“NCR” Sarawak Syndrome 2011

The groundswell which will somewhat affect the balance for the Sarawak ruling BN coalition will be of course the NCR land issue. Over the past few months the subject is like taboo and opposition voices have been heard by harping continously to win the people over. It’s an issue which has been repackaged to suit the mood of the people and even the courts have been listening. You know very well and the stage is set. Now what..?

Surely, the State BN will not be affected. It seems though the opposition now is not only made up ” recycled faces “but has a mixture of very new,vibrant and very determined group. Their main focus is getting down to local issues and attacking the YBs and their report cards. 

The  CM Taib is the main target but it is only a guise so that the BN YBs will be caught flat-footed and lay the blame on the ” top man ” Without a doubt some of them are using the NCR issues protect their own interests.

A little tweet from a ‘nothern voice” said to audie61 and this is his very own words,” After the BN convention, one of the very top leader, is very concern about Sarawak.Not sure our Sarawak leaders have adopted to the new political reality or not.”

 It’s clear and the signals are very clear” What happens in Peninsular Malaysia will not affect Sarawak. Sarawak has too many localised issues and the the main culprit remains the selfish needs and the over powering of certain individuals and warlords who sees that their ‘ human property’ will not and must not be compromised.

The headline NCR Syndrome 2011 will be the candidates lists for BN. NCR in this context the incumbent would proudly say we will know how to deal with NCR land and other issues and on our part there is “NO CASE REPLACING” any of us.

That really defeats the warcry by Najib,”winnable candidates” our little nothern tweet continued,” najib said are they winnable candidates? two terms ago, my feedback was, it not just about winning, are they going to be good and effective salesman for BN or not, generally. Now we are feeling the effect.

Some of the YBs are so self-centred even though they have served more than three terms and giving way eventhough they have outlived their usage does not bother them. Furthermore they tend to use the grassroots to go on a signature campaign which is an overused and unrealistic way of promoting themselves to the top BN leadership.

They will say we will have the money and machinery at our disposal and opposition will not make any headway. Are they kidding themselves or just protecting their bastion. Najib and Taib knows very well that times have changed but some of these NCR YBs are but using too much of their past glories for the present situation.

Without a doubt BN can use their propaganda to their fullest and if not BN will be stupid. Pakatan will do likewise and propaganda aside its the  “CANDIDATES” which the people will tick and put in office.

Every constituency in Sarawak is unique in its own way and every team player must know what is in store and why they have chosen to stand on that coalitions ticket. Some independants are successful as they know how to win the hearts of the people in the constituency. Nothing is by luck as no one goes into a political campaign ” NOT TO WIN ”   

BN Commander in Chief Najib has already clearly led out a deafening warcry,” ITS NOT BUSINESS AS USUAL BUT BUSINESS UNUSUAL” NCR YBs SARAWAK needs to just see whether they are still relevant or wanted by the people on the ground or the party. No use clingling on to false hopes and working hard now when it should have been constantly been carried out. 

Your time is up NCR YBs and there is not much use in politiking as the report cards have been seen and last minute ‘cry baby’ syndrome will not work. BN will not sacrifice just to please a few while the majority voices are blaring loud and clear.   

Pakatan infighting in Peninsula will have little or no effect whatsover to the Sarawak local scene.It goes without saying the BN leadership from the top to the bottom must have the ‘commaraderie” feeling or BN will LIVE TO REGRET.

The then VP and now Deputy President of PKR Azmin said,”If we go to an election with infighting we will surely not win. No way in the world will one win any election for that matter.”

BN its clear and NCR YBs will need to just need to give it to a “BETTER MAN ”   Mahathir said he doesn’t particularly like the song ,”MY WAY” in an interview recently as the first lyrics are “And now the end is near ” but NCR YBS should adopt it.


NCR to you YBs who have outlived your stay or replaced should be thankful that you have touched the hearts of your people but now its time to move on. The people knows who will be their representative and its no use if you are not on their favourite boxes to be ticked. 

My little nothern tweet ended by saying,” What do we expect what they would say. All the current Ybs feels they had NCR right on the seats.”

To all our readers/friends audie61 and crew wishes you all a Very meaningful New Year 2011 and may all your wishes come true. Stay Healthy and dont over politicise NCR . 

13 thoughts on ““NCR” Sarawak Syndrome 2011

  1. sarawakiana says:

    BN ybs will make sure and fight to their last drop to ensure that they will be renominated. Believe me.Anyway all politicians in power will be no different.

  2. Mata Kuching says:

    UMNO controlled BN which had allowed the thief minister Taib Mahmud to plunder and loot in Sarawak in the last 30 years for as long as he delivered the parliamentary seats in every elections will be facing defeat and likely to be overthrown by the people in the coming election. Taib’s children suddenly felt their father’s ill gotten wealth would be shared by an outsider and foreigner(contrary to 1Malaysia) who became their step mother and were getting more suspicious of their aunty Roziah’s role in match making the 28 year old Lebanese with the frail looking paramount thief whose health has been deteriorating.

