Utusan tells BN to ignore Chinese vote after Sarawak polls

KUALA LUMPUR, April 17 Utusan Malaysia has told Barisan Nasional (BN) to ignore the Chinese community for not supporting the ruling coalition during yesterdays Sarawak elections.

BNs Sarawak United Peoples Party (SUPP) lost more than two-thirds of the 19 seats it contested in a snub by the tiny but vociferous China commuity.

In its weekend edition Mingguan Malaysia, columnist Awang Selamat stressed that re-elected Sarawak chief minister Tan Sri Taib Mahmuds new cabinet will reflect the reality of the ballot box.

The average Chinese voters have rejected BN and supported DAP. Therefore the BN state government can no longer be too generous to give place to representatives from the community. Sarawak cabinet must be reflective of the decisions and attitude of the voters.

Clear message must be sent. Taib must show gratitude to those that supported him and BN government, said Awang in his article New Reality.

The columnist, whose pseudonym is used by Utusan editors, said that BN leaders must learn from the state election when preparing for the national polls.

Once again, the attitude of the Chinese voters is clear in rejecting BN. Awang believes that sentiment of Chinese voters in the peninsular is also the same. The reality is that after dominating the economy for so long, the Chinese community wants to have greater influence and become a dominant political force.

The campaign to change the state government seems to only be accepted by a majority of the Chinese voters. The Bumiputera community still remains strong with BN, Awang added.

He said that BN must formulate a new strategy without depending on the support of the Chinese voters.

Awang said the ruling coalition must not fall into a trap of granting every demands of the community if they continue to vote for DAP.

Let the support come naturally. If the Chinese voters continue to reject BN then we should not worry as there will be a way out, Awang said.

The columnist also said that BN can still win in the general election without the support of the Chinese community.

What is important is to empower the voters that are already loyal supporters. We should not pursue what we cannot get. The potential for BN to win is still huge with the growing support of the Bumiputeras, Malays, Indian and other ethnic communities.

If there is additional support from a small percentage of Chinese voters then that is a bonus. All parties must be ready with the new reality, said Awang.

Last night BN managed to keep its two-thirds legislative majority in Sarawak but the results have shattered the coalitions invincibility and the notion of a fixed deposit in future elections.

The DAP doubled its presence to 12 in Chinese-majority seats while PKR tripled its representation although the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) lynchpin had contested in 49 seats. PAS lost in all five seats it contested while Independent George Lagong took one seat.

The number of state seats to the Opposition pact will spell danger for BN as it could help them win more parliamentary seats when the general election is called by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. PR now has 75 MPs but the Sarawak win could translate into more in the future.

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/mala … wak-polls/

That’s what happens to race based parties… Why not DAP, PKR and PAS just stand as Pakatan Rakyat (PR) just like BN=PBB, SUPP, SPDP, etc ? Oh wait they’re not stable as well…

It’s corruptions that matter, idiot. Stupid racist. So this is 1Malaysia? My foot.

Utusan and Harian Metro are BN cronies. get rid of reading them if possible.

utusan MELOYA…

ignore chinese? then why don’t tell the chinese no need to pay income tax anymore, ok?

I think they will increase it… :?

[quote=“shuwenteo”]KUALA LUMPUR, April 17 Utusan Malaysia has told Barisan Nasional (BN) to ignore the Chinese community for not supporting the ruling coalition during yesterdays Sarawak elections.

BNs Sarawak United Peoples Party (SUPP) lost more than two-thirds of the 19 seats it contested in a snub by the tiny but vociferous China commuity.

In its weekend edition Mingguan Malaysia, columnist Awang Selamat stressed that re-elected Sarawak chief minister Tan Sri Taib Mahmuds new cabinet will reflect the reality of the ballot box.

The average Chinese voters have rejected BN and supported DAP. Therefore the BN state government can no longer be too generous to give place to representatives from the community. Sarawak cabinet must be reflective of the decisions and attitude of the voters.

Clear message must be sent. Taib must show gratitude to those that supported him and BN government, said Awang in his article New Reality.

The columnist, whose pseudonym is used by Utusan editors, said that BN leaders must learn from the state election when preparing for the national polls.

Once again, the attitude of the Chinese voters is clear in rejecting BN. Awang believes that sentiment of Chinese voters in the peninsular is also the same. The reality is that after dominating the economy for so long, the Chinese community wants to have greater influence and become a dominant political force.

The campaign to change the state government seems to only be accepted by a majority of the Chinese voters. The Bumiputera community still remains strong with BN, Awang added.

He said that BN must formulate a new strategy without depending on the support of the Chinese voters.

