This segment I will dedicate (with updates) it to analyse all the snippets made by the Yang Dikasihi goons wherever I find it fit for Sakai Mentality study, and of course for your utmost amusement, my fellow Dayaks. (Sakai Mentality defination click here)
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Test Report For Disease Diagnosis: Sakai Mentality

Date: 11-11-2008
Patient: AUB
Ref: DDSM/1108/001A
From post: http://dayakbaru.com/weblog08/?p=915

Sakai Mentality Part 1 (Inferiority complex test):

1. Sample received – “I don’t need a second hand E320 because I am a poor man living in Kara Lumpur”
2. Observation – Patient shows ill-will towards self-development thus indicate no urgent need to compete, prefer to stagnant and promote low-esteem.
3. Critical level – Quite serious and self-destruct in long-term.
4. Corrective action – Eat semi-hybrid gynko pill, a powdered palm oil shoots mix with gynko extracts. Improve blood circulation to brain nerves and improve memory, probably can promote higher self-confidence for further study at Phd level.

Sakai Mentality Part 2 (Happy-to-settle-for-crumbs test):

1. Sample received – “UMNO will recapture its lost ground, and Najib will make a good Prime Minister”
2. Observation – Patient shows increasingly dire need for maximum self-interest (in form of projects such as schools, road projects as tokens to Dayak YBs) by gooning Najib. For every RM30-40m project will pocket RM2-3m AliBaba quick cash hoping to self-appoint as Dayak champion in disguise.
3. Critical level – Reaching pathetic but just below terminal level
4. Corrective action – Perform exorcism/ devil-castings with help of Bishop in front of Sunday mass and yell your heart out: “Corruption is superstitious and false!” and “Yang Dikasihi is a fake prophet!”.

Further recommendation:

1. Patient should watch movie “There Will Be Blood” (starring Daniel Day-Lewis) to better understand the concept of faith vs greed.

2. Place a poster depicting palm oil upside-down with arrow says “Devil” or “Donkey Trap!” at any Dayak area church as much as possible.

Sakai Mentality main cross-reference:
http://dayakbaru.com/weblog08/?p=867
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Test Report For Disease Diagnosis: Sakai Mentality

Date: 11-11-2008
Patient: Bujang Telajak
Ref: DDSM/1108/001B
From post: http://dayakbaru.com/weblog08/?p=927

Sakai Mentality Part 1 (Inferiority complex test):

1. Sample received – “The Dayak land are worthless, nothing, no title and etc. The Dayak cannot develop their NCR land unless they have money”
2. Observation – Patient signalled some utter anxiety for some sense of hopelessness and low self-confidence.
3. Critical level – Still at medium stage.
4. Corrective action – Drink a mixture of donkey tongue (smoked and grind) and palm oil kernel (crushed) to reduce the possibility of critical level reaching terminally ill.

Sakai Mentality Part 2 (Happy-to-settle-for-crumbs test):

1. Sample received – “If you want to go like HINDRAF, mana nya biar nuan siko masuk jel, makan free, aku ngai ngau.”
2. Observation – Patient signalled rather elusive idea of happy to settle for something meagre rather than pick up for a fight. Admit defeat without fighting.
3. Critical level – Past medium stage but not terminal.
4. Corrective action – Watch movie “The Matrix” in order to decide truth from fairy tales. The red or blue pill by Morpheus and the greedy traitor Cypher as lessons. Tattoo your arm with word “Neo”.

Further recommendation:

1. Patient must practice yoga to reach semi-concious state so he can fly to the nearest NCR lands that being robbed and the latest longhouse being burned downed (2 most common practice as sabbatical sacrifice to the Yang Dikasihi).

2. Stop reading materials that contain hallucination drug-overdose effect such as the ever-shameless Borneo Post or the ever-arselicker Utusan Sarawak.

Sakai Mentality main cross-reference:
http://dayakbaru.com/weblog08/?p=867
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Test Report For Disease Diagnosis: Sakai Mentality

Date: 17-11-2008
Patient: Banjaran Kalingkang
Ref: DDSM/1108/002B
From post: http://dayakbaru.com/weblog08/?p=959

Sakai Mentality Part 1 (Inferiority complex test):

1. Sample received – “Wah, Chong is very brave in asking CM to quit.”

2. Observation – Patient signalled a distaste for change or new development from taking place. Rather than accepting new ideas, patient remain to be cocooned with patheticly low/ no sign of self-confidence or self- esteem even in a mere request of change, not even all-out coup de’tat fight against Yang Dikasihi yet.