    Land minister James Masing has branded critics of Sarawak’s land policies as “arrogant and ignorant”, but judges have disagreed in several prominent cases, granting local villagers’ Native Customary Rights (NCR) claims to land taken over by the government.

    NCR and Malay reserve lands not only belong to the rightful native and Malay owners, Sarawak is rightly owned by all Sarawakians but has been looted and plundered by the paramount thief with the approval of UMNO controlled Putrajaya. UMNO has schemed for an Iban leader to be an interim CM next for less than a term but the Dayaks are a lot smarter now to be able to smell the evil scheme and plot of Putrajaya.

    Hidup ketuanan rakyat Sarawak.

  3. realist says:

    Too right The BN YBs some of them are not fit to be there but they seem to hang on. They will not be holding on after the next elections. They will be BLOWN AND WASHED AWAY.

  4. Irene Kana says:

    PETALING JAYA: The government will launch a nationwide “My Daftar” campaign from Feb 19 to 26 next year in an effort to resolve the problems faced by Malaysian Indians who do not have relevant documents pertaining to their birth, identification and citizenship.

    The campaign, organised by the Special Implementation Taskforce on the Indian Community in collaboration with the Home Ministry, would, among others, seek to identify individuals who possess a birth certificate but have not applied for a MyKad, and those who do not possess a birth certificate and therefore unable to secure a MyKad.

    Human Resources Minister Dr S Subramaniam said the campaign will also target children who do not possess a birth certificate and therefore unable to go to school as well as children and young people in residential homes run by the Social Welfare Department and voluntary organisations who do not possess sufficient documentation.



    • Jolia says:

      n this csse it is very obvious that the word “nationwide” referes to only Malaya or West Malaysia. This Human Retarded Minister Dr S (stupid or superman) Subramaniam needs to explain why stateless citizens born to Malaysian parents in Sabah and Sarawak were not included?

  5. Bartholomew says:

    George Chan and Taib Mahmud have yet to tell their boss to apologise to all Christians for the stupid blunder of his aides.

    KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 30 — Pakatan Rakyat (PR) politicians today called on Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak to take responsibility and publicly apologise for his aides’ gaffe at the Catholic archbishop’s Christmas tea party here last Saturday.

    The Malaysian Insider had yesterday reported that Najib’s men had instructed church officials to remove crucifixes and other overt Christian symbols from being displayed at the party grounds in Bukit Nanas before the PM’s visit in their zeal to protect his Islamic credentials.

    Hymns and prayers were also barred.

    Sources disclosed that the orders were issued without the PM’s knowledge.

    Leaders from the DAP, PAS and PKR urged Najib to act promptly and make clear his stand on the instructions, saying that further delay could harm Malaysia’s still fragile interfaith ties.

    PAS lawmaker Khalid Samad described the actions taken by Najib’s aides as a “blatant act of religious intolerance” that reflected the prevailing attitude of the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) government.

    “Christians have the right to celebrate their religious festivals as they see fit. I don’t see why Najib’s men had to go and give orders to remove this or that,” he told The Malaysian Insider today.

    “It would be just like going to Batu Caves and telling the Hindus to remove the statues there,” he added.

    “That’s the problem with Umno-BN all this while. They do all these unnecessary things that are completely unacceptable,” said the Shah Alam MP who has been derisively called “Khalid Gereja” by political rivals for his sympathy towards non-Muslims.

    He explained that right-thinking Muslims understood that they were not celebrating the festival but showing respect and solidarity to followers of other creeds at such festivals.

    “You’re not celebrating that festival because you don’t believe in that religion.

    “You’re there to show not animosity but respect and solidarity and acknowledge they have the right to practise their religion,” he stressed.

    Khalid noted that Najib could have easily avoided the ruckus if he had given clear directives to his staff on his personal policy regarding visits for religious occasions.

    “If he felt that he was going to feel uncomfortable with all the crosses there, then he shouldn’t have gone.

    “Otherwise, if he understands that as a Muslim his faith won’t be compromised… he should have told his men,” the 53-year-old said.

    “The logical way to treat the situation now is for him to apologise on behalf of his aides and put the matter right,” said Khalid.

    Kok said the PM should take full responsibility and apologise.
    Selangor DAP chief Teresa Kok accused the prime minister of trying to curb religious freedom and demanded he take full responsibility and apologise.

    “Najib should apologise to [the] Christian Federation of Malaysia for ‘de-Christianising’ their Christmas celebration,” she said in a strongly-worded media statement today.

    The Selangor state executive councillor insisted that Najib must have given the orders and was distancing himself from his men’s actions in a bid to save face.

    “Such an order from the Prime Minister’s Office’s (PMO) shows how insincere and ungracious Najib behaved as a guest at the celebration held at the Catholic archbishop’s residence.

    “It is doubtful that Najib could have been unaware that his office had issued such a directive and far more likely that he is back-pedalling after having been exposed and publicly shamed,” she said.

    Kok, a Christian, reminded Najib and the PMO that there is a “deeper meaning to Christmas beyond the Santa Claus and snow, and that that deeper meaning should be respected”.

    Nik Nazmi said Christians have a right to be offended.
    “Christians have a right to be offended,” PKR’s communications chief Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad told The Malaysian Insider today.

