The ‘Rats” Will be Flushed Out Soon

1aaacWithin the next six months there will be an EVOLUTION of some sort within the local political minefield. The leaders who are in power at the moment does not necessarily be contented with their seats nor their powers.

We have mentioned to many within the political corridors that there are far too many ‘RATS” who are overstepping their boundary lines. Of course, one would say,” NAME THEM ,NAME THEM,NAME THEM.“. Do we need too ?  Dont think we are that “Daft or stupid” ?

Obviously one only need to  look at Turkey. Dont you say,”Cheh…or B.S…!!” You might live to regret sooner than you spell your own name.”

The Pied Piper is coming up with his “magic tune” very soon.

Watch this space !!

 

 

 

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DAP Violet “Oh Please … Flood”

adap violetIf the Sarawak State Government have not done anything or lifted a finger DAP Pending Assemblyman have every right to issue the statement above. The last few days 18th to 21st February 2016 the amount of rain that has fallen in the Kuching Division even the best drainage system will not be able to contain the gallons of water the rain brought .

The rain waters came down “mercilessly” and the DID  engineers had their hands full. The operations centre was “bombarded’ with calls of help and all relevant government departments were working overtime.

During times like these we do hope that COMMON SENSE prevails instead of politicising this matter. Kuchingnites and for that matter Sarawakians are appalled by this statement attached. (Surely, soon we will be hearing that its not my statement and my FB was hacked)

Ohhhhh Gosh!!!

 

DAP Nga Kor Ming…For Real..???

1ngaWhen Lim Sian See posted the article below he must have his reasons. Well, truth be told if DAP Member of Parliament Nga Kor Ming said that he will certainly be banned to enter the State of Sarawak as CM Adenan does not like bigots,extremists and troublemakers.

Our CM Adenan will ensure that he thoroughly check the facts first as we know he practises,”I always believe that a man is guilty until proven so,if you believe that a man who is guilty the moment he is accused there will be PROBLEM..

 Let us all check our facts and stop all the HATRED by being rationale.

The extracted article from the Facebooker…Lim Sian See ( a shoe profile)ashoe1

” I seldom get angry – especially over online stuff – but i am furious about this.

The most useless MP from DAP strikes again. The page bearing his name which he claims is run by unnamed fans and not by him or DAP, has completely slandered Sarawak CM with a juvenile RBA-level edit to scold Chinese.

MCMC and PDRM should call the MP in and investigate him. The MP must either give up the names of those people running it or report to FB that someone had misused YB Nga’s “good” name to hasut and ask FB to shut down the page.

Actually, many people already have evidence on who is running that page. A certain Chong from Taiping is the culprit and many people know that – so no point to hide.

In any case, the cowardly MP also shared this picture on his personal FB page – thus he can no longer deny that he does not know about this:https://www.facebook.com/ngakorming/posts/10205717980012162

DAP people are a bunch of racist idiots who will also use race issues to incite anger and hate.

Why are these idiots still free to keep inciting hatred among the people? What is MCMC and PDRM doing?

Don’t be surprised or act in mock surprise if Sarawak also bans your sorry ass for going to their state.

I hope the Chinese in Sarawak can see this and reject DAP for their continuous racist politicking and teach them a lesson.

WE CHINESE SARAWAKIANS WILL KNOW WHAT TO DO IF MCMC AND PDRM TAKE THE NECESSARY ACTION AND PUNISH THE CULPRIT.

DO YOU HONESTLY THINK WE WILL LET DAP NGA KOP MING GET AWAY WITH IT FOR THE HATRED AND RACIAL POSTER?

WE SARAWAKIANS ARE PEACE LOVING AND LIVE HARMONIOUSLY AMONGST ALL THE RACES. WE DETEST TROUBLEMAKERS,BIGOTS AND EXTREMISTS TOO VERY MUCH LIKE CM ADENAN.

Marudi…”Very Intense Lobbying”

“The incumbent Marudi assemblyman will be the Barisan Nasional ( BN) candidate in the next election as there has been no changes so far in the announcement by Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem in Marudi on two occasions last year.”

awang1The above statement came from Vice-President of PBB and a Senior Minister in Adenan’s Administation in Awang Tengah. Our political analyst says that.” it does seem a losts cause for Dr Penguang Manggil, the former permanent secretary to Local Government and Community Development Ministry,”

He has been identified by SPDP as their candidate to represent the party. The lobbyists for SPDP have been active in the cyberspace and they have concentrated their aims at TERAS/UPP seats for fear that the incumbents are the wants picked by CM Sarawak Adenan.

