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April 16, 2010

Sibu By-election Update

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15-05-2010

Sibu – Final Day

Sibu still too close to call

80pc turnout expected tomorrow

Najib to hit Sibu campaign trail again

砂州强人政治有多强?

观察组织声称报章普遍倾国阵指诗华日报婆洲邮报护主心切

民调机构指国阵以52.2%领先分析员反称行动党500票突围

国阵反攻凌厉火箭仍以2%落后民联总动员卡巴星哈迪联手作战

Pakatan unable to emulate BN’s power-sharing: Taib

EC expects 80% voter turnout tomorrow

Much hinges on youth turnout

国阵致电恐吓选民或不投票投票率低直接冲击民联选情

Much hinges on youth turnout for Sibu polls

BN and Pakatan big guns for the final run

地契费大减价换选票 国策议题需时发酵 谁能笑到最后

无关政治实关政治 国家机构成选举机器

民联等于回教国议题炒不完 国阵海报宣传战创意爆灯

最后一天冲刺,朝野力争20巴仙游离票

双方马力开足,朝野今最后争夺战

泰益宣布地契更新降价 纳吉再访诗巫吸华裔票

国民登记局,帛设流动服务柜台

慕尤丁:刺激经济成长,公仆与领导者密切合作

否决国阵多数议席,林冠英:补选扮要角

林冠英:别期待补选,民联执政必制度化拨款

2党之战五五波,民联支持率上涨

章瑛:勿贪蝇头小利,投国阵恶化民生问题

安华:斗争到底,民联打造新政治文化

“支持我往前冲刺”,会耀生命中4个女人

呼吁姊妹支持会耀,刘文惠莎丽札忙拉票

拥有权导致媒体报道偏颇刘会耀家族报章倾向国阵

两大中文报封面登讽刺民联广告国阵否认雇用快艇进入长屋派钱

国阵选前24小时展开猛烈攻击吉祥坦承胶着49对51落后之势

DAP to win Sibu by 500 votes

Sibu: A town at crossroads

纳吉再到访,下调土地更新费国阵选前两大杀手锏力挽狂澜

三千人出席行动党讲座创新高安华声称伊班选票会有“惊喜”

DEDICATED TO HANS AND SIBUANS WHO WANT CHANGE.

“2 Elections in Sarawak Mid-May..!!”

It’s the final countdown in Sibu

Malay bible row as Sibu vote looms

The ‘cawat’ element in Sibu

BN gunning for fence-sitters

The BN pattern will be repeated

Shaziman tackles flood gripes

Kit Siang laments declining varsity standards

PM drops by longhouse bearing promises

EC: Voters assured of confidentiality

DAP slams move to destroy Al-Kitab

Taib announces new rates for land use in Sarawak

DAP losing out on Dayak women votes

Dr M says No to nuclear and Sibu

Dayaks upset over being continuously overlooked

Tide still not flowing BN’s way

Shifting sentiments as Pakatan celebrities come to town

BN may retain Sibu seat with smaller majority

Lau brushes off Lim’s forecast

Muhyiddin confident of bigger Iban turnout

‘Rural folk can depend on BN’

Party bigwigs show up to boost morale

Don’t stir up religious issues, warns IGP

Treading their way cautiously

Party bigwigs show up to boost morale

Cheaper courier service for Sarawak, Sabah

RM611 mln goes to Sibu — Works Minister

1Malaysia chant again greets PM at Sibu Central Market

Allocation proof govt able to serve the people — CM

Najib: BN still needed for progress

Kit Siang puts DAP’s chances at 48-52

Schools grateful for RM18 mln allocation

By-election barometer of Chinese support for SUPP — PRS chief

Musa: No racial, religious issues

Ngieng: Reject the opposition’s 3Malaysia

State stand on land issues, SUPP told

I was only echoing their sentiments — Masing

Don’t be taken in by opposition claims — Taib

Rais gives the opposition a telling off

Casting of postal votes begins at five centres

The countdown begins

Kit Siang says it would be a ‘miracle’ if Wong wins

RM1.12mil aid for 6 Islamic devt projects in Sibu

Fence-sitters the focus, in the final leg of campaigning

Felcra to develop native land

DAP: We have regained ground

Prime Minister’s 1Malaysia concept well-received by Sibu folk

Don’t count your money

BN candidate’s wife Lucinda to take things as they come

Late Lau’s RM1mil pledge fulfilled

Sibu – the final blitz begins

Kampua mee turns into election issue

BN expects to win, but with smaller majority

人联党担心打选情告急牌民联需凭七成华裔票胜出

泰益宣布地契更新降价纳吉再访诗巫吸华裔票

人联打民生牌攻华人票国阵民联选情越拉越近

投票保密选民请放心选委会驳斥坊间谣言

在野党呼吁诗巫投反对国阵票14团体促公听会查解雇周泽南

今日退党明日直击诗巫黄朱强成独立国会议员

會洲的遺憾 人聯的缺憾

没有行动党人联党 还是有干盘面

诗巫国阵选情真的告急吗?

选民不再守株待免 发表”告杨昆贤公开信”促制造补选

诗巫57华小平均只得17万5千 显示国阵不公平对待砂州

民联十万火急争长屋伊班票 下乡教育原住民贪腐祸害

民联三党各自分族群拉票 不分种族多元理想漫漫长路

诗巫补选海报战况激烈 刘会洲生前的遗憾也被摆上台

选一个无惧说出坏消息的 我们才可以昂首迎接好消息

回教国不能吃猪油成国阵杀手锏 民联临急结盟失策

首相应保证华校拨款是常年措施

14公民社会团体联署抗议政治干预媒体

诗巫补选对行动党的战略意义

诗巫市补选前退党 黄朱强立意助国阵

第10大马计划下 20亿发展我国旅游

全球列第9最多 去年2365万人旅游大马

刘乃好冀相关各造探讨发展 诗巫具丰富旅游潜能

以诗巫福州人为例 慕尤丁肯定华族贡献

黄燕燕:培育许多杰出专才 福儿院贡献受肯定

再生能源计划带来改变 加帛10年变“发电站”

刘会洲最后一份礼物 43团体分享百万发展金

政府耗485万 重建乌鲁顺溪美拉水管

黄顺舸坦言毕生最满意贡献 莱拉学院有望升格大学

耔橞吁选民票投和联 支持以民为本

首相:納入第十大馬計劃巴賽6千頃地 大發展

總警長:別渲染宗教課題7補選投訴 毀海報居多

首相夫人笑語如珠“納吉用粉紅唇膏”

伊班选民扮演 诗巫补选造王者

首相长屋大派糖果 拨3400万建路

黄顺舸告诉选民 手中一票影响独中未来

刘文惠将百万发展金 移交予诗巫43个社团

人联:政府引领逐步转型 一个大马值得信赖

陈赛明再次呼吁女性选民 明智投票支持国阵

首长:西马政客再挑敏感课题 砂移民法令对付

首相出巡中央市场扫街拜票 与诗巫小贩近距离接触

林吉祥:不是等补选才发 首相拨款给学校应制度化

黄燕燕:拉让江船游具发展潜能 可在中期检讨时提出

三千人出席行动党讲座创新高人联党告急纳吉重返诗巫救票

人联党选情告急要保四成华人票行动党主攻伊班马来区寻求突围

声称回教党才是民联首相人选蔡细历:届时宗教关系更敏感

禁止非回教徒担任回教法律师基督徒律师获准令挑战宗教局

14-05-2010

The rise of Robert Lau Hui Yew

What I promise, I will deliver — PM

CM: Support us for what we have done for Sibu

Association vice-president comes out supporting BN

BN govt’s main focus to assist people — Salang

Najib revs up campaign, to meet more than 1,000 in one day

Teku village has access to free WiFi system

Native Customary Rights mechanism being finalised

Why Barisan Nasional will win Sibu

Shaky start for Najib in Sibu hustings

达立:政府提供资助 全砂设25美食中心

张建卿促支持一马理念 促进各族和睦共处

黄顺舸允力争拨款助建 大伯公庙码头公园

江作汉宣布拨款50万 改善后埔港基设

纳吉:所承诺必兑现 “请相信国阵”

兑现教育承诺 首相派1800万

政府近日扩展 砂沙内陆卫生播映频道

联邦拨款3亿6500万 砂拟设23宽频上线中心

泰益:別被反對黨誤導國陣贏了 更多發展

撥款1500萬給詩巫華校,張曉卿:跨向多元大馬新里程

詩巫治水所需項目首相:“我都會答應”

華小獨中教會學校喜訊首相帶來了1800萬

首相:你帮我我帮你

首相保证国阵政府 对人民有诺必践

选进入倒计时 朝野全力展开攻防战

大伯公节场面失控 首相来去匆匆(图)

谁最适合延续刘会洲工作? 刘会耀:是我

首相:916变天是谁搞出来的 诗巫人不要受骗

张健仁许怀标 互相追讨堂费

首相在诗巫宣布联邦拨款 1800万给华小独中(图)

首季经济成长高达10.1%纳吉:过去10年最高纪录

巴贡水坝计划严重超支森那美亏十亿总裁离职

纳吉拨3400万拉拢伊班社群副首长轰行动党支持陈平回国

揶揄国阵选举才把华教当朋友黄锦河:他区学校也需要拨款

冀穿透原住民严密社会控制行动党访长屋展开民主长征

诗巫:巫统入砂的华裔公投?

