“ENCROACHMENT into BN/SUPP Designated Seat. ?”

UPP have no choice whatsoever but to create a ” hoo-haa” and a “huge wave” in order to wrestle the  candidacy from BN/SUPP says a popular political figure familiar with the Batu Kawa constituency.
What was however very disturbing was the statement put up by Jerip Susil,”admitting that winning Batu Kawah state constituency would be a challenging task for UPP in the coming state elections, that as time goes by the people would believe the sincerity and struggle that is for all races and religion.”
img-20151127-wa0005.jpgWhat was he trying to say? Why are you still saying challenging task? If he was a hardworking PEMANCA surely the people would not blink an eye but to vote him against the DAP incumbent Christina?

Even UPP President has outlined 4 qualities which outlines him to be a good leader and candidate for the state constituency of Batu Kawa. Wong even spoke on what Liu has done over the years, the party was very confident that he would be one of the most winnable candidate. Hold on here, says our political figure,” didn’t Liu say this,”I remember when I was entrusted with this difficult task of setting up this branch.I was not confident at all and I was worried.”

Wasn’t he an SUPP Pemanca? Such contradictory statements? 

This will be one of the points which the State Barisan Nasional committee would have to look into.

SUPP does have a “winnable candidate” in current Chairman of Padawan Municipal Council in Lo Khere Chiang who have been serving the area of jurisdiction since 2008.

There have been hardly any complaints of his sloppiness, high handedness or arrogance. He has been quietly working into the hearts and minds of the people in the area which he was entrusted to look into. He is very much a party man and a true loyalists to the party even though many are “pouring oil to the fire” and saying he is not ‘cut to withstand the DAP onslaught unlike Liu who will be able to fight tooth and nail against DAP.

 

The political figure even said,”Liu has resigned as a Pemanca and now going full time and on what grounds will he use now for the next few months to go about assisting the people of Batu Kawa? Will he be using the party to force his way with the authorities? Surely, he has jumped the gun thinking that he is the most winnable candidate? What’s more the CM Adenan has mentioned most winnable incumbents didn’t he? Is Liu an incumbent for that matter and moreover the party is outside the Barisan Nasional?

UPP candidates of Wong Soon Koh, Jerip Susil, Johnnicol Rayong, Ranum Mina should concentrate on their seats instead of Encroaching into SUPP designated areas. UPP Vice Chairman and Youth Chief Johnicol Rayong on April 13th 2015 said,”said it was state BN chairman cum Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem who broke the news about retaining them as BN candidates in the next state polls”.

It does seem that UPP is going after all the 19 seats which SUPP has laid claimed upon. Its going to be a war zone as the other 3 BN parties have gone for “one for all and all for one

Lo Khere Chiang will let his actions do the talking and he will not be deterred by all the politicking that his surrounding his quests for the most winnable candidate. He knows that CM Adenan wants to win Batu Kawa as DAP only scrapped through in the last elections after an Assistant Minister Tan Joo Pooi losts to a first timer Christina Chiew by  543 votes. Batu Kawa used to be a stronghold for SUPP and Adenan knows that the winnable candidate he has in mind does need to weave the magic wand from his hand.

The battle lines are drawn and Lo will need Tan Joo Pooi and the SUPP hierarchy on his side if he is picked. Liu for all his keeness and “hoo-hahs” will need to sit back and give a helping hand to BN SUPP or he will say ‘goodbye” to his political dreams of being a YB or an MP. Adenan will not minced his words when the time comes and he will pick his most winnable,suitable and credible candidate for this Batu Kawa State seat.

Adenan knows to unseat DAP he will need all the factions to compromise for the better good of BN. He will not let this chance slip from his grasps and he would very much want Batu Kawa to be taken back by BN and in the main stream politics.

 

 

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BN PRS/SPDP/TERAS “Merger of Minds”

Does everything come a full circle? Not everything, but most of it. Well, are you going to dispel the fact that all the leaders of these three parties will go back to their beginning into ONE BIG ENTITY.

