Posted: Nov 24, 2008 11:10am
Comments by Sarawak Headhunter in red.
Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister Alfred Jabu Numpang lambasted ‘certain quarters’ who he said kept denying the great changes and developments that Sarawak experienced in the 45 years of independence.
WHAT "great changes and developments"? Obviously a man in great denial. Are Sarawakians expected to be grateful for the crumbs of "development" which the BN Government have thrown to Sarawak while the real fruits of development has been enjoyed by Malaya and siphoned off by BN politicians and their cronies? This idiot deserves to be lambasted himself.
Speaking at a luncheon reception of St Mark Chapel, Nanga Peka, Paku, Jabu described them as individuals or small groups of people who were always in denial.
Who's in denial again?
“They were only trying to influence the people to oppose development for their own personal gain,” Jabu reported to have said by Borneo Post.
Who in their right mind would want to oppose real development? IT'S THE CRUMBS OF DEVELOPMENT THAT WE OBJECT TO BEING FORCED TO SWALLOW, JABU!
Jabu who is the Minister of Infrastructure Development and Communication as well as Minister of Rural Development warned the people against falling prey to such detractors.
Unfortunately the people have fallen prey to Taib, Jabu and the rest of the BN gang of crooks, who have deprived them of any chance of real development and will continue to do so as long as they are still in power.
The Deputy Chief Minister said these people are only good at making empty promises but added he was confident that people would not be easily swayed by them to ensure that they would remain progressive.
Empty promises? That is the BN's specialty. Who else has all the opportunities?
However not everyone is agreeable with the Sarawak Deputy Minister's statement. Jabu is in fact often at loggerheads with many young Dayak intellectuals and bloggers for his off-the-cuff remarks.
These are not just "off-the cuff" remarks, but the utterings of a seriously damaged brain.
Henry anak Joseph a Dayak blogger recently said “It has greatly surprised me that a man of his standing is prepared to stoop so low to find fault with the young Dayak intellectuals. In my humble opinion his precious time should be devoted to matters that can provide long term benefits to the Dayak,”.
Which are of no concern to him.
In another function earlier on Jabu announced RM50 million dividends will be paid to Salcra scheme participants in January and July 2009.
Only in Sarawak has mediocrity been elevated to a standard of excellence.