Sunday, February 26, 2012

Naroden Majais menyokong Nansian dan Entri untuk menghancurkan komponen BN SPDP

Naroden: It is fine to form BN Club

KUCHING: Do not condemn and corner the five initiators of the socalled Barisan Nasional (BN) Club 5 as they are still BN people.The club acts as a temporarily platform for them to voice out and it (club) is not against the party.

“Treat them as the BN people as they are never against the party; there are just some misunderstanding between them and the party president,” said Assistant Minister of Resource Planning Datuk Mohd Naroden Majais when asked to comment on the club setup by the five elected representatives (formerly of Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party – SPDP).

“It is better to form such a club which still links to BN, rather than they join the opposition or form a new party which we do not want and do not need it (new party),” Naroden disclosed after attending a meeting with the Area Development Community (ADC) of Simunjan on the Native Customary Rights (NCR) land at Wisma Bapa Malaysia here yesterday.

Naroden pointed out this was his personal comment regarding to the issue.

“For me, it is fine to form the club as it can act as a temporary platform for them before they could find the best solutions.

“Instead of condemning them and revealing something negative on the formation of the club, we should provide them some constructive suggestions or advices which are good for them,” the Assistant Minister stated.

He added if UMNO can form clubs in the university overseas, why can’t they form a club to voice out, seeking for support and also acting as the platform to assist the people at the same time.If the BN Club 5 needs to be registered, let them register.

“If we think that forming the club is not the best way or what they are doing is wrong, do let them know.They can either join the other BN component parties or find a better solution for them,” he said.

He stressed that he did not want people to condemn them with negative words; yet no one was actually telling what would be the best for them.Since a club can be formed and dissolved anytime, so just let them be.

Among the five are MP for Mas Gading Datuk Tiki Lafe, and Assemblymen Datuk Peter Nansian Ngusie (Tasik Biru), Paulus Palu Gumbang (Batu Danau), Datuk Sylvester Entri Muran (Marudi) and Bekenu Assemblywoman Rosey Yunus.

The meeting was chaired by Tuai Rumah Najib Abdullah with the attendance of more than 30 community leaders and longhouse chiefs to discuss matters pertaining to their NCR land.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Peter Chin sudah disahkan Presiden SUPP, Wong Soon Koh dan Rimbunan Hijau/Hii King Chiong tewas?

Saya Presiden yang diiktiraf

Borneo Post February 11, 2012, Saturday
Tiada persoalan lagi, akan hadiri MT BN pada Mac: Chin

Datuk Seri Peter Chin
KUCHING: Datuk Seri Peter Chin menegaskan bahawa beliau adalah Presiden Parti Rakyat Bersatu Sarawak (SUPP) yang diiktiraf.
Katanya, ia terbukti apabila beliau menerima notis daripada Barisan Nasional (BN) untuk menghadiri mesyuarat Majlis Tertinggi BN negeri dan pusat pada Mac ini.
Menurut beliau, selepas apa yang telah dilalui dan pelbagai spekulasi yang timbul, kini status beliau sebagai Presiden tidak lagi boleh dipersoalkan.
“Ya, saya adalah Presiden yang sah dan diiktiraf. Saya baharu sahaja menerima notis untuk menghadiri mesyuarat Majlis Tertinggi BN negeri dan pusat, Mac ini,” katanya.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Abu Bekir bertanding di Petra Jaya, Tanjong Manis atau Mukah?

Mahmud stays focused as he juggles trio of Sarawak’s corporate giants 

investvine, January 2012

Dato Sri Mahmud Abu Bekir Taib is one of the busiest business leaders in Sarawak with top positions in Sarawak Cable, Cahya Mata Sarawak and Titanium Management. He is now venturing into politics.
As a key figure in three major companies in Sarawak, Dato Sri Mahmud Abu Bekir Taib has to wear many hats. He is chairman of Sarawak Cable Berhad, group deputy chairman of Cahya Mata Sarawak Bhd (CMS) and also a shareholder in Titanium Management Sdn Bhd.
These three positions are enough to place him among the high-profile business leaders in the state.  But Dato Sri Mahmud has another claim to fame – he is the eldest son of the state’s Chief Minister, Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib bin Mahmud.

