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UMB (New Media Unit) BN Sarawak is very much alive. Many “so-called supporters” have been writing the group as being ‘non-existent’ but many do not know that the UMB BN TEAM have been working overtime and at some very unfriendly hours of the day.
The BN Sarawak UMB have been busy attacking the opposition walls,twittering and emailing responses which are very much part and parcel of cyberwarfare.
We do not want any sympathies but sometimes just a little word of “thank you” and some encouragement will work wonders to all our spirits.
WE ARE READY FOR GE13. WATCH OUT PAKATAN..!!!
Attached is a writeup from one of the many UMB Blogs http://whizzekid.wordpress.com/ which is actively engaging the Pakatan cybertroopers:-
Umb Bn Sarawak akan tetap bersatu dan akan menjadi semakin baik.
Teguran dan kritikan selama ini membuatkan Umb Bn Sarawak semakin kental dan teguh bersatu. Syabas Umb Bn Sarawak atas kebijaksanaan memberikan berita terkini untuk rakyat kongsikan bersama. Bab ekonomi mahu pun kebajikan rakyat.
Pakatan yang sentiasa mengutuk dan mencari kekurangan UMB, AWAS!!! Pakatan tidak tahu di mana kebijaksanaan UMB. Tunggu dan lihat keberhasilan penat lelah UMB demi negara.
PRU13 negara tidak perlukan perubahan kerajaan.
Kami sudah selesa dengan pemerintahan BN selama ini. Dan hasilnya ramai yang mendapat kebaikan di sebalik pemerintah BN dan tengoklah apa jadi kepada negeri pemerintahan Pakatan? Hancur!!! Apa mereka dapat? Usung pelanduk sana sini, komplen dan maki hamun. Itulah akibatnya menyokong pakatan.
Bijaklah memilih. Jangan terpedaya dengan janji manis pakatan!!!
In 2008 Pakatan took the cyberspace and BN were hammered says one of the speakers a PBB Supreme Council member, lawyer and former Senator Idris Buang at the BNBBC Forum. Obviously what the legislators are doing should be commended but not all is rosy.
We look at the positives in that the “DOG-FIGHT” between Pakatan and BN cybertroopers and bloggers have reached feverpitched as the GE13 looms ever nearer. The agencies which were present is all well too as it ensures that they too are not left out in this awareness cyber law forum.
The other speakers in ACP Mohd.Kamarddin bin Mohd.Din who spoke on Police actions on cyberlaw and En.Zulkarnain Mohd Yassin (SKMM) -No censorship does not mean lawlessness. both made their points but the component party members were “MORE INTERESTED” on how to do battle against their opposition.
Laws will be laws and they are really a dry subject eventhough those connected with the law fraternity would think otherwise. The turnout was not very encouraging (less than 150) but it could have been much more impactful.
Participation would have been more fruitfull if the TARGET was for the right purpose. A participant even mentioned,” Its like HOCKEYPLAYERS playing Proffesional Football”. He meant well as he elaborated,” The Target should be political party branch/division members in and around Kuching areas. The same can be done in Sri Aman, Sibu,Bintulu,Miri and Limbang.
Agencies and their staff do not belong to political parties and how will they be fighting for political parties who have their candidates standing for elections. It does make logic and also political sense.
Simply by getting those who are cyber or facebooker friendly is not enough as the cyber warfare is all about PERCEPTION. The people involved musts be able to ensure the people who go into cyberspace are influenced by the arguments,opinions,discussion and articles which is presented on their screen.
Having said that,BNBBC have opened a can which is not of only full of worms as everyone wants a piece of cyber action and some are really in to “SS” Syiok Sendiri”and also making themselves ‘so important‘ that nothing can waver or touch them.
The whole idea of political parties getting and being involved in the cyberspace is as Idris Buang says “win the dog-fight’. Get the message across and ensure it sticks. get the Vote is what we want.
Facebookers or Bloggers must see the point of them getting involved or else why not justs enjoy gossiping about filmstars,food,travel or any other interests. This social media tool is being utilised by the Pakatan group to maximise and penetrate the right market and the next 3 months BN needs to step up or consign to another loss in cyberwarfare against Pakatan in 2013.
The heart,passion and loyalty to their own political party and Coalition should be the ultimate aim for the party cyber team. They are like the militaries version of elite forces and they know how to spin,engage and turn it round to the parties advantage. The FB troopers need what is delivered to them and “NUKE” it out onto the cyberspace screens or walls.
