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Thursday, April 5, 2012

Amat ke enda?

Diambi ari: Borneo Post Onlines.

Sida semina landik bejaku bula sereta enda ulih mai pemansang
SRI AMAN: Kaban Parlimen Sri Aman, Masir Kujat sekali agi nesau mensia mayuh ba menua tu nyeliahka petenah ari raban penyakal ti seruran dituju ngagai perintah Barisan Nasional (BN) lalu seruran nyukung perintah ke diatu.
Ku masir, semua jaku petenah ari raban penyakal nuju ngagai perintah BN ngelamatu, iya ke endar utai nya semina deka ngelemika semangat ketuai BN tang ngeransingka agi ati ketuai ngambika bendar agi gawa ke ungkup rayat.
“Pengawa raban penyakal nya pengawa ti nadai meri sebarang penguntung sereta muai jam laban sida sigi enda ulih mai pemansang ngagai rayat.
“Nya alai, nuju ngagai rayat ke kala ngeringka raban penyakal maya pengawa bepilih suba, sekali agi aku minta kita ‘nanggam pengerindu’ enggau raban BN ungkup pemaik kitai,” ku iya.
Masir munyi nya maya diberi awak bejaku ba pengerami Ketuai Begulai enggau Rayat ke diatur Opis Pemadah Malaysia Pelilih Menua Sri Aman enggau kerejasama Komuniti 1 Malaysia Kampung Sabu bepalan di Rumah Kedeney, Kampung Beletik Undop, bedau lama tu tadi.
Nyerumba enggau nya mega, iya ngelalau rayat kelebiha agi diau mendam ba menua pesisir enda lemi ninga jaku petenah penyakal ke udah berengkah bekimpin ngagai endur nya ngulihka sukung mensia mayuh.
“Aku nemu kita ulih berunding enggau landik ni bagi ke jai tauka manah. Udah segenda dipeda mata, semua pemansang endang datai ari perintah BN tang ukai ari penyakal.
“Raban penyakal sigi landik bejaku bula lalu nguji deka ngeruga runding rayat ngambika nyukung sida. Penyakal enda ulih mai pemansang ngagai rayat,” ku tandu iya.
Nya alai ku iya, pengawa bepilih besai menua ke-13 ke deka diatur ba sebarang maya aruh dikena enggau memanah, besaup ngenanka pemujur BN Sarawak.
“Kitai aruh besaup enggau pangan diri sereta nyukung perintah ke diatu ngambika semua perambu pemansang ke udah digaga ulih dipejalaika enggau mujur,” ku iya.
Beduduk enggau nya, ku iya, aram meh sama dani ari tinduk, pemansang ti deka diasaika kitai enda ayan tekala nya. Nya alai, BN endang begunaka sukung rayat.
Dulu agi ari nya, pengerami nya udah dipenyadika Menteri Muda Pemansang Tanah Sarawak ke lalu nyadi Kaban Kunsil Nengeri (ADUN) Simanggang Datuk Francis Harden Hollis.


Timbal Aku: Rakyat bisi hak ngundi sapa-sapa ke dikedeka. Ti BN ngemuas ke ati tentu meh rakyat ka ngundi, tang ti peda sekeda ari rakyat nguing ngagai party bukai reti nya bisi penimpang ba BN anang kelalu emosional Iga. Ari perati aku ngelamatu, ukai mantah sapa-sapa. Bala ari BN ke udu ngaga fitnah serta nguna taktik kamah. Aku enda nahah ke pembangkang, tang ka ngingat ke sekeda raban ari BN. Pemansang ba tanggungjawab kita laban kita megai perintah kediatu, nya alai anang ngaga pemeri kita nya nyadi ke umpan. Beri meh enggau ikhlas, laban semua hasil negeri, cukai ba menua Malaysia tu rakyat bisi hak enggau ngempu. Enda milih iya ari party ni, anang lebuh bepilih aja kita ingat tang udahnya maioh agi ke pura-pura @ janji tinggal janji. Serta kepenudi aku ngari ke kami iban Machan, ti sema kita bala tuai tauka orang kuat perintah bisi macha blog tu. Mina siti peminta ke beamat-amat dikarap ke kami ari suba sampai kediatu, iyanya pala tanah.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Observers to tell UN the true SARAWAK story

From: Baru.net (FMT Staff)

The highly disputed Senadin win by Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP) will be the leading example of polls malpractices which will be presented to the UN.
KUALA LUMPUR: The incident in Sarawak’s Senadin constituency involving PKR candidate Dr Michael Teo will be presented to the United Nations Human Rights Commission in Geneva today.

