muslims living in Kelantan. It is a known fact that PAS has also given out development fund to Churches, Temples and the largest Buddhist Temple is built in the state of Kelantan.

    TO all Malaysians even with the simplest of minds they will have full faith instinctively that PAS, a coalition of Pakatan, a party that adheres to true Islamic value and principle is a party that Christians and other non Muslims can trust compared to UMNO.

    SUPP asks, “Who can protect the Christains better?”. It is so obvious to all Christians that the party that banned the use of Allah is the party that has no respect for the freedom of worship. And the parties like SUPP and other BN coalition which never protested over the ruling are obviously endorsing the action of UMNO for imposing the ban. Nik Aziz the spiritual guru of PAS had publicly declared that it is not wrong for Christians to use Allah when refering to God in our national langauge.

    PKR, DAP and PAS had collective condemned UMNO’s action in banning the use of Allah by Christians but SUPP and all BN component parties in Sarawak had never ever protested. Who is SUPP trying to fool now by asking who could protect the Christians better and also challenging DAP to state their stance on PAS Islamic state. Malaysians in Sarawak and Christians in particular are not stupid and can be fooled by SUPP or BN Sarawak.

  12. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Ho :lol: Ho :lol: Ho :lol:
    PAS is true MUSLIM and their TRUE ISLAM teaching do not discriminate others religions and that’s why PAS condemm BN UMNO MAY 13 gathering that can cause racial tension or worse than we can ever imagine in furure :!:
    Only UMNO extremist that are too racist until they drag a COW head on the street to protest others religion temple that are around their area but they never THINK that their Mosque are everywhere around their multi racial religions area too :oops:
    What about CHURCHES firebombing :?: BY WHOM :?:
    :lol: PAS slams MAY 13 RALLY because PAS is not RACIST :lol:
    ALL PR states practice their own religions peacefully under PAS too and Kelantan is a very beautiful and peaceful country under PAS :lol: That’s why lots of peoples from others races respects PAS Tok Guru Nik Aziz and their leaders too :lol:
    Don’t worry about religion freedom under Pakatan Rakyat as they are not RACIST and PR works for the RAKYAT and they care for all and hope that Malaysians will open their HEART and Mind positively to give Pakatan Rakyat a chance to lead us all in peace and success in future :idea: VOTE FOR PAKATAN RAKYAT CANDIDATES :idea: THANK YOU :idea:

  13. Mata Kuching says:

    ROBOT Wong Soon Koh was again insulting the intelligence of Malaysians including my children who are still in secondary school when he told YB Lim Kit Siang that he would only debate with YB Lim on condition YB Lim Kit Siang gets PAS to change its constitution. This merely shows how grey he is as a politician and a representaive of the people .

    As a Malaysian and a registered voter let me issue this simple challenge to ROBOT Wong Soon Koh. In a debate SUPP is not assured of gaining any votes but if ROBOT Wong Soon Koh tells Taib Mahmud openly and publicly to step down as CM today SUPP is assured of gaining one precious vote from me.

    ROBOT Wong Soon Koh..be a real man. ROBOT Lau Hui Yew..be a real man too. Lend each other the courage and together hold your hands and stand your ground to tell Taib Mahmud to step down as CM today and I will vote SUPP and many more voters might follow suit.

    Stop insulting the intelligence of Malaysians and Sibu voters. Even our students will find your empty statement a reflection of your grey matter.

  14. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Ho :roll: Ho :roll: Ho :roll:
    :oops: There are lots of ROBOTS,YES MAN,KANGAROO,FROGS,EVILS,USELESS + GREEDY MP and many more that we can ever imagine in B-eNd until we comes to a boiling point that all those evils goons need to be STOP n flush out or they will SUCK,SELL all our Malaysia resources dry until bankrupt :oops:
    :arrow: CHECK OUT HOW UMNO DEAL IN THIS SABAH OIL BLOCK ISSUE :!: http://bit.ly/9nGzoe
    :lol: PAS did not oppose to ALLAH issue being use by Churches in positive way BUT UMNO DID oppose and When Churches fire bombing we only can see that PR YB LIM KIT SIANG,ANWAR,TOK GURU NIK AZIZ really protest and voice out positively to put a STOP in this evil act but all BN components YES MAN cannot do anything but only wait powerless to repay back $$$$ for all the damage done by their sick peoples with their sick DRAMA :!:

  15. Mata Kuching says:

    Thuan Chye Responds to “Orang Cina Malaysia, apa lagi yang anda mahu?”(Utusan Malaysia article)
    By Kee Thuan Chye

    COMMENT Every time the Barisan Nasional gets less than the expected support from

    Chinese voters at an election, the question invariably pops up among the petty-minded: Why are the Chinese ungrateful?