抨民主行动党支持陈平回国 副首长:忽略伊班人被害史

13-05-2010

Day 6 – Sibu LIVE

PBS: Illegal immigrant issue could be BN’s downfall

Thousands in a dilemma over Mykad bungle

Stay clear of religious issues, warns IGP

15 precious minutes with Sibu traders

Go the extra mile to woo fence-sitters, urges Rosmah

Najib promises better living for rural voters

2537诗巫邮寄选民今投票选民可选择在3地点进行投票

泰益抨击反对党只会做秀斥反对党不曾提发展计划

纳吉现身大伯公游行三分钟被批人联党辩称场面混杂没计划演讲

再警告诗巫竞选勿挑宗教课题慕沙哈山:外人别来这里煽动

“只要有行动党就有干盘面”黄和联一家吃面反击人联党

纳吉拨3400万拉拢伊班社群副首长轰行动党支持陈平回国

吉祥称火箭选情看涨48对52批人联党告急警方加剧骚扰

Ho Leng talks family values and – kampua mee

PM drops by longhouse bearing promises

Najib witnesses Tua Pek Kong street procession

SUPP tugs at Sibu Chinese heartstrings

Honour dead heroes, not DAP, Dayaks told

Sarawak bars Gobalakrishnan again

An ‘underground’ battle for power and influence

‘Opposition relying on propaganda’

PKR’s MP Gobala denied entry to S’wak again

BN playing dirty, growls election watchdog

Najib tells Sibu: You help me, I help you

Najib questions Anwar’s commitment to Chinese education

PAS in the way of debate

Najib’s lightning temple visit riles Kit Siang

Liew confident Barisan Nasional will retain Sibu

Soldiers and cops cast votes

Lau to cover Opposition stronghold Rejang Park just before polling

DAP is bordering on sedition, says Rais

Sibu folk want quick solutions to their grouses

SUPP draws up report card for DAP

PM unable to lead procession

Windfall for Chinese schools in Sibu

各显神通夺民心 朝野越战越精彩

赢不了反对党口水? 人联料失华裔选票

翁诗杰:开会频发言 刘会洲视民意为己任

黄顺舸:支持国阵 华裔应凝聚政治力量

严建安:煽动人民 民联频攻击一个大马

许庆轩:声援刘会耀 助选团反应热烈

陈康南轰反对党 “阿拉”课题别带来砂

充办学经费 首相今日拨款华校

每户600援助金 泰益访巫长屋拨款

“让巫有更好的明天” 实际行动支持人联

黄顺舸:续发展诗巫选民应票投刘会耀

亮 助华教 重信仰 皇牌 首相今二度助选

首相愿提供财务支援 承认华小独中董事部权益

麦西慕:迎合需求 诗巫成立化验局

江作汉:支持首相理念 诗巫人应作国阵后盾

黄世利:酒店一房难求 大型活动带动经济

32世旅小姐 亲善访问诗巫

人联:要改革不要改变 火箭:要改革先改变

独立人士没退选 补选还是三角战

翁诗杰:水燃料非天方夜谭

警方:不停止内安法侍候 禁玩弄”阿拉”课题

投会耀=挺纳吉

警方:違者煽動法令對付禁提“阿拉”課題

“改變”、“改革”爆發口水戰

人聯猛攻回教國課題

鄭愛鴒首次為夫站台火箭女議員 搶女性票

回教國”衝擊選情尼查專程滅火

诗巫的宗教与政治醒觉

黄和联:禁提阿拉 照樣揭露事實

回教国课题口水战继续延烧人联党再改编行动党广告词

揭泰益访长屋每户派六百元选举组织批禁谈阿拉反民主

纳吉造访大伯公游神仅停十分钟基督教会提呈备忘录谈阿拉风波

暗示选民“我帮你,你帮我”纳吉拨款1800万给华小独中

诗巫补选 民联的最棘手问题 选民误以为政府等于国阵

从补选看资本主义横行 让国阵政权屹立不倒的背后金主

诗巫选民深思、深思。

刘会耀是什么类型的天主教徒?

“我给你要的,你给我要的”纳吉拨诗巫华小独中1800万

纳吉旋风式造访宗教场所教会呈备忘录谈阿拉争议

12-05-2010

Resignation just a gimmick, — S’wak PKR Youth chief

PAS in the way of debate

Don’t play up ‘Allah’ issue, cops warn campaigners

Chemistry Dept sets up third branch in S’wak

‘BN needs to work harder to get Chinese support’

Wong reveals Hoi Chew’s greatest regret in political life

Be ready for change brought by SCORE — CM

Women voters will support BN — Suzanne Lee

Ho Leng’s message unrealistic — Chin

Explain why you fear 1Malaysia concept, Ngieng tells DAP

Postal voting to begin Thursday

Masing: SUPP must not neglect bumi constituents

Good news for 246 families

Race hots up at Sibu by-election

Lau: Barisan can deliver changes in Sibu

PKR Youth head has seen the light, says Murugiah

BN man goes a-courting longhouse folk

ISA threat violates climate of peaceful by-election

SUPP: A vote for BN is a vote for Najib

诗巫补选 民联的最棘手问题 选民误以为政府等于国阵

Honour dead heroes, not DAP, Dayaks told

Opposition relying on propaganda’

An ‘underground’ battle for power and influence

Day 5 – PM, DAP leaders to be at religious event

Kit Siang sees Ho Leng gaining ground

Sarawak mulls law for gated community

Religious issues a no-no, parties warned

Big guns out to score brownie points

Bringing the Dayak youth home

Rais: 50% broadband penetration rate within reach

DAP to go ahead with ‘Allah’ issue

Taib blasts DAP for negative attitude

Barisan approves RM600 each for 246 families

DAP to go ahead with ‘Allah’ issue in campaigns

Don’t exploit religious issues, police warn parties

Lau keeps fit during campaigning break

Daud: BN makes realistic promises

BN partners are brothers

RM1bil projects to solve flood woes

On the campaign trail

Sibu by-election candidates make frequent visits

Sibu Chinese more focused on local matters, says Liow

SUPP and DAP trade barbs on Islamic state, GST and other issues

今抵巫造势 首相再发功

火箭打宗教牌 顺舸抨双面人

持准证集会受召问话 张健仁非议警方

与民联领袖聚会 逾200基督徒出席200

再提“阿拉” 警方要对付

回教国课题 朝野攻防战

“我是土生土长者” 刘会耀任6年市议员

陈康南轰反对党 “阿拉”课题别带来砂

充办学经费 首相今日拨款华校

许庆轩:声援刘会耀 助选团反应热烈

翁诗杰:开会频发言 刘会洲视民意为己任

黄顺舸:支持国阵 华裔应凝聚政治力量

严建安:煽动人民 民联频攻击一个大马

每户600援助金 泰益访巫长屋拨款

“让巫有更好的明天” 实际行动支持人联

翁诗杰:交通部随时批准 诗巫直航新加坡可期

张泰卿:会耀值得支持 国阵才能谋福利

陈冠勋抨民联成员党 政治理念不同难治国

黄顺舸:续发展诗巫选民应票投刘会耀

改变VS改革 街头集会夺民心

黄和联从枪林弹雨中走过来

刘会耀煮得一手好菜

翁诗杰: 耗资1亿5千万 诗巫机场2012年完成

副首相:一劳永逸解决诗巫水患问题 治水工程须耗逾10亿

是否支持回教党“神权回教国”? 人联要行动党表态

马来甘帮出现极端煽动传单 公青团向中央警局报案

严建安提出多点例证 反驳火箭改变诗巫论

三天退选期今天截止 独立人士仍无动静

副揆移交50万令吉 予诗巫圣玛丽小学

八选民已身故 名字还在选民册

“回教國”課題 大熱

许子根为阿查哈灭火不成 反被林冠英讥讽为惯性低头

大马选举与英国大不同 网友11要点指出国阵选举烂招

发表华人能拥有本身姓氏乃国阵开明论 火箭炮轰巫统

砂拉越人联党支持马来西亚是回教国

虽欣慰马来选票在补选中回流纳吉借鉴自民党经验警戒巫统

人联党不要人民关注国事

11-05-2010

Day 4 – A welcome distraction to by-election

Make a stand on GST, Wong tells Lau

Kit Siang sees Ho Leng gaining ground

Sarawak mulls law for gated community

BN man goes a-courting longhouse folk

Religious issues a no-no, parties warned

PAS church outing in Sibu slammed

Sibu’s wish list for ‘Santa’ Najib

Sibu drenched in money

Taib to Sibu folks: Remain united

Lim: BN’s secret weapon won’t work in Sibu

SUPP must stop taking Bumiputera constituents for granted

抨刘会耀回避“阿拉”课题乃鸵鸟心态黄和联不谈胜算唯对诗巫选民深具信心

诗巫补选战云惊天人联火箭背水一战

为“回教国”议题消毒尼查赴诗巫会见基督徒

人联党续缠斗回教国议题行动党出动尼查拆解攻势

警告政党勿利用阿拉课题砂警方恫言出动内安法令!

诗巫战役 民主行动党VS刘氏家族

国阵涉嫌恐吓茶室店主公正党被迫换讲座地点

公青团针对种族主义传单报警星洲删除“投国阵,楚楚可怜”

黄顺舸著党服为国际选美赛致辞公正党举报国阵恐吓讲座会东主

警恫言对付利用阿拉课题政党行动党质疑纳吉施压拒绝听命

“改变从诗巫开始”变挺纳吉?人联继续挪用行动党竞选口号

人联党声称华裔选票有回流迹象指刘会洲遗憾依赖土著票进国会

反挑战巫统先阐明回教国立场林冠英促慕尤丁勿忘反省自身

翁诗杰指华裔选民仍倾向国阵黄锦河:别在砂州动用内安令

慕尤丁向二千小学教师拜票教师申诉在校方强迫下赴会

黄顺舸:无理取闹 民联挑衅人民情绪

宏愿队默默耕耘成果 乡区生活水平渐提高

失国席影响巫发展 会耀吁选民给机会

补选前哨站 海报战 渐升温

行动党竞选宣言 ”改革从诗巫开始”

安华长屋拜票被干扰

黃順舸﹕民聯沒統一黨綱投火箭即支持回教黨

蔡明成:從詩巫開始改變火箭 回教黨 抱在一起

許子根:大局為重支持國陣 助政府轉型

章瑛:把選票分散華裔 勿只投單一政黨

传单指控行动党憎恨土著和回教公青团报警批国阵玩弄种族情绪

约50选民投诉名字无故消失行动党拟近日向选委会投报

人联党骑劫口号自乱阵脚先兆?行动党声称已成功逆转4%选票

教会政治缄默,信徒另辟出路

公青团针对种族主义传单报警 星洲删除“投国阵,楚楚可怜”

“支持纳吉改变诗巫及大马”人联再挪用行动党竞选口号

Will Sibu 2010 be ‘political death’ of SUPP?

刘会耀架网站拉华人票

PAS church outing in Sibu slammed

诗巫战役 民主行动党VS刘氏家族

10-05-2010

称行动党候选人支持率两日已增四成  林吉祥讥人联党挑回教国课题已技穷

国阵丶民联候选今不约而同推出竞选宣言 会耀主打年轻形象,和联提7点改革议程

黑帮或影响国阵在诗巫胜算商家力挺国阵免黑势力扩张

朝野拿回教国阿拉课题针锋相对 人联党:勿拿半岛问题荼毒砂州

约50选民投诉名字无故消失行动党拟近日向选委会投报

传单指控行动党憎恨土著和回教公青团报警批国阵玩弄种族情绪

人联党骑劫口号自乱阵脚先兆?行动党声称已成功逆转4%选票

教会政治缄默,信徒另辟出路

Internet-savvy Lau Jr reaches out to voters

PAS for religious freedom

Romancing the Iban voters

RM1bil to end flood woes

DAP entices Sibu with success stories

Will Sibu folk rock the boat?