Awang said the ruling coalition must not fall into a trap of granting every demands of the community if they continue to vote for DAP.

Let the support come naturally. If the Chinese voters continue to reject BN then we should not worry as there will be a way out, Awang said.

The columnist also said that BN can still win in the general election without the support of the Chinese community.

What is important is to empower the voters that are already loyal supporters. We should not pursue what we cannot get. The potential for BN to win is still huge with the growing support of the Bumiputeras, Malays, Indian and other ethnic communities.

If there is additional support from a small percentage of Chinese voters then that is a bonus. All parties must be ready with the new reality, said Awang.

Last night BN managed to keep its two-thirds legislative majority in Sarawak but the results have shattered the coalitions invincibility and the notion of a fixed deposit in future elections.

The DAP doubled its presence to 12 in Chinese-majority seats while PKR tripled its representation although the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) lynchpin had contested in 49 seats. PAS lost in all five seats it contested while Independent George Lagong took one seat.

The number of state seats to the Opposition pact will spell danger for BN as it could help them win more parliamentary seats when the general election is called by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. PR now has 75 MPs but the Sarawak win could translate into more in the future.

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/mala … wak-polls/[/quote]

Something fishy about this articles.

How do they know majority of Chinese voters against them? What statistics they are based on? By seeing SUPP lost 13 seats?

Isn’t that a bit bias?

Unless, they want to admit they have ways to “trace” which are the chinese voters voting on?

SUPP consist of many supporters also. So they should be ignore despite their upmost support to BN?

[quote=“shuwenteo”]KUALA LUMPUR, April 17 Utusan Malaysia has told Barisan Nasional (BN) to ignore the Chinese community for not supporting the ruling coalition during yesterdays Sarawak elections.

BNs Sarawak United Peoples Party (SUPP) lost more than two-thirds of the 19 seats it contested in a snub by the tiny but vociferous China commuity.

In its weekend edition Mingguan Malaysia, columnist Awang Selamat stressed that re-elected Sarawak chief minister Tan Sri Taib Mahmuds new cabinet will reflect the reality of the ballot box.

The average Chinese voters have rejected BN and supported DAP. Therefore the BN state government can no longer be too generous to give place to representatives from the community. Sarawak cabinet must be reflective of the decisions and attitude of the voters.

Clear message must be sent. Taib must show gratitude to those that supported him and BN government, said Awang in his article New Reality.

The columnist, whose pseudonym is used by Utusan editors, said that BN leaders must learn from the state election when preparing for the national polls.

Once again, the attitude of the Chinese voters is clear in rejecting BN. Awang believes that sentiment of Chinese voters in the peninsular is also the same. The reality is that after dominating the economy for so long, the Chinese community wants to have greater influence and become a dominant political force.

The campaign to change the state government seems to only be accepted by a majority of the Chinese voters. The Bumiputera community still remains strong with BN, Awang added.

He said that BN must formulate a new strategy without depending on the support of the Chinese voters.

Awang said the ruling coalition must not fall into a trap of granting every demands of the community if they continue to vote for DAP.

Let the support come naturally. If the Chinese voters continue to reject BN then we should not worry as there will be a way out, Awang said.

The columnist also said that BN can still win in the general election without the support of the Chinese community.

What is important is to empower the voters that are already loyal supporters. We should not pursue what we cannot get. The potential for BN to win is still huge with the growing support of the Bumiputeras, Malays, Indian and other ethnic communities.

If there is additional support from a small percentage of Chinese voters then that is a bonus. All parties must be ready with the new reality, said Awang.

Last night BN managed to keep its two-thirds legislative majority in Sarawak but the results have shattered the coalitions invincibility and the notion of a fixed deposit in future elections.

The DAP doubled its presence to 12 in Chinese-majority seats while PKR tripled its representation although the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) lynchpin had contested in 49 seats. PAS lost in all five seats it contested while Independent George Lagong took one seat.

The number of state seats to the Opposition pact will spell danger for BN as it could help them win more parliamentary seats when the general election is called by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. PR now has 75 MPs but the Sarawak win could translate into more in the future.

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/mala … wak-polls/[/quote]

Wa…pandai lah… is these what we say “1” Malaysia??

Eugene, u must be reading too much of our so called main stream media. Do you know why DAP/PKR/PAS did not use PR in S’wak election? Its because ROS has refused to approve their application while approving new ones like KITA. The application was made back in 2009.

Why not asked utusan to ignore malay voters> Majority of them already swith their votes to other side.

