“916 Hallucination Still..??”

The sms from a friend who has migrated overseas asked us to check on the two articles which we posted on 24th September 2008 and 24th September 2009. Still after so much has been written it seems that the Sarawak State elections Saturday date is still far off.

 A 1st term BN YB said to us this morning,’ I just have to continue to visit my rural constituency diligently without anymore fear  as I have not neglected them in any way. I am ready anytime when its called and its a foregone conclusion that it has to be held after the term expires for the DUN. There will still be a DUN sitting in November and not unless there is a SNAP Sarawak polls held as far as he is concerned.’

The article which appeared on this day on 24th  September 2009 reads:-Sarawak Opposition Parties “Look At the Lists”

In the last few months let alone last few weeks a lot has been said about the Opposition parties or “Personalities” not seeing eye to eye.The “PAKATAN” concept in Sarawak will be a failure or it will be justs a mere ” ..HALLUCINATION..”

Correct me if I am wrong BUT its not so much the Pakatan parties of PKR,DAP and PAS but in Sarawak it seems that the EGOs of certain individual/individuals is a stumbling BLOCK says a Veteran Chinese politician to audie61 when we had lunch this afternnon.

In the Chinese newspapers its all news about SUPP having a “dirty war””hidden hands” interfering in the Dudong branch controversy. DAP Sarawak are rubbing their hands as if the 4d Jackpot of 20 million is theirs.   

PAS Sarawak are claiming around 25 over seats  too while DAP has claimed cheekily 27 seats and that leaves 19 seats for PKR. What about the local based opposition party SNAP..?? Hmmm this is interesting but we do not want to be attacked without any reason and its bests for the leaders to wake up and look closely at the lists below which we first posted November 30th 2008. Make up your minds or else no matter what you say BN WILL BE VICTORIOUS..

PERSONAL POLITICAL EGO NEEDS TO BE CHECKED OR THE TEAM BN or PAKATAN SUFFERS….The people will have the FINAL SAY..Too much infighting will see that the partys show is “THE END”

  • 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.

Just in case you forgot the mathematics we bring you back in time,”It was so near yet so far as in 1987 it was 48 constituencies the opposition wrestle 20 out of 28 and now there are 71 seats. A state women oppposition leader told audie61 a couple of months ago and it is still very fresh in my mind,” They will not be another better chance for us to realise this dream of wrestling the state from BN. 1987 was close but now we need to work even harder” Could the States oppositions HALLUCINATION turn to Reality……. 

The 24th of September 2008 article :-

All is not lost…. Its like saying Malaysia has 6 seasons Anwar,”Hot,Hotter,Hottest and Wet ,Wetter,Wettest” When this Malaysiakini report http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/90327 headlined Anwar changes tune,deadline not an issue a political analyst said its a way of saying,” Hold on.! I am consolidating my forces for the final push.” The decisive battle is nearer as the so called informants have been identified and the minute details are to be ironed out before the takeover. A matter of time sounds better don’t you think instead of issuing deadlines. 

Everyone has fallen to LOVE 916 and not one person can say that it was not a “BRILLIANT POLITICAL PROPAGANDA”  

This very important political message by Anwar,” The deadline was Sept 16 – Sept 16 was the date we were ready and we have made it very clear (but) who could anticipate that the prime minister would refuse to discuss (matters) of national importance – who could anticipate (that the) prime minister would refuse calling an emergency (parliament) session when we claim we have the majority,” is like overturning a defeat to sustain another round of attack. His wise counsellors have already preempted that the PM and the UMNO boys have said all along that,” In the long run we shall overcome.” Anwar knows for well that Malaysia has 6 seasons and he will strike at the wettest season when UMNO thinks they are comfortably home.

When the PRS crisis was at its highest peak the then former YB of Simanggang Jimmy Donald was told by the then Deputy Minister in PMs office YB Joseph Entulu that ,” We shall overcome and you all will be WIPED OUT and FINISHED in the long run.” This is politics…It’s getting there as the forces with YB Larry Sng are exhausted,morale has sunk,programmes have been done without much headway, too much distress and insecurities promised and some of the generals are seen to be holding a WHITE FLAG.

