Wednesday, July 29, 2009
We were Seen as "Still Wearing Cawat"By Others Because We Have Leaders Like Masing and Band Of PRS Politicians
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Sunday, July 26, 2009
Saturday, July 25, 2009
Death of Teoh Beng Huat-The True Colour of Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and UMNO Prevails
Friday, July 24, 2009
Masing and Iban-Leaders Are Reminded To Look At PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang "Cawat" Remark Positively
- We are still far behind them and they compared us with the Orang Asli in Peninsular Malaysia.
- We are stupid despite being majority but have no political power
- We are stupid especially our leaders, for following whatever Tok Uban said
- Why are we especially our leaders keeping quiet even when our NCR lands being robbed from us.
As for all of the Iban-Dayak out there , please learn to accept the fact that we are still far behind our friends in Peninsular in every aspects. If we still want to maintain our standards at present level for another 46 years , by all means, throw your votes to BN. But if we want to be on the same par with our friends in Peninsular, Let's join Pakatan Rakyat temporarily until we have our own boat.
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Monday, July 20, 2009
- Alantuya murder Case. His alleged link to the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder. The story has became the international story with the major newspaper like The UK's Sunday Times, The International Herald Tribune, the French daily Libération, The Australian Financial Review, The Far Eastern Economic Review and the New York Times have all published stories.
- Anti Chinese. In 1987 when he was the UMNO youth head, during one of the rally held in In a widely documented speech he vowed to bathe the keris with Chinese blood. In this point, he is not fit to lead a multi racial Malaysia.
As for Mahyuddin, he just doesn't have criterias to become a good leader what to say a Deputy Prime Minister of a country.
As for the Dayak, the Malays have their PM(Prime Minister Malay) and DPM (Deputy Prime Minister Malay), lets form-up Dayak Borneo Association and combine with our brothers in Kalimantan Indonesia ! Mupok aku
Sunday, July 19, 2009
Malaysian Muslim Is Involved in Series Of Bombing in Jakarta Indonesian - Has the Malaysian Government Done Enough To Defeat The Terrorist ?
A report from Jakarta indicated that one of the suspect involved in a series of bombing and killed few people in Indonesia was a Malaysian, NORDIN MAT TOP. I just cannot imagine if the same scenerio happen here in Malaysia and the foreign citizen involved, supposely to be an Indonesian. Additionally if the Malaysian government didn't do enough to track and capture the culprit. Hasn't his family members are staying in Malaysia? Please see the damages and the casualties caused by the bombing which the Malaysian Muslim was involved.. Please continue with reading the article on Malaysian Muslim involvement with Jakarta bombing as reported from Jakarta.
JAKARTA, Indonesia - The mangled faces of two suspected suicide attackers may be the main clue linking the bombings of two luxury American hotels in the Indonesian capital with a notorious al-Qaida-linked militant network that has struck many times before. Investigators worked with medical teams Saturday to reconstruct the remains of the culprits believed to have set off explosions that tore through the restaurants of the J.W. Marriott and Ritz-Carlton at breakfast time the day before. Seven were killed, plus the two suspected attackers, and 50 wounded, many of them foreigners. The method, target and type of bombs used in Friday's attacks immediately raised suspicions of involvement by the Jemaah Islamiyah terror group and Noordin M. Top, the fugitive Malaysian national who heads a particularly violent offshoot of the network. While National Police spokesman Maj. Gen. Nanan Soekarna said they "cannot say for sure whether Noordin M. Top led this bombing," others were more certain. "I'm 200 percent sure this was his work," said Nasir Abbas, a former Jemaah Islamiyah leader turned police informant who has worked with police on investigations into Indonesia's last three terrorist attacks. A police investigator told The Associated Press on Saturday that Noordin was the most likely suspect. "Considering the target, the location and content of the bombs, it was clearly the work of Noordin," the investigator said, declining to give his name because he wasn't authorized to speak to the media. The investigator said a hotel receptionist told police that one of the suspected bombers who checked into the hotel days before gave his name as "Nurdin." He gave a $1,000 cash deposit