There are the lowest, but we do not have a choice…


With politicians having the lowest ranking, and we see them everyday on the tube, hear them through the radio channels, and we have to make-trust them of what they say.

In Sarawak, I think it is not trying to trust them but more like trying to be patient and wait till it happen.

It has been years since the Batang Ai dam deliver electricity to the urban town of Sarawak, and we, at our farms, could just see the birds creating their homes at the pillars of this electricity lines..

When will we enjoy it, only God knows where the priority lies in the heart of the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister together with their long entourage of Ministers and officials.


On paper that was what they said in Parliament. On the ground, it is totally a “huh..really ha?” kind of report.

I have never hear Datuk Shaziman making a visit to the rural of Sarawak, not even to the longhouses in ulu Pakan, Paku, Julau, Belaga, etc..

The rest is just to “Amen” the truth of the survey – they are the No.15, and if there is a No.1000, they will take that position too!

3 thoughts on “There are the lowest, but we do not have a choice…”

  1. UK, I think this is by far one of the best entries I’ve seen on the blogosphere heheheheheh

    It really hits home the message

  2. Apai, amat ah. Enda nemu dini sida bulih statistics nya. Iya ke peda kitai sari-sari tak agi maioh endar rumah panjai nadai api letrik.

    Engka projek wiring kini nya. Then kitai agi ngena injin api ga.. :(

    So I don’t know what this politicians really mean when they mention electrification scheme.

  3. Ketawa macha response nuan UK :-)

    Amat, I hope the Politikos don’t mean “electric chair”, or “electrify the electorate”


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