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No Chinese among Sarawak’s three new Deputy Chief Ministers

Adenan Satem has appointed Douglas Unggah Embas, James Masing and Abang Johari Tun Openg as his DCMs Harian Metro breaking news here.

I’m reminded of an optimistic blog post by that lying-fraudster Malay blogger about how BN will be able to win back the Chinese voters, just like in Sarawak.

Obviously the Protun blogger is mega delusional about BN winning back peninsula Chinese following the results of the recent Sarawak election.

Geleng kepala … Protun nih jenis yang kaki mereka tak bertapak di bumi nyata.


Reports about Perak DAP endorsing Tun Mahathir can be read in NST and Utusan


Woah, the venom and vitriol spewing like hot lava

Adenan sekarang kena hentam by the peninsula Chinese worse than Tunku Aziz and Hadi Awang combined.

Yup, The Anakin is downright delusional.

“Chinese returning to the BN” … ya ke?

Look at their apeshit reaction to this announcement of Adenan’s new cabinet.

Look at their going all berserk against BN Sarawak led by Adenan and declaring the Sarawak CM is actually no different than the Malaysian PM.

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Malay newsman who is Umno reject

So isn’t is delusional how the lebih-Cina-dari-Cina Melayu blogger (or he the lebih-DAP-dari-DAP Melayu blogger?) has been promoting that the Chinese electorate will surely return to BN?

His earnest claim that the Chinese are returning to BN is merely a ruse to make Umno-BN leka dan lalai. It is so that the BN war room will miscalculate their election strategy when factoring the amount of support needed from each ethnic community in order to win.

Beware! Si Kitols and the Melayu pemakan dedak DAP are api dalam sekam.

CLICK BELOW: Flashback — Brief 100-year timeline of Sino-Malay relations in Malaya/Malaysia and our 1960s decade of multiple ethnic riots

Were we ever united as a country, truthfully?

 

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5 thoughts on “No Chinese among Sarawak’s three new Deputy Chief Ministers

  1. It’s strange how you unleash all this vitriol when the investigations into 1MDB are gathering steam in Singapore and other countries.

    A case of diversionary tactics, perhaps?

    Surely you must be aware of the reports in the Singapore media about a couple of cases being heard in the Singapore courts now? Or maybe you aren’t, seeing as how the Malaysian mainstream media seem to have omitted reporting on this. Curious, isn’t it?

    No matter. For your edification, this is what the Singapore Business Times (www.businesstimes.com.sg) reported today:

    – “1MDB execs approved fund transfer to Jho Low associate”

    And in the Singapore Straits Times (www.straitstimes.com):

    – “Fresh charge against ex-banker in 1MDB case”

    The Singapore Second Solicitor-General was quoted in the ST report as having said that ‘the probe has “reached a critical stage” as they are “moving closer to the centre of a complex web of cross-jurisdictional criminal transactions…the origins of the money flows and the principals Yeo (former BSI wealth manager Yeo Jiawei) has been interacting with”‘.

    No wonder the red herrings and diversionary topics are flying thick and fast…..

  2. According to The Star online, convicted murderer Jabing Kho will be executed in Singapore, after his appeal against the death penalty was rejected.

    Jabing Kho is a Malaysian from Sarawak. He worked as an unskilled labourer in Singapore. He was convicted of murdering a Chinese construction worker in Singapore some years ago.

    How many Sarawakians like Jabing Kho have gone to work in Singapore as unskilled or semi-skilled labour? From “beautiful Sarawak”?

    Let’s see CM Adenan and his 3 DCMs stand on this issue.

    On the export of unskilled labour from Sarawak and Sarawakians falling afoul of the law in foreign lands.

  3. Adenan message was clear ,that Sarawak for sarawakian .
    The Chinese in Sarawak and elsewhere in Malaysia are still want to remain Chinese . They demand, what is Chinese to remain as Chinese.

    Should Adnan be blame for that ?.

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