because he had no credit card, he said. Noordin, an engineer and alleged bomb-maker, is accused of masterminding four major strikes in Indonesia with the help of al-Qaida that killed more than 240 people, including the 2002 and 2005 Bali bombings, a strike on the J.W. Marriott in 2003, and a huge blast at the Australian Embassy in Jakarta in 2004 when a ton of explosives was hidden in a delivery van. Police said they were also following leads in the Cilacap region of Central Java, where explosives were reportedly found buried in a garden last week at the house of Noordin's father-in-law, who is also at large. "We can't say for certain which network is involved in this bombing," Soekarna said. "There are similarities with the bombs found in Cilacap and Bali." Sidney Jones, a Southeast Asian terrorism analyst for the International Crisis Group, believes it "is clear that there is a direct link with Noordin through (his father-in-law), and clearly Noordin was staying in Cilacap at that time." "I think Noordin will remain a threat until he is captured," she told Indonesian television channel MetroTV. Investigators have been examining body parts and other forensic evidence from Friday's attacks in an attempt to identify the two suspected bombers, one of whom is believed to be Indonesian. Their bodies were badly damaged in the explosions - they were decapitated by the force - and confirming their identity could help determine if they knew Noordin. Authorities say the bombers posed as guests before setting off the pair of blasts. They say the attackers evaded hotel security, smuggling explosives into the Marriott two days ahead of time and apparently assembled the bombs on the 18th floor, where an undetonated device was found after the explosions. Police on Saturday confirmed the death of a third Australian - bringing the number of confirmed foreign fatalities to at least four - and said their earlier toll of nine had included the two bombers. The attack occurred as the Marriott was hosting a regular meeting of top foreign executives of major companies in Indonesia organized by the consultancy firm CastleAsia, said the group, which is headed by an American. Officials have identified five of the dead - the three from Australia, one from New Zealand and one from Indonesia. The Health Ministry initially reported the death of a Singaporean, but police said they were unable to confirm that. Australian Foreign Minister Stephen Smith said Saturday after meeting with his Indonesian counterpart that the dead included Trade Commission officer Craig Senger. "The hearts of our nation go out to those families," he said. Officials said 16 foreigners were among the wounded, including eight Americans and citizens of Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, South Korea and Britain. The blasts at the high-rise hotels, located side-by-side in an upscale business district in Jakarta, blew out windows and scattered debris and glass across the street, clouding the structures in thick smoke. Security videos captured the moment of the explosion in the Marriott. The brief, grainy images show a man wearing a cap and pulling a bag on wheels walking across the lobby toward the restaurant, followed by a flash and smoke filling the air.
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Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Despite the rampant Votes Buying, Corruption and Abuse of power by UMNO/Barisan Nasional but PAS managed to defend it seat from UMNO by 65 Majority.
Full Report taken From Malaysiakini in Bahasa Malaysia.
PAS mendapat 5,348 undi sementara calon BN Tuan Aziz Tuan Mat mendapat 5,283 undi. Keputusan tersebut diumumkan oleh pegawai pengurus pilihanraya Adnan Hussin di Dewan Petra, SMK Sultan Yahya Petra 1, pada jam 9.01 malam.
DUN tersebut mempunyai 12,293 pengundi berdaftar, termasuk 25 pengundi pos, dan 10,631 atau 87 peratus keluar mengundi hari ini. Beberapa pemimpin atasan PAS hadir di pusat penjumlahan undi di SMK Sultan Yahya Petra 1, Kuala Krai.
Mereka termasuklah Timbalan Pesuruhjaya PAS Kelantan, Datuk Husam Musa; ahli parlimen Kuala Krai, Dr Hatta Ramli; ahli jawatankuasa pusat PAS Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad bagi merayakan kemenangan Mohd Fauzi.
Bagaimanapun, tiada seorang pemimpin utama Umno yang hadir, termasuk pengerusi Umno Kelantan, Datuk Mustapa Mohamed dan calon BN.
Calon PAS Mohd Fauzi Abdullah melangkah longlai keluar dari bilik gerakan utama parti di Manek Urai.
Beliau dalam perjalanan menuju ke tempat penjumlahan undi di SMK Sultan Yahya Petra 1, Kuala Krai.
Menurut sumber parti itu, PAS meraih 5,347 undi, BN pula mendapat 5,283 undi dan majoritinya tinggal 64 daripada 1,352 undi yang diperolehi pada pilihanraya umum lalu.
