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March 28, 2012

Graf kenaikan harga minyak di Malaysia sebelum PRU12 dan selepas PRU12. Adakah situasi ni akan berulang lagi selepas PRU13 nanti?

Filed under: 13th General Election,Barisan Nasional — Pengayau @ 11:18 am
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Harga Minyak Harga Minyak RON95 Tidak Naik Buat Masa Ini, Walaupun Harga Minyak Dunia Naik??

Alhamdulillah, kerajaan Malaysia di bawah Perdana Menteri telah pun berjanji yang mana harga minyak petrol RON95 masih lagi kekal buat masa ini walaupun berlakunya harga minyak dunia ketika ini. Dan terbaru, ia diulangi sekali lagi oleh Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.trans Harga Minyak RON95 Tidak Naik Buat Masa Ini, Walaupun Harga Minyak Dunia Naik??

Subsidi RON95 Naik 10 Sen, Harga Minyak Petrol Kekal RM1.90

PUTRAJAYA: Kenaikan harga minyak global menyebabkan subsidi untuk petrol RON95 sebanyak 10 sen kepada RM1.03 seliter pada Mac, kata Menteri Perdagangan Dalam Negeri, Koperasi dan Kepenggunaan, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob pada Selasa.

Harga petrol bagi RON95 kekal pada RM1.90 per liter.

“Sejak harga petroleum dunia meningkat, kerajaan terpaksa meningkatkan subsidi bagi memastikan rakyat tidak dibebani dengan kesan sampingan,” katanya di sini, Selasa.

Kali terakhir harga minyak RON95 dikaji semula pada Disember lalu apabila harga minyak naik daripada RM1.85 seliter kepada RM1.90.

Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak pada akhir Februari lalu berjanji bahawa harga minyak petrol RON95, yang digunakan secara meluas oleh pemilik kenderaan, akan dikekalkan buat masa ini walaupun kenaikan harga minyak global. Sumber : Mstar)

Moga-moga kenyataan seperti di atas benar-benar dipegang oleh pihak kerajaan. Bukan apa, sebenarnya kenyataan seperti ini pernah kedengaran di telinga kami sekitar 4 tahun lalu. Bunyinya seperti begini….

Februari 2008 : Harga Minyak Tidak Naik (Datuk Najib)

Minyak Petrol Harga Minyak RON95 Tidak Naik Buat Masa Ini, Walaupun Harga Minyak Dunia Naik??

(Sumber : Utusan Malaysia)

Kami yakin pada masa itu ramai yang meletakkan harapan yang tinggi dengan kenyataan kalangan menteri. Masakan tidak, jika benar-benar berlaku kenaikan harga minyak, ia bakal memberikan impak secara rantaian kepada kenaikan semua harga barang di Malaysia.

3 Bulan Kemudian : Semboyan Kenaikan Harga Minyak di Malaysia Telah Berbunyi

Tetapi belum puas kalangan rakyat Malaysia meraikan kejayaan dan kemenangan parti masing-masing semasa Pilihanraya Umum 2008, yang dipilih oleh kalangan mereka tidak kira lah daripada Barisan Nasional mahupun Pakatan Rakyat, akhirnya sudah mula kedengaran harga minyak bakal dinaikkan tidak lama lagi.

“Kalau begitu janji kerajaan melalui Datuk Najib hanya mampu bertahan untuk 3-4 bulan sahaja?”

Bermakna kalau disemak semula kenyataan bekas Menteri Perdagangan Dalam Negeri dan Hal Ehwal Pengguna pada masa itu, Datuk Shahrir Abdul Samad, rakyat Malaysia ada 2 bulan lagi untuk bersedia menghadapigelombang kenaikan harga minyak yang dijangka berlaku pada bulan Ogos.

Harga Minyak Malaysia Harga Minyak RON95 Tidak Naik Buat Masa Ini, Walaupun Harga Minyak Dunia Naik??

(sumber : Mstar)

Tiba-tiba, selepas 2 hari sahaja kenyataan dikeluarkan oleh menteri berkenaan harga minyak di Malaysia, rakyat Malaysia dikejutkan dengankenaikan yang mendadak di mana harga minyak terus dinaikkan, bukannya pada paras 10 sen20, sen , 40 sen70 sen tetapi kenaikan tertinggi iaitu sebanyak 78 sen. Sedangkan, kita iaitu Malaysia merupakan pengeluar minyak. Setiap satu dolar kenaikan harga minyak dunia, Malaysia berjaya mengaut keuntungan beratus juta dolar Amerika.

