PBB “Shaking the Tree”

Believe it or not “Its Happening Again“says a PBB political secretary to audie61. Remember how those who showed as little bit of ambition within PBB were swept away while they hung on the branches of the tree. The likes of Abu Bakar,Leonard Linggi,Rony Assim all paid dearly and were all “COLD SHOULDERED” in PBB. The rests of the casts could not even be found in the history books as they were sent down to the abyss.

Taib under attack from within and outside the BN has not shown anysign of CRACKING. The scale of attacks on his personal wealth,family and other allegations has got him more determined. He has started to get the FOXES out of their HOLES and the assault on Taib has left him with only minor  scars. An aide even said he is in “High Spirits” knowing very well his own party PBB has carried out and followed his simple “tree shaking” concept.

The following weeks and months leading to the State Elections will see who will be standing next to him to carry the fight of PBB to the opposition. PBB has 35 seats and he will pick carefully who will win for the party and he knows that SUPP,PRS and SPDP as alliances in the coalition will be also hard pressed to deliver. 

The SB insider reports that the 2/3rd denial by the opposition is within reach as SPDP5,SUPP’s infighting has not tone down and PRS has 3″grey” areas. In total there will be 25 seats which are winnable by the Pakatan group with PBB surrendering at least 5 seats. {due to unhappiness in PBBs own rank and file} 

The goundswell has given rise to concerns for the Sarawak BN Chairman and he will not chance it going into the State elections. Taib has gone through many battles and this last”war” for him he needs all his able lieutenants and generals to come out unscathed. There is no guarantee but he will ensure that there will not be too many ‘SHOCKWAVES”

The Federal BN Najib will not want to interfere too much as it might just play into the hands of the opposition and even Taib and his Generals. THERE might be a BACKLASH …Najib will need his adminstration to give undivided support to the Sarawak BN or even a sign of unhappiness will seap a crack which will be difficult to patch back. BN will be the wiser to listening to the call of the ruling coalition or they will pay the price in the 13th GENERAL ELECTION.

Taib with 29 years in service will know how to fight one of  his lasts war.No matter what the negative remarks from all those who have seen the man”successful’in this era will anyone be able to ask him”What and How did he do it and remain so long in power.” Dont give me the usual answers. U said “$$$$$$ money but its more than that……..


7 thoughts on “PBB “Shaking the Tree”

  1. Mata Kuching says:

    PBB is doomed with one of the richest man in the world given the divine right to led the party as its president and Thief Minister of Sarawak.How could it be justified that the raykat of Sarawak have benefitted and progressed under this greedy and self serving pirate when more than 60 percent of Sarawakians are living in poverty and he has amassed Billions while working as CM with a monthly salary and allowance of not more than RM50,000 per month but for only 29 long years? Malaysians from both East and West Malaysia have expressed their utter disgust for this man and here is one article from Tunku Abdul Aziz :

    Tuesday, August 31

    Shocked by poverty of Dayak in Sarawak when there is so much wealth

    Written by: By TUNKU ABDUL AZIZ

    Although I have in my travels seen abject poverty in such diverse places asAddis Ababa, Dhaka, Dar es Salaam, Kolkata, Mumbai and Manila, I must confess to a feeling of utter revulsion and anger when confronted by stark deprivation in our supposedly well-governed and prosperous Malaysia.

    Comparison of poverty between Sarawak and Malaya

    The pockets of rural poverty in the Malay heartlands of Kedah, Perlis, Kelantan and Terengganu are islands of prosperity compared to the scene that churned my stomach and assailed my sense of guilt and outrage when I first ventured into the Iban long houses on the majestic Rejang.

    Little personal dignity left

    It is not enough that we have robbed them of their ancestral lands and impoverished them in the process, but we also felt constrained to strip them naked of any residual personal dignity that they might still have by introducing policies that have succeeded in reducing them to the fringes of mainstream economic life.

    The Dayak are the forgotten people?

    The Orang Asli tribes and the Orang Hulu, the Malays from the interior, have a great deal in common with their Dayak friends. For all we care, they are Malaysia’s forgotten people, but not quite. Whenever an election is underway, be it a by-election or a general election, they find themselves the centre of attention, in great demand by the rich and powerful, all claiming to love and care for them.

    The Dayak votes were bought by BN

    Before the day is out, they are the proud possessors of a handful of crisp 50 ringgit notes. Four or five hundred ringgit is a princely sum to them, a king’s ransom, no less, in exchange for their votes. If some of them have become cunning, manipulative supplicants and sacrificed their values for a fistful of ringgit, remember it is we who have corrupted them.

    They almost lost their value system

    Years of exposure to extreme poverty and unbridled exploitation have rendered many of these once proud and noble people, nature’s gentlemen, inured and insensitive to their own traditional values and value systems. They are reduced to living from hand to mouth, on handouts, from day to day.

    The Dayak trusted their Government too much

    What a tragedy to befall a people whose only sin is to trust those sworn to protect their native rights. They are bewildered to find themselves dispossessed, as their land is taken away without as much as “by your leave” for commercial exploitation by the towkay friends of the powerful.

