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Peter Pang Leaves LDP

RM0 1/9: Sabah: LDP vice-president Peter Pang quits the party, amidst rumours that LDP will leave BN. Pang is currently Sabah deputy CM./MKINI


I received this SMS from MalaysiaKini yesterday. I didn’t at first see the significance of this move. I mean everybody knows that Datuk Peter Pang is one of Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman’s staunchest supporters. So when LDP decided to move against the CM, Pang chose to be aligned with the CM by relinquishing both his party and ministerial posts. Keeping only his state seat of Karamunting as a BN independent. Later PM Najib said that Pang wishes to join Gerakan another BN component party. I expected this one to happen because after all didn’t another of the CM’s men, Datuk Raymond Tan, left SAPP and joined Gerakan awhile ago? Apparently the CM kept him aboard because Raymond seem to be a smart businessman and is useful to his plans. So what’s the big deal, right?

What I didn’t see coming is that this could be an elaborate plan to take down the CM of Sabah and LDP is the lightning rod.

Speculators has been theorising for months that by year end CM Musa would be soon be replaced. This recent incident could be the beginning of the end for Musa.

LDP is to be the first strike. Others are soon to follow. No way that LDP acted without the blessings of the other component parties, most particularly Umno. The Umno warlords are not happy with Musa and they want him now. They believe that the CM’s appetite for 5% projects could cost them the coming 13th General Election.

It’s time for change. Whether or not is it for the better is yet to be seen.


Sabah joining Malaysia a mistake says Sipaun

RM0 3/8: Former Suhakam vice-chairperson Simon Sipaun says Sabah made a mistake in joining the Federation of Malaysia in 1963./MKINI


A very strong stand from Tan Sri Simon Sipaun. This is what many of us Sabahans feels but just a handful few of us voices out.

It takes courage to say the truth. I’m learning from this.

Chua Soi Lek Goes For #1

And so the good doctor aims for the top prize in this battle….

RM0 21/3: Dr Chua Soi Lek announced this afternoon that he will be contesting for MCA’s top post next week at its central committee polls./MKINI

Ong Tee Keat To Defend MCA Presidency

The game is afoot…

RM0 16/3: Ex-MCA president Ong Ka Ting has confirmed that he will contest for the post of MCA president at party polls on March 28/MKINI

Tian Chua found guilty and 6 months jail – Malaysiakini Sms 22/10/09

22/10: Batu MP Tian Chua fined RM3,000 and jailed 6 months after found guilty of biting a policeman, preventing the discharge of his duties/MKINI


A Member of Parliament biting a policeman.

What an idiot.

Won’t comment further than that.

Ong Tee Keat resumes MCA presidency? – Malaysiakini sms 15/10/09

Just as I mentioned on my earlier post, if Ong Tee Keat continues on as president and defy the MCA members wishes; a party split will ensue. Then that’ll be another Chinese-based party in the works… Wait a minute, what about Gerakan? Ah, but isn’t Gerakan a multi-racial party? Yes, it is and what’s so wrong about creating another Chinese party?
15/10: At MCA’s CC meeting today Ong TK expected to announce his continuation as party chief and appointment of Liow Tiong Lai as his deputy/MKINI

Umno to remain ‘centrist’ party – Najib – Malaysiakini sms 15/10/09

Najib is indeed consolidating his party’s position within the BN. By being a centrist this shows Umno to be the dominant party in the coalition. MIC is already facing another Indian-based party within Barisan. Is MCA next?
15/10: Opening Umno’s AGM today, Najib says that Umno will remain a “centrist” party, being “neither a leftist nor a right-wing party./MKINI

Pas spiritual leader Nik Aziz admits wrong strategy in by-poll defeat – MalaysiaKini Sms 14/10/09

14/10: PAS spiritual leader Nik Aziz today admitted PAS’ defeat in the Bgn Pinang by-election was due to a wrong strategy in their campaign./MKINI

Umno re-takes Bagan Pinang – MalaysiaKini Sms 11/10/09

11/10: Bagan Pinang: Umno wins with landslide. Unofficial: Isa Samad-BN: 8,013, Zulkefly Mohd Omar-PAS: 2,578, Maj: 5,434.Majority: 4,702/MKINI

BN wins big; unofficially – MalaysiaKini sms 11/10/09

11/10: BN headed for big victory. At 6.53pm, the unofficial count: BN – 7,821, PAS 2,490/MKINI

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