Jun 2008: Akhirnya, Harga Minyak Naik 78 sen

Kenaikan Minyak Naik Harga Minyak RON95 Tidak Naik Buat Masa Ini, Walaupun Harga Minyak Dunia Naik??

Sumber : Utusan Malaysia

Harga Minyak Naik Harga Minyak RON95 Tidak Naik Buat Masa Ini, Walaupun Harga Minyak Dunia Naik??

(Sumber Infografik : Malaysiakini)

Mungkin Datuk Seri Najib dan Datuk Ismail boleh memperjelaskan kepada rakyat Malaysia selepas ini. Contohnya, apabila berlaku setiap kenaikan harga minyak dunia, berapa perolehan pendapatan kepada Malaysia selaku pengeksport minyak yang berkualiti tinggi? Dan sehingga di paras mana Malaysia masih boleh bertahan lagi pada harga minyak yang digunakan rakyat Malaysia ketika ini. 2 bulan, 3 bulan, 4 bulan atau…..?

Dan jika harga minyak boleh dinaikkan, adakah kerajaan juga benar-benar bersedia untuk menurunkan harga minyak semula jika harga minyak dunia kembali kepada sediakala?

P/S : Apa respon anda pula mengenai isu harga minyak ini?

 

Ingat BN, Ingat Barang Naik

Ingat BN, Ingat Bini Najib

Ingat BN, Ingat Banyak Naik

Ingat BN, Ingat Barua Negara

Ingat BN, Ingat Babi Negara

Ingat BN, Ingat Baziran Nasional

Ingat BN, Ingat Barisan Najis

BN : Bullshit Nonsense!

Setiap Undian Membawa Padah, Katakan Tak Nak Untuk BN!

BREAKING NEWS!! Victory for Stop Corruption Dams campaign as Rio Tinto scraps Sarawak smelter plans


Taken from Sun Daily

Rio Tinto, CMS scrap US$2b smelter project in Malaysia

Posted on 27 March 2012 – 08:29pm
Last updated on 27 March 2012 – 08:38pm

KUALA LUMPUR (March 27, 2012): Rio Tinto, the world’s third largest miner, and Cahya Mata Sarawak Bhd (CMS) have scrapped plans for a US$2 billion aluminium smelter project in Malaysia’s Borneo island state of Sarawak as power supply terms could not be finalised, CMS said in on Tuesday.

CMS, a financial and construction conglomerate based in Sarawak, said both companies had worked to set up an aluminium smelter for years but could not agree on the commercial power supply terms with Sarawak Energy Bhd.

“As a result, Rio Tinto Aluminium (Malaysia) and CMS have agreed that they would cease to pursue plans to jointly develop an aluminium smelter at Samalaju in Sarawak but remain open to other future possible collaborations,” CMS group managing director Richard Curtis said in a statement.

The aluminium smelter was supposed to have an annual capacity of 1.5 million tonnes to meet surging demand from China and other developing economies.

But the project, which was first announced in 2007, had not gone beyond the planning stage due to delays in constructing Bakun dam — one of the world’s largest hydroelectric dams — that would provide cheap power to energy-guzzling smelter.

Malaysia’s government last year set a lower rate on the power generated from the Bakun dam in Sarawak, selling it to
Sarawak Energy at 6.25 sen per kilowatt hour (KwH) with an expected increase of 1.5% every year.

The new rate is within Sarawak’s offer to buy electricity at 5 sen and 7 sen per KwH in order to secure investments from smelters for whom energy accounts for a third of costs. – Reuters

From Sarawak Report

Backing Out Of Bakun – Rio Tinto Pulls Out!

Posted Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

Only two out of the eight turbines are working, there is no use for the electricity – and yet Taib and Hydro Tasmania are working flat out to build a string more of these destructive dams across all the rivers of Sarawak

The question marks over Taib’s pet mega-project, the billion dollar Bakun Dam, have just multiplied into a full-blown crisis for the so-called ‘CEO of Sarawak’.

The global mining company, Rio Tinto Alcan, has just announced that it is pulling out of the much-touted aluminium smelter venture, SALCO.

This was the flagship project, that was supposed to form the backbone of Taib’s plans to employ the huge surge of hydro-electricity from this enormous structure.

And it leaves the whole fantasy of the Chief Minister’s SCORE (Sarawak Corridor of Energy) concept and his plans to build yet 12 more huge dams hanging in tatters.

Bakun is fast turning into the monstrous white elephant that many had long feared it would.

So much suffering for no use

Floating homes – the Ukip people have returned to their flooded homelands rather than suffer displacement in refugee settlements

Over past weeks and months Sarawak Report has detailed some of the suffering and harm caused by the dam to ordinary people of Sarawak and Malaysia.

