<strong>Happy Gawai Christmas From The Dyaks Blog! OHHHAAAII!!</strong>

Happy Gawai Christmas From The Dyaks Blog! OHHHAAAII!!

Let’s examine a typical, average Christmas/Gawai expenses by a Dayak family:

1. Beers of 10 crates (6 crates Tiger Beer and 4 crates TsingTao Beer). The reason with buying two grades of beer is one for standard show-off  for VIP guests and one for common visitors.
Tiger Beer 6 crates/ RM65 X 6 = RM390
TsingTao Beer or lower grade beer 4 crates/ RM45 X 6 = RM180

2. Chicken meats. At least 10 dressed whole chicken at RM15-14 each. 5 for curry chickens and 5 for fried chickens. Some also cooked in bamboo or pansoh style. Costs RM150.

3. Duck meats. At least 5 ducks at RM40 each dressed whole duck. Good for dark soy sauce stew. Originally a Chinese dish not a native dish to the Dayaks but somehow the Hakka Chinese (the farmer Chinese clans often deriled as the Dayak version of the Chinese) must have thought the Dayak how to cook it!

4. Pork. Ain’t no Gawai without pork! Easily RM160-180 for a 10 kg pork or RM16-18 per kg. That’s only for a typical farm-bred pigs. Those reared free-range pigs at longhouse / kampong definately a prized item. Even rarer a pig/wild boar cross-breed (free-range pig with wild boar) which definately have that extra luxury meat experience. Popular pork dish during Gawai are pork stews (with dark soy bean sauce and whole garlics), pork soup with salted cabbage and peanuts, pork soup with dried bamboo shoots, pork soup with tempoyak (durian paste) and chillies, pork bellies, chops BBQ etc.

5. Liqour and lots of it. Minimum Dayak booze standard is that crap called Label 5 priced at RM40 for 1 litre pack. Serve your Dayak guest with anything lower than that (such as Sahip etc) expect yourself to have that silly grin. At least 5 packs worth RM200. Add with the usual suspects of Chivas Regal (RM85 per 1 litre pack) and learn a bit about the American Civil War with Jack Daniels vs Jim Beam (both RM80 per 1 litre pack). Recently the red wines(in paper box) making rounds as the new sidekick for Dayak booze party so dumped in the Stanley Wines (RM50 per pack of 3 litre) and Peter Vella Wine(RM70 per pack of 5 litres). Anyway the Dayak always reserve the ubitiquos “Tuak”/fermented rice wine and the “Langkau”/distilled rice wine (History Channel: Sadly the lazy Dayak learned half-way how to distilled properly rice-yeast combo from the Chinese thus derived with the half-baked liquor called Langkau). Overall booze cost easily RM500.

6. Vegetables. Lots of chilies, gingers, onions, garlics, potatoes, salted cabbage to cook the Dayak favourites such as chicken curry, pork leg with salted cabbage, pork loins with smoked garlics with dark soy sauce stew. Dumped at least RM100 for veggies.

7. Soft drinks. Coca-Cola and tons of it. RM38 per 1.5 litres crate, times 5 crates. Perfect for liquor mix-up. RM200 down. Some would add the semi-booze soft drinks like the Anglia Sandy. RM25 per 24-cans crate. To fool the Malay visitors the Malta malt drinks is a perfect drink to serve as alternate to Guiness Stout (Malay drinkers would fantasize Malta as Stout, true story yo!).

8. Sweets, tit-bits, crackers. Especially salted peanuts the necessary evil to down the beers and boozes. RM100 for this crap.

9. Lemang or glutinous rice in bamboo. Served with chicken curry. Costs RM70 in buying bamboos, glutinous rice and coconut milks ( set of 10 cooked lemangs).

Total foods and drinks expenses easily cost around RM2,000 or more for a typical Dayak family.

And that’s only for Gawai. Six month later the Christmas looms and it is fairly the same amount again splashed out which easily tops RM5,000 or RM500 per month aside. Twice the celebration, twice the ‘wastage’?

Nope Dayaks, I’m not telling you folks to stop celebrating Gawai and Christmas. Not even Peter Minos can tell you that just to mourn unnecessarily for some Queen of Thieves’ funeral. In fact having both would tell UMNO and Perkasa that to enter Sarawak they need to kill both to invade totally Dayak into minced meat.

The point is, if the Dayak can spend such amount just for the sake of feasting and making the Chinese grocery shop towkeys richer and richer every single year, then the Dayak should spend the same for premium powdered milk, seafood, multi-vitamin supplements for their kids.

