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

For the Greater Glory of Bidayuh Politics

(And) what’s the code?! Is it Quaternary?! Or Senary?!

Borneo Post, The. 2010. Baru believes Taib will dissolve DUN on Sunday. October 6, 2010 Edition. Page 4, Column 7.

A-ha! Now we do know that Zoroastrianism do exists in Sarawak; apart from Freemasonry! But then, I do believe in God!

 

Anyway, I’m still expecting that the next state election will be held sometime in May next year! Just in case (if you tend to forget), the previous one was held on May 20, 2006 (Saturday)!

 

Or; could it be held on November 11, 2011 (Friday) –> 111111?! Who knows; as Freemasons are also very obsessed with numerology!

 

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October 8, 2010 - Posted by | 04 Money Talk, 07 The Greatest Scam, 09 Sarawak Politics

5 Comments »

  1. No.Taib will not dissolve the council.Your numerology is far out.Why?10102010.add all the number will be equal to 5.Taib superstitious number is 9.So I leave it to you to guess.Good luck.

    Comment by papayuk | October 10, 2010 | Reply

    • Ooops! The “triple ten” wasn’t mine, actually! Anyway, I’m tired of this guessing game, so no big deal about it.

      Yup; the “triple ten” date is memorable to both “angkatchawan udang galah” and his newly wed wife, lah…

      Last night I watched the History Channel’s “Nostradamus Effect” about Sir Isaac Newton, who was so obsessed about the end of time, which is to occur in 2060 (based on his “mathematical research” on Daniel and The Revelations …

      But then, to me – Sir Isaac Newton was a Freemason – you can Google it out!

      Comment by tiyungdayak | October 11, 2010 | Reply

      • I think it is a fallacy to even contemplate the 2060 as calculated by Sir Isaac Newton,to be the end of time.I really don’t get even a scant idea,as to how and why he made the conclusion.His research based on both Prophet Daniel and the Book of Revelation,ought not to be interpreted of them literally,but should consider it more from the spiritual aspects,for the meanings are varied and only those possessed with innate knowledge is capable of deciphering the secrets and reveal to humans to what the seers of old intended.

        Perhaps what is intended as end of time may actually meant and end of a cycle,which has no beginning and no ending.As an exam ple,words like forever denotes a beginning of a cycle which shall end and then will continued by another cycle far glorious than the previous one and so on.But it is entirely different if one is to use the word eternal,for this is indeed without beginning and ending,like our cosmos which after their death the elements will eventually converge to start another orbs or bodies as per the seeds which will grow into a mighty tree,and the cycles will begin again.You may call it nature,or whatever term befitting our limited vocabulary.
        Consider a season,and say at a certain period there is spring,when all things were inert or deadlike during winter,these things will spring to life in all its splendor,flowers blooms,grass sprouting from the ground,nurtured with rain and warmth and ends in the glorious summer.Then autumn come,seeds had been gathered and stored,leaves start falling and the animals prepare to hibernate etc..in preparation for winter.Life in Winter become colder,an little activities are visible for even the birds would have migrated to a warmer climate,Spring arrive and the cycles renews itself etc….The same is with religion,but I would not wish to clarify further as it would too onerous and perhaps bore you to make you yawn.

        O my God, I ask thee by Thy most glorious name to aid me,which will cause the affairs of Thy servants to prosper and Thy cities to flourish.Thou indeed hast power over all things.May God bless and keep you.

        Comment by papayuk | October 13, 2010

      • Indeed, Papayuk!

        Well, the best part – as they say – is always the “last part”!

        Anyway, thanks for that little prayer – submitted to JC, I guess! I really appreciate it…

        🙂

        Comment by tiyungdayak | October 14, 2010

    • Papayuk,

      I found that this piece of information is quite interesting! Read it – for pleasure, of course!

      Comment by tiyungdayak | October 15, 2010 | Reply


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