We have to face REALITY as the State and the Federal governments have acknowledged James Masing as the President of Party Rakyat Sarawak. Logically speaking,do we fight if the faction is not powerful enough,including disillusioned supporters with no strategies and no consistency..?

The worn out generals sees a stronger PRS would mean that the party will not have a”DURI DALAM DAGING” meaning “THORNS IN THE FLESH“. We cannot be like the ‘lallang” grass anymore. PRS needs to consolidate and be a force to be reckoned with instead of too much infighting.

Anwar knows that very well too. He has utilised all methods and political strategies to ”ROCK the BN Administration.” But Pak Lah has not wavered and keeps coming back to fight. He is not seating still as many has thought  that it will be a little too late for him. He was afterall,”ALWAYS SLEEPING”. PM is not just going to be pushed right down to the bottom of the sea and also not going to surrender UMNO’s position to PKR.

Now he shows his resolute self eventhough he is being cornered by not only Anwar but Mahathir,Najib,Muhyddin and Tengku. I would not even give him a ghost of a chance to come out of this battle alive. But he has studied all the moves made by Anwar and Najib that he survived this onslaught.

Anwar knows his credibility is tarnished and he has met up with his generals in DAP,PAS and PKR. They have said their points in the closed door meeting and Anwar has come out of it wiser. He needs to consolidate his forces and he needs the generals to fight alongside him and be more active yet careful with their attacks on BN leaders. The political situation is so fluid at the moment and any wrong moves by Pakatan will be tracked and quashed.

Anwar needs now to calculate meticulously his next move. There must be a comprehensive and detailed analysis of the mood in the country. Now the 916 has been called a big “LETDOWN” by most Malaysians. Anwars next political move needs to be one of dominance and he needs to attack the very core of BN alliances and disrupt their strategies until the WHITE FLAG is raised.

He needs ALSO to utilise all the wisdom of his generals in order to achieve his ultimate. The THRONE is there but at the moment he can only watch but cannot sit on it. MALAYSIABOLEHLAND loves this script with BN and Pakatan maximising the full potential of political means and ways…

Anwar I’m still waiting for you to look into my eyes and say,”6 seasons I TOLD YOU SO AUDIE…….” 

 Related:- http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/90277

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32 thoughts on ““916 Hallucination Still..??”

  1. Irene Kana says:

    Between an “egoistic”candidate and a candidate whom the rakyat feels only want to be in politics to enrich himself like what the BN boys are so accustomed to then I will choose to vote for the candidate whom his opponent referred to as being “egoistic”. That is if I have to choose between two Opposition candidates contesting in same seat.

    Whereas in a one on one fight between Pakatan and BN even if an Opposition candidate is not well liked by the rakyat, I will still choose a lesser devil in Pakatan than the devil in BN.

  2. Mata Kuching says:

    Seats jostlings is just one of the strategies of Pakatan. They know where are their respective weaknesses not so much on party structure or strength but their own respective potential candidates. No party should rightly claim for a seat without having a candidate that satisfy the stringent selection process of Pakatan Council. If ever a Pakatan candidate is perceived or believed to be interested in enriching himself or herself then he should be offering himself/herself to BN or contest as an Independent.Such candidate has no business to be in Pakatan platform and will be rejected outright by the rakyat. If elected he or she will be most likely to be bought over by BN.

    If PKR is trying to model itself like PBB which is contest in 35 seats, to want to have a lion share of the 71 seats, it will likely kill its opportunity to win more seats besides causing tension in the Pakatan coalition. I feel SNAP and PAS should be given 10 to 12 seats respectively to contest on condition that they too have credible and qualified candidates who show commitment, conviction and the moral integrity to be worthy of representing the rakyat under the Pakatan platform.

    • Bartholomew says:

      There are many political leaders from PAS and DAP to emulate especially in West Malaysia. The DAP lawmakers in Sarawak too have shown good examples of been people centric and committed to the cause for a just and equitable Malaysia

  3. Ah Beng says:

    When the current system is in total shamble and heading down to the level of gutter politics we should only focus on getting Pakatan elected for now and shall monitor their performance after kicking out the present corrupted government.

    • Asri Rahman says:

      Thats right. We should follow what the voters in Penang, Kedah, Perak, Kelantan and Selangor did by kicking out UMNO dominated BN government. If the Pakatan government is not performing and found to be just as corrupted and abusive like BN we can still vote for a new coalition in the future.

