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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Poor Ng, Helpless Ng


Ignorance from PKR Leader

My Malaysia is back with more Dominique updates. Refering to

Dominique Ng will bankrupt again … Where’s TAUKE PKR when Dominique has to thicken up his face launching ‘Save Dominique Fund’ to save his own ass? There’s no one from PKR helping him? Pakatan has no CAPITAL?

The most important thing is, if PKR can’t even help their party member; are they gonna help other people? Well, if they do help, with sincerity or with motives?

At least with reference on what is happening on Dominique Ng now, we can have certain ideas what is the party’s attributes. Not hard isn’t it? One side is preaching how great they can make a difference and the other side they’re gonna forsake their party member by not helping when he is in trouble..

Between DAP & PKR?

What can you get from DAP and PKR in this case? For sure we know that this will cause disagreement and grudges between these parties. Now, we are looking at bth parties as part of the component in Pakatan! Wth?

This is a foresee prediction that the coalition between these 2 parties will bring troubles to the leadership of Pakatan. Imagine what will happen if Pakatan took over Sarawak state? Are we gonna watch drama of inside parties everyday once they take over of who’s gona sit at which position?

PR has to measure their own capabilities before condemning BN Sarawak whereby the welfare of the people of Sarawak has been taken care of. Even though sometimes it is not favorable but BN is trying their real best in helping the people.

Don’t lose everything precious in Sarawak to the hands of some weak parties who give GREAT but also EMPTY promises just for the sake of winning the election. Look at what happen to Selangor now under PAS and the promises that have been promise but never fulfilled in other states; think twice before you cast a vote.

What will happen to Dominique Ng next??

Dominique Ng will bankrupt again …

Recently on the 14th, DUN PADUNGAN DOMINIQUE NG has handed over RM 100,000 (collected from "Save Dominique Ng Fund" ) of SAMAN to the court. Why he has to pay this HUGE amount of money?

February 2008 - Ng was said to have uttered defamatory words against CHONG SIEW CHIANG (Chong Chien Jen’s ‘Lao bei’ and 1st Sarawak DAP State Chairman) during a campaign in support of the PKR candidate for Stampin, See Chee How.

Unable to come up with the RM100, 000 at short notice, Ng launched a campaign asking the public, especially PKR supporters and sympathizers, to help him raise the amount.

Ng is DESPERATE because if he can’t pay up, he will Banned From Contesting KAPUT' in the coming GE. But taking money from citizens of Padungan?

THE END OF CONFLICT?

‘LIM PEI’ AFRAID NOT. According to local tabloids, unfortunately Ng has to face another lawsuit filed by Chong.

Is he gonna beg for money again from the public in Padungan? I would suggest him to have a rice bowl squatting at the shop corner begging like a dog instead of becoming representative of Padungan.

Dominique has FAIL the moment he seek help from the public. It is a disgrace to the people in Padungan. Is this so called PKR is helping the people? He supposes to TO-LONG the people but not DEMAND from people again and again.


CAN THE PEOPLE OF PADUNGAN COUNT ON A PERSON WHO NEEDS HELP RATHER THAN HELPING PEOPLE IN THE COMING GE????

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Rising of Missions Schools ???!!!

As major missions schools in Malaysia has been complaining on neglect and lack of funding towards mission schools, there is finally a sense of hope and a helping hand for missions schools in the country.

For Sarawakians, we all know our once RENOWN and PRESTIGE Missions schools : St. Joseph Secondary School Kuching, St. Mary Secondary School Kuching, St. Teresa Secondary School Kuching and so on. They emerge since the British Colonial period as early as 1884 till now.

St. Joseph Secondary School Kuching

St. Teresa Secondary School Kuching

St. Joseph Secondary School Miri

St. Mary Kuching

Mission Schools Go Private - It's HAPPENING...

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I am sure lots have heard that Mission Schools in Sarawak is Going PRIVATE~!!! Good news is, the federal government has approved a special allocation of RM70 MIL ~!!!! and Sarawak is getting fair share of this amount! Indeed this is a great news for missions schools in the mean time where funding is very needed.

Deputy Chief Minister and also President of SUPP Sarawak Tan Sri Dr George Chan will ensure that each mission school will get the amount they needed. He acknowledged those schools has played a vital role in Malaysia's education system. We all know most of our famous leaders and politic candidates came out from missions schools.

Thanks to SUPP because they will always fight for a better deal for these mission schools and try to resolve the problems these schools faced as best as they could. This is what we all want to see from SUPP. Although the fund is slow and there's frustration but efforts are on the go and progress is on the move.

