YB Dato Sri James Jemut Masing
Presiden PRS
Parti Rakyat Sarawak

Bukan lah niat nak menentukan siapa yang layak dan siapa yang tidak layak dalam pentadbiran Kabinet Negeri Sarawak. Malah Gomo orang Semenanjung juga tidak mempunyai apa apa kepentingan di dalam urusan pentadbiran Negeri Sarawak ini. Namun demi Negara Malaysia dan aspirasi rakyat Sarawak maka Gomo terpaksa masuk campur dalam memberikan pandangan dalam pentadbiran Negeri Sarawak.

Pehin Seri Taib akan sudah jelas kekal sebagai Ketua Menteri Sarawak dan yang menjadi teka teki kepada semua Rakyat Sarawak dan juga di sebelah semenanjung ini adalah Timbalan Ketua Menteri nya yang mungkin bakal di lantik dalam masa terdekat.

Sebelum PRN Sarawak Jawatan TKM di berikan kepada wakil kaum Cina dari parti SUPP namun apabila keputusan PRN Sarawak yang baru ini di lihat SUPP hanya mempunyai dua wakil sahaja dalam Kerajaan BN Sarawak yang mana dalam hal ini adalah tidak berpatutan sama sekali untuk di lantik wakil SUPP menjawat jawatan Timbalan Ketua Menteri.



Parti Rakyat Sarawak yang di ketuai Presiden nya James Jemut Masing bertanding di 9 kerusi Dun dan Menang 8 daripadanya yang mana satu kerusi yang kalah itupun adalah kerana Faktor Calon bebas yang di jadikan Kambing hitam oleh Larry Seng bekas Adun PRS terdahulu.


Sengketa Di Antara Larry dan James adalah
berpunca dari Larry Kaum Cina yang Cuba
Menguasai Parti rakyat Sarawak dengan ingin mengambil
Alih jawatan Presiden dan Menjadikan PRS sebagai
Parti yang di Kuasai Kaum Cina

Dari 9 kerusi 8 menang dan ini membuktikan bahawa PRS pasti yang berasaskan Kaum Iban majoritynya adalah Layak sama sekali dalam menjawat Jawatan Timbalan Ketua Menteri Sarawak. Jame Jemut Masing selaku Presiden PRS layak memegang jawatan tersebut.

Harus kita ingat bahawa PRS bukanlah sebuah parti yang baru malah telah lama menyokong Kerajaan Barisan Nasional. Walaupun hanya di berikan 9 kerusi Dun dan 6 kerusi Parlimen buat mereka dalam negeri Sarawak namun Komitmen mereka terhadap Barisan Nasional amatlah tinggi sama sekali. Ini lah parti yang berjuang untuk Rakyat dan juga Tulang belakang buat PBB dalam komponen Barisan Nasional.

Kami di sememanjung mengikuti perjalanan Politik Sarawak dan selepas PRN Sarawak kami dapati Kaum Cina adalah tidak menyokong Barisan Nasional walaupun wakil mereka dari SUPP memegang jawatan Timbalan Ketua Menteri dan Menteri kanan. Jelas di sini bahawa Kaum Cina sememangnya tidak memerlukan wakil mereka dalam kabinet Kerajaan Sarawak apatah lagi untuk jawatan Timbalan ketua Menteri Sarawak.


Gomo nak nyatakan di sini agar Pehin Seri Taib membuat keputusan yang rasional dengan melantik Presiden PRS Datuk Seri James Masing menjawat jawatan Timbalan Ketua Menteri. Ingatlah bahawa kaum Iban memerlukan banyak sokongan dan dengan peluang yang ada dalam meletakkan Wakil kaum Iban dalam posisi Timbalan Ketua Menteri pasti banyak lagi kemajuan yang dapat di curahkan buat Masyarakat Iban di Sarawak.

Sepanjang Gomo di Sarawak Gomo dapati kaum Iban, Melayu, Melanau dan lain lain bangsa kecuali Cina menyokong penuh kerajaan Barisan Nasional sama ada dari PBB, PRS atau SPDP. Ini mengambarkan kepada kita semua bahawa Kerajaan BN Sarawak yang baru ini perlu memenuhi aspirasi rakyat yang jelas menunjukkan suara Kaum Iban di dalam pilihanraya Negeri yang lalu inginkan wakil mereka di dalam Kerajaan dan dapat menjaga mereka seadanya.

Usah lah Pehin Seri memberi muka kepada SUPP yang mewakili kaum Cina kerana tidak ada gunanya menjaga kaum Cina yang menolak Kerajaan walaupun pelbagai kemajuan di berikan kepada mereka. Lebih elok Pehin Seri menjaga Kaum kaum lain yang sudah terbukti menyokong kerajaan BN sehinggakan memberikan kuasa kepada Pehin Seri menjawat jawatan Ketua Menteri.

Pehin Seri Taib juga mesti kekal sebagai ketua Menteri kerana apa yang di bangunkan di Sarawak masih belum cukup dan Pehin Seri mesti meneruskan pembangunan yang sedia ada bagi kemajuan Negeri Sarawak.

Gomo dengan ini menyokong agar Datuk Seri James Jemut Masing di lantik ke jawatan Timbalan Ketua Menteri Sarawak demi Aspirasi rakyat Sarawak!!!



Lebih Baik jaga Kaum Peribumi Dari
Kaum
yang Tak Sedar Dek Untung

Kredit kepada: Papa Gomo
MCA leaders back their president, and say it makes no sense to appoint candidates who don't command the people's support in the Cabinet.


 KUALA LUMPUR: There is no meaning to the appointment of defeated candidates into the Cabinet since they do not command the support of the people, said senior MCA leaders today. 

