GE13 Cyber War..”Borderless.Youth will hurt you..!!”

When the head of UMB UMNO Tun Faisal told the BN bloggers in a cyber trooping workshop,”what you write will be read and its not about popularity but substance I was taken aback” Even if one (1) person reads your blog in “totality” it will multiply.

The message is simple blogs carry the full weight of how we address issues in this era of technological advances. Facebook is the supermarket where everybody buys while twitter is like express/bullet mail to the mind of the reader.

We are in this not because we want to be popular but we are in this because we want to engage the mindset of those who holds the keys and are part of the voters who will casts their votes in GE13.

Elections is about propaganda and dissemination of information takes all forms most common ones and traditional methods being through banners,buntings,billboards,TV aired advertisements,leaflets and also “surat layang2 in the villages”

Malaysia has develop and in 8 years time 2020 we want to be a fully developed nation. Our leaders knows that with development there are prices to be paid. The pyramid of voters “middle class” are all now internet savvy and technology is at a push and a touch or even without touching of a button (heat sensors) and they will receive whatever they require.

The cyber space is to be won and whoever grasps it by the neck will be a step ahead. Pakatan took the cyberspace in 2008 and BN leaders did not know what hit them. Today many are still lagging behind and are not fully in tandem or just ignoring the facts that cyberwarfare has reached the kampungs/longhouses and remote villages.

The leaders are so afraid to tell the Boss PM but the signs are REAL. PM played his card on justs pre-empt a June 3rd GE polling date. Why the Dayak leaders in Sarawak are so so afraid while the Sabahans said its not an issue?

Is there a condition put forward to the PM to say when he should hold the elections? BR1M(1Malaysia peoples aid ) and civil service pay rise have already been sorted out.

Let me tell you if the Johorean dayaks and also those who work in Singapore and Peninsular are back for the festive occasions in Kaamatan Sabah and Gawai Sarawak,it does spell trouble. They have seen it and they will tell all sorts of stories which will swing the votes.

Should the BN leaders be so afraid.? They did not do their homework thats why. They have taken everything forgranted and are running scared of facing their enemeies headon. (surely,YB Karim will say to me are BN or Pakatan? he had a dig at audie61 when we posted this article:- )

Even a former Bintulu MP Ting Ling Kiew said,”The state Barisan Nasional risks losing one-third of the 31 seats at stake in the parliamentary election if it fails to replace non-performing MPs.He further claimed that some of the long-serving MPs had seldom visited their constituencies and provided services to the people.

audie61 writes  to clarify what needs to be done for the country and do not apple- polish just for the sake of earning merit points. If the YBs and MPS have done their homework surely Pakatan would be very worried. The reason for Sarawak YBs as stated by Dewan Rakyat speaker Wan Junaidi he was quoted to have said,”June3 as pollingdate,as speculated is a no,no for Sabah and Sarawak.

Wow! Looks very much a very defeatists attitude. BN should be on high ground and not looking upwards and any dates of celebrations should be the time to get the people rallying behind instead of giving a negative backlash.

Could another former YB be on a second home coming or trying to put himself in the shop window to be a candidate in GE13?

Nyarok who losts badly to PKR Ali Biju musts have regretted that he did not heed the youths during the lasts state elections. He was even known to have said according to sources in Krian that we use the same old style,use the same elderly people,dont need youths we will win. Also we were told,”He said posters like Ali Bijus don’t vote” but did he losts badly and had to eat his words and he blamed sabotage.

Such a lame and feeble excuse….

We were on the ground to judge his operations and we were saddened of the attitude and approach. A lesson to be learnt for SPDP as it prepares for GE13.

Hold on! Are we hearing things?

We were taken aback when we covered the SPDP Youth and Wanita AGM/TGM opening ceremony and Nyarok said,’Younger generation are the future leaders.” Oh my! Isn’t he behind times or was he trying to just impressed.

A little too late though Nyarok and he even urged the party’s election machinery to make full use of mobile technologies in order to reach to the young voters.

