Sunday, April 17, 2011

Unearthing the Truth About Chinese Girls Love Sex Why White Man go crazy Fucking Chinese Chicks

Unearthing the Truth About Chinese Girls Love Sex Why White Man go crazy Fucking Chinese Chicks


Unearthing the Truth About Chinese Girls Love Sex Why White Man go crazy Fucking Chinese Chicks

Posted: 17 Apr 2011 11:11 AM PDT

 Coming out of the closet is so last week. The new hot media trend is "outing" 5,000-year-old skeletons from the apparent sexual confusion of their caves. But does the story of the so-called "Gay Caveman" hold up?

I hunt (for the truth) and gather (gay-themed prehistoric puns) in this week's "That's Gay."
Hints of orgies, swinging and very graphic sex scenes drew scores of Hong Kong moviegoers to the opening of what is being billed as the world's first 3D porn film.
According to the AFP, the $3.2-million "3-D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy" opened to packed cinemas across Hong Kong on Thursday. Based on a classic Chinese erotic text, "The Carnal Prayer Mat," the steamy flick follows a young man as he befriends a duke and enters a world of sexual peccadilloes in the Ming dynasty, Reuters is reporting.
Professionals, retirees and students all queued outside cinemas in Causeway Bay, one of Hong Kong's busiest shopping districts, hoping to score a ticket. The crowd also comprised many women, who were not shy about their interest in the film.
"I'm not normally much of a movie-goer, but this one is just too good to miss," 32-year-old Justin Lai told AFP as she waited at a cinema in Causeway Bay, one of the city's busiest entertainment districts. "I'd like to see what 3D porn is like on the big screen." Added 21-year-old college student Yan Shek: "It is the first time to see an X-rated film in the cinema. It should be very interesting."
Concerns over the film's box office receipts were quickly dismissed Wednesday, when advance-booking websites in Hong Kong revealed several nearly sold-out weekend screenings, the Wall Street Journalreports. In addition, travel operators are organizing moviegoing excursions to Hong Kong and Taiwan for tourists from mainland China, where strict censorship rules will prevent any screening of the film.
Executive producer Stephen Shiu Jr. told the Hollywood Reporter that a sequel to the film, which has been rejected by IMAX, is expected to begin production later this year.
Watch a Reuters report on the new movie below:


Listen to the Chinese: An all-Bumiputra Government in Sarawak is what they want

Posted: 17 Apr 2011 10:37 AM PDT

Since the Sarawak state election results clearly indicate that an overwhelming majority of the Chinese do not want to be represented by the BN government, we should listen to their demand.

If they find the BN government reprehensible, then BN should not further insult the community by insisting that they be included in the Government.

BN must ensure that they get what is due to them as taxpayers but they just won't have a voice in the state cabinet, that is all - this way they will not, in any way, be complicit in any of the 'reprehensible' things they claim the BN Government is responsible for.

This should not be taken in any way as a reprimand to a chinese-dominated coalition member that failed to win seats, for whatever reason but as a sign that the message sent by the community has been received and understood.

I think that is one of the message that the Sarawak Chinese is trying to send to Pehin Seri Taib and the BN leadership. They would do well to listen to the Chinese this time around.


Sex video clip of a couple in Malaysia Flexisexuality, the latest buzz in town Myths About Single People and One-night stands

Posted: 17 Apr 2011 09:42 AM PDT

Katy Perry kissed a girl and she liked it. Britney Spears kissed Madonna and the whole world liked it. And when Natalie Portman threw herself upon Mila Kunis in that exceedingly passionate scene in the Oscar-nominated movie Black Swan, audiences pushed pause and gaped. These occurrences seem to have become fairly commonplace too, as a new term has been coined for women like them who have no qualms in indulging in some spirited lip-play (and more) with those of the same sex and yet, refuse to be tied down by their sexual preferences. Make way for the flexisexual woman!

The term flexisexuality has been coined for the burgeoning number of straight women who flirt with bisexuality, but refuse to be bound by it. These women can also be termed heteroflexible, pansexual or queer — all pointing to the fact that they are keeping their options open. "It is all thanks to pop-culture!" points out student Nayanika Bhatt, "If Katy Perry can kiss a girl and make a hit song out of it, then why can't the everyday-girl? I have girl pals who have kissed other girls just for the heck of it — they loved it too, no strangeness at all. And it was no big deal, they still have their boyfriends."

Flexisexual women constantly alter which gender they are more attracted to. "And a large part of this can be attributed to the fact that we women now have the money and confidence to handle the consequences if we decide to have a mindless romp with someone of the same sex," shrugs designer Deepika B, "While in the global context, women are doing it to explore their bodies, in India, when women display same-sex intimacy in public, it is merely to catch the attention of the men."d to do so and instead divorced him."


Selangor exco Elizabeth Wong's PA arrested by Miri Police

Posted: 17 Apr 2011 03:15 AM PDT

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rpk, haris ibrahim wrt MCLM -- close shop advice from Desi...

Posted: 17 Apr 2011 06:46 AM PDT

I just posted up a comment (first eh, do I get a prize?) at the article i sighted at malaysiansmustknowthetruth.blogspot.com:)

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Is MCLM an RPK Fan Club?



This is my response to the article below: I have in fact told the MCLM committee that I wish to resign as Chairman of the movement but they have asked me not to do this. If the committee would accept my resignation then I would be most prepared to go. I hope the MCLM committee will reconsider its decision and allow me to resign. I do not want to go just like that and be accused of abandoning the movement. -- Raja Petra Kamarudin


The Malaysian Insider


The MCLM (Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement) claims to be a movement whose mission it is to help bring about political, economic and social reform in Malaysia.

It seems committed to Malaysian opposition politics, considers itself a "father figure" to opposition political parties, and is of the view that the ruling Barisan Nasional is "beyond change and beyond redemption".

MCLM has, naturally, been wary of the mainstream media for its partiality towards the ruling regime.

Ironically, Raja Petra Kamaruddin (RPK), the movement's chairman, embraced the mainstream media as an outlet to air his views. He gave a one-hour long interview to TV3, a television station owned by Media Prima, an Umno-linked company.

In the segments of the interview that were aired on TV3, RPK made a number of remarks regarding the Altantuya Shariibu murder case. He also mentioned the names of people he claims are supposedly involved in exposing the wrongdoers, the opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim being one of them.

This interview is seen as have a negative impact on Anwar Ibrahim and to his opposition coalition, Pakatan Rakyat.

Pakatan Rakyat supporters have reacted with shock and have made the angry allegation that RPK has been bribed by the ruling coalition to allow his recorded words to be manipulated to damage the opposition movement.

It appears that RPK had granted TV3 this interview in his own personal capacity.

What is baffling however is that it was MCLM that came out vigorously to defend RPK.

It held a speedy press conference to debunk or expose what it claims is TV3's spin-doctoring of RPK's interview. Very subjective claims were made that RPK is unlikely to have been "coerced" into giving an interview since even Special Branch officers "couldn't break him".

Whether RPK had allowed himself to be spin-doctored in exchange for favours, whether his interview was an unintended mistake on his part, or whether it is a bit of both, cannot be determined conclusively at the moment. It is not the preoccupation of this letter.

What is positively clear and alarming is MCLM's curious action of speaking on behalf of RPK in a matter unrelated to MCLM core purpose.

Is MCLM really an independent and professional movement dedicated to its people-centric mission? Or is it a mouthpiece for and protector of RPK, roles nowhere mentioned in MCLM's charter?

Additional questions surface.

Did RPK conduct the TV3 interview in his capacity as MCLM chairman, which then might justify MCLM acting in his defence? But then again, is it part of MCLM's constitution that its chairperson give interviews about murder cases or indulge in other speculative scandals that could harm MCLM's image?

Conversely, if RPK's interview has nothing to do with MCLM, then why did the president of MCLM choose to defend RPK using MCLM as a vehicle for doing so instead of doing it purely in his personal capacity without involving MCLM?

This has confused the general public and MCLM supporters.

It has alarmed civil society NGOs that have backed MCLM.

It is now being asked whether MCLM is an organisation with a secondary, ulterior purpose of furthering the goals of a specific individual.

Neither does MCLM's official website help allay these doubts. Its main page prominently features photographs and videos of RPK. As perception is an important thing, why cannot MCLM design a less controversial front page? This is not to say it shouldn't feature anybody at all. But there is far less harm (and greater relevance) in displaying its potential election candidates, for example. Why the photo of its chairman, and a controversial chairman at that, as a fixture?

In my view, RPK's cavalier involvement with the underbelly of scandals and controversies is not fitting for a person who is supposed to conduct himself professionally as chairman of a civil liberties movement that is supposed to be taken seriously.

In addition to the foregoing, MCLM's peculiar move to come out in full force to defend what is the personal action of an individual unrelated to MCLM's core goals has damaged MCLM's reputation in the eyes of those it crucially seeks to woo and aid.

Having attempted to do damage control for an individual, it is the resulting damage to its reputation which MCLM must now seek to control.

First, therefore, to partially restore any lost confidence in MCLM, will RPK do the honourable thing, as Japanese prime ministers are accustomed to doing upon any whiff of dishonour or scandal, by resigning as chairman of MCLM for the sake of MCLM's future?

Or is RPK so dispensable to MCLM that he will continue, like the Chief Minister of Sarawak, as one of its top leaders even at the risk of continued erosion of confidence and support?

Is there no other Malaysian better suited to occupying MCLM's chairmanship?

Second, will MCLM clarify what exactly is its function? All the pro-people documents it has on its website do not seem to tell the full story given this episode. Is it an organisation dedicated to debunking media spin for individuals it considers special, or will MCLM adhere strictly to its People's Declaration and regard only the Malaysian people as special?