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A senior SPDP politician Datuk Paul Igai was quoted,” he expected a “major development” to take place before state elections are called. TERAS Supreme Council member concurred and called it ,”merger of the minds” Tan Sri James Masing was cautious in his choice of words,”“Let’s see what are the reactions of our members first to the merger proposal”

At the recent PBB MKT meeting on the 16th August 2015 CM Adenan was asked a question,”Have you indicate to other parties to prepare for elections. I do that all the time he said.” But he added and “TO RESOLVE THEIR DIFFERENCES…..it could be seen that the Deputy President and Senior Vice President of PBB Abang Johari and Awang Tengah nodded with agreement with the CM Adenan.

An argument put forward by a BN sympathiser,”Will PBB allow this merger of minds to happen? The dayaks will all be housed in one big house and they will be a threat to PBB. Of course if you look at the political mathematics that would not even be a threat as PRS 9 Seats, SPDP 8 seats only totals to 17 seats, SUPP are by consensus allocated 19 seats while PBB 35 seats.

It must be noted though that politicians by and large will follow the flow of the river and will not try to go against the current to stay alive politically. PBB with 35 seats will of course be fearful of SUPP/PRS/SPDP combination but has the TERAS and UPP card at the moment to play with.

Adenan still requires a fresh MANDATE and he will need his executors to move and solve both issues and affecting the parties concerned or to come out with a BOLDER APPROACH OF “merger of minds entity in PRS/SPDP/TERAS. Solving the rural based parties problems would see PBB and the new entity winning,winning back losts seats and maintaining the grip for Barisan Nasional.

19 seats which are allocated to SUPP which the majority have been taken over by DAP will see the dominant Chinese Urban based parties slugging it out between SUPP/DAP/UPP/independants which according to a Chinese analyst ‘the bests man win”. Chinese voters are being enticed he said by Adenans call for greater control of Education for the state which is good no doubt. However this are just populists statements and one would wonder what DAP or the opposition pact would come out with come election day.

One clear indicator would be,” Will the BN Federal Government dare to answer the EDUCATION question?” if they are tight-lipped over the education issue, the analyst said the tables will not turn for the BN candidate to make much impact against the DAP. The issues at hand with the higher prices for goods, ringgit spiralling out of control and other factors will affect the urban cyber savvy voters.

As for the rural seats its not so much that the leaders of the political parties are at logger heads but the constant pushing, back biting and annoyance comes form those second echelon leaders. A senior leader said to us,”  if you look at SPDP/TERAS its people like Robert Ayu, Alexander Asing, Banyi Beriak who wants to stand and be a candidate and knows that with BN ticket in Sarawak chances of winning in the rural areas is 60%. Who doesn’t want to be BN Assemblyman? Mawan,Tiong have their own seats in ADUN and MP and they are comfortable in their own right”

So the question is who are making it impossible for the parties to merge or at bests to see the SPDP/TERAS combination back to its former glory? One political pundit remarked,” Did you know that Tiong and Mawan as friends had “cha kueh tiaw” together in KL after the Parliament sitting? Of course we would say,true or not which is commonly asked  plus are you trying to create a friction for Mawan and the other TERAS aasemblyman?”

It does seem that some Sarawak based Peninsular Bloggers up to no good again. Our political pundit says PBB/BN  knows who they are and they should not meddle in Sarawak affairs.Moreover they are not fine tuned to the local cultures even though some are married or have decided to live in Sarawak. Our political culture is now being tested to the fullest as the ‘minds have been bombarded with more lies, allegations, defamation and names selling.

He continued,”Truth can become Untruth while Rumours can become Truth” All these political movement are for the “BETTER GOOD OF BN SARAWAK” Some who yearn for political standing will need to wait for their turn as the road deviates and they need also to fine tune to the Sarawak political landscape.  

It’s not something new on the political mergers and we all are not too excited about it. Or are we? Even one of the executors from PBB  looks at it as a Unity of the Dayaks? Certainly if it happens we will witness the history of A FULL POLITICAL CIRCLE .{ chronology:- Sunday 16th August 2015 SPDP seriously talked about merger. PRS initiated the idea very much earlier in 2006 but was given cool reception (vice-versa). Today 20th Augusts 2015 its all splashed in the mass/media.}

Adenan would be saying to us all oooo ha, ooooha, ooooha U U…. Case solved...Thanks for giving me another 5 years as CM Sarawak”

DAP “Making Their Stance Very Clear..!!!”