RPK would have loved to knock a few teeth out of Nyaroks mouth by what he was and now he is regretting what he has done. This should be shuffed down Nyaroks throat extracted from RPKs article,”Siapa awak? Awak ni rendah. Awak tahu saya siapa? Saya Datuk. Saya Tan Sri. Saya Tun. Saya wakil rakyat. Saya Yang Berhormat. Saya ada kuasa. Saya orang besar. Awak apa? Awak ni Blogger saja. You are nobody. I am somebody.

If only Nyarok realise earlier of cyber warfare and the usefullness of engaging the youths and its machinery he would still be in cloud 9. Thank God that he is not and its given a new beginning for the BN government to look very closely at what needs to be done and how its going to be done to ensure SPDP/BN retains Saratok.

Luckily,CM Taib Mahmud have remarried and he knows way around the young minds. At the SPDP opening ceremony we tweeted what he said and this are the very words which are music to the ears of the youths of today. Nyarok who is younger than Taib musts have private lessons from Taib on how and what not to say to youths if he still wants to stay RELEVANT .

The tweets:- Athanasius Audie @audie61

  • CM Taib said we musts read the mindset of the ppl fast as we face challenges from the youth
  • CM Taib said BN”clear cut image and we sink our differences” especially in facing GE
  • The Thinking power of the Youth says CM is very important.Modern thinking and not afraid to run in d act of balancing.

CM Taib said the THINKING MINDS of the youth differs from an elderly person like him who have seen so much and the technological advances in this modern era we need to think about what they the youths think and it musts be turned to votes. By the way Taib is older than Nyarok.

The message has filtered all the way to even James Masing who said today in star online ,”PRS engages cyberworld to win elections:-Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) is delving into the cyberworld to win in the coming general election.

Its president James Masing said PRS’ New Media Unit would be one of the frontliners for the coming election.

“The shaping of the people’s minds via the Internet is more relevant to those who reside in the urban areas.”PRS cyber troopers will assist whenever they can in urban areas,” he said at the party’s headquarters here Wednesday.

Nyarok,Taib,Masing who next is giving UMB or cyber warfare an A+( PLUS) ?

James even said,”whatever lies.slanderous statements and unstatantiated allegations appear you must refute. PRS cyber troopers to battle in the War. Be very careful as it will hurt you if you are not ready to face the mortars and kitchen sink thrown at you. Some are prepared but some justs cannot take it and the opposition are well drilled and are stubbornly difficult to bring down.

The cyber space in this GE13 is not for the faint hearted and now even State housing minister and President of Saberkas Abang johari has joined the chorus of leaders in saying,”todays leaders must know of Facebook,Twitter and blogs so as to keep up with the younger generation

If you cannot communicate with the young people,how,then can you inspire and lead them? It seems the social networking will not only help BN or Pakatan but it will hurt the ones who are not ready to accept that the revolution is real.

PM Najib was quoted to have said this on December 1st 2011,”Keduanya, media baru. Mahu  tidak mahu, suka tidak suka, UMNO harus menguasai media baru kerana  hari ini, detik ini, ia mampu menentukan kemenangan atau kekalahan. Ia  berupaya mendatarkan “the playing field” atau ia turut boleh menjadikan  satu pertarungan itu, tidak setara. Dari yang demikian, orang UMNO wajib  mengetahui cara-cara untuk memanfaatkan media baru demi survival parti.

Memenuhi maksud dan menjiwai realiti baru juga, UMNO selaku sebuah  parti siasah yang dinamik, tidak boleh hanya sekadar hebat bertempur  dalam pertarungan lalu, kita semestinya juga menjadi juara dalam  berperang di medan laga terkini.

Its only now that the leaders realised the importance of the Cyber war.

We have earlier covered this subject and Click HERE to view:-

Former Deputy Chief Minister George Chans words clearly sums it up just like what Tun Faisal have opened up on blogs,

George Chan continued,”Urban seats its cyberwarfare and BN machinery is still very much lacking and he agrees that BN needs to oil up its parts and pick the bests to counter the “dirt and poisonous politics that is being spun out there in cyberworld”  His party suffered badly and they will try to pick up the pieces in time for GE13 and he knows BN will experience more than a good fight.