    We who are strong need to help the Dayak

    Talking to many of them, the Ibans, I mean, I believe the only way we can restore their pride and dignity is by providing opportunities for regular employment. We are dealing with an ancient people with a distinctive culture. Even those among them whose lives have taken on an urban aspect continue to cling strenuously to their traditional practices. We who are strong have a duty to help the weak by not foisting on the Ibans and others our culture of corruption and other despicable practices.

    Corruption in Sarawak is higher then that of Indonesia during election

    Some years ago, an Indonesian anti-corruption activist friend of mine visited our country during the 11th general elections, as part of a privately funded election observer mission. His group spent a great deal of time in Sarawak and Sabah and told me that he was shocked by the scale of vote buying.

    Election corruption is beyond expectation

    I was greatly embarrassed by his revelation because at an anti-corruption conference in The Hague at which I was invited to speak and he was a participant some two months earlier, I had said that while vote buying was rampant in party elections, the practice was unknown in general and state elections.

    I was unbelievably naïve to believe the Barisan Nasional government propaganda. The scale of vote-buying must have been so massive as to shock my Indonesian anti-corruption fighter, used as he was to living and working in a corruption-infested nation. It is not that easy to shock an Indonesian over a corruption issue. But unlike Malaysia, Indonesia is on the mend as far as fighting corruption is concerned. In Malaysia, on the contrary, it is in indecently robust health.

    Poverty is caused by Government corruption

    Malaysia is blessed with rich natural resources and poverty as we have seen in Sabah, Sarawak, Kedah, Perlis, Kelantan and Terengganu can only be explained in terms of governance grounded on corruption and political excesses. When we look at the personal wealth accumulated by Chief Minister Taib of Sarawak at one extremity and the Ibans at the other, one begins to wonder what the future holds for Malaysia. I am not at all sanguine.

    The thieving and plundering by the Government must stop

    The thieving and plundering by those in power must stop because, as history tells us, it is only a matter of time before the forbearance of the long suffering poor takes on an ugly aspect, with consequences too dreadful to contemplate. The Government of Malaysia and the state governments of Sabah and Sarawak in particular can alleviate poverty by governing in the sole interest of the people. Najib’s people first is under close public scrutiny.

  2. Mata Kuching says:


    Taib says, ” if people disciplined and focused, Sarawak can be richest state by 2030.”

    If Taib Mahmud had managed to make himself the richest man in Sarawak one year after becoming the 4th and longest serving chief minister of Sarawak, it shows Sarawak could have been the richest state with its timber revenue alone plus 5% royalty from Petronas when Taib’s uncle and mentor ,Abdul Rahman Yakub was the 3rd chief minister. It was totally rubbish for Taib now to say that Sarawak can be the richest state by 2030. It shows Taib should rightly belong to where Trinekens dispose of the trash they collected.

    Sarawakians now have no choice but to take national politic and state election seriously and vote out UMNO controlled BN government and Taib Mahmud and all his thieves.

    We must change and change we can. We must help our rural brothers and sisters who are still living in poverty after almost 50 years of BN rule, to free themselves of mental slavery and the colonisation of UMNO controlled BN government.

    Let us say to Taib Mahmud, “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH”. Kick him and BN Sarawak out. Vote Pakatan.

    • Ronnie says:

      How many Sarawakians does this white Crocodile lair think he can bluff? Between 1981 after becoming CM and 1987 , he has already invested hundred of millions worth of prime properties in Ottawa, Seattle and London. Taking into account that his uncle Abdul Rahman Yakub, had also looted Sarawak’s wealth by hundred of millions before he handed over the reign to Taib, Sarawak was definitely already the richest state in Malaysia before 1980. Now the damed crocodile is asking for another 20 years of power for him to steal till 2030?? Taib Mahmud must be punished severely and made to return all the loots to Sarawak.

  3. Anti-Kleptocracy says:

    Any vote to PBB, SUPP, PRS and SPDP is a proxy to TAIB continuous plundering of Sarawak wealth !!!

    Any vote to PBB, SUPP, PRS and SPDP is a proxy to TAIB continuous plundering of Sarawak wealth !!!

    Any vote to PBB, SUPP, PRS and SPDP is a proxy to TAIB continuous plundering of Sarawak wealth !!!

  4. Anti-Kleptocracy says:

    Please PUT A STOP to Taib’s “immoral activities” by voting BN out from Sarawak.

    Please PUT A STOP to Taib’s “immoral activities” by voting BN out from Sarawak.

    Please PUT A STOP to Taib’s “immoral activities” by voting BN out from Sarawak.

    Aram Meh Berubah !!!

  5. Asri Rahman says:

    From all Sarawakians to BN ADUNs. READ our lips, ” WHAT WE GIVE WE CAN TAKE BACK ”

    The people’s vote should be the most powerful element in any democratic government. The whole government is indebted to the mandate given by the people. It is the people who have full ownership of the government. What the people give, they can rightfully it take back. The elected candidates owe the people (not Taib) their allegiance.

    Ingat betul- betul! The people of Sarawak decides and it is not for Najib, UMNO, PBB, SPDP, PRS, SUPP and all their stooges to decide if Taib stays.

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