“308 Sarawak 24/36…Achievable..??”

WHL’s interview with Malaysiakini.tv was well received in terms of airtime by BN and Pakatan supporters. He sounded very confident and some BN political strategists brushed aside especially denying 2/3rds majority of 24 BN losts seats. 

Pakatan sympathisers were quick to point out “Remember 308″ What WHL has broadcasted has reached the ears of the Top Guns in BN and the word is ,” Battle Stations…..Ahoy

BN Sarawak will hit Pakatan like a Hurricane. 71 State seats are up for grabs (see lists below)and news reports in recent days has PKR eyeing 42 seats,DAP 18 and the rests will be subdivided between PAS and SNAP.

A close aide to CM said,”We retain our surprise elemant and work our own strategy.” When pressed further by audie61,” On seats swapping the answer ”


The BN Sarawak ‘think tank” has not ruled out that certain seats are due for consideration and that the prerogative and fundamental rule is to WIN THE SEAT.

Here lies in the surprise and don’t read too much into it for now Sssshhhh…or the opposition will get to know about it especially WHL( MP & ADUN Wong Ho Leng )He even knows what happens to PBB when CM Taib no more helms the party. hehehe 


  • 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



17 thoughts on ““308 Sarawak 24/36…Achievable..??”

  1. Ho :idea: Ho :idea: Ho :idea:
    :idea: I Would If I Could & I Could If I Would :idea:
    :lol: Majoirity can CHANGE their decision to voted for Pakatan Rakyat anytime if they would n if Pakatan Rakyat for sure will give all the RAKYAT a very Good,Transparence n Fair service to all Respected RAKYAT if they could win coming election :idea:

  2. Ho :oops: Ho :oops: Ho :oops:
    :lol: They B-eNd bumNO control TV Station,Newspaper,EC,PDRM,Judiciary,Kangaroo Judges n that’s why they only take care of their CRONIES getting rich n richer n suck all our Malaysian resources dry n might go kaboom BANKRUPT in next few years times :lol:

  3. Nothing is impossible when one put their heart mind and soul in it and let the universe conspire with you. Of course, it will be an uphill task for PR in Sarawak but I suppose that is the challenge.

  4. BN meets to ensure that BN parties ready with their candidates for polls. CM wants to see the lists.Confirm from source.

  5. 15DAP + 5PKR + 3SNAP + 2PAS=25 Pakatan Aduns. Or Plan B is 25 Pakatan + 15 (PRS+SPDP KM3 gangs) = 40 Aduns and just enough for new unity state govt 2010-2015 term. Ok 5 frogs expected back and forth as usual. 2014 state election will be equal strength. Come on Audie61 team, what’s your bomoh prediction next.

  6. Taib and UMNO controlled BN in Sarawak will not have any new strategy except to throw money and announce new projects as they have been doing for the past 48 years.

    KUALA LUMPUR: The federal government while denying it had used development projects to woo voters during the Sibu by-election, nevertheless admitted that it approved 107 projects worth RM37.7 million during the campaigning period.

    Despite that, 70% of Sarawak which comprised almost all rural constituencies remain undeveloped and deprived of even basic amenities, electricity and treated water.

    If you have parents, siblings and relatives living in rural areas, do you still want to see them living in poverty and suffering financial and emotional hardships and confined to perpetual poverty and mental slavery by UMNO controlled BN government?

    UMNO and PBB are controlling majority of rural constituencies to remain in dominant power and ensuring the rural population remain hopelessly out of touch with the reality of what a developed and modern nation can offer to every citizens.

    Give them the moral and spiritual supports to embrace Change and vote against Corruption, Abuses and Mismanagement of the UMNO controlled BN government. The rural population and voters must gang up to choose a new government and they have a choice now in Pakatan Rakyat.

  7. Court of Appeal sets aside Snap’s deregistration
    June 23, 2010

    PUTRAJAYA, June 23 — The Sarawak National Party (Snap) today succeeded in getting the Court of Appeal to set aside its de-registration by the Registrar of Societies (ROS), eight years ago.

