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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Cawat Vs Songkok

Cawat is now become a politic joke to The Dayak. How about naked.
No cawat or even a piece of leave to cover your groin?

“We, therefore, demand that you apologise to the Dayaks of Sarawak in general and to the Ibans of Batang Ai in particular and we also strongly urge you herewith to visit the Iban longhouse in Sarawak, lest you persist in your ignorance and in your arrogant attitude which cannot be good for peace and harmony among the peoples of Malaysia.”

KUCHING: Elected representatives of Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) will send a petition to PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang today in protest of his disparaging ‘cawat’ (loincloth) remarks.

“We consider your remarks uncalled for and insulting,” said the petition, which was signed by PRS president Dato Sri Dr James Masing and all the party’s 12 other assemblymen and parliamentarians.

“We, therefore, demand that you apologise to the Dayaks of Sarawak in general and to the Ibans of Batang Ai in particular and we also strongly urge you herewith to visit the Iban longhouse in Sarawak, lest you persist in your ignorance and in your arrogant attitude which cannot be good for peace and harmony among the peoples of Malaysia.”

Hadi had incurred the wrath of Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders, particularly those in PRS, for his comment in Malaysiakini on July 11 on why the opposition lost in the Batang Ai by-election on April 7.

He was quoted as saying: “Semua pilihanraya kecil sebelum ini keputusannya memihak kepada kita. Cuma di Batang Ai sahaja kita kalah sebab mereka ini tidak reti undi, pakai cawat lagi. Saya bukan nak hina tetapi tempat yang pakai molek, undi PAS.

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I don't see any problem with cawat. In fact these two Dayaks is killing among themselves using cawat and they are looking great.

PRS should apologise to the Dayak on their undeveloped civilization under the Barisan Nasional. Masing should apologise to the Dayak on the false statement during Al-Jazeera interview regarding to the NCR Land and CMS. Well, PRS should accept Hadi “statement” of change or else the Dayak will still wear “cawat” and living on the three. Hadi was right and PRS is wrong. It is the fact that the Dayak is still using “cawat”, nomad, uncivilized and uneducated.

Dayak has been the victims for PRS, SPDP and PBB that are called “The Bumi” party. Infact, the separation of PBDS has shown that the Dayak has gone back into the jungle to find their “cawat” and wear it back. Why should we ashamed of wearing “cawat”. I am proud of it as a symbol of uncivilized community or clan under the great nation of dream, Barisan Nasional. If PRS is ashamed on this “Cawat” thing, the party must teach the Dayak how to wear short pants, boxer but not songkok and sari. There is out of mind to wear non-cawat garment.

We have our forum on Dayak term should not be abolish which was a dayak stupid idea to the great Barisan. Wow!!! It was indeed impressive as a bunch of cawat man and women argue and fired Tuan Entulu. My conclusion from the forum is, if the Dayak still want to be the Dayak, they must appreciate Cawat, Miring, Ngayap, Berumai, Porks, Pigs and living on the three. Furthermore, they must practice head hunting to uphold the legacy of their ancestors.

We have living hard enough to make sure that there are salted fish and plain rice on the mat for dinner. In fact, we have seen series of failures but we never learn from them. I think it is time to say enough is enough to the rotten government and dayak allied parties with BN. PRS is Barisan and it has nothing to do with the Dayak civilization development. We have witnessed a lot of arguments within the party and PRS and SPDP were one but due the greed of power these Dayak YB's put the Dayak in the clown show. It is a joke to the other that the Dayak is still grumbling with their clan and wearing cawat. Let enjoy the clown & circus show and put more cawat thing on the show for it is indeed very-very funny.
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