Sabah dan Sarawak adalah BERSTATUS NEGARA dan bukannya Negeri.

Sabah dan Sarawak adalah sebuah Negara yang MERDEKA DAN BERDAULAT yang mana kedua - dua NEGARA ini telah bersama-sama dengan Singapura dan Malaya untuk membentuk Persekutuan Malaysia pada 16 September 1963.

Happy Sabah (North Borneo) Independence Day 51 Years

Sabah or previously known as North Borneo was gained Independence Day from British on August 31, 1963. To all Sabahan, do celebrate Sabah Merdeka Day with all of your heart!

Sarawak For Sarawakian!

Sarawak stand for Sarawak! Sarawakian First. Second malaysian!

The Unity of Sabah and Sarawak

Sabah dan Sarawak adalah Negara yang Merdeka dan Berdaulat. Negara Sabah telah mencapai kemerdekaan pada 31 Ogos 1963 manakala Negara Sarawak pada 22 Julai 1963. Sabah dan Sarawak BUKAN negeri dalam Malaysia! Dan Malaysia bukan Malaya tapi adalah Persekutuan oleh tiga buah negara setelah Singapura dikeluarkan daripada persekutuan Malaysia.

Sign Petition to collect 300,000 signatures

To all Sabahan and Sarawakian... We urge you to sign the petition so that we can bring this petition to United Nations to claim our rights back as an Independence and Sovereign Country for we are the Nations that live with DIGNITY!

Decedent of Rajah Charles Brooke

Jason Desmond Anthony Brooke. The Grandson of Rajah Muda Anthony Brooke, and Great Great Grandson of Rajah Charles Brooke

Monday, 2 February 2015

Anwar’s ‘No Secession’ plea misleading

The Opposition Leader avoided mentioning the intention of the Founding Fathers in Borneo and Article 1 of the Malaysia Agreement 1963.

KOTA KINABALU: Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim’s take on Friday in Kota Kinabalu on the unhappiness in Sabah and Sarawak with Malaysia was not about “the truth being stranger than fiction” but vice versa.

That’s the stand taken by the UK-based Borneo’s Plight in Malaysia Foundation (Bopim).

“Anwar claimed during a session with the local media that the Federal Constitution does not allow for secession,” noted Bopim President Daniel John Jambun in a phone call. “If this was the case, Attorney General Abdul Gani Patail would have mentioned it during the recent Opening of the Sabah, Sarawak Law Year in Kota Kinabalu.”

“Instead, the AG referred to Point 7 of Sabah’s 20 Points, a constitutional document on Malaysia, which states that ‘there would be no secession’ from Malaysia.”

The AG did concede nevertheless, pointed out Daniel that — presumably notwithstanding Point 7 — the people can decide (on secession).”

Two points must be mentioned on secession, stressed Daniel, besides the AG literally advocating but not as a Sabahan that “the people can decide (to secede)”.

The first is that “the Bible states that God made man in his own image and with Free Will. The concept of Free Will allows for the kind of self-determination that facilitates secession”.

Secondly, stated Daniel, Article 1 of the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) was never implemented. Article 1 called for a new Federation, called Malaysia, as An Equal Partnership of Sabah, Sarawak and Malaya (with Singapore incorporated through merger with the peninsula), and a new Malaysian Constitution.

Both — new Federation, new Constitution — were never done in 1963.

“The present Malaysia is, in fact and in law, the Federation of Malaya based on the Federation of Malaya Agreement 1948. The definition of Federation under Article 160 of the Federal Constitution refers.”

Article 1(1) of the Federal Constitution, continued Daniel, clearly shows that Sabah and Sarawak were dragged into the Federation of Malaya (known as Federation of Malaysia since August 31, 1963 and/or September 16, 1963) as the 12th and 13th states.”

“This was not the intention of the Founding Fathers in Borneo and was not in line with the intention of the framers of Article 1 of MA63.”

Where both Anwar and the AG seem to agree, said Daniel, was that “a minority was driving the Agenda on Sabah, Sarawak rights.”