    Congratulation to SNAP and all its loyal members. For SNAP to remain strong as before it just have to get rid of Ting Ling Kiew and his bandits as of now.

  8. Is there calm amongst the dayaks in Sarawak? BN doesn’t know what is happening.Worried as dayaks losing their NCR land will say No to BN Taib. What say u audie61?

  9. Interesting and achievable if the Pakatan go for winnable seats. Maximise resources and give BN a terrible headache.

  10. Sarawak police have been accused of sanctioning violence by a timber company, Lee Ling Sdn Bhd, at logging road blockades in Upper Limbang.

    NONERaziah Mahmud (right), sister to Sarawak Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud, sits on the board of directors of Lee Ling’s parent company, Quality Concrete.

    According to indigenous rights advocate, the Bruno Manser Foundation (BMF), Lee Ling drove three plainclothes police officers, in company vehicles, to the site of the makeshift blockades across Lee Ling’s timber track near Long Sebayang on Sunday.

    NONEThe police officers, one reportedly armed with a pistol, ordered the indigenous villagers manning the blockade to dismantle the obstruction and allow Lee Ling to continue extraction. One of the two blockades was taken down. According to locals, Lee Ling intends to log the area and convert the land into a plantation.

    The Lun Bawang, Penan and Tabun villagers from neighbouring villages had erected the peaceful blockades in a desperate attempt to urge Lee Ling to negotiate with them over their customary land rights. Such timber blockades have sprung up all over Sarawak, and many have been torn down following police action.

    Violence at blockade site

    Taib’s government does not recognise Native Customary Rights (NCR) claimed by Sarawak indigenous communities over their ancestral lands, even though these rights are provided for by ‘adat’ (native customary law and practice), state legislation and the federal constitution.

    NONEThe Upper Limbang villagers have made police reports alleging violence by Lee Ling workers. Yet no police investigation has been conducted, in stark contrast to the eager support of the police for the timber company.

    Aking Anung, a Penan villager from Long Keneng, made a police report in Limbang, stating he had been attacked at the timber blockade by a manager at the Lee Ling timber camp named “Ah New”, on the day of the police visit. Aking alleged the manager threatened him with a ‘parang’ (machete).

    Bita Pelisi, a villager standing at the blockade, gave an account of a second violent assault. He reported that “Ah New” struck him on the face and left him bleeding from the nose, after the police left. The Lee Ling worker then threatened the villagers, saying he would bring in “more gangsters to the blockade site”.

    “Our communities need support and we ask you to spread this news worldwide,” appealed a community spokesperson, according to the BMF.

    NONEThe BMF has called on Lee Ling to stop violence against the villagers, and “respect the communities’ legitimate demands”. The NGO has urged the police to “investigate these incidents and stop colluding with Lee Ling Timber”.

    Lee Ling is controlled by timber tycoon Tiang Chiin Yew. The company, based in Kuching, is a subsidiary of conglomerate Quality Concrete, listed on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange. Raziah Mahmud is an independent non-executive director of Quality Concrete.

    Neither Lee Ling nor Limbang police have been willing to provide any comment on the Long Sebayang incidents.

    Business empire all in Taib’s family

    This latest news has added to recent scrutiny of the domination of Sarawak’s political economy by the chief minister and his family. Taib’s family members have been reported to own a staggering RM350 million property fortune in a single city, Ottawa, including the second most expensive house in the Canadian capital.

    azlanTaib and his brother Onn Mahmud were implicated in the Regent Star scandal in 2007, involving allegations of kickbacks of RM32 million from Japanese timber importers. Taib’s family has also been reported to own the Hilton Hotel in Adelaide, Australia.

    But the embattled chief minister remains confident of holding on to power in the upcoming state assembly elections, due by next May. Taib has not announced the date of the state elections yet, but has already started his appeal to rural voters.

    “The bumiputeras are humble. They know they are poor and in difficulty. So they place high hopes in the government to help them out,” Taib said, according to Bernama.

    He said the Malays, Ibans, Melanaus and other natives voted mainly for Taib’s Barisan Nasional in the May 16 Sibu by-election, and had been “humble enough to recognise that they still depend on a working government for their fate”.

