SERIOUS THIS…”Special Police Officer..!”

The court judge at the end of presiding the court case between Azmin Ali and the Police would need to keep the boistorous crowd quiet with his GAVEL. In the dock stands “a person who is so afraid to reveal the name of the Special Police Officer. Azmin cried out loud..The persons NAME SHALL NOT BE MENTIONED. 


Azmin Ali as specified and extracted fromWikipedia{  Mohamed Azmin bin Ali (born August 25, 1964 in Singapore) is a Malaysian politician and currently the Member of Parliament for the Gombak as well as assemblyman for Bukit Antarabangsa in the Selangor State Assembly. He is currently the deputy president of Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) in the opposition Pakatan Rakyat coalition.

This case if  Rasah PKR deputy division chief R Thangam is found to be an accomplice to the serious crime of inciting violence Azmin Ali would need also to take the fall. We will not play gutterpolitics which can be read here:- but we need to have answers to



As we look at your polling results which we upload below if the answer of the police officer is not named the voters should know what to do. Is Azmin deliberately covering the officers identity. Why should he.?{ Abraham Lincoln was quoted :-“The ballot is stronger than the bullet.” but he also did say this You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.” 

BERSIH 3.0 participants and those who risks their lives to champion the BERSIH cause we ask you this.”Would you want a leader who is “………………………………….{whatever Makluk Asing names you want to put or throw at go ahead…..}

BERSIH intentions have been overtaken by a turn of events and it is now seen clearly as a TOOL OF THE OPPOSITION as the opposition parties in PKR,PAS and DAP are sending huge numbers in their members to take part in the rally nationwide.

The civil societies that are taking part musts now question themselves?

do you need any help here. Surely, Azmin Ali will be in a better position to assists you..} 

 Election results

Parliament of Malaysia: Gombak[2]
Year   Opposition Votes Pct   Barisan Nasional Votes Pct
2008   Mohamed Azmin Ali (PKR) 40,334 53%   Said Anuar Said Ahmad (UMNO) 33,467 44%
Selangor State Assembly: Bukit Antarabangsa[2]
Year   Opposition Votes Pct   Barisan Nasional Votes Pct
2008   Mohamed Azmin Ali (PKR) 11,731 52%   Haslinda Mohd Zerain (UMNO) 10,350 46% 

Bersih 3.0″ DAP Senator NO to Dataran..??”

This breaking news from DAP Senator Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim  should be commended. He said we extract,””They all start with peaceful intentions, no one want to cause chaos… But it can turn out to be violent and when that happens, who will be responsible?”

audie61 have been tweeted since yesterday and trying to tell Bersih chairperson Ambiga Sreenevasan the consequences of defying the authorities and also avoiding NEGATIVE WORLD PRESS. We extract some of our tweets,”

  • 1. Ambiga Bersih”so stubborn”The World media now knows that an”Alternative has been offered”Defiance is against instructions
  • 2. Laws are made by Man and can be broken.Laws are also to be followed Ambiga.The authorities have informed Bersih .
  • 3. BERSIH 3.0 will be clean no teargas as ALTERNATIVE of Stadium Merdeka offered. Dataran sit down what happens Blame AMBIGA
  •  4. This time if AMBIGA n Group are teargas the WORLD MEDIA cannot condemn.ALTERNATIVE GIVEN BY MAYOR OF KL.
  • 5. No need for Tears from teargas if BERSIH 3.0 in stadium AMBIGA to be blame if u cry or subjected to manhandled.
  • 6. BERSIH 3.0 Ambiga don’t use TIME as excuse n cannot turn crowd from DATARAN to STADIUM.DBKL can also TWEET,FB,SMS 4 u 
  •  7. AMBIGA makes mockery of Developed Malaysia where TWEET,SMS,HP,FB readily available n she says cannot inform ppl
  •  8.A mbiga Bersih 2days too late.”What are the social networking sites for? Malaysians don’t live in CAVES u know
  • 9. Ambiga”what lah? Merdeka stadium offered u said too late” what is the internet,twitter,facebook, media sites  for?