“We beg to disagree with both gentlemen on the struggle for Sabah, Sarawak rights being one waged by a minority,” said Daniel. “The Sabah, Sarawak struggle for their rights could not be the Agenda of a minority after a half century of the plight of both nations in Malaysia. After these more than five decades, everyone in Borneo is aware that something is not quite right about Sabah and Sarawak in Malaysia.”

The bottomline, said Daniel, is that Malaysia as per Article 1 of MA63 has no legitimacy in Borneo. “The Federal Government has also been party to illegalities in Borneo, especially in Sabah, as evident from the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) Report released in December last year.”

States are of course integral to a Federation as Anwar pointed out, said Daniel, “but that doesn’t mean no secession”.

Singapore had to leave Malaysia in 1965 after it realised that it’s merger with Malaya would still not give it access to the Malaysian Common Market, he recalled.

“No Common Market, NO Malaysia, Singapore decided.”

Likewise, Daniel reiterated that Sabah and Sarawak being the 12th and 13th states in Malaya (renamed Malaysia) was not the “intention” of the Founding Fathers in Borneo, nor was it in line with Article 1 of MA63.

“No Equal Partnership of Sabah, Sarawak and Malaya, NO Malaysia. Sabah and Sarawak can decide.”

TUARAN TAMU SAGA: Nine Arrested For Distributing ‘seditious’ Leaflets At Tamu; Released Nine Hours Later

TUARAN: Nine locals, most of them said to be from Ranau, were picked up at the Tamu grounds Sunday morning for allegedly being involved in activities of a seditious nature.

Three others, who were said to have been signatories to a petition promoting Sabah rights being carried out by the group, were also hauled up by police, according to witnesses, but there was no mention of them at a press conference later on.

All nine, aged from 24 to 50, three of them women, were released nine hours later after their statements were taken down and after they posted an un-deposited police bail of RM2,000, with two sureties.

Their arrests at about 9.15 am caught the attention of local opposition politicians, including former Chief Minister, Datuk Yong Teck Lee, who rushed to the police station to offer legal and moral assistance.

They were however locked out as the gates were closed while a light strike force (LSR) unit stood by some 10 metres away.

This caused some tension at the scene as Yong clamored that he and some lawyers be allowed to visit the detainees so that they could be offered legal advice.

A senior police officer, identified as ASP Solihin however said no one was to be allowed in, though he later (at about 5pm) allowed 18 people, said to be friends of the detainees, to enter so they could post bail.

As catcalls were raised, the group then unfurled two Sabah flags and sang the ‘Sabah Tanah Airku’ (Sabah My Homeland) state anthem.

Later former deputy Labour Minister and Tuaran MP, Datuk Kalakau Untol and former Petagas Assemblyman, Datuk James Ligunjang were also seen outside the police gates.

Most of those detained were wearing their traditional costumes but there were some who had t-shirts on with the words SSPR (said to refer to Semangat Satu Perjuangan Rakyat) or In One Spirit for the Peoples’ Rights.

Witnesses told Sabahkini.com that the nine were part of a larger group who had planned to collect signatures for a petition on Sabahan rights as well as distribute leaflets at the tamu outlining their struggles.

They said police suddenly swooped down on the nine, plus three others who had signed the petition, and ‘handcuffed’ them with plastic cuffs, before taking them to the police station nearby.

The others who escaped the police dragnet soon started flooding social media with photos of their ‘handcuffed’ comrades as well as their arrests.

This got the attention of Yong, who with several of his SAPP members went to the station at about 3.00pm only to find themselves denied entry.

The detainees were finally released at 6.15pm and marched out with their bailors; and on reaching the police gates heartily sang the Sabah Tanah Airku.

Leaders were carried shoulder high as they celebrated their release.

Sabah Officer in Charge of Criminal Investigations (OCCI) Senior Assistant Commissioner, Sallehudin Abdul Rahman when met at about 8.10pm at the station, confirmed that police believe those detained had connections with SSKM (Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia or Sabah Sarawak Secede from Malaysia).

