Thursday, May 05, 2016

PKR reaching 'escape velocity' in Batu Kitang?

MM Online - Study shows PKR leading DAP in Batu Kitang, but BN beats both

KUCHING, May 5 ― A new survey by Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) found PKR’s candidate was preferred in Batu Kitang over that of its ally DAP, the former said today.

Citing the survey carried out just after nomination day, PKR said its candidate, Voon Shiak Ni, was favoured by 33 per cent of respondents, ahead of the 31 per cent who chose DAP's Abdul Aziz Isa.

The poll showed, however, that Barisan Nasional candidate Lo Khere Chang beat both at 35 per cent. One independent registered an 11 per cent approval.

“The survey, conducted from April 27 to May 1, is authentic and we have no reason to dispute it,” PKR communication director Fahmi Fadzil told reporters in a daily briefing.

“The survey was conducted independently and without our knowledge. The result was handed to us by persons we do not want to identify,” he said.

He said the result proved Sarawak DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jen was wrong in saying that 48 per cent of the voters interviewed by an independent research group Merdeka Center supported the DAP.

The Merdeka Center survey was commissioned by both PKR and DAP, and the latter released the findings to back its claim over overlapping seats.

Now that may well be, but apart from my inherent bias against PKR and for DAP, wakakaka, there are 2 other major reasons for my doubts about this UUM survey.

Doubt One - the survey was conducted by UUM. I am not a fan of UUM, wakakaka (I am being polite).

Much earlier the better known and independent Merdeka pollster found that in Batu Kitang the DAP would secure 60+% of the votes, PKR a mere 8%, leaving 32% +/- to BN.

The UUM's polls apparently obtained for DAP only 31% voter support (plummeting from an earlier 60+%), while PKR miraculously exceeded Earth's escape velocity to now attain 33% voters support (from a mere measly minute 8%) ...

... with BN remaining at the 30 percentile mark, this time creeping up from 32 to 35%, a reasonable possibility.

Thus the only humongous sea-change is supposedly for PKR, from 8 to 35%, wakakaka.

Doubt Two - 'Twas a PKR man, Fahmi Fadzil, who came stumbling forward in over-eager indecent haste to assert (rather defensive, wakakaka): “The survey was conducted independently and without our knowledge. The result was handed to us by persons we do not want to identify.”

Yea right, so the result was handed to PKR by persons the party do not want to identify, wakakaka, which sounds like a familiar PKR line.

I heard that before some years back when a FMT reporter, wakakaka a Sweetie, quoted an un-named (wakakaka) Pakatan shadow minister when such a creature (shadow minister) did/does not exist, wakakaka again.

In that FMT article , I mentioned must be an amazing reporter (or journalist). In one of her previous article Pakatan's 'shadow cabinet' list she claimed she could even speak with a non-existent Pakatan 'shadow minister', so shadowy that he seemed like a miasmatic mist of ........, wakakaka, okay lah ...mystery then, wakakaka. Of course that 'shadow minister' was not identified, like today's case regarding the UUM survey finding being handed over to PKR, wakakaka again.

I had then commented her so-called Pakatan shadow cabinet was a Kafkaesque joke – and if you don’t know the meaning of the word 'Kafkaesque', please ask Mr Manmanlai as he had used the word on a few occasions, wakakaka - with the potential for Pakatan to outdo BN in the numbers department, where Pakatan would allegedly have 15 ministries including shared deputy prime ministerships, with each ministry having at least 3 if not more names as ministers, making a total of no less than 45 and probably exceeding 60 ministers. WTF or rather, wakakaka.

Sweetie admitted that her list has been compiled from a combination of:

(a) discussions with a Pakatan MP who wished to remain anonymous (see this word 'anonymous' or the phrase 'wish to remain unidentified' in Pakatan, wakakaka, and you can straightaway pinpoint the source, wakakaka again) ...

... but who I suspect was probably from PKR, wakakaka. As usual, by suggesting some key nominees in the secret list, he was pre-empting his party's supposed allies from choice ministries wakakaka,

(b) observations from the performances and statements of Pakatan MPs ...,

... and undoubtedly, the most mysterious of all, wakakaka ........

(c) personal conversations with the (unidentified, wakakaka) "shadow minister", their friends or their acquaintances, when in the first instant, "shadow ministers", other than the PM-designate during the previous Pakatan Rakyat days, didn't (still don’t) exist ........

I admit I was very cruel to her when I wrote: No, I won’t hold much store by the list that Sweetie has written, perhaps more to mitigate against the BN sarcasm that Pakatan was incapable of coming up with a shadow cabinet.

Of course I then had my opinion as to why, but the far more important point was my amazement at Sweetie's claim of talking with non-existent "shadow ministers" ..... unless she had the conversation with the self-appointed wet-dreaming "Shadow Home Minister" (cum "Shadow Finance Minister" cum "Shadow DPM" cum ..., wakakaka.

Thus the current so-called UUM survey, mysteriously or coincidentally handed over to only PKR by an unidentified source, wakakaka, would in my suspicious mind, be a last ditch desperate do-or-die effort by PKR in its psychological and PR (public relations) campaigning to persuade Sarawakians in Batu Kitang and other constituencies who are still undecided on their political choice, ...

... though well-known political analyst Bridget Welsh informed us, the Sarawakians have already long decided.

Apart from not holding much store in a UUM survey with its findings handed by an unnamed source to PKR, wakakaka, I am, quite frankly, far more interested in seeing whether Baru Bian can hold his seat in Ba'Kekalan. Bian only managed to defeat his 43-year-old nephew Willie Liau (BN) by a very narrow 473 votes - wakakaka.

I wonder what the UUM survey has said about Ba'kelalan, wakakaka.

1 comment:

  1. What can anybody with a sane mind expect from PKR cronies and ass lickers?Any dudes who procure the services of prostitutes of the whore houses that PKR operates,believe what the madams said "all our girls are virgins"?Any dudes who believe the madams,better go jump into the nearest bushes and shiok sendiri themselves.