  4. SK Subramaniam says:

    PKR will be perceived to be greedy or could be actually greedy for power like PBB if it insists to contest more than 30 seats for the State Assembly. Having said that smaller parties in Pakatan Sarawak now such as PAS and SNAP should also work on attracting more qualified, educated and professional people to join them for GE13. PERS which surfaced just recently and have yet to register its party may as well park their candidates in SNAP and PAS if they are sincerly and genuinely interesting to help Sarawak get rid of Taib Mahmud and UMNO dominated BN government. By contesting as Independents in all 71 seats is nothing more than political extortion.

  5. Bee Sie Khung says:

    …N56 Baleh (9731) Dr. James Jemut Masing (BN-PRS)
    …N54 PELAGUS (13898) Larry Sng Wei Shien (BN-PRS)

    Both YB Larry and YB James must contest each other in either DUN seat.

    Final countdown – YB Larry VS. YB James…what a match you might say, eh!!!

    • kpt99 says:

      James Masing should have the courage like Taib to change his constituency and contest in Pelagus after expelling Larry Sng.All eyes are on how that seat will be solved between Taib and James M.Sng still serves as Adun of Pelagus with large support despite another new pelahus branch has set up by James recently.Most of his loyal supporters are still backing strongly and pledged to swim or sink with him together.

  6. Stupid People says:

    SNAP should be given more attention and helps from PR. No matter how it suffered these years, it is still a well remembered party in the politic of Sarawak since joining Malaysia. Do not ignore its many influence and grass-root supports especially in native and Dayak areas. Giving them the required recognition and help will definitely give you your required support and cooperation to struggle against BN Sarawak.

    • Danny Michael says:

      SNAP should earn its stripe and respect as a new partner of Pakatan. Its past is not important and the rakyat will be assessing SNAP based on its present leadership and its commitment to the Pakatan cause. So far SNAP’s current president does not appear to be an intelligent and wise politician each time he opens his mouth. He should make way for a younger and more vibrant leader in order to attract more younger, qualified and educated members to join the party.

  7. Ho Ho Ho says:

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  8. kpt99 says:

    How bloggers make money through blogging ?.What benefits do they get besides writing for sharing and improving ones knowledge ?.Is they any monetary rewards ?.Hpefully Audie61 and teams can share some of their experiences after blogging for so long.

  9. Chan Brothers says:

    It was reported in the Sunday Star, 29 November 2009, that 60% of government allocations – running into billions of ringgit – meant for vital infrastructure projects between 2002 and 2008 have been misappropriated or “leaked elsewhere”. It meant that only 40% of the money allocated by the Government were spent on the projects.

    According to the newspaper, the claim was made by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) deputy commissioner, Datuk Zakaria Jaffar.

    It was reported that the projects involved infrastructure construction for roads, housing schemes and mosques, among other things.

    Datuk Zakaria said MACC investigation found that many of these projects were poorly implemented while some had not even begun despite the fact that the Government had already channelled the money for them.

    Datuk Zakaria said the MACC found that there were fake claims made by officials and contractors involved in these projects.

    The moral story of this scandal is the Sarawak Government has lost control over his administration. This is shown by the Sarawak Cabinet has orded an internal investigation into claims made by the MACC.

    Deputy Chief Minister, Tan Sri Dr George Chan Hong Nam said the internal audit department would carry out a detailed probe into the allegations.

    We just “keep in touch” with a very good remark made by Dr Chan in the newspaper…”This is goverment money that comes from taxpayers. If indeed funds from the Government meant for projects for the rakyat and the poor had been misappropriated, the state government wants action taken”.

    A year had passed and Datuk Zakaria has also been promoted to be the Commissioner of MACC. Malaysians in Sarawak want to know what forms of actions will be taken by MACC. WE want Pakatan to follow up closely on this revelation by Datuk Zakaria himself. All the culprits must be brought to book.

  10. Lee Hui says:

    Sarawak Chinese unbowed by Taib’s threat
    Filed under: Human rights,Politics,corruption — Hornbill Unleashed @ 12:00 PM
    Tags: Sarawak, Save Sarawak, Barisan Nasional, SUPP, Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia

    By Joe Fernandez

    The Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP), in trouble with Chinese voters in particular since 2006, is being told that the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) will be able to form the next state government even without a single seat contribution from it. This is the message going out to the party from Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud who has to call state polls by the middle of next year.

