SNAP “AGI IDUP AGI NGELABAN”

The political scenario of Sarawak is Abuzz with News that the once mighty SNAP party has been given a new lease of life.

audie61 made a number of calls and interviewed a number of political stalwarts and also some BN leaders. Their answers collectively were,

” DONT WRITE THIS PARTY OFF “

Meanwhile a former SNAP-VP said,”Without a doubt it will be a new beginning and a platform for all who believe in SNAPs struggle,ideologies   and SNAP will be a FORCE in the next State elections.

Current Youth Chief of SNAP Dayrell Jugol sms to audie61,” SNAP will repeat history and with its Pakatan partner will be looking at the 1963 outing asSEMANGAT -AGI IDUP AGI NGELABAN

See Chee How Information Chief of PKR Sarawak and also one of the Pakatan Sarawak Coalition Partners in a telephone interview said,”This is Indeed Very Good News and We will work hand in hand to wrestle the seats from BN”

A BN assemblyman said,” Bring Them ON..The Battle IS ON..

” ITS GETTING HOT…  DONT YOU THINK..??

 

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13 thoughts on “SNAP “AGI IDUP AGI NGELABAN”

  1. Nothings gonna stop us now and Taib you better watch out you better not cry as CHristmas is coming to Sarawak……

  2. If Dayaks are united,they can form a very powerful party like UMNO cos they form the majority of S’wak populations.They should be able to dminate politics of the states.SNAP,PRS,SPDP and some from PBB.Why are split apart ?

  3. Hah! Dayrel Jugol vs Jabu for Dun-Layar seat again! Not bad, a good fight too maybe a surprise giant killer who knows har har har!

  4. SNAP is back, the forceful whisper echoed across the rainforest of Borneo.

    The return of “Rentap” against the axis of evil which for almost 30 years had colonised and enslaved the minds and spirits of the rural poor?

    Through SNAP, Pakatan Rakyat will be in a stronger position to educate and free the predominantly poor Dayaks living in some of the most inaccessible parts of Sarawak from mental and economic slavery perpetrated by UMNO controlled BN.

    The battle of the rainforest to defeat UMNO hegemony and Taib’s empire has begun!

    Sarawak4Change! Vote Pakatan Rakyat!

  5. All the young Dayaks intellectuals currently in PBB, SPDP and PRS who are brave like “Rentap” and who can see for themselves how the Dayaks have been marginalised and neglected by BN should seriously think of quitting UMNO controlled BN and join SNAP to ensure the Bumiputras in Sarawak are on par with the Malays in term of preferential treatmeant. Even in the civil service, the Bumiputras in Sarawak form less than 10% as compared to more than 70% for the Malays.

    The statistic for places in higher education locally was also lop-sided between Malay bumiputras and Dayaks bumiputras. Whilst the affirmative policies such as the NEP only benefited less than 20% of the Malays in West Malaysia, the situation in Sabah and Sarawak are worse with less than 5% of the bumiputras benefited in the East Malaysian states.

    These are the result of blatant mismanagement of resources, funding and wealth distribution. The schemes of the development showed a systematic pattern in siphoning and squandering the people’s money in the 53 years of UMNO controlled BN government rule.

    The window of opportunity is now wide open in SNAP for all young Dayaks intellectuals to work with the DAP, PKR and PAS in Pakatan Rakyat.

    Sarawak4Change. Dayaks4Change. Save Sarawak. Save Malaysia.

    • yes yes good slogan for the upcoming state election

      “Save Sarawak, Save Malaysia! Time for change!”

      “Save Sarawak, Save Malaysia! Time for change!”

      “Save Sarawak, Save Malaysia! Time for change!”

      “Save Sarawak, Save Malaysia! Time for change!”

  6. There are two important and urgent things that SNAP needs to do. SNAP needs to strengthen its Administration and Communication while embarking on a robust selection of qualified and credible candidates who are able to quickly embrace the new role of working with Pakatan Rakyat and bring immediate added value to the party.

    Activate all previous branches and establish an actively manned service centre in all constituencies where it has support base. Ensure transparency and competency in its administrative procedures.

    Communicate effectively to its supporters and rural voters that SNAP is not against the government or anti- government. Let it be known that SNAP is partnering Pakatan Rakyat and is against the UMNO controlled BN government led by Taib Mahmud in Sarawak, which had delivered less than 30% of all its promises to the rural communities and citizens in the last 48 years of governing Sarawak.

    As a result of UMNO controlled BN government mismanagement of fund, resources and blatant corruptions, leakages and wastages and cronyism, and the wicked intention of Taib Mahmud to keep the rural Dayaks in perpetual poverty and confined them to begging for subsidies and grants, the people need a new government to protect their interests and ensure speedy and systematic developments are brought to the door step of the rural poor and farmers.

    In Pakatan Rakyat, the people have a choice now and they don’t need another 5 years of empty promises from UMNO controlled BN government when the people had already wasted 48 years.

  7. Michael Manyin should have a quiet moment with his God if he has one, for threatening to terminate the services of Tribal leaders or Tuai Rumah for supporting the Opposition. He should be castrated by his own community if there is such a ritual to punish leaders who betrayed his own people by ensuring his people remain poor and backward perpetually by working in cohort with the paramount pirate of Borneo Mr Taib Mahmud by exploiting and intimidating them into subservient and mindless loyalty.

    The educated Bidayuh and intellectuals should condemn him in the strongest words for his disparaging remark. He is treating all BN appointed Tuai Rumah as fools and use them as tools to ensure Taib Mahmud remains in power through rural votes.

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