    The Seri Setia state assemblyman echoed both Khalid and Kok in denouncing the PMO’s tactless actions.

    He said the conditions imposed on the Catholic church pointed to a deeply-entrenched system set up by Umno and the BN to keep the nation divided along religious lines.

    “In Malaysia, because of Umno and BN, they [Muslims] don’t know much. That creates schizophrenia and this problem among the Muslims and non-Muslims,” said Nik Nazmi.

    He said Muslims elsewhere were not fearful that their beliefs would be compromised if they shared in the festivities of followers of another creed.

    “I think the PM should state clearly that they were wrong and it will not be repeated.

    “It can get quite serious because ultimately the buck stops with him. He is the boss. He has to take accountability,” he said.

    Nik Nazmi hinted that the nation’s tenuous religious situation may spiral out of control again unless Najib steps in quickly and addresses the issue.

    Malaysia was rocked by a series of attacks against houses of worship in January this year following a controversial court ruling in favour of the Catholic church over the use of the word “Allah”.

  6. Bidayuh Headmaster says:

    According to The Borneo Post dated 30 December 2010, Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) is setting up a special unit at its headquarters in Kuching in a move to help get more non-Bumiputra, especially Chinese, into the public sector.

    Deputy Chief Minister George Chan, who is also SUPP President, said it was the party’s hope that a racial balance in both the state and federal civil services would be attained with the setting up of the unit.

    This useless president of Sarawak Useless People’s Party had said the same thing about getting more scholarships for non Malays in Sarawak. Until today the numbers remain at 0.05%. George Chan is trying desperately to win back Chinese votes by echoing bits and pieces of a big reform that Pakatan has fighting for. The entire system needs to be changed and not some ad hoc effort by BN at the expense of certain race.

  7. Mata Kuching says:

    Biasa lah…Sarawakians already know that George Chan and his useless party was never part of the BN government in Sarawak. That’s why they can only try to be broker for land issues, scholarships, flood mitigation in Sibu and now civil service. What can they do? They will tell the rakyat to respect the authority (meaning Taib the paramount thief) and send your grievances to SUPP recycle bins for them to forward to their Godly puppet master to choose which to listen and what not to approve.

  8. James Adau says:

    The problems is BN Malaysia,I have been around in the middle east especially Arab Saudi, Your colleagues, I mean Saudis will humbly wish you a merry X’mas during X’mas day. In Bahrain or Dubai you can see Santa Claus and big Christmas tree being displayed, Christmas songs being aired in big superstores.
    Malaysia under BN is going backwards.

  9. Political Observer says:

    Its true the BN has come to a stage where the Sarawak YB’s seem to think that it is their “NCR” right to be renominated to their seats.It must be noted the majority of those Ybs are not even the top 100 best in their respective communities. They are there because the top Sarawak BN leaders think that they are the best “yes sir” men, which can be directed and manipulated to their whim and fancy.However this time this policies had boomerang, and is undermining BN credibility and the chances for PR to make inroad is real and bright indeed.The conditions of the BN leadership has reach a level where its become comical topics, the young and the professional are saying. “what the heck men, we need to change those useless people”!!! On one hand the greatest issues facing the top leadership, is over staying, moral decline, dented credibility and abuse of power. It common to hear the BN people including those in PBB clamouring for change. What about SPDP, esp. the issue of the SPDP 5?. Its seem that there is no clear cut decisions on this and the SPDP members are getting disillusion on this issue. If Mawan does not dare to make hard decision soon, his already dented crediblilty will be eroded further. Supp is widely speculated to loss some more seats, will PRS like SPDP are still hanging on certain issue. Therefore unless drastic steps and actions are taken to remedy this matter, PR will have a realistic chance to make a strong inroad in Sarawak this election.Not necessary that PR is good but because the people just want change and for many, BN has become TOO MUCH!!

  10. Asri Rahman says:

    At best Sarawak BN will only manage to retain 16 seats with a slim majority out of the 62 it currently controls. The message on the wall is clear enough. Taib must go. BN has been in power for too long and having achieved very little and making one person and his family the richest in Malaysia and possibly the richest family in the world.

    Not only the Dayaks felt marginalised and robbed of their lands. All Sarawakians felt short-changed by the abusive and corrupted government of UMNO dominated BN led by Taib in Sarawak.

  11. Political observer says:

    Watching the Sarawak BN is like watching the movie, the Titanic. The Captain and the crews living in denial thinking the ship is unshinkable.Like in the Titanic they make many strange decisions and they commit many political suicidal acts. The signing of mass land as provisional lease to close family members angered not only the natives but also any rakyat in general, the lack of denial about the truth of Sarawak report does not help, the strange competition of getting the youngest wives raised eyebrows, George Chan married his 38? secret lover and now Taib married 28 year old. Hmm…I wonder could it be love??? or something else. Look like the message they are sending to the rakyat unconsciously is that those actions are just tip of the ice berg, beneath are piles of immorality in the BN leadership. Those in the BN ship should therefore be watchful because the ship is going down, FASTER than you can imagine!!!

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