MCLM claims to hold Pakatan Rakyat to higher standards. RPK has spoken about Anwar Ibrahim being a liability to Pakatan Rakyat. Now that RPK is seen as a liability to MCLM, Will MCLM and RPK step up to the plate, walk their talk, come clean, do the right thing?

Given our lack of political organisations that inspire and have real integrity, we who hold high hopes for MCLM as a true standard-setter in opposition politics are not in the mood for another disappointment.

* Johnny B. Good reads The Malaysian Insider.
Posted by Malaysians Must Know the TRUTH

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********************* Desi's comment, with slight correction...my apologies to web admin of the site!)

"Well said, johnny B good. RPK was clearly seen preaching one which and doing quite the opposite, and this TV3 interview just confirmed several actions of his inconcsistent behaviour since late last year when I tried to "ngage" with him as fellow Bloggers, but instead of sticking to the issues I raised, he concocted allegations against me to put me into trouble with the law. Haris Ibrahim must also step down as MCLM President. Anyway, the issue of bpth cahirman and President resigning is "inconsequential" as far as I can see -- the new infant died soon after childbirth last October.

Just about six months old, it wants to be "father to opposition parties" as Haris defence of RPK's indefensible is like teaching the established parties , haris ibrahim and MCLM-- give up advice!like DAP,Pas, and even 12-year-old PKR, (CORRECTION of following phrase...--YL, Desi) how to suck eggs,No?"


Anwar ucapkan terima kasih dan syabas kerana keberanian serta pengorbanan yg dicurahkan

Posted: 17 Apr 2011 06:04 AM PDT

KENYATAAN MEDIA

Pilihanraya Negeri Sarawak 2011 membuktikan perjuangan menuntut Keadilan untuk semua tanpa mengira batas kaum mahupun kepercayaan bukanlah tugas mudah, namun ianya juga bukan mustahil. Walaupun tidak mengecapi keputusan yang diingini, kita berjaya menanam benih politik murni agar rakyat Sarawak meninggalkan politik perkauman sempit, berani melawan kezaliman yang sekian lama membelenggu dan berusaha memperkukuh amalan Demokratik.

Hakikat yang tidak dapat dinafikan sepanjang tempoh berkempen, berbekalkan sumber yang terhad serta berilitizam dengan kempen yang bersih, Pakatan Rakyat tetap berjaya menembusi kawasan pendalaman, yang sentiasa dianggap kubu kuat Barisan Nasional.

Sungguhpun demikian, sekali lagi kredibiliti dan integriti Suruhanjaya Pilihanraya tercalar kerana wujudnya laporan bahawa Suruhanjaya itu bertindak berat sebelah ataupun sengaja menutup mata terhadap sebarang penipuan ketika hari pengundian. Saya difahamkan petugas Parti Keadilan Rakyat dinafikan borang 14 di beberapa kawasan sedangkan borang ini penting untuk memastikan keputusan pilihanraya bersih dari penipuan. Selain itu terdapat juga laporan wujudnya usaha membeli undi di beberapa kawasan seperti Dudong, Bawang Assan dan Meradong. Selain itu keengganan SPR untuk mengira semula undi di kawasan Senadin ternyata mengukuhkan lagi dakwaan ramai bahawa Suruhanjaya Pilihanraya bertindak demi kepentingan Barisan Nasional. Calon Parti Keadilan Rakyat, Dr Michael tewas dengan majoriti yang tipis iaitu 58 undi sahaja. Mengapa enggan mengira semula tanpa memberi alasan yang munasabah?

Keputusan ini bukanlah satu pengakhiran, bahkan yakinlah ianya satu permulaan kepada satu tuntutan perubahan yang jitu dan menyeluruh. Pastinya ini tidak dapat dicapai sekiranya rakyat Sarawak tidak bersama sama memastikan ianya terlaksana. Saya menyeru kepada rakyat Sarawak yg mahukan Perubahan dan cintakan Keadilan, tingkatkan usaha, jangan sesekali berputus asa, terus mara dan pastikan regim yang korup ini tumbang pada pilihanraya yg akan datang. Kepada seluruh rakyat Sarawak dan jentera Pakatan Rakyat, saya ucapkan terima kasih dan syabas kerana keberanian serta pengorbanan yg dicurahkan. Dengan izin Allah, kemenangan pasti tiba.

ANWAR IBRAHIM


Celebrating a 'lost' victory

Posted: 17 Apr 2011 04:59 AM PDT


Congratulations to PM Najib, DPM Muhyiddin, CM Taib, BN party workers and all who helped Barisan Nasional win Sarawak 10th state election. I guess everybody wanted just a win, and that's exactly what we got.

Well, a win is still a win. Had we won just 36 out of the 71 seats, it is still a win. Many would say, no big deal!

BN won 55 from 63 in 2006, DAP 12 (6) while PKR 3 (1). By overall votes, BN got 372,379, DAP 134,847, PKR 117,100, Snap 15,663, PAS 9,719, PCM 2,895 and Independent 20,064 votes.

Looking at it, DAP secured one third of the overall votes. What does this mean? A simple truth - the Chinese is abandoning Barisan Nasional via its Chinese-based party SUPP. Not only in Sarawak, it really showed in the last 17 by-elections.

MCA should take a deeper look into this. Personally, I think the Chinese couldnt care less about who rules the Federal or State governments anymore. They already got almost everything like what their buddies in Singapore have.

They control the country's economic sector, trade and commerce. The only thing that evades them is political power. So, they see DAP as the best alternative to run down the BN government, hoping that one day they would be able to wrest power from the Malay-dominant BN and set up their own Chinese-controlled 'empire'.

I am not against SUPP and MCA but when SUPP president George Chan lost in Piasau, it triggered an alarm for a special post-mortem to be conducted. Are Chinese-based parties losing their grip on the voters? Why?

The number of votes for the Opposition have increased significantly. Never belittle PKR for winning only 3 unimportant seats (as described by some stupid pro-BN analysts). In 2006, they got only 1.

Despite mounting personal and political attacks on Anwar Ibrahim, his party managed to increase the number of representatives in the State Assembly and higher votes this time around. What does this imply? That PKR has no supporters in Sarawak?

What have we learnt from 2008 national poll? Remember the power tussle in Perak and how we lost Penang, Kedah and Selangor? Forget about Kelantan and its political motto - 'demo bui duik, kito ambek; maghi pilihanghayo, kito pakoh PAS'!

And how are we going to the next general election, which some say would be held later this year? Is there any comfort zone for BN to take back the States from Pakatan Rakyat?

Dont look down at the Oppostion onslaught. Similarly, we must not be eased at simple wins or a simple majority. What would happen in the next 10 or 15 years if we still harbor such a contentment? Do you think the Opposition will take a tumble?

I am not at ease. I dont know what Najib, Muhyiddin and other BN leaders feel. Lucky the MIC has no base in Sarawak.

So, are we celebrating?

The Opposition got reasons to...


Review: Indicine Live 3

Posted: 17 Apr 2011 03:40 AM PDT

(thoughts on Sarawak a little later perhaps – for now, well done to all those who gave it their all!)

I seldom tire of Malaysian comedy. I watched the first Indicine Live some time ago, and it was love at first sight.

Indicine Live 3 was pretty much up to par. As always, some skits/jokes were a little more miss than hit, but on the whole, there was absolutely no shortage of laughs, entertainment and that painful truth behind the things we find most funny.

I have noticed more and more that it's really difficult to get tickets to comedies as show times approach. Walk-in tickets appear to be a thing of the past (this piece comes a little late because shows were sold out all the way to the end anyway). While bad news for commitment-phobes like me, I think it reflects pretty well on this subset of the industry as a whole. I do wish they'd have longer runs and bigger spaces though (the actors however, did not seem to share my enthusiasm for the idea :)

Some of my favourite skits involved:

- There being so many by-elections that a PAS guy and a Puteri Umno from faraway states had time to fall in love

- Mat & Minah Rempit to the tunes of We Will Rock You

- Ghosts being barred from leaving hell on hungry ghost festival because of clashes with Ramadan

- Normal Muslims being subjected to being house guests of rabid Christians

- A human water cannon

- One helluva sexy mak nenek (these Indicent girls I tell you)

One of the funniest skits used one of the least original devices – literal translations from BM to English and vice versa :) It's really amazing how far you can stretch this without it *really* getting old.

The talent of a lot of the actors was a joy to watch, and on the whole the humour was sharp and well thought out, you could feel multiple minds at work adding and adding layer after layer to the jokes. The view of Malaysian realities was exaggerated enough to be great fun, but not so much as to be separate from things we can really see every day.

I think I'll leave it at that for now, until the next Indicine Live!


Pilihanraya Sarawak Tidak Meyakinkan Najib Untuk Memanggil Pilihanraya Umum

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 11:33 PM PDT

Walaupun BN tampaknya gembira dengan keputusan Sarawak, tapi ia masih belum mampu meyakinkan Dato Najib untuk membubar Parlimen.

Pada hemat Tulang Besi, ia berdasarkan beberapa faktor:

1.0 Pengundi Melayu/Melanau memberi sokongan solid kepada PBB atas dasar tidak mahu negeri Sarawak diperintah oleh Ketua Menteri bukan ISlam. Walaupun terdapat ramai pengundi Sarawak yang meluat dengan Pak Taib, namun mereka tidak sanggup mengambil risiko tersebut. NAMUN, pada pilihanraya Parlimen, faktor ini tidak releven lagi. Tulang Besi menganggarkan satu atau dua kerusi Parlimen majoriti Melanau dan Malayu akan terlepas kepada PKR terutama di kawasan bandar.

