“PPP,PCM if not PRS..??”

People’s Progressive Party of Malaysia (PPP) should not be just recruiting members for no reasons. They have indeed irked many party leaders in the State BN including the likes of James Masing,Lee Kim Shin, Karim Hamzah,Daud Abdul Rahman and mosts recently SPDP President William Mawan.

William Mawan has expressed his disapppointment over the arrogant attitude of the State PPP leaders though they were new kids on the block. He reitereated when asked on the Mas Gading issue in that,”first and foremost  P192 MAS Gading is one of the seats allocated to SPDP as agreed under the state BN convention.Whoever contested against a BN endorsed candidate is considered an opposition.That also applies to PPP if it were to field its candidate in Mas Gading which is a BN stronghold.”

Meanwhile our sources have mentioned to us that one of PRS parliamentarians in Aaron Ago Dagang might not be nominated again to stand on PRS ticket. His relationship with the PRS President is anything but cordial and they are 1001 reasons PRS might justs drop him in the next GE. Masing himself in October 8th 2007 has maintained that P210 Kanowit Parliamentary seat belongs to PRS eventhough Aaron than won the seat on the now deregistered( PBDS) ticket.

PPP should also capitalise on this shouldn’t they? They will have a ready made MP for now instead of him(aaron) making his way to Parti Cinta Malaysia(PCM) as the Sarawak State Chairman Gabriel Adit is his relative and he is also cousin to Leo Moggie former Minister for Energy, Communications and Multimedia.

PPP shouldn’t you look into this too for a new MEMBER.?

PKR,”Certain Control Good…!!”

A chance meeting turned out to be very meaningful with a PKR Sarawak member. The ongoing ‘reengineering,rebranding and rewashing or whatever RE- you can call it is good for the party.

It’s not only happening in ,PKR DAP but also in SPDP,PPP and SUPP. It could also happen to any other parties for that matter. He used this simple analogy,”Two friends join a certain political party and fight their way to the top. One person has to be on top while the other has to play second fiddle. Both try to outdo each other and certainly it will be out of control as far as politcal ambition is. Factional politics is common everywhere around the world. However one must note that western politics in so far as USA and UK it is more matured. No need to tell you why do I he said..?

So the two friends will very soon not become friends and lead another group to outdo each other. Eventhough they try to compromise but as far as politics goes they both need to be No.1. Those who are not No.1 will aspire to be there soonest as to be No.2 is only to follow through and carry out orders.

Taib Mahamud PBB President has seen many challengers to his rule but so far he has managed to use his TREE SHAKING and DIVIDE AND RULE METHOD to his advantage. Many have fallen out of favour or left to dry on their own and he goes on looking for the next person who will be a TEAM MEMBER instead of wanting to be the Captain.

Anwar in PKR is trying his bests to develop the concensus or Arthurs round table method but some of his lieutenants within his garrison( ADUNS and MPs ) just failed to be patient enough and are seen to JUMP OVER TO A BIGGER SHIP as the seas get rougher and are too afraid to HOLD ON to the ropes. Instead they use the ropes to springboard themselves out of harms way and lesser dangers.  

Certain Control is of course good but too much will also mean all hell will break lose when the leader goes. The PKR member said,”Do you think honestly PBB will be the same party when Taib is no more in control..?”

PKR Sarawak needs to be properly controlled or else the ship will hit rocky patches and thus it will also suffer the indignity of losing its new found Fame in Sarawak for the voters to choose an alternate party besides the BN parties.  He said PKR will be able to create a ripple here and there but in the rural constituencies BN for now  still rules.

 Imagine Anwar going to Sri Aman for a ceramah. It takes 3 to 4 hours to reach. BN comes along with helicopter. Anwar arrives three hours later BN has already made their kill and you think the rural people will still buy what Anwar has to say.

You need to be realistic and logical in fighting BN in Sarawak. Go for the winnable seats and if all opposition YBs works hard after winning and does not jump ship there is every chance in 5 to 10 years it will be a different scenario. He said,”DAP is looking a very tough nut for the BN to crack nationally and locally.  One bad apple in Hii in Perak was enough and they have learnt their lesson very well. ”


“A Big Deal..Gerakan,PPP or PRS..??”