    So now, after the Hulu Selangor by-election, it’s not surprising to read in Utusan Malaysia a piece that asks: “Orang Cina Malaysia, apa lagi yang anda mahu?” (Chinese of Malaysia, what more do you want?)

    Normally, something intentionally provocative and propagandistic as this doesn’t deserve to be honoured with a reply. But even though I’m fed up of such disruptive and ethnocentric polemics, this time I feel obliged to reply – partly because the article has also been published, in an English translation, in the Straits Times of Singapore.

    I wish to emphasise here that I am replying not as a Chinese Malaysian but, simply, as a Malaysian. Let me say at the outset that the Chinese have got nothing more than what any citizen should get. So to ask “what more” it is they want, is misguided. A correct question would be “What do the Chinese want?”

    All our lives, we Chinese have held to the belief that no one owes us a living. We have to work for it. Most of us have got where we are by the sweat of our brow, not by handouts or the policies of the government.

    We have come to expect nothing – not awards, not accolades, not gifts from official sources. (Let’s not lump in Datukships, that’s a different ball game.) We know that no Chinese who writes in the Chinese language will ever be bestowed the title of Sasterawan Negara, unlike in Singapore where the literatures of all the main language streams are recognised and honoured with the Cultural Medallion, etc.

    We have learned we can’t expect the government to grant us scholarships. Some will get those, but countless others won’t. We’ve learned to live with that and to work extra hard in order to support our children to attain higher education – because education is very important to us. We experience a lot of daily pressure to achieve that. Unfortunately, not many non-Chinese realise or understand that. In fact, many Chinese had no choice but to emigrate for the sake of their children’s further education. Or to accept scholarships from abroad, many from Singapore, which has inevitably led to a brain drain.

    The writer of the Utusan article says the Chinese “account for most of the students” enrolled in “the best private colleges in Malaysia”. Even so, the Chinese still have to pay a lot of money to have their children study in these colleges. And to earn that money, the parents have to work very hard. The money does not fall from the sky.

    The writer goes on to add: “The Malays can gain admission into only government-owned colleges of ordinary reputation.” That is utter nonsense. Some of these colleges are meant for the cream of the Malay crop of students and are endowed with the best facilities. They are given elite treatment.

    The writer also fails to acknowledge that the Chinese are barred from being admitted to some of these colleges. As a result, the Chinese are forced to pay more money to go to private colleges. Furthermore, the Malays are also welcome to enrol in the private colleges, and many of them do. It’s, after all, a free enterprise.

    Plain and simple reason

    The writer claims that the Chinese live “in the lap of luxury” and lead lives that are “more than ordinary” whereas the Malays in Singapore, their minority-race counterparts there, lead “ordinary lives”. Such sweeping statements sound inane especially when they are not backed up by definitions of “lap of luxury” and “ordinary lives”. They sound hysterical, if not hilarious as well, when they are not backed up by evidence. It’s surprising that a national daily like Utusan Malaysia would publish something as idiosyncratic as that. And the Straits Times too.

    The writer quotes from a survey that said eight of the 10 richest people in Malaysia are Chinese. Well, if these people are where they are, it must have also come from hard work and prudent business sense. Is that something to be faulted?

    If the writer had said that some of them achieved greater wealth through being given crony privileges and lucrative contracts by the government, there might be a point, but even then, it would still take hard work and business acumen to secure success. Certainly, Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary, who is one of the 10, would take exception if it were said that he has not worked hard and lacks business savvy.