开启宣传战役 人联 火箭 选情升温

补选前哨站 海报战 渐升温

失国席影响巫发展 会耀吁选民给机会

宏愿队默默耕耘成果 乡区生活水平渐提高

黄顺舸:无理取闹 民联挑衅人民情绪

林冠英吁民把握机会 要求首相拨款纾8困

移交公民权申请 会耀竞选不忘助人

趁母亲节送康乃馨 会耀携妻拉妈妈票

抽时间履行公民责任 沙比里吁选民踊跃投票

“安华讲话不算话” 顺舸吁民勿投民联

民联倾巢而出 宣传行程密不透风

7大改革议程 火箭推展竞选宣言

运动场长胜军 黄和联唯独不碰高球

刘会耀藏书最多 亦热衷球类玩冲浪

刘会耀希望透过吸引投资 为人民创造更多机会

提名后第一个超级星期天 群雄会师天鹅城

行动党竞选宣言 ”改革从诗巫开始”

安华长屋拜票被干扰

黃順舸﹕民聯沒統一黨綱投火箭即支持回教黨

章瑛:把選票分散華裔 勿只投單一政黨

許子根:大局為重支持國陣 助政府轉型

蔡明成:從詩巫開始改變火箭 回教黨 抱在一起

诗巫国会议席补选候选人黄和联的竞选宣言

诗巫助选提”阿丹杜亚”被捕 网友嘲国阵有被害妄想症

诗巫改革议程: 若民联执政联邦 砂州获20%石油税

黄和联: 贪腐滥权 种族主义 独裁专制 已成国阵代号

人联党称阿拉课题是半岛遗毒行动党反轰避谈宗教自相矛盾

人联党挪用改革口号反抨行动党空口白话

家族群雄割据诗巫政党成为表面形式

刘会耀避谈政治低调拜票行动党诉诸改革反泰益战

人联党称阿拉课题是半岛遗毒行动党反轰避谈宗教自相矛盾

SUPP issues challenge to DAP over role in education

Remain focused and victory is ours, BN team told

DAP to use national issues

Independent makes it three

逾600人出席首场讲座民联打响首炮民联巨头将补选定调大马改革之战

Foochow fight

DAP launches manifesto for Sibu by-election

Re-building Lau’s Sibu

Will Sibu 2010 be ‘political death’ of SUPP?

Key rivals take campaign to cyberspace

Youths swinging towards Pakatan, says PKR

Ho Leng promises to solve ‘Allah’ row

Three-way battle for Sibu

Kit Siang: 40% chance of winning

Allah issue will not flare up, says Taib

Najib rallies BN members

DAP runs down rival

黄和联: 贪腐滥权 种族主义 独裁专制 已成国阵代号

诗巫国会议席补选 刘会耀黄和联及纳拉威哈仑三角战

刘会耀避谈政治低调拜票行动党诉诸改革反泰益战 国阵要赢得各族群支持慕尤丁:延续半岛胜利

民联有四成机会盼奇迹发生黄和联将带贪污课题到国会 诗巫国会补选确定三角战人联主席承认国阵占优势

支援華校。牽動人心納吉512再掀旋風

今早提名引爆激戰

詩巫補選三角戰

“勝算40對60言論”慕尤丁:林吉祥博同情

黃和聯三語競選宣言“改變,從詩巫開始!”

林吉祥:爭取增加15%支持率

火箭每晚3講座

第一時間傳遞競選訊息劉會耀網頁推展

不认同以宗教议题拉选票刘会耀:民联赢无助发展

3手势3角战

民联分裂华社 顺舸促支持国阵

国阵:慕尤丁带队 火箭:林冠英领军 今日提名拼人气

林吉祥:行动党仅40%胜算 投票率创新高才能扭转

可上网观赏 补选宣传短片

又一独立人士索取提名表格 将出现四角大混战?

国阵与民联两大军压阵诗巫 州选前要打出漂亮战役

提名中心外盛况非凡 朝野支持者隔空叫喊

提名中心外喊口号 彭公青团员被捕

找不到雨伞 选择树木为标志

测试份量 诺拉威参选到底

1独立人士临阵退缩 转向支持刘会耀

碰面不忘问候揶揄 朝野领袖微妙交流

走入人群会见各族 首相下周参与助选

黄顺舸:8天竞选期 人联主攻公开大集会

补选适逢母亲节 朝野大打“母亲牌”

与教会领袖接洽 火箭力争教会票?

雪大臣:提供良好经商环境 改变让更多砂民受益

林吉祥:世纪之战 巫补选牵系3政治体系

民联矢在砂创造历史 巨头齐聚诗巫造势

刘会洲夫人站台,纳吉拨款千万人联党大打感恩牌争取华裔回流

“改变,从诗巫开始!”黄和联放眼砂州改朝换代

独立人士参战诗巫补选三角战国阵三千支持者声势压倒民联

怕重蹈乌雪错误拒绝透露多数票慕尤丁揶揄黄和联手指一个大马

郭素沁:诗巫基督选民占多数刘会耀不能回避阿拉课题立场

承诺当选第一件事揭砂州贪污黄和联相信会有“第四次幸运”

安华首度站台力促选民勇敢求变林吉祥冀华裔选票冲往八成新高

联邦公路全国最少仅180公里 槟政府叹:就连玻璃市也不如

错将阿拉课题归类为个人问题黄和联抨刘会耀地方领袖心态

行动党全国课题恐曲高和寡人联党欲靠纳吉挽回华人票

Sibu: It’s a three-corner fight

诗巫国会补选确定三角战 人联主席承认国阵占优势

巫选区209逾百岁选民?

补选输不得 国阵民联严正以待

诺奥马恫言国阵落选 撤回50万拨款

诗巫警方召见朝野政党代表 汇报提名日路线图

政府工程合约为何没公开招标? 张健仁要求人联党解释

称逾3000名选民遭迁至新投票站傅兹雅:斥国阵重施搬迁选民伎俩

陳聯僑:未開會決定國民黨何來參組民聯?

達貢:用那份名冊?選委會詳查209百歲選民

那拉威:做好參選準備7萬儲蓄投入競選

衝擊未繳所得稅者消費稅剝削人民權益

方貴倫:民聯不能再輸了

靠華人票進入國會人聯要光榮勝利

劉會耀:盡心爭取發展“黃和聯進國會也無作為”

行动党全国课题恐曲高和寡人联党欲靠纳吉挽回华人票

诗巫补选世纪之战非胜不可吉祥承认行动党胜算仅四成

Are there 209 centenarians?

Police on alert for troublemakers

Sibu poll: Barometer for state election

Rain or shine, Mafrel will be in Sibu

力争两成伊班马兰诺选票逆转黄和联承认金钱政治猖狂难除

砂国民党补选前闹内讧署理主席反对加盟民联

诗巫补选前夕讧浮出台面署理:砂国民党属于国阵

Independent to enter fray

Refurbished SNAP to have active new role in BN

Now, a warning against Pakatan

Oil sovereignty: Why Sarawak not consulted?

Benchmarking for next state polls

SNAP ‘deputy’ backs BN candidate

黃文強:接納選舉聯盟建議選委會 採透明投票箱

黃和聯:公佈認證程序詩巫需高素質的大學

黃和聯購3提名表格“以防疏忽填錯”

補選逢數慶典詩巫酒店生意火紅

2補選勝風吹過來國陣盼贏3千多數票

黃和聯:誰同意割讓產油區?

双重标准制边缘化华小民行党促人联党表立场

人联党临阵不敢辩论 如何在国会为民请命

木材资源渐枯竭一度使诗巫经济发展陷瓶颈经济转型发展旅游业“天鹅城”盼展翅高飞

公选盟坚持观察诗巫补选续关注贿选滥用行政资源

力争20%伊班马兰诺选票逆转黄和联承认金钱政治猖狂难除

火箭重锤攻击泰益“家天下” 踢爆首长家族公司以权牟利

张健仁自掏腰包证明槟福利好 行动党要选民趁补选反消费税

行动党支持起诉政府割让油田 吉祥提名胡桑领导民联特委会

补选前夕首长接班人成热门课题 炒作泰益下台恐吓马兰诺选民?

国民党再起风云 陈联侨阵营料转向挺国阵

黄和联索购三提名表 希望一对一直接对垒

有“选前退阵”记录 独立人士这回来真的?

依德里斯抨击公选盟毫不中立 黄文强:一派胡言

两份选举民册研究发现 2166选民被转移投票地点

泰益退位言之过早 谁当首长土保党已讲好

独立人士身份出战补选?林政全澄清纯属谣言

5人陪同下 和联亲自购买提名表格

许庆轩吁丹党员团结一致 助刘会耀补选胜出

黄孟祚冀选委会解释 逾千名选民地址更改

诗巫补选观察组织 決定监督诗巫补选

不再以国阵弱点作筹码 民联应告诉诗巫 要怎么改变

独立人士插上一脚测试支持率放眼来届州选攻打南甲州议席

公选盟指国阵拨款承诺属违法 选委会应维持选举中立

独立人士买提名表 可能三角战

古晋国家印刷厂焚毁 选票美里印刷

巴哈里:政治与发展承诺 并不构成贿赂罪

选委会没委非政府组织 为诗巫补选官方观察团

选委会将设六支执法队伍 包括候选人代表组成

林梦岸外两产油区不属大马 黄和联要求州政府解释

张念群:首相拨款百万给圣玛丽小学 对华小是种悲哀乞讨文化

监督竞选活动 选委会组6执法队

2補選勝風吹過來國陣盼贏3千多數票

黃和聯:誰同意割讓產油區?

黃和聯:補選不回鄉伊班青年投票率料低

選委會:提名日3天後印刷巫補選選票

補選成績10時前揭曉

华巫购表格 和联未索取 补选三角战?