He said those detained were being investigated under the Sedition Act for indulging in activities that were seditious in nature. He did not elaborate though.

Sallehudin said police had yet to complete their investigations and once it was over, a report would be handed over to the Attorney-General’s chambers for further action.

Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar in his twitter account on Sunday night said:

“Well done @Sabah police arrest nine individuals in Tuaran for distributing brochures instigating the people to get Sabah out of Malaysia. WELLDONE Boys,” he said.

He, however, declined to comment further when contacted by Bernama.

It is understood that police have retained the handphones of those detained, telling them they were required for police investigations.

Sunday, 1 February 2015

UPDATED : Tuaran Tamu Campaign – Nine With SSKM Links Detained,Seditious Pamphlets Seized.

Tuaran : Police confirmed that they arrested nine persons aged between 24 to 50 believed to be link to the Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM) at the tamu ground in Tuaran sunday morning.

Sabah OCCI SAC Sallehudin Abdul Rahman told reporters at the Tuaran Police station Sunday evening,they are being investigated under the Seditious Act.

Sallehudin,also said Police believe the group had links with the SSKM as they were distributing pamphlets of a seditious nature.He did not elaborate.

The group,some of them attired in traditional costumes,had also approached tamu shoppers to sign a petition for Sabah rights.

All nine were released on Police bail just before 6 pm on a police bail of RM 2000 each undeposited with two sureties.

Sallehudin said further investigations are underway and investigation papers will be sent to the attorney general’s office for further action.

Earlier nine youths were detained by Police and were held at the Tuaran Police Station for allegedly wearing t-shirts with the alphabet’s SSKM- on the front.

They were picked up at the Tuaran tamu grounds around 9 am Sunday.As word on their arrest got around,a group of people,mainly SAPP supporters led by former Chief Minister Datuk Yong Tack Lee turned up at the station but were refused entry.

A light strike force unit was seen ten meters from the gate where Yong and his people were locked out.

Yong who said he was there since 3 pm,said a Police officer told them the youths would be released by 5 pm.At around that time,a Senior officer with the name tag Solihin allowed 18 of those outside the station to enter.

They were supposed to bail out those detained.Also seen outside the Police station were SAPP Vice-President Amde Sidek and former assemblyman James Ligunjang.

Former Tuaran MP Kalakau Untol turned up shortly after 5 pm to lend his support.He claimed the youths who were detained were on a signature campaign.

S’pore exited as it had no common market with Malaysia

Janadas Devan says Singapore made the move to go its own way because it saw no economic advantage in its merger with Malaya.

KUALA LUMPUR: If Singaporeans had allowed themselves to be cowed, they might still have been offered “one country, two systems” as late as August 1965.

“Fortunately, our forefathers were a pride of lions led by lions,” said Institute for Policy Analysis Director Janadas Devan, the son of former Singapore President Devan Nair, in a speech delivered at the Singapore Perspectives 2015 seminar on January 26.

Why does he recall this history?

“To remind ourselves there was nothing inevitable about our founding. What might have been and what has been point to one end, which is always present, the poet T S Eliot wrote,” he cited. “A people who forget their history will perish. I fear we might well become such a people. “

Raised in clover and accustomed to success, our elite especially have come to regard themselves as self-created, self-sustaining, self-perpetuating entities, he added. “What is is; they have no antecedents; history is bunk. So they come to believe, for instance, that we were never vulnerable, that vulnerabilities are myths, lies. Only a people who forget their history can delude themselves so.”

Again, he wants to consider that “we came close to getting one country, two systems before we stumbled on Separation. All our founding leaders initially believed Singapore couldn’t survive without a hinterland. They only abandoned the idea when it became obvious a common market with Malaysia wasn’t on the cards”.

Singapore saw (eventually) no economic advantage in merger (with Malaya), argues Janadas. “The reason why we joined Malaysia in the first place, was because of believing that a small island state could not survive without a hinterland.”