The Wasteful, Poor Dayaks Making The Beer Towkays RM12 Million Richer Annually?

Just how much the Chinese grocery shop towkeys profiting from the Dayak booze galore? To give you some tips one towkay can easily sells 3 contennas of beer during Gawai. Mind you a contenna loaded of beer is anywhere between 10-15 palletes and each palletes hold 40 crates of beer (of 24 cans). That’s 9,600 cans of beer worth easily RM50,000 per contenna. In one small town of 8,000-10,000 Dayaks population with 10 grocery shops and supermarkets that’s easily 10-15 contennas of beer sold worth well above half million ringgit. Note that these booze are smuggled, tax-evaded and perhaps falsely stamped as baby clothings from China.

Don’t forget it’s twice the amount to include the Christmas booze too! You can see on beer alone the Dayak can spend literally millions only to end up as gazillion gallons of urine. No wonder J*bu claimed in one survey about Dayak alcoholism problem that Dayak spend around RM12 Million worth of booze each year. (more…)



Restore STPM Gatekeeper + Abolish Matriks + Stop PTPTN Scam!

Look closely at the following Malaysia GDP per capita graph:

Malaysia GDP per Capita at current prices/inflation adjusted still stuck at 1980s?

Malaysia GDP per Capita at current prices/inflation adjusted still stuck at 1980s?

Why Malaysian income still stuck at 1980s level? Is it considered a failed nation?

Malaysia A Failed Nation? by Rustam A. Sani

Malaysia A Failed Nation? by Rustam A. Sani

There’s no fancy economics theory here to explain. In fact Crony Capitalism-based economy doesn’t require any genius to explain it. It is down to a rotten education system the main cause of it all. And it’s all because of Mahapokrit as well. Social re-engineering my ass.

But first let’s examine how education system being hijacked out of UMNO’s own inferiority complex. It is based on hate system toward Pendatang students that keep on excel in their studies despite many drawbacks, lack of school fundings and deliberate measures.

Firstly, STPM made redundant examination as SPM and Matriks being rigged to ensure as many UMNOPutra students gain direct entry to public universities. Pendatang students do not have such priviledge except being stuck thrown to STPM lions in Form Six. Yet the Pendatang students able to pass through the STPM and again, face the same undeserved UMNOPutra students in public universities.

How these UMNOPutra students cope and compete with Pendatang students?

Nope it’s not the biggest issue as competition will settle the obvious winner, but at what cost financially to both UMNOPutra and Pendatang students later.

Yes you got it right: how will they repay their PTPTN study loans back. For the those students having good results rest assured they may skip half, reduced loan rates or best of all being converted as full scholarship to top achievers. A-ha…in the end the UMNOPutra students suffered the most…having poor result albeit granted junk 3rd class degree with no employment chance in open job market…ends up as honorable jobless graduate with certified bankruptcy status unable to repay the PTPTN loan.

Is this how BN education systems works toward achieving high-income nation? By fooling own UMNOPutra students and turned them instead as jobless bankrupt graduate?

Obviously it is the UMNO fault all along out of hate toward Pendatang students that always dominating great academic results. Seriously UNESCO should declare Malaysian education system as a scam, highly racist and anti-intellectual.

There are already plenty of debates, strategies to reverse the declining standard of the education system including wasting billions and billions on teachers’ retraning, PPSMI and the reversal of it but still the rot continues. Hell, it’s billions more wasted on PTPTN study funds as well.

The solution and to end this academic disaster is ironically already in place but made redundant: it’s all down at STPM level.

Yes, just revised back STPM as the ultimate test and standard barrier to enter tertiary education. Scrap the practice as using SPM to enter college courses and abolish the dubious Matriculation system as alternate university entry point. Both public and private universities/colleges must accept only STPM holders as students.

This will filter out lots of genuine students from the idiots. And those with good STPM result deserves automatic study loan/assistance from PTPTN. No more free issuance of easy money for anyone from PTPTN. Competency must be rewarded and mediocrity shouldn’t be promoted.

The effect of this measure (STPM as common benchmark entry) will be immediate. Universities/colleges will receive only good, committed and quality students so it’ll be reflective on overall rankings of our universities as well on global standings. PTPTN meanwhile, require much lower funding to operate as the number of study loan applicants will be dropped. EPF can no longer risk of giving soft loans to PTPTN only to write it off as so many student defaulted unable to pay back with their junk degree deemed useless for employment. Colleges(cronies-linked) that depend on predating, luring the unsuspecting SPM holders either close down or buckle up to accept STPM holders.