The disputed results on April 16 will form the spine of a presentation to be made by Sarawak Report (SR) and other observers of the recently concluded 10th Sarawak election.

According to SR blogger Clare Rewcastle Brown, “we will tell exactly what happened (in Sarawak)”.

Citing Senadin, she said PKR was leading by 1,000 odd-votes during the last ballot counting in Miri City Stadium when suddenly a blackout “conveniently occurred”.

The blackout, she said, lasted an hour during which time the Election Commission (EC) continued counting.

“Suddenly they brought in ‘postal’ votes at an illegally late hour and SUPP was declared ‘winners’ with a slim 58-vote majority.

“The EC also announced 158 spoiled votes favouring PKR. The commission refused a recount despite the fact that there was a clear case for it,” she said.

Brown added that the Senadin incident was only one example that SR was planning to present to the UN.

She said SR’s report to the UN would include the “mass disenfranchisement of much of the population in the interior”.

This, she said, enabled Taib to operate a “rotten borough system” where seats are decided by just a tiny number of people whom he can pressure and influence.

“Some 470,000 natives do not voting rights out of Sarawak’s 2.5 million population.

“There is also the illegal touting of projects and votes by Barisan Nasional politicians, including the prime minister, in the run-up to the election.

“These are used as a direct bribe and form of blackmail. They tell the voters that they will not get the projects and worse, may be discriminated against in the provision of basic amenities if they do not vote BN, ” she said in her posting on SR.

Postal votes and bribery

On postal votes, she said this was another issue which would be made known to the UN.

She said SR would inform the UN about the abuse of postal votes and the “outrageous targeting of postal votes at single constituencies” BN wants to influence.

“We will also tell them about the practice of doubling up by sending in postal votes by the army and then bringing in plane loads of the same soldiers to vote in person as well and the introduction of suspicious last-minute ‘postal votes’ in order to try and boost BN’s tallies far later than legally allowed.”

The other areas that the report will highlihgt include the use of gangsters to intimidate and turn away voters from the polling stations, the abuses by the EC which included switching voters’ polling stations away from their home areas to distant places they cannot get to and hiding ballot boxes.

The UN will also hear of the tampering of Form 14, cutting off mobile phone networks on polling day as well as the “naked bribery by BN” of poor voters on the eve of the election.

Brown said the scale of these bribes went sky high at this election and was indicative of how unpopular BN is.

BN secured 55 seats against the opposition’s 16 in the April 16 polls.

RM1000 per door paid in Balingian

By Clare Rewcastle Brown

KUCHING: Sarawak has changed and all Sarawakians know it. Chief Minister Taib Mahmud also knows it as he sits in his headquarters at Demak Jaya aware that all around him the people of the capital, his home town of Bintulu, Sibu, Miri and across the country have mobilised against him and want him out.

So strong and so obvious was the unity and determination of those population centres that Taib did not dare cheat too heavily and obviously in the urban areas (apart from some outrageous exceptions, like Senadin) the opposition swept to victory, more than doubling their seats and wiping out BN as a force in the cities.

But Taib cheated blatantly and Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak colluded in this.

So what forms of rigging were used?

Taib used his sister-in-law Gertie Chong to bring the money. Gertie is Taib’s favourite brother Arip Mahmud’s second wife.

Her name pops up as a major shareholder in a good number of Taib’s crony companies.

She is a major shareholder of Jaya Tiasa, a plantation-based company which Taib gave Arip who then sold it to tycoon Tiong Hiew King of Rimbunan Hijau for a fat profit.

Gertie is also a fellow director and shareholder with Taib in Mesti Bersatu, and a shareholder in the Royal Mulu resort and Miri Properties, which owns the Marriott in Miri among other ventures.

She also is a shareholder in Lanco Plantations, along with Taib.

Funds from crony

Gertie has been associated with so many of the Taib family business ventures that have taken advantage of their political stranglehold on the state that it is no surprise that she was brought in to help with the emergency operation of keeping them in power at whatever cost.

Gertie was the one who was charged with bringing the bags of money over from Sibu to bribe and bully the impoverished voters.

This is how small and desperate the circle of Taib’s supporters has become.

She handed it out to the Taib’s Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) workers who then went round the houses distributing RM1,000 per door to people.

Last election (2006) it was only RM50! More than anything the wild inflation of Taib’s bribes tells you the level of his deep unpopularity.

And where did this money come from?

It came from Shin Yang, a crony timber and plantation company which has relied on Taib for the fat concessions that have turned its owner Ling Chiong Ho from being a barge handler in Sibu, working for Taib’s brother Onn Mahmud’s Achipelago shipping monopoly just a few years ago, into a multi-millionaire.

So, of course Shin Yang had to cough up.

As far as Taib was concerned he was calling in favours – the sort of favours that gangsters call in.

Reduced majority

Just look at the evidence on Shin Yang’s palm concessions alone, all handed to them via private deals with Taib Mahmud’s Resources and Planning Ministry.

In just one case alone, Shin Yang is the major shareholder of Sarawak Oil Palms Bhd, which used to be a government venture.

Taib, in a typical move, privatised it into a public company in 1990 and Shin Yang was allowed to buy over 37% of the company.

Since then Sarawak Oil Palms says it has expanded its land-bank to 65,000 hectares, with 35,000 planted with oil palm in Sarawak.

Gerald Rentap Jabu, son of Deputy Chief Minister Alfred Jabu (who also bought his way into scraping back his Layar seat) is also on the Board of Sarawak Oil Palms.

Until recently, Taib’s brother and proxy, Onn Mahmud, held shares in the company through his own nominee, Shea Kin Kwok, identified as a key player in the Japanese timber kick-back scandal.

Yet despite this Taib’s majority in Balingian was slashed from some 6,000 to around 2,000 on the day, so sickened have his people been by his greed and land grabbing.

Clare Rewcastle Brown is the founder of Sarawak Report

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Victory not all that sweet

Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud was returned to power in the 10th Sarawak election but it was a bittersweet win because it came with unprecedented losses in the Iban and Chinese seats.

IT was not quite the perfect storm that some people had predicted but the Sarawak election is a signal that the political landscape in the state has shifted in a way that its leaders had not foreseen.

Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud was returned to power with a two-thirds majority but his victory was punctured by unprecedented losses.

A total of 16 seats fell in the rural heartland where Barisan Nasional used to hold sway while Deputy Chief Minister and SUPP president Tan Sri Dr George Chan’s 30-year political career came to a crunching halt.

Dr Chan’s stunning defeat by a young DAP lawyer topped the trail of losses of other SUPP candidates, leaving the party with a big question mark over its future.

Taib’s party PBB remained on top of the game, retaining all the 35 seats it contested.

But even before the night was out, it was evident that Sarawak’s politics would never be the same again.

Taib’s coalition crossed the two-thirds margin shortly after 6.30pm, by which time five seats were confirmed to have fallen to DAP and PKR.

Before that, tweets from opposition politicians claimed they were on the way to smashing the Barisan’s two-thirds majority.

A Perak leader tweeted that he had received a call to ask Pakatan Rakyat to get ready to form the Sarawak Government.

But it was one of those “Sept 16” claims.

However, there has been a Chinese tsunami of sorts in the urban centres where DAP took 12 of 15 seats contested.

The DAP was the big winner in Sarawak and scored astonishing victory margins in several seats.

DAP also made a clean sweep of all the seats it contested in the capital.

The Chinese in Kuching have made themselves heard loud and clear.

In fact, Dr Chan’s defeat was a metaphor of the Chinese rejection of SUPP which they see as too much of a yes-man to Taib.

But the earth-shattering reality for Taib and his government was the erosion of support in the rural Iban seats.

Barisan not only lost Iban-majority seats but saw its victory margins in other Iban seats slide to an all-time low.

Politics in the rural hinterland is no longer what it used to be.

The Iban support can no longer be taken for granted.

Ba’Kelalan fell to Baru Bian, the indigenous lawyer who has been such a thorn in the side of Taib’s administration.

PKR’s win in Ba’Kelalan was expected but the party’s win in Krian, another Iban seat, was a big blow because the defeated incumbent Datuk Peter Nyarok Entrie is the deputy president of SPDP, a Barisan component party.

DAP’s ceramah in Kuching, Miri and the central basin of Sibu, Sarikei and Lanang had drawn massive crowds night after night.

Their Ubah mascot, a cute soft toy in the form of the Sarawak hornbill, was sold out and every night, there were more and more people wearing the signature red T-shirts at their ceramah.

Their grand finale in Kuching was the biggest rally that local folk had ever seen and the opinion that night was the Chinese tsunami would reach the shore the next day.

It was not the da xuan or big change that the party was hoping for but it has been DAP’s most successful outing in Sarawak.

SUPP, the party that has represented Chinese interest all these years, will have to do a lot of soul-searching on how to recover and remain relevant.

Voter turnout has been quite low in the last few elections.

It was no different this time around despite the most intense electioneering in Sarawak history.

Some saw the low turnout as a form of silent protest.

The perception was while many voters did not want to vote for Barisan, they were also not keen on voting for the opposition DAP or PKR and definitely not for PAS which lost all the seats it contested.

This election has been all about Taib or Pa Mao – the name by which he is known to all and sundry.

His 30 years in power, unfortunately, coincided with the ouster of Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak.

His overstaying became such an awkward issue for his coalition government that he could not even celebrate his three decades in power.

The results suggest that the power transition will definitely take place.

Taib may even have to bring forward his transition plan to perhaps next year when PBB, of which he is president, is scheduled to hold its party election.

Taib has seen how he was openly criticised and ridiculed throughout the campaign, something which had never happened in any state election.

There is no denying the groundswell and it is not only against him but also those around him who have overstayed their welcome.

The Iban change of heart is also a slap in the face for PBB deputy president Tan Sri Alfred Jabu who represents the indigenous Pesaka wing of the party.

Jabu, who won narrowly, is the only top leader of Taib’s generation who has yet to indicate whether he is making way after the polls. Regardless, he will be under great pressure to go after this.

In overstaying, Taib had given the basis for others to cling on. Those who have overstayed are what is known as the Ming Court generation, the group which came to power with Taib in the 1980s.

The signs of what would happen last night were already in the 2006 election and the Sibu by-election but those in power chose not see it.

The outcome in Sarawak is not exactly a disaster for Barisan but it spells trouble in time to come.

The political transition after this becomes more crucial than ever to Barisan’s hold on Sarawak.

How Taib handles the transition which will impact the coalition’s ambitions in the general election.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Kemengalka pending bekaul isu NCR: Rundi

Posted on April 13, 2011, Wednesday
Borneo Post Onlines


GAMBAR KENANG: Rundi (lima kanan) begulai enggau raban ke bukai ba rumah panjai lebuh bejalaika pengawa kimpin.

BINTULU: Pengari Kunsil Nengeri (DUN) Kemena Dr Stephen Rundi madahka, rayat ba Suai enggau Niah patut nulak raban penyakal ti ulih ngasuh penyerakup raban bansa tebererak.

Iya madahka, raban penyakal enggau naka ulih ngenataika isu Tanah Bansa Asal (NCR) dikena ngeruga runding rayat.

Isu ti dikenataika raban penyakal bekaul enggau tanah NCR ngagai rayat ba Suai tu udah lama.

“Rayat udah nemu penguntung nengah projek kerejasama tauka ngatika diri ba pengawa program pemansang tanah tu,”pia ku Rundi bejaku ba pengerami begulai enggau rayat ba Rumah Emperang Bayu, Sg Tutung,Batang Suai ditu.

Nyerumba nya, iya madahka rayat deka ngasaika penyenang enti tanah ulih dikemansangka kelebih ba pengawa nanam sawit.

“Barisan Nasional(BN) ulih nulung rayat ngemansangka tanah ti ulih nyungkukka penatai pemisi,”pia ku iya.

Iya ti mega nyadi Menteri Muda Pengerai enggau Perengkaguna Mensia Mayuh madahka, BN disadang ulih menang.

“Tu ulih dipeda nengah kaul sereta kerejasama ti diberi mensia mayuh ngagai BN ba DUN N.60 Kemena maya pengawa kimpin ti dipejalaika,”pia ku Rundi nerangka.

Berebak enggau nya, Rundi mega mujur bejalaika kimpin ngagai Rumah Merudi ba Suai enggau Rumah Jelian Lajon ba Ulu Niah.

Change We Must

Dear Fellow Sarawakians,

On Saturday, 16th April, Sarawak goes to the polls. Sarawak today stands at the brink. Our state is broken and bleeding, the people oppressed, no thanks to deep corruption and massive abuses by this BN state government led by CM Abdul Taib Mahmud.

Poverty remains deeply entrenched. Wealth inequality is very large. Taib Mahmud and his family have become the richest political family in Southeast Asia. BN politicians and crony businessmen have also become extremely rich and have hidden all their wealth overseas. Meanwhile, many Malays and Native Bumiputeras live in crushing poverty. And things are getting worse. The price of petrol and essential commodities like food are rising and rising due to BN’s inefficient management of the economy. The poor are going to suffer the most when Barang Naik (BN) lagi!

NCR Land belonging to the native Bumiputeras of Sarawak has been grabbed by Abdul Taib Mahmud’s family and political cronies for themselves.

The development of rural infrastructure has been neglected even ignored. Abdul Taib Mahmud’s politics of development has been a dismal failure. Our rural health service is broken and under-serviced while our rural schools are badly resourced. Roads and other rural infrastructure promised by the BN are not built.

This election is critical. CM Abdul Taib Mahmud refuses to step down. He needs our help. We have to make him retire. This election is critical. BN is incapable of reform or renewal. They talk about “transformation” but they do little. After 30 years of BN government, things are worse than ever. The rot in our public services is too deep and our state leaders must be changed if we want to save our state and its people.

As the “hottest ever” election in the state since 1987, we therefore urge all Sarawakian voters outside Sarawak to please return to your constituency in Sarawak and to vote for change and for justice. Vote for PKR!

If you are unable to return home to vote, then we urge you to phone, e-mail, tweet, and/or campaign via facebook to encourage all your family and friends living outside Sarawak to return home to vote.

As well, we urge all Sarawakians to contact and speak with their family and friends who are voting in Sarawak to urge them to be brave and to vote for PKR. Tell them not to be afraid of BN intimidation but to vote for change and for justice.

Sarawak needs you! Will you respond?

Berubahlah! Vote PKR! Vote for change and for justice. The time is NOW!

Yours sincerely,

Baru Bian

Main Wayang

Tanah NCR akan dikembalikan
by Jessica Jawing. Posted on April 14, 2011, Thursday

Najib umum tanah seluas 40 hektar di bawah Seksyen 5 (3) (4) dibatal untuk Zon Keinstitusian Kerajaan Bau

BAU: Harapan penduduk di kawasan DUN Tasik Biru untuk mendapat semula tanah Hak Adat Bumiputera (NCR) mereka daripada Seksyen 5 (3) (4) yang diwartakan sebagai tanah simpanan kerajaan kini menjadi nyata.

Ia berikutan pengumuman Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak semalam yang mengesahkan tanah NCR seluas 40 hektar di bawah seksyen berkenaan dibatalkan untuk tujuan Zon Keinstitusian Kerajaan Bau.

“Saya mengesahkan atas permintaan rakyat, Kerajaan Sarawak bersetuju supaya Pemberitahuan Warta Nombor 1309 Seksyen 5 (3) (4) di sepanjang persimpangan Jalan Grogo dan Opar dibatalkan,” katanya berucap selepas tinjauan mesra dan majlis bersama rakyat di Gerai Mas di sini.

Beliau turut mengumumkan berita gembira kepada penduduk di kawasan Gunung Singai, Bau apabila kerajaan negeri juga bersetuju bahawa penguatkuasaan tanah rizab kerajaan yang meliputi kawasan terbabit (Singai) dibatalkan wartanya dan kini selamat digunakan penduduk.

“Bagi kerja penyukatan tanah kampung dan lot tradisi, survei perimeter dan individu sememangnya sedang dijalankan berdasarkan peruntukan RM80 juta yang diluluskan kerajaan pusat untuk Sarawak.

“Manakala berhubung pembinaan Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Singai kerajaan bersetuju atas keputusan Timbalan Perdana Menteri yang juga Menteri Pelajaran Malaysia akan dipercepatkan.

“Iaitu daripada fasa kedua Rancangan Malaysia Kesepuluh (RMK-10) kepada fasa pertama RMK-10 iaitu akan dilaksanakan pada tahun ini,” kata beliau.

Lawatan pemimpin nombor satu negara ke pekan Bau turut membawa khabar gembira kepada komuniti Cina apabila kerajaan memperuntukkan RM500,000 kepada SJK Chung Hua Bau bagi menyiapkan blok baru sekolah itu.

Note: Asal suba tanah tu tanah adat (NCR) dayak, tang diambi perintah ngena section 5(3)(4), udahnya diatu nyau deka bepilih Najib madah ka meri pulai. Nama kebuah ngambi tanah tu suba deh? Tu mina 40 hektar, kati ko beribu-ribu hektar ke diambi sida Elia Geneid, Sda Roziah enggau bala crony Taib ti bukai? Kemaia sida deka meri pulai ngagai rakyat deh?