    Taib’s message is based on the fact that SUPP will be allocated as usual only 19 of the 71 state seats at stake. The party lost eight seats at the last outing in 2006. The Bumiputera-based Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) will take the lion’s share at 35, Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) nine and Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) eight.

    The politically naïve BN minus SUPP theory is somehow expected to bring the party (SUPP) and Chinese voters, in Taib’s reckoning, to their senses. The implication is that the Chinese would have no representation in the state government, for the first time since independence, if SUPP is rejected at the polls.

    The fact that the Chinese are not in the least perturbed by such arguments is being overlooked as not politically expedient. The Chinese, and Taib, know that it’s only a matter of time before others follow in their footsteps especially from among the better educated Bidayuh, Orang Ulu and the Malays.

    The repercussions will be there especially for the PBB which has a vice-like grip on Sarawak. Already, even the Iban – plagued by low literacy levels — are being threatened by PBB leaders “not to even think about deserting the ruling coalition”. It’s not surprising why no one in PBB thinks of threatening voters from the other better educated communities.

    Chinese voters patently feel it’s pointless being represented in the state government if it means nothing for them in the end and the state, but only the ageing crop of self-serving leaders at the helm of SUPP and PBB. The younger leaders in SUPP are also up in arms against the lack of renewal, transition, change and reform within the party for many decades.

    SUPP had a chance to renew its membership and leadership several times in the past to attract the younger Chinese in particular, but each time refused to do so. The unpopular George Chan, whose daughter is married to Taib’s son, continues to lead SUPP to its certain doom in an “all in the family” scenario.

    The Chinese have also seen that they are losing out enormously, with Taib and his family, relatives and cronies having a finger in the economic pie everywhere in the state.

    Ali Baba syndrome

    Although they concede that they have been noted since the inception of the New Economic Policy (1970-1990) for the infamous Ali Baba syndrome – the Malay Ali selling government projects to the Chinese Baba for a quick commission – they worry that the corruption level in the state has now breached the stratosphere.

    The economy, they point out rightly, is no longer about Ali Babaism which saw the Malay Ali getting anything between 5% and 15% commission for securing government projects for the Chinese business community (Baba). Instead, politicians in the ruling coalition are now awarding themselves, through nominees, government procurements and projects – under the guise of development – and selling them at twice, thrice or even up to 10 times what the Chinese Baba gets without paying out the usual 5% to 15% commission to the Malay Ali. The Chinese see this notorious “skim cepat kaya” (quick money scheme), fostered by PBB in general and Taib in particular, as being infinitely worse than any Ali Baba scam presided over in the past by SUPP.

    The politically savvy and better educated urban Chinese voters know that government money is theirs as well, in fact most of it, and they are not going to allow the ruling coalition to continue to get away with raiding the public treasury at will.

    There are many other social and economic issues confronting the Chinese community in Sarawak. However, the resolution of these issues hinges on the community subscribing to an agenda for change and reform in Sarawak after nearly half century of the same coalition in power. The immediate beneficiary, as in Sabah and Peninsular Malaysia, is likely to be Lim Kit Siang of the DAP. He has undoubtedly emerged as the undisputed leader of the Chinese in Malaysia.

    The bottomline is that BN’s long years in power, in particular Taib’s, has seen the emergence of a political structure and system which has allowed gross abuse of power and unfettered access to public money to the detriment of the state. The Chinese feel that enough is enough as evident from the continuing debate in cyberspace.

    Unlike the Bumiputera, the Dayak in particular, the Chinese are on their own in the urban areas of Sarawak and feel free from the dependency syndrome hoisted on the rest of the electorate by BN’s long years in power.

    If anything, Taib’s subtle threats have made the Chinese in Sarawak more defiant than ever and it will be anybody’s guess whether SUPP can even retain its Bidayuh and other Dayak seats. The hope is that the party will be able to retain Opar, Bengoh, Simanggang and Engkilili. However, according to most analysts, both Opar and Bengoh are among the Bidayuh seats where the party is vulnerable to a great extent.