“If the candidate has lost the popular support and trust of the people he or she represents, then his or her acceptance into the Cabinet will have lost its original meaning.

“After all, he or she is considered a representative and trustee of the rakyat,” said central committee member and Deputy Home Minister Lee Chee Leong in a statement.

In view of this, Lee said he backed his president Dr Chua Soi Lek’s stand to deliberate on accepting government positions if the party fared poorly in the next general election.

“As a member of the Barisan Nasional representing the Chinese community, the rights of the Chinese community will be maintained, regardless of whether MCA has its representatives in the state and federal levels,” he added.

With talk of the general election looming, Lee said, MCA must be well-prepared to go all out to achieve brilliant results.

“Once the general election begins, the people can then review and reflect on the past performances of their representatives at both the state and federal levels and make their own judgement,” he added.

Lee said that the priority now was to consolidate and unite MCA in order to regain the trust of the Chinese community.

Following Sunday’s Sarawak state election, Chua had urged SUPP not to accept any state government posts in view of the party’s dismal performance.

This led opposition DAP to question why MCA did not do the same in the wake of its 2008 general election debacle.

Chua responded by blaming his predecessor for the decision and stated that if MCA performed badly in the next polls, the party would deliberate on whether to accept similar appointments.

 
The 1969 example

In another statement, party vice-president and Deputy Finance Minister Donald Lim Siang Chai similarly backed Chua’s assessment that the party will reconsider its position in the Cabinet if it suffers the same results as 2008 general election.

He said the party had done the same after suffering a setback in the 1969 polls.

“If MCA fails to obtain recognition from the majority of Malaysian Chinese, this will affect MCA’s position as the front-runner within BN in negotiating to secure and defend Chinese interests.

“When our party’s position is weakened, we will not be in a conducive position to maintain the interests of the ethnic Chinese community,” he said.

Yesterday, another vice-president and Deputy Youth and Sport Minister, Senator Gan Ping Sieu, said MCA’s stand on the matter was plain and clear.

“If PM’s BN leadership and transformation plans that MCA is supporting are rejected by Chinese community in the coming general election, we will consider our position in the line-up of federal and state governments, as the case may be,” he said.

-- FMT

 
By Joseph Tawie

A joint Dayak representation in the BN will ensure a Dayak deputy chief minister, a post eyed by Masing.

Dr. James Masing

KUCHING: The merger between Sarawak Barisan Nasional (BN) parties – Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) and Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) – looks set to take shape in a move which could give the joint entity a deputy chief minister’s slot.

“We are serious about it. Once the election dust has settled, the PRS merger committee will be reactivated so that talks between PRS and SPDP can proceed,” PRS president James Masing said.

He was commenting on a news report quoting him as saying that the merger plan of the two parties has to be implemented if the two Dayak-dominant parties want a bigger representation in the state cabinet, including getting the post of deputy chief minister (DCM).

The two parties when merged would have 14 Dayak elected representatives, making the new entity the second biggest party after Parti Pesaka Bumiputra Bersatu (PBB) which has 35 seats.

The merger talks began six years ago upon the suggestion of Chief Minister Taib Mahmud following the deregistration of Sarawak National Party (SNAP) and Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS) after the leadership crises.

SPDP and PRS are breakaway parties from the deregistration of SNAP and PBDS on Nov 5, 2002 and on Oct 21, 2004 respectively.

However, SNAP’s registration was restored by the Court of Appeal last year.

After being accused of having a hand in the deregistration of SNAP and PBDS, Taib wanted to be seen as trying to unite the Dayaks under the PRS-SPDP entity.

But the merger plan met a number of obstacles previously before taking a fresh step now.

Contacted by FMT, Masing said: “Whatever obstacles we have we need to negotiate and discuss them.

“We need to be a political realist at some point of time. The political landscape can change. We need to change to remain relevant,” he said.

The merger plan becomes vital now following the dismal performance of another Sarawak party, Sarawak United Peoples’ Party (SUPP), in the state polls.

The Chinese-based SUPP won only six out of 19 seats it contested, with losses including in Piasau where SUPP president and DCM Dr George Chan was defeated by a DAP greenhorn.

SUPP’s heavy defeat left a vacant DCM position which is now being eyed by the Dayak-based parties.

SNAP invited as well

Masing also called on SNAP to join the merger talks or return to the Barisan Nasional (BN) fold.

Dayak-based SNAP was another party which performed poorly in the state polls, losing in all 26 constituencies it contested.

Yesterday, DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang also mooted the idea of a merger between his party and SNAP so that they can jointly embrace the support of the Iban-Dayak community in Sarawak to get rid of BN.

DAP performed very well in the state polls by winning 12 out of the 15 urban and Chinese-majority seats it contested.

Meanwhile, SPDP president William Mawan Ikom could not be reached for comment.

However, he had reportedly said “if that is what Masing has said, I will say the same thing”.

SPDP deputy secretary-general Paul Igai said that any merger would be between parties and not elected representatives.

He said any decision would have to be taken back to the members.

Several members of the Dayak community have expressed the hope that the two parties would seriously consider the merger.
SEEKING HIS VIEWS: Masing swarmed by reporters eager to find out what transpired during the swearing in ceremony for State Cabinet Ministers as well as the status of Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) in which he is the president. Masing won the Baleh seat in the just concluded state polls.

KUCHING: PRS president Dato Sri Dr James Masing is against the idea of amending the state constitution to provide for the nomination of non-elected representatives to sit in the State Legislative Assembly (DUN).

“I do not think there is any requirement to amend the law. We are appointed as members of the Cabinet because the rakyat elect us to be there.