He cited an example: the Economic Development Board (EDB) had to seek permission from Kuala Lumpur to award pioneer certificates to prospective investors in Singapore, entitling them to tax-free status for five to 10 years. “In the two years we were in Malaysia, only two out of 69 such applications were approved, and one came with so many restrictions it amounted to a rejection.”

As another example, he recalls that Dr. Goh Keng Swee recounts in his Oral History a conversation he had with a World Bank expert who was advising Kuala Lumpur and Singapore on the common market.

“Suppose [the Malaysian Finance Minister Tan Siew Sin] does not play the game and the common market does not get off the ground – what happens?” Dr. Goh recalls asking the World Bank expert.

The expert answered presciently thus: “In that event, Mr Minister, it’s not the common market which should be in danger; the whole concept of Malaysia would be in danger.”

“Even then, it hadn’t occurred to them the world could be our hinterland; or if it had occurred to some of them, they didn’t as yet know how to give effect to that vision,” continued Janadas. “The notion of a ‘global city’ was some years away; globalisation decades. That we could be a hub in a variety of fields, that MNCs could be our ticket, and that we could be the centre of this, that or the other – none was obvious.”

“The one constant in our history has been our audacity.”

It means the paths not taken as well as the paths taken remain always possibilities – now, he stressed. “It means the risks avoided, the successes attained, the dangers circumvented, the achievements chanced upon — all are never ever wholly voided or erased. It means our history — for 50 years now a triumphant arc that bent always toward sunlit uplands and fresh pastures — and that our history can still turn tragic.”

What might have been and what has been point to one end, he reiterates, which is always present. “The one constant in our history has been our audacity.”

He prays that it may always remain so.

Janadas’ speech must be read in full for a better appreciation, and again, read together with another at the same seminar by Bilahari Kausikan, Ambassador-at-Large and former permanent secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He explained why being a small country in South-East Asia was not as simple as it sounds for Singapore.

Youths Detained By Tuaran Police


FLASH……….Nine youths have been detained by Police and are being held at the Tuaran Police Station for allegedly wearing t-shirts with the alphabet’s SSKM- Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia,on the front.

They were picked up at the Tuaran tamu grounds around 9 am Sunday.As word on their arrest got around,a group of people,mainly SAPP supporters led by former Chief Minister Datuk Yong Tack Lee turned up at the station but were refused entry.

A light strike force unit was seen ten meters from the gate where Yong and his people were locked out.

Yong who said he was there since 3 pm,said a Police officer told them the youths would be released by 5 pm.At around that time,a Senior officer with the name tag Solihin allowed 18 of those outside the station to enter.

They were supposed to bail out those detained.Also seen outside the Police station were SAPP Vice-President Amde Sidek and former assemblyman James Ligunjang.

Former Tuaran MP Kalakau Untol turned up shortly after 5 pm to lend his support.He claimed the youths who were detained were on a signature campaign.

SSKM volunteers detained at Tuaran police station

They were reportedly picked up at the tamu (fair) grounds for distributing petitions for signature.

TUARAN: Several Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM) volunteers arrested and detained at the Tuaran Police Station this afternoon have been released after their statements were recorded, according to eye-witnesses at the scene who uploaded an update in Whatsapp.

The exact number could not be immediately determined.

It’s not known whether they will face any charges.

Earlier, the arrests and detention went viral in the social media, especially Whatsapp and Facebook which has pictures uploaded.

Apparently, they were picked up at the tamu (fair) grounds while handing out petitions for signature.
There was some kind of stand-off outside the gates of the police station, according to these reports, “and riot police were mobilised to block the entrance”.

Sabah Progressive Party President Yong Teck Lee and Tamparuli Assemblyman Wilfred Bumburing, along with SSKM supporters and members of the public, milled outside the gate. The two leaders apparently wanted to enter the police station to try and intervene on behalf of those detained.

UK-based Doris Jones, the chairperson of Sabah Sarawak Union (UK), the NGO behind the SSKM movement, said in a Facebook posting in an immediate reaction that she “will deal with this matter with NGOs in Sabah”.

“I am still waiting for the result or conclusion from the authority,” she added. “I have no further comments at this moment.