Let them try lo. PBB winning is mainly because of rural areas, and they don’t really benefit him at all in terms of economy value. Basically the peasants chose Hitler to continue ruling them. Unfortunately for Hitler, what he needs are the Engineers, Accountants, those with money etc. which are the urban folks mostly comprise of Chinese to continue funding his empire. You get rid of the Chinese, he stand to lose his business customers and majority of his shareholders. With SUPP, he can continue to keep rurals poor and uneducated so they can be easily money bribed and the same time, keeping the Chinese in check. Unfortunately for him, Taib now is stuck between hard rocks because DAP beats SUPP and he risk punishing the Chinese. He knows as well, even if the whole population is replaced with Malay-Melanau-Muslim, those educated ones and having access to alternative medias will still oppose him and vote PKR instead. Utusan got it wrong when they thought Chinese are the only one opposing BN. It’s more about those with proper education and ability to think opposing BN.

Popular Votes (DAP,PKR,PAS,BEBAS) : 30,0288 VOTES, BN (PBB,SUPP,PRS,SPDP) : 37,2379.Different of 72,091. Opposition : 44.64% BN : 55.36% (Think about it)

Eugene, u must be reading too much of our so called main stream media. Do you know why DAP/PKR/PAS did not use PR in S’wak election? Its because ROS has refused to approve their application while approving new ones like KITA. The application was made back in 2009.[/quote]

eugene, what relaxjack said is true, not that dap/pkr/pas don’t want to contest under the PR banner, it’s becos they can’t. ROS has disapproved their application becos there are only three parties. the silly reason is there weren’t enough political parties to form PR. i forgot oredi the exact number which is eligible to form a coalition like BN,ROS has reject PR simply becos there were only three component, tidak cukup banyak parti dia org kata

ohya i hope you all can help explaining the term “Sarawak deposit”

sorry i i still try to understand what is the deposit about.

paise paise :slight_smile:

unfortunately, utusan malaysia only know how to play race card. for them it’s all about chinese vs bumiputera.
but the real scenario in sarawak its about urban voters vs rural voters. in urban area, even the iban/bidayuh/orang ulu/melanau vote for DAP. there are so many rural areas in sarawak, name or kampung u never even heard before,those area are usually only reachable by BN, most rural folks are cut off from outside world and that is how PBB get their vote from. kalau betul betul berani ask taib mahmud to contest in miri.

Eugene, u must be reading too much of our so called main stream media. Do you know why DAP/PKR/PAS did not use PR in S’wak election? Its because ROS has refused to approve their application while approving new ones like KITA. The application was made back in 2009.[/quote]

eugene, what relaxjack said is true, not that dap/pkr/pas don’t want to contest under the PR banner, it’s becos they can’t. ROS has disapproved their application becos there are only three parties. the silly reason is there weren’t enough political parties to form PR. i forgot oredi the exact number which is eligible to form a coalition like BN,ROS has reject PR simply becos there were only three component, tidak cukup banyak parti dia org kata[/quote]

ok thanks Relaxjack and kakilepak for pointing out to me about this :oops:

Anyways… We have shown W.M. that we want change ! :wink:

[quote=“Smallee”][quote=“shuwenteo”]KUALA LUMPUR, April 17 Utusan Malaysia has told Barisan Nasional (BN) to ignore the Chinese community for not supporting the ruling coalition during yesterdays Sarawak elections.

BNs Sarawak United Peoples Party (SUPP) lost more than two-thirds of the 19 seats it contested in a snub by the tiny but vociferous China commuity.

In its weekend edition Mingguan Malaysia, columnist Awang Selamat stressed that re-elected Sarawak chief minister Tan Sri Taib Mahmuds new cabinet will reflect the reality of the ballot box.

The average Chinese voters have rejected BN and supported DAP. Therefore the BN state government can no longer be too generous to give place to representatives from the community. Sarawak cabinet must be reflective of the decisions and attitude of the voters.

Clear message must be sent. Taib must show gratitude to those that supported him and BN government, said Awang in his article New Reality.

The columnist, whose pseudonym is used by Utusan editors, said that BN leaders must learn from the state election when preparing for the national polls.

Once again, the attitude of the Chinese voters is clear in rejecting BN. Awang believes that sentiment of Chinese voters in the peninsular is also the same. The reality is that after dominating the economy for so long, the Chinese community wants to have greater influence and become a dominant political force.

The campaign to change the state government seems to only be accepted by a majority of the Chinese voters. The Bumiputera community still remains strong with BN, Awang added.

He said that BN must formulate a new strategy without depending on the support of the Chinese voters.

Awang said the ruling coalition must not fall into a trap of granting every demands of the community if they continue to vote for DAP.

Let the support come naturally. If the Chinese voters continue to reject BN then we should not worry as there will be a way out, Awang said.