“Everybody must go through the due process of the law and if you don’t get it… hard luck lah. We cannot amend it just to accommodate a few who cannot make it,” he reasoned.

He added that the law practised here had been in existence for years and there was “nothing wrong with it”.

Masing, who was sworn in as a full minister yesterday after retaining his Baleh seat in the 10th state election, said the wish of the rakyat was paramount in a democratic country.

“If the rakyat elect us, so be it. The process cannot change just to accommodate a few,” he said when asked to comment on the suggestion made by Senator Datuk Idris Buang on Sunday.

Idris had suggested that the state BN government nominate non-elected representatives from the Chinese community to sit in the State Legislative Assembly after the Chinese-based SUPP suffered heavy casualties in April 16 polls.

Idris pointed out that this could be done by making amendments to the state constitution to include a provision for such nominations.

Meanwhile, DUN Speaker Dato Sri Mohamad Asfia Awang Nassar, when asked to comment on the same matter, said it was up to the state government to decide.

-- Borneo Post

By Joseph Tawie 

 

The seat was won by an independent after incumbent Larry Sng, formerly from Masing’s party, was dropped. The eventual winner is related to the incumbent.

KUCHING: President of Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) James Masing is not only bitter, but felt very hurt by the loss of the Pelagus seat to independent candidate George Lagong.

Lagong defeated PRS candidate Stanley Nyitar by a very comfortable margin of 2,837 votes when he secured 5,740 votes as against 2,903 by Stanley.

The PKR candidate, Edward Sumbang Asun, managed to secure 1,171 votes.

The constituency has 15,323 voters comprising 11,979 Ibans, 2,359 Chinese and 901 Malay/Melanau and the rest others.

PRS contested in nine seats and won eight, making it the second biggest party after PBB which has 35 seats in the new state assembly.

Asked to comment on the defeat of Pelagus seat, Masing said: “Now it dawns on me this cruel fact of life.

“The pride of poor communities is as deep as their pockets. This is most evident in politics,” he said, referring to a large sum of money that had helped influence the voting pattern in the rural areas.

However, he refused to say whether his party was sabotaged or not.

“I am not aware of it yet. In Ngemah, I had the full support of all BN parties.

“In Pelagus we lacked the necessary resources during the fight. Otherwise we would have a clean sweep,” he said, pointing out that Larry Sng and his influential father Sng Chee Hua were of no help to BN in Pelagus.

The role of the Sngs

Larry Sng, the former incumbent, was sacked from the party and had remained partyless and was dropped from contesting in this state polls.

He had insisted of contesting as a BN man, but was strongly objected by PRS.

Masing must also remember that George Lagong has blood relations with the Sngs.

Meanwhile speculation is rife that Masing may be appointed as a deputy chief minister in the Taib cabinet following the defeat of SUPP president George Chan at Piasau.

SUPP which had 12 seats before going to the polls, now only has six seats – two Chinese and four Dayaks.

“It appears that the Chinese party is being represented by the Dayaks and they should ask more from SUPP in terms of position, and so on,” said a former leader.
Semalam Anak Jengayan menerima panggilan daripada Orang Panggau bahawa Papa Gomo telah diminta untuk memberi keterangan berhubung dengan isu video seks lucah Anawar Ibrahm.
"Saya sedang menghantar Gomo ke Balai Polis ni. Gomo diminta Polis Bukit Aman untuk memberi keterangan." kata Orang Pangau.

Saya telah meminta Papa Gomo, GAP (Gerakan Anti PKR) dan Pisau.Net untuk membuat liputan kawasan yang ditandingi calon Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) iaitu Dun N.56 Baleh dan Dun N.56 Pelagus. Ketiga-tiga rakan blogger saya ini telah membuat artikle yang cukup menarik untuk bacaan semua. 

Kalau nak tahu lebih lanjut berkenaan artikel tulisan mereka. Sila layari blog; Papa Gomo, Gerakan Anti PKR dan Pisau.Net.

Berikut ialah kisah Papa Gomo dipanggil untuk memberi keterangan:



Kita lupakan politik seketika. Mari kita baca artikle tentang Sains. 

Researchers said Sunday they had solved a conundrum about human perception that has stumped philosophers and scientists alike since it was first articulated 323 years ago by an Irish politician in a letter to John Locke.

Imagine, William Molyneux wrote to the great British thinker, that a man blind from birth who has learned to identify objects -- a sphere and a cube, for example -- only through his sense of touch is suddenly able to see.
The puzzle, he continued, is "Whether he Could, by his Sight, and before he touch them, know which is the Globe and which the Cube?"

For philosophers of the time, answering "Molyneux's question," as it was known ever after, would resolve a fundamental uncertainty about the human mind.

Empiricists believed that we are born blank slates, and become the sum total of our accumulated experience.
So-called "nativists" countered that our minds are, from the outset, pre-stocked with ideas waiting to be activated by sight, sound and touch.

If a blind man who miraculously recovered his sight could instantly distinguish the cube from the globe it would mean the knowledge was somehow innate, they argued.

More recently, this "nurture vs. nature" debate has found its counterpart in modern neuroscience.
"The beauty of Molyneux's question is that it also relates to how representations are formed in the brain," said Pawan Sinha, a professor at MIT in Boston and the main architect of the study.

"Do the different modalities, or senses, build up a common representation, or are these independent representations that one cannot access even though the other modality has built it?" he asked in a phone interview.

Recent studies have suggested that the mental images we accumulate through sight and touch do, in fact, form a common pool of impressions that can be triggered and retrieved by one sense or the other.
But until now, no one has been able to design a definitive experiment.

