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February 24, 2011

Apple polishing at its very best

 

Loyalists think Taib’s a ‘hard to find jewel’

BINTULU: Think what you like but the diehards and “loyalists” in Chief Minister Taib Mahmud’s party think he is a “jewel” and should be given another term “because of his ability to design and implement” development projects.

According to Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) supreme council member Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah, Taib is a politician who is willing to sacrifice his life for his people.

“Taib is like a jewel to the people of Sarawak and a leader who is very hard to find. He should be given another term to design and implement Sarawak’s development,” he said.

He added that the party had never raised the issue of Taib’s retirement and prefered to leave it to him to decide.

Come May 2011,  Taib, who has been described as “fabulously wealthy” will celebrate his 30th anniversary at the helm of the sprawling resource-rich Sarawak which also houses the poorest of
Malaysians.

The online media has been at the frontline with reports of Taib’s shocking wealth and his family’s opulent lifestyle here and abroad and his alleged plundering of state resources.

On Monday, the Swiss-based Bruno Manser Fund released a blacklist of 49 companies in eight countries which were linked to Taib and his family.Read more here

I would say that, “Taib is a Ruthless Authoritarian Leaders who is willing to sacrifice his own peoples for his families and cronies.Taib is like the Devil to the people of Sarawak and a leader who is very hard to find.He should NOT be given another term to continue his plunderings in the name of Sarawak development”

Read   Abdul Karim, Taib and life in the Big Top and also his listen to the hilarious interview with Radio Free Sarawak, explaining how he is not worried by blogs describing Taib’s wealth. He says he thinks it is “only fair” that the Chief Minister should take the opportunities of his office to become rich

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