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Earlier this was reported in the BNBFF FB page,”Sarawak DAP unhappy with PAS. Will not compromise and we will make our stance very clear.
Chong “to defend and uphold the principle of the formation of MALAYSIA,Sarawak DAP will discuss at length whether we should remain in our pull out of PR”

Now its quite clear that DAP,PKR and PAS Sarawak are not exactly brothers in arms as their political ideologies have clashed. The ‘HUDUD” factor has reached boiling point and DAP Sarawak central committee met and they have put their foot down and supported their Chairman Chong Chieng Jen.

This appeared today in an internet portal today and one does not need to be a political genius to work it out where the PR Sarawak group is heading to.

Article as appeared:-

QUICK TAKE: So the Sarawak DAP wants to get out of Pakatan Rakyat if PAS insists on working with the federal government to implement hudud in Kelantan.

Making this strong stand last week, its chairman Chong Chieng Jen explained that if hudud was implemented, Sarawak would also be affected because all federal government departments at the state level would then have to comply with Syariah law in their administration.

But Chong did not stop there. He also lashed out at the non-committal stance of the Sarawak PKR on the matter and warned that the recent meeting between Kelantan Deputy Menteri Besar Datuk Nik Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah and Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Dr Jamil Khir Baharom had revealed that there was no need to amend the Federal Constitution to allow for implementation of hudud in Kelantan.

“This means that there is no need to get a two-thirds majority from Parliament to implement hudud and if implemented, it would go against the Sarawak Constitution and the principles of the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) that clearly states that Sarawak has no official religion,” he said.

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Chong’s threat to withdraw from the Pakatan coalition in Sarawak elicited a response from state PKR chief Baru Bian who expressed “shock” that Sarawak DAP has seen it fit to issue an ultimatum to Pakatan partner PAS  over its stand on hudud without prior consultation with Sarawak PKR.

Baru chided Chong referring to his past statements which clearly decreed that Sarawak was under no obligation to follow the prime minister on the hudud law in April and subsequent stand that Sarawak agreed to the formation of a secular Malaysia in June which were published in the local papers and shared widely on social media.

“Our stand could not be clearer or any more unequivocal, if Chong cared to read the reports. We have never faltered from holding firm to the guarantees of the Sarawak Constitution and the terms of MA63.”

Baru also questioned Sarawak DAP’s independent step when at the national level DAP had not given any indication of the position regarding this move.

“Perhaps there are internal factors and extraneous considerations at play here but I will not speculate on such matters. Suffice to say that I am deeply disappointed that DAP Sarawak should take such a drastic step at this time when the state election is imminent,” he said.

However, observers are aware that the differences and bad blood between DAP and PKR in Sarawak could not be just over this old hudud issue.

Since last year, PKR leaders in Sarawak have been jittery over the state DAP’s “Impian Sarawak” programme which is the party’s charge into the rural areas.

Armed with RM600,000 for the rural drive, a neat sum collected from the party’s state assembly representatives who had an allowance windfall, the DAP’s rural drive has been quite successful.

This has made certain PKR quarters unhappy as they see the DAP’s go rural drive as a threat for it has encroached into some constituencies which they have been eyeing.

Meanwhile, Sarawak PAS has also told DAP off, saying that the party was free to quit the state Pakatan coalition if it wishes to do so.

The deepening cracks within Sarawak Pakatan do not augur well for the state opposition in the coming state elections, due in two years.

“Y ARE U SO AFRAID OF TERAS..??”

BN TERASOur Emeritus Professor said the news/media headlines should read BN READY FOR STATE ELECTIONS .

The writeup will start with ….BN Component parties agree fully to work together to defend all seats allocated against the opposition Pakatan group in the upcoming state elections. However this is totally against the flow of how the BN component parties in Sarawak that is,”washing dirty linen in public which the voting public is sick down to their stomachs with.

On one hand the CM who has taken office barely 3 months is besieged with BN component infighting which has escalated over from the former CM. The 10 YBs who have on 15th May 2014 said that they will all come together to join a new political vehicle in TERAS ( Tenaga Rakyat Sarawak) is facing stiff resistance from the other BN Sarawak component parties in PRS,SUPP and SPDP. PBB has through some of their assembly made positive political statements in relation to TERAS and the 10 YBs.

The Emeritus Professor said this headline,”PRS, SUPP, SPDP declare pact to defend their state BN seats allocation from Teras, to convey stand to top Barisan leadership that they won’t budge. Masing went on to say that Teras elected representatives who won their seats under SUPP or SPDP should have the moral to resign when they left the parties.

