Ambiga-5 months later Debates Again ..?

Pakatan seems to be running out of issues as they play the same record all over once at least every 6 months. The debate issue which was brought up about 5 months ago surfaced again two days ago.

This was extracted  from a portal”Ambiga’s call on Najib to debate with Anwar in order to allow voters to gauge which political coalition was qualified to lead the nation.

She also said that Bersih would consider mounting a public petition to pressure the prime minister into agreeing to the debate.”

Seriously, didn’t the defacto PKR leader Anwar challenged Najib in June 2012. Please find below the link which says it all:-

It gets even better though as “Tokong” LGE and “Reformasi Princess” Nurul Izzah tries also to entice PM Najib for a showdown and it headlined {Lim Guan Eng and Nurul Izzah take the prime minister to task for dodging the calls for a debate with the opposition leader}

PM Najib according to a follower of  audie61 twitter he replied to us “Najib may not be an outstanding orator but he is a silent achiever.” in reply to our tweet{ Ambiga said”Bersih also wd initiate a petition calling for d 2leaders to debate}

Isn’t this REPETITION like many others during their ceramahs which the rakyat have heard like a broken old record. There is nothing new and it justs shows their strategists are being paid handsomely but politically churning like the Voice from the Speaker of the Van calling “old Newspapers” a former BN Sarawak YB said this clearly shows they have come to a dead-end and they are only capable of repeating the same old story.

Well PKR and Pakatan YBs you have boasted that we might not be as good as your strategists which you proclaimed so HIGHLY and we are no way near and also second rate. However we do not need to remind you though, even a mosquito bite like ours will be enough to give you the deadly AEDES sickness.


Bloggers you are Shamed..You Ready..??

FIRE! It requires justs a little spark to set it in motion. Haris Ibrahim(Mr.ABU- People’s Parlaiament blog who i met together with SKY(Sim Kwang Yang) initiator of Hornbill Unleashed , Bernard Khoo of Zorro Unmasked and Wong Chin Huat (Now very Mr.Bersihman).Del Capo( Mr.Lynas Green) are now all in their final stages of moving in towards the kill for the BN/UMNO bloggers and FB.

Little did i know that when i first started in on 1st of May 2008 with my very first article-{The Battle of Sarawak 2010-Wave or Changes} now after 4 years 1561 articles later that I will be crossing paths with them but in different boats or i should say yachts (as now mosts of them are so sophisticated and tech savvy that they can afford the luxuries.(Didn’t Haris met RPK in Thailand on one.Seems they had a fall-out.No more BFF..hik hik hik.}.

The GE13 the mother of all battles between BN v Pakatan is in actual fact targetted at mainly UMNO (strongest partner in BN coalition ) and the warcry/slogans not only comes with A.B.U.(Asalkan bukan UMNO) now colours are also waving frantically with-Black,Orange,Yellow and Now Lime Green are all very much of the Pakatan armoury.

Pakatan worst fears are that the elite UMNO bloggers and cybertroopers assemble their armies together with Sarawak and Sabah providing the back up if UMNO/BN suffers badly in Peninsular. Peninsular has 166 seats with Sarawak 31 and sabah 25 (222 total) and BN has amassed all that crawls,can type,does upload and able to think A BIT to bolster the BN machinery.

Haris Ibrahim knows that many Pakatan bloggers/Fb take forgranted that the people will still vote for PR in 2013. He has taken the first step to reveal his so called friends to the world and telling PR we must know our enemies. He blogged this and with the pictures inserted he had this to say about 5 of them.I’ve pointed out and named the five that I know of.Do you know any of them in this photo?If you do, name them and shame them

Many in Sarawak or Sabah are not even in their lists of targets are we are all too small a fly and not worth the bother. Many too are still green,unable to give them an intellectual discourse and they wont even bother to CLICK the sites let alone lift a finger at them. The elitists are targetted and Haris wants everyone to jump and run rapidly like cockroaches to their masters. He is hoping to get a backlash from the FB BN Cybertroopers and Pakatan bloggers will have a field day.

Attack they can but BN bloggers know where their achilles heels are and we will hit them hardest at the mosts appropriate time. This though unless some amongst us who decide otherwise to join forces again with them which must not be ruled out. There are already one or two who are seriously looking over the rainbow as the BN machinery has overlooked the elite bloggers plus seasoned writers to the more newly named social media practitioners who can posts in Face Books. Some even called themselves Social Media Specialists. Walau eh..Hail them! Hail them!