The above are 9 out of nearly 30 tweets and FB we have posted since yesterday and it has been retweeted to the personal tweeter of  Hishammuddin HOME MINISTER and also to Ambiga personally.


audie61 is also very pleased that ,”Tunku Abdul Aziz said it “irresponsible” of opposition lawmakers to support holding the rally at Dataran Merdeka because he believes act violates the law.
He added that Bersih should take up the authorities’ offer for an alternative venue as they are better at deciding security concerns.
“The whole idea is to protest. Why does it matter where? DBKL is the owner of (Dataran Merdeka),” he said.  


Sarawak “PEACE” Party registered.?”

It seems that the credibility of new Sarawak political parties being formed are not justs ‘mere rumours” The ROS Sarawak director has recently said,”that there are at least 4 parties that  have submitted their details and one has already received its registration.”

Even the date of the launching was planned but it was aborted at the last minute due to interferences and certain glitches. Prominent political figures are behind the mushrooming of the parties. The modus operandi has the makings of the infighting suffered during the PBS era in Sabah and also ‘goodies” that came along with the return of BN government.

The first steps needs to be engineered and the rests would fall into place when the succession of power comes into play.


The present political situation is so fluid and with the SPDP5 and G7 assemblyman in direct insubordination plus boycotting the TDC recently more will surface in due time. The BN MPs and YBs are not exactly at PEACE with each other and maybe the PEACE party which was earlier reported in June 14th 2010 would be a good platform to house all the so called -“Political REBELS”.

Earlier posting:-

This is a favourite political phrase,”Mushrooming of parties especially elections are near.”

JPJ in full Julian Petrus Jout (former PBB) has created a small wave with his revelation of the formation of a new multiracial party with its roots embedded and aligned to the ruling BN and will work closely with the State to bring about peace,stability,justice and progress.

JPJ amongst the local fraternity from Kampung Sagah in Bau must be supported by a Powerful Hidden Hand with connections to the ruling BN government.

WHO CAN IT BE..??Any Leads.??

A Political Watcher pointed out to audie61 and said the answer could be read here and you pick it to find the truth.No need for full details.

  • 1. Adenan Satem Returns to helm the Political Strategy of the State
  • 2. His elevation and awarding of title “Tan Sri”
  • 3. Tupong State Seat under PBB is under threat as PKR has made inroads
  • 4. The Fence sitters needs to be involved or else they will turn to assist the opposition.
  • 5. The Bidayuhs are unhappy with the current incumbent YBs
  • 6. Remember Kundai Nyareng..??

We were also presented with a full background of the person in question and in him some Political master finds him a most valuable asset and he finds mosts comfortable in territories where others dont even dare to venture.


SPDP “Separatists 5 Lifeline…!”

There is a limit to what one can do and not do. The question now where is the thin line where the party is prepared to sacrifice? Will the party come out of this little ‘crisis” which is more like “a miscommunication plus brotherly misunderstanding” stronger or a little weakened. Its up now to the party faithful from the grassroot level from within SPDP to the top including those in the BN leadership and its component parties to say “Enough of this Nonsensical squabbling”

We are going into the 13th General Election which will be a “mother of all battles” and we need to draw every available strength as partners and not as FOES. The word is very clear and its “UNITED WE STAND,DIVIDED WE FALL” Let the EGO’s stand down and come together for the better good of the party SPDP. 

There are no two BUTS about it and a good and fair statement came from this article published in the English Daily Borneo Posts:- Fate of SPDP 5 hangs in the balance

THEY are at the brink of crossing the Rubicon. After almost two years of displaying what inner political circles describe as unkindly acts of insurrection and quiet disobedience, much to the chagrin of the majority, the party leadership has decided collectively to crack the whip and bring them to book.

The fate of the SPDP five now hangs in the balance and it appears their only lifeline is with the disciplinary committee whose findings on the alleged misconduct and behaviour of the dissenting group will be known in a fortnight’s time. But two weeks is a long time in politics and anything can happen along the way. Clearly, the rule of law now applies, and when it comes to the force of the letter and spirit of the constitution there are no two ways about it.