They never stood as Teras candidates. In the last state election they were nominated either by SPDP or SUPP to represent BN.”

He said if they were to contest in the next state election they should stand under the Teras banner and must not mislead voters into thinking they were contesting under BN.”

A YB close to Mawan posted three questions

  • 1.Why are they so Afraid of us?

  • 2.Have we taken their seats away yet?

  • 3.We are all BN are we not?

We are NICE PEOPLE and why are they creating such a Ruckus even before we have submitted an application to join BN. Shouldn’t they be concentrating on fighting the Pakatan group and win back their losts seats . This is totally absurb and to see three component leaders not only merging in minds but merging physically is akin to the dark days of MIng Court 1987 when BN faced the Maju group.

Extracted from the Broken shield please find the following,”

1987 Ming Court Affair

This political crisis already started brewing when Rahman Ya’kub was the governor of Sarawak. He criticised his nephew in a speech at a ceremony of opening of Bintulu port in 1983.[7] In 1985, Rahman Ya’kub was involved in a bitter dispute with his nephew, Abdul Taib Mahmud over allocation rights. In 1987, Rahman Ya’kub formed a new party named Parti Persatuan Rakyat Malaysia Sarawak (PERMAS) in order to challenge Taib Mahmud at the polls. He also formed an alliance with Sarawak Dayak People’s Party (PBDS) in order to unseat Taib Mahmud. In March 1987, 27 of the 48 state assemblymen suddenly directed their support to Rahman Ya’kub while calling Taib Mahmud to resign as a chief minister. Among the defectors were Taib’s 4 cabinet ministers and 3 assistant ministers. A war of accusations on timber concessionaires then broke out between Rahman Ya’kub and Taib Mahmud. Taib Mahmud revoked 30 timber licenses held by his defectors and Rahman’s clients.[6] Taib then accused Rahman for awarding 1.25 million hectares of logging concessions worth RM 22.5 billion to Rahman himself and his relatives. Rahman Ya’kub, in return, revealed a list of timber concessions covering 1.6 million hectares held by Taib’s clients and family.[5] Despite the unsuccessful attempt at the 1987 Sarawak state election, Rahman continued his struggle with his allies, Sarawak Dayak People’s Party against Taib’s led Sarawak Barisan Nasional until 1991 Sarawak state election when Taib’s coalition won an overwhelming majority of 49 out of 56 seats in the state assembly

Another interesting character must be Datuk Justin Jinggut, a former SNAP vice president who is now actively promoting himself to be the PKR supremo in Sarawak. Interestingly Justin Jinggut is Norlia Tun Abdul Rahman’s husband. Now, who is Justin Jinggut again?

“I believe the first double-frogged politician was “born” in Sarawak. It was in Sarawak where this culture of double-frogging began when Ulu Rajang MP Justine Jinggut elected unopposed on a SNAP ticket in the 1982 parliamentary election defected to Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS) in 1983. In 1986, he contested on a PBDS ticket and won with a big majority. He leap-frogged back to SNAP before 1987. In 1990 he stood again on a SNAP ticket and was soundly defeated by Billy Abit Joo of PBDS.” –

Are they any similarities to this episode asked the YB? How can he, meaning James Masing during the heightened SPDP crisis (2010)said that the merger of SPDP/PRS will go through if a “certain personality is not involved. Today he is seen not only merging in mind but physically putting his hands behind that certain personality.

Politics they say do not have enemies and this has proven to be so true of James Masing following through with Willaim Clay’s quote,”This is quite a game, politics. There are no permanent enemies, and no permanent friends, only permanent interests.”

James Masing knows too that driven to a wall he would use whatsoever opportunities that are available to him. We wrote the following and please go through them.

One political source have similar thoughts to audie61 in that he said that James is holding both Peter and Tiong at their private parts and he will turn on them and be called by the Chief Minister of Sarawak and then iron out his political wishes. Both Chin and Tiong would be caught in a “LALA” land and they will suffer greatly with this association of minds.

The master in James have seen off Leo Moggie, Daniel Tajem, Sng Chee Hua and would not have much problem with Tiong King Sing or Peter Chin. Wouldn’t SUPP and SPDP be smarter and said to those who have left,” Good Luck” instead of kicking off a ruckus which we know well enough from insiders that they are pushing the blame indirectly to PBB.