    Black or grey

    The remaining 15 seats are considered either “black” or “grey” areas as the Chinese make up the majority. Black areas are where the Chinese form 70% or more and grey areas are those with higher non-Chinese voters.

    The eight seats considered black are Pending, Padungan, Batu Lintang, Kota Sentosa, Meradong, Bukit Assek, Kidurong and Repok.

    The seven grey seats are Batu Kawa, Bawang Assan, Palawan, Dudong, Piasau, Senadin and Pujut.

    If SUPP ends up winning only a couple of Dayak seats, that will be the final nail in the coffin for the party to claim to represent not only the Chinese but the Dayak as well. The other parties in the Sarawak BN, that is, PRS and SPDP, besides PBB, will lay claim to SUPP’s Dayak seats. The Chinese seats could be easily divided between PRS and SPDP which are both ostensibly multiracial but Dayak-based, but it’s unlikely that Taib will allow it.

    SUPP Youth chief Sih Hua Tong sees a ray of hope if the party identifies candidates which can win at least some seats for it to enjoy continued representation in the state Cabinet and government.

    So, the question of changing the leadership cannot be entertained now, according to him, but at the triennial delegates conference which should be held by the end of next year.

    Members and leaders chaffing for change in the party and voters have heard such talk before. -FMT

  11. Bidayuh Headmaster says:

    The Dayaks are beginning to realise that it is totally pointless to be represented in the BN government led by Taib and a bunch of useless Dayak leaders in the like of Jabu, Mawan, Masin and Mangin . The last 48 years of BN rule have clearly seen the Dayaks been marginalised, deprived of even basic amenities, socio economic development and having their NCR land been taken away under different forms of development disguise.

  12. Mata Kuching says:

    Sarawakians have everything to gain and nothing to lose by rejecting UMNO controlled BN government completely and sending Taib Mahmud and his gang of thieves to the abyss. It is time to take back our power from an ungrateful government that has instead plundered our wealth and rob us of our only dream of becoming a prosperous nation with prosperous citizens when we formed Malaysia with Sabah, Singapore and Malaya.

    Today we can only envy Singapore and hate ourselves for being stupid for mindlessly vote in a highly corrupted regime that divide our people and nation for the past 48 years. It is never too late to wake up from our slumber and never too late to say sorry to our children and grandchildren for depriving them of a bright future as well.

    United as Sarawakians we shall stand up and be counted.Together as a race known as Malaysian we shall say Enough Is Enough to UMNO controlled BN government. WE must change. We shall vote for Pakatan.

  13. Ronnie says:

    Sarawak Chinese unbowed by Taib’s threat .

    All Sarawakians, the Orang Ulu, Penan, Melanaus, Malays, Ibans and Bidayuh should be unbowed by Taib’s threat as well. WE are the ones who gave him the power to rule and administer our state and bring prosperity to our people. Instead he betrayed us with the help of a highly corrupted federal leaders and our leaders in SUPP, PRS, PBB and SPDP to enrich himself, family and cronies in the last 30 years. Before that his uncle Rahman Yacub did the same and robbed and stole our wealth.

    It is time to vote them out and vote for a new government in Pakatan.

  14. kpt99 says:

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  15. Mata Kuching says:


    This grand old thief minister is talking through his rear guard. In Sarawak politics, he is the absolute decision maker. Taib Mahmud is the government of Sarawak and the government in Sarawak is Taib Mahmud. A year after becoming the 4th thief minister of Sarawak in 1981after his uncle and mentor, Abdul Rahman Yacub(who served from 1971 to 1981), handed over the reign of power to him, he was already the richest man in Sarawak. Every single log exported from Sarawak has to go through his family’s company named Archipelago Shipping Sdn Bhd so that he would know precisely how much commissions the timber concession holders owed him. According to an interview with a former Sabah chief minister, Taib personally takes RM30 ($12) from each cubic meter of timber cut in the state.

