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Thursday, May 26, 2011

William Mawan Lost Command to Non-Iban SPDP 5

Kuching
Thursday, 26th May 2010


William Mawan should expel the SPDP 5 - Paulus, Nansian, Entrie and Rosey from the party before the recent State Election because by not doing so, yesterday the 5 leaders made a press conference and condemned Mawan for Keeping quiet and taking the defensive approach over the party two defeats in the state election. By looking at the composition of SPDP 5, Mawan and the Iban leaders in the SPDP seem to be already lost command to the non-Iban leaders. If Mawan want to mentain SPDP as the Iban majority party he must expel the SPDP 5 members from the party!


Has  Mawan "Lost Command"  to SPDP 5 Who are Non-Iban ? ( Enteri is not Iban due to his conversion status)

A group of SPDP members, including the ‘Group of Five’ members, is concerned about the party’s future and the “deafening silence” of their party president after the April 16 polls.

They are concerned because in the 10th state election, SPDP lost two seats — Krian and Ba’ Kelalan.

The party’s number two Datuk Peter Nyarok Entrie lost in Krian while the other casualty was its candidate for Ba’ Kelalan who replaced the party’s secretary-general Nelson Balang Rining .

In a statement obtained by The Borneo Post yesterday, the group said they were puzzled by the continued silence of their leader because all other parties, including the opposition, had commented on their respective performances and some even laid bare their future plans.

“Almost six weeks have passed by since the April state election. All parties, Barisan National as well as the opposition, have commented on their victories and losses and their way forward, except SPDP.

“The silence is deafening,” they said. Ironically, the state assemblymen among the “rebel” group (SPDP 5) were re-elected with handsome winning margins. Members of the group are Marudi assemblyman Sylvester Entrie Muran, Datuk Peter Nansian Ngusie (Tasik Biru), Paulus Gumbang (Batu Danau) and Rosey Yunus (Bekenu).

The fifth member is Mas Gading MP Dr Tiki Lafe. Branded as SPDP’s “Group of Five” after they protested a decision made by the president in their last Triennial General Assembly (TGA), both camps patched up before the recent state election.

The group met in Kuching yesterday to review the performance of the party in the election and to share their postmortem findings. They also wanted to know the direction of the party and its preparations for the coming general election.

“For example, has the party election machinery been properly mobilised to ensure a clean sweep in the state election? Were the political secretaries, senator, Wanita, Puteri and Pemuda Wings mobilised in the last state election and for the coming parliamentary election?” the group asked.

But their key concern was on the loss of Ba Kelalan and Krian.

“In Ba Kelalan, the loss has been attributed to a new face, a novice. Such an explanation is acceptable. However, the same excuse would seem rather lame when applied to Krian, an SPDP stronghold in the Sarawak hinterland.

It is a safe seat held by a veteran, who is also the deputy president of SPDP, who lost miserably by over 2,000 votes to a PKR candidate,” it said.

The group also pointed to the SUPP leadership, which had expressed their willingness to take full responsibility for their humiliating losses and to chart a new course of action for the party, and compared it to the silence in their own party.

SPDP president Dato Sri William Mawan Ikom retained Pakan but his seat was also the only one in which the SNAP candidate did not lose his deposit.

SNAP contested in 26 seats but 25 of their candidates lost their deposits.

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James Masing Warns Ibrahim Ali Not To Anger the Dayak Christians Or Risk Losing His "Head"!

Kuching
Thursday, 26th May 2011


James Masing..Keep It Up. Let's "Pumpong Pala" Ibrahim Ali!

The real James Masing the Dayak Aspirant Leader During Ming Court Prevails By his stern Warning to Ibrahim Ali the Malay Extremist group President. Keep it up Masing. Duku Ilang is always greater than Keris!

Angry with Ibrahim Ali the PERKASA President For declaring "crusade war" against Christians, James Masing warned Ibrahim Ali to mind his language so as not to offend fellow Malaysians from other faiths especially the Christians.

Borneo Post reports James Masing described Datuk Ibrahim Ali’s call for Muslims to declare a “crusade against ungrateful Christians” as extreme :-

“Ibrahim Ali’s view is an extremist view by Perkasa. It is very unhealthy as it is against the Prime Minister’s 1Malaysia concept,” said Masing.
James Masing also warned Ibrahim Ali that his statement has angered the Iban which majority are christian.
“I must warn him that the Dayak community in Sarawak also has certain phrases such as ‘Pumpung pala’ (chopping the heads of the enemies) to use against someone they don’t like " said Masing, who is an anthropologist by training.
Iban is the majority group in Sarawak but despite being majority the Iban is the most less developed race in Malaysia. This is mainly due to Taib Mahmud  politic of discrimination against the Iban. Under the constitution the Iban being the native our interest should be protected by the King and should be given special   status as the Malay. But why now Iban is remained one of the less developed race in Malaysia. Despite that we never offend our fellow Malaysians. To Ibrahim Ali please stop you irresponsible act and help in building  this nation. Your rhetoric will not help this nation. By looking at your action lately under PERKASA you should be stripped-off your datukship. People like Lim Kit Siang, Karpal Singh and Lim Guan Eng is more fit to be bestowed with DATUK title if compare with you.
To Hishamuddin, if this one Ibrahim Ali is not charged for a crime that he committed, you risk losing this country and turn it into Pakistan or Afghanistan. But the choice is yours whether to keep this one person mouth  shut or risk losing this wonderful country to extremist like Ibrahim Ali.
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