SPDP Cyber Team on the offensive..!!

mawan11President Mawan said to the SPDP cyberteam,”they the opposition have been hitting us hard and NOW its our turn. We will go all out to ensure BN/SPDP win all our allocated seats. We are working hard for the rakyat and they will know we are here for them 

The cyberteam are engaging the detractors and we are hearing also from some sources that most of the PKR Saratok members are just using the party Platform. They are whispering”bisik bisik“only using the PKR PLATFORM and we dont like Anwar?  True or not you have to ask them.

TEAM SPDP cyber squad have worked hard and these are some of the sites which they will cover where SPDP news are next to you.

1.http://whizzekid.wordpress.com/2013/04/26/lawatan-pm-ke-saratok/ 2.http://pulanganas.wordpress.com/2013/04/26/updated-newspaper-clips-on-spdp-2642013/  3. Pengerakan Putera and Puteri SPDP on Facebook

4.https://www.facebook.com/#!/jamesjoshua?fref=ts https://www.facebook.com/athanasius.chua?ref=tn_tnmn#!/pages/UMB-SPDP/174623772587941?fref=ts

5. The tweeter team is also very active and have been engaging the opposition for a good few months and with polling just 9 days to go they will intensify this engagement





The words uttered by Assitant Minister and former Senior Vice President of SPDP should be commended on 14th April 2013″I am a Barisan man and I am a team player


We received an sms from MP192 BN candidate Anthony Nogeh spokesman” YB peter Nansian ada berucap di gereja Kpg Apar pagi tadi nyuruh org kpg ngundi calon yg udah molah kerja dgn rakyat bukan calon yg kita sik kenal,la statement Nansian, maksud nya undi TIKI.

If BN loses this seat Tiki and the Geng must be blamed. He is spliting BN votes and the actions are not helping BN retain the seat.



Below an extracted article from an internet portal 

Incumbent MP for Mas Gading Tiki Lafe may pay the price for contesting as an Independent against Anthony Nogeh from Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) in the coming general election.

His chairmanship of the National Service Training Board (NSTB) is at stake as SPDP supporters and even the opposition candidate from State Reform Party (Star) Patrick Anek Uren demand he be sacked.

NONETiki (right) who has represented Mas Gading for three terms was sacked from SPDP, which is part of the BN coalition, in Nov 2011 following a leadership tussle.

Since then he and four other elected representatives also sacked from SPDP, formed what is known as ‘Kelab BN Sarawak’.

Paul Igai, SPDP deputy secretary general, said that Tiki should know what to do as he is no longer part of the party.

“He should step down if he is a principled man. Other than that we have nothing more to say,” said Igai.

Tasik Biru PBB chairperson John Nyigor also said that Tiki should step down or face being forced to resign.

“The possibility is there as people are going after him,” he said.

Uren is also asking why Tiki is still the chairperson of the National Service Training Board when he is an Independent candidate for Mas Gading where BN already has a candidate.

“The voters in Mas Gading deserve answers,” he added.

However Tiki said that he had done nothing that required him to resign from the chairpersonship of the National Service Training Board.

“However, I leave it to the prime minister,” he said.

BN chief Najib Abdul Razak has warned that anyone from the party contesting against BN candidates would be sacked from the party but that’s a separate issue from losing their posts


cawatSarawakians dont have short memories. What happen at BATANG AI by elections? What was said by the President of PAS? Let’s show them what we Sarawakians will do to PAS.


TodayPAS president Abdul Hadi Awang  named the party’s candidates for seven constituencies in Sarawak, but three of the MP seats are also being claimed by Pakatan Rakyat partners DAP and PKR.

The seven seats are 1. Kota Samarahan 2.Sibuti 3.Igan 4.Batang sadong 5. Tanjung Manis 6. Julau 7.Mukah

Surely this is on a collision course with DAP and PKR and Baru Bian has this to say,”I will find out from Kuala Lumpur. I am shocked that I have not been informed of the decision,”

No Need lah Baru Bian you must remember what PAS President Hadi said in Batang Ai by elections.