Mission Schools have to get going and move on .... THEIR existence are indeed very SIGNIFICANT in Sarawak or.. in the whole Malaysia..


Wednesday, February 23, 2011

NZ quake: All M’sian students in Christchurch are safe




"A major search and rescue operation is underway in Christchurch yesterday where at least 100 people remain trapped under rubble.

Construction workers and search and rescue specialists toiled under floodlights to dig out survivors and the dead from buildings flattened by the earthquake that ripped the city apart.

Dozens of search and rescue and medical staff have arrived to continue with the frantic recovery effort.

Yesterday's earthquake has claimed at least 65 lives and scores more are injured in what Prime Minister John Key says "may well be New Zealand's darkest day".

The death toll is already the second highest from a New Zealand earthquake - outranked only by the 256 people killed in the violent 7.9 1931 Hawke's Bay quake, whose 70th anniversary was marked earlier this month.

Police have reported "multiple fatalities" at several locations in the downtown area, including in buses crushed by falling buildings.

Buildings have been destroyed with at least 100 people believed to be trapped inside. Rescuers warned some people remained trapped overnight."


KUALA LUMPUR(Bernama): All 390 Malaysian students in Christchurch are reported to be safe Tuesday after a strong earthquake hit the New Zealand city, toppling buildings, igniting fires and causing many deaths.

"Officers from our High Commission in Wellington went to Christchurch after the earthquake struck this morning and found the students safe," said Deputy Foreign Minister Senator A. Kohilan Pillay.

The earthquake, measuring 6.3 on the Richter scale, had cut off telecommunication links and disrupted power, making contacts with the students difficult.

Kohilan told Bernama that the High Commission had been directed to monitor the situation from Christchurch.

"At this end, Wisma Putra will open an operations room which will keep in touch with our people out there," he said.

The students are studying at the Canterbury, Otago and Lincoln universities. The Malaysian High Commission in New Zealand can be contacted at +64 421 868801 or +64 4385 2439 (contact person Datuk Dr Rosli Mohammed, Director and Counsellor of Education).

Canterbury Malaysian Students Association president Poh Eng Eu told Bernama through e-mail that his house was shaken but no visible structural damage occurred.

"The situation in the city is quite bad with 65 reported casualties so far. Telephone connection is not really good, it's hard to get hold of people so we just using send text messages most of the time," said the Petaling Jaya lad.

According to him, since the news of the earthquake broke out, he had been bombarded with calls and text messages from family members and relatives from not only Malaysia but other countries as well.

Poh said he had also contacted the Malaysian Students Department liaison officer in Wellington and told them about the situation.

This disaster follows the earthquake of Sept 4 in Christchurch which was the most destructive that New Zealand had suffered in 80 years when a 7.0 magnitude tremor damaged 100,000 homes.

There were no fatalities, but buildings were reported to have been damaged and weakened, and the city centre was cordoned off for weeks for fear that some would collapse. -

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

SUPP, The Champion of Chinese schools

Sarawak has the highest number of Chinese independent high schools totaling 14 schools, 5 of which are located in Sibu.

Take a look at the current Chung Hua Middle School 1, 2, 3 and 4 which are the fruits of SUPP. Aren’t these schools there because of them? Can we deny and ignore what have the party have done for us and the Chinese education community in the past?

Will this institution be here if not for SUPP?

The Chinese came to Sarawak 180 years ago, Chinese community has been gone to Chinese schools and the schools have been existed for so long.

They manage to survive through fund raising concerts and private donators. Chinese education is the only area which you don’t need to be in gov to help Chinese education. Today, Chinese education remain strong despites some difficulties that they are facing. Why DAP has to make such a big fuss that they can’t help Chung Hua Schools but ONLY GOVERNMENT can???

SUPP has been always behind Chinese education and contribute so much that we can ever imagine. Chinese education will not reach till this stage without the existence of this party. We CANNOT DENY that they have been one of the biggest contributors in getting grants, organizing fund raising concerts and many more.