张健仁讥人联没勇气 不敢与行动党辩论课题

立场中立不倾向任何政党 净选盟派员监督补选

马汶交换文件协议 黄和联感疑惑

立场中立不倾向任何政党 净选盟派员监督补选

选委会:免抵触选举法 非参选政党勿挂党旗

选委会办多项讲解会 培训补选工作人员警察

WILL SARAWAKIANS IN SIBU BEND THEIR KNEES TO BN?

Lau: Sibu polls no big deal

Anwar’s Sibu campaign undeterred by sodomy trial

Sibu by election is barometer to State election, Violet

Wong Ho Leng bought his nomination paper

Wanita PBB will also canvas for men votes

No MAFREL presence in Sibu By Election

否认诗巫是砂州选举试金石刘会耀:一年后谁还会记得?

肛交案下周一开审无法分身安华仅能趁周末到诗巫助选

质疑建立核发电厂不符经济逻辑行动党:能源储备量已高达四成

独立人士搅局或分散马兰诺票黄和联盼单挑测试纳吉支持率

选举组织否认接受外国资助揭发千二选民地址出现异动

周泽南炮轰效率不如菜鸟记者王赛芝反指水坝专题有欠平衡

Oil sovereignty: Why Sarawak not consulted?

High stake fight to woo Sibu voters

Sibu: A three-cornered fight on the cards?

No need for by-election monitors, says EC

诗巫补选气氛冷淡仍不见旗海民行怕违法,国阵领袖未下场

砂州上议员轰选举组织不中立质疑接受资助成外国喉舌耳目

诗巫国席补选或出现三角战选委会:无需选举组织监督

在诗巫同胞前也没勇气辩论健仁质疑人联如何为民请命?

张健仁:让财政转赤为盈 诗巫人民应带动改革

行动党等候人联派员参与 选举观察团周四辩论会

诗巫国席补选 提名表格售出1份

增强忆亡友 会洲推动巫文教有功

父子俩缔政治佳话 纳吉治国理念受推崇

砂4万人 无大马卡

火箭全面投入补选 黄和联信心十足

若符合升格大学条件 和联:火箭绝对支持

向乞讨文化说“不” 黄和联:华小没获公平对待

蔡添強:創造新未來勇敢用選票改運

“5年表現不好換政府”黃和聯:給民聯機會

黃和聯:教育非政治籌碼萊拉學院2012升大學?

劉世興:屋長扮火車頭支持國陣收復馬拉端

砂州国阵和人民党应交代林梦油田课题黄和联:“将课题带到5月17日的州议会”

诗巫国席补选国阵未占上风黑道受打压不满或票投反对党

砂州上议员轰选举组织不中立质疑接受资助成外国喉舌耳目

黄和联要州政府交待弃油田抨击中央违宪破坏国州主权

Why Did Najib Choose Sibu To Make This Announcement?

Forum on the ‘Real Deal for Sarawakians’

DAP says SUPP has ‘no courage to debate

诗巫补选两党辩论告吹人联党改口要选后才办

抨纳吉以教育作政治筹码黄和联:让教育回归本位

上届大选得票不超过三成伊班马来区是行动党软肋

首相:如果诗巫人民支持国阵 可得五亿治水拨款

纳吉与首相夫人 慰问刘会洲家人

首相表示:莱拉泰益学院可升为大学

刘会耀承诺将全力以赴 为保诗巫打拼

首相坦言诗巫补选不易打 精诚合作国阵就会赢

马不停蹄走访 首相风靡诗巫

纳吉:我国和汶莱边界谈判 相信会达致双赢方案

纳吉承诺莱拉学院两年升格行动党质疑人联党再骗选票

Najib tells Sibu folk to vote for BN for better future

For better future, vote BN, says PM

The DAP night’ in Sibu: An observation

诗巫补选提前开打 5月6日两党辩论会

乌雪尘埃漂向诗巫?

Dari Hulu Selangor ke Sibu

诗巫国席选民名册 运抵人联诗巫支部

首相访诗巫行程拟定 人民集会晚会掀高潮

黄和联:首相来巫造势 民众应敢敢要求拨款

首相閃電出招明扺詩巫造勢25小時

巡访特点走入民间 首相明抵诗巫

导 致土地改革法无法通过 和联:人联如何纠正错误

要 改变没错 但须改得好

顺 舸:变天论致人心惶惶 民联搞到30万人移民

反 将和联一军 每天许2个承诺

建 安促诗巫选民 给政坛新血机会

发 动全国网络捐助 火箭筹募补选经费

诗 巫耆老票1753张 青壮选民远超半数

DAP kicks off Sibu by-election fund

4成员组成补选竞选委会 民联一个团队迎战国阵

黄和联吁选民票投行动党 带动诗巫迈更好明天

张健仁:带动政治改革 516补选应让火箭胜出

诗巫国席补选 不会流失大量华人票

刘 会耀新人出战 陈康南信心十足

《前线视 窗》巴贡专题被腰斩制作人揭诗巫补选是停播理由

砂联合学院易手露真相人联党高教政治剧落幕

对诗巫补选不利巴贡水坝系列内容不利国阵?《前线视窗》只播两集遭腰斩

Facebook way to get to young voters in Sibu

黄锦河盼 黄和联夺下砂民联首胜回教党将动员半岛竞选机关助选

诗巫再上 演重量级与新兵之战行动党黄和联对垒国阵刘会耀

诗巫火箭力求逆转胜 5独中47华小等收国阵大礼

Bandar Sibu: It’s Lau versus Wong

选民册并无“幽灵选民”

人联新雀刘会耀决战火箭老将黄和联

诗巫补选 会耀对和联

同是“ROBERT LAU” 会耀访长屋大受欢迎

508提名后 设4选民查询柜台

市区华人图变天 人联先稳住土著票

2千人见证 冠英宣布和联征战

新人出战传达讯息 人联知错能改

国 阵守土 派会耀攻坚

DAP sees tougher fight in Sibu by-election

诗巫再上演 重量级与新兵之战行动党黄和联对垒国阵刘会耀

黄和联上阵诗巫补选预料对垒人联刘会耀

Sibu’s challengers of the status quo

料国阵将在 诗巫重施银弹策略林冠英声称乌雪已非国阵堡垒

诗巫补选战将同日亮出底牌 国阵民联今公布人选

诗巫国席补选小高潮 朝野今公布候选人

呈报首长 只待公布 刘会耀上阵只待公布

诗巫 补选也是《非谈不可》

陈康南对诗巫国席选情有信心 看好人联胜出保住议席

陈康南:刘会耀为首选战将 另推存一人防不测

Lau’s cousin is BN’s pick for Sibu

推举刘会耀 上阵诗巫补选 人联党拒绝透露候补人选

Fury over Sibu gangster allegations

诗巫补选战云惊天人联火箭背水一战

Snap officially joins Pakatan Rakyat

4党密会达协议 砂民联成立

反对党极力争取 长屋及33%土著选民

为巫补选及州选铺路 民联领袖今抵巫造势

爱国党若插一脚 难有作为

Pakatan-Snap seals elusive deal in Sarawak

砂州民联赶在诗巫补选前成立 国民党答应加盟成第四位成员

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  1. No more to say. All that I wanted to say had been said. Sibu voters deserved this victory and they had achieved this very hard fought victory for all Malaysians who believe that Change is imminent.

    We shall not be distracted by the betrayers whom we voted in the last GE quitting PKR. It will only strengthen our resolves to change the authoritarian and highly corrupted regime of UMNO controlled BN.

    Thanks to all Malaysians who have contributed in whatever ways long before the battle began in Sibu. It shows that despite only armed with bows and arrows, Pakatan backed by people’s power,can defeat BN which was armed with all the sophisticated “weapons.

    Malaysians can now sing loudly…And now, the end is here.. And so I face the final curtain..My friend we’ll say it clear..We’ll state our case of which we’re certain…….WE DID IT OUR WAY.

    Hidup Malaysia!

    Comment by Mata Kuching — May 17, 2010 @ 6:12 AM | Reply

  2. GOOD NITE, MALAYSIA !

    Wake to a new day tomorrow! 🙂

    Comment by Watcha — May 16, 2010 @ 11:32 PM | Reply

  3. Lau Hui Yew should do what an honourable man should do..concede defeat. To all Malaysians and friends who know him, he did not lose. SUPP has lost and because SUPP is a component of a corrupted regime. Malaysians in Sibu have voted against corruption and has voted for the freedom of worship.

    God may have sent Lau Hui Yew a divine message as he has already been blessed with a rich father. God may have wanted him to be a good lawyer and if he intends to be a politician, not to be associated with a corrupted regime.

    I hope he does the most righteous thing by conceding defeat graciously.

    May God bless all Malaysians.

    Comment by Mata Kuching — May 16, 2010 @ 10:57 PM | Reply

    • In BN, you are only a ghost! They live your life!

      We got the “BUAYA” ! hehe!

      Better luck next time to Robert Muda! His Uncle may now rest in real peace!

      Comment by Watcha — May 16, 2010 @ 11:18 PM | Reply

  4. I think we can skin the “Buaya” now!!!

    Comment by Watcha — May 16, 2010 @ 6:36 PM | Reply

    • Fed all the UMNO delegates to Bujang Senang……………..

      Comment by Anak Sarawak..... — May 16, 2010 @ 6:53 PM | Reply

    • Err … you lang mau “buaya” belts or stilletos? 🙂

      Comment by Watcha — May 16, 2010 @ 7:55 PM | Reply

      • Fantastic! Rilly good music, and tastefully performed! Man, you’ve all grown up there on the bayous!

        Comment by Kaustik — May 16, 2010 @ 10:07 PM | Reply

      • Kaustik, those boys are not Malaysians! They’re Indonesians. Indonesians compose and make real good music!

        Comment by Watcha — May 16, 2010 @ 11:22 PM | Reply

  5. For the first time in Sarawak election history the two most corrupted leaders in the country had to worked overtime like their corrupted counterparts in some Latin American countries, fighting for their own political and economic survival during the Sibu Buy Election campaign.

    But people’s power with the aid of divine intervention on Allah row, will prevail as Malaysians in this Borneo state are increasingly fed up with the highly corrupted and authoritarian regime led by none other than Najib Razak as PM of Malaysia and Taib Mahmud as CM of Sarawak. The defeat of UMNO controlled BN will trigger a strong Tsunami in the coming state election that will sweep violently across Sabah and to the rest of Malaysia in the next General Election. History will be made in Sibu.