He said Titanium was now looking to diversify its businesses, moving away from bridge construction and focusing more on property development. Much will depend on how fast the company can lure investors.
In his role with CMS, Dato Sri Mahmud is particularly excited about the development of a 275-acre piece of land in Kuching known as The Isthmus. Via the subsidiary, CMS Land Sdn Bhd, the aim is to build a new city complete with world-class convention centre, hotels, retail outlets, commercial office space, residences, malls and a marina.
“For a long time, we were just sitting on the land,” he said. “Hopefully, we can make it the central business district. When SCORE is in full swing, we will have many high-paying jobs and more expats will be coming here. They require certain living standards that we want to provide.”
Dato Sri Mahmud is also kept busy with Sarawak Cable Bhd, in which he has a 36 per cent share. In November 2010, Sarawak Cable won a contract from Sarawak Energy Bhd for transmission lines worth RM98.68 million.
The company is acquiring the remaining 25 per cent stake it does not own in Sarwaja Timur Sdn Bhd and is proposing to acquire a 65 per cent stake in Trenergy Infrastructure Sdn Bhd.
“Sarawak Cable is very focused and very strong,” said Dato Sri Mahmud.
Dato Sri Mahmud has reportedly said that he may enter politics.
“I have always thought politics to be very interesting. I merely helped (what help?) ‘in the background’ in the past. Now I feel that I can contribute more directly to the people. I can be more effective through politics. Dato Sri Mahmud is a member of the Parti Pesaka Bumiputra Party (when? which ranting/cawangan? what post?), which is part of Malaysia’s ruling Barisan Nasional coalition.

Investvine article ends.

Dato Sri Abu Bekir Taib berkemungkinan bertanding kerusi Petra Jaya kerana ia adalah dekat dengan rumahnya dan senang untuk meninjau sebagai ahli parlimen.  Juga jika Dato Sri Abu Bekir Taib menjadi ahli parlimen mestilah mempunyai jawatan yang tinggi dalam parti PBB.  Yang paling sesuai untuknya adalah jawatan Ketua Pemuda.  Adalah 'economical' untuk memberi kerusi Petra Jaya kepada Dato Sri Abu Bekir dan sekaligus Ketua Pemuda PBB dalam Konvensyen PBB tahun depan.  YB Datuk Fadilah Yusuf boleh mengambil kerusi Naib Presiden YB Datuk Daud Rahman yang sudah menyatakan bahawa in adalah penggal terakhir beliau dalam DUN Sarawak.

Pilihan kedua adalah Tanjong Manis.  Dato Sri Abu Bekir AMAT AKRAB dengan ahli parlimen Tanjong Manis iaitu YB Datuk Norah Rahman.  Kakitangan Yb Datuk Norah Tun Rahman memperkatakan dengan bangganya bahawa Dato Sri Abu Bekir bermakan malam di rumah YB Datuk Norah Tun Rahman setiap 2 atau 3 minggu.  Dato Sri Abu Bekir boleh memberi Yb Datuk Norah Tun Rahman 'persaraan' yang memadai untuk beliau memberi kerusi itu kepadanya. 

Pehin Sri Abdul Taib di nasihati oleh Robert Geneid dan adiknya Raziah untuk 'stay in office' sampai mati.

Selain bapak Pehin Srinya, Datuk Sri Abu Bekir juga mendapat sokongan daripada 'inner circle superforce' iaitu Robert Geneid, Raziah Mahmud, Datu Mustapa Han, YB Datuk Amar Awang Tengah, YB Datuk Amar Awang Asfia dan Chris Choong.

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Percubaan tubuh kelab BN oleh rebel SPDP dan/atau SUPP salah - Timbalan Speaker Dewan Rakyat

Formation of BN Club not the answer, says Junaidi

KUCHING: The formation of a Barisan Nasional (BN) Club is not the best solution to overcome internal problems of any Barisan Nasional (BN) component party because by doing so (forming such a club), not only will it make matter worse but such action will eventually affects BN itself.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Blog Rasmi SUPP menyatakan bahawa Taib berbohong lagi

Kepimpinan SUPP menunjukkan ketidakpuasan hati mereka lagi apabila blogger di bawah Biro Penerangan SUPP telah menerbitkan artikel dibawah (sila klik link):-

