Taib “Hardened Politician”

What else is there not to write about Taib Mahmud?

 He has been in office for 30 years as Chief Minister of Sarawak eventhough he announced the dissolution of the DUN before the 26th of March which would have seen him serving as Chief Minister for 30 years. 

According to the infamous Sarawakreport portal  he was forced into submission by both PM Najib and DPM Myhiddin who were by his side at the airport when he said that the dissolution of the DUN would be on Monday and he was giving the PC on Saturday. Strange don’t you think..??

Even now there are vicious rumours saying that no one really cares about the CM Taib except his family and his cronies and he has even been given an ultimatum openly by Francis Siah a former Editor of Tribune and a politician to be ready to relinquish his position by August at the latest.

Why is that? Who is behind him? How come CM Taib is bending to the calls? It seems there are more powerful “HIDDEN HANDS” pushing the button for Taib to step down or being given a more respectable position.(no need for audie61 to tell you what it is)

Taib will want to show the detractors from within and outside his family circles that he has what it takes to fight his last “WAR”. He has indicated to his party PBB that he does not want to lead them for this 10th elections. But when his able Lieutenants and Generals in PBB and the component parties swore allegiance for him to  lead the charge against a ‘formidable alliances of opposition” he tasks himself and focussed all his might and political knowhow to show his mettle.

 He does not need to prove anything but he knows that he cant leave his friends behind. He has shown to those who don’t value true political friends to learn a thing or two from the man himself.

We have received a number of calls from a number of seasoned analysis/politicians that Abang Johari Housing and Urban Development Minister is the most suitable man listed to be the Chief Minister of Sarawak. The push now is being used by SNAP political campaigners that they are ‘sanctioned by some Federal leaders..” to help end Taibs rule by denying him the 2/3rds. How far this is true you will have to look at the following blogs. Is it coming true.? http://sebanaku-sarawak.blogspot.com/2011/02/miri-marriot-confidential.html 

Coincidentally this blogsite was entrusted by a very hardened and stauch supporter very early this morning to inform Sarawakians that there are indeed HIDDEN PUPPET MASTERS helping in to see the end of Taib Mahmud and his regime.

 The blog http://www.sebanaku2u.blogspot.com/ got the news from his relevant source and after much persuasion our Burung Kenyalang 2011 ( no $$$$$$ involved) we agree and and decided to run this article to give the credence to his point of SARAWAK for Sarawakians.

It justs proves that Taibs man are with him and he will not be left alone to fight his “WAR” Taib has shown time and time again that when the chips are against him he comes up with the answers.

Taib a truly Hardened Warrior in his  own right.

17 thoughts on “Taib “Hardened Politician”

  1. looes74 says:

    Margaret Thatcher does not even last for 30 years…….Time for Taib to go down. Who the hell is Taib as compared to Margaret. She is coined as The Iron Lady by the Soviet Union

  2. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Ho :mrgreen: Ho :mrgreen: Ho :mrgreen:

    :mrgreen: This ‘pek mo lau heow’ will bantai his young wife 12 round non stop n don’t play play ah…..n he might get FAINTED before election :!: hehehehehehehehe :mrgreen:

    Ho :mrgreen: Ho :mrgreen: Ho :mrgreen:

  3. beritamu says:

    A great slap to James Masing and PRS by the strong man of Sarawak.
    Confirmed news from Datuk Sng, Larry Sng renominated by BN to contest in N54,Pelagus.
    Another good harvests by Datuk S wining hundreds of thousands ringgit through betting.
    Kasihan orang Kapit kalah lagi seperti pada tahun 2001.

  4. beritamu says:

    To all Serikei voters your Rahman College is coming back again . Dare you to vote for BN another time to be cheated.
    This time they will build a world class university to study how to plant pineapples .
    They too will promise to build an international airport for the convenience of Billionaire Ting Pek Khing and trillionaire Taib.