PM Najib knows that and he too is fully aware of whether the penetration is fully utilised to silence the Pakatan bloggers and FB. In armies and police force there are elite squads and in cyber sapce there are such practitioners. Some have been really overlooked and the gutter politics plus other explicit storuies does not sell to the fence sitters and youths of today. BN’s political teams are already in place and the ‘nukes” must find, destroy and annihilate them 

Pakatan bloggers posts pictures and they maximise their machinery to the fullest but the Generals in place in the BN(sorry to mention this some will be furious,angered (kecil hati) and they keep on saying the people will vote BN. {Its simple if every day you take a small potion of heroin eventually you will be addicted too}

Some dont even dare to put their faces in their blogs or FB but they say they are so this and that. Many SYOK SENDIRI SAHAJA. Hitler would have been proud of them as he had only the SS (special squad) while in Malaysia there are those with 3S’s.

The battle in cyberspace is not easy and it requires patience,passion and a lot of research to get down to the bottom of issues and perception which is being played up.

If we were to take the the spat between the CM Taib and his wife Ragaad it should not have even made it to Sarawak Report Portal let alone other blogs as to us its more of a personal matter. Yes,he is a public figure and his every move is monitored but if we were to turn it round it would be ” You are fooled. Taib was supposed to buy the latest top model Handset for Ragaad and she expected to receive it that morning but unfortunately it was not the one promised. So she was not too pleased” So its all about how one writes.

CM Taib has a young wife and many who have young wife  out there knows that its about Compromising to their wishes and “mesti sayang bah” love with all our hearts. It didnt make the Hollywood pages of gossips and to us its more personal abnd we should be worrying more about Taib not working for the State.

CM Taib said to audie61 if he is not working 8am-5pm we should be worried as he is neglecting his duties to the State and People of Sarawak {oh! No! I will be getting a number of hate smses from some cyber troopers plus you know who…. those who misinterpret what i have written.}

Its a Perception game in cyberspace and very soon with all the venom and hate thrown about there will be little left for anyone to think who they will vote for in GE13. The fence sitters will surely be watching closely and they will be the deciding factor and not many who tell us that (underage and other nationalities will join in the voting process)

If they are why dont each political party put up their elite teams of muscleman and stop them at the polling booths.

The bloggers mentioned in the photographs are not my buddies as we too, did not start on the same wavelength but here’s hoping that after giving them support and telling Haris {please brother thought you are more gentleman than that) a phonecall would make my day.

Pakatan bloggers we are ready and audie61 team would be ready to lend our hands. Our BN/SUPP P196 candidate Wilfred Yap have seen the team of 23 personnels in action and he too can vouched that BN is ready in all eventualities. His constituency has over 85000 voters.

Even ADUN Pending DAP Violet Yong said”why are you all not my friend anymore as she talked to audie61 and all of your FB team are attacking me so incessantly

The YBs and MPs are feeling the heat from the blogs more so as the FB needs to be reposts and reposts. Ask Papagomo who was attacked by until a truce was brokered. They say dont play play with us (famously uttered by Phua Chu Kang) or you will feel the thunder and lightning raining down.

Today we might be Shamed but who will be whipped tomorrow…

HADI “Syok” now “Dispel..?”

When BN Attack! Attack and Attack on how PAS President said sometimes it could be ‘syok’ (a thrill) to be proposed for the PM  post plus also individual calls from the Ulama Wing the PAS President must be considered ,the rebuttal was not too quick nor swift from PAS.

DAP Karpal ,PKR Tian Chua have taken immediate action to protect their man Anwar but PAS only today through their SG Mustafa Ali clarified that it is not the party’s official stance to endorse Abdul Hadi as Pakatan’s next premier.

It’s a little too late as the Ulama’s INTENTIONS have been split open like a sharp knife cutting through watermelons. SPDP President even reminded his fellow dayaks in a local english daily in which we tweeted”SPDP Prexy Mawan reminds Dayaks of Hadi”s remarks of “cawat”(loinclothes) as Ulama Wing of PAS calls for PM seat while Karim Hamzah YB Asajaya and Assistant Minister of Youth was quoted ““Isn’t this the chap who belittles the native of Sarawak as still backward,  still pakai ‘cawat’ or loin clothes and don’t know how to vote?”

Anwar himself knows Hadi will not pass on this chance if and when PAS wins 60 out of the 70 seats they are allocated. This equation on probabilty which we tweeted back “@limkitsiang RT what if PAS wins 60 DAP 35 PKR 28. Still ANWAR meh Kit Siang?

The main tussle might be between Najib V Anwar but PAS will think this is their best chance to be Top “TAIKO” instead of being playing second fiddle all the time to PKR or DAP.