Ultimately,BNBBC should look more into the political parties instead of agencies who basically are paid staff and have families rice bowls to look after. The cyber teams of political parties in Sarawak are very much in place and they should be your TARGET.
Nurture them and ensure its a ‘special group” as we know youths,wanitas or SC members in political parties have other commitments in their constituencies especially during campaign and election period and they will not have time to stay behind computers or engaging back through their phones.
There are also no Volunteerism in political parties and as such any volunteer from political youths will stay a figment of our own imagination. The leaders must not be fooled by how cyberspace war is perceived and how it can affect the voting trend and the political parties must accept that this MEDIA TOOL is the answer not only in URBAN areas but also the RURAL areas now.
The laws play a vital role to check its not misuse and they are in place to punish the cyber culprits. The heat is on and the fire is already lighted and many would not be happy and will feel hurt with what is the TRUTH.
BNBBC is showing the way but they are yet to hit their TARGET.
- DAP Rule No.1 “you musts not speak your mind against the party leadership“
- DAP Rule No.2 ” If UNCLEAR refer to Rule No.1“
- DAP Rule No.3 “same as above“
Was DAP vice-president Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim remarks so damaging that he will be dropped from his senator’s post without even going through a disciplinary board of the party? Was Tunku even hauled up to explain? This is indeed a very face damaging episode for a senior politician in the party.
This extracted ( Tunku Abdul Aziz was expected to face censure from the DAP after his remarks rejecting the April 28 Bersih 3.0 sit-in in Kuala Lumpur.Moreover DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng has said”his comment has placed the party in an “embarrassing position”
We can write until we run out of words but you who are reading this article can certainly make up your own opinions and express your views.
Maybe when your comments go overboard (#$%@^&0) are too much we will spam you and also drop you from our lists. (hik hik hik)
HAS DAP BECOME AN AUTHORITARIAN PARTY..??
Usually political spats will end up with interesting solutions for some while others more “dirt” out from the cupboard. A MCA veteran in a telephone conversation said to us ,”This Ong and Chua spat is getting nowhere and it will be dragging down the party more. When two elephants go ahead the rests will just watch and see who succumbs but so far its getting worse.
Ong now even dares the President Chua to stand in Ipoh Timur in the Next Ge13. We tweeted,”Winner takes all MCA President Chua Soi Lek vs DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang in Ipoh timur in GE13? Mother of all Battles.Both winnable great”
He went further and said,”The press/media smell a kill and they know Ong will be all out to get at Chua. Its a very good political move on Ongs side and Chua would have difficulties wriggling out of this situation. He has though, got himself out from an”embarrasing situation” and also came out tops within the party. But if Lim Kit Siang dares Chua to come to Ipoh Timur that will be a completely different situation. ”
If Lim Dares Chua the greatest beneficiary would be Ong. MCA top guns would need to put their thinking heads on to see whether it is advisable for Chua to go to Ipoh Timur. Chua is a fighter and if he dares takes the challenge MCA knows that their President is a man of his words.
Will we hear the lasts of this?
The article below:-
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 3 — MCA maverick Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat suggested his party president and rival Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek run for national elections in the DAP stronghold of Ipoh to prove he is a “winnable candidate”.
Ong, who is also Pandan MP, continued his bitter rivalry with Dr Chua on the micro-blogging social network which started yesterday at the MCA’s 58th annual general meeting.
In a post on his Twitter account, talk2otk, Ong (picture) said: “Wow, Chua Soi Lek claimed he is winnable anywhere. Good 4 him 2 contest in Ipoh Timur or Barat as he is helming Perak MCA.”
Both Ipoh seats are considered DAP fortresses held by two opposition strongmen. Veteran lawmaker and DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang is the MP for Ipoh Timur and Ipoh Barat is held by M. Kulasegaran, who is also a DAP vice-chairman.
The former transport minister was responding to Dr Chua’s declaration to reporters last night: “I consider myself a winnable candidate everywhere I go.”
Johor-born Dr Chua was Labis MP before he was forced to resign after a video recording of him having sex with his mistress in a hotel room was leaked to the public.
The visibly annoyed Dr Chua also called on Ong yesterday to quit the party after the latter’s “disparaging remarks” against the MCA’s top echelon.
