Monday, March 30, 2009


I am feeling good by the day about Batang Ai.

This morning,
Johnny Chuat, an Iban blogger and publisher of an Iban magazine, who entererd the nomination centre at about 9am failed to submit his papers as an independent.

Coming out of the centre, he wore a PKR shirt and met his supporters, telling them to support Jawah Gerang.

Late last week Jawah’s former BN colleague banded together and pledged support for him.

Broken Shield's Joe "Jetty" Tawei report posted today gives one the impression, that some TUAI RUMAH'S, long in the strangle-hold of Iban BN cronies of the TERMITE, is standing up and saying "ENOUGH IS ENOUGH".

Joe's take:

  1. A BN gathering at Kaong

    Joseph Entulu, PRS deputy president and Joseph Salang, PRS information chief, last night campaigned at Rumah Ambau, Kaong for their candidate Malcolm Mussen.

    Like in any other longhouses, Tuai Rumah Ambau, while welcoming the two deputy ministers, called on his people not to vote for the BN candidate and told them why.

    Several people tried to stop him talking, but he continued talking and repeated what he said “don’t vote for BN candidate.” The two deputy ministers were clearly not amused, but strong supporters of BN were stunned.

    Others (perhaps PKR supporters) smiled. Even if the Tuai Rumah did not make a genuine mistake, the damage has been done.


more a slap in the face than a kick in the ass, yes?



flyer168 said...



“Devine Intervention” works “Wonders”….

All the Grandoise Plans of ALL their Incoming Wannabes will Backfire….

Remember “What goes round, will come round to “Haunt” these Desperate UMNO/BN Ketuanan Beggars”

What I call “COLLATERAL DAMAGE” to their own “UMNO/BN Ketuanan” Warlords & their supporters….


A “Royal Salute & Check-mate SLAP in UMNO’S/BN’s face.

I will say it again….

It may happen sooner rather than later…

All our prayers to God Almighty seeking “Sanity, Truth, Justice, Freedom & Equality” will be answered.

wandererAUS said...

Chinese all souls' day is nearing, the ghost of Altantayu must be wandering the streets to meet up with Mongolian C4...and, playing havoc with his BN clowns!

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...


Let's respect every voter's right
Let no voter be put under fright
Let no voter's vote take flight
Let each voter's smile be bright

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 300309
Mon. 30th Mar. 2009.

backStreetGluttons said...

Dear Bernard
Would be honored to meet up with you again in Bk Gantang before or on the 7th April.

Some of us damn angry Perakians will be there before 7 April to support Democracy & justice , and of course to meet up with the Warrior again !

TQ & cheers !


Anonymous said...

It's good to see so many well educated Dayaks supporting PR by their physical presence in Batang Ai and also by spreading their support through blogging. This bodes well for the opposition. Even if the opposition is to lose this one against all the Maggi mee and the millions in bribes by BN, all is not lost. This election if anything, will provide the impetus for the opposition to make itself known to all the Dayaks in the whole Sarawak which is critical for the coming general election in Sarawak. It takes time to convince the longhouse dwellers so the time factor might not be to PR advantage this time round. I hope I'm proven wrong and PR will triumphant in this one.

Friend of Lakia

Anonymous said...

Believe it or not.. the soul of Altantuya appeared in all the by -elections.

Unseen & silence supporter of the truth nothing but the truth.

Hallo , is it you ? I can see your smile in the cloudy sky.Ya. justice will done !!

Unknown said...

yes, bring the "tsunami" to east malaysia!!!

Anonymous said...

The SPR only took into consideration the UMNO meeting dates, they overlook the Qing Ming. The will surely die standing when Altantuya and the rest turn up at their ceramah! I can't imagine how horrible it will when they meet headless hunters in Batang Ai and the bits and pieces of Altantuya...


Bobby said...

The Dayaks and Ibans must be reminded to unite together. They have been unable to stand together for too long, and enabled the BN government to screw them for over 30 years.