The columnist also said that BN can still win in the general election without the support of the Chinese community.

What is important is to empower the voters that are already loyal supporters. We should not pursue what we cannot get. The potential for BN to win is still huge with the growing support of the Bumiputeras, Malays, Indian and other ethnic communities.

If there is additional support from a small percentage of Chinese voters then that is a bonus. All parties must be ready with the new reality, said Awang.

Last night BN managed to keep its two-thirds legislative majority in Sarawak but the results have shattered the coalitions invincibility and the notion of a fixed deposit in future elections.

The DAP doubled its presence to 12 in Chinese-majority seats while PKR tripled its representation although the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) lynchpin had contested in 49 seats. PAS lost in all five seats it contested while Independent George Lagong took one seat.

The number of state seats to the Opposition pact will spell danger for BN as it could help them win more parliamentary seats when the general election is called by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. PR now has 75 MPs but the Sarawak win could translate into more in the future.

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/mala … wak-polls/[/quote]

Wa…pandai lah… is these what we say “1” Malaysia??[/quote]

I think later they will rename it to “2” Malaysia

Eugene, u must be reading too much of our so called main stream media. Do you know why DAP/PKR/PAS did not use PR in S’wak election? Its because ROS has refused to approve their application while approving new ones like KITA. The application was made back in 2009.[/quote]

eugene, what relaxjack said is true, not that dap/pkr/pas don’t want to contest under the PR banner, it’s becos they can’t. ROS has disapproved their application becos there are only three parties. the silly reason is there weren’t enough political parties to form PR. i forgot oredi the exact number which is eligible to form a coalition like BN,ROS has reject PR simply becos there were only three component, tidak cukup banyak parti dia org kata[/quote]

ok thanks Relaxjack and kakilepak for pointing out to me about this :oops:

Anyways… We have shown W.M. that we want change ! :wink:[/quote]

wah, very fast eh the way u turn ur “steering wheel”?.. if dunno pls dun act like 1 la…

[quote=“shuwenteo”]KUALA LUMPUR, April 17 Utusan Malaysia has told Barisan Nasional (BN) to ignore the Chinese community for not supporting the ruling coalition during yesterdays Sarawak elections.

BNs Sarawak United Peoples Party (SUPP) lost more than two-thirds of the 19 seats it contested in a snub by the tiny but vociferous China commuity.

In its weekend edition Mingguan Malaysia, columnist Awang Selamat stressed that re-elected Sarawak chief minister Tan Sri Taib Mahmuds new cabinet will reflect the reality of the ballot box.

The average Chinese voters have rejected BN and supported DAP. Therefore the BN state government can no longer be too generous to give place to representatives from the community. Sarawak cabinet must be reflective of the decisions and attitude of the voters.

Clear message must be sent. Taib must show gratitude to those that supported him and BN government, said Awang in his article New Reality.

The columnist, whose pseudonym is used by Utusan editors, said that BN leaders must learn from the state election when preparing for the national polls.

Once again, the attitude of the Chinese voters is clear in rejecting BN. Awang believes that sentiment of Chinese voters in the peninsular is also the same. The reality is that after dominating the economy for so long, the Chinese community wants to have greater influence and become a dominant political force.

The campaign to change the state government seems to only be accepted by a majority of the Chinese voters. The Bumiputera community still remains strong with BN, Awang added.

He said that BN must formulate a new strategy without depending on the support of the Chinese voters.

Awang said the ruling coalition must not fall into a trap of granting every demands of the community if they continue to vote for DAP.

Let the support come naturally. If the Chinese voters continue to reject BN then we should not worry as there will be a way out, Awang said.

The columnist also said that BN can still win in the general election without the support of the Chinese community.

What is important is to empower the voters that are already loyal supporters. We should not pursue what we cannot get. The potential for BN to win is still huge with the growing support of the Bumiputeras, Malays, Indian and other ethnic communities.

If there is additional support from a small percentage of Chinese voters then that is a bonus. All parties must be ready with the new reality, said Awang.

Last night BN managed to keep its two-thirds legislative majority in Sarawak but the results have shattered the coalitions invincibility and the notion of a fixed deposit in future elections.

The DAP doubled its presence to 12 in Chinese-majority seats while PKR tripled its representation although the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) lynchpin had contested in 49 seats. PAS lost in all five seats it contested while Independent George Lagong took one seat.

The number of state seats to the Opposition pact will spell danger for BN as it could help them win more parliamentary seats when the general election is called by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. PR now has 75 MPs but the Sarawak win could translate into more in the future.

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/mala … wak-polls/[/quote]

two perfect word for them “fascist p!gs”… http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.p … ist%20pigs