    Comment by Mata Kuching — May 16, 2010 @ 11:37 AM | Reply

  6. Am in Sibu now!

    Personally am very edgy of Dayak support. Have not got it’s feel. But being in Sibu city, urban Dayaks seem to support Robert. Have no way of telling the situation in the suburban or kampungs. Maybe they’re playing shy of opinions, that when it come to the cruz, they’ll deliver.

    Came down with a little flu from the rain yesterday. Got no Dayak feel, but got a little flu instead. Feel better now, and looks like it’ll pass off before countdown. I think Ho Leng will bag the Chinese votes and if not greater than 50% of Malay-Melanau, 50 will do.

    There’s some bouyancy in the air! 😉 Some kind of expectations. Great ones I hope! 🙂

    Reformasi may hit a little snag if Robert wins. If Ho Leng wins, the big tide, bigger than what Sibu has ever seen will carry Malaysia off and away!!!

    Comment by Watcha — May 16, 2010 @ 9:01 AM | Reply

    • The Dayak??? dont expect to much from them…… by the look from most of the news shown on TV… a gift such as hamper there can sell their soul!!!!!

      Comment by flyer.... — May 16, 2010 @ 11:42 AM | Reply

    • Gawai is 2 weeks away. Would it matter if Sarawakians get a blackout tonite?

      Comment by Watcha — May 16, 2010 @ 2:45 PM | Reply

  7. The Dayaks (including other indigenous groups) , Malays and Melanaus must not vote for just a few hundred ringgit come every election when they had never benefited from the NEP which was supposed to benefit them for the last 47 years. They must vote for long term socio-economic progress and real benefits that as Malaysians should be benefiting.

    It is a real shame that these group of people in the Sibu parliamentary constituency are still bordering along the poverty line although they are living within 100 km of Sibu town. Look at the condition of their homes. Most of the home sizes are determined by the availability or lack of building materials. Some are still using generator sets to generate limited electricity. Many are still not connected with treated water. The RM600.00 bribe given by Taib Mahmud(which the MACC and EC will not act upon) to each “door” in the longhouses will only temporary drowse their deep rooted anger. It was indeed a great insult for the NEP was supposed to eradicate their poverty and set the pace and environment for self sustainable progress especially in agriculture and farming.

    There is now a great visible sign of awakening among the rural poor. We are witnessing the beginning of the end of Taib Mahmud’s empire in this Sibu buy election and his politics of perpetually impoverish and “enslave” the rural poor is coming to an end soon.

    The Dayaks who are predominantly Christians are beginning to know their right to freedom of worship and are encouraged by all concerned Malaysians to fight for their dignity and are responding.

    The Sibu Buy Election is definitely the beginning of the end to Taib Mahmud’s empire and an end to UMNO hegemony .

    Vote for Change . Vote Pakatan-DAP to save Malaysia.

    Comment by Mata Kuching — May 15, 2010 @ 6:16 PM | Reply

  8. The day will come when money is secondary to the ‘rakyat’ of Sibu.

    They will not be bought anymore by BN.

    They are true 1BetterMalaysian who value integrity, justice and fair play.

    Integrity first, Justice Now !

    Comment by PH Chin — May 15, 2010 @ 3:29 PM | Reply

  9. The submarine deal

    A French legal team found 3 important elements in this case. Two of it
    which clearly states that there was a commission being paid.

    “Quote”
    1) This Company who transacted the deal between France/Malaysia are only a
    few months old. No experience in selling Submarine but was paid 140Mil Euro
    2) One of the Company Director is our current PM’s wife, Datin Rosmah
    Mansor! “Unquote” So? What have you got to say now?? This is CHEATING THE RAKYAT!!!

    Check out the video at :

    http://www.malaysiakini.tv/video/19186/long-wait-for-truth-in-submarine-scandal-expected.html

    Comment by Mata Kuching — May 15, 2010 @ 1:59 PM | Reply

    • The kinitv videoclip is certainly important news. Suaram has contributed to all future generations of Sarawakians and Malaysians by bringing these elements of corruption to the attention of the French courts and international media. From my understanding, the woman with a director’s post in Perimekar, the shell company that received more than 500 million ringgit, is Abdul Razak Baginda’s wife, not Najib’s. I wonder whether she can justify continuing to act as company director after the scandal caused by her husband Razak Baginda, Najib’s close friend and confidante. After Altantuya was used by him as a mistress, she was murdered by policemen who had served as Najib’s bodyguards.

      Comment by Pak Bui — May 15, 2010 @ 6:00 PM | Reply

      • Hey Pak Bui!

        Wasn’t Razak’s wife supposed to be a Magistrate at the material time?

        It’s a matter of time now. No commissions are allowed in such transactions under French laws and Taiwan had won their case!

        Damn sub won’t sink and neither will Najib, the Magistrate nor her husband!

        As yet!

        Comment by Watcha — May 16, 2010 @ 8:39 AM | Reply

  10. Sarwakians must not be fooled by Taib Mahmud’s announcement of lower or “lowest” premium for property renewal. Make no mistake, Taib Mahmud is the “government of Sarawak” and he thinks Sarawak belongs to him too. Unless and until anything he says are made into law and gazetted it is just Taib Mahmud farting! Will Sarawakians benefit from a lower premium( if ever it isgazetted and stated in the Sarawak land Code) if there is no guarantee that their properties will be renewed upon expiry?

    Taib Mahmud has long identified the urban land which he wanted to take by changing the housing ministry to that of ministry of housing and urban renewal and given special power to enter and acquire any properties or land. This minstry shall have the right to take back any residentail or commercial properties which the government of and for Taib Mahmud deemed to be in a deplorable condition and or not befitting an urban environment. With a lower land renewal premium it can only mean the market values of the Sarawak properties acquired by the government of and for Taib Mahmud shall be much lower and compensation shall be much lower accordingly.

    There is nothing that benefit the people a litlle that will not benefit Taib Mahmud tremendously. There is nothing that Taib Mahmud’s empire cannot supply to the proposed SCORE project , Aluminium Smelting project, Hydro-electric dams projects, and all major infrastructures to be implemented in Sarawak. All these did not happen by accident or chance. All thee have been planned with meticulous details with absolute power that he now enjoys. Whenever taib mahmud gives sarawakian an additional of 1% benefits he shall take back another 99% benefits for himself.

    Who is the real and main owner of Sarawak Energy Bhd, Assar Senari Port, Assar Senari Chemicals, Mukah coal power plant, Sejinkat power plant. Any layman will think it is 100% owned by the government but one need not complete primary six to know that the major shareholders of all these so-called government agencies are owned by Taib’s family and cronies. These are Taib Mahmud’s strategic companies controlling all the strategic resources in Sarawak.

    Malaysians in Sarawak must not be swayed by his announcement on lower land premium. Taib Mahmud has done all his evil calculations long ago on how to rob Sarawak and Sarawakians . We must stand our ground and exercise our right by voting out this evil and corrupted regime in Sarawak and Malaysia. By denying UMNO controlled BN every single parliamentary seat in Sarawak and the rest of Malaysians doing their part in all other states we shall defeat this evil and corrupted regime. Sibu parliamentary seat is just as important as all other parliamentary seats for us to help ourselves to defeat UMNO controlled BN.

    Vote Pakatan-DAP to save Malaysia and Sarawak.

    Comment by Mata Kuching — May 15, 2010 @ 9:46 AM | Reply

    • Dont forgett he(families and cronies) control the timber companies and Oil Palm as well…..

      “Make no mistake, Taib Mahmud is the “government of Sarawak” and he thinks Sarawak belongs to him too” YES….I guess Sarwakian now belong to Taib family and his cronies. Probably the only business he and his cronies doenst get involves is the manufacturing and selling of COFFIN!!!!

      What ever the PM promised…winning or loosing the buy election….he must deliver his promised; so to Sibu ppl…. VOTE for PR and you get all the project and fund promised by the PM!!!!

      Comment by Kick A.. H.. — May 15, 2010 @ 12:04 PM | Reply

      • You must have forgotten that most coffins are made of wood.

        Comment by Polotown — June 5, 2010 @ 5:49 PM | Reply

  11. Ho 😆 Ho 😆 Ho 😆
    💡 Go DAP Go and hope + wish that Respected Sarawakians in Sibu will vote wisely and reject that bUMNO pirates and give Pakatan Rakyat a chance to service fairly to all RAKYAT and success together in perfect harmony 💡 Thank You 😆
    Ho 😆 Ho 😆 Ho 😆

    Comment by Ho Ho Ho — May 15, 2010 @ 8:15 AM | Reply

  12. Let the people of Sibu ask the SUPP leadership this question:

    “Can Malaysia go the way of Greece becoming a bankrupt country and can Sarawak be spared if Malaysia is bankrupt?” ” – Kit for Malaysia

    Good question! Any takers? Any Hercules to hold up the sky before it jatuh on us?

    Comment by Watcha — May 11, 2010 @ 2:52 PM | Reply

  13. Gross wanton abuse by SPR in Sibu!

    SPR Official, Juden, demanded PAS flags in their own premises (tarbah)be removed because it is not contending in the BY Election.

    But PBB flags all over are OK !!! Bloody Juden is a hooligan who should be officially brought before a public tribunal. Or better drown him in the Rejang!

    Check here for pix – http://pemudasarawak.wordpress.com/2010/05/10/prk-sibu-spr-juden-pbb-boleh-pas-tak-boleh/

    Comment by Watcha — May 10, 2010 @ 12:04 PM | Reply

  14. UMNO, SUPP, PBB and BN are not liars. They’re all simply “buaya” !


    Comment by Watcha — May 10, 2010 @ 11:29 AM | Reply

  15. When is umno going to stop lying to the people of Malaysia. 47 years and how many times have they promised development in Sarawak. Why after 47 years nothing is being done and now in a by election umno gives another promise that the Government had big plans to transform the state into a developed one. If umno is sincere, Sarawak would have been developed by now and need not have to wait for another 10 years.

    Sibu voters, are you going to keep on voting umno who will not keep their promises but keep on sucking the State resources dry through their proxy in CM Taib?

    Sarawak Sibu P212 By Election – Hard Talk 4

    You cannot be wrong by voting PR/DAP but if you allow umno to remain in power there cannot be any bright future for Malaysia.

    PR/DAP is not 100% perfect but is surely 100% better than umno. BN exist in name only, all the component parties including SUPP are just umno’s puppets without any power.

    Comment by Richard Loh — May 9, 2010 @ 7:41 PM | Reply

    • Where is the Highway for Sarawak which was promised in late 1980’s.We need a Highway of standard which is at least 80% of the West if not at Par.