Keputusan rasmi PAS mendapat 4,335 undi, sementara BN pula 4,299 undi.
Lima peti undi belum sampai di tempat penjumlahan undi di SMK Sultan Yahya Petra 1, Kuala Krai.
Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) sedang menanti ketibaan peti-peti sebelum membuat pengumuman rasmi.
Majoriti setakat ini 36 undi.
Keputusan rasmi PAS mendapat 3,092 undi, sementara BN pula 2,747 undi. Majoriti setakat ini 345 undi.
PAS didakwa menang dengan majoriti 65 undi tetapi akibat majoriti terlalu tipis, pengiraan semula dijangka akan dijalankan.Ketua Pemuda Umno Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar berkata BN sedang berusaha agar kiraan semula diadakan.
"Kiraan pertama dan kedua sangat, sangat berbeza," katanya melalui Twitter sebentar tadi.
Jika berlaku pengiraan semula di beberapa daerah mengundi, keputusan malam ini mungkin lebih lewat diketahui.
Menteri Besar, Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat mengimami solat di bilik gerakan utama PAS di Manek Urai.
Suasana serius di sini setelah agen-agen PAS dari tempat mengundi pulang dengan keputusan masing-masing.
Menurut sumber Twitter Ketua Pemuda Umno Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar, kemenangan BN "semakin terserlah."
"Keputusan tidak rasmi kelihatan rasmi dari minit ke minit. Kemenangan BN semakin terserlah," katanya.
PAS mempamerkan di layar besar di bilik gerakannya dengan angka parti itu tersebut meraih 5,363 undi, manakala BN mendapat 5,293 undi.
PAS mendapat kelebihan 70 undi.
BN mendahului Manek Urai Baru dan Manek Urai Baru, PAS pula mendahului di Late Rek dan Chuchoh Puteri daripada sembilan daerah mengundi.
Daerah-daerah lain: Temalir, Sungai Peria, Sungai Sok, Manjor dan Laloh
Sekumpulan penyokong BN di bilik operasi parti itu di Manek Urai kelihatan bergembira "atas kemenangan" calon mereka Tuan Aziz Tuan Mat.
Ada sumber menyatakan kemenangan sebanyak "30 undi", sementara terdapat sumber menyebut "200 undi".
Calon BN dan pemimpin BN tidak kelihatan di situ.
Menurut sumber Twitter Ketua Pemuda Umno Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar, BN mendahului 38 undi.
Pengiraan undi bagi DUN Manek Urai akan bermula seawal-awalnya jam 5.30 petang yang melibatkan semua 27 saluran di sembilan pusat pembuangan undi.
Calon BN Tuan Aziz Tuan Mat cuba merampas kerusi tersebut yang dipertahankan oleh calon PAS Mohd Fauzi Abdullah dalam persaingan agak sengit sehingga mencetuskan pergaduhan para penyokong.
Peratus keluar mengundi sehingga pukul 5 petang tadi, setelah proses pengundian tamat, 87.3 peratus daripada 12,293 orang atau 10,736 pemilih menunaikan tanggungjawab.
Keputusan rasmi akan diumumkan oleh Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) di pusat penjumlahan undi di SMK Sultan Yahya Petra 1, Kuala Krai seawal-awalnya jam 8 malam ini.
CONGRATULATIONS PAS AND PAKATAN RAKYAT!
The Most corrupt Sick Man in MalaysiaIn his speech read by the Housing Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg at the closing of the 2009 Sarawak Anti-Corruption Carnival at Padang Merdeka 0n 12th Jul 2009, Taib Mahmud said inefficiency was one of the key factors that caused corruption and abuse of power. He said the attitude of delaying, taking one’s own sweet time and being careless presents an opportunity to dishonest civil servants to commit graft. I totally disagree with this statement. I strongly believe that most if not all the law enforcement professional out there tend to agree with me, that the main factor for civil servant to commiting graft or corruption is because of the power and opportunity vested to them . For example, the police and the enforcement officers. Other example that can be clearly seen (inclusive the Coffee Shop Operators) is Taib himself. Taib Mahmud is known by almost everyone to be the most corrupted politician in Malaysia (probably the world). He was raised from a poor family and his father was a fishermen. But now, all of his family members have became amongst the richest people in Sarawak. Even his daughter can afford to buy the most expensive house in Ottawa.