Lets refresh you,”Semua pilihanraya kecil sebelum ini keputusannya memihak kepada kita. Cuma di Batang Ai sahaja kita kalah sebab mereka ini tidak reti undi, pakai cawat lagi. Saya bukan nak hina tetapi tempat yang pakai molek, undi PAS.”


BN Battles to take back Sibu Seat…

SAMSUNG TECHWIN DIGIMAX-410We wrote earlier:-“Sibu:- In the by election DAP Wong Ho Leng won this seat. Wong would not defend this seat due to brain tumour and recoving from chemotheraphy. Temonggong Vincent Lau would bepitted against a new DAP candidate in Oscar Ling. Chances of wrestling the seat back from DAP looks very good as PBB ADUN Annuar has been working extra hard to win over the losts bumiputra votes during the byelections. They have both been seen working hand in hand and SUPP’s chances looks brighter eventhough this 95% urban seat. (Grey)

Today an internet portal has this to say which are more detailed as we only scratched the surface.

GE13 WATCH Given that incumbent Wong Ho Leng will not defend the Sibu parliamentary seat on grounds of illness, the DAP can expect an all-out fight from rivals in Sarawak.     The Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) is expected to field a heavyweight – Vincent Lau, 65 – in its bid to reclaim the seat lost by a slim majority of 398 votes in the 2010 by-election.
Vincent will face Oscar Ling, a 36-year-old pharmacist and Wong’s special assistant, who was named last month as the DAP’s candidate.
There is little doubt that Vincent stands ahead of Ling in terms of personality as well as familiarity in the local community.
Vincent, while a newcomer to politics, is a prominent figure as he is second-in-command of the family-run business, KTS Group, in Sibu.

He is widely recognised for contributions to education and social work over the last two decades. This has earned him the honorific of ‘Temenggong’ from the Sarawak government.
Still, this could work against him because the political scene in Sibu had been dominated by rich and powerful business figures for two decades up to 2008, said Sarawak DAP secretary Chong Chieng Jen.

azlanThey have found involvement in politics to be beneficial to their family-run businesses, he claimed.
The two parliamentary seats of Sibu and Lanang have been dominated by such personalities in previous elections.
SUPP had fielded Robert Lau Hoi Chew for five terms. Upon his death in 2010 and in the resulting by-election, the party’s Robert Lau Hui Yew was defeated by the DAP’s Wong.
Four-term Lanang MP and Sibu mayor Tiong Thai King is a younger brother of Rimbunan Hijau Group boss and tycoon Tiong Hiew King.
While the BN has yet to announce its candidates for the 13th general election, Tiong and Vincent are on the list for Lanang and Sibu respectively.
Sibu SUPP chairperson Wong Soon Koh has reportedly described them as “the most winnable candidates”.

Another of Wong’s special aides, Alice Lau – 32 and also a pharmacist – will contest in Lanang. She was defeated in last state election in the Bawang Assan constituency by the SUPP’s Wong Soon Koh.
The DAP has claimed to see a decline in support for the BN in Lanang, an urban seat with 72 percent Chinese voters.
SUPP’s ‘convincing candidate’
A source close to the Lau family told Malaysiakini that the internal rift within SUPP has dampened support for the party, and this is why it has to field a convincing candidate in Sibu.
“By fielding Vincent, SUPP hopes the voters will choose his personality over the party – it hopes they will forget about the infighting and remember Lau’s contributions to the community,” the source said.

He also said Vincent has a good relationship with the Tiongs and that the two families have agreed to support each other in the election, even to the extent of persuading employees to vote for the respective candidates.
When contacted, Vincent urged voters not to label him as a “business tycoon candidate” and not to judge him based on his background, saying this would be unfair to him.
“I just happen to come from a business family and have a better financial position than others,” he said, also rejecting the notion that rich candidates would stoop to buying votes.