The problem was finding subjects. They would have to have been blind at birth and then have had their sight restored, but not until they were old enough to reliably participate in tests.

Most forms of curable congenital blindness, however, are detected and cured in infancy, so such individuals are extremely rare.

More precisely, they are rare in rich countries. So in 2003, Sinha set up a program in India in cooperation with the Shroff Charity Eye Hospital in New Delhi.

Among the many patients he treated, he found five -- four boys and one girl, aged eight to 17 -- who met the criteria for surgery that would almost instantly take them from total blindness to fully seeing.

Once bandages were removed, researchers had to first be sure that the volunteers could see well.

Using objects that looked like Lego building blocks, they tested the ability to discriminate visually between similar shapes. The subjects scored nearly 100 percent.

They scored nearly as well when it came to telling the difference by touch alone, according to the study, published in Nature Neuroscience.

For the critical test, however, in which the children first felt an object and then tried to distinguish visually between that same object and a similar one, the results were barely better than if they had guessed.

"They couldn't form the connection," said Yuri Ostrovsky, also a researcher at MIT and a co-author of the study.

"The conclusion is that there does not seem to be any cross-modal" -- that is, from one sense to the other -- "representation available to perform the task," he said by phone.

The answer to Molyneux's question, then, appears to be "no": the data blind people gather tactically that allows them to identify a cup and a vase, and to tell them apart, is not accessible through vision.

At least not at first.

"From a neuro-scientific point of view, the most interesting finding is the rapidity with which this inability was compensated," said Richard Held, an emeritus professor at MIT and lead author of the study.

"Within about a week, it's done -- and that is very fast. We were surprised," he said by phone.

The overall results suggest that the human brain is more "plastic," or malleable, longer into childhood that previously thought, the researchers said.

"This challenges the dogma of 'critical periods,' the idea that if a child has been deprived of vision for the first three or four years of life, he or she will be unable to acquire any visual proficiency," Sinha said.

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AFP
Menteri Kemajuan Luar Bandar dan Wilayah merangkap naib presiden UMNO Dato Seri Mohd Shafie Aqdal telah membuat lawatan ke Rh Nudong, Nanga Ibau, Kapit untuk membantu calon Barisan Nasional (BN) N.54 Pelagus Stanley Nyitar @ Unja ak Malang untuk berkempen.


Dalam lawatan tersebut, Dato Seri Mohd Shafie telah mengumumkan peruntukkan sebanyak RM15.8 juta untuk projek bekalan elektrik Luar bandar di kawasan N.54 Pelagus dan jalan raya untuk menghubungkan Kapit ke Nanga Ibau.

Dato Seri Mohd Shafie turut menyelar calon bebas iaitu George ak Lagong yang bertanding sekadar untuk menunjukkan ketidakpuasan hati. Beliau turut memberitahu Dato Sng Chee Hua ialah kawan Anwar Ibrahim. Tambah beliau, adalah sia-sia memilih caloh bebas yang ditaja oleh orang yang mempunyai kepentingan peribadi semata-mata. Beliau menyeru kepada pengundi supaya bijak memilih wakil rakyat mereka. Wakil rakyat yang dipilih haruslah mempunyai pandangan masa depan dan berjiwa rakyat seperti Stanley Nyitar.


Turut hadir dalam lawatan tersebut ialah Ahli Parlimen Hulu Rajang, Datuk Billy Abit Joo, Ahli Parlimen Kapit, Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi, YB Senator Doris Sophia Brodie dan Walikota Kapit, En Philimon Nuing.



Anak Jengayan berkata: Nampak gayanya, menang besarlah bekas bos aku ini nanti. Hehe....
Pada hari Ahad yang lepas Exco Pemuda UMNO Malaysia yang juga Ketua Biro Aduan Komunitinya; Dato' Mohd Khairun Tan Sri Aseh Che Mat telah menyertai calon Barisan Nasional (BN) kawasan DUN N.56 Baleh, Dato' Sri Dr James Jemut Masing dan DUN N. 54 Pelagus, Encik Stanley Nyitar @ Unja ak Malang untuk berkempen di Pelagus dan Baleh. 

Pemimpin Negeri dan Pemuda UMNO.

Beliau telah melawat Bilik Operasi BN Pelagus dan Baleh untuk meninjau persediaan jentera BN di sana. Turut menyertai beliau ialah beberapa Exco Pemuda PRS dan pemimpin Pergerakan Pemuda dan Wanita PRS tempatan. 

Dato' Khairun di Bilik Operasi BN Pelagus dan Baleh.

Lebih menarik lagi apabila Dato' Khairun telah diberi penghormatan untuk mengadakan upacara 'Miring' di kediaman Dato' Sri Dr James Masing di Sungai Kapit. 

Dato' Sri Dr James, Dato' Khairun dan Stanley Nyitar sedang mengadakan upacara 'miring'.

 Pengundi-pengundi di kawasan Pelagus dan Baleh berbangga kerana dapat dapat berjumpa sendiri dengan Dato' Khairun yang sering mereka lihat melalui media massa sahaja. 

Stanley sedang berbincang sesuatu dengan YB Senator Doris

Dato' Khairun memang dikenali kerana kebaikannya membantu orang-orang yang berada dalam kesusahan melalui Biro Aduan Komuniti. Sebelum ini, beliau telah berjaya membawa balik dua orang wanita Dayak yang telah dilarikan ke Lombok, Indonesia.

Dato' Khairun percaya PRS akan dapat mempertahankan kerusi Pelagus dan Baleh dalam pilhanraya negeri kali ini.