The GE13 will not only see New Alliances and New Probabilites but there will also be a lot of surprises in which many would not even think would have surfaced. Politics we know is nothing short of IMPOSSIBILITY.

NAJIB AND ANWAR knows Hadi is now dispelling it through his SG but the obvious is there for all to say”I TOLD YOU SO…..

Najib Lawan Anwar..

Obviously the No.1 aim is to take control of Putrajaya and the players involved meaning the other 220 MPs( Total 222 seats) will determine who will be the Prime Minister after GE13. 

Anwar keeps on painting the picture that the people are ready for change, to take over and his statement last night at Kota Baru,‘Even though people will be receiving the (RM500) BR1M (Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia), but I am confident that they are biding their time to cast out the BN”

This Message have reached the ears of Najib and the counter reactions will come swiftly and in politics nothing must be taken to chance. All the 222 SELECTED BN candidates must deliver likewise the 222 Pakatan or the realisation of their dreams will evaporate to wrestle control for their Political Commanders in Chief.

If you are not selected to be the candidate this time round you do not need a clairvoyant to tell you as the stakes are higher than any other General Elections and its up to… 

The Final analysis which is Najib Lawan Anwar…..

PAS “Only Now You Realise…?”

Does it take three (3) Mistakes to Make A Right? Bersih 1.0 to 2.0 to 3.0 PAS Participated but 4.o this comes out from the PAS Youth Murtamar….

“Delegates who spoke against the mooted protest when debating the motion, argued that party resources should be channeled towards facing looming polls rather than organising a mega protest”

January 12th 2013 the 4.0 Bersih, PAS youth unanimously now know that it was not in their bests interests as it will be seen as quoted from the internet portal” if we go ahead with this, people would say all we are capable of is going to the streets.”

So PAS now you know its Ambiga’s Bersih which has propelled her to NEW HEIGHTS and undisputedly a FACE which the authorities sees as person behind the protests on the streets. What’s more PAS should have known Anwar Ibrahim capitalised on this.

PAS who were making grounds and giving UMNO a run for their territory have realised their actions in joining the Bersih movement have in actual fact jeorpadised the party in more ways than one.

Even rebuttals like “But it is not our intent to frighten anyone but to continue our struggle for a clean general election ” was not entertained and unanimously the PAS Youth rejected to participate in 4.0 Bersih.

This report from a internet blog which we extracted” Why break through the barricade? What would it have achieved? What was the objective of getting into the square?

Bersih 3.0 had already made its point – through the massive turnout. Its co-chairperson Ambiga Sreenevasen had by then called on everyone to disperse.

So why was there a group of people who still wanted to charge forward?

The reports on what actually happened have not been clear nor conclusive. Some say that PKR Deputy President Azmin incited the crowd to break the barricade. If it’s true, Azmin was behaving stupidly.

Some also say that members of PAS’s Unit Amal were among those who broke through. If it’s true, PAS needs to deal with them severely, because their action would have brought the unit a loss of respect

The party only need to consolidate and not to be UTILISED FOR SOMONE ELSE”S TARGET. Ambiga and Anwar achieved what they set out to do.


Deepavali 2012 Greetings

On behalf of the Management and Staff of audie61 we would like to wish all our Hindu friends,allies and supporters a very Happy Deepavali 2012.

May your homes light with the Joy of Deepavali.

Wishing all of you growing prosperity and success in the coming year.

We would also like to take this opportunity to wish SPDP Pending Vice Chairman 3 and also Indian Chief Narashima Barathy and his members a very Happy Deepavali.

“Undang-Undang Siber” BNBBC Sarawak

In 2008 Pakatan took the cyberspace and BN were hammered says one of the speakers a PBB Supreme Council member, lawyer and former Senator Idris Buang at the BNBBC Forum. Obviously what the legislators are doing should be commended but not all is rosy.

We look at the positives in that the “DOG-FIGHT” between Pakatan and BN cybertroopers and bloggers have reached feverpitched as the GE13 looms ever nearer. The agencies which were present is all well too as it ensures that they too are not left out in this awareness cyber law forum.

The other speakers in ACP Mohd.Kamarddin bin Mohd.Din who spoke on Police actions on cyberlaw and En.Zulkarnain Mohd Yassin (SKMM) -No censorship does not mean lawlessness. both made their points but the component party members were “MORE INTERESTED” on how to do battle against their opposition.

Laws will be laws and they are really a dry subject eventhough those connected with the law fraternity would think otherwise. The turnout was not very encouraging (less than 150) but it could have been much more impactful.