2.0 Kerusi2 Parlimen Bandar juga akan pergi kepada Pakatan Rakyat menjadikan "fixed deposit" Sarawak semakin surut untuk BN. Semua kerusi Parlimen SUPP pasti dalam bahaya sekarang ini.

3.0 Pak Taib masih menduduki kerusi Ketua Menteri. Belum sempat hari bertukar pada hari baru, beliau telah mengangkat sumpah sebagai Ketua Menteri. Walaupun beliau berjanji untuk berundur, namun kita mesti ingat beliau telah berjanji semenjak 1995 lagi. Dengan mandat baru yang beliau dapat ini, apa lagi alasan yang Najib boleh gunakan untuk memaksa beliau turun takhta.

4.0 Rata-rata terdapat peningkatan undi dari kaum Iban dan kaum lain kepada PKr dan Pakatan Rakyat. Kesedaran ini akan lebih berkembang selepas ini bukannya menurun. Kaum-kaum lain di Sarawak hanya akan menjadi lebih kuat menyokong pembangkang berbanding sekarang.

5.0 Najib dan BN telah berjanji langit dan bumi di Sarawak sepanjang pilihanraya kecil ini. Kalau diadakan pilihanraya umum sebegitu cepat, janji2 tersebut masih segar bugar di dalam minda rakyat Sarawak menjadikan sukar mereka meyakinkan rakyat Sarawak untuk mengundi mereka di Parlimen.

Inshaalah, keputusan Sarawak yang terbaru ini menjamin pilihanraya umum tidak akan diadakan dalam masa yang terdekat. Sekurang-kurangnya Najib mesti pastikan Pak Taib turun takhta.

Tetapi dgn mandat 2/3 ini saya tak nampak alasan apa untuk Pak Taib untuk turun takhta?

Tulang Besi


The Penans In Sarawak Couldn’t Even Afford ID Cards

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 10:17 PM PDT

From Malysiakini's Columnist Josh Hong
 
(JOSH HONG studied politics at London Metropolitan University and the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. A keen watcher of domestic and international politics, he longs for a day when Malaysians will learn and master the art of self-mockery, and enjoy life to the full in spite of politicians)
 
In any democracy, the fact that thousands of people are denied a national identity card and hence be unable to vote in an election will be nothing but a gross violation of human rights.

Not so in Malaysia, a developed nation wannabe.

NONEIn Sarawak, the Penans have been facing practically insurmountable hurdles in getting a Malaysian ID card. To apply for one can cost one as much as RM300 – a hefty sum for the poverty-stricken indigenous people – and the money only ends up in the deep pocket of the corrupt official who will in turn do nothing about the issue.

I am not talking about migrant communities in the peninsula or the street children in Sabah, whose identity cannot be easily verified without a tumultuous process. The Penans are native to the Land of the Hornbills and have been living there for centuries, long before the Brookes set foot on the soil and the politicians who are now engaged in the fiercest state election ever.

One Penan man interviewed by Survival International – a non-governmental organisation working for tribal rights worldwide – expressed deep sorrow that it had always been a futile attempt to apply for a Malaysian ID card, and he had no clue why this was so. His plight reminds me of the Rohingya who are persistently denied citizenship by the military junta in Burma.

The Malaysian government may rebut the allegation by accusing Survival International of being a stooge of a 'western conspiracy', and explain that logistical complications often make it a daunting task to penetrate the interiors in the vastest state.

However, one must not forget Malaysia has been able to build the tallest and the longest structures that make the eyes of many developing countries green with envy, even having sent an astronaut into space, courtesy of Russia.

Furthermore, come election, Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu and its free-rider the Sarawak United People's Party suddenly find the magical tools to take them to even the innermost areas to dish out goodies and cash while fishing for vote.

Logistics obviously is not an issue, and the widespread deprivation of Malaysian ID to the Penans only proves one thing: these people are least likely to vote for Barisan Nasional given that their land has been taken away to build the gigantic Bakun dam and to make way for other 'development'.

Carrot-and-stick approach


BN has been able to maintain its rule for this long thanks to its carrot-and-stick approach that has worked time and time again. As of today, 20,000 or more Indians who were born in Malaysia to Malaysian parents are still denied citizenship, as highlighted by a good many Indian NGOs over the years. This is a well-known reality within the Indian community and one reason that turned Indian voters against BN in the last general election.

Still, all that the MIC can own up to is that 'at least 4,000 Indians' are made stateless due to the lack of a legal document in Malaysia. Human Resources Minister Dr S Subramaniam has been avoiding the tricky issue for as long as he can, but he knows full well he cannot dodge it forever.

BN has therefore been putting on cosmetic changes in the hope of arresting the declining support among the Indians. Based on the results of the several 'buy-elections' recently, I am surprised this tactic has again been effective!

Meanwhile, Umno in the 1990s was generous enough to hand out ID cards to migrants of Muslim origin under a programme called Project M in Sabah.

The objective was to increase the Muslim population in the multi-racial, multi-religious state with a view to altering the demographic pattern there to make it more favourable to the ruling government in light of the then hugely influential Parti Bersatu Sabah, largely made up of Christian Kadazandusun members.

Through this electoral engineering, Dr Mahathir Mohamad together with – ironically – Anwar Ibrahim – was incredulously successful in introducing the racist politics of the peninsula to Sabah, and the Sabahans still suffer from the consequences from the plot.

Let me make it clear: unlike other non-Muslims, I have no problem if Malaysia continues to extend citizenship to Muslims from other parts of the world. But the government must ensure its nationality policy is implemented regardless of religion and ethnicity, rather than being exploited as a mechanism for political gains.

Absence of transparency

What I am deadly against is the absence of transparency in a process that is imbued with irregularities and injustices which has been victimising the non-Muslims, especially the indigenous peoples and the Indians in Sabah, Sarawak and the peninsula. If Umno and its cohorts are so desirous of being perceived as upright, they must do their utmost to prove that this is the case. Playing ethnic/ religious communities against each other can never be just and religious.

Abdul Taib Mahmud, Mahathir Mohamad and Najib Abdul Razak have indeed their shares of achievements and failures, but their adherence to racist politics and refusal to tackle corruption root-and-branch will eventually bring the country down with their decadent regimes. One may thank them for the bowl of rice that they have 'provided', but let's not forget millions of people have become worse off or even marginalised consequent to their unjust rule.
For this alone, I cannot but again call on the people of Sarawak to send out a strong and clear message by voting against BN so that we may begin to see the ray of hope for national reconciliation. However dim the ray may be, it is still brighter than the bottomless darkness that we now find ourselves in.


SEXYLady Gaga SEXYWAYS: ‘Judas’ Leaks Path to peace

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 10:20 PM PDT

Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta (born March 28, 1986 in Yonkers, New York, United
States), who performs under the stage name Lady Gaga, is an American singer, songwriter and musician. She began her career as a songwriter for established artists, including Fergie, Pussycat Dolls, Britney Spears and New Kids on the Block, as well as American singer and producer Akon. After Akon recognized that Gaga also had vocal talent, he signed her to a joint deal with his own label, Kon Live Distribution, and then she started to work on her own new material for her debut album.Gaga released her debut album The Fame in 2008, which she explained was "about how anyone can feel famous". To date, the album has spawned the international number one hit singles "Just Dance" (nominated for Best Dance Recording at the 51st Grammy Awards) and "Poker Face". Gaga has been influenced by glam rockers such

Here is Lady Gaga at JFK Airport on Monday evening wearing her typical "fashion icon" nonsense. Her outfits have really gone to hell since designer Alexander McQueen "took cocktail of drugs" and hung himself in February. Like the meat dress she wore to the VMA's. His stuff was at least unique and clever. Her new clothes are just dumb and even more skanky than ever. She is actually getting ready to get on a plane in nothing but her underwear… bra and panties and not much else. If average chicks walked around the airport like that, they'd probably be arrested and thrown in a mad house… but not Lady Gaga. She look like a total fucking idiot as strolling though the airport in her undies and those ridiculous shoes. What a classy chick…but she really need to put on clothes. And I will be honest, if she was actually attractive I would not mind this public exposure but she is not so get the fire and pitchforks and lets deal with this bitch. Click on pictures to enlarge.

You can't say Lady Gaga isn't provocative.

"Judas," the latest single from Grammy-winner and fashion icon has leaked onto the internet early, adding to the already heated debate about the song, and accompanying video's, alleged sacrilege.

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The song and video are told from Mary Magdelene's perspective, with lyrics such as, "When he comes to me, I am ready/ I'll wash his feet with my hair if he needs/ Forgive him when his tongue lies through his brain/ Even after three times, he betrays me/ I'll bring him down, a king with no crown…"readmore   SEXYLady Gaga SEXYWAYS: 'Judas' Leaks Path to peace




Wind of Change Thwarted by Money Politics, Fear, And Dependency In Sarawak

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 09:05 PM PDT

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Malaysiakini Analysis : What is apparent from the just-concluded Sarawak election is that money talks and voters are still easily swayed by short-term gains and quick fixes, opined political analysts.

Barisan Nasional has kept its two-thirds majority in the Sarawak state assembly, bagging 55 out of 71 constituencies, with DAP coming in second with 12, PKR with three seats and one secured by an Independent candidate.

The winds of change which were expected to blow through Sarawak, however forceful, were thwarted as fear and financial dependance on the government still play a role.

Sarawak – the country's largest and most resource-rich state but which remains severely impoverished – is considered the ruling coalition's 'fixed deposit' but is nevertheless showing a strong resistance as the opposition had doubled its representation this time around.