With so many evidents and much talks about Tok Uban Corrupted Practices, Until now MCC have not sprang into action.
Despite the news being widely talked amongst the people of Sarawak (inclusive some parts of peninsular Malaysia) but so far no action has been taken by MCC. Why double standard ? In Selangor or Penang just from romours had caused few Pakatan State Assembly members being investigated by thye MCC.Why it is so difficult for the MCC to open the file on Taib ? What worry me so much is that, someone in the the MCC had been given with big monies by Tok Uban.....
Alleged Corruption Against Taib Mahmud
Accusations of deep corruption and nepotism have surrounded Taib on several occasions and the dominance of Sarawak's political elite including Taib's family in the logging industry is well documented.In 2007, it was reported that nine Japanese shipping companies, which transported timber from Sarawak, had allegedly failed to report some 1.1 billion yen in income over a period of up to seven years. The report claimed the money was paid as kickbacks to Sarawak officials via a Hong Kong agent linked to Taib's family.
Please see the Letter From Japanese NGO joint letter to PM Badawi & ACA
April 27th 2007
Dato' Seri Abdullah bin Haji Ahmad BadawiPrime Minister of Malaysia CC: Director, Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA)
Subject: Corruption allegations against Sarawak CM Taib Mahmud and freedom of speech in Malaysia
We, the undersigned Japanese non-governmental organizations and citizen's groups, wish to express our profound concern regarding threats by the Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Pehin Taib Mahmud to lodge a defamation suit against the Malaysiakini news service and leaders of Party Keadilan Rakyat Sarawak for raising allegations of his involvement in a RM 32 million kickback scheme reported by the Japan Times and other Japanese newspapers.
We understand that the corruption allegations raised against CM Taib Mahmud originated from a report in the Japan Times on Mar 29,, 2007 that nine Japanese shipping companies which transport lumber from Sarawak failed to report some 1.1 billion yen (approximately RM 32 million) in income paid as remuneration to Regent Star, a Hong Kong-based agent with connections to CM Taib Mahmud and his family, during a period of seven years through last March. According to the report, the Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau determined that these payments were rebates, not legitimate expenses, and is likely to impose well over 400 million in back taxes and penalties against the shipping companies.
The Yomiuri Shimbun (in Japanese) also reported the above facts in an article on March 28th. Furthermore, the Asahi Shimbun English edition reported on March 28th that the Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau had ordered Kansai Line Co. to pay 50 million yen in back taxes and penalties for falsely including so-called intermediation fees totaling 130 million yen paid to Regent Star over a seven year period until December 2005, in its cost of loading logs in ports in Sarawak, in an effort to hide the payments.
The Asahi Shimbun Japanese edition further reported on March 27th that shipping companies affiliated with the Nanyozai Freight Agreement (NFA) cartel are suspected to have paid more than US $25 million (approx. 2.5 billion yen) in intermediation fees to Regent Star in the ten years up to 2005. An anonymous industry source is quoted as admitting that "there was an understanding that these were payments to the Chief Minister's family" and in essence, kickbacks.
According to the article, the NFA admitted that it had in 1981 entered into an agreement with Dewaniaga Sarawak (DNS) on log exports to Japan, and had been instructed by DNS to pay intermediation fees to Regent Star in Hong Kong. The payments, which are said to have continued for 26 years since 1981, are said to have started at a rate of approximately US $1.50 per cubic meter of logs shipped, and to have increased over the years to the current rate of US $3.28, while the log shipments declined from a peak of 3.8 million m3 in 1990 to about 410,000 m3 in 2005. The report estimates that an average of one to four million dollars per year, totaling US $25,250,000 was paid to Regent Star between 1996 and 2005 alone. The article also mentions that an industry source alleged that DNS director Dato' Onn Bin Mahmud, brother of CM Taib Mahmud, sometimes participated in person in negotiations of the intermediation fees between Regent Star and the NFA.