      Can the Oil Royalty be revised after so many donkey years.

      Comment by Jack — May 15, 2010 @ 12:03 PM | Reply

  16. Dear Sibu voters, I’m begging u to vote DAP for the sake of all Malaysian especially for those of us Sarawakian whom had been left out and behind for more than 20 years mosely in infrastructures ie road, water electricity and whatnot. Think carefully before u vote than if u ever come to KL and the whole west Malaysia u can travel by road as if u are in modern city but when ur back again in Sarawak ur will feel that ur in Myanmar or Combodia. Please vote for change. U will not loose anything but being an opposition DUN, Sibu will be not left out by UMNO/BN later. They will give U more in order to win ur heart. Than u can as more. Like our friends in Hulu Selangor, the FELDA family get RM50,000.00. So u can ask more from PM cos he is capable or giving a lot of money just for the sake of winning. So what say u.

    Comment by Bujang belelang — May 9, 2010 @ 4:15 PM | Reply

  17. Take a look at this!

    Did he say other candidates are ‘Rojak’ or what?

    [video src="http://img59.imageshack.us/img59/6788/sibubyerojakrobert.mp4" /]

    Comment by Watcha — May 9, 2010 @ 2:05 PM | Reply

  18. No Pain No Gain?

    It’s still small investment, argh Lobert! 😉

    Sawmill belonging to BN candidate’s father partially burnt down

    May 8, 10 2:36pm | A living quarters occupied by 10 workers of a sawmill belonging to the father of BN candidate for the Sibu parliamentary by-election, Robert Lau Hui Yew, was razed in a fire today.

    Sibu OCPD, ACP Shafie Ismail, when contacted, said the fire was detected about 8.20am and that no casualty was reported.

    He ruled out foul play in the fire or that it had any connection with the by-election.

    “It is just pure coincidence,” he added.

    Lau, 45, is involved in a three-cornered fight with DAP’s Wong Ho Leng and independent candidate, Narawi Haron, in the by-election that had been called following the demise of Sibu incumbent, Robert Lau Hoi Chew.

    The senior Lau is cousin of the BN candidate.

    – Bernama

    Comment by Watcha — May 8, 2010 @ 3:10 PM | Reply

    • Religion is personal relationship between yourself and God, let us not politicise that. I am a Christian, I believe in Jesus Christ as our saviour, I believe in the Trinity,” said Lau when asked if he is doing anything specific to win over the Christian votes.

      Being a Muslim, I read the Bibile, too, Tuan Lobert!

      I remember Jesus threw out the money-changers and carpet-baggers out of the synagogue. We should FLUSH you and SUPP out of the system, argh, Lobert! 😉

      Comment by Watcha — May 8, 2010 @ 3:54 PM | Reply

  19. […] one of the paragraphs of the article we said,”Every help is needed in every byelections/elections for that matter and if one coalition is so busy with its TDC that means they care for themselves […]

    Pingback by “2 Elections in Sarawak Mid-May..!!” « Audie61′s Weblog — May 6, 2010 @ 1:18 PM | Reply

  20. It’s “lelong” time lah! 🙂

    They lelong Limbang oilfields already! How about we lelong “Bau District”?

    How about Kampung “Taee”, too?

    Comment by Watcha — May 4, 2010 @ 7:15 PM | Reply

    • Guess high time for Sarawak…..MERDEKA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Comment by ps — May 5, 2010 @ 8:13 PM | Reply

  21. For those who’s agains Taib & BN in Sarawak.

    I found this on youtube and it’s Sarawak’s Local Indie Band

    The song slightly tell about BN and Taib’s legacy!

    -complete with lyrics

    Comment by Rosli Dhoby — May 3, 2010 @ 10:32 AM | Reply

    • The only way we can get high income is if we’re “free”, of BN !

      Talent and creativity can only flourish in freedom.

      Go rock Sibu, Man! 🙂

      Comment by Watcha — May 3, 2010 @ 3:57 PM | Reply

    • MATHEMATICS FOR NAJIB IN SIBU

      Flood Mitigation Measures = RM500 million (30 % for Razak Baginda Consultancy)

      Upgrade Kolei LAILA TAIB = RM 0

      SRK St Mary = RM 1 million.

      Total to date = RM 501 million

      UMNO signing away Block L & M = minus RM 320 Billion

      UMNO enjoying 50 years of free Sarawak Oil = RM 320 Billion

      UMNO owe Sarawak RM 640,000,000,000.00 minus RM501,000,000.00 =RM639,499,000,000.00

      BILAH MAHU BAYAR???? PLEASE PAY UP BEFORE THE SIBU ELECTION OTHERWISE SIBU IS GOING TO DAP.

      Comment by don't know who — May 3, 2010 @ 7:39 PM | Reply

  22. Watch what shoes Rosmah wear in Sibu!

    Can Najib explain why RM27million was spent for non-combat female staff of the Defence Ministry?

    Comment by Watcha — May 2, 2010 @ 3:56 PM | Reply

    • All the swagger on stiletto maybe sensual and sexy (APCO compliments) but –

      In his presentation, Quah said that among the more urgent matters which need to be addressed is the government debt-to-GDP ratio.

      He said that with the fiscal stimulus, Malaysia’s ratio is heading towards 70 percent in 2015 and is on an upward trajectory. Mkini

      BTW, ‘Europeans have handled matters so badly in the past few months’!

      The signs are very telling it’s not Greek any more, but very readable.

      Will they get more of our money from GST? You can bet on that one!

      Watch what goodies Najis will dish out to Sibu people!!! That’s the only thing he’s serious about – his own skin!

      Comment by Watcha — May 2, 2010 @ 5:05 PM | Reply

      • He’s done it.

        He just gave out –

        At the function, Najib announced allocations of RM35,000 each to 10 surau and RM40,000 each for eight Islamic religious schools here. M Insideer

        !

        Plain bribery! And more “otang” !!!

        OOi, Sibu People! Stop this BN Lau or we’ll all end up in the King’s Jamban!

        Comment by Watcha — May 2, 2010 @ 5:20 PM | Reply

  23. I think it’s payback time for all the hardwork DAP is doing for PAS & PKE

    DAP has delivered 85% of chinese to Nizar. Eveery damned signle election, DAP has fought hard for its allies for nothing in return. I hope there shall be no sabotage.

    For the sake of People, Wong Ho Leng must win

    Comment by looes74 — April 27, 2010 @ 9:13 PM | Reply

    • Malaysian political parties with reform agenda are basically fighting bandits and tyrants of the BN Government, ie the Malaysian Government.

      No one party, seriously calling itself a party is an island.

      But even good intentions are suspect and can be tyrannical.

      We need to get out of tyranny and dictatorships before they bury us with debts so huge we’ll loose our pants!

      Comment by Watcha — April 30, 2010 @ 1:29 PM | Reply

  24. Can someone please, run down the issues for Sibu?

    A police officer friend died of a purported heart attack there. Many knew better!

    Comment by Watcha — April 25, 2010 @ 1:04 PM | Reply

    • Can’t seem to get last Parliamentary detailed result for Sibu yet. Can someone?

      Bukit Assam Ho Leng won, may be soundly his but what about Nangka and Pelawan? What’s the various makeup of voters in these two?

      We don’t have Indians in Sibu thats for sure or we’ll have same Hulu problem as Selangor.

      Comment by Watcha — April 27, 2010 @ 12:19 PM | Reply

  25. Dear Tunku. For a West Malaysian Malay at least you realize that Sarawak and Sabah are not Malay States at all. The majority race in Sarawak are the Ibans also known as the Sea Dayaks back in the days of the Brooke era. The Bidayuhs are known as the Land Dayaks and then we have the Melanaus who some are Muslims and some are Christians then their are the Orang Ulus which are classified into a long list of sub groups(unfortunately the list is too long). I realized that not a lot of people are aware of this fact but yes there are Malays in Sarawak and they happen to be more well down to earth compare to the ones that come from across the South China Sea.

    You mention about equality towards these states. Personally I think equality does not only mean giving us back a share of our income from our natural resources, development of infrastructure etc. Equality should include having a say in our country’s affairs such as the peoples affairs. If their is really equality I think the issue of who uses the word “Allah” should have never arose. Bare in mind that most of the natives, Chinese and a few Indians in Sarawak and Sabah are Christians and they happen to be Catholics and Anglicans. Well, all thanks to the West Malaysian Malay Muslim chauvinists administrators we suddenly hear cds, books, magazines etc. being confiscated here and there left right center. A practice that has been a norm for how many decades suddenly becomes an offence all thanks to these arrogant and ignorant administrators from across the South China Sea. In Sarawak the issue of who’s religion is better was never a really a big issue. Every one in the state had mutual respect towards each others religion. All thanks to the poisonous West Malaysian influence it seems that a norm has become an offence. Some where in the constitution there is an article mentioning about freedom of religion but it seems that these administrators just do not know the purpose of having a constitution.

    I agree with “The Point of View” that until this day not even a single West Malaysian politician has said thank you to the East Malaysian states. Even if they were to say they said thank you by bringing in so called development to the East Malaysian States, basically it only happens when election day is approaching then for the next 4 to 5 years we will be forgotten.

    Basically most of those people who are at Putrajaya are out of touch with what is really happening on the ground in East Malaysia. So dear “blitz”, basically I agree with you that we will always be underdeveloped until after 4 or 5 years Putrajaya sends their Lieutenants then probably that is when development will be in hyperdrive.

    Dear “blitz”, you mention that the ones elected to represent Sarawak/Sabah betrayed their own people by selling them out. For your information it’s not that all of them wanted to but are forced to do it. They are forced to bow to the big bully chauvinist in Putrajaya. And please, any one who says the only way is to boot our BN and vote in PKR, that is not the solution. It’s no better than BN in my personal opinion. The General and his officers will be personnel s who come from across the South China Sea. It will be the same old cycle year in year out and from one GE to another GE.

    Comment by stephen tang — April 25, 2010 @ 3:12 AM | Reply

  26. written by The Point of View,
    Yes Tunku Aziz, indeed there is a heightened sense of the distorted approach adopted not just by the central rule in Kuala Lumpur, but the messages behind it. So it is wise counsel to acknowledge that Sarawak and Sabah, two distinct countries, were signatories to an international treaty, that created Malaysia. But this is just footnote in history, and there are a range of issues that need to be considered, because “confering” equality, is not exactly the right word to use here.