3. Critical level – Almost blinded.

4. Corrective Action – Patient seriously need confidence-boosting medication. Antidote comprising a mixture of petai and donkey’s tail is boiled making it un-glamourously smelly dessert but is 1 million times better than bird nest soup: increase memory and confidence level in one shot.

Sakai Mentality Part 2 (Happy-to-settle-for-crumbs test):

1. Sample received – “What about Adit. Is he a Chief Minister material. I guess Dr. John is the right material, after all he has a PhD. He should be the Chief Minister, only Dr. John can deliver for the Dayak cause. Not Joesph Tawie, he is just a pensioner. Polis pesen.”

2. Observation – Patient actually promoting in opposite decoding that “just good enough” mentality by trying to project that all Dayaks regardless of education backgrounds or political aspirations should worship Yang Dikasihi for whatever crumbs being given to Dayaks. The repeated key word, “the right material” when decoding in opposite way it merely means “the perfect Yang Dikasihi ball-carrier” or basically a lost cause to fight Yang Dikasihi so Dayaks should take any crumbs since it better than nothing.

3. Critical level – Defensive mode but terminally ill

4. Corrective Action – Practice a yoga-like meditation with sitting on top of durian fruits while carrying bucket load of palm oil kernels. Patient must shout: “I’m not a donkey!” in order to eleviate or completely remove the pain slowly.

Exceptional Findings:

Another new dimension/ evolution of Sakai Mentality being revealed here that is the sense of quick agitation even in a slightly jilted criticism(sort of Mugabe-ism), with quick response of decoded hopelessness for any Dayak wish to undermine Yang Dikasihi. Other findings in the past comments including playing-fakes and being a paranoid stalker. http://dayakbaru.com/weblog08/?p=948

Further Recommendation:

1. Patient must perform twice daily at top of mountain range with loudspeaker and sing a song: “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go.” Since Yang Dikasihi will swim for safety to Australia (where his treasure loots are hidden), it’s a good reminder to goons like the patient above to be aware of his next destination(?) once Yang Dikasihi is gone for good.

2. Since patient made remark on police pensioners, patient must deliver kuih jala with hidden paper message to all state police pensioners or if possible to all Dayaks. Just like the ancient Chinese using the moocakes to prepare a revolt against tyrant emperor, patient must choose the best message maybe like: “Join Tawie to remove the Dayak donkeys” or “Palm oil is Sarawak’s Al-Arqam” or “CMS: Crooks Must Stop!”

Sakai Mentality main cross-reference:
http://dayakbaru.com/weblog08/?p=867

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Test Report For Disease Diagnosis: Sakai Mentality

Date: 11-12-2008
Patient: Dr. Manang
Ref: DDSM/1108/001M
From post: http://dayakbaru.com/weblog08/?p=1054

Sakai Mentality Part 1 (Inferiority complex test):

1. Sample received – “Jangan kedak ya pok.. tulah kelak. Nama tulah tok sik nampak dan berbau!!!”
2. Observation – Patient shows much dissent towards arrested development and discourage truth from being revealed by using fear-mongering and curse tactics.
3. Critical level – Near fatal
4. Corrective action – Patient develop a state of exorcism with keep repeating word ‘tulah’ (will be cursed). Patient must be tied upside down at palm oil tree for one week to confuse the devil inside his body that’ll led the devil’s withdrawal. Daily strokes with palm oil leaves by any church bishop will fasten the process. Painful but effective.

Sakai Mentality Part 2 (Happy-to-settle-for-crumbs test):

1. Sample received – “Many things were done and given to your community that you can not denied”
2. Observation – Patient shows a typical excuse for asking Dayak to accept any crumbs and forcing undeserved appreciation for such crumbs.
3. Critical level – Medium range
4. Corrective action – A symbolic meditation under plam oil tree with one aim: to stop the fresh fruit bunch of palm oil from rotting. A sign of faith against some futile activity such as donating excess palm oil stockpile as biofuel for public transport.

Exceptional Findings:
Yet another new dimension revelead: a concept of karma or ‘tulah’ for defying something that many Dayaks should consider as crumbs. A cycle of curse eh? Just another fear tactics to scare and fool the Dayaks. Nice try from a fake Dr title holder.

Sakai Mentality main cross-reference:
http://dayakbaru.com/weblog08/?p=867

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