 A SUPP Pemanca said to audie61 over breakfast this morning,”George Chans outburst which reads as-.”‘if DAP joined BN, it will be also useless like SUPP, MCA and Gerakan’ because BN does not care about the Chinese.” This will return and haunt our party SUPP and eventhough I am serving in a constituency where we don’t have a representative I do feel scared for our other candidates.

 We are allocated 7 seats and 2 of them are now in the hands of DAP namely P195 and P212. Our other 5 seats are held now by MPs (P 219 Miri-Peter Chin),(P196 Stampin-Yong Khoon Seng),(P199 Serian-Richard Riot),(P211 Lanang- Tiong Thai King) and (P208 Sarikei- Ding Kuong Hiing)

 We have covered this earlier and click here to see:- 

According to an observer “If GE falls in the month of November SUPP will have the same problems of being headed by the present leadership. The SUPP general assembly will only be held in the month of December which will not benefit the party. SUPP losts 13 out of 19 seats it contested in the recently concluded Sarawak State elections and this in the majority Chinese urban areas. In the coming Parliamentary elections 6 seats are urban areas and 1 semi-rural seat in P199. The observer says he does feel for SUPP and the Pemanca is obviously scared as he has received very “negative reports” from the ground.

The FEAR says the Pemanca is more or less like “you can feel it in the bones” We have spoken our pieces to the party hierarchy and they know the chinese majority of voters are teaching SUPP a lesson but we have to soldier on. We will still have to consolidate our forces and hope SUPP listens more than ever now to the voices of the people. The newspaper articles which has been read by thousands should be looked into immediately and SUPP needs to address the issues or else they would be more FIRE for SUPP after GE13.” 

BN will be worried,wouldn’t they..?? 

GE13 SPDP:- Nyarok Out..Enturan In…

An SPDP privelege source telephoned audie61 and said,”Have you heard the latest from SPDP..? It seems that Deputy President of SPDP Peter Nyarok is now sleeping in the same bed as the SPDP Separatists 5. Also he is eyeing the P205 Saratok seat which is currently being held by Jelaing Mersat. Eversince he losts the N34 Krian State Seat he has been telling his closest aides that he stands a mosts likely chance of being nominated to be a candidate to representBN/ SPDP.

Word has it however that the President of SPDP William Mawan has already been grooming another person to replace  the incumbent in the person of Enturan who is an engineer. Two other names in Chambai and Kilat were shot down by our source in that they are not on the same wave length and radar of the President.

 The General elections cannot come any faster for Nyarok as he feels that this time round he will be more motivated and eager to retain the parliamentary seat for BN/SPDP. In the lasts state elections many issues were brought to his committee but were shot down immediately due to over confidence and ignorance and also without revealing and informing the incumbent Peter Nyarok.

One today still very much remains a sore point for the election committee members in that when they asked to reinforce more posters and printed materials they were brushed aside. Worse came up from the mouth”Materials,they cannot vote..!!” PKR Ali Biju used the propaganda materials to his advantage and scored big winning over an Asst.Minister with over 2,089 votes. 

In elections every little things matters and if this kind of arrogance and attitude is not erased the candidate and the party will suffer big time. A source on the ground also informed us that in lasts weeks meeting in Saratok the component partiers have already indicated that they prefer Jelaing to be maintain as candidate and they saw Nyarok feeling very uneasy in his chair. He has sinced pushed his agenda further by courting the SPDP5 who were once not on the same boat.

The President is watching the developements with an eagles eye and also monitoring the moves made by his Deputy. PKR Ali Biju has already indicated strongly that if Jerlaing and Nyarok is fielded he will stand and if anyone else he will only give a helping hand. This is good news to SPDP President but he will not take it literally as he might justs be fooled by this arrangement. He needs to field for the party a winnable candidate and well received by the grassroots.

Nyariok might justs have to count and work his mathematics again if he thinks that he will have any chance of being nominated. Our privelege source says,”Nyarok might try but he will fail in his quests


“Anwar v Najib…!”

It has reached to this Anwar vs Najib

SUPP President George Chan recent outburst has put the “cat amongst the pigeons.” His statement which reads as.”‘if DAP joined BN, it will be also useless like SUPP, MCA and Gerakan’ because BN does not care about the Chinese.”