Adenan himself have made it clear,”It’s all about WINNABILITY for BN and precisely what that means it is the candidate must be acceptable,responsible and reliable to the coalitions cause of the WINNING THE SEAT .

It is not wrong to lobby but sometimes the reports that filter back to the CM’s department have been very “gung-ho” and to make matters worse the noises that comes from the ceramahs are very disturbing. The lobbyists who speaks at the ceramahs knows what have been said and they know some of their words used will come back to haunt their lobbied candidate. Continue reading

Urang Ngenak Cawat Enda Nemu Ngundi

pas2Article first published in April 5th 2011. As long as  Abdul Hadi Awang  is still the President of PAS, he should not be allowed into Sarawak for his words which are downgrading the Dayaks. BN Sarawak supporters have not forgotten about it.

It will be good for the State Government to also enforce the ban for him not to step foot into Sarawak too says a Senior Dayak leader.

 

BALA KABAN URANG BA SARAWAK, ANANG KTAI MUDAH LUPA ngau nama di sebut President PAS maya sida parti pembangkang alah bak pilihanraya mit Batang Ai taun 2010. Tu dipadah iya…….

“Semua pilihanraya mit sebedau tu keputusan ia nuju ngagai ktai. Semina di Batang Ai aja ktai alah laban sidak ia ndak nemu reti ka ngundi, ngena cawat agi. Aku ukai ka ngenyaik ke cdak ya tapi bak ditok tempat ke lebih manah gamal agi, ngundi PAS.”

Tuk kumen ari siko urang ke dipadah ahli ulamak ngau urang besai (ketua) ari sebuah parti islam bak Malaysia. Patut ndak kah urang ke “beriman” ngau urang ke besai (ketua) ari parti tau berjako utai baka tuk?

Kangau bala ktai Dayak “ngena cawat agi” reti ya nunjuk ke iya sigi nadai sensitif ngau peduli ngagai ktai bala-bala pribumi bak negeri Sarawak tuk. Ukai aja iya nyindir ke ktai madah ke bala ktai pribumi bak Sarawak tu bodo ngau enda nemu pikir laban nadai ngundi ke sida pembangkang, utai dijako iya sigi bisi reti ngau sida bala urang ke nyukong Pakatan Pembangkang bak Sarawak terutama skali sida Parti SNAP ngau Parti Keadilan Rakyat ke sigi besai bala kaum dimaksud ke President tuk.

Ari pikiran baka tuk meh ktai ulih nemu Urang besai (President) tuk nadai layak ka ngulu atau menerajui negeri Sarawak yang sigi mayuh kaum ke berbilang bangsa idup aman walaupun sida ia lain-lain pemikir pasal politik.

Jaku baka tuk ulih ngemecahbelah ngau ngenimbul ke jaik pikir ari bala-bala rakyat ktai ditu.

Angka ya ingat ke urang ke “pakai molek” atau ngenak sluar dalam jak ke nemu milih pewakil.Tapi anang enda ingat sitik ari ilak ya dirikpu ke ngenak cawat “pampers” laban enda ulih ngetat ke utai ti kak pansut….

Parti PAS ngau Parti Pembangkang lain harus nulak utai baka tu awak ke keamanan ngau pemanah negeri Sarawak ulih kelal.Semua bala kaum pribumi Sarawak sama-sama nulak pengering ngau penengking kaum ari cidak tuk.ngundi cidak ya tu sama jak baka ngundi ke urang ke ngemelik ke ktai urang-urang bak Sarawak tuk.

(First published in 2010. As long as Hadi Awang  is still the President of PAS he should not be allowed into Sarawak for his words which are downgrading the Dayaks. BN Sarawak supporters have not forgotten about it. )

( Bahasa Version)
It will be good for the State Government to also enforce the ban for him not to step foot into Sarawak too says a Senior Dayak leader.
ORANG SARAWAK, JANGAN MUDAH LUPA dengan kata-kata President PAS bila parti pembangkang kalah di pilihanraya kecil Batang Ai tahun 2010.
Ini kata-kata beliau…. “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.”
 
