Tiyung Dayak – “The Sour Dayak Apple” in Bidayuh Politics

For the Greater Glory of Bidayuh Politics

At first, it was “privatization”; and then, will it be “nationalization”?!

Yup, all of us have heard about “forecasting” and some of us have been involved with it – be it scientific paper works, finance, investment, etc.

In politics of uncertainties, I’ve this kind of doubt: Will Malaysia is going to be ruled by a dictator – beginning from next month?!

I saw, heard and read about the happenings in Venezuela! Prior to that, Hugo Chávez was seen as “liberator” for Venezuelans. And that’s the danger of “admiring” people or someone who is powerful and has military background or has a close ties with the military. So, if you are an investor in Venezuela, could you imagine the financial losses (done to you and your organization) – due to autocratic (authoritarian) ruling by Chávez, where he keeps on silencing his critics?! Yup, read some more by clicking on relevant links found in “financial losses“.

Anyway, let’s pray that God may continuously bless Hugo Chávez, his political opponents, and the Venezuelans in particular!

Now, let’s go back to “our own backyard“. This morning, I have a chance to “cast” my doubt about our national politics of uncertainties to SJS and Team. And thanks for their prompt reply, which I’m able and going to share with you – as shown below.

Some of the comments found in SJS and Team Blog. Click on the above image to read the details, thank you!

Some of the comments found in SJS and Team Blog. Click on the above image to read the details, thank you!

Well, I hope that my blogger friends will “pay heed” to the “call of uncertainties” – beginning from next month! Or is it “beyond doubt” (with certainty and/or definitely)?!

“Don’t Drink and Drive”; “Agi Idup Agi Ngelaban, Kaban“…

From: Tiyung Dayak as “The Doubting Thomas” or “Thomas in Doubt (TD)”

March 5, 2009 - Posted by | 08 Malaysian Politics

1 Comment »

  1. Possible prophecy. So vote non-BN in Batang Ai and the 2 Bukits

    Comment by tunabdulrazak | March 6, 2009 | Reply


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