The 10 Ybs are only trying to find a home for the next two years and they too will not be guaranteed a ticket to be the candidate in the next State Elections. Najib and Adenan have time and time again said BN will only field Winnable candidates and not those who thinks they can win without lifting a finger.

Many will point their fingers at audie61 for opening the Pandora’s box but the blame should fall on those who have misguided, mistimed and misadvised their Party Presidents and have Overblown EGO’s which they failed hard to contain.

BN Sarawak have a test and tested culture and those who are caught in the ‘TREE SHAKING” and washed away by the fast flowing waters will suffer greatly in the oblivion. PBDS,SNAP and some in PBB have suffered too and this Perfect May 15th 2014 storm are catching some out already.

Wouldn’t it be better if James,Peter and Tiong and his merryman said we are all out against the Opposition Pakatan group…???

Adenan “No Bigots,No Racists and Extremists”

adenan558bSarawak is tightening its immigration rules and stepping up scrutiny of visitors particularly from the peninsula to keep out “extremists, religious bigots and racists”, Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem said.

At a press conference to mark his 100 days as chief minister, Adenan (pic) said racism and religious intolerance were “not in character with the people of Sarawak”.

“We have lived harmoniously all these many years and it is my responsibility to see that we, people of all races and culture, continue to live harmoniously together.

“May 13 never happened here. As far as Sarawak is concerned, May 13 (race riots in 1969) was a distant thunder on the other side of the hill,” said Adenan, who succeeded Tun Abdul Taib Mahmud in February.

One way to safeguard the harmony in the state, he said, was to keep religious fanatics and racists “of all colours” out.

No officials would say how many names are the “black list” of people banned from the state, but one name that Adenan himself had said months earlier was on the list is that of Perkasa chief Datuk Ibrahim Ali.

Perkasa is a Malay right-wing group that had been fanning racial and religious tensions in the peninsula.

Adenan was responding to questions on how he planned to achieve his vision of making Sarawak a “progressive, vibrant and harmonious” state when the rumblings of religious and racial intolerance were getting louder in the peninsula and could spread to Sarawak.

Even though immigration is a matter under federal purview, Sarawak and Sabah have autonomy over immigration in their respective states under the terms of the Malaysia Agreement and, therefore, can bar anyone they deemed undesirable and a threat to the state.

Sarawak PKR vice-chairman See Chee How, meanwhile, reminded Adenan that his 100-day “honeymoon” was not without bitterness.

He said Adenan that he and his new administration are perceived as interim and “a continuation of the old administration that is under intense scrutiny and criticism locally and internationally”.

He added that Adenan was seen as playing second fiddle to Taib, who is now the Yang DiPertua Negeri.

“Adenan was given a lot of slack in his first 100 days. He has enjoyed a high level of public support.

“The high hopes for what he will be able to accomplish, the benefit of doubt given to him that his administration will govern in ways that they like becomes a trust in the new chief minister and in the promises that he made in his inauguration speech,” See said in a statement.

“The new chief minister vows to be a chief minister for all Sarawakians, to protect the popular aspirations for state autonomy, special rights and privileges under the Malaysia Agreement, and higher oil and gas royalty.

“He further promised to bar the entry of racists and religious bigots and declared that there will be no implementation of hudud in Sarawak and no seizure of Holy Scriptures (Bibles).

“All these bode well with the general Sarawakians,” See said.

However, Adenan’s mantle as the Barisan Nasional state chief was also being tested, See said, referring to two senior ministers and about half a dozen assistant ministers who stirred political unrest in the state BN in a mass exodus with their supporters from their former parties to join a newly formed party.

The move provoked strong opposition from three state BN coalition parties Sarawak United Peoples Party (SUPP), Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) and the Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP).

See summed up Adenan’s 100 days by saying: “While there are no major accomplishments yet, there are also no failures, disappointments or liabilities.

“The new chief minister must deliver his promises and be the chief administration to fulfil the hopes of Sarawakians that things can change and their lives will be improved under the new administration.”

June 6, 2014.