  5. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Ho :oops: Ho :oops: Ho :oops:

    :oops: SHIT :!: Their SNAKE HEAD play money $$$ POLITIC + SANDWARA to cheat all ‘RAKYAT’ ith lots of LIE + DENIAL n if ‘RKYAT’ are smart to read true news…..then they will know that those ROTTEN + POISONOUS SNAKE head peoples also all mostly are POISONOUS too…. :evil: SHIT :twisted: n their McDeath goons watch + download PORN movie la !!!!!! PUKE n their bumNO goons play porn star to frame DSAI laaaa !!!!! SHIT n SHIT n SHIT on those evil goons to the ANUS CORE :oops: :twisted: http://bit.ly/gHxck3 :evil: :oops:

    Ho :mrgreen: Ho :mrgreen: Ho :mrgreen:

  6. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Ho :cry: Ho :cry: Ho :cry:

  7. beritamu says:

    Putrajaya backs down over Bibles as Sawak polls draw near,
    In one-nation,there are two states policy,
    Idris jala apologises on behalf for the govt on miss handling of the Malays Bibles and begs the christian to accept the apology

  8. Asri Rahman says:

    The thief minister Taib Mahmud pledged that he would first lead BN to victory in the Hornbill state in order to ensure new blood would emerge to lead the state following his resignation. With only 25% new blood while 75% are old and tainted blood like his, who will take over as president of Parti Bohong Bumiputras? Will the next CM be necessarily from PBB ? We will only know by the evening of April 16 2011 if BN can still keep its power grip.

  9. Lee Hui says:

    Taib Mahmud has behaved like some sort of evil Sultan, treating the resources of Sarawak like his own family possession and wasting them. But, Sarawak does not belong to him. He was given the trust of the people and he has abused it spectacularly, grabbing and destroying their lands without a single care except to make himself as rich as he possibly can.

  10. Irene Kana says:

    Mission: Vote those who defend freedom of religion
    Posted on April 2, 2011 by mocsarawak

    Sidang Injil Baru (SIB) Sarawak – Renewal Evangelical Mission of Sarawak

    Surat Jemaat

    Freedom of Religion

    Saudara-saudara jemaat di tanah air tercinta Sarawak, yang menjadi umat Allah Bapa dan Tuhan

    Yesus Kristus. Kami mengharap semoga Allah memberi berkat dan sejahtera kepada kalian.

    We praise God our Father and our Lord Jesus Christ that Sarawak is the only Christian majority state in Malaysia where half the population are Christians. It is with our goodwill and blessings that we have allowed a Malay Muslim to be the Chief Minister of Sarawak since 1963 except for a brief period when a Christian held the position until he was unconstitutionally sacked in 1966 by the Federal government.

    We also praise God that one in ten people in Malaysia are Christians. In fact, two thirds of the Christians are Malay speaking bumiputras in Sarawak and Sabah as well as Orang Asli in Malaya. We have been using the Malay Alkitab or the Iban Bup Kudus as our Holy Bible for generations.

    Sarawak, together with Sabah, Singapore and Malaya formed Malaysia in 1963 under the Malaysia Agreement. Singapore left the federation two years later. Like the Malays, our special position as pribumis or natives is protected under Article 153 of the Federal Constitution.

    Sarawak has made its position abundantly clear in what is known as the 18-points (20-points in for Sabah) in drafting the Malaysia Agreement. Point #1 was on freedom of religion: “While there was no objection to Islam being the national religion of Malaysia, there should be no state religion in Borneo (Sarawak and Sabah), and the provisions relating to Islam in the present Constitution of Malaya should not apply to Borneo.”

    That was the spirit of the Malaysia Agreement even though this point was amended in the final draft.

    East Malaysians were more than magnanimous in making this compromise to UMNO. But recent events have forced us to come to the conclusion that there is a sinister anti-Christian agenda by Barisan Nasional especially by UMNO and its proxies in Sarawak. This is unconstitutional.

    Bishop Ng Moon Hing, chairman of the Christian Federation of Malaysia pointed out in a statement on 10 March 2011 over the illegal confiscation of 35,000 copies of the Alkitab: “It would appear as if the authorities are waging a continuous, surreptitious and systematic programme against Christians in Malaysia to deny them access to the Bible in Bahasa Malaysia.”

    We have shown great tolerance despite provocative actions against our faith by the ruling coalition.