After holding out for such a long time, they may begin to wonder whether it’s been worth the effort after all as they now find themselves pushed to a corner and gradually isolated. Obviously, on their own, they would have become a spent force and would not have the energy to prolong the political skirmishes against the leadership of the party.

As they are now placed at the critical crossroads, two powerful images must surely stare them in the face. First, it is the fear of losing their positions in the party and, therefore, their powerbase, and this may have far-reaching implications on their future in politics. Next, rather asymmetrically, is the need to collect enough courage and humility to step out of their denial mode and seek forgiveness and reconciliation in the interest of party unity. It may well be the moment of truth and reckoning, notwithstanding the much-touted assumption that they may have an alternative course outside the party.

No one is bigger than the party, not even the president himself, and it is a fundamental principle in democratic representation that has to be upheld, or else the party risk being held at ransom by individuals with self-serving agenda and access to vast external resources. Consensus has long been the hallmark of SPDP politics, and this has been repeatedly stressed by the party president and its leaders at past conventions and to leaders at state and branch levels, and no one can dispute that it is the constituent core of the democratic process.

However, it is to be acknowledged that in matters affecting the interest of tens of thousands of members where the plurality of views is bound to surface, no consensus can be achieved totally without the element of compromise being managed effectively along the way. But too much of compromise can also be stressful for the party. Even then, the interest of the party must override that of individuals and groups.

The saga of the
SPDP 5, which began as a trivial disagreement or disappointment over the allocation of positions in the supreme council, has seemingly veered into a new ballgame that may eventually precipitate into something larger and more lethal than they are capable of handling. This raises the question of whether the group’s earlier claim over the alleged bias of the president in the appointment of key members in the supreme council is still the key factor keeping their current political pursuit alive. If they continue to stand their ground as they had done so wittingly prior to the decision of the supreme council to subject them to investigations by the disciplinary committee, they know they will be treading on shifting sand as the majority of the party members will stand on the side of the law and uphold the constitution.

According to well-placed sources, the challenge against the leadership did not happen after the party election, but had its roots in the run-up to the party convention where there had been reported instances of insubordination by some members of the gang of five towards the president. This was reportedly espoused in speeches made at some of the meet-the-people sessions with the message delivered at a public gathering in Beluru, one known to many as a tell-tale sign of an affront on the party leadership.

This gave rise to the question of compatibility and more specifically on the choice of appointed supreme council members, including the secretary-general, who could work with the president and supreme council in the interest of the party. The president must have known then there was a scheme to derail his leadership, but he chose to stand above the intrigue that was brewing and look at the bigger picture of the unity and stability of SPDP and Barisan Nasional. Compatibility is a stabilising and unifying factor in any party. To the president, the secretary-general is his right-hand man who must function to uphold and defend the position of the president and struggle of the party without the slightest doubt. Anything short of that will put the party leadership and its agenda in jeopardy.

Instead of reacting to immediately reprimand them, the president had decided to take a soft approach and give them the benefit of the doubt. Winning an argument against another fellow leader(s) was not in his mind.

Notwithstanding their incessant complaints and grudges against the president, their absence without valid reasons from almost all supreme council meetings in the past two years alone is enough to land them in legal entanglement, and they may even get the boot when the force of the party constitution is applied. They have the constitution to conform to and the rule-abiding members to explain to on their out-of-step action.

Any experienced political observer with a hawkish eye for what is beyond the written line and spoken word, will not hesitate to suggest that the group vis-a-vis the party is now placed in a Catch 22 situation. Nonetheless, it is not too late for them to make amends and start afresh on a conciliatory course in order to reinstate peace and enhance fortification in the party. Anything less than that would put them through a turbulent passage and it would be difficult for them to challenge, let alone defy the letters of the law as provided in the party constitution.

There is a point where political intrigue cannot and must not cross and that is when the rule of law and force of the constitution take their course. If the interest of the party and supporters matters more than their personal interest or ambition, the gang of five should be magnanimous enough to set aside their personal differences with the president and other members of the supreme council and accept in good faith the olive branch extended to them by the president. It may serve them well to take heed of the advice of South African freedom fighter Nelson Mandela who was often quoted as saying “a good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.”