Asked if he will quit the family-run business to become a full-time politician should he win the Sibu seat, Vincent said he will be able to attend to both business and politics.
He is prepared for the duties that await an elected representative, including “visiting flooded areas and even check on street lighting if need be”.
Both the Lau and Tiong families have one thing in common – control over several newspapers and publications.
However, Vincent said he will not use these to promote himself, explaining that he wants the media to report fairly on the election campaign.
SUPP strategies have ‘failed twice’
The DAP’s Bukit Bendera MP and political strategist Liew Chin Tong is unfazed by SUPP’s strategy of fielding candidates from rich families.
He pointed out that these candidates had been defeated in the Sibu parliamentary by-election in 2010 and in the 2011 state election.
“When society is mature, (you) can’t buy votes, but if society is immature and poor, money will have its say,” he noted.

Liew said he sees GE13 as a battle based on political alliances and demand for change, rather than on the personality of candidates.
The DAP is more optimistic about winning Lanang than keeping Sibu, a SUPP fortress. Until the 2010 by-election, the party had lost the seat only once – by 141 votes in the 1982 general election.
Sibu has more that 64,000 voters, of whom 65 percent are Chinese and 25 percent are bumiputeras.

“Although it is named Sibu, the constituency is located on the outskirts of Sibu town and has a mix of urban and rural voters from the BN’s stronghold,” Liew said.
“We never dreamt we would defeated (Robert) in the by-election.”
The DAP had benefited from a large batch of voters returning home to vote in the by-election, which saw a 70 percent turn-out compared to 67 percent in 2008, he added.

SUPP Leads by Example …..

SUPP P196 aspiring candidate Wilfred Yap’s own words and we will respect that,” A PARTY WITHOUT DISCIPLINE HAS NO HOPE”

If BN component parties all show this True Barisan spirit it augurs well for the coalition going into GE13.


Wilfred Yap (The Star 25032013) 

Jumlah Pengundi: 67,257 <!– Peningkatan jumlah pengundi: –>Peratusan Kaum: M: 11% C: 76% I: % B/Sab: % B/Swk: 12% L: 1%
1. Datuk Yong Khoon Seng (BN) [21,966] 2. See Chee How (PKR) [2,198] 3. Voon Lee Shan (DAP) [18,896]
Jumlah undi:
Majoriti: 3070 Undi rosak: 428
Penyandang: Datuk Yong Khoon Seng (BN) (Majoriti: 7,731 undi)

“Intensify Polls Preparation”

Ahmad Maslan Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department have sounded the bugle and war drums in his final round before GE13. He has up the ante by rallying all BN members and elected representatives and said,”the time has come and we have little time left” and all machineries must be gelled together.

BP 20032013

Working Together in Baram Constituency

The message is very clear as audie61 and crew sat down with Jacob Sagan Senior Vice President and Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry at his home today.

These are his words,”We have to settle all our differences,we have a common enemy,this is a winnable seat”

Many will say we are polishing him up for the sake of the party to win the seat. Why not? Why shouldn’t we? He is afterall our SVP of the party and a loss in this constituency will affect the party badly. The party have named him and chosen him to defend the seat and we need to be realistic about his chances and see a solution to all the accusations,allegations and defamatory statements hurled towards him and his family.

You and I know that facts and statistics dont lie and if you Jacob Sagan sorry is not a working MP would the following be uploaded here:-( We would also join forces to pull him down. That we will do and Jacob knows that.. )

Total Voters: 24,425 Race Percentage: M: 6% C: 11% I: % B/Sab: % B/Swk: 83% L: %
1. Datuk Jacob Dungau Sagan (BN) (7,996) 2. Kebing Wan (Bebas) (3,952)
Majority: 4,044 Total Votes: 12,115 Percentage of voters: 49.6% Spoilt Votes: 167
Incumbent: Datuk Jacob Dungau Sagan (BN) (Majority: 3,310 undi)

Furthermore unknowing to him we also did some homework on the man himself.According to his family members the MP himself has dedicated his time and efforts mostly to the constituency as this area is so complex and large. He has hardly have time for us and accusations of ‘not being around” “not on the ground” are the work of the opposition and those who have ‘personal vendetta” against the party he represents and not BN as a whole.