Quite apart from the environmental devastation caused by the logging and flooding of a pristine jungle area the size of Singapore and the disruption to the life of Sarawak’s greatest river, the project has brought nothing but misery to the local people.

Ten thousand were forced from their homes, in return for promises of compensation and jobs, which turned into dust once the land had been cleared.

Life is so bleak in the re-settlement zones that many of the native people have chosen to return to their old lands, clinging to the banks of the rising dam waters in their now floating homes.

While people suffered, local MP Billy Abit Joo profited !

And as we have exposed, many of the jobs and contracts presented as opportunities for local communities, were in fact corruptly taken over by hangers on and BN political cronies of the area, like the Federal MP Billy Abit Joo, who has became the main shareholder and beneficiary of the so-called ‘people’s cooperative’ Wargana Consortium.

Sarawak Report and other NGOs have been vigorously drawing attention to these outrages and such information will not have gone un-noticed by a company such as Rio Tinto Alcan, which is sensitive to the views of its western shareholders when it comes to human rights and environmental issues.

Why did Rio Tinto Alcan really pull out of SALCO?

The reason given for Rio Tinto Alcan’s decision to pull out of the planned US$2billion smelter was politely described as a failure to come to an agreement over the price of the electricity being offered from the Bakun Dam.

This is probably indeed a large part of the reason.  The conglomerate was tempted to pull out of its existing operations such as Canada, the UK and Australia as long as it could be guaranteed dirt free electricity.  However, what benefit was that to the people of Sarawak?

Key players in the SALCO project were Taib, Robert Geneid and CMS’s Richard Curtis

The point of the dam was to make money!

In fact there is an urgent need to make money from Bakun, in order to somehow pay back the billions that have been siphoned out of the Employees Provident Fund and other Malaysian government pension schemes to build it.

If Bakun cannot get a decent price for its electricity, then those pensioners will lose out.

With the prospects looking grimmer by the day the ‘CEO of Sarawak’ and his BN buddies in the Federal Government are surely at last beginning to realise why no private investors were prepared to touch the project!

Failure! – Key players like CMS’s Richard Curtis had put their hopes on winning this key project that would have poured money into Taib’s family company!

So, maybe Rio Tinto Alcan’s demands for virtually free electricitywere too much even for Taib and his desperate team lead by brother-in-law, Robert Geneid, and CMS CEO, Richard Curtis, who had invested all their hopes in winning this bid?

Corruption!

We exposed how Australian Commissioner Miles Kupa had worked tirelessly to promote the Rio Tinto bid, despite its corrupt nature and the fact that it would undermine jobs in his own country! Did he think twice?

But, we suspect there was an even more compelling reason for Rio Tinto Alcan to come to the swift conclusion that they shouldn’t be touching Sarawak and its dodgy Chief Minister and his clique of BN cronies and family hangers-on with a barge pole.

That reason was the over-whelming stench of corruption that no amount of sweet talk and cover-up could conceal!

Sarawak Report comprehensively exposed the full scandal behind Taib’s plans to personally make billions out of the SALCO venture just last month.

Australian High Commissioner, Miles Kupa, may have been dragged in to support the bid and Rio Tinto Alcan executives may have flown into Kuching just a fortnight earlier to continue negotiations. However, once the cat was out of the bag that Sarawak’s own Chief Minister was standing to make hundreds of millions, if not billions, out of the carefully crafted deal, how could such supposedly respectable entities continue to be involved?

What use now for all Bakun’s electricity? Maybe free electricity for the people of Sarawak!?

Sarawak Report received no response or comment from Rio Tinto Alcan or the Australian High Commissioner from its exposes into their involvement in the corrupted SALCO project, but sometimes actions speak louder than words.

This was not a project that RTA were going to find easy to explain to their shareholders.

Questions still remain about how it was that RTA were still actively negotiating on this clearly corrupted project as late as January this year?

This was long, long after company executives had realised that this was not a joint venture with the State of Sarawak, but with the family firm of the Chief Minister of Sarawak CMS!

More dams!

Sarawak’s shame – refugees of Bakun. Taib might not care, but could Rio Tinto Alcan put up with this stain on their image as they profited from the dam?

And yet Taib Mahmud and his BN cronies are still forging ahead with all their plans to build a whole new swathe of dams once they have got the next election out of the way!

Another half million people flooded from their lands (once the wood has been conveniently extracted and the profits divided amongst them).  Why, when there is no use for the electricity?  Why, when neither the Bakun Dam nor even the far older Batang Ai dam are turning even half their turbines most of the time?