Saturday, 31 January 2015

"Bukan niat untuk menolak mentah-mentah pandangan YB Datuk Seri Anwar..."

Bukan niat untuk menolak mentah-mentah pandangan YB Datuk Seri Anwar yang berhujah menidakkan perjuangan anak muda Sabah Sarawak yang merasa tertindas yang nasibnya TIDAK TERBELA dalam Persekutuan Malaysia.

Namun apa salahnya untuk kita semua berfikir sejenak sejauhmana logik dari sebuah statement oleh salah seorang ahli YB berkenaan suara Minoriti SSKM :

1) Jika sekiranya Sabah Sarawak keluar Persekutuan Malaysia adalah TIDAK BERFAEDAH dalam jangka masa panjang....'

Bagaimana pula masa 51 tahun yang Sabah Sarawak berikan kepada Malaysia jika sekiranya selama 51 thn membentuk persekutuan Malaysia,Sabah Sarawak hanya mendapatkan STATUS TERMISKIN sedangkan taraf Sabah dan Sarawak adalah RAKAN KONGSI dan bukan Negeri Jajahan Tanah Melayu seperti negeri-negeri lain.

2) Negeri-negeri adalah penting dalam Negara Persekutuan "

Jika sekiranya Sabah Sarawak adalah PENTING bagi Malaysia...Bagaimana pembangunan di Sabah Sarawak adalah yang TERMUNDUR bahkan amat sikit kemajuan dari segi pembahagian tenaga kerja,pembahagian hasil kekayaan ( sebelumnya HAK MUTLAK Sabah Sarawak ) infrastruktur yang serba kekurangan.

Apa Sabah Sarawak hanya penting untuk mendapatkan Mayoriti UNDI untuk memastikan agenda politik tetap berjalan? Ataukah peruntukan mencukupi namun peruntukan tersebut TIDAK PERNAH sampai kepada rakyat di pedalaman ?

3) Jika Sabah dan Sarawak keluar persekutuan Malaysia adalah MELANGGAR undang2 perlembagaan..."

Dalam hal ini, yang mana satukah perlembagaan yang hendak digunapakai? Adakah undang-undang perlembagaan Persekutuan TANAH MELAYU 1957 yang mana Sabah dan Sarawak pada masa itu ber-STATUS NEGARA.

Ataukah mengguna pakai Undang-undang mengikut perlembagaan Malaysia (MA63) dimana Sabah dan Sarawak BERSEKUTU SECARA SUKARELA membentuk Persekutuan Malaysia dan TIADA usaha mengKAJI perjanjian Malaysia 1963 walaupun HAL tersebut PERLU dan WAJIP di KAJI setelah SINGAPURA keluar dari Persekutuan Malaysia.

4) Jangan Menggunakan Sentimen Negeri "

Dalam hal ini ianya BUKAN sentimen Negeri,KERANA Sabah dan Sarawak adalah ber-Status Negara sebelum di turunkan kepada Negeri,dimana mengikut Undang-undang Sabah dan Sarawak adalah RAKAN SAMA TARAF yang sepatutnya ada HAK bersuara yang SAMA dengan Malaya.

Sabah dan Sarawak adalah BUKAN Negeri JAJAHAN Tanah Melayu seperti mana negeri-negeri lain di Semenanjung.

5) SSKM adalah kumpulan Minoriti yang mungkin TIDAK mewakili aspirasi Sabah sarawak.

Bagaimana dengan Suruhanjaya Cobbold yang hanya mengutip 4000 suara/tanda tangan sedangkan rakyat Sabah Sarawak pada saat itu berjumlah Jutaan penduduk.Bukankah ia juga suara Minoriti?

pada pandangan saya sebagai orang awam,hendaklah ada satu perbincangan antara pihak SSKM dan pihak Kerajaan/Malaya agar semua kekusutan boleh di 'rungkai' sebelum semuanya menjadi parah dan menimbulkan hal-hal yang Tidak di inginkan.