From the above, it should be crystal clear that the allegations lodged against CM Taib Mahmud by Malaysiakini and Party Keadilan Rakyat Sarawak are not based on rumor or hearsay, but on information reported in a consistent manner by several leading Japanese newspapers. As organizations working in the Malaysian public interest, Malaysiakini and Party Keadilan have merely been exercising their freedom of expression and fulfilling their duty to raise concerns to the public and competent authorities regarding highly disturbing information meriting further investigation. In fact, it would have been dereliction of their public duty not to have done so. If whistleblowers immediately face threats of litigation for defamation, how can citizens play an active role in eliminating corruption? Should not CM Taib Mahmud present a clear explanation rather than resort to such intimidation? And if he disagrees with the allegations in the reports, should he not question their sources in Japan and the Japanese tax authorities, rather than Malaysian citizens who are merely bringing them to the public attention?
In light of your pledge to make anti-corruption a top policy priority with "zero tolerance for corruption," we urge you to live up to your reputation by instructing the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) directly under your supervision to immediately commence a formal investigation into the allegations raised in these media reports, and to keep the public informed of developments thereof. Party Keadilan Rakyat Sarawak has already lodged two reports on this matter as of April 13th 2007, one with the Kuching Central Police Station and another with the Anti-Corruption Agency in Kuching, following your public statement advising that reports be lodged so that the ACA could take action. Japanese civil society will do its most to urge the Japanese tax authorities to cooperate with Malaysia in its investigation, so that the truth can be revealed and justice served.
Furthermore, we ask you to ensure that Malaysian citizens do not face undue pressure or malicious litigation in an attempt to suppress their freedom of speech when raising issues in the public interest. Certainly such transparency is crucial in upholding the honor and untarnished reputation of Malaysia in the international community.
Sarawak Campaign Committee (SCC)Friends of the Earth Japan (FOEJ)Japan Tropical Forest Action Network (JATAN)The Japan Citizens' Coalition for the UN International Decade of theWorld's Indigenous Peoples (INDEC)Japan Network on Human Rights in MalaysiaPacific Asia Resource Center (PARC)Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands Forest Protection Group in JapanY. Sakamoto, Global Environment Forum
The results of the logging industry under Taib is that less than 10% of Sarawak's primary forests remain, logging many of the ancestral lands of many of Sarawak's indigenous communities, despite their continued petitions and road blockades, where forceful dismantling has led to several deaths and regular violent coercion by the Malaysian army, police and logging industry enforcers.
In the 2008 general election, Taib's son Sulaiman Abdul Rahman Taib won a seat in the Malaysian parliament and became Deputy Tourism Minister in the new cabinet.Prior to this, he did not have any political experience. Taib's sister Roziah is one of the most powerful businesswoman in Sarawak with extensive holdings in property and timber business.
Taib's brother-in-law, Aziz Hussain, was appointed state secretary by Mahmud and when he retired, Mahmud appointed him executive director of Sarawak Energy and other companies
Or MCC will only going take action after Tok Uban no longer in power, just like what happened in Penang and Selangor !
Monday, July 13, 2009
Brunei to get 400MW of our electricity
The state is expected to supply 400 megawatts (MW) of electricity to Brunei next year.
According to Awang Tengah, the memorandum of understanding (MoU) had been signed with Brunei sultanate last May. He Said the supply would be delivered in two stages. (1) First stage. The supply of 200MW from Bakun Hydroelectric Dam after its commissioning next year
(2) Second Stage . Another 200MW , the supply will come from Limbang Hydroelectric Dam.
This was what Taib Mahmud meant by the Politic of development....Developing others first...The Rakyat last.Despites the facts that 85% of the longhouses throughout the state are living without basic amnities and electricity but BN government still can afford to sell it electricity to it neighbouring countries, Kalimantan Indonesia and Brunei.
I still fail to understand until now, why the Dayak of sarawak, despite what BN has done to us, we still throw our support to them.
Please follow my Countdown for Dayak Victory!
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Friday, July 10, 2009
Sime Derby Plantation Sdn. Bhd. is allocating RM 100million to develop the NCR lands in Julau.
With this new JV, more Ibans are going to lose their NCR Lands. Eventually their income from the rubber trees planted in the NCR lands will be shrunk. The assumption is made based on the blogger experience with the JV in Sg Tenggang.