Now what this means to Dayak students?

Very gloomy to be honest. Gloomy because all these while Dayak students being treated as 2nd class Bumiputra students and also one of the easiest target to be duped by private colleges that offer junk degree courses and also ends up as bankrupt jobless graduate. One can see just how many banners hanging outside the rural secondary schools ready to prey on these rural Dayak students.

Furthermore Dayak students are not exposed in earlier stage of education about English, the rigorous regime of Chung Hua style in studying Maths thus make them ill-prepared to face STPM open competition head-on. Only lucky few will survive the cut, how about the rest? Considering GiatMara? Odd job kopitiam waiter/waitress earning RM350 per month? (more…)

When DCCI (Dayak Chamber of Cronies Industries?) proposed for assistance for Dayak companies to enter Bursa listings, ever wonder what’s that shows or purpose anyway?

Is it representative of what 800,000 Dayaks’ economic standings in reality?

Or more to show off the Dayak BN Cronies ability of their cable-bilities?

DCCI better stop it as most of these Cronies worth PN17 companies without cables from UMNO projects. Worst part those Cronies numbering less than 150 top Cronies basically not even 1 percent of entire Dayak population to held authority on genuine business leadership other than Cronyism and Nepotism.

The wealth apportioned from such practice of course being kept only for these select few Cronies, not the rest 800,000 Dayaks.

So how to engage as many Dayaks possible to benefits from their looting?

To ask the Dayak BN Cronies to teach DCCI members how to bribe for projects? How to alienate cheap state lands for high resell later? How to dupe fellow Dayak NCR landowners to upgrade it as commercial land to fat rich Foochow towkeys only not to be paid later? Or how to run easy money Ali Baba companies?

Nope, Dayak BN Cronies will never teach all of those looting tricks.

And that is why DCCI’s plan to get Bursa listings will fail to sustain their business for long run. And that’s right there aren’t enough Dayak companies being taught and established the Cronies way! The plundered wealth will end in 3rd generation as the Chinese says.

Here’s the lesson: Always share the good stuffs and multiply it.

DCCI must groom and teach all the tricks in the sleave to as many Dayak entreprenuers out there. For all the good and sundry, conjobs, tricks whatever it is share it all. Ever wonder why some multi-level marketing still works and expanding despite of their dubious business nature? These MLM crooks always sharing and recruiting, expanding in one company or another.

Sounds like promoting a scam here? You tell me.

DCCI is a scam anyway. A Dayak scam by the Cronies. Only problem the Cronies aren’t that smart and selfish enough to share their tricks and expand it so big it can create a group of Dayak business cartel.

What a cartel can do? Ever heard of OPEC? Well those sheikh folks can choke us of oil if they wanted too.

And you may ask what DCCI got as Dayak entity to choke and control? Do you see NCR lands? Who control oil palm in Sarawak? Dayak have lands it’s 50 percent battle done but not enough choke on oil palm cartel. Oil palm needs lot of lands. Choke it and DCCI must become Dayak oil palm cartel. Speaking of oil business, what DCCI did so far to ensure oil and gas jobs can be channeled more to Dayak youths? Create Dayak worker oil and gas agency?

How about liquor? Dayak loves booze binge drinking. Can DCCI control beer distribution rights? How about the illegal beer lootings? Why let SUPP moonshine goons control it? Can DCCI send their own goons as gatekeeper at each Dayak village longhouse, any moonshine must deal with DCCI folks first? Sooner or later who knows cock-fighting will be legalised, piss off if DCCI failed to act as state Nyabong gambling commisioner!

You see there are plenty of lootings that DCCI can get other than Bursa listings.

The most important thing is to identify the correct and relevant business to nail it hard. And don’t forget to share it too. Once you share it to many Dayaks until it strong enough to command a cartel status, you got it spot on. Sounds like a typical monopolistic Foochow trader? Damn right!

The Dyaks Blog Final Donkeys:

Last but not least, perhaps DCCI should learn from the Native Americans on how they do business and share it. Good to note that it seems the Native American have full control of their reserve lands and to whom they can do business better on their terms. Perhaps DCCI can have the same mentality that demand greater control of how Dayak lands can be handled best in own Dayak terms rather than being held gun-point by LCDA Yang Dikasihi goons. (more…)

Happy Easter 2011:


Agik Idup, Agik Ngelaban!
Sim Kwang Yang, Malaysia Kini, 19 April 2011

At the height of the Sarawak general election, I received an email from a young Malaysiakini reader. The following is the content of her message, sent a short time after the final day’s mammoth rally for Pakatan Rakyat in Stutong, Kuching, a few hours before polling began.