Any observer with an inquiring mind cannot be blamed for harbouring the view that the group may be drawing their support from some external sources if they continue to stand their ground and not budge despite the uncertainty they face in the party. But it is misleading to suggest that the group is being backed by some unseen elements with links to the ruling coalition as that would run contrary to the spirit and established code of conduct in the Barisan Nasional, although such a wild suggestion would give them some sense of security and lead some people into thinking that the group is not alone but part of a group of people with links to the corridor of power. If there is some truth to it, then there is reason not to brush aside the suggestion that the group of five may already be considering a alternative course for their political survival should they fail to make any headway in the party amidst the present internal crisis.

This raises the disturbing question of whether the so-called external linkup is consequential to the internal leadership dispute in SPDP or the two have all along been part and parcel of a bigger narrative.

Given the BN’s stringent code of discipline and conduct which, among others, prohibits a member or leader from resigning from his party to join another component party in order to remain in the BN and continue to the enjoy the privilege of power, one cannot imagine how the BN leadership would allow the group of five to conveniently take shelter in another component party, or join a newly registered party in the hope of being admitted into the BN family. To do so would mean breaking the “rules” and prescribed code of discipline of the BN and setting an unhealthy precedent. It is tantamount to shooting at your own feet. Among BN components, it is regarded as back-stabbing. If you stretch the argument further and view the implications from a broader perspective, the practice would not augur well for political stability, unity and collaboration across the BN board as it would create a lot of mistrust and confusion right down to the grassroots level. Once that trust, which has been built over the years, is lost, it would take a long time to regain and reinstate it. Even if the wound of ill feelings is healed, the scar may remain and will occasionally remind of a disturbing past.

Breaking away from the party and pursuing their struggle through a new political vehicle outside does not automatically guarantee their place in the BN as the newly-registered party must first get the consensus of all exiting BN component parties before their membership application can be approved. In light of the present situation, it will not be easy for the new party, with the gang of five roped in as members, to get the support of one or two component parties to endorse its application to join BN.

Obviously, the gang of five is facing some kind of conflict within themselves and with others. But trying to resolve a conflict in hand by creating a bigger conflict is not going to help either. On the contrary, it will worsen the situation and enlarge the conflict area. What they hope to achieve at the end of the day must work to their interest and satisfy their conditions, although that may run contrary to the wishes of the majority of the party members.

The hours and minutes are ticking by and the moment of reckoning is drawing near for the gang of five. The only amicable way out of the conflict for them is to engage in reconciliation and commit themselves to a peaceful return to the party. While this takes place, let no external force disrupt or frustrate the process. In the words of Winston Churchill, “Humility and patience are the tools for resolving conflict”.

Sarawak Bloggers Lead, Aid Welcomed…”

In the aftermath of the Japanese Sendai Tsunami,foreign aid are quickly coming to assist their fellow humankind. Its good says a Japanese spokesman but they ‘outsiders” don’t know the country well and they only need to aid us while we lead to make the victims lifes better and help them in our own ways.This was what we heard from one of the television stations.

Even the USS Ronald Reegan has been sent by the US government to assist in the aid of the Japanese people in their hour of need. audie61 and the crew in our prayers are with the families of those who losts lives and have their homes completely devastated.

Our article today will be devastating to some while others might be rubbing their hands with happiness. Our dinner last night with Adenan Satem with a number of Peninsular bloggers was an eye opener. The minister told the bloggers that we need to know the history before we ‘spin’ or get excited by writing articles. In addition you need to know the geography of the country. 

Sarawak is a vast country with as many as 27 ethnic races and the whole peninsular Malaysia can fit in nicely into the state. Though our population is small around 2.7 million as compared to the Peninsular Malaysia the state has a total land area of 124,450 square kilometer. For the information of those outside the state the major cities are Kuching and Miri while the smaller towns are Sibu,Limbang,Bintulu,Samarahan,Bau,Lundu,Serian,Simunjan.Betong,Sri Aman,Kanowit,Song,Mukah,Tatau,limbang,lawas etc.etc. 