“Who is CSL 2 demand me 2 resign as MP of Pandan? Mandate came from rakyat, not from CSL,” Ong tweeted his reply today, adding: “My relevance is not 2 be dictated by our maharaja CSL.”
Barisan Nasional chairman Datuk Seri Najib Razak has said that only winnable candidates will be fielded by the coalition in the 13th general election, and has hinted that incumbent candidates may be dropped in favour of younger BN leaders.
Dr Chua, who deposed Ong as MCA boss in a fractious power struggle 18 months ago, continues to decline confirming his own candidacy despite revealing this week that several current leaders will not run in the coming polls.
Rumours have also been swirling since February that Ong will be dropped as Pandan MP as he grows increasingly isolated following his defeat to Dr Chua.
In 2008, the married Dr Chua stepped down as health minister and MCA vice-president after admitting he was the man featured in a secretly-recorded video which showed him having sex with his lover.
The Labis seat is now held by his son, deputy minister Chua Tee Yong.
But Dr Chua made a comeback later to win the party’s deputy presidency after the MCA’s top two leaders resigned due to its poor showing in Election 2008. The party won just 15 of 40 federal and 31 of 90 state seats it contested.
The party subsequently sacked Dr Chua in August 2009 over the sex scandal, sparking an extraordinary general meeting where a vote of no-confidence in Ong was passed.
Dr Chua became MCA president in March 2010 in fresh elections where he saw off Ong and former president Tan Sri Ong Ka Ting.
Don’t tell me you don’t agree now.? The PM Najib is quoted here to say this, Read for yourself. It’s not made up mind you,Najib said”I don’t agree with the term pendatang (immigrants),” he said in reference to the popular derogatory term used to describe the Chinese community.
“Yes, you came here at one time, but that was three, four, five generations ago. Now, you are all loyal citizens of the country,” he said to a loud applause.
Maybe now with these ‘Axx-licking”posts, audie61 is beginning to see the “datukship coming” as commented by some loyal readers of the blog. HAhahahahaha……
The whole article can be read here..http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/fmt-english/politics/barisan-nasional/11381-pm-tells-mca-to-curb-its-communal-tendencies
The first words uttered when he answered audie61 in the telephone was,” Go,Go,Go PR ” This should be what audie61 should be writing about the PR coalition in the run up to P212 Parliamentary elections in Sibu. Now,there is a pact amongst the coalition unlike the last General Elections where SUPP had to deal with not only DAP but also a PKR candidate. This is certainly GOOD NEWS to Pakatan Sarawak members.i.e.DAP,PKR,PAS and SNAP.
Are we hearing something different from the Information Chief of PKR Sarawak See Chee How? Its like saying to us,”Now we are united as ONE and as usual if we are divided we will fall. This is a by election and the BN will use whatever means to wrestle the seat and with the proposed SUPP candidate it will give SUPP the edge as he is fresh faced and the sentiments of compassionate votes might swing to SUPP.
DAP will not take anything forgranted and PKR will be standing right behind and will give all the necessary assistance to try to secure the votes for the PR candidate. We will start as underdog and it will be an uphill tasks but PR will have the spirit and we will go,go,go and audie61 should say correct,correct,correct.
The facts are there for all to see. It will be a tough battle and eventhough SUPP is embroiled in so much infighting lately and in the news for all the wrong reasons this by elections will see that the leaders will consolidate and with full assistance from all BN coalition partners P212 Sibu will be a ” TASTY BATTLEGROUND ”
THe CM Taib has fired the first salvo last weekend and has already confidently predicted that SUPP will retain the seat for the BN. PR will try to derail the confidence shown by the BN Sarawak Chairman but we know its going to be one hell of dush,dush dush from the BN.
PR will just have to look at the positives and get out of this battle brimming with confidence too. We are ready and lets be honest we are go,go,go but please not GUNG HO.
Much has been written in the internet portals of malaysiakini, malaysian mirror, free malaysia today and the battle of P212 in Sarawak has just begun. See Chee How has already sounded the bugle for the troops of PR,”Go,Go,Go….Are you game..??”
Isn’t he justs that..Snake -King..? Chua in Hockien pronunciation can mean Snake while Ong “King or Powerful” Chua Soi Leck against all odds have come back and within two years have seen off the Ongs. Firstly he tussled with elder Ong and Ka Chuan was defeated by him for the Deputy Presidency Posts.