Does that mean that Pakatan has one hand in the bag and will wrestle all the Chinese seats?

Was he trying to tell the Chinese based parties that we stand a better chance to be outside BN? There are too many issues which needs to be addressed and SUPP is indeed in a desperate situation. The GE13 will indeed be the last bullet to salvage its once proud standing as a party that ”clearly stands together for the Chinese community

 The people on the ground have indicated in so many words,”Anyone who stands against SUPP candidates now has at least 60 % of the votes in the pocket. The ground has reverberated at the lasts State elections and mosts political analysts are telling BN that in Sarawak that SUPP might just be extinguished by suffering a total wipeout.

“If you ain’t listening you will suffer an Unprecedented  loss of magnitude propositions.”

The battle royale will be left to UMNO , the Sabah and Sarawak based multi racial parties to lock horns with the Pakatan trio of PKR,DAP and PAS. The smaller independant minded parties in SAPP(Sabah) and SNAP(Sarawak) might just play the kingmakers in determining who will be the new Government of the Day after GE13. SNAP is awaiting new leaders to emerge and making it more than relevant as it prepares for its TDC this year.

Now the situation on the ground for BN is simple,”go through every candidate not just two or three times but listen to the people on the ground before affixing their names on the candidate lists. Pakatan has already started to vet their candidates and are ready for the showdown.

Anwar vs Najib will indeed be a Battle Royale………

PKR v SPDP:-Saratok”The Battle rages On..”

SPDP Presidents recent statement of “we have learnt from mistakes made in the April 16 polls and would thus be fielding only winnable candidates in the 13th general elections.” It has really open the floodgates for opinions,rethinking and reengineering from the incumbents and their supporters. It is indeed a fair statement from the President and with it an ultimate aim as one would put it as “NO PARTY WOULD WANT THEIR STRENGTH ERODED BY LOSING SEATS

In the lasts state elections SPDP losts two(2) seats in Krian and Ba’kelalan both to PKR. Both were strongholds of SPDP as it were the seats of the Deputy President and the Secretary General of the party. The President has losts both his left and right hand man and he knows that the party needs to maintain the four(4) remaining Parliamentary seats

SPDP’s four parliamentary seats are P192 Mas Gading currently held by Dr Tiki Lafe, P 205 Saratok (Jelaing Mersat), P217 Bintulu (Tiong King Sing) and P220 Baram (Dungau Sagan). President Mawan statement and stand of late has indeed up the ante and a repeat of the PKR v SPDP in Saratok and Baram seems a mosts likely. Baram incumbent seems to have made his stand and he told the english daily,”he would love another go in Baram as he has many plans for the people.”

Saratok remains a winnable seat for SPDP while PKR has a right to differ. Saratok, with a population of over 50,000 is represented by MP Jelaing Mersat from SPDP. The state constituency of N33 Kalaka is under Abdul Wahab Aziz from PBB, and N34 Krian is under Ali Biju from PKR.  In the lasts state elections Ali Biju defeated Peter Nyarok the SPDP incumbent handsomely.

An insider source reveals to us that Nyarok has not losts all hope and is eyeing revenge by putting his name in the hat as a possible candidate. He is after all the Deputy President of the party and it is highly likely that Jelaing will not be appointed to stand.  The groundswell is very much against Jelaing as his “Batang Hidung” is not even seen at any of the 3 Malay villages . The “malay” votes are important in this parliamentary seat and SPDP will not chance it again as the reports on the ground is anything but kind to the incumbent.

