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Re: Election 2011
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If DAP and PKR would merge and take over BN I am the first to stand. I simply belief returning the money to the elderly / lower income is plausible, for better life of course.

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stand? ? ? meaning...

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no objections :)

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Best wishes from Yellowknife.

May I assume that you are all voting for the opposition? Am anxiously awaiting the results. How is campaigning? Any street brawl so far among the various supporters?

Borneo Post seems very pro-Taib. Mainly follow blogs for current happenings. I like Sarawak Report ...... it's very professional and detailed in its presentation. Taib must be starting to crap in his sarong now!

Hope your party will win.


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i just came back from Travilion ,Padungan. from the throngs of crowd and from Violet's talks and singing - DAP will win !

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Just read this. The biggest gun is coming to town, but will it be enuf? BN will likely resort to rigging the election ...... at all costs!!Just read this. The biggest gun is coming to town, but will it be enuf? BN will likely resort to rigging the election ...... at all costs!!




..By Clara Chooi

KUCHING, April 10 — Datuk Seri Najib Razak will go on the stump for Barisan Nasional (BN) in Sarawak for a record six days until Friday, the clearest sign yet that the ruling pact is feeling the heat in its struggle to defend a state often referred to as its “fixed deposit”.

BN is said to be facing tremendous pressure from Pakatan Rakyat (PR), particularly in the Chinese-majority constituencies where voters seem taken in by DAP’s “vote for change” agenda.

In the capital city here as well as in Sibu and Miri, DAP’s rallies have been drawing crowds in the thousands, a rare occurrence in Sarawak where voters have been described as cautious and conservative.

PKR, in the meantime, expressed confidence it is gaining ground in at least 12 state seats namely Batu Lintang, Saribas, Ba’kelalan, Layar, Krian, Opar, Bengoh, Tarat, Batang Air, Engkilili, Senadin and Batu Danau.

Despite the opposition’s fierce campaign tactics, BN’s Sarawak-based parties appear to have gotten off on a lacklustre start in their quest to defend the state, employing the pact’s age-old playbook of organising formal meet-the-people functions and walkabouts graced by the presence of federal ministers.

Furthermore, BN’s campaign is also said to be bogged down by countless reports and allegations of corruption and abuse of power against its Sarawak chief of executive, Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud, the country’s longest-serving Chief Minister.

A visit to several villages in what is said to be a stronghold of BN’s Sarawak People’s Democratic Party (SPDP) in Tasik Biru, showed that the opposition was fast gaining ground.

Many voters, when approached, appeared cautious when asked who they planned to support for the coming polls and were guarded with their responses.

Instead of the usual shouts of “BN!”, they chose to remain tight-lipped on their choice, a clear sign that the opposition has successfully made some inroads in the BN fortress.

As such, the prime minister, who already dropped in for a one-day visit on Thursday here, will now lead BN’s campaign for Sarawak and is scheduled for a hectic journey across the hornbill state beginning today, making lightning stops at numerous hotspots in Kuching, Miri and Sibu.

He will touch down at the Kuching International airport here at 7.40pm tonight before attending a meet-the-leaders session at the Kuching South City Council at 8.30pm.

On Monday, the prime minister will attend a gotong-royong community event at the Stutong Community Market at 8.10am before moving on to Pekan Saratok in Betong at 9.15am, then another meet-the-people session at Masjid Kampung Beladin a 10.30am, and subsequent functions at a futsal stadium in Betong, Bandar Sri Aman and Lubok Antu at 12pm, 2.40pm and 4pm.

The Prime Minister will return to Kuching for a 1 Malaysia dinner at 8pm before flying back to Kuala Lumpur at 10pm.

He will return to Kuching on Tuesday but has no scheduled function for the day.

On Wednesday, Najib will kick off another series of lightning visits beginning with breakfast at 8.30am at Engkili, 10am at Sebuyau, 11.20am at Sadong Jaya, 1pm at Bau town in Tasik Biru, 5.10pm at the KMC Flats here, 6.30pm for prayers and dinner at Masjid Darul Farhanah and 8.30pm for a 1 Malaysia Development Board function at SK Merpati Jepang. He will leave for Miri at 10.15pm.

On Thursday, Najib will launch the 1 Malaysia mobile boat clinic for Sungai Baram at Marudi at 8.15am, then move on to Bario at 10.15am, Ba’Kelalan at 11.45am, Lawas at 1.30pm, Limbang for two functions at 3pm and 4.45pm and attend dinner at Dewan Dato Permaisuri at Permyjaya in Miri at 8pm. He will fly to Sibu at 10pm.

On Friday, the Prime Minister will greet residents at Kapit town at 9.30am, then attend another function and prayers at Masjid Nurul Islam in Song at 11am. He will depart from Miri back to Kuala Lumpur at 1.45pm.

DAP national publicity chief Tony Pua told The Malaysian Insider that the prime minister’s decision to spend six days in Sarawak was a clear reflection that the ruling pact was “becoming desperate” in its bid to keep its hold over Sarawak.

He, however, expressed fear that BN would use underhanded means to ensure it recaptures the state this April 16.

“I think the fact that the prime minister, our top leader, has decided to spend all his time in Sarawak is a sign that the BN is becoming desperate.

“It will do whatever necessary to ensure that it clings on to power in Sarawak.