    But when the government desecrated 35,000 copies of our Alkitab which were illegally confiscated, it is our wake up-call to defend our constitutional right to profess, practise and propagate our faith.

    We have been betrayed by Barisan Nasional. The incumbent Chief Minster and his cabinet, who have remained in office by our grace for 30 years, have proven to be incapable of defending freedom of religion in Sarawak. They, therefore, cannot expect to enjoy our trust in the coming state elections.

    Even PAS, the Islamic Party, is against the position taken by the ruling coalition against the Alkitab and to prohibit bumiputra Christians from using the word Allah to refer to God.

    We wish to make it clear that we are not against Islam but only against Barisan Nasional’s anti-Christian agenda, particularly the recent desecration of 35,000 copies of our Alkitab. They were unconstitutionally impounded by the Home Ministry.

    Barisan’s anti-Christian agenda began when Dr Mahathir Mohamad became prime Minister in July 1981 when he banned the Alkitab under a Gazette Order made under the Internal Security Act in 1982.

    When Christians objected, he amended it to a “restricted ban” for use only in churches.

    Despite this, various consignments of the Alkitab and Bahasa Christian publications were illegally confiscated by the Home Ministry by using the Publications and Printing Presses Act. The Bup Kudus or Iban Bible was banned in 2003 by Abdullah Ahmad Badawi when he was acting prime Minister and Internal Security Minister. He relented when faced with Iban anger.

    Now under Prime Minister Najib Razak’s 1Malaysia, this harassment against the church and Christians continues unabated leading to the desecration of the 35,000 copies of the Alkitab by stamping it with serial numbers and the words “For Christianity Only.” We can never agree to this

    because the Bible is meant for anyone interested. Only criminals are identified by serial numbers.

    It is not that we have not compromised for the sake of peace. We have even gone to the extent to imprint a large crucifix on the cover of Alkitab with the words “Penerbitan Kristian” or “Christian Publication” so that Muslims do not buy or receive the Alkitab by mistake.

    The Alkitab and Bahasa Christian publications are now planced under the jurisdiction of the Qur’anic Text Division of the Home Ministry. The desecration of the Alkitab is done by this division.

    The shortage of Alkitab in Sarawak, due to the ongoing illegal confiscation of our Holy Scriptures, has now reached a crisis. Our children and grandchildren have no access to them since birth.

    The evidence before us is that Barisan Nasional is persisting in completely wiping out our Christian Heritage in Sarawak and Sabah by pursuing its unconstitutional and illegal anti-Christian agenda.

    Sidang Injil Baru Sarawak, therefore, advises Christians to vote wisely in the coming state elections on 16 April 2011. You do not necessarily have to vote for the Opposition. Vote only for candidates, including those from Barisan Nasional, whom you feel can act with a clear conscience and integrity and a proven record of defending the freedom of religion.

    Our Christian heritage is at stake. Act now. Vote wisely. Pray for divine intervention.

    … time is running out. Wake up, for our salvation is nearer now than when we first believed. – (Romans 13:11 NLT).

    Kasih karunia dan damai sejahtera menyertai kamu.

    Sidang Injil Baru (SIB) Sarawak

  11. beritamu says:

    Bersih,amanah dan cakap customs officers employed by govt through stringent interviews .
    All of them went BTN courses with high moral,depth religious knowledge.
    Gold bars and bags of cash seized from dirty officers.
    Almost all officers napped have almost 1 million in their bank accounts.
    country losing 10 billion in duties and tax evasion.
    Sad to found that 95 % are Malays according to MACC officers.

    • Ho Ho Ho says:

      Ho :roll: Ho :roll: Ho :roll:

      BTN courses is ‘MADE IN BN umno’ n really PRODUCE more n more RACIST like perkasa@perkosa + new breed of RACIST goons…..this is the real FACTS……PAKATAN must STOP this type of RACIST courses if they are in power later !!!!!

      Ho :roll: Ho :roll: Ho :roll:

  12. beritamu says:

    90 % of 300000 youth will not support BN for many reasons best known to them. Jobs , educations,fairness of polices,human rights, freedoms so on.jangan harapakn sokongan daripada mereka.