The results below shows how Peter Nayrok was edged out by the PKR candidate at the lasts Sarawak State Elections:-

1. Liman ak Sujang (SNAP)……………………..216
2. Peter Nyarok ak Entrie (BN-SPDP)……..3,088
3. Banyi ak Beriak (Bebas)…………………….125
4. ALI AK BIJU (PKR)………………………..5,178

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast…………………..8,674
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes………………………..67

Penyandang/Incumbent: Peter Nyarok ak Entrie (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,784
Majoriti/Majority: 2,089

Nyarok will make a claim for the seat as judging from the lasts two parliamentary elections SPDP has had very comfortable wins and he is all out to bait PKR assemblyman Ali Biju to stand against him. Jelaing has maintain his silence unlike Jacob Sagan and Nyarok sees this as an opportunity not to be missed to get back at PKR and make up for what he has losts

Word has got to the ears of an aide close to the PKR assemblyman. He said,”any other persons nominated by SPDP our YB will not stand in the parliamentary seat but if SPDP was to renominate Jelaing or put in Nyarok, there is every chance that he will seriously have to reconsider.

Year Barisan Nasional Votes Pct Opposition Votes Pct
2004 Jelaing Mersat (SPDP) 11,995 72% Edmund Stanley Jugol (SNAP) 4,450 27%
2008 Jelaing Mersat (SPDP) 12,470 76% Mohd Yahya Abdullah (PKR) 3,764 23%

PKR he said was very pleased with the assemblymans stand in his recent comments on rumours in circulation that ,”he was prepared to jump ship and also join SPDP. Furthermore he reiterated that ” he was a staunch Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) man and that was where he would remain.”

Ali is definately toying with SPDP and as he knows Nyarok very well. Nyorok being a fighter in his own right had tested the bitter pill and he will do his utmosts to lay claim to be nominated for the seat. The ball is thus played back to the feet of the election committee of SPDP and the President. Will SPDP fall into the trap of PKR as Ali Biju has been told to make his stand beforehand. PKR and Pakatan hierarchy knows that this is one seat that they can ill afford to ignore and they will push all out for Ali to re-consider for the better good of the coalition as a whole.

SPDP and BN will need to consider all options to go for a seasoned politician or take the chances with a new fresh faced candidate? No matter what this battle will go on be it with or without the names we have mentioned.

Pakatan/BN..”Berhati-Hati PRU13..!~!”

“Unholy conspiracy…”Dirtiest election in Malaysia’s history: These seems to be the words “suggested/uttered/used” by DAP and by MP Tony Pua who is their national publicity secretary to push their political message across.

The article can be read here but we extract this “The rumours have been swirling intensely for the past few months that BN is registering foreign workers and permanent residents as voters for the coming general election… However, it was the reports in Malaysiakini yesterday (that) provide hard evidence that foreign permanent residents have been granted voting rights in Malaysia.

And Malaysians seeking to achieve change in the next general election will have to work triply hard to convince those who are still in doubt over the need for change to overcome the uneven playing field (that is) in favour of BN,” Pua added.

WE WILL SAY ITS UP TO THE PEOPLE and they will vote for their own Members of Parliament.

Whoever works hard,hits the right note with the people will surely be voted in and in any election the bests PR and Propaganda will win the votes. The people are  not STUPID and they will access the situation.



GE 13 “Battle Royale”

An insider source from CM Sarawak’s office told us that his boss mentioned to some of his very senior cabinet colleagues,”The next Parliamentary elections needs to be held soonest or it will be very bad for the BN administration. The pendulum is swinging and it might just go out of control. The SILENTmajority are watching very closely. The only thing that is helping BN for the moment is the vibrancy of the world economy and 2012/13 it might get worse and affect Malaysia drastically.Be prepared for the worse and hope that BN is returned to power in the GE and still runs the Federal adminstration. The GE13 needs to be called soon”

The Anwar factor will still decide many a mind to switch camps. 




Anwar “GE13-People Decides …!”

Our last article the people power decides we said,”Of course its the people who will decide as when they have done it each and everyone of the 222 elected Parliamentarians will be the peoples choice. Its just ironic that at the PKR Shah Alam Convention Anwar is telling the whole world that Pakatan will win the GE13. The titled article by the internet portal seems to have challenged the BN to fight back-Anwar: BN no match for Pakatan, GE-13 is the best opportunity to win  

What do you sincerely and honestly think BN will do? Sit Back and Get hammered..?? Or Better still let the People Decide….

We shall see as the challenge has been thrown towards BN…


The article:- Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim said Prime Minister Najib Razak’s BN was no match for the Pakatan Rakyat and the time had come to finally win the federal government in the 13th general election, widely expected to held within the next few months.