Following are excepts of comments from analysts, several of whom had ventured to the ground during the 10-day campaign period:-

Mohd Faizal Syam Abdol Hazis, head of political studies, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas)

In the rural areas the opposition is not just contesting against the state but also the federal machinery. If you talk to the ordinary people, there is obvious general discontent against BN but these sentiments are not really reflected in the results.

azlanFor the Malay-Melanau community especially, politics of patronage still plays a major role. We expect this from civil servants and maybe the business community but the ordinary Malays are also cautious as they don't want their children and future to be victimised.

The possibility of the opposition to win more than what they have is still there (in future), if there was a level playing field in terms of access to the media and contests between parties.

Despite being unhappy and marginalised, and despite promises of development not trickling down in rural areas as promised, they are not willing to take the risk and they are very much dependent on BN.

The access to alternative information is not there and I would say that there is still fear, real or perceived.

Another obvious instrument of control is government agencies, especially the Community Development Department (Kemas) which is very influential in rural areas. Their eyes would know who supports BN and who votes for the opposition.

The Malays are scared that a non-Malay might take over the state and their position would be threatened.

Overall, what we describe as the 'politics of Panadol' is still prevalent here. People are relieved of their pain and suffering with RM20 or RM30 and a tangki air (water tank), and then they are willing to bear the pain for the next five years.

PAS is making inroads as they had clearly managed to reduce BN's majority… there was even a longhouse where PAS had captured the residents' support.

James Chin, political analyst, School of Arts and Social Sciences at Monash University

The results are not a surprise given that rural seats are going to decide the outcome. Barisan is strongest in rural areas.

These are places where money politics plays a big role. Even in urban areas voters were being paid RM300 per vote.

In rural Iban and Dayak areas it is not unexpected, given that they depend on BN for their livelihood.

SUPP president George Chan's loss was expected because of two reason. Firstly it is his strong anti-Foo Chow sentiments. The Chinese tycoons (from the clan who dominant Piasau) played their cards well to ensure he lost.

Chan took the fall also because he is seen as a close allay of (Chief Minister) Abdul Taib Mahmud.

Chan Eng Seng, veteran journalist and Miri-based researcher

The infighting in SUPP since the last state election had weakened the party, thus causing the losses for the party.

Even DAP could defeat George Chan in Piasau, although DAP does not have a strong base in Miri. The future of SUPP most possibly will be like what had hit Gerakan after the March 3, 2008 general election.

Although there are some SUPP candidates who were elected today, they cannot guarantee the future of the party. SUPP is totally gone.


DAP victory celebration in Kuching

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 09:26 PM PDT

The Kuching South City Council (MBKS) erupts in jubilation when the candidates for Pending, Batu Lintang and Padungan were announced as victors. About 400 people, waving flags and mostly donning red, boisterously chant "Ubah" and "Vote DAP" while reaching over a metal barrier to 'high five' the three candidates. Fanning the euphoria is endless gusts of wind that lead many reporters to remark that the "winds of change" is blowing. After the DAP candidates and party leaders leave the venue the crowds disperse. Some regroup in front of the DAP headquarters nearby, where they are addressed by DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng. "This is a very, very historical day for Sarawak," he says Full Story: www.malaysiakini.com
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Update from Sarawak

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 09:43 PM PDT

As the results flowed in and it became clear that the chinese community is Sarawak has turned their backs on Barisan Nasional, the state's seasoned and perceptive Chief Minister, Pehin Seri Abdul Taib Mahmud asked a very important question: What is the message that the chinese in Sarawak trying to send?

The question is likely rhetorical but those combination of words should unlock some cobwebbed minds and make them think about the state of interracial respect and race relations in Malaysia in general.

It is important for me to try and describe the state of the Sarawak Chinese: They are clearly at the top of the economic chain and they have more absolute control over the wealth in the state compared to Peninsula Chinese who have to compete with the Malays, however handicapped Malay enterprises may be.

Everywhere in Sarawak it is obvious that Taib has never encroached on the vast economic advantage that the Chinese gained during the rule of the White Rajah. In fact affirmative action seem to have taken on a milder form, concentrated in the fields of small businesses and the Public sector.

There are now several large bumiputra companies in Sarawak but their numbers are limited compared to the variety of Malay companies in semenanjung.

It is also important to remember that when Taib became chief minister 30 years ago, thr bumiputra economy was almost entirely subsistence, capitalism and business enterprise is restricted exclusively to the Chinese as a result of British divide and rule policy.

And yet, after 30 years of uninterrupted progress during which time the Chinese in Sarawak became richer and more comfortable, they have somehow found grouse with Taib who has been gentle with Foochow smuggling and logging and has never hindered Kuching Hakka and those in other major townships from growing their business and prospering beyond their ancestor's dreams in the land of the Melanau, Iban and Dayak.

The only message I can think of is that they want even more than what they have..


Delusional On All Sides

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 09:18 PM PDT

Delusion is a dangerous thing. Too many people suffer from it, especially politicians.

Take this article from a prominent politician's site, for example:

Barisan Nasional diramal tumbang di Sarawak dengan hanya memenangi 21 daripada 71 kerusi yang dipertandingkan pada pilihan raya negeri itu, 16 April ini.

Malah, Ketua Menteri, Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud juga diramalkan kalah di kerusi yang dipertahankannya di DUN Balingian.

For those unfamiliar with the Malay language, the gist of it is that the Opposition (namely PKR/Keadilan) were expecting the ruling coalition, BN, to win only 21 of the 71 seats, and predicting that the Chief Minister would lose his seat.

It didn't happen. BN won 55 of the 71 seats and the Chief Minister retained his seat.

A lot of people are angry with the Sarawakians. Judging by the level of contempt on Facebook and around the blogs, it is not a good time to be Sarawakian right now.

"You deserve exactly what you get!" has become the common refrain.

But let's look deeper at the situation. PKR were expecting to win far more seats than they actually did. But they only clinched 3!! It makes you wonder - why did that happen?

I think one answer comes from the leadership style and common practice in selecting candidates.

PKR's stars like Baru Bian in Ba'kelalan and Nicholas Bawin in Batang Ai are strong leaders in their own right. They are credible Dayak leaders from earlier parties like SNAP and PBDS.

PKR only gave them the platform to contest after SNAP and PBDS were "deregistered" by the BN-controlled Registrar of Societies.

When it comes to Sarawak (or East Malaysia for that matter), who would know the people, issues and political climate better than the East Malaysians themselves?

But these credible East Malaysian leaders are being sidelined by shoddy West Malaysian candidates, and PKR expects the voters to accept them with open arms just because they are the Opposition!

What rubbish!

Have they gone down to ground level (and I'm talking about long before the state elections) to gauge what the real issues of the voters are? Do they understand the mind of the East Malaysian?


The question is: DO THEY GENUINELY CARE?

Of course, I concede that a lot of rural East Malaysians are also simple-minded (read: stupid). All that is necessary is a few ringgit, a bicycle, some rice - and the vote belongs to the giver of those gifts.

Maybe the Bible is right after all: "It is more blessed to give than to receive. [Acts 20:35]"

OK, I will stop being sarcastic. I'm fairly certain BN did not give those gifts without expecting something in return.

DAP on the other hand, contested 15 seats in mostly urban areas and managed to win 12 of them. I thought they performed well, but a reader said, "I don't think so, chinese win in chinese majority area.This party needs to work harder to become a true multiracial party. To me, dap will always be a sinocentric party."

Yes, those seats that DAP won in the urban areas were highly Chinese-dominated constituencies. So DAP will also have to work not just on their image, but on the issues they take up - being sincere and genuine to all races, for the well-being, not to gain votes.

I do make an exception for Alice Lau of DAP though. She worked the ground long before the elections and it was a great disappointment to be defeated by postal votes and money politics in Bawang Assan.

It's not too late. We will still have the next General Elections, and this may be even more exciting than the last one.

Pakatan Rakyat are aware that they are not merely up against BN. They are also up against Maybank, Utusan Melayu, New Straits Times, The Star, Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM), Election Commission, Pos Malaysia, AirAsia, the Immigration department etc.

BN would be severely delusional to think that this win is a reflection of their popularity in Sarawak.

I wonder if beyond all that trash-talking about how well-liked they are, they know what people really think of them.

Especially the Chief Minister, aptly named Raja Berooke (beruk means ape) by some quarters. His simple-mindedness could confound even the primates in the jungles of Sarawak.

Word is, he has promptly appointed himself back on the throne, to the dismay of the PM, Najib Razak.

Now, that is a special level of delusion.