  13. Bidayuh Headmaster says:

    Bishop denounces divide-and-rule policy

    Terence Netto
    Apr 3, 11

    Catholic Bishop Dr Paul Tan Chee Ing has denounced as “insidious” and “evil” the imposition of two sets of rules – one for Sabah and Sarawak and the other for Peninsular Malaysia – with regard to the dissemination of the Malay Bible, Al-Kitab.

    bishop paul tanMinister in the Prime Minister Department, Idris Jala, had announced yesterday a formula for the resolution of the controversy over the impoundment since January of thousands of copies of the Al-Kitab in ports at Kuching and Port Klang.

    The formula allows for the dissemination in Sabah and Sarawak without conditions of the Al-Kitab, but for Peninsula Malaysia, copies of the Al-Kitab have to be stamped with the cross and have the words ‘Christian Publication’ on them.

    Speaking to Malaysiakini in his capacity as the titular head of the Melaka-Johor diocese, Bishop Paul Tan (above), who is also president of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Malaysia, said:

    “If the policy is one for Sabah and Sarawak and another for Peninsula Malaysia, this is tantamount to using the insidious tactic of ‘divide and rule.’ I adamantly condemn and reject such means.”

    The Christian Federation of Malaysia, the umbrella body for 90 percent of the denominational congregations in Malaysia, is to meet soon to discuss the government’s latest offer for the resolution of the controversy.

    Some Christian groups appear to be leaning in favor of the government’s latest offer while others are loath to accept the differentiation of the rules between the Borneo states and the peninsula.

    “There should be one policy for the whole Christian population in the azlantwo parts of the country,” said Bishop Paul Tan.

    “You can put ‘Christian Publication’ on each copy since this is what was agreed to in 2005 by the CFM with the Abdullah Badawi administration.

    “But there should be no differentiation between the rules for Sabah and Sarawak and the rules for Peninsular Malaysia,” insisted Bishop Paul Tan.

    Bishop Paul Tan, a past president of the CFM, noted that the latest announcement by Idris Jala made no mention of the term ‘Allah’, the legitimacy of which use is being contested in the courts.

    He said any decision by Christian groups on the government’s latest offer must take due note of this uncertainty.

    “It is better to stick by a practice already agreed to in 2005 than opt for changes that carry the prospect of being rendered moot by a pending decision of the courts,” he said.

    ‘Above all, there must be no differentiation between the rule for Sabah and Sarawak and the one for the peninsula,” he emphasized.

    Christians want Putrajaya to prove sincerity over Alkitab
    By Debra Chong
    April 03, 2011

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 3 —

    In Sarawak and peninsular Malaysia, Christian clerics greeted with caution Putrajaya’s latest 10-point formula to resolve the bible impasse, saying action alone — and not words — can convince the community the pledges will be honoured.

    Kuching-based Anglican bishop, Bolly Lapok, said he was surprised by the apparent generosity and sensitivity of the federal government’s latest overture to the Christian community’s 30-year-old-dilemma.

    “The Christian community here welcomes it even though it is just an ointment for a symptom,” he told The Malaysian Insider today.

    In its 10-point resolution released last night, the Cabinet through its minister Datuk Seri Idris Jala, assured the huge Bumiputera Christian population in Sarawak and Sabah they are free to bring in and use their bibles in Malay as well as in indigenous languages; and that no restriction will be applied.

    Jala also said that the bible can now be printed locally in any language, including in Iban, Kadazan-Dusun and Lun Bawang.

    Lapok said he was heartened to see the federal government showing commitment to resolve long-standing interfaith disputes.

    “It’s an assurance, but we have been given such assurances before,” he said, and noted with concern another set of rules for believers in peninsular Malaysia, requiring the holy books here to be stamped with the words “Christian Publication” and a cross on the cover.

    According to Jala, this is because Muslims are the majority community on the peninsula, unlike in Borneo where they are the minority.

    “We share the sentiments of our West Malaysian colleagues. There should be one law, not two,” he said.

    “If this is negotiable, we stand by what we had said earlier and call on the government to repeal the relevant laws,” he added, referring to legislation that continued to bar Christians from using the word “Allah” for God beyond the Muslim context.