Participation would have been more fruitfull if the TARGET was for the right purpose. A participant even mentioned,” Its like HOCKEYPLAYERS playing Proffesional Football”. He meant well as he elaborated,” The Target should be political party branch/division members in and around Kuching areas. The same can be done in Sri Aman, Sibu,Bintulu,Miri and Limbang.

Agencies and their staff do not belong to political parties and how will they be fighting for political parties who have their candidates standing for elections. It does make logic and also political sense.

Simply by getting those who are cyber or facebooker friendly is not enough as the cyber warfare is all about PERCEPTION. The people involved musts be able to ensure the people who go into cyberspace are influenced by the arguments,opinions,discussion and articles which is presented on their screen.

Having said that,BNBBC have opened a can which is not of only full of worms as everyone wants a piece of cyber action and some are really in to “SS” Syiok Sendiri”and also making themselves ‘so important‘ that nothing can waver or touch them.

The whole idea of political parties getting and being involved in the cyberspace is as Idris Buang says “win the dog-fight’. Get the message across and ensure it sticks. get the Vote is what we want.

Facebookers or Bloggers must see the point of them getting involved or else why not justs enjoy gossiping about filmstars,food,travel or any other interests. This social media tool is being utilised by the Pakatan group to maximise and penetrate the right market and the next 3 months BN needs to step up or consign to another loss in cyberwarfare against Pakatan in 2013.

The heart,passion and loyalty to their own political party and Coalition should be the ultimate aim for the party cyber team. They are like the militaries version of elite forces and they know how to spin,engage and turn it round to the parties advantage. The FB troopers need what is delivered to them and “NUKE” it out onto the cyberspace screens or walls.

Ultimately,BNBBC should look more into the political parties instead of agencies who basically are paid staff and have families rice bowls to look after. The cyber teams of political parties in Sarawak are very much in place and they should be your TARGET.

Nurture them and ensure its a ‘special group” as we know youths,wanitas or SC members in political parties have other commitments in their constituencies especially during campaign and election period and they will not have time to stay behind computers or engaging back through their phones.

There are also no Volunteerism in political parties and as such any volunteer from political  youths will stay a figment of our own imagination. The leaders must not be fooled by how cyberspace war is perceived and how it can affect the voting trend and the political parties must accept that this MEDIA TOOL is the answer not only in URBAN areas but also the RURAL areas now. 

The laws play a vital role to check its not misuse and they are in place to punish the cyber culprits. The heat is on and the fire is already lighted and many would not be happy and will feel hurt with what is the TRUTH.

BNBBC is showing the way but they are yet to hit their TARGET.

What Reuters wrote about Obama’s win…

This is the full writeup from Reuters :-

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Fresh from a decisive re-election win, President Barack Obama returns from the campaign trail on Wednesday with little time to savour victory, facing urgent economic and fiscal challenges and a still-divided Congress capable of blocking his every move.

Obama defeated Republican challenger Mitt Romney on Tuesday night after a gruelling presidential race and used his acceptance speech in front of a huge cheering crowd in Chicago to strike a conciliatory note toward his political opponents.

But in the cold light of the election’s morning-after, it was clear that even though voters have given their stamp of approval for a second Obama term, he could have a hard time translating that into a mandate to push forward with his agenda.

Americans chose to stick with a divided government in Washington by leaving the U.S. Congress as it has been since the midterm elections of 2010.

Obama’s fellow Democrats retain control of the Senate and Republicans keep the majority in the House of Representatives, giving them power to curb the president’s legislative ambitions.

This is the political reality that Obama – who won a far narrower victory over Romney than his historic election as the country’s first black president in 2008 – faces when he returns to Washington later on Wednesday.

But that did not stop him from basking in the glow of re-election together with thousands of elated supporters in his hometown of Chicago early on Wednesday.

“You voted for action, not politics as usual,” Obama said, calling for compromise and pledging to work with leaders of both parties to reduce the deficit, to reform the tax code and immigration laws, and to cut dependence on foreign oil.

Obama told the crowd he hoped to sit down with Romney in the coming weeks and examine ways to meet the challenges ahead.

But the problems that dogged Obama in his first term, which cast a long shadow over his 2008 campaign message of hope and change, still confront him. He must tackle the $1 trillion annual deficits, rein in the $16 trillion national debt, overhaul expensive social programs and deal with the split Congress.

The immediate focus for Obama and U.S. lawmakers will be to confront the “fiscal cliff,” a mix of tax increases and spending cuts due to extract some $600 billion from the economy at the end of the year barring a deal with Congress.