SPDP”…007 Shaken not Stirred..??”

frenemyIan Fleming’s fictional British Secret service agent James Bond would have loved to play a part in this ongoing ding dong battle between the Deputy’s “boiling hot” group of disgruntled SC members and the ICE cooled President William Mawan and his men.

Many have been telling Churchill Edward that he needs “some security” but he keeps on avoiding to make a report on the number of “provocative and unwarranted” smses. We too have received some from other members but of course we have already activated our defence system.

Gag-Order is of course in place and is duly followed with no dirty linens thrown but this “threat” is  well below the political belt so it will receive attention from many viewers in the blogsphere.

Churchill said he is “stirred and not shaken” and in Bond’s movies only two are not in tandem. One is Casino Royale,which Bond, after losing millions of dollars in a game of poker, is asked if he wants his martini shaken or stirred, and snaps, “Do I look like I give a damn?” and the other time was in You only Live twice-“That’s, um, stirred not shaken. That was right, wasn’t it?” To which Bond replies politely, “Perfect.”

My friend, and for the safety of a good journalists we think that he must look beyond the “friendship” as in politics no one will remember losers. Could his friend (FRENEMY) now cares about his wellbeing? No way and I can bet my last dime that his FRENEMY will do his utmost to topple Churchill to shut him up good and proper. Are you still in doubt? That means you are reading a wrong article. Turn and log out and restart your computer. It’s pop backup to this page and you too have been stirred up and not shaken.

Bro..please tell your friend to do something. Maybe you can put this in. My friend send me this message,”shaken, not stirred” is used to mean “having had a shock but not suffering lasting mental effects from it“.

This is no more 007 my friend and below are the very smses between Churchill who is stirred by it all but his usual cool poise is affected slightly. Even his voice shakes when he stresses a point. So after reading all the smses below his friends not FRENEMY better advice him to be on guard. The battle lines are drawn by the loyalists and disgruntled members and one SC member even said to audie61..”IT WILL NEVER BE THE SAME

The smses..”Bros,Today I received a ‘not so nice”sms from an anonymous accusing me of changing and forging minutes of supreme council  meeting. I politely smsed him back that I am not privy to any minute and I asked him to ask somebody else.Tq( I believei will be getting more sms like this in the days to come.I will share with you.” –This is to his friends and members aligned to President William Mawan .

This is the anonymous 1st SMS”Slmat pg en.churchil kenapa kamu berani memalsukan minit meeting sup konsil.Kamu buat spdp mjadi parti plasu dokumen.Tak perlu kita tipu walaupun slah

2nd sms”Memang kamu bukan pegang.Tapi kamu yg memalsukan.Semua orang tahu.SEDIH ada orang berniat jahat macam kamu dlm parti

3rd sms”Apa apa pun kamu kata,memang sah kamu lah orang nya.Harap polis siasat nanti”

Churchills reply -1st ( Good morningsir,anda sendiri pun tahu bukan saya buat pegang minit.Sila Tanya orang lain.Tq)

2nd reply ( Tuan Tuan Kamu sendiri pun tahu yang saya tidak memalsukan apa apa. Kamu sendiri pun tahu siapa yang berniat jahat.Tq)

3rd reply (Kamu sendiri pun tahu yang Polis yang siapa yang bersalah dan ada niat jahat)

Churchill said to us “I was stirred up this morning by an anonymous sms that accused me of forging minutes.How to forge? It’s not like its a hire and purchase agreement. Any minute will still have to be tabled and for all members of SC to see and approved in the next SCM( supreme council meeting) 

We also have in our hands the telephone number which we were informed not to disclose at this Material time.

Obviously the message is crystal clear that Churchill will not back stab his friend no matter how grievous the harm has been done and he still have the forgiving heart. The issue though is they are looking at Churchill as being the one that they can shake and deliver the death kneel to the ice cool Mawans group. Mawans loyalists are clinging on to the HOPE which one SC member says and the 2% window of reconcialtion.

Is there a need to go to this extend? In many political battles many have also suffered badly and some lives have also been losts.  The political virus does penetrate the gullible and it will affect their everyday lifes and the poison is unstoppable unless one has a HARDEDED HEART AND SOUL.

The gifts have been offered and now its the results which is the FINAL DEMAND. Lets draw all the instigators out to stop the harm it will affect the preparations for Barisan Nasional towards the State Elections. Its time to be RUTHLESS and let those who think selfishly to join the ranks of the VANQUISHED.