Ini adalah komen dari seseorang yang dikatakan ahli ulamak dan ketua sebuah parti islam di Malaysia.
Patutkah orang yang dikatakan “beriman” dan ketua sebuah parti membuat kenyataan seperti ini?
Memanggil kaum Dayak “pakai cawat lagi” menunjukkan bahawa beliau tidak sensitif dengan kaum-kaum pribumi di Sarawak.  Bukan sahaja dia secara sinis mengatakan bahawa kaum pribumi di Sarawak bodoh dan tidak berakal kerana tidak mengundi parti pembangkang, kenyataan tersebut juga mengena kepada penyokong-penyokong Pakatan Pembangkang sendiri di Sarawak terutama nya parti SNAP dan Parti Keadilan Rakyat yang sebilang besar nya dari kaum yang dimaksudkan President ini.
Persepsi seperti ini menunjukkan bahawa beliau atau parti pembangkang lain tidak layak menerajui negeri Sarawak yang merangkumi berbilang kaum yang selama ini hidup dengan aman damai, walaupun berlainan pendapat politik.
Kenyataan ini boleh memecahbelah dan menimbulkan sentimen perkauman dikalangan rakyat disini.
Mungkin beliau ingat orang yang “pakai molek” atau pakai seluar dalam sahaja yang pandai memilih wakil.  Jangan lupa satu hari nanti mungkin dia sendiri perlu pakai cawat “pampers” sebab tak boleh kontrol apa yang keluar…
Parti PAS dan Parti Pembangkang lain mesti ditolak sebulat-bulatnya agar keharmonian dan kesejahteraan negeri Sarawak dapat dikekalkan.  Semua kaum pribumi Sarawak sama-sama tolak keangkuhan serta penindasan kaum mereka ini.  Mengundi mereka sama seperti menyokong tindakan mereka memperkecil and menindas kaum-kaum di Sarawak.
Bangsa PriBumi Sarawak,  Ayuh bangun… lawan dan hancurkan perjuangan penderhaka bangsa ini.

SPDP or just PDP soon?

SPDP or PDPA source told audie61 that very soon SPDP will be doing away with ‘S” in front. We asked what’s the reason for that? “Oh, the party is rebranding and its going national. The new symbol will be similar to the shaking hands image. ” Further  conversation on SPDP revealed that there are uncertainties and this rebranding process could propel the party to have more prominent politicians joining the bandwagon.

Could the Alexander Asing rumour be true then? Surely, if the party loses its “Sarawak” the Division Chief and his supporters from the hinterland of Marudi would not want to be involved or be associated with bringing a Peninsular entity into the state when the “Sarawak for Sarawakians” passion is so strong at the moment. Moreover, why must SPDP be involved in following PBS a Sabah party extending its wings nationally. Could the party be playing into a political agenda?

Of course, SPDP will deny all this but one must remember,”if there is no wind, the leaves on the trees will not move.” They will also argue , we are united in one mind and heart with the other BN parties going into the state elections and we are also looking into a merger entity with PRS.

Surely, we all know that in politics anything is possible and the most common statement would be “we are doing it for the nation and the people” Isn’t that familiar? Keep informed and our source said if it doesn’t materialise that will only mean ‘its not the right time”

SPDP or PDP its here to stay……

 

 

Tussling Begins for the 11 New State Seats

a1121All eyes will be on the 11 New delineated seats when the 11th Sarawak State Elections is called. Both BN and Pakatan Harapan parties will put their cases to their respective coalitions on why their parties should or be allowed to stake a claim for the seats.

It will be politically interesting no doubt but at the end of the day the Rakyat will need to know who will represent them besides the designated party . They will need to weigh all the options as for the next 5 years when they affix their X to the person of their choice. Whoever sits as their representative must know the sentiments, culture, terrain, breakdown, wants, needs and many other factors of the local constituency.

The tussling and lobbying will be on going until the elections are called. Last minute changes have also taken place previously. Until the day of nominations we will still be wondering who and which party stakes the claim for the seats.