The reason is of course, as always, the prospect of profit for Taib Mahmud, who plans to borrow billions for these projects and for SCORE.  Billions of dollars that can be poured into his companies as he gets them involved in all the contracts for building the dams and involving foreign companies in cheap electricity projects (like the doomed SALCO venture).

It is the people of Sarawak who will have to find the money to pay all this borrowing back and they are unlikely to have any profit from these useless dams to help them.

So much for BN’s CEO of Sarawak!

March 6, 2012

Shame on you Mong Dagang!!! (Updated)

Filed under: Barisan Nasional,Indigeneous People,Sarawak Politics — Pengayau @ 9:43 am
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Mong: Hentikan bantuan OKU pembangkang adalah betul

Menteri Muda Pertanian Sarawak Datuk Mong Dagang mempertahankan tindakannya mengarahkan Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat bagi menghentikan bantuan kebajikan kepada pekebun kurang upaya, Frusis Lebi.

Mong juga berkata tindakannya meminta Jabatan Pertanian Sri Aman untuk tidak lagi memberi baja percuma dan benih pokok kepada pekebun yang cacat itu sebagai betul.

Beliau ketika dihubungi akhbar harian Inggeris The Sun semalam berkata sebagai seorang pemimpin yang prinsip, tidak akan menarik balik apa yang diarahkannya itu.

“Kita tidak boleh terus memberi bantuan kebajikan dan subsidi kerana beliau adalah seorang penyokong pembangkang yang tegar.

“Bantuan kebajikan harus diberikan kepada orang cacat yang lebih layak,” katanya dipetik akhbar itu. Read more here http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/191188


Masing : Jangan lawan towkay

Kuching : PRS President Tan Sri Dr James Jemut Masing has come to the aid of his besieged Vice President Datuk Mong Dagang, who is alleged to have cancelled a welfare assistance and government subsidies to a pro opposition but physically challenged (OKU) farmer, by saying “ Following a rule of life- Jangan Lawan Towkay” In any organization, including Political Parties, we cannot go against our boss. That’s a golden rule in life which we must observed,” Masing told The Borneo Post here yesterday

 

 

Sokong pembangkang: Bantuan OKU dihentikan

Sepucuk surat yang didakwa ditandatangani oleh Menteri Muda Pertanian Sarawak Datuk Mong Dagang yang mengarahkan bantuan kerajaan kepada seorang lelaki kurang upaya dihentikan atas tuduhan menyokong pembangkang telah menimbulkan kemarahan warga maya.

‘Surat’ berkenaan dimuat naik di Facebook. Ia dikatakan dari “Menteri Muda Pertanian (Penyelidikan dan Pemasaran), Sarawak” dengan tajuk: “Memberhentikan segala bantuan kerajaan – Encik Frusis Lebi dari Entualang Entawa, Sri Aman”.

Surat yang dikatakan ditandatangani oleh Dagang (kiri) itu mengarahkan Penolong Pengarah Jabatan Pertanian Sri Aman supaya semua bentuk bantuan kerajaan untuk Frusis, yang dikenal pasti sebagai orang kurang upaya dalam surat itu, diberhentikan serta-merta.

“Ini adalah kerana beliau menentang dasar kerajaan dan menyokong secara terbuka calon pembangkang pada pilihan raya negeri 2011,” petik surat itu.

“Selain itu, beliau juga menyediakan bilik operasi untuk calon pembangkang.”

Surat daripada YB Mong Dagang, ADUN Bukit Begunan kepada Penolong Pengarah Pertanian, Jabatan Pertanian Bahagian Sri Aman meminta Jabatan berkenaan memberhentikan semua bantuan Kerajaan kepada Encik Frusis Lebi dari Entulang Sawa, Sri Aman yang juga seorang OKU kerana menyokong Calon Pembangkang secara terbuka pada PRN yang lepas

Official Letter from Sri Aman Agriculture Officer to Sri Aman SAAO regarding YB Mong Dagang letter which has requested the Agriculture Department all forms of assistance to Mr Frusis with a reason that he has supporting the Opposition in the last State Election

A Police Report has been lodged at Sri Aman with Mr Frusis. He had requested the Police to investigate Abuse of Power by YB Mong Dagang in for which in his letter has instructed the Agriculture Department to stop all forms of assistance to Mr Frusis with a reason that he has supporting the Opposition in the last State Election. Democracy?

It is Government of the People, By the People, for the People! It is the Government of all Sarawakians regardless of our Political afiliation!

He’s trying to say that only BN SUPPORTERS would get helps and assistance from the Government?

Such statement were very uncalled for and even worse, it came from an Elected Representatives who himself supposed to know better the essence of Democracy!