Pulangkan apa jua Hak-hak Sabah dan Sarawak yang sepatutnya SS dapatkan dan melayan SS secara adil seperti layaknya rakan sama taraf dalam persekutuan Malaysia.

Hari ini mungkin YB yang memegang tampuk kekuasaan Namun TIADA Kekuasaan yang akan KEKAL 1000 tahun pasti akan ada titik 'Noktah' dari setiap perjalanan Politik dan kita pasti TIDAK mahu dikenali sebagai sebahagian dari sejarah 'Lembaran Hitam' Malaysia yang akan di kesali oleh generasi penerus yang akan datang.

# Pergo Et Perago , Dum Spiro Spero #


Secession is against the constitution, says Anwar

Kota Kinabalu: The Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM) campaign will hinder any attempt at forcing the Government to re-look at the original conditions of the Malaysia Agreement 1963.
Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said there has been growing support for the rights of Sabah and Sarawak and to revisit the spirit of the Malaysia Agreement 1963 but warned that any secession effort would hijack the process.

"It will not benefit us in the long run. Seceding from the Federation is against the Constitution. States are integral parts of the Federation. It is clearly stated. Do not use this State sentiment because no country in the world would readily concede this argument.

"And particularly when it represents a minority, I think we have to be careful as it will be used against the rest," he said, at a press conference after holding a dialogue with a group of youths, here, Friday.

Thus, any attempt to secede from the Federation is unreasonable and advised Sabahans to effect change instead of submitting themselves to a new independent state.

He added that from his meetings with people from different groups in Sabah and Sarawak, it appeared that the people are more disenchanted because of the neglect, marginalisation, poverty and inequality they suffered.

Anwar said he agreed with many of the concerns expressed and that major transformation of the national policies is required. "Just because I disagree with SSKM does not mean that I disagree with the clamour for reform in Sabah. People tend to think that if you disagree with SSKM, that means you do not like the wishes of Sabahans.

"That is not true. Look at my speeches in Parliament. I am from Penang but I am tough on Sabah and Sarawak rights although we did not get the support here.

"It does not matter…because when it comes to principles and rights, we must stand our ground," he said.

Anwar branded the SSKM movement a populist move and that its objective runs against the constitution.

Anwar also said he is resigned to accepting whatever the outcome of the appeal on his second sodomy conviction.

If the appeal is dismissed, Anwar would immediately serve five years' imprisonment and effectively lose his Permatang Pauh parliamentary seat as the law bars anyone fined RM2,000 or imprisoned for one year from serving as a lawmaker.

"Do not expect me to negotiate my principles. I will not accept any ultimatum. There is no reason whatsoever, based on the evidence and the law, that can implicate me in committing the offence.

"So what is the problem? I deserve to be acquitted. But in the event I am convicted, it will certainly not be easy for me, Azizah and the family because of my age and my condition, to be sent back to prison.

"It is a political decision. It is not an issue of legal evidence. Nobody can dispute that, except (prosecutor) Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah of course," he said.

Anwar added that while he prayed that he would be acquitted, an imprisonment sentence will not deter his struggle and he will carry on with his pre-arranged plans ahead of the Feb. 10 decision.

In terms of party leadership, he said his wife Dato' Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail will remain the president of PKR and assisted by a team of very capable and effective leaders, including Selangor Menteri Besar and PKR Deputy President Azmin Ali.

"As a team, we have prepared the ground well. I have discussed it extensively even with my fellow members of Pakatan Rakyat although we are still having some difficulty with setting the date for the meeting with PAS.

"But otherwise, our agenda and policies must be respected," he said.

Former CM questions why so few Sabah teachers are being posted to own state

KOTA KINABALU, Jan 29, 2015: Only 10% of newly-graduated Sabah teachers are returning home to serve the state.

Former Chief Minister Datuk Seri Yong Teck Lee said this could be taken as disrespect by the federal government of the Malaysia Agreement 1963.

“The revelation by Education Department Datuk Jame Alip that only 64 out of the 598 new teachers arriving in Sabah this month are Sabahans shows that the Education Ministry has thrown the Malaysia Agreement 1963 into the dustbin,” he said in a statement.