Many bloggers who are not from Sarawak don’t even know where the hell these places are. Some who have been here and done business in this state might just know the towns mention but some might not even know where Ulu Telian is.

Do you know where..??

Point No.1 goes to sarawak bloggers to lead. They know their topography and their landscape.

In the past few months there has been an influx of Peninsular bloggers from the BN and also from Pakatan group who have been seen moving in and out of Kuching. There has also been a number of workshops,seminars gearing the new third force “new media” to get themselves ready for the State Elections. 

 Pakatan group has enlisted professionals in the industry who are more than capable BN Sarawak boys of running for cover. Thier websites like Hornbill Unleashed,Dayaknation,dayakbaru and their ever growing usage of facebook to filter the necessary information down is very crucial.

 Point 2 for Sarawak Bloggers to lead. Sarawak component parties in PBB.SUPP,PRS and SPDP has given a green light to start a BN Sarawak UMB to counter the allegations,accusations,and other untrue local stories which has appeared in the Sarawak blogsphere. Appropriate measures of getting the proper organisational struture is in place and is slowly being unleashed and will be full blown at the mosts appropriate time.

 The Presidents of the party has even given the letters to the Prime Minister Najib Razak that the party has endorsed fully their names and their part in the cyberwar.

Don’t tell me now,the Presidents of the 4 sarawak component parties don’t know what they are doing. Are you doubting them..? Or I say, you do want to head the UMB for the respective party but unfortunately you have been overlooked…hmmm (They have all signed their letters to approve the appointments)

The Head of the UMB Sarawak by consensus has been given by the three UMB component heads to be under Aziz Adenan who is also the head of UMB PBB. There has been many unkind words of unpleasantness and there has been voices that some of his team are being poisoned to work elsewhere. A posting in this article will ultimately kill their lifeline off and they will curse audie61 till the end of their days. They know who they are and it doesn’t need an expert to point out their URL. They have even sent emails to a government agency who themselves think that the UMB BN Sarawak is headed in the wrong direction under the UMB head.

Even now they are so many pro peninsular BN bloggers poisoning each other and some has even reached the shores of Sarawak. An article by spin and lies) has left a bad taste in our mouth that is UMB BN Sarawak.

We have never doubted the leadership of Aziz Adenan and we will send him for roasting if he is not fighting for Sarawak rights in the blogsphere. Many know what the PM Najib has said in the SUPP rally that he will assist and the UMB BN Sarawak is putting together a team to engage the opposition Pakatan.

audie61 has even put out a few feelers in our articles,”Show us the money” which are directed to the ruling component parties that we need assistance too in terms of allocations.

The bloggers cannot think and fight on EMPTY STOMACHS. Can you now…?? They need to be taken care of and when their needs are being looked after their minds will be very clear to engage in the political  cyberwarfare. They always say,” An empty stomach means an empty mind”  You are agreeing with me right…!!

Point No3 Sarawak Bloggers to lead..Federal issues are not so hot in Sarawak. Local issues are the ones which will be fought in the hinterlands/longhouses/villages of Sarawak. Peninsular bloggers who were here last night talked so much about who have they taken down and how they do it.

Their unknowing arrogance is not something that Sarawak bloggers will take kindly on and if their attitude of these bloggers are not checked it will be very detrimental to the State component parties. Believe me….!!!!

The UMB Sarawak bloggers under Aziz will be able to lead Sarawak as our bloggers know how to engage in Iban,bidayuh,local sarawak malay,melanau and othe r languages which the peninsular bloggers will find it difficult. They are welcomed to assist and aid but they too need to know the meaning of AID. Please check……  

Point No4 Sarawak Bloggers to lead.. Who knows better than the component parties bloggers. Peninsular bloggers dont know where SPDP N69 Batu Danau YB is from do they..? They need to read up the area and they will not know how to come to the area unless asssited by the party boys or the agencies that require them. The point is that the component parties bloggers under the UMB BN Sarawak flag will know better what and how their YBs needs help.

In a recent meeeting with the relevant authorities and think tanks the Sarawak UMB team has been told in so many words that they will lead the battle and the rests will only aid. Pakatan bloggers are also relying on their local counterparts to give them information so that the news will filter to ground zero. UMB BN Sarawak welcome all the help that is offered but we need to be cruel to be kind and when the battle is firecely fought the outside bloggers needs to understand that we are not sidelining them.

