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Whilst many of us may be distracted by SNAP I would urge Christians in Sarawak to continue pressuring your pastors and priests to speak from the heart and FROM the PULPIT. 308 demonstrated the power of the pulpit. We are too familiar with how BN will play the Bible bit. They will be relentless in not giving in to pressure but can also turn magnanimous just before the election and “free” your bibles. Bet you if this happens, some Christians will be in euphoric fits whilst BN gives that knowing wink. Brethren, don’t be in high heaven too soon. Don’t be fooled again! Watch Jalal! How many times are you going to be DUPED?
SNAP has too long been in the doldrums. Baring aside this sudden resurgence plus an infusion of funds, perceptions are having a field day. Knee-jerk reactions invariably surface and experts freely give their 2cents. This thought occurred to me amidst all these. No way can SNAP and PKR be bed-mates after this tussle over seats. It is too late to form any pacts now. But when this is over, maybe SNAP could forge some new relationship. SNAP would latch on to a party that has proved itself in 2006 and 2010, DAP that is. The elusive goal in Sarawak is the native votes. This coming together would dispel the stigma that DAP is a race-based party. Just a thought….maybe worth another round of thinking, yah?