17th August 2015 A Significant Date in Sarawak..?

aaadenan22nd July 2015..a day many Sarawakians who was at the Peaceful Rally march or at the Waterfront Pantomime  will remember for as long as they breathe the air in this earthly kingdom. Today 23rd July 2015 is also the birthday of Malaysia’s 6th Prime Minister Najib Razak who turned 62. Many congratulations to him and he needs to be blessed with good health to turn around the blind corners which he is facing unless the detractors are silenced in a manner the government of the day knows best.

Najib has made his choice and those around him will fight on with him to avoid being taken down like Ten pins in the bowling alley. Sarawak is significant to him as a political battleground to shut the traps of those who have been overzealous in dethroning him and tearing to shreds the many programmes that he has embarked on.

We know that http://www.sarawakreport.org/ was used by the opposition front as a political tool in the last elections and many articles written scored “enough points” to win and ended dreams of many in the BN camp.

Now the incessant attack is no more focus on Sarawak as CM Adenan is winning the popularity polls. Will his army win the war for him against the opposition and give a big boost to Najib?

August 17th will be a very important  date if its the call of a dissolution in Sarawak. The encampment of both sides of the propaganda machines including surely sarawakreport.org, will give Najib and his men a battlefield back to Sarawak.

Will Adenan and Sarawak be very much in the script? Its coming soon .Be prepared to face the HEAT

The truth of the matter is Political Popularity does not lasts forever and Adenan knows the game well enough as he has survived many decades in this field.

Najib will need Adenan and it will be in the political history books that Sarawak was the turning point.







Assistant Minister Unscathed In A Driving Incident

Assistant Minister for Youth Development and Housing  YB Karim Hamzah officiated the Borneo Auto Great Wall “Wingle 5” auto show this morning at the “Travillion” in Kuching Sarawak.

He was impressed with the SUV eventhough he was involved in the “incident” which made the vehicle turned “turtle”. The driver was hurt and he was sent to hospital for a further checkup. Reporters and guests were at the scene of the incident.


23 July 2013 20:45
This video is recorded during our Tour in Kuching. During a normal routine stunt by our professional driver an incident during a H5 demo run at the Great Wall tour of Borneo in Kuching involving YB En. Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah, Assistant Minister of Social Development for Youth Development & Assistant Minister of Housing along with VIP’s from GWM happened this morning. Everyone in the H5 walked way without any injuries. The H5 was executing a reverse flick flip over it roof and landed on its side. Though the H5 was damaged but the strength design and quality of build of the body shell minimised the risk of injury to its occupants. This is also a visual proof of the quality of our Great Wall vehicle. Please ignore all the rumours spread by irresponsible parties in all forms of Media. Thank you. Shared by: Youtube (AMCSB76) Steven
Length: 1:51

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Sarawak Report 2 “Foreign Intervention”


Too right it is! If we are to write in a portal especially so on negative issues or “truth be told” and call it”englandreport.org” and has wide readership what happens? We expose all the negative reports on the country Britain surely sooner or later they will be ‘agent’s at our offices or tracking us down” and also giving us some ‘friendly advices.” Bet you there would.

Seems though Claire Rewcastle Browns arrival to Sarawak was politically timed and motivated as it coincided with PM Najibs visit to Britain. She knows very well that CM Taib and some together in the administration who have been “EXPOSED UNNECESSARILY” are not exactly “very fond” of her and will do whatever to tarnish her credibility. Does she know she will be stopped?

Turned out she did and this article we extracted,‘BMF wants the British government to “formally protest” against the “unacceptable banishment” of Sarawak Report editor Clare Rewcastle Brown from Sarawak yesterday morning”

BMF(Bruno Manser Fund)?

Are they trying to use “public opinion” to move her case and by gosh Claire will capitalise on this to move the agenda to see an end to Taibs rule. Are we convinced that she is doing it for Sarawakians? She is a British subject and she will tell the world that a British subject is turned away from the country which was once a British colony. The arguments will also be its an outdated immigration law and it should be changed as its irrelevant now.

Moreover now Lim Guan Eng (CM Penang ) is also getting into the act. This is extracted,‘Lim said the barring was an abuse of immigration powers to prevent Brown from exposing alleged financial improprieties in the state. He said,”I have met Brown in London and she struck me as a conscientious defender of justice, right over wrong and freedom of choice. She has an abiding love for Sarawak because she was born and had lived in the state.

We are Sarawakians and we would like to remind that we see more foreign intervention on the state and as per the 20 points which is for everyone to see unedited which one can draw their own conclusions:-

Point 6: Immigration[edit]

Control over immigration into any part of Malaysia from outside should rest with the Central Government but entry into North Borneo should also require the approval of the State Government. The Federal Government should not be able to veto the entry of persons into North Borneo for State Government purposes except on strictly security grounds. North Borneo should have unfettered control over the movements of persons other than those in Federal Government employ from other parts of Malaysia into North Borneo.

From BMF to CM Penang and now even this another way of trying to tell the world how bad CM Taib and Sarawakians are suffering. By the way let me ask this to those who think Sarawakians are mistreated or dying with hunger? Are we homeless,dying on the streets from hunger or shooting at each other because of differences in political views?


Mind you it must be noted that mosts Sarawakians are peace loving people but unhappiness,dissatisfaction on certain issues are only HUMAN but we cannot have everything we crave for. Some are born rich,others scrapping for a living and the world is balance in such a way that one cannot run away from it.

Taib as leader has not given me anything whatsoever in “wealth,property or political positions” but I respect the MAN HIMSELF  in that he ruled the state giving Sarawakians the


To prove my point, he spoke freely at a Barisan National convention in 2010 in which when I went to the toilet two(2) Menteri Besars( Chief Ministers of their respective states) said Taib must be commended for what he has spoken and he keeps to his words. We must emulate him and he has given FREEDOM to the peoples faith.


Claire without a doubt is very persistent as per Rafizi who mentioned it in a Press Conference. True to her word she has many friends too in the press/printed media and internet portals as this under the heading:-ONLY IN MALAYSIA:lawyer under travel ban for supporting Suu Kyi even after she walks free. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/only-in-malaysia-lawyer-under-travel-ban-for-supporting-suu-kyi-even-after-she-walks-free/

See Chee How an lawyer,activist and PKR Vice Chairman cannot step out of Malaysia as he has his passport confiscated. Well, isn’t this a political message which Claire wants to tell the Sarawak Government and Malaysian Government that they cannot do that? Are they other “HIDDEN HANDS” involved in trying to see an end of Taib Mahmud and his administration?

Truth be told and its a fact. Taib can easily walk away from it all but he has indicated recently that he will leave midterm. They are some who are “impatiently” wanting to see a new leader to helm the State. There are a number of would be ‘Successors” which we have written earlier and ‘whispers are now heard some are PRESSURED to make it happen sooner rather than later.

CM Taib on the other hand need not be removed if he is defeated in a state elections in his constituency and this cannot be ruled out too. One time strong man former CM Tun Abdul Rahman was defeated by current MP Wahab Dolah in 1987. So why is Claire and Sarawak Report backers not using this method?( yeah History does repeat itself don’t you think Claire?)

  • Why is it so PRECISELY DONE like a surgeons incision in that Claire must come to Sarawak at a time when Najib meets Cameron?

We don’t want Sarawak to be scrutinised by Foreign Blogs nor Interferences and we cannot imagine what would happen to us if we were to pick only on British affairs. In recent times we have been bombarded with “WIKILEAKS AND NOW WE HAVE THE EDWARD SNOWDEN SAGA?


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