    Most important, it should be noted that the eight Chinese tycoons mentioned in the survey represent but a minuscule percentage of the wider Chinese Malaysian population. To extrapolate that because eight Chinese are filthy rich, the rest of the Chinese must therefore live in the lap of luxury and lead more than ordinary lives would be a mockery of the truth. The writer has obviously not met the vast numbers of very poor Chinese.

    The crux of the writer’s article is that the Chinese are not grateful to the government by not voting for Barisan Nasional at the Hulu Selangor by-election. But this demonstrates the thinking of either a simple mind or a closed one.

    Why did the Chinese by and large not vote for BN? Because it’s corrupt. Plain and simple. Let’s call a spade a spade. And BN showed how corrupt it was during the campaign by throwing bribes to the electorate, including promising RM3 million to the Chinese school in Rasa.

    The Chinese were not alone in seeing this corruption. The figures are unofficial but one could assume that at least 40 per cent of Malays and 45 per cent of Indians who voted against BN in that by-election also had their eyes open. So, what’s wrong with not supporting a government that is corrupt? If the government is corrupt, do we continue to support it?

    To answer the question then, what do the Chinese want? They want a government that is not corrupt; that can govern well and proves to have done so; that tells the truth rather than lies; that follows the rule of law; that upholds rather than abuses the country’s sacred institutions. BN does not fit that description, so the Chinese don’t vote for it. This is not what only the Chinese want. It is something every sensible Malaysian, regardless of race, wants. Is that something that is too difficult to understand?

    Some people think that the government is to be equated with the country, and therefore if someone does not support the government, they are being disloyal to the country. This is a complete fallacy. BN is not Malaysia. It is merely a political coalition that is the government of the day. Rejecting BN is not rejecting the country.

    A sense of belonging

    Let’s be clear about this important distinction. In America, the people sometimes vote for the Democrats and sometimes for the Republicans. Voting against the one that is in government at the time is not considered disloyalty to the country.

    By the same token, voting against UMNO is also voting against a party, not against a race. And if the Chinese or whoever criticise UMNO, they are criticising the party; they are not criticising Malays. It just happens that UMNO’s leaders are Malay.

    It is time all Malaysians realised this so that we can once and for all dispel the confusion. Let us no more confuse country with government. We can love our country and at the same time hate the government. It is perfectly all right.

    I should add here what the Chinese don’t want. We don’t want to be insulted, to be called pendatang, or told to be grateful for our citizenship. We have been loyal citizens; we duly and dutifully pay taxes; we respect the country’s constitution and its institutions. Our forefathers came to this country generations ago and helped it to prosper. We are continuing to contribute to the country’s growth and development.

    Would anyone like to be disparaged, made to feel unwelcome, unwanted? For the benefit of the writer of the Utusan article, what MCA president Chua Soi Lek means when he says the MCA needs to be more vocal is that it needs to speak up whenever the Chinese community is disparaged. For too long, the MCA has not spoken up strongly enough when UMNO politicians and associates like Ahmad Ismail, Nasir Safar, Ahmad Noh and others before them insulted the Chinese and made them feel like they don’t belong. That’s why the Chinese have largely rejected the MCA.

    You see, the Chinese, like all human beings, want self-respect. And a sense of belonging in this country they call home. That is all the Chinese want, and have always wanted. Nothing more.

    The Utusan Malaysia article: Orang Cina Malaysia, apa lagi yang anda mahu?

    Dramatist and journalist Kee Thuan Chye is the author of ‘March 8: The Day Malaysia Woke Up’. He is a contributor to Free Malaysia Today.

  16. SahLaWah BN says:

    Normal lah for BN component parties to bruise one another ass holes…but more daring is big brothers against small bothers and sisters. It won’t be long to wait for another in-fighting between PRS/SUPP/SPDP while PBB laughs to the end. Wait and see, there will also be no peaceful and honey days for PRS when SUPP and some ex-PRS are gearing their muscles to tear some skin of PRS too. One thing is iron definite, Larry will be still on the seat in Council Negri…..

  17. kangtao says:

    Bad omen….Malaysia end up losers in the Uber and Thomas Cup, typical BN’s defensive play, served the bug mouth Datuk S…… right! BN will end up losing Sibu too….Ho Ho Ho

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