    At the top of the hierarchy is the minister of resource planning, who has sole discretion to give out logging concessions. Taib finds the time to hold this portfolio himself, along with that of thief minister. Under the law, he can grant concessions to anyone he wants: relatives, friends, political associates, or nominee shareholders – people who hold concessions on behalf of secret beneficiaries. The concessions are granted free of charge, and the holder isn’t required to know the difference between a live tree and a telephone pole. From 21 million hectares of timber then it is now left with about 1.8 million hectares. With the fast depleting timber resources, Taib begun grabbing NCR lands for plantations about 10 years ago and almost all mega infrastructure and construction projects funded by the government were awarded to his family and cronies companie, such as CMS Sdn Bhd, Titanium Sd Bhd, Press Metal Sdn Bhd, Naim Candera Sdn Bhd, Kumpulan Parabena Sdn Bhd

    Taib Mahmud has no private army, but he runs the closest thing to a Malaysian political fiefdom. Kuala Lumpur leaves the Sarawak thief minister alone in return for keeping the state sweet at election time. The use of timber rent to further national and state political objectives is also important. As Chief Minister Taib Mahmud stated succinctly, “‘Sarawak politics is timber politics'” (FEER 1987). Since the early 1970s, Sarawak has unofficially delivered to the national ruling party a share of Sarawak’s timber rent. The rent is used by the national ruling party both for political expenditures at election time and for financing the business objectives of ruling party-linked conglomerates.

    Now the thief minister are eyeing the construction of 12 dams , all of which will be awarded to his family companies which will act as the front for jv with overseas companies. Taib is also looking forward to plundering and robbing Sarawak for another 10 to 20 years by initiating SCORE which will have a conservative project value of RM380 billion.

  16. Lee Hui says:

    BTN deputy director Hamim Husin told a Puteri Umno closed-door function today that Malay rights is a mandate to rule the country and in his derogatory remark aimed at the Chinese and Indian,“The ‘si mata sepet’ that has never gone to a mosque or surau only has one vote. The ‘si botol’ that only knows how to go up to Batu Caves up and down only has one vote,” said Hamim.

    Is this the 1Malaysia that MIC,PPP, Gerakan, MCA and SUPP want the non Malays to believe and support? Being lain2 and irrelevant in the book of UMNO, the rest of the bumis in Sarawak and Sabah are spared the constant disparaging insults.

  17. kpt99 says:

    A close aide of George Lagong SMS to all his supporters in Baleh saying his Boss will splash 5-6 million in coming SE to wipe out James Masing in Baleh.It’s a simple battle, needless to campaign,1st pay RM 50 to all voter,about 9000+ then the deal is if GL win another RM 450 will be paid to every voter regardless of BN or his own.That sounds very interesting.A family of 10 should receive 5000 if GL win.This is what the Iban say Lawan main gantung duit.

  18. Anti-Kleptocrats says:

    GL is also Sng faction. Interesting fight with JJM. This is nothing to do with real intention to develop the area, but more to “balas dendam” as proxy to Sng faction on what JJM done to them.

    Based on $$$ factor, JJM had a slim chance to fight unless Taib pour more $$$ to him with the condition he further split the Dayaks.


    easy to read this people’s mind today.

    • kpt99 says:

      Taib does not care much about the internal problems of his coalition party like SPDP and SUPP.He like to see these mosquito parties varnish as soon as possible.

  19. Thomas says:

    Let not the coming state election be turned into a personal fued between two or more Ibans, two or more Bidayuhs or two or more Orang Ulu in any one seat. This election is all about what Sarawakians want and about what the UMNO controlled BN led by thief minister Taib Mahmud has failed all Sarawakians in the last 47 years.

    Let the election be the mother of all battles between Pakatan and Taib’s BN.Let it be an election to choose between good governance, shared prosperity and corruption or Taib’s politics of enriching himself, family and cronies.

    Its either Pakatan or BN. Vote wisely. As for urban seats the result has been decided by the majority Chinese voters.

    • George Jimmy says:

      Do not be narrow minded and allow BN’s many years of indoctrination that divide all races for UMNO led BN’s benefit that prevent the tyrant from being defeated. We must not even think that a Pakatan’s candidate is not a local guy or woman. It is his conviction and commitment to the cause of Pakatan to liberate the enslavery of Sarawakians that matters. If you want to defeat the evil of Taib Mahmud and save Sarawak vote for Pakatan regardless of its candidates.

      Save Sarawak Vote Pakatan.

  20. Anti-Kleptocrats says:


    That’s true, but that’s what Taib is playing to split the Dayaks vote to make them remains weak. That’s why he will put Sng in Pelagus against masing camp.

    Masing is nobody without Taib backing. Period.

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