Tuesday 5 February, 2013
Podcast: Download (Duration: 2:00:04 — 109.9MB)
Was BN’s RM17 bribe worth your vote in the previous state election? PKR Hulu Rajang campaign manager Kumbong ak Langit asks as more and more village heads are waking up and openly supporting PKR.
If only all fathers are like James Mering, who warned his family that should anyone of them vote BN, he’d sue them! Joking aside, he tells us why our listeners keep scolding Dayak leaders like Dr James Masing instead of persuading them to join Pakatan Rakyat.
But why daren’t Sarawakians rise up against Taib Mahmud? Itang says if they still fear the Chief Minister then nothing will ever change.
Bulan from Baram notes the tremendous development in the peninsula and implores the Ibans to cooperate with the Orang Ulu to support PKR’s potential candidate Roland Engan.
Dengue is on the rise again. Dr John Brian Anthony explains how the local authority, too, is responsible for it.
Why are guests of the official opening of a Long Lama clinic by the Chief Minister being asked to provide their names and ID numbers? Baram Protection Action Committee’s Philip Jau worries about a sinister use for the list.
Coming to a town near you soon – Sarawak DAP’s Ubah machine! Team leader Wong King Wei tells more.
Subjects: bribery, Dr John Brian Anthony, electoral fraud, healthcare, James Masing, Kumbong ak Langit, Pakatan Rakyat, Philip Jau, Roland Engan, Taib Mahmud, Ubah, Wong King Wei
Saturday 2 February, 2013
Podcast: Download (Duration: 2:00:03 — 109.9MB)
RFS chats with PKR potential candidate for P204 Betong, Noel Changgai Bucking. In this maiden interview, the former Mayang Tea Plantation manager, among others, shares his development ideas for Sarawak agricultural sector that lacks the human-capital vision.
Another PKR potential candidate, Joshua Jabeng, for Selangau, having spoken on the subject matter in the Malay language “so that more people can benefit”, as he said, shares his thoughts on the on-going RCI in Sabah on the ‘citizenship-for-vote’ scandal and warns of the same fate to befall Sarawak if they don’t kick out BN.
Is RFS instilling hatred towards the BN among rural folks? Or is it that BN cannot bear to hear the truth from the very people that they are now begging to keep them in power? Take a listen to the interview with Mr Jimbun who laments about the infamous Jalan Lapok, rain-dependent life and betrayal by BN-backed headman.
“Come on, ladies!” – a courageous woman from Limbang urges her fellow female citizens of Limbang to support Baru Bian openly as he goes on his campaign trail. “I may not be educated nor speak well but I will speak in support of Baru on RFS.”
Subjects: agriculture, Baru Bian, electoral fraud, Jalan Lapok, Joshua Jabeng, RFS, Sabah