A blogger even cheekily said that at the dinner unknowingly “the by election in Sibu the machinery of the SUPP team was not as expected.” SUPP knows their weaknesses and they are rectifying it and Najib has promised assistance and maybe ‘someone” smelt the “colours of money and try to capitalise on their weaknesses.

The Chief Political secretary to CM said,” bloggers need to write with passion and soul” and if they are in for the money only in the short term they will not be recognised by the component parties as an integral part of the communications and information bureau arm of the parties concerned. Blogs are not meant only during times of confrontation or blogwar but also useful to pass information to their divisions and cawangans/cabangs whatever names they are in their respective party constitutions.

That above is Point No5 Sarawak Bloggers to lead.. “Sarawak bloggers will have the soul to write.

Point No6 Sarawak Bloggers to lead.. There has been too many different versions of bloggers from Peninsular accusing each other of some management and monetary issues. We are not accusing anyone but the fact of the matter is that Sarawak bloggers dissatisfation are well under control by their respective party UMB heads.

We do not want to be dragged into their issues as such and PM Najib and CM Taib knows what is going on. The component Sarawak party leaders in George Chan,James Masing and William Mawan are also well informed and they are watching closely at all this unfolding in front of their eyes.

The UMB BN Sarawak was mooted to give the chance to every aspiring party members to fight for their parties concerned in their constituency and also to assist the BN Sarawak in totality. There is not much time left for infighting within BN Sarawak bloggers and UMB BN Sarawak calls on their BN Peninsular counterparts to respect the wishes and respect we give them but please do not overstep your welcome.

We try as much as possible to be accomodating but when the line is crossed without respect shown we will still be nice but the extend of our niceties will be felt. Our UMB BN chief has put his foot down and please show some respect as the Party Presidents have.

 Don’t listen to wild rumours and audie61 will not for once support him if  we cannot work with him and if he is does not show respect to the other component parties within Barisan National Sarawak.

 Our final word is “lets work together for the betterment of the State and the country as a whole. You know who we are now and please come through the proper channel to have a piece of the action in Sarawak blogsphere.

Any more Points needed…????


For your reading pleasure:-

Updates P185:”LDP lending a hand to PBS..??‏”

As LDP President Datuk Liew Vui Keong gave his full support to Datuk Seri Musa Aman as Sabah Chief Minister, many on the street are questioning his motive.

It was only last August where Liew had said that he hopes to thrash out with the Prime Minister on the controversy surrounding LDP and the Sabah BN Chairman.

His deputy Datuk Chin Su Phin had earlier call on to Musa to step down saying LDP has lost confidence in the UMNO Sabah Chairman as Chief Minister.

The Batu Sapi by election has unite the BN component parties with Liew’s affirmation of Musa leadership.

This augurs well towards a victory for BN candidate Datin Tsen Thau Lin, widow of incumber MP Datuk Edmund Chong Ket Wah who died in a tragic motorbike accident.

As everyone enter into overdrive for the crucial part of the campaign, all the candidates are using all resources to reach out to the undecided voters.

The chinese are eagerly waiting for the political rally by Penang CM Lim Guan Eng.

PR believes with the strong presence of DAP leaders including Lim Kit Siang who is a crowd puller, PKR’s Ansari Abdullah will be able to spring a surprise.

Meanwhile, SAPP’s Yong Teck Lee are promoting their website , and to reach out to the internet savvy voters.

With each camp expressing their confidence, the positive outcome of this by election is the brisk business made by the local businesses. Even the broadband has been sold out.

Come 4 November 2010, Batu Sapi will never be the same anymore.

‘Whats the Deal..??”