    Lapok said Christians are praying the level of understanding and harmony among adherents of the different faiths in Malaysia will rise above the root-cause that ignited the dispute.

    The Bible Society of Malaysia’s (BSM) general-secretary, Rev Simon Wong, remained doubtful that the federal government would honour its pledges.

    “Datuk Seri Idris Jala may be sincere, but how trustworthy is the BN government?” Wong asked, referring to the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) administration which has stayed in power since Independence.

    He said the Home Ministry already has a record of breaking its word, which includes “harassing” local printers for printing the bibles and detaining bibles even after an agreement was reached.

    “KDN has harassed local printers before. Same condition in 2005, but KDN never honoured — March 20, 2009, KDN detained BM Bibles printed with the same words ‘Penerbitan Kristian’ and a cross,” Wong said, calling the Home Ministry by its Malay initials.

    Part of what provoked Christian anger has been blamed on the home ministry’s unilateral decision to seize the BSM’s cargo of 5,000 bibles from Indonesia, locking them up for two years and then hastily stamping the books with serial numbers and the Home Ministry’s official seal before they were released to the importers.

    The Petaling Jaya-based BSM is one of the two affected bible importers in the present row.

    The other importer is the Sarawak branch of global Christian group, The Gideons.

    “They’ve made life hard for us for two years. Even before releasing the bibles, they stamped and serialised them unilaterally. This defacement of holy bibles has caused us great distress and loss of RM70,000,” Wong related.

    “After the Sarawak state election or GE, we fear the government would revert to its old ways despite the directives,” he said, voicing the general view among Christians that the latest olive branch was a ruse to pacify the community and prevent a possible backlash at the ballot box when Sarawak goes to the polls in two weeks.

    Wong echoed Lapok’s call for the federal government to adopt only one policy to prove its commitment to upholding the Federal Constitution’s guarantees on freedom to worship, in line with Prime Minister’s “1 Malaysia” slogan to nation building.

    “Better to adopt only one policy for 1 Malaysia. No restriction, no proscription,” he said.

    Rev Thomas Phillips of the Mar Thoma church here said Jala’s statement was “encouraging” but questioned the timing of the 10-point formula.

    “Why, after all these years?” asked the cleric who is also an executive councillor in the Christian Federation of Malaysia (CFM).

    The umbrella body representing over 90 per cent of churches here had earlier snubbed the Cabinet’s initial overture to resolve the row, saying it failed to address the core problem of religious discrimination.

    “There’s a lot the government has to do to win the trust of the people. It should be 1 Malaysia, one policy. Everybody should have the freedom to worship according to their own religion,” said Phillips, who is also president of the Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism and Taoism (MCCBCHST).

    The priest told The Malaysian Insider the CFM exco will have to hold another meeting to discuss this latest overture before it responds.

    “But we are in no hurry,” Phillips told The Malaysian Insider.

    Yesterday, the Cabinet initiated a new list of suggestions to put an end to the month-long standoff, in a bid to head off a possible backlash against BN in Malaysia’s biggest and most Christian-dominant state on April 16.

    Nearly half the state’s one million population is Christian.

    In his media statement, Jala spelled out the government’s 10-point formula to pacify the minority Christians without incurring the anger of the majority Muslims over the religious controversy.

    However, he made no mention of the word “Allah”, which both Christians and Muslims view as being the crux of the Alkitab row.

    He added that the federal government would reimburse the two bible importers over the markings carried out by Home Ministry officials, which the Christian community regard as a desecration of their holy book.

    Jala said that the Cabinet’s decision will be gazetted through the Home Ministry’s secretary-general to ensure the order is carried out and that action will be taken against civil officials who breach these directives.

    He said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak will meet the CFM to look for a way forward on outstanding religious issues beyond the bible row.

    He added that Christian ministers in the Cabinet will also hold regular meetings with Christian groups to discuss religious issues.

    “I hope this 10-point solution will be received positively by the Christian groups as being fair and reasonable,” Jala said in his statement, adding that the government was committed to a peaceful way out of the impasse.

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