What The Fuck??????

March 5, 2012

Al Jazeera investigation confirms Sarawak power glut

Filed under: Dams,Politics Of Development,Taib Must Go — Pengayau @ 10:18 am

Taken from Stop Dam Corruption

(DOHA, QATAR) An investigative report by the Doha-based global news broadcaster Al Jazeera broadcast this morning confirms that the Malaysian state of Sarawak is facing a massive power glut following the completion of the Bakun dam, Asia’s largest hydropower dam outside China.

Al Jazeera reporter Harry Fawcett who visited the dam site found that only one out of three turbines is working and that Sarawak engineers could not explain how the massive amount of power produced at Bakun could be used in a sensible way.
The Bakun dam’s construction started in the mid-1990s and has recently been completed. The dam has been labelled a “monument of corruption” by Transparency International due to massive profits made by companies close to the family of Sarawak Chief Minister Abndul Taib Mahmud.

While the dam has an installed capacitiy of 2,400 MW, Sarawak peak electricity demand amounts to less than 1,000 MW. According to official figures, the dam construction costed 2.4 billion US dollars, funded mainly through loans from the Malaysian citizens’ pension funds.
In a live Al Jazeera interview, Bruno Manser Fund director Lukas Straumann slammed the Sarawak authorities for causing an environmental, social and economic disaster with the Bakun and its further dam plans. “Neither the promised industrialization of Sarawak nor an undersea cable to West Malaysia have materialized. The only rationale behind the further dam plans is corruption.”

Even before the completion of Bakun, secret construction works for the 900 MW Murum dam have started. The construction site of Murum, which is being built by Chinese contractors, has been completely sealed off and the funding of the dam remains a state secret. It has to be feared that the Sarawak dams will endebt the state for generations to come and that Malaysian employees will have to pay with lower rents for the lack of economic viability of the Mega-dams.

The Bruno Manser Fund calls for an immediate halt to further dam planning and construction works in Sarawak and for all official documents related to the dams to be released for public examination.

Watch the Al Jazeera report on the Bakun dam row online under:

www.aljazeera.com/news/asia-pacific/2012/02/201221512440166727.html

LA COSA NOSTRA!!

Filed under: Taib Must Go — Pengayau @ 9:19 am

Taib the Godfather of Sarawak with his Mafia Family!

DAP, PKR, UMNO

Filed under: Anwar Ibrahim,Barisan Nasional,National Politics — Pengayau @ 8:55 am

 

DAP, PKR, UMNO

A DAP member, a PKR member & an UMNO died & all went straight to hell.
There’s where politicians go, right?

The DAP member said “I miss my party. I want to call my party and see
how everybody is doing there.” She called and spoke with Lim Guan Eng
for about 5 minutes, then she asked “Well, devil how much do I need to
pay for the call?

The devil says “Five million dollars”.

The DAP member said “What, so expensive-lah???” but wrote him a cheque
and went to sit back in her chair.

The PKR member was so jealous, he starts screaming, “My turn! I wanna
call Anwar, I want to see how his so-do-me trial is going”

He called and talked for about 2 minutes, then he asked “Well, devil,
how much do I need to pay for the call????

The devil says “Ten million dollars”.

The PKR member said “What the f***! Bloody rip-off” but he got no
choice and made a cheque and went to sit back in his chair.

The UMNO member was even more jealous & starts screaming, “I want to
call my party leaders”,

He called the UMNO headquaters and he talked for twenty hours about
the Port Klang issue, the Allah issue, the pig head issue, the church
issue, the missing jet issue, Teoh Beng Hock issue, Perak takeover
issue, he talked & talked & talked,
then he asked “Well, devil how much do I need to pay for the call????

The devil says “Twenty dollars”.
The UMNO member was stunned & said “What !!?? Only twenty dollars???
So cheap ??!!”

The Devil says “calling from Hell to UMNO headquarters is only a LOCAL CALL.”

SARAWAK LAND CODE CHAPTER 81 (1958 Edition)

Filed under: NCR Land Issues — Pengayau @ 8:13 am

 

SARAWAK LAND CODE CHAPTER 81 (1958 Edition)

lncorporating all amendments and modifications up to 1.1.1999

 

Ps : Download the PDF Version here  http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/1831174/section-5-sarawak-land-code-1958-4-2-meg?dn=y

March 4, 2012

Semi – Value dalam kenangan

Filed under: Speech — Pengayau @ 9:31 am
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AYAT AYAT KELAKAR SEPANJANG ZAMAN OLEH SAMY VELLU

Samy Vellu akhirnya dan rasminya meletakkan jawatan presiden MIC yang paling lama dipegang sepanjang hayatnya, iaitu hampir 31 tahun.Malaysian Insider ada ceritanya, di sini.