Anak Jengayan berkata: Dato', bila kita boleh jumpa? Hehe...
If yerterday’s luncheon (7/4/2011) in Kanowit Town in anything to go by, indiction is that all the community leaders are united in backing BN-PRS candidate, Alexander Vincent in Ngemah.

Community leaders having lunch with Alexander Vincent

Well, that’s is surely good news to the BN’s camp and certainly spells trouble for the incumbent, Gabriel Adit Demong. Prior to this words were rippling on the ground that it was a huge challenge for BN to recaapture Ngemah in view of the popularity of the incumbent. Popularly known as ‘Kunchit beragum’ Gabriel Adit knows Ngemah inside out and had always been close to the people there.

Alexander Vincent, the BN candidate has also been moving frequently in the area ever since his defeat in 2006. The people are moore familiar with him this time. Response from the grassroot towards him recenntly had been very encouraging. He is said to be an ‘approachable and popular’ figure in Ngemah.

The support he gets from the community leaders is vital as these leaders are influential in their respective area and can easily influence the people in many things. In yesterday’s luncheon arranged by Alexander Vincent, all of them peldged to suppoort him as the BN candidate and would assist in the campaign trail.

Cr Stephen Chendang

A local councilor Stephen Chendang, said that there was no point in having an opposition to represent them as they could only talk but no action. He added that Alexander Vincent is very hard working and should make a good ‘Yang Berhormat’.

Another ex-councilor En Medan Nunying readily concurred with Cr Stephen Chendang that it was time to return Ngemah to BN. He said, ‘We have been deprived of meaningful development and had suffered for the past 10 years!”
 
Ex Cr Medan Nunying
 
Ngemah.News.Net says good luck to BN!
 
Credit to: Ngemah.News.Net
By Pelagus Voter

What’s going on Larry?? You’ve said time and again that you are a BN loyalist. Let me remind you of what you had said before.

Larry Sng:” I am a BN man through and through. I have been a BN man from the start and I will stay a BN man till the end. I will throw my support to BN”

Remember those words Mr Larry Sng?

Yes, they came from your mouth but NOT your heart.

Now your father Dato Sng Chee Hua is alledgedly, ready to splash RM5 Million to topple BN in Pelagus through an Independant candidate, Mr George Lagong.

Can we possibly believe that you, Larry Sng do not have a hand in the above plot??

Definitely NOT and we even have people telling us that you were asking Pelagus voters not to vote for BN.

If you, Larry Sng is truely a BN loyalist as you had always claimed then you should have stop your FATHER and your UNCLE (George Lagong) to fight against BN in Pelagus. You should instead ask them to rally behind the BN candidate!!

We now challenge you, Larry Sng to publicly declare your support to BN-PRS candidate Stanley Nyitar and and advise voters in Pelagus to vote for BN.

If you Larry Sng dare not, you shouldn’t claim to be BN loyalist anymore. You are a TRAITOR to Barisan Nasional, the Chief Minister and YAB Najib Tun Razak the Prime Minister.
Alexander being greeted upon his arrival

                  Prayer Over
Alexander Vincent BN-PRS candidate for N43 Ngemah held a prayer ceremony at his longhouse in Sg. Bawan, Kanowit on 5 April 2011, ahead of the Nomination Day for the 10th Sarawak State Election.

Alexander arriving at his longhouse



A total of 48 long house chiefs and several community leaders were present to show their support towards the BN candidate who would give a second attempt to unseat the incumbent, Gabriel Adit Demong.

Speaking at the function to a crowd of around 500 people, Alexander Vincent said he hoped to get the support of Ngemah folks in order to wrest back Ngemah from the opposition.

He further said that he had been moving around in the area since his defeat in the last State Election in 2006 and would continue to work hard to serve the people in the constituency if elected in.


"Ngemah needs a better representation in the DUN so that our voice will be heard better", said Alexander Vincent.

"Only through a BN representative can the much needed development in the are be implemented at a faster pace", he reiterated.

Meanwhile Penghulu Barnabas Angkis, urged all the people in Ngemah to rally behind Alexander Vincent so that he would win and bring more development to the area. He said, he (Alexander Vincent) has the  right attributes to be a good 'Wakil Rakyat'.

In the last State Election, Alexander Vincent (BN-PRS) lost by a small margin to an Independent candidate, Gabriel Adit popularly known as "Kuncit Beragum". Gabriel Adit subsequently jointed Parti Cinta Malaysia (PCM).

Credit to: Ngemah.News.Net



 


Gempar!! Di Kapit apabila beratus-ratus penyukong Calon Pembangkang telah menyerbu Bilik Operasi Barisan National DUN N56 Baleh.


Penyukong Calon yang diharapkan menjadi Calon SNAP di N56 Baleh Begitu kecewa dan berasa tertipu oleh George Lagong, Oleh itu mereka telah menyerbu ke Bilik Operasi BN dan mengatakan mereka akan menyukong Calon Barisan National N56 Baleh.

Menurut mereka!! .. Sebelum penamaan calon mereka telah di pujuk rayu dengan wang ringgit oleh George Lagong. Mereka diarah oleh George Lagong turun ke Pasar kapit untuk mengiringi beliau semasa penamaan calon, mereka juga dijanjikan akan dibayar semua kos minyak, wang saku dan sebagainya.

BAYANGKAN!! DARI ULU BALEH UNTUK PERGI BALIK KE KAPIT MENGGUNAKAN PERAHU PANJANG DAN KOS MINYAK YANG MAHAL????? PADA MULANYA GEORGE LAGONG YANG AKAN MENANGGUNG SEMUA KOS PERBELANJAAN.