Sarawak State Election 2011 Full Result

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 07:27 PM PDT


Sarawak State Election 2011 Statistic Chart









Biggest Majority (N.45, Bkt Asek) = 8,827 votes

Least Majority (N.65, Senadin) = 58 votes

Candidates lost deposit = 71 candidates


Election Result (Adopted from Malaysia Kini)

N01: OPAR: SARAWAK: 8,099

1. Stephen ak Sagir (SNAP).....................674
2. Joseph Jindy ak Peter Rosen (Bebas).........475
3. Boniface Willy ak Tumek (PKR).............1,354
4. RANUM AK MINA (BN-SUPP)...................3,360

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...................5,931
Peratus/Percentage...........................73.47%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.........................68
Majoriti/Majority............................2,006

Penyandang: Ranum ak Mina (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 3,585
Majoriti: 2,183

N02: TASIK BIRU: SARAWAK: 15,100

1. DATUK PETER NANSIAN AK NGUSIE (BN-SPDP)........5,829
2. Frankie Jurem ak Nyombui (SNAP)..................825
3. John Tenewi Nuek (PKR).........................3,757

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................10,531
Peratus/Percentage................................69.91%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................120
Majoriti/Majority.................................2,072

Penyandang: Peter Nansian ak Ngusie (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,393
Majoriti: 3,203

N03: TANJONG DATU: SARAWAK: 7,936

1. TAN SRI ADENAN SATEM (BN-PBB).................4,218
2. Gilbert Asson ak Kulong (Bebas).................215
3. Nani Sahari (PAS).................................1,002

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,497
Peratus/Percentage...............................69.52%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................62
Majoriti/Majority................................3,216



Penyandang: Tan Sri Adenan Satem (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,545
Majoriti: 4,136

N04: PANTAI DAMAI: SARAWAK: 14,104

1. Suhaini Selamat (Bebas).........................111
2. DR ABDUL RAHMAN JUNAIDI (BN-PBB)..............7,425
3. Wan Zainal Abidin Wan Senusi (PKR)............2,354

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................9,995
Peratus/Percentage...............................71.17%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................105
Majoriti/Majority................................5,071

Penyandang: Dr Abdul Rahman Junaidi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,217
Majoriti: 2,164

N05: DEMAK LAUT: SARAWAK: 10,437
1. DR HAZLAND ABANG HIPNI (BN-PBB).........5,522
2. Ali Hossen bin Abang (PKR)....................1,770

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast....................7,390
Peratus/Percentage...............................70.93%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................98
Majoriti/Majority................................3,752

Penyandang: Dr Abang Draup Zamahari Abang Haji Zen (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,094
Majoriti: 3,605

N06: TUPONG: SARAWAK: 17,796

1. DATUK DAUD ABDUL RAHMAN (BN-PBB).........8,304
2. Baharuddin @ Din Shah Mokhsen (PKR)........3,753

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.....................12,192
Peratus/Percentage................................68.51%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes...........................135
Majoriti/Majority.................................4,551

Penyandang: Datuk Daud Abdul Rahman (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,885
Majoriti: 4,572

N07: SAMARIANG: SARAWAK: 15,942

1. SHARIFAH HASIDAH SAYEED AMAN GHAZALI (BN-PBB)......8,008
2. Zulrusdi Mohamad Hol (PKR).........................2,577

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...........................10,729
Peratus/Percentage....................................67.55%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.................................144
Majoriti/Majority.....................................5,431

Penyandang: Sharifah Hasidah Sayeed Aman Ghazali (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,365
Majoriti: 2,488

N08: SATOK: SARAWAK: 10,431

1. DATUK AMAR ABANG JOHARI TUN ABANG OPENG (BN-PBB)...4,691
2. Ahmad Nazib Johari (PKR)...........................1,891

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast............................6,661
Peratus/Percentage....................................64.39%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..................................79
Majoriti/Majority.....................................2,800

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Abang Openg (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,222
Majoriti/Majority: 2,798

Penyandang: Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Abang Openg (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,222
Majoriti: 2,798

N09: PADUNGAN: SARAWAK: 23,576

1. Dominique Ng Kim Ho (Bebas)......................439
2. WONG KING WEI (DAP)...........................11,957
3. Sim Kiang Chiok (BN-SUPP)......................4,073

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................16,538
Peratus/Percentage................................70.23%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..............................69
Majoriti/Majority.................................7,884

Penyandang: Dominique Ng Kim Ho (PKR)
Undi diperolehi: 8,002
Majoriti: 1,417

N010: PENDING: SARAWAK: 29,488

1. Prof Dr Sim Kui Hian (BN-SUPP).................6,780
2. VIOLET YONG (DAP).............................14,375

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................21,274
Peratus/Percentage................................72.27%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................119
Majoriti/Majority.................................7,595

Penyandang: Violet Yong (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 11,632
Majoriti: 4,372

N011: BATU LINTANG: SARAWAK: 27,833

1. Sih Hua Tong (BN-SUPP).....................4,854
2. SEE CHEE HOW (PKR)......................13,235
3. Soo Lina (Bebas)..............................290

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast................18,440
Peratus/Percentage...........................66.38%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.......................61
Majoriti/Majority.............................8,381

Penyandang: Voon Lee Shan (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 8,806
Majoriti: 3,407

N012: KOTA SENTOSA: SARAWAK: 27,301

1. CHONG CHIENG JEN (DAP)......................12,594
2. Datuk Alfred Yap Chin Loi (BN-SUPP)...........7,770

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast....................20,559
Peratus/Percentage................................75.41%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................195
Majoriti/Majority.................................4,824

Penyandang: Chong Chieng Jen (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,579
Majoriti: 531

N013: BATU KAWAH: SARAWAK: 20,664

1. CHRISTINA CHEW WANG SEE (DAP)..................7,439
2. Tan Joo Phoi (BN-SUPP).........................6,896

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................14,519
Peratus/Percentage................................70.68%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................184
Majoriti/Majority...................................543


Penyandang: Tan Joo Phoi (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,755
Majoriti: 4,180

N014: ASAJAYA: SARAWAK: 13,799

1. ABD KARIM RAHMAN HAMZAH (BN-PBB)...............7,597
2. Arip Ameran (PKR)..............................3,108

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................10,853
Peratus/Percentage................................78.85%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................148
Majoriti/Majority.................................4,489

Penyandang: Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,949
Majoriti: 5,063

N015: MUARA TUANG: SARAWAK: 18,820

. DATUK SERI MOHAMAD ALI MAHMUD (BN-PBB)..11,039
2. Noraini Hamzah (PAS)...........................3,196

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.....................14,534
Peratus/Percentage.............................77.42%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.........................299
Majoriti/Majority...............................7,843

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Seri Haji Mohammad Ali Mahmud (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehil: 7,863
Majoriti: 6,327

N016: BENGOH: SARAWAK: 21,955

1. Willie ak Mongin (PKR)
2. Wejok ak Tomik (Bebas)
3. Richard @ Peter ak Margaret (SNAP)
4. Dr Jerip ak Susil (BN-SUPP)

Penyandang: Dr Jerip ak Susil (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 7,540
Majoriti: 3,988

N017: TARAT: SARAWAK: 16,352
1. Ateng ak Jeros (SNAP)............................567
2. ROLAND SAGEH WEE INN (BN-PBB)............6,287
3. Peter Ato ak Mayau (PKR).......................4,292

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast..................11,355
Peratus/Percentage.............................69.61%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.........................209
Majoriti/Majority................................1,995

Penyandang: Roland Sageh (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,854
Majoriti: 3,256

N018: TEBEDU: SARAWAK: 12,497

1. Kipli bin Ale (Bebas)...........................260
2. DATUK SERI MICHAEL MANYIN AK JAWONG (BN-PBB)..6,196
3. Christopher ak Kiyui (PKR)................2,130
4. Anthony ak Nais (SNAP)...................468

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast................9,203
Peratus/Percentage..........................73.77%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes......................149
Majoriti/Majority.............................4,066

Penyandang: Datuk Michael Manyin ak Jawong (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,107
Majoriti: 4,256

N019: KEDUP: SARAWAK: 17,466

1. Lainus ak Andrew Luwak (PKR)...................4,211
2. MACLAINE BEN @ MARTIN BEN (BN-PBB).............6,476
3. Amin ak Banti (Bebas)............................397
4. Belayong ak Jayang (SNAP)........................666

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................11,915
Peratus/Percentage................................69.44%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................165
Majoriti/Majority.................................2,265

Penyandang: Frederick Bayoi ak Manggie (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,635
Majoriti: 1,981

N020: SADONG JAYA: SARAWAK: 7,656

1. AIDEL LARIWOO (BN-PBB)........................4,008
2. Mahayudin Wahab (Bebas).........................402
3. Abang Eddy Allyanny Abang Fauzi (PAS).........1,074

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,573
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.00%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................89
Majoriti/Majority................................2,934

Penyandang: Datuk Wan Abdul Wahab Wan Sanusi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 2,715
Majoriti: 858

N021: SIMUNJAN: SARAWAK: 10,104

1. MOHD NARODEN MAJAIS (BN-PBB)..................5,465
2. Mashor Hussen (PKR)...........................1,417
3. Zaini bin Le' (Bebas)...........................179
4. Mac Palima ak Nyambil (PCM).....................237

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,383
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.29%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................85
Majoriti/Majority................................4,048

Penyandang: Mohd Naroden Majais (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,786
Majoriti: 3,350

N022: SEBUYAU: SARAWAK: 8,042

1. Ali bin Semsu (Bebas)..........................67
2. Adam Ahid (PAS)...............................1,769
3. JULAIHI NARAWI (BN-PBB).......................4,045

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,968
Peratus/Percentage...............................74.35%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................87
Majoriti/Majority................................2,276



Penyandang: Julaihi Narawi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,748
Majoriti: 2,448

N023: LINGGA: SARAWAK: 7,745

1. SIMOI PERI (BN-PBB)...........................3,652
2. Abang Ahmad Arabi Abang Bolhassan (PKR).......1,146
3. Abang Othman Abang Gom (SNAP)...................359

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,240
Peratus/Percentage...............................67.66%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................83
Majoriti/Majority................................2,506

Penyandang: Simoi Peri (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,245
Majoriti: 1,870

N024: BETING MARO: SARAWAK: 7,868

1. RAZAILI GAPOR (BN-PBB)........................3,069
2. Abang Ahmad Kerdee Abang Masagus (PAS)........2,678

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,808
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.82%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................61
Majoriti/Majority..................................391

Penyandang: Bolhassan Di @ Ahmad Di (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 2,796
Majoriti: 895