Berterus terang, saya akan merinduinya terutamanya kenyataan- kenyataan lawaknya yang dibuat sepanjang tahun.

Seperti Perdana Menteri kita sebut dalam persidangan BN 2010, “Kita akan rindu pada Samy Vellu kerana beliau menambah banyak warna,kadang- kadang terlalu banyak warna”.

Oleh itu, sebagai penghargaan, saya hanya ingin berkongsi kenyataan kenyataan terkenal yang hanya dibuat oleh hanya seorang, Samy Vellu.

1. Samy Velu menyebut berkenaan Pos Laju:
“Besoh kirim, hari ini juga sampai”

2. Dalam berita TV apabila beliau cuba untuk memberitahu dia berasa amat malu:
“Ini prekara sangat memalukan saya dan kemaluan saya sangat-sangat la besar”

3. Samy berkata dalam salah satu ceramah:
“Kita akan bina satu jambatan wuntuk worang2 kampong di sini.” Kemudian seorang pakcik bertanya, “Datuk, sini takde sungai, buat apa bina jambatan?” Dan kemudian Samy dengan megahnya menjawab, “Kalao takde sungai, kita bina sungai”

4. Kenyataan paling digemari oleh Samy dalam berita abad ini:
“Toll naik sikit, banyak marah saya. You worang ingat semua ini toll saya punyer bapah punya kah!”

5. Ketika krisis air:
“Semua worang diminta jangan membuang aiyerr!”

6. Berkenaan masalah sosial:
“Worang2 muda sekarang banyak suka hisap dade”

7. Ketika program derma darah di Sungai Siput:
“Marilah kita semua menderma dare”

8. Ucapan selamat datang dalam kebanyakan majlis beliau:
“Selamat datang saudara-mara semua” (Ia sepatutnya “saudara-saudari”)

9. Ketika isu Al Arqam hangat diperkatakan, beliau berkata dalam satu sidang akhbar:
“Saya gumbira bahawa didapati tiada pemuda MIC terlibat dalam kes Arqam”

10. Di satu majlis pembukaan sebuah bangunan baru:
“Mempersilakan Datin Paduka Rafidah Aziz naik dari pentas wuntuk membuka kain”

Dan tentunya yang paling kelakar di dunia sepanjang zaman ialah:

“Kita akan bina roket pigi matahari.” Salah seorang wartawan berkata, “Tapi Datuk, matahari terlalu panas untuk didekati.” Samy menjawab, “Itu tade masalah. Kita hantar waktu malam”

Itu saja setakat ini.Anugerah insan paling kelakar di dunia dimenangi oleh Samy Vellu. Kami berharap segala yang terbaik untuk anda

Kisah satu cerita semasa pilihanraya ke-10 Negeri Sarawak (2011)

Filed under: Barisan Nasional,Sarawak Politics — Pengayau @ 8:15 am

Datai ba rumah panjai. Ka pulai ngundi. Aku di bai apai aku ngagai sigi rumah panjai. Aku ngena baju PKR. Enda meh nemu aku tu tadi Tiong benung bekimpin ba dia.

Aku baru aja duduk ninga ka ya speech. Enda mukai2…

“Ar…ini orang pkr. lu datang sini saya bg lu speech. kasi peluang sama lu.nanti saya jawab”

Alahai orang tua ni, Anwar cari YB BN ajak debat tak da seorang pun yang ke depan. Aku ni budak kecik baru belajar jolok buah dabai. Lawak sungguh lawak. Aku bedau ka angkat. Ya majak ngagau ngasuh angkat. Darah aku sudah naik. Enda mukai2 kaban apai aku ngangkat ka aku ngasuh ngelaban orang tuai nya. ” Laban kin,anang takut”

Sekilas darah Rentap masuk merasuk aku bingkas bangun. Mansang kedepan.Nervous..? memang ada? Tapi pengalaman debat dan berpidato wakil sarawak ini bersama dengan aku.

“Apa lu tidak puas hati? pasal PTPTN ka?” dengan nada yg kurang pengajaran dan pembelajaran dia bertanya.

“owh..since you talk about PT, memang saya tidak puas hati. Interest naik ma.” Jawab aku.

“Lu tahu ka itu kerajaan bagi?” Tanya dia lagi.

“Salah jaku d YB, kerajaan mana ada BAGI PTPTN, dia kasih PINJAM sama saya. Saya bayar balik lor.” Jawab aku lagi.