Sebaik sampai di Kapit baru lah mereka mengetahui George lagong tidak bertanding di N56 Baleh sebaliknya bertanding di N54 Pelagus atas arahan Dato Sng… Mereka bukan sahaja kecewa kerana George Tidak bertanding di Baleh, malah George lagong tidak mahu menanggung segala Kos mereka.

Dengan berasa kecewa akhirnya mereka telah menyuarakan, yang mereka akan menyukong calon BN. Sebenarnya mereka ini adalah penyukong BN tetapi telah dihasut oleh George Lagong untuk menentang Barisan National dengan janji-janji manis …

AKHIRNYA BARISAN NATIONAL LAH YANG MENANGGUNG SEGALA KOS MEREKA….. BARISAN NATIONAL JUGA TEMPAT MEREKA MENGADU….BN LAH YANG TERBAIK. 

Bila kami tanya mereka: kenapa tak jumpa calon PKR????? 

Jawab Mereka : MEREKA TIDAK MAHU MENYUKONG CALON PKR kerana Calon PKR Frenkie Bedindang telah banyak membohongi mereka pada masa lalu… Kali ini mereka kata akan menyukong Barisan National.,
 
Kredit kepada: Orang Panggau
Oleh Boo Su-Lyn


KUALA LUMPUR, 8 April — Seorang pemimpin PKR negeri dan seorang wanita dikenakan tuduhan menerima RM50,000 sebagai rasuah untuk membolehkan seorang lelaki dikurniakan pingat negeri Kelantan yang membawa gelaran “Datuk”.

Ketua cabang Rantau Panjang Datuk Mohammad Agos Mohd Noor dihadapkan di Mahkamah Sesyen di sini di bawah Seksyen 28(1)(c) Akta SPRM 2009.

Nor Azimah Jamaludin pula dicaj di bawah Seksyen 16(a)(A) akta yang sama.
Kedua-duanya mengaku tidak bersalah.

Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) mendakwa kedua-dua tertuduh menerima RM50,000 sebagai bayaran untuk membolehkan lelaki terbabit dikurniakan Dato’ D’Raja daripada Persatuan Kerabat D’Raja DYMM Long Yunus, Kelantan.

Mohammad Agos, 51, dituduh bersubahat dengan Nor Azimah, 31, dalam menerima RM50,000 daripada Izuldin Hani Mohd Noor Disember lalu bagi membolehkannya menerima “Datuk”.

Pemimpin itu juga berhadapan dengan tuduhan alternatif bersubahat dengan Nor Azimah dalam memperdaya Izuldin untuk mempercayai bahawa dia akan dikurniakan Dato’ D’Raja.

Bagi tuduhan alternatif, Mohammad Agos dikenakan tuduhan di bawah Seksyen 420 Kanun Keseksaan.

Jika sabit kesalahan dia boleh dihukum penjara antara satu hingga 10 tahun dan juga boleh dihukum denda.

Nor Azimah, yang bekerja sendiri, juga boleh dikenakan hukuman sama di bawah tuduhan alternatif kerana cuba memperdaya Izuldin.

Pendakwa raya SPRM Datuk Abdul Razak Musa menggesa agar mahkamah menetapkan wang ikat jamin RM30,000 bagi setiap tertuduh.

Ketika merayu, Nor Azimah berkata: “Saya bekerja mengikut arahan Agos. Dia berikan arahan.”

Ibu tunggal itu berkata dia tidak mampu untuk menyediakan wang ikat jamin sebanyak RM30,000.

Bagaimanapun Abdul Razak berhujah Mohammad Agos berhadapan dengan tuduhan serius.

“Ia melibatkan kesalahan yang bertentangan dengan perlembagaan Kelantan,” katanya.

Hakim Rosbiahanin Arifin dan Rozilah Salleh membenarkan mereka diikat jamin RM30,000 setiap seorang.

Laporan hari ini menyebut Persatuan Kerabat D’Raja DYMM Long Yunus dikurniakan “Datuk” kepada 28 orang di Kota Baru Disember lalu.

Sultan Kelantan dilaporkan murka dengan tindakan persatuan itu berbuat demikian.

Kedua-dua kes itu akan disebut semula 9 Mei ini.

-- The Malaysian Insider
Pada malam 7hb April yang lepas, Calon N.54 Pelagus En Stanley Nyitar @ Unja ak Malang telah berkempen di Rumah Meliu Sg Sibau Segerenjang, Kapit.

Rombongan beliau termasuk Setiausaha Politik Kepada YAB Ketua Menteri; Wilson Nyabong dan Ketua pemuda PRS Pelagus; En Elisson Silo Bilun dan beberapa orang pemimpin Barisan Nasional (BN) tempatan. Majlis tersebut juga dihadiri oleh Tuai Rh Melian dan Rh John Rambo serta pengundi serta penduduk Rumah Meliu.

Dalam ucapannya, Stanley Nyitar telah menyeru penduduk rumah panjang terbabit untuk memberi sokongan kepada beliau untuk meneruskan kesinambungan kemajuan di kawasan mereka. Tambah beliau, hanya kerajaan BN dapat menjamin masa depan yang lebih baik kepada mereka.

Calon pembangkang dan bebas hanya muncul semasa pilihanraya dengan menabur janji-janji kosong yang tidak mungkin dapat dilaksanakan dan kemudiaan menghilangkan diri selepasa pilihanraya.

Manakala, kerajaan BN adalah kerajaan yang berpegang kepada janji dan penuh tanggungjawab. Segala janji akan ditunaikan seiring dengan seruan YAB Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak iaitu “Rakyat Didahulukan Pencapaian Diutamakan”. Beliau juga berjanji akan memastikan Pelagus diberi perhatian dalam pembangunan terutamanya pembangunan infrastuktur seperti jalan raya, kemudahan air bersih dan kemudahan elektrik.