Anwar, who is de-facto head of both the PKR party and Pakatan coalition, said BN had clung on because it cheated and used all forms of unfair means to win. This was why it feared the Bersih 2.0 anti-election fraud rally slated for July 9.

Anwar also said if Najib could promise he would hold free and fair elections, he would recommend to Bersih chairman Ambiga Sreenevasan to call off the rally. But the likelihood of the Najib administration acceding to the Bersih’s 9 demands for transparency are as good as zero.

“BN cannot debate us on governance or the economy, but only try to divide us,” said Anwar.

He added that despite the obstacles thrown in their way, Pakatan and PKR survived because they had “the programmes”.

The Opposition Leader and Permatang Pauh MP was speaking at the PKR election convention held in Shah Alam on Sunday. More than 4,000 delegates thronged the hall and the mood of elation and barely suppressed excitement could be felt as election fever gripped the party.

Earlier, secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution told delegates that the time had come for Malaysia to finally emerge from a dark age of feudalism and corruption dominated by the UMNO elite.

“It’s development time for Malaysia, it’s Anwar time for Malaysia,” Saifuddin said to thunderous applause from the hall.

Best opportunity

Pakatan came to power in 2008, sweeping control of 5 of Malaysia’s 13 states and denying BN its long-held two-thirds majority in Parliament.

In the past three years, Najib and his UMNO party have focused on how to wrest back these states which included jewels Selangor and Penang through the use of all ways and means and at “all costs”.

To maintain the upperhand, Najib also fully exploited the judiciary, tarnishing its credibility which is now at the lowest ebb following the Perak power grab. None of the other instututions such as the police, the MACC, the media, the civil service and even the government hospitals hold much traction with the people anymore, as Najib also bent them to his will in order to show his might over the Pakatan.

But the more the PM applied his strong-arm tactics and the more unprofessional the institutions became, the more the people rejected him and his UMNO party. Even the economy has suffered with few large investors willing to put their money here until credibility in the country’s system was restored.

Anwar told delegates the 13th General Election was the “best opportunity” to form the federal government as the Pakatan needed just a five per cent swing in votes to win. In 2008, Pakatan won 47 per cent of the 8 million votes cast, while BN took the balance.

“We have come this far from 1999, 12 or 13 years is a very short time. Now we need just five per cent to change the Malaysian landscape. This is our best opportunity, not just for Pakatan but for the people to change the government,” Anwar said.

Focus on election, not on whether I am jailed, says Anwar

Among obstacles that BN has thrown in Pakatan’s way include manifestly fabricated sodomy charges against Anwar, which he has denied and accused Najib and wife Rosmah of plotting, the Datuk T sex video conspiracy by 3 UMNO members with close links to Najib and ex-premier Mahathir Mohamad, the innumerable attacks against DAP and the Penang state government as well as merger offers to PAS, which the Islamist party has rejected.

However, the most immediate risk is from the sodomy trial, where Malaysians generally expect Anwar to be jailed, just as Mahathir had imprisoned him for 6 years in 1998. Many pundits worry this will set back Pakatan as Anwar is regarded as the glue that holds the coalition together.

Even so, Pakatan top leaders have braced themselves for such an eventuality and PKR itself has strengthened its leadership structure with deputy president Azmin Ali poised to step in and help PKR president Wan Azizah run the party should Anwar be incarcerated again.

“Forget about whether Anwar is thrown in jail but just focus on the election,” said Anwar.

He added that BN actually faced more problems than Pakatan and supporters should be confident their leaders can easily recapture their seats in the coming GE.

“Who doesn’t know about inflation? Independent power producers? The Port Klang Free Zone? Teoh Beng Hock? Don’t underestimate the wisdom of the people,” said Anwar.

“Machang, Permatang Pauh, Merbok and Gombak were all Umno strongholds. But look what happened in 2008. So make sure you work hard because you don’t want to lose by a small margin.”

BN and Pakatan will be at each others back and the People will decide during GE13 of course it very much still depends on the CANDIDATES PRESENTED.. 

Nothing will escape the PEOPLE NOW…