Don’t worry Churchill many are still with you eventhough they try to get to you…

YOU JUST…”CALL OUT MY NAME AND I’LL BE THERE..”

SPDP”Threats Directed towards SC Member”

Be it by phone call or smses or whatsapp a threat by anyone should not be taken lightly. The person directed at will be emotionally aggravated and he will be subjected to political stress. This is the life where many in the political field are facing and we cannot blame them for having “security” surrounding them. Political foes can get very EMOTIONAL and they will unleashed all their political muscle to achieve their aims.

We do feel ever so sorry for many political boys but that’s the PATH they choose. Will Churchill Edward be able to withstand the pressure and stress after what he has spoken to the press.?

We wouldn’t dare to say yes or no…

Read the article below:-

Decision to readmit sacked assemblymen endorsed by SPDP supreme council

Those questioning the re-admission of the four assemblymen into SPDP may have an ulterior motive, according to party’s deputy information chief Churchill Edward. He says these dissenting voices were in the party’s supreme council that unanimously agreed to the re-admission not once but twice — on Feb 23 and March 6. KUCHING: The decision to re-admit the four sacked assemblymen into SPDP was a unanimous decision by the party’s supreme council.

Its deputy information chief Churchill Edward Drem in a statement said it was totally wrong to say their admission was done solely by party president Tan Sri William Mawan.

“The decision to re-admit the G4 was made by the supreme council on Feb 2, which was subsequently relayed to Chief Minister (Tan Sri Adenan Satem) on March 6 at his office in Petra Jaya where Deputy Chief Minister (Tan Sri Alfred Jabu) and Housing Minister (Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg) were also present.

“During that meeting, the supreme council members had reaffirmed their earlier decision to re-admit the G4 before the Chief Minister,” he pointed out.

Churchill, who is also Muara Tuang SPDP secretary, issued the statement to rebut the call by “anonymous group” calling for Mawan to explain why and how he re-admitted the sacked assemblymen into the party.

According to Churchill, the supreme council members kept silent when asked, first by Mawan and secondly by Adenan, whether there was any objection.

Mawan and Adenan took the silence as consent to the re-admission of the G4 assemblymen, comprising Datuk Peter Nansian Ngusie (Tasik Biru), Datuk Sylvester Entrie (Marudi), Rosey Yunus (Bekenu) and Paulus Palu Ngumbang (Batu Danau).

Following the unanimous decision, Adenan then witnessed the official re-admission of the four as SPDP ordinary members at another meeting at his office on March 19, he added.

Churchill said almost all the supreme council members were present at the Chief Minister’s Office to re-affirm their decision.

“All of them also clapped their hands as sign of approval at the end of the session with the Chief Minister.”

Given the solid approval by the party’s supreme council members, Churchill said the anonymous group should demand the supreme council and not Mawan for the explanation.

“In fact, the anonymous group also owes party members an explanation on why they demanded the president to explain what had been decided by the supreme council,” he suggested.

Churchill also said that Mawan had duly explained the re-admission issue to party members through subsequent forums including his chairman’s address during the supreme council meeting on Feb 23.

“I find (the demand by the anonymous group) illogical, ridiculous and an attempt to embarrass the party, the president and Chief Minister.

“I also think they are probably having an ulterior agenda as I could not see any other reason for their persistence in demanding the president to explain what had already been explained.”

Churchill also questioned the group’s motive in calling for an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) just for the president to explain the re-admission when they (members of the anonymous group) were probably part of the supreme council that made the decision.

With the Feb 23 supreme council and quorum being established as proper, it was beyond reasonable doubt that the re-admission was fully endorsed by the supreme council, Churchill said.

“That was why we all went to meet the Chief Minister to re-affirm and re-confirm that there was indeed a discussion on the reconciliation issue.

“We were not there to bluff the Chief Minister. If they (dissenting group) said the president had acted alone, then why were all of them at the Chief Minister’s office on March 6 and also on March 19?” he said, adding that Mawan ought not respond to the anonymous group because its identity was suspect.

On a separate issue involving attempts to put a wedge between Mawan and his deputy Datuk Tiong King Sing, Churchill said he believed it would be futile because at the end of the day, both would remain as friends and comrades in SPDP and Barisan Nasional’s fold.