Penduduk Rumah Meliu juga merasa bangga dan gembira kerana Stanley sebagai anak jati Pelagus dapat menjadi calon BN dan seterusnya menjadi wakil rakyat mereka.

Mereka percaya perwatakan Stanley yang cepat mesra dan perihatin dengan masalah rakyat akan membolehkan beliau mendapat sokongan padu pengundi Pelagus.


Merujuk kepada Utusan Borneo yang bertarikh 6 hb April 2011 Ketua Menteri Yang Amat Berhormat Pehin sri Abdul Taib Mahmud dengan yakin mengatakan bahawa Larry Sng sangat setia dengan Barisan National, malah Ketua Menteri begitu yakin bahawa Larry tidak akan bertanding sebagai Calon Bebas di N54 Pelagus
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Walaubagaimanapun semasa di hari penamaan calon di N54 Pelagus Kesetian Larry Sng terhadap Barisan National akhirnya terlerai apabila Ayah Larry Sng iaitu Dato Sng yang juga merupakan bekas ADUN N54 Pelagus telah menaja Seorang Calon Bebas iaitu En George Lagong untuk menentang Calon Barisan National. George Lagong merupakan bapa saudara (uncle) kepada Larry Sng.

Tidak dapat dinafikan bahawa perasaan kecewa Larry Sng dan ayahnya Dato Sng terhadap pucuk pimpinan tertinggi Barisan National kerana tidak mencalonkan Larry Sng sebagai calon Barisan National. Untuk pengetahuan Larry Sng merupakan penyandang DUN N54 Pelagus. 

MAKA UNTUK MENUNJUKKAN RASA TIDAK PUAS HATI TERHADAP PUCUK PIMPINAN TERTINGGI Barisan National MAKA BELIAU TELAH MENAJA CALON BEBAS UNTUK MENENTANG CALON Barisan National. Sebab lain beliau menentang Calon BN ialah perasaan dendam terhadap Presiden PRS Dato Sri James Jemut Masing.

Semasa di hari Penamaan calon Dato Sng telah bersorak bersama-sama penyukong Calon Bebas dan dengan begitu yakin bahawa calon Bebas tajaan beliau akan dapat menumbangkan Calon Barisan National. 

Malah selepas penamaan calon semua penyukong calon Bebas telah berpusu-pusu menyerbu ke Rumah Banglow kediaman Larry Sng, Ini kerana buat semantara kediaman Larry Sng lah yang menjadi Operation Room calon Bebas. Tindakan penyukong calon bebas yang memenuhi jalan raya dihadapan kediaman tersebut menyebabkan kesesakan lalulintas.

Menurut sumber dan cakap-cakap penyukong Calon Bebas tersebut, Dato Sng mesti menaja calon bebas untuk menentang calon Barisan National kerana tidak puas hati dengan pucuk pimpinan tertinggi Barisan National kerana telah menggugurkan Larry Sng.

APAKAH INI DIKATAKAN KESETIAN TERHADAP BARISAN NATIONAL??????!
 
Kredit kepada: Orang Panggau


KAPIT, 7 April (Bernama) — Penduduk di kawasan Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) Baleh boleh mengjangkakan banyak rangkaian jalan raya lebih baik dalam tempoh lima tahun akan datang, kata Menteri Pembangunan Tanah Datuk Seri Dr James Masing.

Masing, yang juga Presiden Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS), berkata beliau akan memastikan semua projek jalan raya di bawah Koridor Tenaga Diperbaharui Sarawak (SCORE) dilaksanakan.”Ini termasuk jalan Long Kapit/Sangan/Bintulu sejauh 150 kilometer (km) dan jalan Long Kapit/Ulu Baleh 73 km yang merupakan jalan utama dan dijangka menelan belanja RM2 bilion,” katanya kepada pemberita di sini.

Projek jalan raya Kapit/Ulu Baleh menghala ke Sungai Tunoh akan mengubah kawasan aktiviti ekonomi dan lanskap politik, dan bakal membawa limpahan manfaat yang besar, kata Masing.

Beliau berkata lembangan Sungai Tunoh di sini mempunyai kira-kira 30,000 hektar tanah yang subur bagi penanaman padi, getah dan hasil pertanian lain.

Masing berkata Gunung Hose setinggi 2,133.6 meter menjadikan kawasan itu kaya dengan sumber alam semula jadi dan mempunyai potensi besar bagi industri eko-pelancongan.

Beliau berkata kerajaan mempunyai rancangan untuk membina dua jambatan utama bagi menyeberangi Sungai Baleh dan Sungai Mujong, dengan kedua-dua projek itu menelan belanja RM150 juta.

Jambatan Baleh, katanya akan menghubungkan bandar Kapit ke kawasan seberang dan Jambatan Mujong ke kawasan pedalaman di mana banyak tanah boleh dibangunkan.

Mengenai pilihan raya negeri pada 16 April, Masing berkata PRS telah membentuk kumpulan pemantau siber bagi menangkis serangan dan tohmahan yang dilontarkan ke arah calon parti dan kerajaan BN serta melakukan kempen menerusi internet.

Beliau percaya rakyat akan memberikan mandat kepada Barisan Nasional untuk kembali memerintah selepas pilihan raya negeri ke-10 ini.

“Rakyat telah mula melihat keprihatinan, keikhlasan, kesungguhan dan inisiatif-inisiatif yang dilakukan Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak bagi mentransformasikan negeri, rakyat dan negara secara keseluruhan untuk lebih maju dan membangun, serta pendapatan per kapita lebih tinggi,” katanya.