    There was never a case of equals when the Independent Federation of Malaya, the independent country of Sarawak, the Crown colonies of British North Borneo and Singapore, signed what eventually became a tripartite agreement, a few years later. The level of economic progress attained by those wealthier Malay States on Malaya, was at the expense of our generosity, Sarawakian generosity in abundance that was enough to drive that economic progress in Malaya. To this day, we have not heard one single word of thanks from any Malayan politician for the wealth they helped themselves to in Sarawakian Oil and Gas. Not on one occassion was that acknowledged. Why is that?

    If you have not aware of this Tunku, matters went out of hand decades ago. We’re are not only talking about the callous disregard shown to the native ethnic groups in Borneo, and their collective identities and histories, but the sheer political arrogance of Malays from Malaya, openly interfering in the politics of Sabah and raising their Standards, their Symbols, on land which they have no history in, on land which they have not shed one drop of blood on and have no linguistic or cultural ties to. It is as disgusting and as undignifying as raising the UMNO flag right in the middle of Jakarta, for example. It is the behaviour of a Colonialist mindset, no different to past colonial administrations, where the Union Jack was the accompanying standard and god save the queen the anthem. UMNO crossed a bridge too far. UMNO opened a third and impossible front in the Eastern theatre, backed only by it’s token police and military presence. Oppression is the road to evil, and Jeffery Kitingan, a Borneo Leader, a son of Borneo, placed under ISA arrest. That was the first broadside.

    I put this to you Tunku, what value do you place on the flower of your Youth???? Borneo , Java, Sulawesi, these are Islands far, far away from your Home that is the Malayan Peninsula, what value do you place in the collective soul of your Youth??? Are they prepared to suffer hunger, deprivation, pestilence, famine, war, death and disrepute, all in the name to plant their Ketuanan flag in a country far away from Home???

    History has taught as all, that the battles that are won, like Dien Bien Phu or the Tet Offensive, does not mean victory in the political stage, neither a definite military victory in the battlefield. A Treaty that was supposed to create a prosperous country has now been watered down in Deed, and practice.
    Tunku, the words you have for the neo colonialist youth at home, may be wise and good. But would they listen and apply these good words to deeds that give meaning and value ? I think not.

    Comment by stephen tang — April 25, 2010 @ 3:09 AM | Reply

    • SARAWAK FOR SALE?

      Sarawak formed Malaysia together with Malaya, Singapore & Sabah in 16th September 1963. Singapore left Malaysia to be an independent Sovereign State officially in August 1965.

      Sarawak therefore remained as one of the three entities that is collectively known as Malaysia. That is to say, Sarawak is one of three equal partners in the federation. The terms that governed the relationship where contained in the 20 point agreement (18 points for Sarawak)

      The points are listed at the end of this commentary.

      These 18th points have eroded into non existence. To name a few, the government departments are filled with officers from West Malaysia, the status of the local indigenous people continue to be unrecognized, whilst the wealth of the State is being systemically siphoned off to Malaya.

      Sarawak now is loosely and wrongly identified as one of the 13 States that make up Malaysia . Thence equal in statute to the smallest Malay State of Perlis. It is not to the advantage of Putrajaya to give recognition to these facts, whilst the local BN leaders are content to let others manage the wealth of Bumi Kenyalang.

      Slowly but surely Sarawakians are on the slippery slope to when it doesn’t mean a thing to be Sarawakians anymore. The status quo is largely due to lack of education, the lack of political will and general apathy amongst its populace.

      Further we are all too focused on the little issues, at the same time losing the right of self determination and our identity.

      The debate about Block L & Block M (read Che Det / Dr Mahathir’s blog) between Abdullah Badawai, has stirred up controversy in the news. Apparently Abdullah signed away the two blocks of oil reportedly worth USD 100 billion / RM 320 billion to Brunei, in exchange for “nothing”!

      The subject meeting was held in Brunei which Abdullah left announcing victoriously that the Brunei claim on Limbang was resolved. The Brunei palace issued a denial immediately the next day. Meanwhile the Oil Blocks are gone.

      How the Oil Blocks were lost or who was responsible and for what consideration, will continue to make waves in the news when it suits the BN / UMNO leaders.

      The thing that irks me is that this concerns Sarawakian rights, which have received no mention whatsoever in the matter. Granted our previous leaders may have foolishly granted Oil & Gas exploration to Petronas for pittance described as “oil royalty”. This does not mean that Sarawak has abdicated her rights over her resources, as the property reverts back when the exploration stops.

      Therefore the question is when did Sarawak decide to give mandate to Abdullah to sign away the rights in these two blocks? Meanwhile the Sarawakian leadership has remained mum over the issue. They seemed to be more interested in who is the new mayor of Padawan Council rather than protecting Sarawak.

      If you complained to the generation of Sarawakians who were around during the Malaysia formation, they will tell you that Sarawak at the time was between a rock and a hard place, socialist Indonesia was eyeing us at a time when the British Colonialists just wanted to go. Malaysia was seen as an option, especially with the signing of the 18 points, that could preserve the rights of Sarawakians. In addition the Federation also undertook to protect the sovereignty of the State from foreign threats.

      So when there is a dispute over Block L & Block, we should have as a nation rushed to defend our territory, we have the submarines and the army, instead our leaders saw fit to sign away those rights. Our PM expeditiously flew to Brunei and signed away the rights in their backyard.

      Without so much as a mumble, or a hearing at the International Court as with Batu Putih, we collapsed to the Sultan of Brunei. Without trying to be vulgar, a girl would have done much better at defending her virginity.

      Alas, this discussion is destined for the cobwebs of history, we have sold ourselves recently in Batang Ai as we are preparing to sell ourselves again in Sibu, this time in exchange for flood mitigation measures.

      The agreement

      Point 1: Religion
      While there was no objection to Islam being the national religion of Malaysia there should be no State religion in Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah), and the provisions relating to Islam in the present Constitution of Malaya should not apply to Borneo

      Point 2: Language
      * a. Malay should be the national language of the Federation
      * b. English should continue to be used for a period of 10 years after Malaysia Day
      * c. English should be an official language of Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) for all purposes, State or Federal, without limitation of time.

      Point 3: Constitution
      Whilst accepting that the present Constitution of the Federation of Malaya should form the basis of the Constitution of Malaysia, the Constitution of Malaysia should be a completely new document drafted and agreed in the light of a free association of states and should not be a series of amendments to a Constitution drafted and agreed by different states in totally different circumstances. A new Constitution for Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) was of course essential.

      Point 4: Head of Federation
      The Head of State in Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) should not be eligible for election as Head of the Federation

      Point 5: Name of Federation
      “Malaysia” but not “Melayu Raya”

      Point 6: Immigration
      Control over immigration into any part of Malaysia from outside should rest with the Central Government but entry into Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) should also require the approval of the State Government. The Federal Government should not be able to veto the entry of persons into Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) for State Government purposes except on strictly security grounds. Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) should have unfettered control over the movements of persons other than those in Federal Government employ from other parts of Malaysia Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah).

      Point 7: Right of Secession
      There should be no right to secede from the Federation

      Point 8: Borneanisation
      Borneanisation of the public service should proceed as quickly as possible.

      Point 9: British Officers
      Every effort should be made to encourage British Officers to remain in the public service until their places can be taken by suitably qualified people from Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah)

      Point 10: Citizenship
      The recommendation in paragraph 148(k) of the Report of the Cobbold Commission should govern the citizenship rights in the Federation of Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) subject to the following amendments:

      * a) sub-paragraph (i) should not contain the proviso as to five years residence
      * b) in order to tie up with our law, sub-paragraph (ii)(a) should read “7 out of 10 years” instead of “8 out of 10 years”
      * c) sub-paragraph (iii) should not contain any restriction tied to the citizenship of parents – a person born in Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) after Malaysia must be federal citizen.

      Point 11: Tariffs and Finance
      Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) should retain control of its own finance, development and tariff, and should have the right to work up its own taxation and to raise loans on its own credit.

      Point 12: Special position of indigenous races
      In principle, the indigenous races of Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) should enjoy special rights analogous to those enjoyed by Malays in Malaya, but the present Malays’ formula in this regard is not necessarily applicable in Borneo(Sarawak & Sabah)

      Point 13: State Government
      * a) the Prime Minister should be elected by unofficial members of Legislative Council
      * b) There should be a proper Ministerial system in Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah)

      Point 14: Transitional period
      This should be seven years and during such period legislative power must be left with the State of Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) by the Constitution and not be merely delegated to the State Government by the Federal Government

      Point 15: Education
      The existing educational system of Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) should be maintained and for this reason it should be under state control

      Point 16: Constitutional safeguards
      No amendment modification or withdrawal of any special safeguard granted to Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) should be made by the Central Government without the positive concurrence of the Government of the State of North Borneo

      The power of amending the Constitution of the State of Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) should belong exclusively to the people in the state. (Note: The United Party, The Democratic Party and the Pasok Momogun Party considered that a three-fourth majority would be required in order to effect any amendment to the Federal and State Constitutions whereas the UNKO and USNO considered a two-thirds majority would be sufficient)

      Point 17: Representation in Federal Parliament
      This should take account not only of the population of Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah) but also of its seize and potentialities and in any case should not be less than that of Singapore

      Point 18: Name of Head of State
      Yang di-Pertua Negara

      Point 19: Name of State
      Sarawak or Sabah

      Point 20: Land, Forests, Local Government, etc.
      The provisions in the Constitution of the Federation in respect of the powers of the National Land Council should not apply in Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah). Likewise, the National Council for Local Government should not apply in Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah).

      Comment by don't know who — May 2, 2010 @ 8:31 AM | Reply

      • Under Article 2 of the Constituition, any boundary changes must be decided by Parliament. There was no parliamentary debate on the issue of Block L & Block M so regardless of the cabinet meeting there can be no cessation of territory.

        Comment by homeboy — May 4, 2010 @ 11:05 AM | Reply

      • Come on all Sarawakian…..its clearly a sell out by the Pak Lah…….we’re on the loosing side eventhough granted with share to develop the area (why should we share it anyway???) it belong to us…

        Comment by ps — May 4, 2010 @ 1:50 PM | Reply

      • Excellent and enlightening comment – thanks to don’t know who.