Unconfirmed reports has already suggested that the walkout by Entri from SPDP was all staged. It was for something bigger in the horizon and that is to be the Secretary General of the new entity. Hard to believe Oooh Yeah !! Read this from sarawak 

(Our SPDP privilege source is at sixes and sevens with all the major upheavels but still manages to inform us that Mawan is following closely the events unfolding.Let them move on swiftly but the higher ground is with us at the new SPDP headquarters was a remark passed on

A veteran political analysts has this to say,”It seems that we should not be using our political brains for this analysis as what has been dealt/shuffled is already done and dusted in the little corner rooms and FIGURED OUT.”

Entri have to be BETTER THAN THE ONE which he has left behind and working to be the BESTS is no easy deal. Its a dog’s world out there and what matters is the END RESULT.(merged entity..??)

Stay tuned in to what is to develop from PRS headquarters and unconfirmed reports have already suggested that the 5 plus 3 will be parking in PRS for the time being. Its a political decision and nothing more than that will come from the Two Top man in the State and the Country.

Sure there will be a lot of dirty linen thrown but as always an Emeritus Professor said,”Nothing will improve until the BETTER GOOD IS ACHIEVED.”

So the Deal is…………………………………………after the PC at PRS Headquarters

“Lim and Khalid Smoking…”

It was well past two thirty in the morning when I put my head on my pillow to catch up with some much needed sleep. I was watching a spirited Chelsea team oozing with confidence and making the young Arsenal team eat “humble pie” The British media has even suggested that with John Terrys frame of mind it will no doubt that conclusively  “Arsenal will tame the Lions at their own Den” Result 2-0. Chelseas teamspirit and confidence very much intact.

 Well. it was a good game and I said my night prayers to thank the almighty one for giving me “A Blessed Day” and said “See You in the morning.” This I have been saying for the past 40 years or more. Even the “cicak‘ (LIZARD) concurred with me when I typed this very sentence.

Believe it or not…..One should be dreaming rightly so FOOTBALL..It turned out that just before I woke up around 7.45 am of all the people one could dream of are Two Chief Ministers of their respective states. Both of them are and have been  seriously under heavy attack by the BN who are opposition at both these states.

Lim Guan Eng of DAP helms Penang while Khalid of PKR holds Selangor. The BN leaders of both these states Koh Tsu Koon (Gerakan)and Khir Toyo(UMNO) losts these two BN states in the lasts GE.

The drama unfolds….”Both of them were in at the corridor of the Penang State legislative council having a chit chat and smoking away next to the standing aluminium ashtray. I turned round and said to GUAN ENG,”Releasing tension kah..?” He shook my hands and said ‘How did you manage to get in with justs a singlet and short pants and not properly attired’ I said your bodyguard which happens to be my former classmate in fifth grade by the name of Ho Sia said no problem,”Kaki Lang.Ka Ee Kong Too Ho.”

Which is  Chinese Hockien  language and it means,” No bother just tell him.” Maybe the dream is a signal for me to write something about all these hurling of abuses especially from their own coalition members. In recent weeks PKR Zahrain Mohamad Hashim (Bayan Baru) and PKR Tan Tee Beng (Nibong Tebal), have been both at loggerheads with DAP secretary-general and Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.

It is no doubt a smear campaign but are they any truths in so far as why it is so open? Is there something not too right with Lim Guan Engs adminstration? Is Khalid helping out another fellow Chief Minister by meeting him,discussing on behalf of PKR and smoking away?

Well, I got right to business and told Guan Eng,”See you so fasts tell me what I can and not wear while you dont even give me a chance to explain. If Mahatma Gandhi had walked in there will be fanfare right. How judgemental can one get so quickly? 

In other words its open to interpretations what the media/BN strategists and spin doctors are up to. Sitting at the ‘holy grail’   of the  two states is no laughing matter and these two CMs better get used to it. Many before them has tasted the bitter sweet of sitting on the top where very often its a lonely appointment. The mosts important of it all is to defend it at all costs. Chelsea did very well in the scond half with all their might and know how.

As the wise remarks of Sun Tzu(in the Art of War puts it…,”That it would be better to rely not on the likelihood of the enemy’s not coming ,but on our own readiness to recieve him:not on the chance of hisn ot attacking,but rather on the fact that we have made our own position UNASSAILABLE.” 

