BN/Pakatan”Knowing the Truth..??”

Everyone of us loves to be shown factual and truthful accounts. There are instances when some are put together to create a “perception”where it will captivate the audience and readers into believing what they read are nothing but the truth.  


 Certainly not and we are educated enough to judge the legitimacy of reports filed and not purely written to exploit the Naiveties of us Poor readers out in the blogsphere. Every action there is a reaction and our minds must not be polluted into caving into any article which does deserve to be given even a glance through again.

The Pakatan likewise the BN has blamed many spin doctors and unethical journalists from spreading unnecessary lies,allegations and a hosts of stories. There are truths too but many are not willing to FACE THE MUSIC AND THE CONSEQUENCES.

Over the past few days the attacks on CM Taib has been incessant and it seems the Chief Political Secretary Abdul Karim Hamzah has been dragged in and he has been the subject of much ridiculed,blamed and even called a moron by some. We will posts the following articles below and you will be the judge of it all. 

In order to do justice to our article though we do not have much journalistic background as commented by some but we would like to share what we know. The truth of every reporting is to seek a statement  from those who are aggrieved or wrongly perceived.

No point in just making it “rolled over a hundred fold” as according to a veteran editor it will be forgotten very quickly. The “SHELF LIFE” is short but political parties tend to overuse and most do not know how to create diversions or a NEW PAGE.

Are we with Karm Hamzah? He is a friend in politics and we do disagree on a lot of issues but when we see wrong we try to put it right.

We are not righteous as we told the PKR Information Chief See Chee How yesterday and we also do not want to be termed the “Third Force’.It is our right to fight for the right justice and the truth. We do not want to over sensationalise as if we do many say our articles are ‘not like a spade is a spade“.

We know that Politics is Perception but there are limits too.

We sms Karim Hamzah at 1607 today and this was what we wrote,”YB u must hv been informed that u are the main topic of discussion at the moment

He replied at 1653,”audie61 I never give an interview to Free Swak Radio or Msiakini but I did was interviewd by a reporter from a National Paper.The Msiakini article was very much distorted.”

Many have earlier called and said to us,”Your friend is really in hot water now and is he doing this to be given a state cabinet posts in the next reshuffle? He is apple polishing too up the wrong tree? These and a lot of other rude and other unpublishable words which can and could ruin many a good man.

 He is no angel we know but please accord due respect to some who tries to do his job well. We always say,” If you are a streetsweeper do it well as the whole world will bestow upon you,”Here once lived a streetsweeper who swept it so clean that we can walk without shoes and it is because he puts dedication and commitment to his work.”


The articles which has circulated and has been on the tongues of many who follows politics closely:- 

We listen to the hilarious interview with YB Karim Hamza, the Chief Minister’s spokesman, explaining how he is not worried by blogs describing Taib’s wealth. He says he thinks it is “only fair” that the Chief Minister should take the opportunities of his office to become rich. {

This interview is unbelievable, unforgivable and unforgettable. Taib’s political secretary Abdul Karim Hamzah is saying that it is okay to amass wealth in office. Well, we need to tell him “No, it is not okay!” It is a crime, no matter whether he is in office for one day or 100 years.

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Obviously Abdul Karim Hamzah is either a MORON
So, after 40 years in the government, don’t you think he deserves to have some level of satisfaction, or some level of wealth that he could accumulate in the right way? Are you trying to tell me politicians must be poor? Only businessmen are allowed to be rich? That’s very unfair!

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12 thoughts on “BN/Pakatan”Knowing the Truth..??”

  1. sarawakiana says:

    Sounds like him looks like me and I will be the same in years to come. Start now and you will enjoy grabbing all the wealth before its too late..

  2. Mata Kuching says:

    A moron like Karim Hamzah would sell his wife and daughter to the thief minister, Taib Mahmud who is his boss if Karim can be assured to be the next thief minister of Sarawak.I will ask Karim to announce in the state mosque and also in Asa Jaya that Taib Mahmud the thief minister has been wrongly and unfairly accused of committing corruption and abuse of power and that Taib Mahmud has every right to make use of his office to plunder and loot Sarawak and making himself a multi billionaire. What about directors and divisional heads of all government departments, head of religious affairs and the police? So it is not a crime for these people to make use of their office to enrich themselves too?

    A moron like Karim Hamzah should be fed to the orang utan now that it has been exposed that the thief minister had also alienated about 700 acres of state land at 12th mile Semongok to his family.

    • KK Lau says:

      Sarawakians must be made aware of such things right at their doorsteps. I believe that if the Umno-led government and MACC do nothing, the people of Sarawak would revolt and vote against them (BN), but it is essential to keep highlighting such abuses continuously to remind Sarawakians that they are being robbed left, right and centre by the Taib family and their cronies with the connivance of the peninsular Umnoputras who treat them as ‘fixed deposit’ vote banks to hold onto political power.

      YES, Sarawakians must punish UMNO led BN and vote out every BN stogges in all the 71 state seats. Vote for new government to empower the rakyat and the rural poor. Vote for Pakatan! Vote ouT PBB, SPDP, PRS and SUPP. Kick them all out! We are no longer interested in Najib’s graft sandiwara.

  3. Jessie says:

    Malaysian company Sentiasa Maju has threatened a protesting Iban community with guns – police accused of collusion with the loggers

    KAMPUNG GRAN (SARAWAK), MALAYSIA. Sentiasa Maju, a Malaysian logging company operating in the state of Sarawak in Borneo, is being accused of intimidating protesting locals with guns. The locals from a native Iban community were defending their fruit and rubber trees against destruction by Sentiasa Maju’s bulldozers. According to Sarawak Report, villagers from Kampung Gran near Sri Aman said that an employee of Sentiana Maju waved a gun at them and announced that “the company has many gangsters it can deploy.” The incident reportedly took place on 4 December 2010. A short video sequence recorded on a mobile phone shows a Sentiasa Maju bulldozer driver equipped with a gun.