It is the fact that in 2007 SUPP has donated RM500,000.00 to fourteen (14) Chinese Middle schools in Sarawak. The donation shows SUPP's supports and commitment in the development of Chinese education in Sarawak. Party President Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Dr George Chan Hong Nam presents the donations to the following Chinese Middle school: -

01. CHUNG HUA MIDDLE SCHOOL NO.1 (Kuching)
02. CHUNG HUA MIDDLE SCHOOL NO.3 (Kuching)
03. CHUNG HUA MIDDLE SCHOOL NO.4 (Kuching)
04. SM MIN LIT BATU KAWA (Batu Kawa)
05. SERIAN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOL (Serian)
06. MING LIK SECONDARY SCHOOL (Sarikei)
07. KIANG HIN MIDDLE SCHOOL (Sibu)
08. CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL (Sibu)
09. CITIZEN MIDDLE SCHOOL (Sibu)
10. GUONG MING MIDDLE SCHOOL (Sibu)
11. SM WONG NAI SIONG (Sibu)
12. SM KAI DEE (Bintulu)
13. PEI MIN MIDDLE SCHOOL (Miri)
14. RIAM ROAD MIDDLE SCHOOL (Miri)



Do they need to make a BIG NOISE telling all the tabloids like CERTAIN PARTIES that these are what they have done for the schools? The answer is no. For those who usually have their very BIG personal space in major tabloids are just for free publicity and attention gathering purpose only..

Monday, February 14, 2011

PAKATAN - PENIPU RAKYAT(PR)

试一试吧!最多下次制度被改了,才后悔还来得急!

行动党自三零八全国大选后处处维护回教党,并替回教党的所作所为辩护和粉饰. 行动党在丁能补选中颠倒是非,谎称回教徒女性不跟男性握手的习惯,这根本是,睁著眼睛说瞎话。

我们国家图例超过半世纪,男女人民或华裔一向来都有和异性回教徒握手,向来不是问题,为什么今天回教党却指不握手是宗教习惯?

行动党不分青红皂白,为了争取胜利和入主布城,不惜一再替回教党说好话,罔顾不利全民的回教神权国的潜在威胁。

“出卖原则”

行动党和回教党才合作3年,就口口声声的了解回教徒的习惯,之前它还曾因为回教国课题和回教党划清界线,没想到三零八大选后却变成另一副嘴脸,国民倒想请教行动党,他们到底对回教了解多少?

握手是一种礼貌的表现,华裔也强调礼尚往来,这无关触犯宗教禁忌和敏感,为何只有回教党指回教徒女性不跟异性握手是习惯,是不是全球的回教徒女徒都不和异性握手,或者这其实就是回教党贯彻神权回教统治的前奏。

现在连行动党也一直替回教党说好话,不遗余力的为回教党的神权教条辩护,这反映行动党是在出卖自己的原则和立场,协助回教党误导华社和全体大马人民,目的就只是为了夺权,完全不考虑到我们子孙的未来,任由回教神权教规侵蚀我国多元种族的特征,进而对多元社会分而治之。



神权回教国是没有民主的,一切都依据神的意思来治国。假
如行动党赞成回教国,那就是否决民主。神权回教国的执行者是谁?人类吗?人类真的能像神公正吗?还是假借神的名义,满足自己的私心欲望??除非,这些家伙,在世间已经'神化'了!历史上,宗教和政治挂勾的失败例子多到数不清,难道民联真的要让历史重演。原来,人民的命是如此低贱!为了自己的目的,一再蒙骗真相。


Friday, February 11, 2011

Incredibility of DAP



TAWAU -- Sabah Pakatan Rakyat endured another round of shock today when ten Tawau DAP leaders including publicity chief James Leong Yun Fui (picture) have quit and joined Gerakan, a Barisan Nasional (BN) component party. This came barely twenty four hours after Pakatan coalition partner, PKR's Sabah chief, Pajudin Nordin threw in the towel before joining UMNO.

The resignation of the DAP leaders was announced by Gerakan vice-president Liew Yun Fah at a Chinese New Year open house here today. The group handed their Gerakan membership application forms to Sabah BN chairman and Chief Minister Musa Aman who passed them over to Liew.

Leong said they had lost confidence in the party leadership who were only good at talking and incapable of delivering their promises.

He said only BN was capable of bringing development to the people via the 1Malaysia concept introduced by Prime Minister Najib Razak.

Musa said the resignation of DAP leaders proved that the opposition had failed to solve the people's problems and rendered them irrelevant to Sabah.

He was confident that more DAP leaders and members would leave the party to join BN component parties.

Meanwhile, Liew said the resignation was a positive sign that BN could recapture Sri Tanjung state seat from DAP.

He said the Chinese community had realised that only BN could bring them development and champion the people.

The series of resignation would have dealt Anwar Ibrahim with a major setback, and may signal a crisis within the coalition rife with infighting and now face a crisis of confidence. The loss in the Tenang by-election have prompted the national pakatan leadership into some deep soul searching but a solution to stem the haemorrhage is nowhere in sight.

Pakatan leader, Wan Azizah has been tasked to reverse the tide but currently may have to contend with the excuse that a little blood-letting from within its fold may indeed be good.