House Majority Leader John Boehner moved swiftly on the fiscal cliff issue, saying he would issue a statement on it on Wednesday, citing “the need for both parties to find common ground and take steps together to help our economy grow and create jobs, which is critical to solving our debt.”

Obama also faces looming international challenges like the West’s nuclear standoff with Iran, the civil war in Syria, the winding down of the war in Afghanistan and dealing with an increasingly assertive China.

Romney, a multimillionaire former private equity executive, came back from a series of campaign stumbles to fight a close battle after besting Obama in the first of three presidential debates.

But the former Massachusetts governor failed to convince voters of his argument that his business experience made him the best candidate to repair a weak U.S. economy.

The nationwide popular vote remained extremely close with Obama taking about 50 percent to 49 percent for Romney after a campaign in which the candidates and their party allies spent a combined $2 billion. But in the state-by-state system of electoral votes that decides the White House, Obama notched up a comfortable victory.

By early on Wednesday, Obama had 303 electoral votes, well over the 270 needed to win, to Romney’s 206. Florida’s close race was not yet declared, leaving its 29 electoral votes still to be claimed.

Romney, 65, conceded in a speech delivered to disappointed supporters at the Boston convention centre. “This is a time of great challenge for our nation,” he told the crowd. “I pray that the president will be successful in guiding our nation.

He warned against partisan bickering and urged politicians on both sides to “put the people before the politics.”

The Republican Party, after losing two presidential contests, is now likely to go through a period of painful soul-searching, especially over how it has alienated Hispanic voters, an important constituency in Obama’s victory.


In the election aftermath, there were signs that partisan gridlock would persist in Washington.

Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell gave no sign that he was willing to concede his conservative principles, in a sign of potential confrontations ahead.

“The voters have not endorsed the failures or excesses of the president’s first term, they have simply given him more time to finish the job they asked him to do together with a Congress that restored balance to Washington after two years of one-party control,” McConnell said.

Obama’s win puts to rest the prospect of wholesale repeal of his 2010 healthcare reform law, which aims to widen the availability of health insurance coverage to Americans, but it still leaves questions about how much of his signature domestic policy achievement will be implemented.

Obama, who took office in 2009 as the ravages of the financial crisis were hitting the U.S. economy, must continue his efforts to ignite strong growth and recover from the worst downturn since the Great Depression of the 1930s. An uneven recovery has been showing some signs of strength but the country’s jobless rate, currently at 7.9 percent, remains stubbornly high.

              DIVIDED CONGRESS

              In keeping control of the 100-member Senate, Democrats seized Republican-held seats in Massachusetts and Indiana while retaining most of those they already had, including in Virginia and Missouri.

The Republican majority in the 435-member House means that Congress still faces a deep partisan divide as it turns to the fiscal cliff and other issues.

“That means the same dynamic. That means the same people who couldn’t figure out how to cut deals for the past three years,” said Ethan Siegel, an analyst who tracks Washington politics for institutional investors.

While the Senate result was no surprise, Republicans had given themselves an even chance of winning a majority, so the night represented a disappointment for them.

U.S. stock futures slipped, the dollar fell and benchmark Treasuries rose after Obama’s victory, which investors took to mean no dramatic shift in U.S. economic policy.

International leaders offered their congratulations. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has had a testy relationship with the U.S. leader, vowed to work with Obama “to ensure the interests that are vital for the security of Israel’s citizens.”

British Prime Minister David Cameron said Britain and the United States should make finding a way to solve the Syrian crisis a priority following Obama’s re-election.

P196 Stampin SUPP/BN Candidate “I Always Deliver..

A day after the announcement of his candidacy by the SUPP Central Committee the young Lawyer and SG for Youth Central said to audie61.

These are the 6 words” I Always Deliver what I Promise” I will go all out to assist anyone who is in need of help and assistance. True to his words very early in the morning he was at the scene close to the workers of Sanmina-SCI who were retrenched and protested in numbers and asked for fair compensation.

He came early,listened to them,comfort them and he told the spokesman that he will personally look into their problems on the compensation scheme and he met up with the Assistant Director of Labour with the employees in a closed door meeting,

His actions together with P195 Candidate Tan Kai giving morale support too help stopped the protestors from making the wrong moves and the Protests.

The DAP YBs Violet,Wong and Chiew were there but they did not come out with a solution but onlyjust to be seen at the protests. The Police on duty were very pleased that the protests stopped after the intervention by BN members.

Wilfred Yap will be near you and he will say to you in person” I always deliver what I Promise” 

He is the real deal and he means what he says…