The Sabah Progressive Party president said the Malaysia Agreement was explicit in stipulating that the Borneonisation of the civil service was a binding obligation on the Malaysian government.

Yong lamented that the government was speeding up the complete “Malaysianisation” of the civil service in Sabah, especially in education and religion for “whatever hidden agenda”.

He was also unhappy with the posting of more religious teachers to Chinese and mission schools in Sabah.

“The proper places for this large number of religious teachers is at religious schools and not normal schools.”

He said the latest posting of a large numbers of religious teachers to non-religious schools gave rise to legitimate concern of a hidden religious and political agenda.

Sabah academy to correct distorted historical facts on East Malaysia

KOTA KINABALU, Jan 29, 2015: An academy intended to set the records straight on Malaysia’s formation and educate East Malaysians of their rights, has been set up by the Borneo Heritage Foundation (BHF).

Spearheaded by BHF chairman, Opposition lawmaker Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan, the academy will also promote and instil patriotism and nationalism amongst the people, apart from conducting leadership training.

Describing the setting up of the academy as “timely”, Jeffery who is also the State Reform Party president, said the establishment of the academy would institutionalise political, economic consciousness and education programmes, and would also empower the people on issues affecting East Malaysia.

This especially in view of the growing support and calls for Sabah and Sarawak to be restored as equal partners to Malaya in the Federation of Malaysia.

“This is also needed to restore our rights and constitutional safeguards that were promised to the Borneo States when it agreed to jointly formed the nation,” said Jeffrey during the academy’s launching ceremony, here.

Apart from the academy, a resource centre will also be established to undertake research and publications, as well as house materials, documents, books and publications important to the academy and serve as an information centre for reference.

Jeffrey is optimistic that the setting up of the academy and the resource centre, would ensure “correctness, truthfulness and consistency in the understanding” of Sabah and Sarawak’s aspirations at the time of Malaysia’s forming.

“Most importantly, it will serve as a reference point to correct and rectify the misinformation and distortion in the history of Malaysia and the formation of Malaysia that are disseminated by various bodies including the federal government.”

Distorted historical facts irked East Malaysians at large and, according to Jeffrey, who is also the Bingkor assemblyman it was not surprising that Sabahans and Sarawakians feel cheated.

He added that what “broke their hearts” more were threats to arrest Sabahans when they were seeking justice.

Friday, 30 January 2015

TOLAK PARTI-PARTI MALAYA! TOLAK AGENDA MALAYA DI BORNEO!

Sudah tiba masanya kita semua meninggalkan parti-parti malaya yang selama ini telah mendalangi segala masalah di Negara Sabah dan Negara Sarawak... Ingatlah... Parti-parti malaya ini umpama dua biji nangka... Buah nangka yang buruk adalah bn-umno manakala buah nangka yang segar dan masih muda adalah pr. Tetapi, dua buah nangka ini adalah daripada sepohon pokok yang sama, bertunjangkan satu akar yang memberikan rasa yang sama. 

Parti-parti malaya membawa agenda malaya untuk terus mencengkam kuasa politik Negara Sabah dan Negara Sarawak. Niat mereka tidak pernah untuk membantu tetapi memperbodohkan bangsa Borneo. Jikalau mereka ikhlas dalam memberi bantuan, mengapa tidak membiarkan parti-parti politik tempatan untuk menguasai semua kerusi DUN dan Parlimen? Mereka mempunyai beratus kerusi DUN dan Parlimen di malaya tetapi masih mahu menguasai kerusi DUN dan Parlimen di Borneo?

Kononnya hanya pr sahaja yang boleh menumbangkan bn-umno??? Itu adalah satu pemikiran yang bodoh! Kenapa? Sebab itu jelas menunjukkan mentaliti anda sudah terjajah dengan penuh keyakinan bahawa hanya parti luar sahaja yang mampu membawa perubahan. Negara Sarawak sudah membuktikan bahawa dakwaan tersebut adalah benar-benar salah dan bodoh. Sehingga kini, kerajaan persekutuan takut kepada kerajaan Sarawak kerana kerusi DUN dan Parlimen dikuasai majoriti oleh parti-parti tempatan walaupun dalam bn tetapi semangat adalah "Sarawak For Sarawakian". Manakala di Negara Sabah, ia tidak berlaku sedemikian.