“Faktor Najib merupakan sesuatu yang bertuah bagi negeri ini. Najib hakikatnya peneraju kemajuan bagi BN di negeri ini,” katanya.

Berbanding dengan pembangkang, Masing berkata mereka tidak mempunyai visi atau objektif ke arah kemajuan.

– BERNAMA
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http://www.papagomo.com/2011/04/4-jam-di-soal-siasat-dan-komputer-riba.html

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Hari pertama kempen pilihanraya di DUN N.54 Pelagus dan N.56 Baleh. BN telah mendahului dengan menguasai pemasangan poster. Malah, penduduk di Bandar Kapit sangat yakin yang BN akan mengekalkan kedua-dua kerusi tersebut.




Setiap penjuru Bandar Kapit cuma dihiasi oleh poster BN yang begitu sejuk mata memandang. Kemungkinan pihak pembangkang telah mengetahui yang mereka akan kalah teruk dan membuat keputusan tidak memasang poster.





Dari reaksi penduduk di Sekitar Bandar Kapit mereka begitu megah bangga melihat poster calon BN N. 54 Pelagus, En Stanley Nyitar @ Unja ak Malang anak jati Pelagus dan calon N.56 Baleh Dato Sri James Jemut Masing iaitu pemimpin kesayangan penduduk Baleh. Setiap lawatan dan perjumpaan kedua-dua calon BN ini akan disambut dengan hangat oleh penduduk Pelagus dan Baleh.

1.  Berjanji akan bersikap adil kepada semua kaum di kawasan beliau termasuk Iban, Cina, Melayu/Melanau dan Orang Ulu.

 2.   Dari segi Agama, walaupun beliau beragama kristian tetapi beliau masih bersedia untuk bersama dengan kaum Iban dalam upacara miring sekiranya dijemput. Bagi yang beragama Islam dan Buddha.  Beliau juga akan sentiasa menerima jemputan sekiranya dijemput untuk menghadiri dalam apa juga upacara keagamaan.

 3. Dengan nada yang sentiasa merendah diri beliau berjanji akan lebih bertimbang rasa dan dengan penuh hormat untuk melayan pengundi beliau dari apa juga segi.

 4. Dari segi pembangunan di kawasan N54 Pelagus. Beliau menyeru kepada semua ketua masyarakat termasuk temenggong, pemancha, penghulu dan tuai rumah supaya bekerja sama dengan beliau untuk mencapai matlamat iaitu untuk membangunkan :-


a)      Kemudahan awam - Jalan raya, bekalan elektrik, air bersih dan sebagainya. Beliau berjanji akan menyampaikan semua permintaan rakyat kepada kerajaan pusat dan cuba mengusahakan sedaya upaya untuk supaya peruntukan tersebut dapat diluluskan oleh kerajaan pusat.

b)      Pendidikan- beliau berharap supaya setiap satu ruang bilik akan terdapat sekurang-kurangnya seorang masuk universiti dan balik dengan ijazah.. cara beliau ialah mendidik dan menyedarkan betapa pentingnya pendidikan. Menurut beliau pemantauan beliau terhadap murid-murid sekolah semenjak dari sekolah rendah, menengah hinggalah ke universiti.

c)       Pembangunan ekonomi - Beliau tidak mahu kaum Iban di kapit terlalu bergantung kepada YB, seperti mana pernah Larry lakukan, kerana Larry tidak pernah cuba untuk membantu rakyat di pelagus untuk merangsangkan ekonomi. Bila kaum Iban tiada pendapatan yang tetap maka ini akan menyebabkan rakyat banyak bergantung kepada kaum lain  dan melemah kan politik kaum Iban. Selain daripada itu, beliau juga tidak akan melupakan kaum Cina dan Melayu/Melanau.
Sejurus selepas tempoh bantahan tamat pada jam 11.00 pagi semalam. Calon BN untuk DUN N.56 Baleh yang juga merupakan Presiden Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) telah memulakan kempennya ke Rh Sekang Nanga Bawai. Beliau telah diiringi isteri Datin Sri Corrine Masing, Datuk Kenneth Kanyan, Datuk James Jimbun, Pemancha David Dian, ketua-ketua masyarakat, tuai-tuai rumah dan penyokong-penyokong lain. 

Sambutan hangat telah diberikan oleh penduduk rumah panjang tersebut sehingga ruai rumah panjang dipenuhi oleh penduduk dan penyokong BN. Mereka tidak sabar hendak mendengar amanat daripada pemimpin kesayangan mereka. 

Dato Sri Dr James Masing dijangka tidak akan menghadapi kesukaran untuk mengekalkan kerusi N.56 Baleh. Pengundi-pengundi Baleh percaya calon pembangkang dari PKR iaitu Frankie Bedindang akan kalah dengan teruk dan hilang deposit. 

Dr James, Datuk Jimbum, Datuk Kenneth, Pemancha David dan Penghulu Sawing

Dr James disambut oleh penduduk Rh Sekang

Amanat penting kepada penduduk Rh Sekang

Barisan ketua masyarakat

Upacara miring sedang diadakan

Dr James sedang berbisik sesuatu kepada Datuk James Jimbun

Penyokong kuat BN

Upacara miring memohon restu
Pegawai SPR sedang mengumumkan nama-nama calon

Malcom Mussen masih sempat menjawab panggilan rakyat
Polis sedang mengawal keadaan

Perarakan mengiringi calo BN N.53 Kakus

John Sikie diiringi Datuk Seri Panglima Joseph Pairin dan penyokong BN

Exco Pemuda PRS dan juga orang kuat PRS Kakus