N025: BALAI RINGIN: SARAWAK: 8,798

1. Ibi ak Uding (PKR)............................1,260
2. SNOWDAN LAWAN (BN-PRS)........................4,145
3. Dan ak Giang (SNAP).............................765
4. Lipeh ak Mawi (PCM).............................126
5. Cobbold ak Lusoi (Bebas).........................85
6. Sujal ak Gansi (Bebas)...........................32

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,523
Peratus/Percentage...............................74.38%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................110
Majoriti/Majority................................2,885

Penyandang: Snowdan ak Donald Lawan (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 3,075
Majoriti: 1,516

N026: BUKIT BEGUNAN: SARAWAK: 7,778

1. MONG AK DAGANG (BN-PRS)..................3,671
2. Lias ak Julai (Bebas)...........................188
3. Jimmy Lim @ Jimmy Donald (PKR)............898
4. Ivanhoe Anthony ak Belon (SNAP)...............638

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.....................5,451
Peratus/Percentage...............................70.35%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................56
Majoriti/Majority................................2,773

Penyandang: Mong ak Dagang (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 3,083
Majoriti: 1,007

N027: SIMANGGANG: SARAWAK: 10,488

1. Leon Jimat Donald (DAP).......................2,311
2. DATUK FRANCIS HARDEN AK HOLLIS (BN-SUPP)......4,758

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,136
Peratus/Percentage...............................68.37%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................67
Majoriti/Majority................................2,447

Penyandang: Datuk Francis Harden ak Hollis (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 5,144
Majoriti: 4,258

N028: ENGKELILI: SARAWAK: 9,444

1. DR JOHNICHAL RAYONG AK NGIPA (BN-SUPP)...4,928
2. Jimmy Simon Maja (Bebas)......................414
3. Semijie ak Janting (SNAP).......................393
4. Marudi @ Barudi ak Mawang (PKR)............1,121

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast....................6,926
Peratus/Percentage..............................73.34%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes...........................70
Majoriti/Majority...............................3,807

Penyandang: Dr Johnical Rayong ak Ngipa (SNAP)
Undi diperolehi: 3,442
Majoriti: 426

N029: BATANG AI: SARAWAK: 8,728

1. Nicholas Bawin ak Anggat (PKR)................1,719
2. MALCOM MUSSEN AK LAMOH (BN-PRS)........4,460

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast....................6,262
Peratus/Percentage..............................71.96%

Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..........................83
Majoriti/Majority................................2,741

Penyandang: Malcom Mussen ak Lamoh (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 3,907
Majoriti: 1,854

N030: SARIBAS: SARAWAK: 8,054

1. RICKY @ MOHAMMAD RAZI SITAM (BN-PBB)....3,865
2. Abang Zulkifli Abang Engkeh (PKR).............2,137

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast......................6,078
Peratus/Percentage...............................75.83%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................76
Majoriti/Majority................................1,728

Penyandang: Dr Wahbi Junaidi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 2,441
Majoriti: 94

N031: LAYAR: SARAWAK: 8,109

1. Joe ak Unggang (SNAP)...........................183
2. Stanny Embat Dharoh ak Laja (PKR).............1,787
3. Ngumbang @ Kibak ak Datu (Bebas)................170
4. TAN SRI DR ALFRED JABU AK NUMPANG (BN-PBB)....3,703

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,934
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.71%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................91
Majoriti/Majority................................1,916

Penyandang: Tan Sri Dr Alfred Jabu ak Numpang (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,767
Majoriti: 2,677

N032: BUKIT SABAN: SARAWAK: 7,657

1. Dayrell Walter Entrie (SNAP)....................641
2. Jerah ak Engkiong @ Edward Jerah (PKR)...1,125
3. ROBERT LAWSON CHUAT (BN-PBB)...........3,899

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast....................5,743
Peratus/Percentage..............................75.24%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................78
Majoriti/Majority................................2,774

Penyandang: Robert Lawson Chuat (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,258
Majoriti: 1,878

N033: KALAKA: SARAWAK: 14,167

1. Ismail bin Hussain (Bebas)...................1,665
2. ABDUL WAHAB AZIZ (BN-PBB)..............6,835
3. Mohd Yahya Abdullah (PKR)...............1,511

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.................10,131
Peratus/Percentage............................72.01%

Undi rosak/Spoilt votes........................120
Majoriti/Majority...............................5,170

Penyandang: Abdul Wahab Aziz (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 7,396
Majoriti: 5,929

034: KRIAN: SARAWAK: 11,016

1. Liman ak Sujang (SNAP)..........................216
2. Datuk Peter Nyarok ak Entrie (BN-SPDP)........3,088
3. Banyi ak Beriak (Bebas).........................125
4. ALI AK BIJU (PKR).............................5,178

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................8,674
Peratus/Percentage...............................78.87%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................67
Majoriti/Majority................................2,090

Penyandang: Datuk Peter Nyarok ak Entrie (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 4,784
Majoriti: 2,089

N035: BELAWAI: SARAWAK: 8,623

1. Abdul Wahab Abdullah (PKR)......................618
2. Kiprawi bin Suhaili (Bebas).....................133
3. DATUK TALIF @ LEN SALLEH (BN-PBB)........5,164

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,006
Peratus/Percentage...............................70.15%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................91
Majoriti/Majority................................4,546

Penyandang: Hamden Ahmad (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,102
Majoriti: 3,316

N036: SEMOP: SARAWAK: 8,891

1. ABDULLAH SAIDOL (BN-PBB)..................4,814
2. Ong Chung Siew (PKR).......................564
3. Ajiji Fauzan (Bebas)..........................419

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast..................5,911
Peratus/Percentage............................66.55%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes........................114
Majoriti/Majority...............................4,250

Penyandang: Datuk Mohamad Asfia Awang Nasar (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,479
Majoriti: 3,226

N037: DARO: SARAWAK: 7,305

1. MURNI SUHAILI (BN-PBB)........................3,867
2. Jamaludin Ibrahim (PKR).........................475
3. Muhamad Zamhari Berawi (Bebas)..................670
4. Noh @ Muhamad Noh Bakri @ Bakeri (Bebas)........129

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,246
Peratus/Percentage...............................72.07%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................105
Majoriti/Majority................................3,197

Penyandang: Murni Suhaili (BN-PBB)
(Menang Tidak Bertanding)

N038: JEMORENG: SARAWAK: 8,635

1. Asbor Abdullah (Bebas)...........................77
2. Abdul Hafiz Noh (Bebas).......................1,579
3. GANI @ ABU SEMAN JAHWIE (BN-PBB)..............4,505

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,281
Peratus/Percentage...............................72.90%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................120
Majoriti/Majority................................2,926

Penyandang: Abu Seman Jahwie (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,567
Majoriti: 1,710
N039: REPOK: SARAWAK: 18,481

1. DR WONG HUA SEH (DAP)..........................7,900
2. Datuk David Teng Lung Chi (BN-SUPP)............5,221

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................13,364
Peratus/Percentage................................72.44%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................243
Majoriti/Majority.................................2,679

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk David Teng Lung Chi (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,502
Majoriti/Majority: 576

Penyandang: Datuk David Teng Lung Chi (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 5,502
Majoriti: 576

040: MERADONG: SARAWAK: 15,337

1. Ling Kie King (BN-SUPP)........................4,197
2. TING TZE FUI (DAP).............................6,884

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................11,188
Peratus/Percentage................................73.06%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................107
Majoriti/Majority.................................2,687

Penyandang: Ting Tze Fui (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 5,990
Majoriti: 3,578

N041: PAKAN : SARAWAK: 9,274

1. DATUK SERI WILLIAM MAWAN (BN-SPDP)............3,938
2. Jamal Bin Abdullah @ Tedong ak Gunda (SNAP)...2,741

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,762
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.16%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................83
Majoriti/Majority................................1,197

Penyandang: Datuk Seri William Mawan (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 4,138
Majoriti: 1,763

N042: MELUAN: SARAWAK: 11,487

1. John Brian Anthony ak Jeremy Guang (PKR)....2,973
2. WONG AK JUDAT (BN-SPDP)...................4,615
3. Labang ak Jamba (SNAP).........................312

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...................8,019
Peratus/Percentage.............................70.00%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes....................... 119
Majoriti/Majority................................1,642

Penyandang: Wong ak Judat (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 5,086
Majoriti: 3,007

N043: NGEMAH: SARAWAK: 8,058

1. ALEXANDER VINCENT (BN-PRS)...............2,361
2. Yakup Khalid (Bebas).......................278
3. Adeh ak Denong (PCM)...................1,366
4. Michael ak Lias (SNAP)......................577
5. Aris ak Alap (PKR)...........................650

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...............5,324
Peratus/Percentage..........................66.13%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.........................92
Majoriti/Majority...............................995

Penyandang: Gabriel Adit ak Demong (IND)
Undi diperolehi: 2,582
Majoriti: 549

N044: MACHAN: SARAWAK: 9,944

1. Augustine ak Liom @ August Kiom (SNAP)..........338
2. Kong Tat Kim (PCM)..............................696
3. DATUK GRAMONG JUNA (BN-PBB)...................3,683
4. George Chen Nguk Fa (PKR).....................2,054

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,880
Peratus/Percentage...............................69.34%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................109
Majoriti/Majority................................1,629

Penyandang: Datuk Gramong Juna (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,045
Majoriti: 2,289

N045: BUKIT ASSEK: SARAWAK: 26,926

1. Hii Tiong Huat (Bebas).......................180
2. Chieng Huong Toon (BN-SUPP).........4,700
3. WONG HO LENG (DAP)................13,527