“Dear Mr Sim Kwang Yang, “I was there at the ceramah held in Stutong. I heard your speech and I was very moved by what you said. I hope for a new Sarawak, and a new hope for the young people.

“I am 27 years old and I hope that my generation can learn from you on what it is to persevere and be strong in times of difficulty. Your fighting spirit has made me realise that we young people have taken many things for granted.

“I stood very near the stage and as such, I was privileged to be able to hear and see you clearly. Your speech was moving. I was also there when the police rushed up to try to stop the ceramah from proceeding (right).

“I saw this, and I knew what it felt like to be denied the freedom to voice out. This is how our ideas are suppressed. Fortunately, the unity and cooperation from the crowd prevailed, and we could continue. That made me see and realise something powerful. (more…)

For this year 2011 Good Friday, let us all Dayaks and Christians alike step back to remember some of the most dubious and treacherous bunch of Dayaks JUDAS in The Ming Court Affair 1987.

SPECIAL REPORT: The Ming Court Affair
Malaysia Kini, 25 May 2006

Taib Mahmud has been Sarawak’s leader for 25 years. It wouldn’t be so had he not survived a ‘palace coup’ in 1987. Malaysiakini revisits the infamous Ming Court Affair in this five-part series.


The Ming Court Affair, Pt 1
Terence Netto, Malaysia Kini, 9 May 2006

No grasp of recent Sarawak political history can be said to be firm without an understanding of the Ming Court Affair, the pivotal event of the last two decades, the fallout from which is felt to this day as the state gears up for the 9th Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) elections on May 20.

Essentially there were four main actors in the drama, not all of whom were present at the eponymous hotel in Jalan Ampang in Kuala Lumpur where simmering discontent with the leadership of Taib Mahmud came to a head in a plot to remove him as chief minister in early March 1987.

The major players were the then eminence grise of Sarawak politics, Rahman Yaakub; the man who would be king, Taib Mahmud; the man who had aspirations to be chief minister, Leo Moggie; and the affair’s late joining but main casualty, Daniel Tajem. (more…)

YB Sir Baru Bian vs. Yang Dikasihi
Despite the unsurprising BN victory, it’s all meaningless to Yang Dikasihi. Not because that he fear the foiled UMNO coup (nevertheless our TYT Tun Louishuddin heeded to his request) to replace him 11th hour with pro-UMNO PBB YB, but rather this man – YB Sir Baru Bian.

Yes, Yang Dikasihi knew that the entire ball-less eunuch Dayak BN YBs basically a polar apart to match/ worthless against YB Sir Baru Bian‘s relentless pursuit to protect the Dayak rights & freedom.  That’s why this 10th Sarawak state election deemed to be a meaningless victory for Yang Dikasihi once Baru Bian got elected and surely he got it.

The equation simply like this:
[YB Sir Baru Bian > Entire Dayak BN YBs]

This is a nightmare to Yang Dikasihi. To see YB Sir Baru Bian walk into DUN sittings with his speech alone enough to strip naked the entire ball-less eunuch Dayak BN YBs, it gotta be joy to watch! (more…)

On behalf for UMNO, Dr James Miring says a big THANK YOU and TAHNIAH to SNAP for pissing the Dayak votes!

So now Dr James Miring himself simply confirm the truth: SNAP = UMNO!


Rejoin BN, Masing advises SNAP
The Borneo Post, Sunday 17 April 2011

KUCHING: SNAP should consider rejoining BN to make the party relevant again, suggested PRS president Dato Sri Dr James Jemut Masing yesterday.

“If they don’t do it (rejoin BN), they can consider closing shop,” said Masing.

Masing pointed out that the message SNAP conveyed to the electorate in the April 16 polls was outdated.

“SNAP has been away (from mainstream politics) for far too long. It has no network to convey its message to the people and the party’s campaigning method was not even working,” he told reporters.

He reiterated that it would be wise for the party’s leadership to stop whatever they were doing right now and rejoin the ruling coalition.

“I would like to advise SNAP to start cooperating with the BN again. Join us to strengthen BN for the next parliamentary and state elections.”

Yesterday, Masing retained Baleh with a 3,898-vote majority, beating Bendindang Manjah of PKR in a straight fight. He garnered 5,242 votes while Bendindang managed only 1,344 votes. (more…)