Tujuan untuk menguasai semua kerusi DUN dan Parlimen di Negara Sabah dan Negara Sarawak  oleh parti-parti politik Tempatan Borneo tidak pernah teringin untuk menguasai putrajaya. Putrajaya tidak mempunyai signifikan ataupun kepentingan kepada Kerajaan Negara Sabah dan Kerajaan Negara Sarawak. Ini kerana segala keputusan putrajaya tidak akan mampu terlaksana jikalau Kerajaan Negara Sabah dan Kerajaan Negara Sarawak MENOLAK kerana KATA PUTUS adalah ditangan Kerajaan Negara Sabah dan Negara Kerajaan Sarawak. Tetapi, dengan membenarkan parti -parti malaya menguasai Kerajaan Negara Sabah dan Kerajaan Negara Sarawak di peringkat Dewan Undangan Negeri (Negara) iaitu DUN, segala resolusi, arahan mahupun akta yang diluluskan di peringkat parlimen oleh majoriti pemimpin-pemimpin malaya yang berlandaskan kepada kepentingan malaya akan turut diluluskan oleh Kerajaan Negara Sabah dan Kerajaan Negara Sarawak. Ini kerana mereka telah memegang kuasa politik Kerajaan Tempatan walaupun ia ditadbir oleh pemimpin-pemimpin tempatan namun mereka hanya sekadar boneka yang tidak mampu menghalang segala keputusan daripada seberang.

Tetapi dengan memiliki parti-parti tempatan yang menguasai Kerajaan Negara Sabah dan Kerajaan Negara Sarawak, segala keputusan, arahan mahupun akta BOLEH DITOLAK UNTUK TIDAK DIPATUHI jikalau ia menjejaskan kepentingan Bangsa Negara Sabah dan Bangsa Negara Sarawak.

Anda nampak, anda lihat dan anda sendiri mampu menilainya... Kerajaan Tempatan Negara Sabah dahulu bukan tidak boleh memerintah dengan baik tetapi sepanjang pemerintahan mereka, halangan dan tekanan datang tanpa henti. Ditambah lagi dengan ketamakan serta pengkhianatan dikalangan pemimpin tempatan yang kononnya berjuang demi rakyat itu telah meruntuhkan kekuasan kerajaan yang diterajui oleh parti tempatan.

Kini, PRU14 adalah satu peluang kepada Bangsa Negara Sabah dan Negara Sarawak untuk sampaikan mesej yang jelas kepada parti-parti malaya... JANGAN MENCAMPURI URUSAN POLITIK NEGARA SABAH DAN NEGARA SARAWAK! SILA JAGA TEPI KAIN SENDIRI. TEMPAT SENDIRI PUN TIDAK TERURUS, MASIH MAHU BERLAGAK HEBAT DI NEGARA ORANG! 

Kita mesti membuat satu pendirian yang TEGAS! Jikalau tidak, kehidupan dan kesengsaraan kita akan tetap kekal seperti sekarang dan mungkin akan menjadi lebih teruk lagi.

Anak-anak muda, Generasi Muda Negara Sabah dan Negara Sarawak... Fikirkanlah mesej yang disampaikan oleh pihak kami ini... Jangan biarkan diri anda terpengaruh dengan ideologi dan agenda malaya yang berusaha meresapi pemikiran anda untuk tunduk kepada kehebatan mereka secara halus... Tangkis dan tolak serta-merta! Anda adalah bakal-bakal pemimpin yang akan menerajui Negara ini. Jangan biarkan kata putus anda nanti ditentukan oleh orang asing! Kerana, jikalau perkara itu berlaku, seperti yang pihak kami katakan, kita sebenarnya sedang dijajah melalui bentuk penjajahan Zaman Moden!

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