“Itu PT kerajaan bagi” kata si burung tiong.

“Saya tahu itu dari kerajaan, tapi bukan dari duit kocek kamu! Saya tahu la gaji kamu berapa. Mana lu mampu bagi saya. Itu duit cukai rakyat.tugas kamu kumpul dan agihkan wang rakyat. Saya terhutang budi kepada rakyat!”

(*ting ting*) SATU KOSONG.

Kemudian dia punya assistant pun tarik saya ke dalam bilik. Tuai2 rumah dan penghulu yg ada hanya mampu memberi reaksi blur dan mulut mereka terngaga. Muka yg marah….ish2..semua nampak fed up sebab aku ni tengah mempamerkan sikap yg kurang ajar.

Kita balik kepada episod seterusnya.

Aku dan assistant dia. “Awak student mana? Brapa umur? Nak belajar ke nak berpolitik? Nanti kita tarik PT awak. Minta IC.”

Amboi2…sedapnya mulut.

”Awak ni siapa nak tarik pt saya? Umur saya 24. Sekarang saya berhak mengundi. Politik tak pun ganggu saya punya result? I am Malaysian citizen. My first responsibility is to get involved in politic and cast my vote. Keduanya lepas selesai, saya jadi student balik.”

Mereka menakutkan saya dgn isu pt. Saya tak takut pun. Lepas tu saya dibawa ke ruai balik.

“tak payah la you bagi dia speech,lepas ni nanti seetle baik dalam bilik?” kata pembantu no 2.

“tak apa,saya bagi lu chance utk speech” ujar si dia dengan angkuh.

Ok no problem. saya sahut cabaran itu. 5 minit utk saya.

Tuai2 rumah dan penghulu masih bermuka blur dan marah. Sangat nervous owh…Barisan ayat pertama terketar-ketar. pas tu macam biasa…..

“Bala menyadi serumah panjai ke bisi ditu, aku enda sekali ngelaban perintah. Ukai perintah ka dilaban aku diatu. Tang aku nyakal Barisan Nasional. Nama kebuah pia? Laban nadai agi perintah ba menua sarawak ditu ketegal ADUN udah dissolve/tamat tempoh tauka espait. YB i believe you know better than me,what does ot mean by dissolve (muka dia jadi merah, dia tak pandang aku yg sedang speech.dia tengok tempat lain). 30 tahun taib udah megai kitai,berapa mayuh udah tanah dirampas. 5 taun BN megai Kemena semua masalah enda selesai. Nama kebuah baru diatu baru bisi meda jalai bakani mutarka penanggur? Kini BN sepengelama lima taun ke udah? Diatu kitai bepilih. PKR/BN/SNAP bnung minta kasih ari kitai. Kitai anang takut ka YB. YB patut takut ke rakyat ketegal enti nadai rakyat milih sida,sida enda nyadi yb,nadai pangkat nadai nama!

“30 saat lagi” ko MC.

Dah lima minit ke speech aku ni? ” Nya aja ari aku, kitai muai BN ngundi PKR”

Pengujung speech aku disambut ngau panjung bala iban….”IDUP BARISAN!” Aduhai Bangsaku……

“Pulai d, nadai kami ngagau ke nuan datai kitu” ko tuai rumah bejaku.

Tiba2…

”Ini tipu punya orang…ini tipu punya orang….” kata tiong lagi.

Mana ulasan / jawapan yg telah dijanjikan? Aku tak dengar jawapan pun….alahai YB BN. Aku yg ciput masih berhingus ini pun muka YB sudah merah, patutlah tak berani nak debat dgn pemimpin Pakatan Rakyat.

Aku berlalu pergi meninggalkan mereka.

Keesokan harinya, undi di saluran aku meningkat mendadak. Past election pembangkang hanya dapat 9 SAHAJA. Kali ini naik kepada 131(estimation) BN 240 (estimation) lupa sikit jumlahnya.

Yang pasti undi pembangkang sudah naik.

Faktor yg besar adalah undi orang Muda.

No wonder BN ini amat takut kepada golongan Mahasiswa. Kita bukan bodoh utk diperbodohkan.

Kita orang muda akan lawan tetap lawan!

 

Regard from Tubau.