    Sarawak PKR chief Baru Bian told Malaysiakini that Taib’s boast “confirmed his plan all along since taking over the state, that he wanted the ‘bumi’ poor forever so that he can manipulate and control them for his political survival.

    “It is his own admission after being the chief minister for the last 29 years that the ‘bumi’ are still poor, a reflection of his own failure, notwithstanding his so-called ‘politics of development’. Obviously it was his ‘politics of development’ for his own political benefit.”

    Personal liability

    azlanTaib is painfully aware that he is a personal liability in election campaigns in urban seats. Urban voters’ sentiment has grown firmly set against him. The DAP’s recent victory in the Sibu by-election last month demonstrated this, with a swing of some 4,000 votes compared to BN’s 2008 winning majority.

    Baru Bian has little doubt that raising awareness among rural voters is crucial.

    “In the coming election, we have no choice but to move on the ground and tell the people all the ills and injustices brought about by the state government headed by Taib…

    “We are pleading and asking all right-thinking Sarawakians to move together with us to bring the message of hope and reformation to the ordinary people, in particular those from the Dayak, Malay, Melanau communities,” he said.

    The DAP and the PKR have apparently insurmountable obstacles to spread their message, ahead of the upcoming election. They have extremely limited resources for campaigning in Malaysia’s largest state, while Taib continues to enjoy the advantage .
    Police accused of defending Taib family’s interests

  11. I am a thinking voter and not swayed by propaganda from either side, but on the instance of giving title to “NCR” claims, I do feel that Taib is swallowing the bitter pill, at the risk of being unpopular to SAVE the indigenous people of Sarawak. Just relating my personal experience, in an area South of Miri, my company intended to rent 2000 hectares of so called “NCR” land to do some agro projects. Even before confirmation of the project, the villagers had requested that we survey the site and assist them to get title for THEIR land. After receiving title to their land, they agreed to sell the full 2000 hectares to my company atan agreed sum of RM3000 per hectare.
    If Taib gave tittle to all NCR claimants, at the end of the day all the lands in Sarawak would be owned by the Foochows within 6 months and a matter off time, the majority natives and indigenous people will want to take back their lands….and it will not be fought out in the courts, but in the streets and in streams of non Bumi blood..If you vote DAP and their belief of giving title to all NCR lands, then this will be the future. Say what you will about Taib, I believe he is right in dealing with the NCR land issue. I do not want Sarawak to go the way of the Solomon islands where the indigenous islanders, when on a killing rampage of the Indian business community. This is a very possible scenario if the natives loose their ancestral land to the minority chinese community. Which millionaire China man in Sarawak will not want to buy land at Rm3K per hectare? Even native titled land reserved for bumiputras can be bought in trust by a chinaman and land is effectively no longer available for the original owner. As long as the title of the land is in the hands of the native, it will end up out of his hands in one form or another in due time.

  12. if sarawakian want to live forever under uban putih..then it’s not achievable..do keep in mind even the Johorean, the birth place of UMNO are thingking twice about UMNO ruling the state in next GE!Well how about Sarawakian?

  13. So, burung kenyalang trying to justify taib over foochow crooks which is the better of two evil, eh? Yes true that native lands are non transferable burung kenyalang, but why taib dont introduce law or mandatory policy of monthly land rentals to the natives of RM3,000 per hectare per month instead? That is to follow your notion that taib the native land guardian then taib as cm must mandate it a fixed monthly income to the natives. So any crony foochows or whoever want to develop native lands must prepare sunken fund to pay RM3,000 per hectare per month to the affected native landowners. What say you burung kenyalang? Go tell this to taib lah as campaign motto “Undi BN, RM3000 sebulan duit tanah!” heard BN struggling to get best campaign proganda theme songs!

  14. Burung. L & S record showed that there is an estimated 1.5 million hectares of NCR land and no NCR land had been surveyed and given title in any part of Sarawak. Stop your bullshit story and delete your impaired imagination from your grey metal.

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