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast............18,504
Peratus/Percentage.......................68.77%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes....................97
Majoriti/Majority...........................8,827

Penyandang: Wong Ho Leng (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 10,380
Majoriti: 4,751

N046: DUDONG: SARAWAK: 26,251

1. Yap Hoi Liong (DAP)
2. Datuk Tiong Thai King (BN-SUPP)
3. Apandi Abdul Rani (Bebas)

Penyandang: Dr Soon Choon Teck (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 7,359
Majoriti: 408

N047: BAWANG ASSAN: SARAWAK: 16,743

1. Alice Lau Kiong Yieng (DAP)...................5,508
2. DATUK SERI WONG SOON KOH (BN-SUPP)............7,316

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................12,930
Peratus/Percentage................................77.26%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................106
Majoriti/Majority.................................1,808

Penyandang: Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,804
Majoriti: 2,504

N048: PELAWAN: SARAWAK: 28,808

1. Vincent Goh Chung Siong (BN-SUPP)..............6,927
2. DAVID WONG KEE WOAN (DAP).....................13,318

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................20,336
Peratus/Percentage................................70.74%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..............................91
Majoriti/Majority.................................6,391

Penyandang: Vincent Goh Chung Siong (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 7,375
Majoriti: 263

N049: NANGKA: SARAWAK: 14,197

1. DR ANNUAR RAPAEE (BN-PBB)..................7,710
2. Norisham Mohamed Ali (PKR)................2,408

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...................10,270
Peratus/Percentage..............................72.34%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.........................152
Majoriti/Majority.................................5,302

Penyandang: Awang Bemee Awang Ali Basah (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,202
Majoriti: 4,815

N050: DALAT: SARAWAK: 11,857

1. DATIN FATIMAH ABDULLAH @ TING SAI MING (BN-PBB)...6,288
2. Sylvester Ajah Subah @ Ajah Subah (PKR)...........1,298
3. Salleh Mahali (Bebas)...............................257

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...........................8,038
Peratus/Percentage...................................68.05%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes................................195
Majoriti/Majority....................................4,990

Penyandang: Fatimah Abdullah @ Ting Sai Ming (BN-PBB)
(Menang Tidak Bertanding)

N051: BALINGIAN: SARAWAK: 11,792

1. Suriati Abdullah (PKR)..........................871
2. TAN SRI ABDUL TAIB MAHMUD (BN-PBB)...6,210
3. Datuk Salleh Jafaruddin (Bebas)..........1,056

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...............8,253
Peratus/Percentage..........................70.22%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.....................116
Majoriti/Majority...........................5,154

Penyandang: Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,393
Majoriti: 5,726


N052: TAMIN: SARAWAK: 12,244

1. JOSEPH MAUH AK IKEH (BN-PRS)...................4,998
2. Mengga ak Mikui (PKR)..........................3,706

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast........................8,885
Peratus/Percentage................................72.65%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................181
Majoriti/Majority.................................1,292

Penyandang: Joseph Mauh ak Ikeh (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 4,639
Majoriti: 2,377

N053: KAKUS: SARAWAK: 9,604

1. Dick @ Laurance Dick Sekalai (PCM)..............186
2. Paul Anyie Raja (PKR).........................2,764
3. JOHN SIKIE AK TAYAI (BN-PRS)..................3,366
4. Entali ak Empin (Bebas).........................141

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,562
Peratus/Percentage...............................68.45%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................105
Majoriti/Majority..................................602

Penyandang: John Sikei ak Tayai (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 3,739
Majoriti: 2,852

N054: PELAGUS: SARAWAK: 15,322

1. Stanley Nyitar @ Unja ak Malang (BN-PRS)......2,903
2. GEORGE AK LAGONG (BEBAS)......................5,740
3. Edward Sumbang ak Asun (PKR)..................1,171

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................9,986
Peratus/Percentage...............................65.36%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................172
Majoriti/Majority................................2,837

Penyandang: Larry Sng Wei Shien (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 5,965
Majoriti: 3,239

N055: KATIBAS: SARAWAK: 8,542

1. DATUK AMBROSE BLIKAU AK ENTURAN (BN-PBB)......3,326
2. Toh Heng San (SNAP).............................897
3. Munan ak Laja (PKR)...........................1,070

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,378
Peratus/Percentage...............................63.18%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................85
Majoriti/Majority................................2,256

Penyandang: Datuk Ambrose Blikau ak Enturan (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,887
Majoriti: 3,332

N056: BALEH: SARAWAK: 11,287

1. DATUK SERI DR JAMES MASING (BN-PRS)..........5,242
2. Bendindang ak Manjah (PKR)...................1,344

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,684
Peratus/Percentage.............................. 59.22%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..............................0
Majoriti/Majority................................3,898

Penyandang: Datuk Seri Dr James Masing (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 5,330
Majoriti: 4,802

N057: BELAGA: SARAWAK: 8,463

1. John Bampa @ Tusau (SNAP).......................368
2. Matthew ak Munan (Bebas).........................27
3. Basah Kesing @ Ali Basah Kesing (PKR).........1,046
4. Michael Jok (Bebas)..............................94
5. Kenneth Adan Silek (Bebas)......................330
6.LIWAN LAGANG (BN-PRS)..........................3,974

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,913
Peratus/Percentage...............................69.87%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................74
Majoriti/Majority................................2,928

Penyandang/Incumbent: Liwan Lagang (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 1,855
Majoriti/Majority: 227

N058: JEPAK: SARAWAK: 12,979

1. Ramli Malaka (SNAP).............................433
2. Abdul Jalil Bujang (PKR)......................2,342
3. DATUK TALIB ZULPILIP (BN-PBB).............5,470
4. Abdul Kuddus Ramlee (Bebas)...................477
5. Awang Abdillah Awang Nasar (Bebas)...........89

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast....................8,944
Peratus/Percentage...............................69.36%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................133
Majoriti/Majority................................3,128

Penyandang: Datuk Talip Zulpilip (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 4,997
Majoriti: 3,179

N059: KIDURONG: SARAWAK: 27,225

1. CHIEW CHIU SING (DAP).........................12,493
2. Henry Ling Koung Meng (BN-SUPP)................5,563

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................18,200
Peratus/Percentage................................67.30%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................144
Majoriti/Majority.................................6,930

Penyandang: Chiew Chiu Sing (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 8,517
Majoriti: 1,664

N060: KEMENA: SARAWAK: 14,082

1. Liam Rengga (Bebas)..............................197
2. Bernard Binar Bayang ak Rading (PKR)...........3,020
3. DR STEPHEN RUNDI AK UTOM (BN-PBB)..............6,369
4. Ungun ak Bayan (SNAP)............................285

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................10,033
Peratus/Percentage................................71.29%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................162
Majoriti/Majority.................................3,349

Penyandang/Incumbent: Dr Stephen Rundi ak Utom (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,750
Majoriti/Majority: 1,572

N061: BEKENU: SARAWAK: 10,672

1. ROSEY YUNUS (BN-SPDP).........................4,946
2. Dyg Juliana Awg Tambi (PCM).....................284
3. Thony ak Badak (SNAP)...........................570
4. Ishak Mahwi (PKR).............................1,232

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,135
Peratus/Percentage...............................66.86%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................103
Majoriti/Majority................................3,714

Penyandang: Rosey Yunus (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 4,357
Majoriti: 3,072

N062: LAMBIR: SARAWAK: 14,144

1. RIPIN LAMAT (BN-PBB)..........................4,625
2. Johari Bujang (SNAP)............................693
3. Zolhaidah Suboh (PKR).........................3,104

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................8,565
Peratus/Percentage...............................60.72%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................143
Majoriti/Majority................................1,521

Penyandang: Aidan Wing (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,331
Majoriti: 2,834

N063: PIASAU: SARAWAK: 16,600

1. LING SIE KIONG (DAP).....................5,998
2. Tan Sri Dr George Chan (BN-SUPP).....4,408

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.............10,479
Peratus/Percentage........................63.13%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes....................73
Majoriti/Majority........................1,590

Penyandang: Tan Sri Dr George Chan (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,573
Majoriti: 3,918

064: PUJUT: SARAWAK: 22,577
1. Andy Chia Chu Fatt (BN-SUPP).............5,271
2. FONG PAU TECK (DAP)....................9,120

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...............14,458
Peratus/Percentage..........................64.17%

Penyandang: Andy Chia Chu Fatt (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,493
Majoriti: 1,370

N065: SENADIN: SARAWAK: 22,432

1. Michael Teo Yu Keng (PKR)......................7,276
2. DATUK LEE KIM SHIN (BN-SUPP).................7,334

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.....................14,796
Peratus/Percentage................................66.05%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................186
Majoriti/Majority....................................58

Penyandang: Datuk Lee Kim Shin (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 7,173
Majoriti: 4,799


N066: MARUDI: SARAWAK: 13,093

1. SYLVESTER ENTRIE AK MURAN (BN-SPDP)...........4,578
2. Michael Ding Tuah (Bebas).......................122
3. Gerang ak Dagom (PKR).........................1,376
4. Edwin Dundang ak Bugak (SNAP)...................281

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,443
Peratus/Percentage...............................49.21%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................86
Majoriti/Majority................................3,202

Penyandang: Sylvester Entrie ak Muran (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 4,954
Majoriti: 4,284
N067: TELANG USAN: SARAWAK: 13,623

1. Harrison Ngau Laing (PKR).....................2,752
2. Kebing Wan (SNAP)...............................705
3. Jok Ding (Bebas)................................623
4. DENNIS NGAU (BN-PBB)..........................3,597

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,763
Peratus/Percentage...............................57.15%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................86
Majoriti/Majority..................................845

