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Wow! Cindy was asked to check on a report from a former colleague in Malaysiakini and it was titled: Anwar: Mahathir asked World Bank for aid . This must be a direct response to Mahathir who still gives his more than “2 cents opinion” in the run up to General Elections. Anwar knows his time is running short (sodomy verdict January 9th.??) and he needs to use the time to attack incessantly at BN. Mahathir still has his wires attached to UMNO and BN and Anwar will try to clip and chip it away.

Godfathers/warlords or whatever names are accorded to the seniors/veterans of parties will have their hands full as the cybertroopers from both political divided will leave no stones unturned. This GE13 is anything but easy for both BN/Pakatan. The voters have woken up and they know that their casting votes are only for those “winnable,credible and people first…

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1987 was the Ming Court Affair. Thought Provoking..?  History about to repeat itself.? Didnt 1987 changed the way how the powers control the political scene in Sarawak ? Is Pakatan Sarawak the New force and a New platform for the opposition to surf their wayto the Corridors of Power?

Usually there must be a spark of some sort which will further PUSH FOR A REVIVAL. The groundswell is there and even amongst the BN dayak politicians there is a call for “Dayakism”. Why? What ‘s wrong? Where is it happening? Who are the forces behind?  When is it happening?

One school of thought is that,”Its not so much the opposition is strong but BN versus BN  which will benefit the Pakatan group? Even the push to oust the so called towkays in the BN aligned political parties is reaching feverish momentum. PRS has already reengineered the move with the Sng faction taken out of the equation…

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lim-guan-engDAP, everyone once in a lifetime one have used the phrase” two wrongs don’t make a right“. Of course we are referring to your recent election of new-office bearers where ‘Malays’ let alone ‘Dayaks or Kadazans”were elected into the central committee.

Whatever happened to your election scrutineers in tabulation? Was it a genuine schoolboys mistake or otherwise? We cannot answer that but the damage has already been done and to correct the wrongdoing doesn’t make it ALL RIGHT..!!

DAP can also argue that according to its constitution they can do all acts or things specified elsewhere in that they can make adjustments or put things in order.

However, we ask “shouldn’t there be a Emergency Central Committee Meeting to look into this “fiasco” and deliberate it through?

Furthermore,”Shouldn’t the Secretary-General notify the Central Committee on this matter as it will affect the political wellbeing of the party especially with ‘oversights” on election…

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