    According to witnesses from the Iban village, the Malaysian police refused to take notice of complaints lodged by the villagers and protected the Sentiasa Maju employees in a manner that runs counter to the law. There are further irregularities in respect of the logging company’s record with the Malaysian Companies Commission. Sentiasa Maju’s Companies Commission record fails to specify the company’s shareholders, despite the fact that it was registered in 1980 already.

    Companies Commission of Malaysia must explain the discrepancy in its record and why the shareholders of Sentiasa Maju could not be verified?

  4. Asri Rahman says:

    Is it not obvious that whenever a former Opposition die-hard pledged to support BN it was because he had financial problem? Gabriel Abit owed CIMB Bank RM1.8 million and then said he lost confidence in the PKR leadership. And also Patau Rubis, the founder of STAR who made known his support for BN during the last election. It was a common knowledge then that he had financial problem.

    KUCHING: The president of Sarawak Reform Party (Star) Dr Patau Rubis has been ordered by Kuching High Court to pay rent arrears at RM1,200 per month from November 1993 to May 2009 and an interest of 8% per annum on the outstanding arrears of rent from the date of this judgment until final payment.

    He is ordered to pay costs for the plaintiffs in the sum of RM30,000 by Judicial Commissioner Rhodzariah Bujang who heard the case.

    A former assistant minister, Patau was sued by Helen Chin Tshiew Hiong and Francesca Chin Siew Yin, daughters and joint administrators of the late Paul Chin Poh Luke.

    The case concerned a building which bears Chin’s name situated at third mile Bazaar, Jalan Penrissen, Kuching. The building consisted of two blocks containing six units of shop houses.

    The ground floor unit of a block in that building was used by Patau for his medical clinic since 1987, while his company, Pamacom Sdn Bhd, took up the first floor and his political party, Star – which he established after leaving Sarawak National Party – was on the second floor.

    For these premises, he paid RM1,200 per month to Chin who passed away on Jan 4, 1993. Patau continued to occupy the premises but stopped paying the RM1,200 rent in November of that year.

    The plaintiffs claimed that the RM1,200 was the monthly rental for the premises, but Patau vehemently denied the allegation.

    He said that it was instalments paid towards a full purchase price of the premises as orally agreed between Chin and himself.

    Chin’s children were not convinced there was such an agreement and filed legal action for possession of the premises, arrears of rent and mense profits against Patau.

    Documented evidence

    At the trial, receipts for payments of the RM1,200 were tendered as evidence. Photocopies of ledgers stating the alleged rentals received were also produced.

    According to Chin’s daughter, Francesca, the ledgers were found in her father’s office after he died.

    Said Rhodzariah: “There is no doubt in my mind and there should not be any because Patau did not dispute so, that there had been consistent payments of RM1,200 per month by Patau stretching back to 1985 for the premises.

    “Patau in his testimony in court consistently lamented the passing of his good friend which led to his present predicament in court.

    “He said his first understanding with Chin was he was to use his own money to complete the units he was to occupy later and then paid the RM1,200 per month as instalments for the purchase of the building which Chin agreed at RM200,000.”

    The judge said that Patau called his secretary, Bernadette Noty Tisen and one Lee Fah @ Lee Shak Fah, a mutual friend of his and Chin, to confirm about the arrangements he had with the deceased regarding the completion of the building, and the payment of the RM1,200 in the event he purchased it from Chin.

    Patau’s proof

    The plaintiffs’ counsel, Chan Siew Yan, submitted that the evidence presented by her clients showed proof of tenancy at will by the consent of Chin to Patau to occupy the premises by paying a monthly rental of RM1,200.

    Some of the receipts issued for the payment clearly stated that it was for the rental and neither Patau nor Bernadette, who was the one who paid the money and received the receipts on his behalf, disputed the description given on the receipts.

    Said Chan: “Evidence was also led to show an article published in the ‘Borneo Post’ on March 11 2010 and at the Star’s party website ( in which Patau was quoted in the newspaper to have said that heavy rentals have forced him to move the party’s headquarters to his residence.

    “Patau of course disputed the veracity of these statements but I am not convinced that he or the website had misrepresented the facts.

    “The probability is that from all the evidence presented by the plaintiff there was indeed a tenancy at will in place when he occupied the premises which means therefore that it was terminated upon the death of Chin.”

  5. Roland Lawai says:

    A group of representatives of the Berawans, Trings and Penans yesterday lodged a police report in Miri against Sarawak Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud over alleged “corrupt practices” in particular over the building of resort by Borsamulu Resort Sdn Bhd.

    God’s people have awaken and they are ready to lodge one or two police reports every week against Taib Mahmud for abuse of power and corruption.

    The Lord Almighty has answered our prayer that the corrupted regime and tyranny in Sarawak must be made to return all ill gotten wealth to all Sarawakians. We shall stand up and be counted and we shall vote for change in government and ensure Taib Mahmud and his group of thieves be investigated and charged for abuse of power and corruption by the Pakatan government.

  6. Bakrie says:

    We, the informed rakyat, have a dream and that dream does not include Taib, Najib and the UMNO controlled but incompetent and corrupted BN.

  7. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Ho :idea: Ho :idea: Ho :idea:
    :idea: Well said Respected Audie 61 n Crews ;) n all those BAD + CORRUPTED Politicians are actually ‘Rakyat’ No.1 enemy either from BN or Pakatan n ‘RAKYAT’ must votes for good one to represents them n Malaysia n not the Kangaroos + Frogs man!!!!! hahahahaha :lol:
    Ho :idea: Ho :idea: Ho :idea:

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