Penyandang: Lihan Jok (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,593
Majoriti: 2,771

N068: BUKIT KOTA: SARAWAK: 14,471

1. Leong Kwang Yew (DAP).........................1,774
2. Usop Jidin (Bebas)..............................398
3. DR ABDUL RAHMAN ISMAIL (BN-PBB)...............6,835
4. Ladis Pandin (Bebas)............................353

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................9,425
Peratus/Percentage...............................65.44%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................65
Majoriti/Majority................................5,061

Penyandang/Incumbent: Dr Abdul Rahman Ismail (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,501
Majoriti/Majority: 3,229

N069: BATU DANAU: SARAWAK: 7,636

1. Dr Lau Liak Koi (PKR).........................1,348
2. Lawrence Cosmas Sunang ak Simpang (SNAP)........140
3. PALU @ PAULUS AK GUMBANG (BN-SPDP)............3,667

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,227
Peratus/Percentage...............................68.45%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................72
Majoriti/Majority................................2,319

Penyandang/Incumbent: Palu @ Paulus ak Gumbang (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 2,961
Majoriti/Majority: 1,262

N070: BA'KELALAN: SARAWAK: 6,958

1. BARU BIAN (PKR)...............................2,505
2. Willie Liau (BN-SPDP).........................2,032

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................4,574
Peratus/Percentage...............................65.90%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................37
Majoriti/Majority..................................473
Penyandang: Balang Rining (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 2,064
Majoriti: 475

N071: BUKIT SARI: SARAWAK: 9,983

1. DATUK AMAR AWANG TENGAH ALI HASSAN (BN-PBB)...6,018
2. Japar Suyut (PKR)...............................955

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,067
Peratus/Percentage...............................70.79%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................94
Majoriti/Majority................................5,063

Penyandang: Datuk Awang Tengah Ali Hassan (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,596
Majoriti: 5,275
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Posted: 16 Apr 2011 04:41 PM PDT

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Sarawak Elections - morning after

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 06:34 PM PDT

So … it's over … at least for now until the next state or general election.

BN won its 2/3, but with only 55% of the votes. But that's the way it has been and will always be, unless we change our voting system to proportionate representations like the Australian system (which the British proposes to do, but most unlikely to be adopted here as it won't favour UMNO).

As The Malaysian Insider
editorial puts it, "… when PR go to battle they are up against Umno, MCA, SUPP, PBB, Maybank, Utusan Malaysia, New Straits Times, PDRM, EC, Pos Malaysia, AirAsia, etc."

But almost all are legitimate Pakatan's political foes, with two frightening EXCEPTIONS, the PDRM and EC.

That the PDRM is not an impartial civil service but one which works directly for UMNO is already a given and almost accepted by frustrated opposition politicians and the public who work around those biased men in blue.

But the EC is an insidious evil organization for its partisan behaviour. The outrageous and arrogant refusal to hand over the Borang 14 has been a recent example of its unprofessional sins. If you're the religious type (and Muslim) you may believe those EC staff demonstrating their partisan conduct will soon be burning in the Islamic Hell for their sins, wakakaka.

But leave that aside as we are still here in the material world. Like the case for the police, we have to work around the EC bastards.

The Malaysian Insider editorial believes two factors, apart from the above biased civil services, brought salvation for the BN, namely, Najib and RM500 million worth of handouts. They ensured the BN received at least 55% of the votes.

Traditionally the Deputy Chairperson of BN (also the deputy president of UMNO and DPM) is the BN's election campaign director, with the chairperson only making the odd campaign speeches or two at various important centres, kissing babies, awarding grants, and making promises, etc. But Muhyiddin as a campaign director was hopeless; bloke was as lost as a skittish kijang in downtown Kuching.

But then these have been precisely his qualities which persuaded Najib (and probably Dr Mahathir as king maker) to push for Muhyiddin to be deputy president of UMNO (and thus DPM) because Najib doesn't want an independent-thinking, dangerous and too smart Alec (e.g., like Ali Rustam) to be his deputy. So Najib has to reap what he has sown, a semi-dumbo deputy party president/DPM who proved to be pathetically ineffective as BN's election campaign director.

When I read that Najib had personally taken over from Muhyiddin during the second half of the campaign stage, I knew that the BN was in trouble. I know many of you hate Najib with a vengeance, but I am less biased, seeing in him a rather clever, (definitely) cunning, cosmopolitan-minded, charming, and convincing politician who can woo, persuade, and sell his bullshit rather well.

Mind, all these qualities are those required of an effective politician; Najib merely demonstrated his ability to work all these qualities well wakakaka, and to the benefit and relief of an initially terrified BN in Sarawak.

Of course delusional Taib would believe he must still have the persona and pull to win 2/3 of the seats, wakakaka.

Okay, it's frustrating the final election results haven't reflected the true picture that while BN has taken more than 2/3 of the total seats, it has actually won only 55% of the votes. But as I said, that's the nature of the election 'first-past-the-post' beast. No point in crying or moaning – work with that.

But I am glad that power-crazy Taib, delusional as he is, has with much obscene haste appointed himself as the CM straightaway the very moment he knew the BN has obtained the winning majority (but with the results of many seats still undetermined), no doubt to forestall any Putrajaya move to remove him, and naturally to the grave dismay of Najib.

I'm glad because the person of Taib can once again serve as the Pakatan central campaign issue in 2013. Getting rid of 'Peh Mor' had been an effective issue for Pakatan in this recent state election, so Taib continuing as a CM, hopefully into 2013, will again be a blessed boon to the opposition. Poor Najib must be cracking his head on how to remove this BN's Old Man of the Sea.

DAP went for 15 seats and won 12. It could have won 13 if 3,000 postal votes didn't save Wong Soon Koh in Bawang Assam. But anyway the end result is what DAP expected, and it should be happy it achieved its planned target, including the scalps of George Chan and a few others. Let's hope CSL in Peninsula is next to join George Chan, Koh TK and Samy.

In a couple of previous posts I had sneeringly said of PKR's outrageously preemptive stake-claiming of 52 of the 71 Sarawak seats, that it hopes to win 2 seats by doubling its 2006 efforts (25 in 2006 got 1, maybe 52 in 2011 will get 2?). Well, it did better than I predicted, having won 3 (including Batu Lintang) wakakaka.

I just wonder how many it would have won if it had not frittered away the earlier part of the campaign opportunities by unnecessarily squabbling with SNAP? But it's a stark reminder to Azmin Ali to stop bossing Sarawakian and indeed Sabahan PKR activities. Those state leaders will do better without Peninsula party leaders micro-managing their affairs.

I suppose we can only hope.


What we the people need to do until the next general elections

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 05:16 PM PDT

Now that the Sarawak elections are over, with a swing by city folks (mainly Chinese) to Pakatan, it's time to chill and unwind a bit and go back to the slow and steady grassroots foundation building exercise again.

The bad thing about this election is it shows that PKR is a lot more hot air than realism. This must change. PKR needs to get itself grounded in reality like DAP. It needs to get the necessary consultants to provide it with unvarnished, scientifically verified information that it needs to formulate its future strategies. Yes, UMNO led BN knows that PKR is the lynchpin of Pakatan, and has subjected Anwar to many false charges, but perhaps it's time to decouple the man from the party. Anwar should let others in PKR speak up more frequently and take a backseat, like how Kit Siang has taken a back seat and let the younger generation do most of the talking these days. He should focus on running the party. It's about hedging risks, and helps takes pressure off him. It's harder for BN to go after 3-4 eloquent targets as contrasted with just going after him. Anwar is not a sadomasochist, so why let him take all the pain alone?

What's more important is for the Chinese to reach out to our brothers and sisters of all races in the rural areas. The Chinese must convince the rural folks that they are not here to seize power. They must demonstrate that they voted for the opposition to bring about change, because the government is simply too corrupt in its current form. The Chinese has effectively risked reducing/eliminating their representation in the government, but it's a worthy cause. They want good not just for themselves, but for all Malaysians. They may not say it but they have dismantled the old and stale concept of racial representation. The Chinese will vote for Malay, Indian or Dayak if he/she is a good leader. So can other races vote for a Chinese if he/she is a good leader.

The Chinese must also show compassion and empathy about the plight of rural folks, who may have to rely on political connection to get jobs etc. Where possible, Chinese businessman should hire more rural folks to show that the economic pie, however small it is these days, do get shared. In fact, it's far more efficient to share it directly with the rural folks than to share it under some quota scheme on the recommendation by the government - because those you are hiring are probably BN supporters anyway. Instead of paying political donation to BN in the name of "national service", slash your profits by having your own outreach programs. Coordinate your outreach programs with PKR, DAP and PAS because they have a better idea of voter demographics. Carry out outreach programs where it matters most - borderline seats that the opposition can win come the next general elections.

It may be conceptually difficult to understand how money spent on outreach can make for better profits in the near term. Well, it may not, but it is long term investment - for your nation, and therefore for your children and their children. In fact, planning for emigration to another country, unrooting yourself from Malaysia - takes a lot of money. If you could just use a fraction of it in an outreach program, you are diversifying your options, hedging your risks (emigration also has its risks), and you're helping Malaysians. It may take a little longer for you to emigrate, but if change comes sooner, you may not have to emigrate at all.

One thing we must all remember - granted, after all is said and done, we're up against a giant BN behemoth - and change may not come fast and swift in Malaysia. The next GE, we may still not able to unseat BN. That's why it's imperative that the current leaders must accelerate the grooming of the next generation of leaders who have the better idea of governance as opposed to those in BN. That way, Pakatan is assured that it is only a matter of time before it wins the federal government.


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