BN is the opposition in both these states so I told Khalid and Guan Eng,”Do you honestly think that they will let you take over and rule so easily…?”Both of you have to stamp your own political presence.It is very easy to admire on the victory but when things start to go wrong unknowingly it will cause more than a toothache.The people are the masters and not the YBs or MPs who rant and shout their voices to earn political mileage…(Time to wake up 7.46 am..Oh…)

Similarly I would also say to Taib or Musa if called upon….wonder when its their turn for me to visit…………………….

Erm Ooops “Jual tubuh”

Wah! Lau Eh…! This is just well below the belt and for all intends and purposes he should not only resign but also  be charged with the Sedition Act as Sammy Vellu the MIC President made very clear. How could you Nasir Safar even utter these words?

  • Are you using your position as special aide to PM to garner cheap publicity?
  • Are you devoid of media attention and thus all out to create a “RACIST SLUR
  • Have you been all cooked up in the PM’s office or under duress and stressed out?
  •  Did you forget to take your hypertension’ Herbesser” Pills..?? 

Please,STOP ALL THESE NONSENSE or Malaysia will really go down the DUMPS.Maybe this quote will straighten things up for you.As if you need reminding: “DOING WHAT IS RIGHT IS EASY.THE PROBLEM IS NOT KNOWING WHAT IS RIGHT.’

What the hell is happening lately says a concerned Sarawakian..? audie61 crew reminded him we are all Malaysians though but Natasha ,Joey and Cindy were indeed too angrered that words that came out are not publishable. This is not normal and there is indeed a “much bigger picture” unfolding says a political watcher.  

The full report below as reported by Malaysiakini

Nasir Safar, the special officer to Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak, who stirred a hornet’s nest with his stinging ‘racist’ remarks will resign, according to a statement from the premier’s office this evening.

NONE“The remarks allegedly made by Nasir in Malacca today do not in any way reflect the views of the prime minister,” the statement said.

“… Nasir never intended to make any derogatory remarks. He spoke at length on the contributions made by all races in developing the country.

“Nevertheless, Nasir apologises for any offence caused…and in light of this, will tender his resignation.”

Participants stage walkout

Earlier today, Malaysiakini had reported that Nasir drew flak for his comments made during a seminar titled ‘Rapat 1Malaysia’ in Malacca this morning.

Among others, he had allegedly described the Indians and Chinese in Malaysia as ‘pendatang’ or ‘guests’.

He had also threatened to revoke the citizenship of those making ‘extreme demands’ to scrap the subject cap for the SPM examination.

A source, who was among those at the seminar, claimed that Nasir also said that Chinese women come here to ‘jual tubuh’ (engage in the flesh trade).

His remarks prompted scores of MIC and MCA members as well as non-governmental organisation representatives to stage a walkout.

Following this, MIC leaders, including party president S Samy Vellu, demanded that stern action be taken against Nasir.

Samy Vellu called for the special officer to be punished under the Sedition Act.

“DAP SARAWAK…Finally and SPDP Whispers..??”

The smses have been flying across the cyberspace and the blogsphere has not been spared as news filtered through with the National English main stream coverage of ,” Sarawak’s Voon puzzled at being left out of panel.” 

What are the implications….?? Need we say more as we have covered it quite extensively with our version of ‘Storm Warriors”…The can of worms have been opened up and its up to you all to make your own assessment for now. Has Voon finally caught the imagination of the National DAP Council’s attention?

The following are the postings which culminated in Voon being caught in a corner by the FEROCIOUS WOLVES


It seems that Voon is really caught up in the party factional warfare and his exclusion came as NO SURPRISE to the warlords. SPDP meanwhile seems to be facing some disgruntled and unhappy defeated candidates. There is a swirling rumour which according to our preferred sources will take some doing to stop it from hitting the party like a Tidal wave. All legal matters need to be looked into before actions are taken according to the source.

It will take into the New Year 2010 and for us at audie61, the crew and management would like to take this opportunity to wish all our friends,supporters,allies.members,blog buddies and YOU ALL  A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS 2010. Dont forget  to say a little something nice to all the unfortunate people and us in your daily prayers to the ALMIGHTY CREATOR and we look forward to a very meaningful year ahead.