The Privilege source sms reads,”5 SPDP YBs to join PRS..Comment..??” audie61 got on the phone with the crew we interviewed and asks around and these are some of the comments from SPDP members and others who wished to stay anonymous:-

  • True Kah?Real Surprise!
  • No Comments,Bring into Ur blogs 
  • This is it for Mawan.Thats it! 
  • Politics is all about the Impossible About Time too
  •  Within 48 hours from 22nd Feb 5 ybs to join PRS as a merger exercise gets underway
  • Cannot be Peter Nansian already said in my blog
  •  Leave it to the leaders to chart for us
  • There are so many other BN parties to choose and going national is an option The decisions will have a major impact on Sarawak politics.
  • Rumours and Pure speculations. No Basis for them to join PRS
  • Adits and Ajangs case lingers on and they need to thread carefully
  • Lets just see the credibility of this article.Mere speculations.

   Todays Borneo posts has also Najib saying that PPP will not have any impact on State BN equation. He went on to say that PPP that the Sarawak based component parties will be the major dominant force.However he said that the Sarawak parties have any grouses they could bring it to the Barisan National Supreme council.

When we were browsing through Lim Kit Siangs blog in which it was posted Gerakan has lost Penang for good an interview with Lim Keng Yeik with the Edge Financial Daily and this is what we picked up and feel that it is significant ,”Gerakan is a multiracial party and the conscience of BN.Will (Tan Sri Abdul) Taib Mahmud stay? He has good control but will it split when he’s not there anymore? That will depend on who provides the leadership for the Ibans. Are they a satisfied lot? I don’t know.’

What makes the 5 legislators know what the BIG DEAL is because they have to gauge it carefully or else in the next elections their place will be taken up by some new faces .

  • Najib did say the Sarawak coalition parties remain dominant. But can the factor surrounding Raymond Tan of SAPP joining Gerakan Sabah sway their thoughts? 
  • Or could this words by Lim Keng Yaik,”politics is very interesting and challenging in Malaysia.My thoughts and feelings could make a difference. I intended to make a difference.
  • Or could this words by James Masing have an impact,'”What I know is that they do have some problems within their own party but I don’t know how serious it is,” he said
  • PRS will be wary of the new additions as they will be going for their TDC in May says an Emeritus Professor.  


DAP,SUPP and PPP “Cyberspace Warfare..??”

Most politicians when they are under attack they will lose their cool or act irrationally and they will open/dissect themselves up cleanly without the experience surgeons help says an Emeritus Professor to audie61.

It seems that DAP Sarawak is in for a rough ride in the next couple of months in the run up to the Sarawak State elections.  They have invited unknowingly a common foe into THEIR DOORSTEP and SUPP will take this opportunity to lay seige and attack incessantly. What BOOBY TRAPS are in place and for whom we can only wait and see how it BLOWS UP……    

The undisputed “SUPP and DAP” rivalry is also being felt across the cyber world of the FACEBOOK. audie61 blogged up the Storm Warriors of DAP and wonder should we should call the SUPP Youth Boys the “New Ninja’s“.

There is more to write about them in the coming weeks and we reserve this article to another day.

 If DAP vs SUPP is between common enemies what would one think if a PPP email is circulated in cyber space. Don’t tell me it just landed on our doorstep..Did it AVATAR into our blog…hmmmm..??

The email/comment can be read here:- (Full version and not amended)


I have this to say to YB Dato’ Murugiah, which part of my statement is defamatory YB. The truth hurts, doesn’t it. On the 14th Jan 2010 even the Star has reported exactly the same complaint I made of your January 10th 2010 event at the NUPW Promoting Business Loans etc in an article written by Veera Pandiyan. THIS IS PUBLIC DOMAIN NEWS. Emails I attach from blogs are speaking the same and the unhappiness at being misinformed by its members on its activities. Come to think of it you have been doing that from day one with your illegal PPP EGM in Putrajaya.

Is there no truth in all these writings which seem to echo what I stated. Are they all telling lies and only you are telling the truth. There is no doubt you owe the public an apology. Should you want to take legal action for what I have said, my party President and all the lawyers in our Supreme Council have offered to back me up.

Do not forget I was legally elected in December 2008, who are you to ask me to apologise to you when you are trying to usurp the Presidents post the illegal way using the Deputy Ministers post as a shield, a post you gained when you were in the PPP.
THERE IS NO NEED FOR ME TO APOLOGISE to an illegal self proclaimed president.

You have done this before ON 25 January 2002, THE Sun you quit the PPP minutes after being sworn in as Ipoh City Councillor. Only Minutes after, You then proceeded to state you will continue to serve your term as councilor, creating a similar scrambled situation with the BN government then. This is also public domain news. We forgave you and took you back. We cant help making comparisons with your current predicament.