Based on BERNAMA report published by Borneo Post , about 20 hectares of NCR land will be involved in the JV. Please read the article below on the proposed JV between Sime Derby Plantation Sdn. Bhd and the NCR Land owners from Julau. Borneo Post, Friday 10th July 2009. RM100m for NCR land Development. Sime Darby set to work on 20,000ha Julau land in oil palm joint venture deal Sime Darby Plantation Sdn Bhd is set to invest an initial RM100 million to develop oil palm plantations on Native Customary Rights (NCR) lands in Julau, about 55 kilometres from here. Its Plantation Agency and Consultation head Mohd Helmy Othman Basha said the project would cover an area of about 20,000 hectares.
“This is our first project in Sarawak and incidentally on the state’s Native Customary Rights land. “The project will be in a joint venture with landowners from 109 longhouses in three areas namely KJD/Lower Julau, Sungai Julau/Sungai Pitoh and Merurun/Meluan/Entabai,” he told reporters yesterday.Representing the landowners at the joint venture agreement signing ceremony at a community hall here was the Land Custody and Development Authority (LCDA). Present was Land Development Minister Dato Sri Dr James Jemut Masing. Helmy said the preparatory work would begin after Sime Darby had done and submitted the Social and Environmental Impact Assessment report to the authority concerned.
Masing said a representative chosen from among the landowners would be appointed to sit on the joint venture’s board of management to keep them informed on any latest developments. He said the landowners would stand to gain as through the plantation they could find jobs and business opportunities and receive dividends and bonuses when the crop is harvested.
“Best of all, each individual landowner will know the exact size and location of his or her land which will be officially recognised,” he said Mupok Aku
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Conspiracy By Najib and BN to End Anwar Political Career-Supporters Will Go to the Street on Wednesday, 15 Jul 2009
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Friday, July 3, 2009
This stupid minister blatantly bluffed or try to mislead the participants with this Peninsular based party sentiment without telling them the truth that Barisan Nasional is also a Peninsular malaysia based party. Another blunder that he made was on the 20-Point Agreements. Just wonder whether he read the 20 Point Agreements before. But the way how the speech was delivered, in my opinion he has not read it yet.Because if he did, he should be able to differentiate between the 20 Point Agreement and the 18 Points Agreement. Check your facts Manyin !! Manyin should not talk about the 20 Points Agreement not because he did not fully understand its contents alone, but the points could anger his boss in Peninsular Malayss. Manyin must remember that he and the Bidayuh communities are owing PM Najib and Barisan Nasional RM 1 Million, the amount that was pledged by Najib during his Official visit to Sarawak recently.Further blunder by Manyin could cost him and the Bidayuh communities this RM 1 Million. On the 20 the Points Agreement, such as in matters related to immigration, labour and land ownership, he said Sarawakians must recognise the fact that even after 46 years of independence they had yet to have the ability and capacity to compete without the safeguard provided by the 20-point agreement. On the said matters, who are to be blamed, is it the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) or the Barisan Nasional (BN)? Dont tell us that after 46 years under BN we still could not compete with all the big firms from Peninsular. Dont tell us that we have to wait for another 46 years? Therefore the best approach for us(Sarawak) now is CHANGE! Change the BN Government NOW or NEVER.
JEMUT MASING Another Dayak leader that also trying his luck to replace Jabu as Tok Uban Ballcarrier and representing the Dayak Communities is Jemut Masing (JM). JM , since the deregistration of the PBDS, he has been seen as a traitor by most of the Dayaks. For me, JM nowadays is totally different from the person that I saw in the 80's. He is totally different from JM that I knew before...JM is dead. The recent blunder that JM made to mislead the Iban Dayak was on Wednesday, 1st july 2009. During his visit to Anchi longhouse in Kapit he urged the people of Rumah Anchi to appreciate the Government Assistance rendered to them by supporting the government during the election. This is a true blunder by Masing. He mislead the longhouse people by saying that the Assistance was from the Barisan Nasional ( Perintah in Iban). Was it really from BN ? What he did not explain to the people was on the source of the money. Typical Iban leaders from BN who would bluffed the longhouse people in order to get their votes, Masing also did the same thing. He bluffed the people by telling them that the Assistance came from BN and not from the tax payer monies, thetrefore they must Vote for BN....!This is how BN bluffed and brainstorm the rural people in order to win their votes. But Masing, you must remember that we are out here...We saw and we heard you, and we will tell our people in the long house about you blunder.... Mupok aku
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