Younger Ong Ka Ting and Former MCA President and Incumbent MCA President Ong Ka Ting are both shown also the exit doors. Of course not without going through a tough election process whereby the DVDS surprisingly or deliberedly made an appearance again..Hmmm
How did Chua do it? How did he manage to Coax or have 900 odd delegates on his side to wrestle it away from two heavyweights. Just a couple of notes for the defeated MCA candidates to ” TAPAU ” back. Just get your facts right and do not forget that the delegates are using every opportunity to see whether you are worth their vote. We know thats its only a small factor but dont you agree even “a small snake bite will be enough to hurt and maybe kill you.
We pick this up from an Interview done by Malaysiakini TV and Ong Ka Ting said,’ After 3rd of March a lot of time have been wasted..Huh! Wrong date ” and Ong Tee Keat “Unfortunatedly there are too many Spin doctors” One got his facts all muddled up while one is blaming the internet blogs,main stream media for his follies.
Khairy Jamaluddin interestingly enough even said that nowadays we have to move away from politics of yesteryears and use the mind and the right knowledge in this Brand of New politics with a different approach to win over the new voters.
Votes win any elections. Of course the MCA party delegates deep down in their hearts know who is sincerely true in bringing reforms and to get the party out of the crisis. The two Ongs fought each other but the bite from Chua was enough to see both of them off. Chua Soi Leck has paid the price and he has come out stronger and more determine to ensure that MCA remains relevant and his agenda is simple,”Inclusive and Collective”.
His tasks has just begun eventhough he has managed to stop the Ongs. He had to fight off both of them and came out victors. Chua edged former president Ong Ka Ting, who garnered 833 votes, by a close majority of 68, while incumbent president Ong Tee Keat only managed to secure 578.
We have had the Scorpion King Movie and can we rule out “Ultimately Snake-King..Not Ananconda please….
Natasha while having her Kucei Rojak this morning was asked,”Whats your take on the MCA.? Who will Win? Will MCA survive the infighting?Seems everyones talking about it. The mainstream media is full of it and many theories are surfacing. Some say “UNSEEN HANDS” are involved while others say its 2 ONGS vs CHUA and its not the battle of the 3 Kingdoms as such.
The following is an article extracted fully from the inernet portal Malaysiakini:-
Nomination day today for the MCA polls on March 28 concluded, seeing an exceptional number of 101contestants vying for 31 party positions.
A total of ten nominees are going for the four vice-president positions while a record-breaking 86 candidates will be contesting the 25 central committee seats during the elections which will take place as part of an extraordinary general meeting (EGM).
Party leaders vying for top positions in the party were all quite unanimous in their talk of unity for the party’s transformation.
However, the tension was evident as all the three presidential hopefuls carefully avoided each another while their supporters engaged in shouting matches and booing their respective opponents.
Although incumbent president Ong Tee Keat and former president Ong Ka Ting arrived within minutes of each other at the MCA headquarters at Jalan Ampang in Kuala Lumpur, they steadfastly refused to acknowledge each other’s presence.
As the two groups approached each other in the building, Ka Ting slowed down and continued to shake hands with his supporters, perhaps avoiding Tee Keat and allowing him to enter the nomination hall first.
While Ka Ting and former vice-president Liow Tiong Lai have announced their support for each other, former deputy president Dr Chua Soi Lek and Tee Keat have refused to divulge their alignment to any faction if any.
When asked about his running mate, Tee Keat claimed that the word had been ‘lavishly abused’.
“In our system, we do not have ‘running mates’ but our people think that this is similar to the US system and that is not true,” he added.
Chua expressed his disapproval with teaming and grouping up because he felt that it was the source of MCA’s currently fractured state.
Busloads of followers
At noon, the crowd outside Wisma MCA was dominated by the Orangeshirts – Tee Keat supporters – who lined up at the entrance with banners almost blocking any entry into the building.
Their chants of Ong’s name drowned out the chants of the other factions which were pale in comparison as these opposing groups amounted to no more than 20 people each.
However, 15 busloads of followers mainly from Perak later joined the crowd, causing the number of supporters for the Ka Ting-Liow group to swell up to over 400 within minutes, shortly before the arrival of the duo.
Earlier, Chua was the first to arrive and slipped into the nomination hall without much fanfare.
However, when exiting the building after filing his nomination papers, he found himself blocked by Tee Keat supporters, forcing him to take a longer route around the crowd.