There are Two ADUNS( Dennis Ngau from PBB and Sylvester Entri “BN Club”) in this Parliamentary seat of Baram. There are around 13000 voters in Dennis Ngau’s area in Telang Usan while Sylvester Entri 11000 voters.

Jacob said,”Dennis is working very closely with me and he is putting in a lot of effort to ensure BN retains this seat. He is keeping his fingers crossed that the other assemblyman who was sacked from SPDP for insubordination will work closely too with him. Jacob told us,’I have never ever uttered anything bad about the ADUN in question and this is what should be posted.

The Ibans in the area appreciate that and he told us to post this,

“How can a BN man claim he is a BN Man but on the samebreadth want to destroy a candidate sanctioned by BN”

I have kept very quiet and you know i do my work without much fanfare but recently we have received taped ceramahs from the ADUN that he will go all out against SPDP candidate in the area as they have sacked him. Jacob said this personal vengence or “anger” against the party is not in the spirit of BN. Didn’t the Deputy Prime Minister Muhyddin said that “traitors” will be dealt with accordingly? This must stop and it is no good for BN unity.

The Deputy Minister was puzzled as why there is so much focus on him eventhough he won so much as 4000 over votes while his MP neighbour in Limbang who scrapped through by 676 votes is not even mentioned on the same breadth? Why is there so much scrutiny on him and not the others?

We told him all his opponents are using not only Perception to run him down but he must do something to rebutt all the accusations. He knows some websites  have carried articles against him and he said dont worry audie61 “The Truth will prevail.”

    Moreover he was also informed that there are certain forces within the State BN family who have even suggested the name of Anyi Ngau to be nominated. In this he said,Who are they to dictate who the party nominates? We do not want to have another Ba’Kalalan where we losts the State seat to PKR Baru Bian. There must not be anymore of this helicoptered candidate in the last minute or BN will suffer losses.

This has to stop now he said.

Jacob also showed us all his projects completed under his jurisdiction and he said there are so many lies out there which have hurt him and his family greatly. The mention of the “watertanks” which he applied from federal for the state in which Sylvester Entri implemented says so much for the deputy minister. This are all done for the people of Sarawak and when we do good we get accuse.

On another note he said,”many have even given Baram a grey/black area. However Jacob reminded us that he has received tremendous support from the likes of Temonggong Pahang Ding Anyie,Penghulu Herbert Lawai Epoi, Penghulu Patrick Jeliman,Pemanca Joseph Ngau Lian,Pemanca Philip Lakia and many others in PBB,SUPP and PRS to continue his work as MP for the area. They will go all out to defend the seat with him  and for BN/SPDP and he is encouraged.

He knows who have been pushing for him to be removed from the candidacy and he was even told that some agencies have written not so ‘favourable reports” against him. Jacob said”We need to work together and not do it justs for SELFISH and  GREEDY MEANS”

Jacob would be a very happy man if both YBS are working side by side with him. He does not want to name names as who else is involved in the charge against him and if he does it now it opens an opportunity for the Pakatan group to run him down.

Obviously we are also privy to the information and Jacob hopes that there are comparative fairness and hopes thatBN does focus too on other seats besides his and also to put a stop to the witchhunt on the party. BN needs to be united and if not the Pakatan group will capitalise on our weaknesses.

There have been too many uncalled reports and accusations hurled at MP Jacob Sagan. BN must know he won the seat successfully each time due to his time and efforts put into the constituency and not by ‘remote control”

SPDP will stand by Jacob as he prepares for his most challenging and toughest election campaign.