Blog Rasmi SUPP

Monday, February 6, 2012

Maulidur Rasul 1433

Allah telah berfirman kepada Rasulullah (s.a.w) untuk mengingatkan ummatnya yang mengakui mencintai Allah, untuk mencintai NabiNya dan katakanlah kepada mereka,"Jika kamu mencintai Allah, ikutlah (dan cintai dan hormati) aku, dan Allah akan mencintai kamu" (3:31) Sambutan Maulidurrasul (s.a.w) merupakan natijah atau kesan akan adanya perasaan kecintaan terhadap Rasulullah (s.a.w), perasaan taat kepada baginda, sentiasa mengingati baginda, mencontohi baginda dan berbangga dengan baginda sebagaimana Allah bangga terhadap baginda kerana Allah memuji akan baginda didalam Al-Quran, "Sesungguhnya engkau mempunyai akhlaq yang mulia" (al-Qalam:4) Tahap kecintaan kepada Rasulullah (s.a.w), merupakan antara pengukur kepada tahap kesempurnaan keimanan antara seseorang mukmin dan seorang mukmin yang lain. Dalam sebuah hadith sahih yang diriwayatkan oleh Bukhari dan Muslim, Rasulullah (s.a.w) telah bersabda,"Tidak sempurna iman kamu sehingga aku lebih dicintainya daripada anak, ibu bapa dan manusia seluruhnya." Dalam sebuah hadith lain yang diriwayatkan oleh Bukhari Rasulullah (s.a.w) berfirman,"Tidak sempurna iman kamu sehingga aku kamu lebih cintai daripada diri kamu sendiri." Dan Sayyidina 'Umar berkata,"Ya Rasulullah aku mencintaimu lebih daripada diriku sendiri. Kesempurnaan iman seseorang itu amat bergantung pada kecintaannya terhadap Rasulullah (s.a.w) dan para Malaikat sentiasa memuji baginda sebagaimana yang dimaksudkan didalam ayat al-Quran yang berbunyi, "Sesungguhnya Allah dan para Malaikat sentiasa bersalawat keatas Nabi" (33:56). Seterusnya ayat ini disambung dengan perintah Tuhan,"Wahai orang-orang yang beriman berselawatlah kamu keatasnya". Ayat ini sahaja menjadi bukti bahawa kualiti iman seseorang itu bergantung kepada dan dizahirkan melalui selawat kepada Nabi (s.a.w). Ya Allah! Limpahkanlah selawat serta salam kepada Nabi, ahli keluarga baginda dan para sahabat.

Thursday, February 2, 2012

See Chee How salah mengenai dakwaan Taib menghina kaum Cina atau campurtangan dalam SUPP

Chinese ‘will retaliate’ against Taib’s stunt

Joseph Tawie | January 31, 2012
Offended Chinese members in SUPP likely to hold back their support for Taib Mahmud in the parliamentary polls.
KUCHING: Taib Mahmud’s divide-and-rule politics with the Chinese community in Sarawak may well backfire on him in the coming parliamentary elections.
His noticeable absence from Sarawak United People’s Party’s (SUPP) Chinese New Year open house last Monday has angered members who believe that as the Chief Minister of the state, he should not take sides in SUPP’s internal strife.
Thousands of Chinese from Serian, Siburan, Bau and Kuching were disappointed at Taib’s absence. They viewed it as an insult to both SUPP president and the party.
Taib’s excuse for not attending the open house was his “age” but that didn’t stop him for visiting the homes of prominent Chinese leader in Miri and Sibu with Wong and leaders of his group.
Speaking to FMT, Sarawak PKR vice-chairman See Chee How said that it was obvious that Taib was playing a “game” of trying to divide the community.
“It was so obvious right from the first day; he was playing that game. Probably he was trying to show that he was not happy with the federal government.
“But this is not the time to do it. It is not good to use festive occasions such as the Chinese New Year, Gawai Dayak, Hari Raya and Christmas to divide the people.
“These are occasions where we should unite the people of various races,” said See, who is the Batu Lintang assemblyman.

Taib killing SUPP

See said that Taib’s stunt to further divide SUPP was actually a move to try kill off SUPP at the end of the day.
“But in the process, Taib may also lose support from the Chinese in areas controlled by PBB, SPDP and PRS, as leaders of these parties did not respect the Chinese during the Chinese New Year.
“They (the Chinese voters) will surely retaliate come the parliamentary election,” he added.
It is said that Chin had the blessing of Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak to contest for the top post in SUPP. A bitter dispute ensued with Wong and his team who lodged reports with the Registrar of Societies (ROS) over irregularities by Chin’s supporters in branch-level polls.
Wong and team then boycotted the TDC, forfeiting their right to contest in the party’s presidential polls. They are of the view that both the TDC and the elections were illegal.
So when Najib officiated at the TDC, Taib was nowhere to be seen.

No sign of retiring

His absence prompted many political observers to think that Taib was deliberately trying to embarrass Najib and SUPP leaders.
Taib could have several reasons for not attending the SUPP’s TDC.
One of them could be the numerous allegations of corruption and abuse of power against Taib by several quarters which want Najib to take action.
The other reason could be that Najib is said to have been trying to put pressure on Taib to step down as he (Taib) could be the reason why the Chinese would vote against BN in the coming parliamentary election as they did in the state election.
Taib had promised Najib to quit as chief minister soon after the state election. But until today, nothing is heard of Taib’s stepping down.

FMT ends.

Words by the innermost circle of Taib saying that Taib wants to stay in CM post for lifetime or until he dies is not true.  Taib will keep to his promise of stepping down or retiring soon after last years state election.