“But I think we fear that BN will use all sorts of means to maintain their power and disadvantage the opposition’s campaign.

“I hope it will not jeopardise the polls and the election will be free, fair and clean,” Pua said.


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to all of you who's at Sentosa, PLEASE WORK HARD - REALLY HARD. we got that extra 3000 army votes to think about. good luck PEOPLE OF SENTOSA

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]Just read this. The biggest gun is coming to town, but will it be enuf? BN will likely resort to rigging the election ...... at all costs!![/b][/i]




..By Clara Chooi

KUCHING, April 10 — Datuk Seri Najib Razak will go on the stump for Barisan Nasional (BN) in Sarawak for a record six days until Friday, the clearest sign yet that the ruling pact is feeling the heat in its struggle to defend a state often referred to as its “fixed deposit”.

BN is said to be facing tremendous pressure from Pakatan Rakyat (PR), particularly in the Chinese-majority constituencies where voters seem taken in by DAP’s “vote for change” agenda.

In the capital city here as well as in Sibu and Miri, DAP’s rallies have been drawing crowds in the thousands, a rare occurrence in Sarawak where voters have been described as cautious and conservative.

PKR, in the meantime, expressed confidence it is gaining ground in at least 12 state seats namely Batu Lintang, Saribas, Ba’kelalan, Layar, Krian, Opar, Bengoh, Tarat, Batang Air, Engkilili, Senadin and Batu Danau.

Despite the opposition’s fierce campaign tactics, BN’s Sarawak-based parties appear to have gotten off on a lacklustre start in their quest to defend the state, employing the pact’s age-old playbook of organising formal meet-the-people functions and walkabouts graced by the presence of federal ministers.

Furthermore, BN’s campaign is also said to be bogged down by countless reports and allegations of corruption and abuse of power against its Sarawak chief of executive, Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud, the country’s longest-serving Chief Minister.

A visit to several villages in what is said to be a stronghold of BN’s Sarawak People’s Democratic Party (SPDP) in Tasik Biru, showed that the opposition was fast gaining ground.

Many voters, when approached, appeared cautious when asked who they planned to support for the coming polls and were guarded with their responses.

Instead of the usual shouts of “BN!”, they chose to remain tight-lipped on their choice, a clear sign that the opposition has successfully made some inroads in the BN fortress.

As such, the prime minister, who already dropped in for a one-day visit on Thursday here, will now lead BN’s campaign for Sarawak and is scheduled for a hectic journey across the hornbill state beginning today, making lightning stops at numerous hotspots in Kuching, Miri and Sibu.

He will touch down at the Kuching International airport here at 7.40pm tonight before attending a meet-the-leaders session at the Kuching South City Council at 8.30pm.

On Monday, the prime minister will attend a gotong-royong community event at the Stutong Community Market at 8.10am before moving on to Pekan Saratok in Betong at 9.15am, then another meet-the-people session at Masjid Kampung Beladin a 10.30am, and subsequent functions at a futsal stadium in Betong, Bandar Sri Aman and Lubok Antu at 12pm, 2.40pm and 4pm.

The Prime Minister will return to Kuching for a 1 Malaysia dinner at 8pm before flying back to Kuala Lumpur at 10pm.

He will return to Kuching on Tuesday but has no scheduled function for the day.

On Wednesday, Najib will kick off another series of lightning visits beginning with breakfast at 8.30am at Engkili, 10am at Sebuyau, 11.20am at Sadong Jaya, 1pm at Bau town in Tasik Biru, 5.10pm at the KMC Flats here, 6.30pm for prayers and dinner at Masjid Darul Farhanah and 8.30pm for a 1 Malaysia Development Board function at SK Merpati Jepang. He will leave for Miri at 10.15pm.

On Thursday, Najib will launch the 1 Malaysia mobile boat clinic for Sungai Baram at Marudi at 8.15am, then move on to Bario at 10.15am, Ba’Kelalan at 11.45am, Lawas at 1.30pm, Limbang for two functions at 3pm and 4.45pm and attend dinner at Dewan Dato Permaisuri at Permyjaya in Miri at 8pm. He will fly to Sibu at 10pm.

On Friday, the Prime Minister will greet residents at Kapit town at 9.30am, then attend another function and prayers at Masjid Nurul Islam in Song at 11am. He will depart from Miri back to Kuala Lumpur at 1.45pm.

DAP national publicity chief Tony Pua told The Malaysian Insider that the prime minister’s decision to spend six days in Sarawak was a clear reflection that the ruling pact was “becoming desperate” in its bid to keep its hold over Sarawak.

He, however, expressed fear that BN would use underhanded means to ensure it recaptures the state this April 16.

“I think the fact that the prime minister, our top leader, has decided to spend all his time in Sarawak is a sign that the BN is becoming desperate.

“It will do whatever necessary to ensure that it clings on to power in Sarawak.

“But I think we fear that BN will use all sorts of means to maintain their power and disadvantage the opposition’s campaign.

“I hope it will not jeopardise the polls and the election will be free, fair and clean,” Pua said.


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to all of you who's at Sentosa, PLEASE WORK HARD - REALLY HARD. we got that extra 3000 army votes to think about. good luck PEOPLE OF SENTOSA

Last time won by 546 vote, have to work harder harder harder.

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