You have done the damage to yourself, YB. Your continued feeble attempts to influence public opinion and PPP members is doomed to fail. You might dazzle a few die hard members with your rhetoric and your position as a Deputy Minister with all your allocations and promises but you have undone yourself.

We have worked with you and we know better. You have contradicted yourself so many times, it’s a wonder you still remain a Deputy Minister in this current Prime Ministers government.
I CHALLENGE YOU. Be brave show your 2100 PPP Branch head attendance list with signatures you alleged attended the January 10th 2010 NUPW function. Don’t just give signatures of public attendees, that might amount to 27 Million, the Malaysian population.

We have the records, the media can be invited to observe. If it verifies, I will apologise to you and I will even quit my post if you are proven correct. I call your bluff, a LEGALLY ELECTED WOMAN IN PPP is challenging you, don’t evade, don’t give excuses don’t camouflage. You have always been good with numbers. Don’t hide or come up with some lame and feeble story. I challenge you. The Womens Wing challenges you, prove your statement or quit as a Deputy Minister.

You claim the position of PPP President to keep some of our members hanging. On the 10th June 2009 you stated in the Star “ We must respect and give the ROS time to decide” . The ROS has finally issued a letter after its investigations dated 19th January 2010 on your status.

You were correctly expelled as per the Constitution and your so called election as PPP President is illegal. You now Respect that proclamation as per your Statement in June 10. You are embarking on an illegal quest from now. Read it and weep. Don’t try to usurp the PPP Presidents post or continue to mislead the public.

I have stated earlier it’s not a popularity campaign between you and our legally elected President , Datuk M Kayveas. All legitimate PPP rank and file members will not accept you as President. This has been made known to you before you were even expelled. As a Deputy Minister in the Barisan, obey the law you have sworn to uphold. Don’t make a mockery of the very same BN government you serve.
Just look at the tags you printed for your 10th January 2010 NUPW event under the guise of Kelab Penyokong BN. Turn it and you have a different event, convenient MAGIC. You used the very logo you called illegal on the tags . The logo is the same you complained to the ROS to have PPP deregistered. What exemption do you have to use it.
Do not misuse your Deputy Ministers post for your own gain. I hope no public funds were used to attract members for your purpose as not too long ago a DPM was charged with corruption for just misusing his influence. I stand by the Statements I made, there must be a body, a Constitutional Committee, to censure Ministers who stray and if there is none, one must be formed. There is no point in lodging a Complaint with the Public Complaints Bureau in this case.
Lets talk about your Arbitration attempts. You are teaching everyone from RA’s to any society to convene an arbitration panel if they are unsatisfied with the finality of any ROS decision. There are no provisions in the ROS laws and neither is there any in PPP’s Constitution for Arbitration. I might be a layman but any Arbitration requires all the affected stake holders to be present. It does not work with your whims and fancies and your desperate attempts to cling to power.
I don’t intend to indulge in an extended war of words with you. Accept the challenge – LET’S END IT.

Datin Josephine Anne,
Wanita PPP

“Abuse to Illegal Deputy Minister”

It seems when BN are really going all out to flush/tree shake those they consider not a “TEAM PLAYER”. Natasha received an sms that PPP.”They are at it again” Stories and details posted soon. 

On the 24th we covered an article which was “Ministerial Abuse of Power” and now our insiders in PPP are saying that the  infighting has not stopped but has deteriorated. Its farcical as far as they are concern and this article will be capitalised by the opposition. Or has PPP become irrelevant to the Pakatan alliance…?? PPP dreams to once again rise from the ashes however there are obstacles in their way for PPP to be a vital coalition for BN. Its remains a distant dream.

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) deems Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Senator T Murugiah to be an “illegal deputy minister” because of his refusal to give up the post although sacked from the PPP in June.

kayveas hq pc 050609PPP president M Kayveas, however, said he was leaving it to Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak to determine Murugiah’s position as the senator had refused to give up the post voluntarily despite the appointment coming under the PPP’s quota for ministerial posts.

Kayveas told this to reporters at the PPP’s Christmas open house held at the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) today.

He added that Murugiah was an ungrateful person in that he did not champion the PPP’s interests but instead used the opportunity to pursue his own political ambitions to become the president of PPP and in doing so tried to “stir trouble” in the party.

Among the VIPs who attended the open house were Umno secretary-general Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor and Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing Minister Senator Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin.