18 Jan 2011

Family First, The People Last

Family First, The People Last

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One ragged T-shirt. His only reward for voting BN and in return they took his Native Lands!

Taib Mahmud evidently considers it his personal duty to look after his entire family of brothers, sisters, cousins, in-laws, nieces, nephews and all the rest.  By this he equally clearly thinks he should ensure that each and every one of them should become multi-millionaires, even if it is at the expense of the poverty-stricken Sarawakian people, whom he is employed to represent.

No one in Sarawak should be poor these days, because they are fortunate to be part of a small population living in a country rich in resources.  Yet under BN they have come to accept poverty as their lot and to even be grateful to Taib when he comes by at elections and throws them a little rice or promises them a road they will never get.  Clever Taib.  Sarawakians allow themselves to be the poorest people in Malaysia, even though they have the richest state and all because they vote for him!

Stealing money for brother Ibrahim

We can expose yet another scandal where this greedy Chief Minister has taken the land belonging to the people of Sarawak and then sneaked it into the possession of one of his brothers, so that he can then make millions selling it on at the market price.  Once again the people who traditionally owned that valuable area have been deprived of the chance to both live a comfortable life and to keep their rich and beautiful environment.

In this case the Iban community of Pasai Siong, Sungai Retus went to court after their traditional Native Customary Rights Lands were  discovered to have been ‘alienated’ by the State and passed to a palm plantation company called Masretus Sdn Bhd.  As usual the community had not been informed of the decision regarding their traditional lands, so by the time the case was came to trial the judge dismissed it because it had been brought too late after the event!  This is how justice works in Sarawak.

But of course the identity of the real profiteers from this land theft has never come out.  It was concealed by a quick sale and with just a brief announcement before ownership passed on.  Sarawak Report can now reveal that these original profiteers were Ibrahim Mahmud, brother of the Chief Minister and his sons.  They grabbed the huge plantation area by a familiar method which has often been used by the family of the Chief Minister.

Masretus acquired lands in Pasai Siong area.

Masretus Sdn Bhd

Palm Oil - path to riches for the plantation licence holder

By this method the company which was originally awarded the Land Titles to the Sungai Retus area near Sibu by Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud (also the  Minister of Resources & Planning and Chairman of Pelita, the Land Grab Agency) was Masretus Sdn Bhd. 

On 17th February 2009 Masretus quietly  received the titles to four large plots of land in Sungai Retus amounting to  768 hectares for the nominal payment of just over RM500,000.  

But within just 6 weeks on 3 April 2009 there was a quick sale.  The major palm plantation company, Tradewinds (M) Berhad, made the following announcement to the Malaysian Stock Exchange:

“The Board of Directors of Tradewinds (M) Berhad wishes to announce that TWS through its wholly-owned subsidiary namely Retus Plantation Sdn Bhd has on 3 April 2009 acquired the entire issued and paid-up share capital of Masretus at a total cash consideration of RM7,208,600.00 (“Acquisition”)”

This represents a turnaround profit of nearly RM 7 million for doing nothing at all.  The same announcement confirms that Masretus was a private company formed in January 2007 and that 

“Masretus is currently the registered holder of a provisional lease over all those parcel of land with an aggregate of 768 hectares (1867 acres), situated at Pasai Siong Land District, in Sibu, Sarawak. The principal activity of Masretus is cultivation of oil palm”.

Tradewinds Annual Report 2008. Who received over RM 2 million in "goodwill"?

The lucky benefactors of this more than tenfold leap in the value of the company in just six weeks were of course the shareholders, whose identities are also publicised by the official announcement as being Ibrahim Mahmud, Taib’s own brother and his two sons Yayha and Mahmud and two others. Ibrahim, an ex-policeman with no identifiable palm plantation experience, had thus walked off with a profit of just under RM 7 at the expense of Sarawak’s taxpayers who received only a fraction of the land’s worth. 

The Tradewinds announcement listed the original shareholders of Masretus. Ibrahim Mahmud, Taib's brother, and his family made millions in one quick turnaround deal that stripped the people of Sungai Retus of all their lands

Theft and provisional licences

This failure to get the right price for the land on behalf of the people of Sarawak by whom he is entrusted represents a gross dereliction of duty by the Chief Minister.  The fact that he then handed the land to his own brother is nothing less than grand theft from the nation.  But even more painful and pernicious is the other theft that was carried out against the rightful owners of the land in Pasai Siong.  The Tradewinds announcement acknowledges the Native Customary Land issues in the are of the land title by admitting Masretus is the holder of only a “provisional lease”. 

Our business is oil palm

As everyone knows in Sarawak, as did Tradewinds too, such provisional leases are issued by Taib as a way of distancing himself from the brutal land grabs he is sponsoring.  While in Kuching the fiction is maintained that such provisional licences are only conditional on agreement being reached with the poor land owners, out on the ground it is up to the plantation companies and their enforcers to bully, lie and cheat the locals into believing that they have no choice but to surrender their land for a nominal price.

This was what happened in Sungai Retus like everywhere else.

Sustainable?

But it is a poor life for the workers who lost their lands to the plantations

The people of Sungai Retus may not have known that the  people making easy money from their misery and distress was the family of the Chief Minister, but the Directors of Tradewinds most certainly did know the identities of their vendors.  They also knew  of the circumstances of the sale and illegal profit of the Chief Minister and his family.  The Directors of Trandwinds, one of the world’s largest public palm oil companies, just one month after this acquisition joined the supposedly sustainable palm oil organisation the Round Table on Sustainable Palm Oil.  In its membership profile for the RTSPO Tradewinds States that:

“The company has incorporated environmental and corporate social responsibilities into the business activities”

This claim is placed under severe strain by the circumstances surrounding the acquisition of Masretus Sdn Bhd.

 Time to stop the destruction

For decades Taib has treated his country in this way and robbed his people.  He has operated as if he could hide his thefts and his wealth taken from Sarawak.  He may now have become one of the world’s richest men and his family with him, but as the elections draw closer the truth is catching up with Abdul Taib Mahmud and the people are realising what he has done.

 

 

 

  • http://none Watch Dog says…

    That's the way it is by the THIEF Minister of Sarawak.Jabu kepts his mouth shut,and all other YBs of native descend.They are all a party to this land grab.

    Just take a good look at the wearer of the shirt"UNDILAH BN"" Shit!!

    Are you worth,one 'T'shirt,a pig to be slaughtered,RM30 per voter? A crying shame.Think fellow dayaks.

    • anak umbong

      we should not just do the talking here, people in long houses don't even know this site exist and know what the heck we're all talking about. till' this words are out on the streets, only then people know and then only will they vote for change! SR have done a good job an amazing job but then, these words need to be heard by others…

      • Longman

        Ya I absolutely agree.

        I feel disappointed while most of people crying for wealth being stolen but when BN government gives little penny free gifts, they advocate BN.

        Example, Why there is a need for those non-bumi to appeal for scholarship which they are entitled too. Then MCA step in by helping them get the fund in live telecast!! What is really disappointed is MCA seems happy in advocate this practice which could raise their social image.

        In my Kampong, MCA A & B is fighting projects which is UMNO goons not interested…..changing the roof of a dewan……what you say?

  • Layarian

    Couldn't agree more with what you say Watch Dog.

  • najibrazak

    Well! Taib scores again. How I wish I could treat my family and "extended family members" as richly as does Taib. Has he read about Tunisia I wonder and worked out how many gold bars can be carried in a Hornbill private jet? But where to? That is the more important question. Of course to a new Haji life in Saudi might be attractive but to the new Puan? Mere Puans dont count for much, however rich, in Royal Saudi. The outlook isnt bright my friend but cheer up. It will certainly be better than Kuching jail; your more probable forthcoming destination.

    • http://none Watch Dog says…

      Please STOP talking as if you are NAJIB RAZAK.Do not ridicule us dayaks in Sarawak here by pretending to be Najib Razak.We dayaks do not like it at all.

      You are NOT real Najib Razak but pretend to be one.

      May GOD bless you for you do not know what you are saying.

      • najibrazak

        You miss the point completely! This is how NR would talk if he were being honest with you. DoI detect a Taib supporter?

        • http://none Watch Dog says…

          Do you detect Taib's supporter? YES ,you yourself..just another clown, hiding under "Najib Razak's identity.".

          Please don't play with dayaks sentiment now as anger is rising too.

          May GOD bless you impersonator of Najib Razak.

  • Rude

    Well , i would think that our CM is thanking his lucky stars he found Lebanese lady to marry. He must be looking at Tunisia and thinking he will be the next Ben Ali , running away with tail between his scrawny legs, with his cash and gold. I expect he is already sending his treasure to Beirut to sit in banks from his new Family and friends. Will he escape there soon ? I am sure that is his plan because for sure this crook and his family time is soon up . Like Ben Ali who fled to Saudi Arabia , Our CM will be also looking for a place to hide and you can be sure not many places will welcome to him .

  • Fired Up

    Why should he run? 90% of the malays, 50% chinese and ibans/melanaus etc still consider him god. He can rule for another 20 years! And besides … KL needs him!

    • http://none Watch Dog says…

      He will run,definitely the THIEF Minister will run away.

      90% Malays-Ugama kita.

      50% Chineses as it is my BREAD and BUTTER

      Country,My business,my land,my money

      50% Melanau & Iban as it is my position

      and glamour.Never mind my people as

      long as money come.

      Pa Lu Li Asal Lui Latang!!

      May GOD bless ylou and touch your stone cold hearts so that you will remember the poor Dayaks who are struggling to make ends meat.

    • Bintulu

      Totally agree with u.. Taib will rules sarawak till his last breath.. which i think not more than 1000 days. I hope so.

    • Bintulu

      Totally agree with u. He will rules Sarawak till his last breath which i think not more than 1000 days. I hope so.

  • kapitan

    all know this for decades…..what can we do on this….no one dare to stand up to spreads the words…our dayak leader are the same as tok uban… to get their stomach full first. Najib slogan "1 Malaya, Selffirst, rakyat last"….

  • Kuching Youth Social

    Taib is Darth Vader.. he kept using dar force to persuede people of sarawak tok vote him

  • Rosmah Mansor

    From now onward stop calling him" OUR " Our Chief or Our CM, should we promote his new title The " THEIF Minister ,The King of Corrupt of Sarawak Pehin Abdul Taiee Mahmud,he is smell like a rotten rat, his new money lover was a Ladyman from Syrian.so our Sarawak money was pump in into his asshole,because that bastard Abdul Taib Mahmud love doggy style !!!! LOL Rosmah Mansor

    • thehiddentribe

      well said..mdm..can't agree more

    • http://none Babeh Tebakang says.

      Rosmah Mansor..the pot calling the kettle black. Just Malaysian First Lady or "FAT LADY" ha ha ha.

      It seems that the Fat Lady is the prime Minister of Malaysia instead of the husband.Another Hindi ritual???When??

  • Tiarama

    Swiss whistle-blower and former banker Rudolf Elmer has given WikiLeaks information about bank accounts of more than 2,000 prominent individuals, potentially exposing tax evasion, the BBC reports.

    The data is not yet available on WikiLeaks(), but it was publicly given on two discs by Elmer to WikiLeaks founder and owner Julian Assange at a press conference in London this morning. The data needs to be vetted before it gets released, and some of it will likely be handed over to the authorities. “Once we have looked at the data… there will be full revelation,” said Assange.

    The freshly leaked data covers the period from 1990 to 2009 and concerns companies and individuals from many countries, including the UK, U.S. and Germany, Swiss newspaper Der Sonntag reports. Elmer himself said at the press conference that the data covers info about three different banks and 40 politicians.

    Rudolf Elmer has previously worked in Swiss bank Julius Baer; he was fired from his position in 2002 and has previously leaked information to WikiLeaks about Julius Baer’s offshore operations at the Cayman Islands. He is scheduled to go on trial in Switzerland in two days for breaking bank secrecy laws.

    Are we going to see someone in Sarawak on the list?

    • http://none Watch Dog says…

      Yes,maybe as the bulk of the Malaysian politicians kept heir money in Swiss banks,UBS,Zurich notably.It is interesting to see and we are waiting for them to release.

      As for Cayman island tax heaven,also interesting to see so many names too.We will send them to SR for the public and legal process to recover will start.

  • Strategist

    No nobody in his right thinking mind would condone what the thief and his bunch of crooks have done constitutes no abuse of power and the mandate entrusted to them by the rakyak, therefore not breaking the law.

    The thief thinks the whole of Sarawak belongs to him and his family and that he can do whatever, whenever and however he simply likes with NCR lands and public money.

    He and his family members and his gang don’t care two hoots whether the Dayaks whose lands they have grabbed live or die as long as they can sit pretty with millions pouring into their pockets. The day will not be very long in coming when the long arm of the law will come after them and they will beg for mercy with eyes that cry no tears.

  • Anak Sarawak

    Taib is the Mugabe of Malaysia. Ultimately, God will be the Judge and Prosecutor. Rest well.

  • Vigilante

    Not bad for an ex-policeman with no identifiable palm plantation experience, to have walked off with a profit of just under RM 7 millions for doing nothing by just grabbing four large plots of land belonging to the Ibans in Sungai Retus amounting to 768 hectares. Who doesn't want that?

    Then he became an instant millionaire overnight or else he would have gone round booking traffic offenders and asking for chicken feed, miserable bribes

    Just wonder where he got the money to pay for the purchase of land over

    RM500,000. Maybe it was given free by his thief brother.

    If anyone happens to be related or associated with the thief, it's so easy to get rich quick by doing nothing. All he needs to do is to go round grabbing some NCR land and give it to you for free. You sell it to some China man company for millions. Not a bad deal.

    • http://none Watch Dog says…

      WHERE ARE YOU LHDN(LEMBAGA HASIL DALAM NEGERI? INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT..WHERE ARE YOU? NO ACTION FOR TAX EVASION???

      MONEY LAUNDERING..MONEY EARNED BY ILLEGAL MEANS JUST LIKE MOMNEY EARNED BY ALONGS,SALE OF DRUGS AND ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES.

  • stupid dayak

    What do you know…we all Dayaks are stupid. Enough said.

  • EK

    All these happen bec Taib is allowed to win the election & allowed to hold positions that are a conflict of interest to his position as CM.In other org/country this guy will be sack & thrown into jail for a hyndred years.

    But I believe his days are coming.

  • Kopiel Rentap

    Cast your vote in this coming state election.No point to blame each others here, don't let them laugh at us sarawakian.

  • http://firefox Lobo

    The people of Sarawak are forever like this. Now we could hear loudly about the problem/predicaments suffered and started to hurl curses and so on rto those concerned. But when coming to voting — other people lure them with a packet of drink, RM5-15.00 notes and one kain pelikat, people rush for it and change their mind about their problems. In Sarawak…… we are just stupid to the core. My country men please listen… Sarawak is not just for a few men who could dictate and manipulate their strategies. Unite and throw these thieves to the lowest pits.

    • Bintulu

      I dont think that is the problem. The problem is, this info do not reach to the dayak people staying in ulu. I ask one of my friend and he is a graduate teacher about the NCR issues in Sebuyau. The answer is, I DONT KNOW ANYTHING, NEVER HEARD ANYTHING. Sadly, my friend longhouse is in Sebuyau, how could he didt know what is happening. It good to have a malay and iban version which i think this is a new beginning to distribute the info to all sarawakian. Not, sarawak report need to think with other means or way to ensure that this info reach ulu people. Using internet.. wait another 100 years Trust.

      • BUCKLYNN RIMBAR

        BINTULU..EMAIL ME…LET START…THE PROTEST…VOICES OF THE SARAWAKIANS FOR THEIR RIGHT RESTORE..DON FOCUS ON THE EDUCATED ONLY BUT THE PEOPLE IN THE STREET…THE EUPHORIA IS BEGINNING IN SARAWAK…THE SYSTEM FAIL…COME TIS ELECTION ITS D SAME…NO CHANGE…BARU BIAN IS JUS ATTEMPTING SORRY BARU N FRANCIS SIA…ITS LIKE B4…TAIB,JABU N CHAN STIL WIL WIN..WE ARE GOING VIA PROTEST N LOBBY….STREET MARCHES…BINTULU ARE U WIT ME…..ENUF CHAK ENUF…PITY OUR BROTHER…IN D RURAL AREA…

  • http://firefox Lobo

    fight

  • karma believer

    JUST WONDERING WHY TAID NEED SO MUCH WEALTH?

  • oA

    .

    after all these years of looting Sarawak … all the native Sarawakians can do is talk about it.

    when time for action comes probably there would be nothing left to loot and the natives can do nothing about it.

    the natives would then be forever impoverished and be subjected to whims and fancies of the richest.

    .

    • Vigilante

      PKR'S Baru Bian and his team are now going to the ground, giving speeches in longhouses througout Sarawak for the next six weeks.

      Every Iban and Bidayuh I meet on the street tells me they prefer to vote SNAP in their longhouses. Doesn't matter whether they vote SNAP or PKR as long as Pakatan Rakyat wins.

      Please check out this site on PKR's statewide roadship in longhouses:

      http://www.barubian.net/2011/01/pictures-barisan-

      With this kind of roadshow taken by PKR into the whole of the state, especially campaigning & canvassing consistently in longhouses for the next six months or until the election is called, PKR/PR will surely have a good run for their money.

      With DAP going round the urban areas relentlessly and SNAP spearheading the Dayak majority constituencies aggressively, Pakatan Rakyat should be able to confidently capture a two third majority to kick out the corrupt BN junta.

      • oA

        .

        this is just a false sense of security. there would be a 180 degree turn around, the poor native would be mesmerized when rich man taib flashes dollar bills in their faces during election time. this happened for the past 30 years and had never failed rich man taib.

        remember the last reelection in the state?

        poor native sarawakians are probably fated to be eternally poor.

        .

      • BUCKLYNN RIMBAR

        TEL BARU BIAN TO KIP HIS CASH…vigilante…system fail…system ada cancer..ask a doctor wat must d cancer patient do…go for chemotharapy…now our cancer is all over sarawak/malaysia n the system fail..wat DO u do..go for election,get PKR..OR PR..THEY ALSO GET D CANCER TATS IS IF THEY WIN…STILL D SAME LAH…DA FIGHT IS NOT D BALLOT box BUT VOICES OF THE PEOPLE BE HEARD N HEARD CLEARLY..NOT IN D DEWAN OR PARLIAMNET..IT DON WORK ANY MORE…GET IT THE STREET IS WER IT BEGINS SO IT WIL END…WHO WANTS TO HEAR THE VOICES OF THE PEOPLE…LOOK AT THE PICTURE OF OUR BROTHER HERE….HE WEARS A BN SHIRT..DATS WAT HE GOT…KILL THE CANCER CELL…HOW BY RESTORING D RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE..VIA PROTEST…SYSTEM FAIL LAH BRO..OR SIS…

  • Rashid R

    Taib the plunderer. All in Umno are plunderers.The wife of ex-president Ben Ali took out 1 1/2 tons of gold before fleeing to Saudi Arabia. Tunisians are fighting against corruption, high cost of living and high unemployment and at least 68 have died in their deadly street fights.

    No Malaysian newspapers or internet would write about Tunisian uprising, OUT OF FEAR RAKYAT WILL RISE UP.

    My 100% praise for Singapore NewsChannelAsia to write the article today. I bow down to you, Sir.

    —————–

    SINGAPORE NEWSCHANNELASIA 20.1.11

    TUNIS: Tunisia's interim president on Wednesday promised a "total break" with the past and hailed "a revolution of dignity and liberty," as prosecutors opened a vast inquiry against the previous leader.

    Investigators will look into the extensive domestic and foreign assets held by former president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, who resigned abruptly on Friday and fled to Saudi Arabia after a wave of social protests against his regime.

    "Together we can write a new page in the history of our country," Foued Mebazaa said in an address to the nation in which he also vowed to ensure an amnesty for political prisoners, media freedoms and an independent judiciary.

    The new government is to hold its first cabinet meeting on Thursday amid protests against the inclusion of old regime figures and for the abolition of Ben Ali's once all-powerful Constitutional Democratic Rally (RCD) party.

    In his first public appearance since being sworn into office on Saturday, Mebazaa thanked the army for ensuring security during recent days of chaos.

    "We have discovered those responsible for the terror in our country. We have arrested these armed gangs," he said.

    He also paid homage to "the martyrs of dignity and liberty" — a reference to the dozens of people killed in the protests.

    Thousands of Tunisians rallied against the new government earlier Wednesday.

    "We want a new parliament, a new constitution, a new republic! People rise up against the Ben Ali loyalists!" some 2,000 protesters chanted at a peaceful protest in the centre of Tunis — one of several around the country.

    Around 30 protesters later refused to disperse as the night curfew came into force in Tunis. Police and security forces, however, showed restraint, in contrast with recent weeks when they have fired on demonstrators.

    Negotiations over the inclusion of the main UGTT trade union in the new government also broke down on Wednesday, following the pull-out of four ministers Tuesday.

    "We cannot take part in a government that includes symbols of the old regime," Abdessalem Jrad, secretary general of the UGTT labor union after a meeting with Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi.

    The government meanwhile gave legal status to three parties barred under the previous administration and freed a dissident journalist, Fahem Boukadous, who was sentenced to four years in prison last year for his work.

    The central bank also took over a bank owned by Ben Ali's brother-in-law in the first such move against assets controlled by the former strongman's influential family, which formed the core of Tunisia's business elite.

    The authorities also shortened the curfew in place for several days, saying the security situation had improved. But a state of emergency banning public assemblies remained.

    Traffic was visibly heavier in Tunis and some shops and offices re-opened.

    Mebazaa and Ghannouchi on Tuesday quit the RCD party, which in various forms has dominated Tunisian politics and state organisations for decades and has been one of the main drivers of public anger in the streets.

    But Ghannouchi and seven other ministers from the previous government under Ben Ali held on to their posts including the interior and defence ministries.

    "Let's not throw the baby out with the bath water," Tunisia's Le Quotidien daily commented in an editorial that emphasised the new national unity government was temporary and would prepare for democratic elections.

    "The participation of the RCD in this government should not be a source of discord or a stumbling block," it said.

    The tumultuous events in Tunisia — dubbed the "Jasmin Revolution" — have inspired dissidents across the Arab world and sparked protests in numerous countries including Algeria, Egypt, Jordan and Egypt.

    Tunisia's new leadership is due to hold democratic parliamentary and presidential elections in the next six months, although no dates have been set. Under the constitution, elections should be held in less than two months.

    The banned Islamist Ennahdha (Awakening) movement has said it will seek to acquire legal status as a political party to take part in the elections.

    One of Ben Ali's fiercest critics, Moncef Marzouki — who has said he intends to run in the presidential election — also returned to Tunisia on Tuesday after years of exile in Paris, amid emotional scenes at Tunis airport.

    On Wednesday he visited the tomb of Mohammed Bouazizi, the 26-year-old graduate forced to sell fruit and vegetables to make a living who set himself on fire last month to protest against the seizure of his stand by police.

    His suicide sparked off the protests against Ben Ali's regime.

    "I'm not here for politics. I'm here to pay homage to a region thanks to which Tunisia is acquiring its freedom. It's thanks to this region that I am here in Tunisia. It's my duty to come here," Marzouki told AFP.

    • BUCKLYNN RIMBAR

      rashid r..i m wit u..well said….we malaysian as a whole are fuel wit fear but we jus want to see wrong to be right n injustice to be justice…rashid i m not racist…i m malaysian..sarawakian and dayak in one person..i hav great malay friend in all parts of malaysia,n chinese,and indians…but we all know wat is right and wrong..we hav a duty for our country,state n land…our people n in dis case the sarawakians n dayaks…jus be fair wit them..giv them a decent education for their children and payment for their land…tis is all they ask..jus be fair wil the proceed of the sales of land.

      we hav Bakun as an example….pls refer to the resettlements n compensation scheme over the land and timbers logged..in dat area…yes sumone hav to secrifice for development but giv the people wat is due…how can they fight…its was an issue then in 90's.

      our sebangan issue or wherever..all over sarawak or malaysia for that matter land n timber concession given as petronage to family n frens…but remember it belong to people in dat areas…tis has been going on for d past donkey years.

      do u know the game follow d leader…if he does it u can do..for u re jus following him…dats wrong…nothing wil change..coz we won speak openly..for fear of ISA…WE ARE NOT COMMUNIST TERRORISTs…dats y the act was enacted in d first place…the goverment hav turn to be the terrorists…using the act to terrorise us, we re human in malaysia n sarawak to speak for our rights…or the rights of our fellow brothers/relatives…they are really poor expecting help from the governmnet for education or basi ameneties…roads n electricity.look i m not anti government or tis n dat,but i would say i want rights of the poor to be restore.

      yes bro…u illustrate wit TUNISIA…BUT WIL OUR PEOPLE COME TO DAT…

      NOW ..SCHOOL HAV JUS STARTED…U KNOW HOW MANY PARENTS CAN afford to SENT THEIR CHILDREN TO SCHOOL…its so expensive for them…do u know they hav to walk to school..n how it hurt their feets,REMEMBERS THESE ARE KIDS.i remember..my cousins in d kampong walking to school..some may not hav shoes..cause of d mud n wet weather.look at this scenario n how about food…they don hav PROPER food..to properly eat….how u expect them to study properly.OR D ENERGY 2 CONCENTRATE IN CLASS…

      Look wen an area is taken hav d heart to take care of the people by giving them boarding school or education foundation for dat area…so dat…d people hav a future too..they wan development too..or giv them shares in the land or company u hav taken…

      no one dare is more appropriate not they don care…we speak kena cekup..or we don hav favour..for me the system fail…there is no separtion of powers n power corrupt n absolute power corrupt absolutely as per Lord Acton.

      rather then being in opposition wit PKR..OR PR..I RATHER GO FOR LOBBYING GROUP..ON lAND IN SARAWAK..AND LOBBY FROM THERE…COS..i jus wan right to be right n wrong to be right…not wrong is right and right is wrong…u get me.i find political parties just trying to grap power n its d same story…but wit lobbying group we can decide wat need to be addressed.I also don wan to jump party…here n there…if they don go my way or stay wit them cos i don hav a choice..i hav a mind n a belief system of wat is right n wrong..not compromised n tolerance.black is black n white is white.

      pls compensate the poor rural folks,u take their land by changing d law…pls..they voted u there to help them…why do u keep doing this to them…B.N..hav mercy on d people..take care of them dats ur job..do it n do it well….

      least they go to the street…n overthrow u…better do sumthing because..they know they cannot trust the system any longer,,,,,

      wen it comes to the people power…its not going to be nice…wen a man get so upset n he hv trusted n always get played out…wat u think he will do…remember..d dayaks are quite for so long..trusting d system..but even d sultan of brunei gav up n ask raja brooke to help him crush d rebellion…n gav sarawak to him.

      d weapon then were cannons but now d weapon is d media and law..once they go to d streets…its really dooms days…n like suhato/sukarno/marcos/taksin/sadam….etc…

      go to the street n talk to people like i do..it is boiling…yes rashid r…the unbearable level is coming…anger hav no master….dats how people feel even for d malays.

      giv back wat is due to d people…..b4 its too late n u be on d run n ur childrens be charge in court for corruption as in indonesia….

      wil be so shameful n wil go 2 history book…..God hav mercy.

  • LSW

    Whether dayak,iban,malay or whatever, so so many of our children are still walking bare foot to schools everyday thru thick muddy jungle and dangerous sampans while our dayak,iban,malay,chinese bn politicians are mostly driving their kids in big cars some use bentley,bmw,mercs,to wherever.WHEN CAN OUR POOR KIDS WALK IN SHOES ACROSS BRIDGES SAFELY TO SCHOOLS?Don't tell me we don't have the budget!If everyone of bn policians just donate 1 car from their grand showoff fleet to sell off it's already enough to provide these little ones with basic needs.Pairin shd resign and be ashamed of yourself.

  • obama

    couldn't agree more with this picture.

    sigh !!

  • http://none Watch Dog says…

    AREN'T YOU ASHAMED BN? PLEASE GIVE THE POOR FELLOW, A NEW BN 'T' SHIRT. WHAT A PITY FOR THE POOR FARMER. JUST LOOK AT THE LONG HOUSE IN THE BACKGROUND AS COMPARED TO THE THIEF MINISTER'S BUILDING AROUND THE WORLD.

    MAY OUR LORD TOUCHES HIS HEART SO THAT HE WILL REPENT AND STEP DOWN GRACEFULLY. WE WILL BARGAIN WITH HIM AND GET THE FAIR SHARE OF THE STATE FUNDS WHICH HE HAS MISUSED.

  • MMA

    blame our weak opposition also.

    DAP had been fighting alone so long.

    Lately only, we see PKR Baru Bian

    gaining momentum. PAS present is yet to be felt. It should be no-holds barred.

  • anynomous

    He should go,go away to tunisia,lebanon or syria.we dont want to see all of them, what this family ve done to the people of sarawak.get back the money and property for the cause of the sarawakian.its our hard earned money.may god lead them a way to the outside world or in space.they are nobody here in this land.

    • http://none Watch Dog says…

      No,he should not go away yet as we will charge him for :

      1. Abuse of power.

      2.Tax evasion.

      3,Money laundering

      If done in a peaceful manner,we allow him to keep 30% while the 70% are to be returned to the state coffer.

      After that then we will decide where will he go.

      God bless him

  • kev

    since there is so much land grab,why don't we put our hand together and fight for what is rightfully yours?sarawakian should fight for their right before it is gone forever…

  • pekan durian

    BAJU DAH KOYOK MASIH SOKONG BN….BUUDUOH!TANAH NCR PULAK KENAK AMBIL KRAJAAN…BUUDUOH!

  • BUCKLYNN RIMBAR

    pekan durian don say dat to d poor fellow..he is not educated n tot he jus trust BN…WHOMDO U TRUST….TELL ME WHO…BN…THE SYSTEM…OR APA??????SIAPA????I KNOW U ARE UPSET N ANGRY BUT OUR PEOPLE ARE NOT STUPID…LIKE I SAID U ARE EDUCATED BUT MANY OF OUR FELLOW DAYAKS ARE NOT…LETS BE CONSTRUCTIVE N FIGHT THIS FIGHT..DON BE SCARE..TEL ME UR NAME OR WE MEET UP..EMAIL ME…[email protected]..lets work together b4 its too late n the scene get bloody n dirty…let start a lobbying group free from political affiliation…let baru bian try to be c,m..if he can…we lobby him to change the law…if taib n jabu still there we lobby them too…how by protesting if they don listen…we chain ourself to their house n ask them to sign our petition(we called all the media n post it in d media)…are we uneducated…well d japanese do it n d europeans do it n d americans do it…they are even better educated then all of us…wat say u bro..jangan marah..o.k…lets start we re not trying to be hero but to help our fellow sarawakians…i m sure we be richly rewarded in our after life..we help d poor n down trodden….email me..those who are interested to protest n lobby wit me for change..no one is d boss we are all equal..we jus hav one agenda…restore the rights of the sarawakians…n dayaks…we hav a united voice…dats it not a party or organisation..jus interest group,,to start to speak out n protest against injustice.

  • orangila

    vote BN utk deraan selamanya!!!