March 3, 2012

Hydropower Project in Sarawak 2008 – 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Pengayau @ 9:04 am

According to the Top Secret document that being leaked from Sarawak Energy Berhad (http://www.sarawakenergy.com.my/), by the year of 2020, Sarawak would have in total of 7000 Megawatts of Power namely :

Balleh Dam 1400 MW

Baram Dam 1000 MW

Murun Dam 900 MW

Metjawah Dam 300 MW

Linau Dam 290 MW

Belaga Dam 260 MW

Tutoh Dam 220 MW

Limbang Dam 150 MW

Belepeh Dam 110 MW

Lawas Dam 105 MW

Batang Ai Extension Dam 60 MW

Ulu Ai Dam 54 MW

According to the report on 3.8.2010 in the Star “Electricity glut in Sarawak”,
“There is likely to be a major power glut in Sarawak with the coming on stream of two major hydro power projects by the end of 2013 and the lack of firm commitments from investors to take the power up, industry players said.

There will be 2,400MW of capacity from the RM7.3bil Bakun Dam by the end of 2012 while a further 944MW will be added from the RM3.5bil Murum Dam by the end of 2013”. http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?sec=business&file=%2F2010%2F8%2F3%2Fbusiness%2F6782656

And they are planning to build 52 dams. It does not sound as if they are really bothered about any impending electricity glut, probably because the costs will be fobbed off on the unsuspecting Sarawakians.

Critics has made it clear some time back that Sarawak does not need all these dams: “If what Sarawak Energy Berhad (“SEB”) is scheming to implement for Sarawak together with elements of China’s state-owned companies involved in electricity-generation and hydro-electric power plants/dams, Sarawak will have the dubious honour of having the most number of dams in Malaysia (52 dams to be precise), which it does not need”.

The real reason they are not worried about the electricity glut, of course, is because they are actually going to make a lot more money from the timber that they are going to clear from the dam sites than from the dams themselves.

The dams are just the excuse. How much timber are we talking about here? Billions and billions of RM worth, at minimal cost, all to disappear without a trace.

Yes, that’s what they are really interested in – the timber.

And they don’t care how many natives they have to resettle or the environmental damage caused to get it.

Once all the timber is gone and the revenues banked into their overseas bank accounts, do you think they would be worried about any electricity glut?

March 1, 2012

Baleh Iban community receptive to dam

Filed under: Dams,Indigeneous People,Taib Must Go,Yang Di Kasihi — Pengayau @ 8:58 am

KAPIT: The Iban community from the Baleh River area is receptive to the proposed Baleh hydroelectric dam at Ulu Baleh River.

Iban community leader Temenggong Datuk Kenneth Kanyan said the community hopes the dam would bring economic growth to the area.

“This is one of the ways the state government will bring in physical development to Baleh. The project is to be implemented by Sarawak Energy Berhad (SEB).

“The locals hope the government will be able to help the people in Baleh economically.

We believe the mega project to take place in Baleh would change the landscape of development and benefit us from a socioeconomic stand point,” he said during a dialogue at Nanga Antawau recently. Read more HERE

 

Temenggong Datuk Kenneth Kanyan is the son of the late Temenggong Koh, Iban Paramount Leader

Extract from thesis: “Why governments fail to capture economic rent: the unofficial appropriation of rain forest rent by rulers in insular Southeast Asia between 1970 and 1999″

Author: David W. Brown
Publisher: University of Washington, 2001
Original from: University of California
Digitized: Jul 26, 2008
Length: 724 pages

http://english.cpiasia.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=103

Chapter 4 : Unofficial Timber Rent Appropriation in Sarawak (Part 5 – Ibans, divide and conquer)

Chief Minister Taib also uses his timber concessions to buy the loyalty of the leaders of the largest ethnic group in Sarawak, the Iban, who comprise about 30 percent of the population. Taib and his predecessor both belong to the Melanau, a small coastal group.

The Melanau, to ensure their political ascendancy, bind themselves to the state’s Malay population, and play a delicate game of divide and rule with the rest of the state’s large group

Taib must buy the support of the sons of two famous Iban leaders. Their fathers, now dead, led the Iban during most of the twentieth century. The sons are highly visible board members and shareholders in Taib family timber concessions.

The most important Iban leader during much of the pre- and post-World War II period was Temonggong Koh who died in the 1940s. His son, Kenneth Kanyan, is a senator in the upper house of the Sarawak State Assembly (27 May 1997 interview with a reliable and informed academic).

Table 4.8 Taib family timber concessions in which Iban political leaders are board members or shareholders

Director with 42% shares in

Bumi Hijau, 26,000 hectares

Garu, 44,847 hectares

Kerasa, 49,996 hectares

Rajang Wood, 309,575 hectares

Raplex, 72,251 hectares.

Son of Temonggong Koh, the most important Iban leader in the pre- and post-World War II period.

Kenneth Kanyan is now a Senator in the Sarawak State Assembly. He was a strong loyalist to Taib in the 1987 Ming Court affair.

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