        Comment by Pak Bui — May 5, 2010 @ 7:59 PM | Reply

      • “…Under Article 2 of the Constituition, any boundary changes must be decided by Parliament. There was no parliamentary debate on the issue of Block L & Block M so regardless of the cabinet meeting there can be no cessation of territory. …”– homeboy

        That should be the case. Right now the ‘lelong’ could be a scam. Which means it’s still ours!

        Does UMNO need a fake war as a diversion from their problems?

        BTW, why is it so fcuking difficult to get our hands on the Sarawak DUN official meeting notes, minutes, whatever they said or did in there?

        Why won’t any of the Opposition members put them on their web sites???

        Comment by Watcha — May 6, 2010 @ 4:23 PM | Reply

  27. Hi! org-org Melayu, sedarlah….sedarlah…sedarlah. U all Malays in Nangka Sibu plse wake up. Are u not having eyes what really happen to all the Malay Kampongs in Sibu? I,m very sure u all the Malays in Sibu don’t to see one day we,ll not be able to see anymore of the Malay kampong in Sibu. Comes 16.05.2010 ples give ur votes for PR/DAP in the by-election P212. I’m nobody, but I feel very sad to see that u all Malays in Sibu have lost alot of the Malay’s heritage. Where’ve been kpg-kpg Nyabor n Datu – hanya tinggal nama aje. Give PR the mandate I’m pretty sure they’ll try to maintain all races heritage. I’m also pretty sure they’ll develop the Malays kpgs where they’ll sustain the heritage. The PR group do have their professional who’ll plan for that who’ll defenitely will not rompak u of ur right in NCR n ur kpgs to develop n chase u out. If they do, they’ll be just like DCM of Penang n Bakar Arang DUN in Sungai Petani Kedah. PR means it, their wakil who not performing they have to go voluntarily or being ask to go. Go for multi-racial n go for integrity n professionality. U hold the ques.

    Comment by Minda Mandol — April 24, 2010 @ 9:31 PM | Reply

  28. When soon koh weeps,
    everybody can see.
    Is he crying for a dead friend,
    or for something he foresees.
    Sibu Supp he doesnt see,
    DAP he worries.
    soon Koh lah soon koh,
    Lu Koh bo wa koh!

    Comment by a sarawakian — April 24, 2010 @ 4:09 PM | Reply

  29. The Foochow rich and their voters are a tough challenge. The Sibu Foochow rich have often times before been lambasted with triad sympathies and connections. They are employers of all the other Foochows whose bread and butter are connected to the votes.

    How do you convince BN people that if there are meaningful reforms, there will be less of reactionaries going underground? But who’s underground when the whole BN gomen looks and acts as “underground” but sleeping above ground?

    Comment by Watcha — April 24, 2010 @ 3:18 PM | Reply

  30. I am Lorbert Lau,
    No ,not the late Robert lau;
    He was my uncle that passed away.
    I am his cousin not far away.
    Postal votes are 2K,
    that goes all to me.
    I will win by 3k majority;
    Sibu Foochows are the majority,
    Ten percent still support me.
    I will beat the DAP,
    No Snap or PKR in PR can stop me.

    Comment by Lorbert — April 23, 2010 @ 7:16 AM | Reply

  31. Sabah+Sarawak+malaya 33.33% entity EACH .
    Eversince it was Sabah+Sarawak+the other 11 states…..7.692% EACH .
    ARITHEMATICALLY SPEAKING.

    Comment by Stephen Tang — April 22, 2010 @ 5:44 PM | Reply

  32. To remind myself n all Sarawakians. Plse vote PR (PKR, DAP, PAS, SNAP), for alot of differences that will come ahead of us. We’ll get a government who care for the rakyat, we in Sarawak will have 20% oil royalty annually, PR will give priority to Sarawak so as to ensure smooth development to all the basic needs n basic infrastructures are in place. Not as what it’s now where we’re about 20 years behind. We’re actually the richest state in Malaysia but then we’re the poorest people in Malaysia. So the power is in our hands, we’ve the power to change the state government comes PRN10. We’re the people who’re landless, our NCR telah dirompak oleh perompak2 alike Pelita, Salcra n many others. We’ll fight to the end for the NCR land by kicking the PBB/BN out of the sate n gantikan dgn PR government. Let taib go to hell with his politic of development. Go for PR….PR….PR….PR. Our future is with PR the saviour of Sarawakians future generations.

    Comment by Minda Mandol — April 22, 2010 @ 5:18 PM | Reply

    • Nor BN or PR supporter….. BN is full of greedy bunch people…..PR house is in the mess now…..seems leaders cant control the YB and associate leaving the party.

      Yes…. agrees that the guys staying putt are the rakyat champion…. but when PR become minority what can they do help the rakyat.

      Unless the Dayak unites…guess there be a glimpse of hope but what do we expect from Jubu, Masin, Willie, Rining, Ronald, Sum….just to name few….

      Jabu…. has a good network fish fry supplier…

      Masin….good story teller…

      Mawan…not sure what this guy does….. dont knwo what development this guy brought to the rural area….

      Rining…..busy flying in heli with his 3 stogies….to various kampung….also dunno what they do…. guess he dont have the money flying in heli back then….. not enough sales… latest news was he want to go fishing for empurau….probably flying heli’s as well… oooh ya…no wonder he doesnt bother to ask the logger to repair road Long Lellang/Ba Kelalan/Bario……he’s travel by air…so who cares!!!!

      Sum….. development??? only visit his backyard…..and probably his quarry in Limbang! Through out his term…..guess only visited Lg Lellang once! probably he think our fellow penan voter are not important… guess same to Rining….

      Comment by fe — April 22, 2010 @ 9:44 PM | Reply

  33. Vote for liberty, not cash. Vote for unity, not Ketuanan Melayu, Cina, India or Dayak. Vote for happiness, not fear. Vote for God, not religion. Vote for Malaysia, not Barisan Nasional. Vote for honour and respect, not mega projects and corruption. Vote for the future, not the past. Vote for ourselves, not for YBs. Vote for brevity, not cowardice. Vote for justice, not power. And vote for Sarawak!

    Comment by Fabian Ngui — April 22, 2010 @ 4:25 PM | Reply

    • bravo fabian. hope this is simple enough to comprehend. cheers

      Comment by ah pek — April 22, 2010 @ 10:42 PM | Reply

  34. Whatever u all feel please don’t underestimate the voters in Sibu. They’re all matured n all of them have eyes that see things and they all know that BN government is control by umNO, the racist, the corrupts, religious extremist n et….et….et. We in Sarawak is being federalized or being neo-colonized by umNO/BN. Only PR (PKR,DAP,PAS n SNAP) will ensure we’ll be back to the true spirit of the formation of Malaysia as shrined in the perkara 18/20 Sabah/Sarawak bergabung dalam penubuhan Gagasan Malaysia in 16.09.1963. Let’s vote for PR/DAP to honour that spirit n PR will sure honour what’re there in the Agreement. Let’s make sure that the Sibu parliemntary by-election is eye-opener to all that we the people of Sarawak is meant enough is enough, we want a new state government n we want to try PR bcoz they’ve prove they’re a better government as seen in Sealngor, Penang, Kedah n Kelantan. We, Sarawakian can make that happen in Sarawak by rejecting Supp in Sibu comes 16.05.2010.

    Comment by Minda Mandol — April 21, 2010 @ 5:19 PM | Reply

  35. Looking at the two choices objectively;

    1. Vote BN = instant gratification, promises of mega projects but have to toe the line of racist policies that enrich only a few people.

    2. Vote PR = instantly shake the status quo, the BN will be more of a hurry to throw money (what else have they got?)into Sarawak to prevent the PR from getting a foothold into Sarawak,but no “instant noodles”.

    Result?

    Its a game of “chicken” between the BN & the Sibu people, whoever blinks first loses!. I must also add that the Mega Projects MAY only be implemented and WILL only benefit a few people.

    Sibu, exercise your right to vote diligently and may the result reflect on your wisdom.

    Comment by homeboy — April 20, 2010 @ 12:47 PM | Reply

    • Gratification my foot.

      The stronger the opposition, the more goodies from the BN.

      Whoever wins, the term is short. Najib needs a mandate soon or risk being called a PM who dares not face the people.

      Sibu folks should use the opportunity to vote for PR (DAP. Comes the state election or parliamentary election, it will rain money in Sibu.

      Wanna bet?

      Comment by Bumblebee — April 21, 2010 @ 11:42 PM | Reply

  36. Stop dreaming.
    Sibu is always a Supp seat and always will be .
    with or without Robert Lau.
    foochows boleh!

    Comment by A sarawakian — April 18, 2010 @ 5:04 PM | Reply

    • Sorry, I beg to differ.

      In politic there’s no ‘always’ so to speak.

      Perhaps miracle does happened in this Sibu by election.

      Comment by PH Chin — April 20, 2010 @ 10:51 AM | Reply

    • SUPP is destined to be Sarawak Unwanted People’s Party. The beginning of an end to Taib Mahmud’ empire and UMNO hegemony is strongly building up in the Sibu Buy Election. Thank God.. and HE has responded to the Allah ban by this authoritarian regime of UMNO controlled BN.

      Comment by Mata Kuching — May 15, 2010 @ 6:26 PM | Reply

  37. I hope the whole Batang Ai fiasco doesn’t repeat itself again.

    Comment by wilee — April 17, 2010 @ 9:13 PM | Reply

  38. DAP will WIN this Sibu seat.
    PKR Sarawak should wholeheartedly campaign and close rank within PR to ensure that DAP win.

    Comment by JusticenEquality — April 17, 2010 @ 4:23 PM | Reply

  39. The time is now for the ‘rakyat’ of Sibu to show all Malaysians the way to a fair and just Malaysia.

    Reject corrupt and racist leaders and send them to political oblivion.

    Show us the way, our beloved Sibuans.

    Use the power of your votes to choose a capable, accountable, responsible and righteous leader.

    Comment by PH Chin — April 17, 2010 @ 11:11 AM | Reply

  40. How many Robert Laus are there?

    “I am Robert Lau!”
    http://www.theborneopost.com/?p=24160&print=1

    Which is the one who went and which who stay?

    Is this Senior, Junior or hantu?

    Comment by Watcha — April 17, 2010 @ 10:22 AM | Reply

  41. 诗巫人民站起来,被逼下跪四七载,票投民联更实在,唐唐正正站起来。

    Comment by 泪民 — April 17, 2010 @ 8:32 AM | Reply

  42. Sibu will be the voice of Sarawak people.

    Comment by Nirman — April 17, 2010 @ 12:29 AM | Reply


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