Extracted from Bernama

When the parliamentary sitting concludes next month, the 11 new Sarawak state seats are expected to be finalised, and the political parties in the ‘Land of the Hornbills’ can begin talks on whom should best contest in these constituencies.

Out of the 11 seats, three are Malay/Melanau majority areas (Gedong, Kabong and Telian), three Iban majority (Stakan, Selirik and Samalaju), two Orang Ulu majority (Murum and Long Lama), two majority Bidayuh (Serembu and Triboh), and one Chinese majority (Batu Kitang).

Chief Minister Adenan Satem has earlier announced five out of the new seats would be contested by the state Barisan National (BN) component party led by Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu, including the three seats which are predominantly Melayu/Melanau who never failed to give their full support to PBB and BN at every past state election.

Batu Kitang will be a testing ground to see if the “Adenan charismatic factor’ can draw the support of the Chinese given that the problem faced by BN is its component, Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) – the predominantly Chinese party that faced an internal crisis which resulted in the formation of the splinter United People’s Party (UPP).

As Batu Kitang is an area created out of Kota Sentosa and Batu Kawah, which are currently under DAP, the opposition party is expected to make it a battlefield.Maybe unlikely.

This is because another of the opposition pact, PKR has already stake a claim in Batu Kitang and has even submitted several names who are likely to fielded as a candidate there.

Sarawak PKR chairman Baru Bian when contacted said Gerakan Harapan Baru would hold talks to reach a consensus on the distribution of seats when the time comes.He said it was still too early to say which seats would be contested by PKR but it would be in areas that they had worked hard to consolidate support.

In the last state election in 2011, PKR contested in 49 seats but only won three, namely Ba’Kelalan, Batu Lintang and Krian. Previously PKR only has one seat.In the state legislative assembly at present, PBB has 35 seats, SUPP six, Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) six and Sarawak Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) eight. The opposition – DAP has 12 seats and PKR three. There is one Independent.

A piece of the pie

Among the state BN leaders, PRS president James Jemut Masing has voiced his hope to get the Bukit Goram (Selirik) and Murum seats from the 11 new seats.

SPDP senior vice president Paul Igai, when contacted, said the party was eyeing the two Iban majority seats but hastened to add that it was still up to the state BN top leadership to decide.If a consensus is reached, it means that PRS is almost certainly to get Bukit Goram (Selirik), while two other Iban majority seats, Stakan and Samalaju, can be ‘booked’ by SPDP.

That leaves the Orang Ulu majority seat of Long Lama (Mulu), and Bidayuh majority seats of Serembu and Triboh.After PBB is expected to get the three Melayu/Melanau majority seats, it is also eyeing another two seats with Triboh and Serembu being their best bets.

PBB is also highly likely to get Triboh, which is carved from the two existing state seats of Tebedu and Kedup, which are represented by PBB.Serembu, on the other hand, is created from a portion of Bengoh seat, which is represented by SUPP, as well as the Tarat seat, being represented by PBB.

The 11th new seat, Long Lama (Mulu) is created from the Marudi, which is represented by SPDP (now with the new Parti Tenaga Rakyat Sarawak (Teras)) and Telang Usan, which is under PBB.With PBB claiming five out of the 11 new seats, SPDP or PRS can now eye Long Lama (Mulu).In terms of estimated figures, the opposition is viewed as not likely to pose a big challenge to the state leadership.

Redelineation favourable to BN

However, it is well-known that the support for a party in a particular constituency can swing due to factors such as protest votes, selection of candidates who are not ‘voter-friendly’ or internal disputes.

This new redelineation can be considered as favourable to the BN as almost all the new seats involved rural areas in which the BN has proven to receive a lot of support.

Prior to this, these places involved rural state constituencies that are huge, prompting the Election Commission to conduct the electoral redelineation.

As soon as the Federal Court approved the redelineation process middle of last month, Sarawak DAP secretary Alan Ling claimed that the state BN required an additional 11 seats to address a split in two of the BN component parties.

All this assumption, however, was made without any consideration to the two splinter parties, namely UPP and Teras, which have declared themselves as ‘BN-friendly’.Now the onus is on Adenan to use his good sense and experience in dealing with their application to join the state BN fold.- Bernama