Top guns confident
Asked about his prospects, Ka Ting said that he had ‘a good, fighting chance’ but would not take things lightly as it would be a challenging contest.
Tee Keat, expressing confidence, said that he wanted to concentrate on rehabilitating the party.
“Most importantly, I am confident that the delegates can tell the truth from the lies,” he stressed.
Chua, on the other hand, in jest said that while he was confident, he was not that confident of winning the MCA presidency.
Meanwhile, vice-presidential candidate and current Tourism Minister Dr Ng Yen Yen quoted her ‘report card’ when asked if she was confident of being reelected.
“Since I was elected in 2008 as VP, I haven’t stopped servicing the community and the country whether it is in the women’s ministry or the tourism ministry. I will hope for the best and leave it to the delegates,” she said.
Following is the list of candidates for the MCA party polls on March 28 after nominations closed at 5pm today:
1. Dr Chua Soi Lek
2. Ong Ka Ting
3. Ong Tee Keat (incumbent)
1. Kong Cho Ha
2. Liow Tiong Lai
VICE-PRESIDENT (FOUR POSTS)
1. Khoo Keok Hai (Sandakan chief)
2. Chor Chee Heung (former central committee (CC) member)
3. Ng Yen Yen (incumbent)
4. Yap Pian Hon
5. Gan Ping Sieu (incumbent CC member)
6. Yew Teong Look (Wangsa Maju chief)
7. Wong Siong Wee (Kuala Kerai chief)
8. Donald Lim Siang Chai
9. Yeow Chai Thiam (Negeri Sembilan chief)
10. Loke Yuen Yow (former deputy secretary-general)
CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEMBER (CC)
1. Chew Lee Giok
2. Low Chew June
3. Wong Hock Aun
4. Chan Kam
5. Tan Ken Ten
6. Heng Chai Hing
7. Koh Nai Kwong
8. Ong Soon Boon
9. Lim Eng Kok
10. Tan Chin Meng
11. Ma Kok Ben
12. Loh Seng Kok
13. Tan Cheng Liang
14. Ng Kok Kiang
15. Teah Heok Kuin
16. Gan Tian Loo
17. Thong Fah Chong
18. Chong Itt Chew
19. Chang Chun Cheun
20. Soh Thiam Hock
21. Chin Hong Vui
22. Dr Hou Kok Chung
23. Sim Eng Peng
24. Shim Tshing Nyuk@ Agnes Shim
25. Gan Hong Su
26. Tan Chong Seng
27. Leong Siew Kam
28. Lee Chee Leong
29. Yeong Chee Wei
30. Tay Puay Chuan
31. Kian Sit Har
32. Wee Jeck Seng
33. Lim Yong@ Lim Chen
34. Ooi Siew Kim
35. Dr Jeffrey Goh Sim Ik
36. El Kim Hock
37. Ng Chok Sin
38. Chuah Poh Khiang
39. Koo Chin Nam@ Kho Chin Nam
40. Hoh Khai Mun
41. Yong Chen Leong
42. Senator Heng Seai Kie
43. Ong Chong Swen@Ong Chong Siew
44. Ng See Tiong
45. Pani Choo @ Chen Poi Chu
46. Lee Hock Tow
47. Tang Heap Seng
48. Lee Hong Tee
49. Kong Sing Chu
50. Lee Ban Seng
51. Yip Chee Kiong
52. Ho Yoon Ping
53. Chang Aik Ming
54. Tan Cat Keong
55. Teh Kim Poo
56. Theng Book
57. Wong Koon Bun
58. Tee Siew Kiong
59. Ong Chen Huing
60. Toh Chin Yaw
61. Chong Ah Yit @ Choo Meng Poo
62. Tan Ah Eng
63. Ti Lian Ker
64. Ho Cheng Wang
65. Yit Lee Kok
66. Loh Koi Pin
67. Lim Teck Chong
68. Ho You Meng
69. Tan Chai Ho
70. Dr Por Choo Chor
71. Lai Yeet Fee
72. Lee Kon Yin
73. Lee Wei Kiat
74. Ong Ka Chuan
75. Liew Yuen Keong
76. Koh Chin Han
77. Koe He Choon
78. Tang See Hang
79. Low Kim Mang
80. Wong Jee Yai
81. Chee Sien Chen
82. Yoo Wie How
83. Lau Chiek Tuan
84. Pang Tsu Ming
85. Lee Cheam Choon
86. Tan Kok Hor