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Friday, November 2, 2012

Bogus Democracy


From federal leaders’ (Peninsular Malaysia) point of view, Malaysia’s State of Sabah is but a fixed deposit State. Meaning put in one lump sum, let it alone to grow, comes back only when it matured.

Sabah, its original name was North Borneo declared independent from and by the British on 31st August 1963.

That 31st August 1963 supposedly the actual day of Malaysia’s Independent day, but not quite due to unfinished work in London, if it were to include Sabah and Sarawak it could only be declared independent on 16th September 1963.

In as far Sabah is concerned the actual taste of independent was this period from 31st August to 16th September 1963 i.e. all and all sixteen days.

Back why do leaders in Kuala Lumpur called Sabah the fixed deposit, the present Government of Barisan Nasional, especially leaders of UMNO, United Malay National Organisation use Sabah as manufacturing and germinating Malay genome, in other words, Malay race factory is in Sabah.

Creating Malays race means ensuring the control of the nation’s politics.

Increase the number of Malays would prolong the life and power of the Malay, as the Deputy Prime Minister Muhiddyn Yassin said, Malay first Malaysia second.

By the way the number of Malay race in Sabah in the 70s was only around 6% while today is around 68% or more.

Regardless the race and religion to a point, BN government is using Sabah to create more Malays by accepting as many as possible people from the two neighbouring countries namely, Philippines and Indonesia.

These people have been given real Malaysian identity card (MyKad) and so also bogus identity cards to enable them to vote in every nation’s General Election, tactics are varied in shapes and forms but the objective is to increase number of people to vote for UMNO, and other BN components.

The worst of all, the real people of Sabah are neglected; today World Bank reported that Sabah is the poorest state in Malaysia.

Never was Sabah the poorest, when it started in good stead known to be the wealthiest state to begin with, with abundant of natural resources.  But it’s during the tenure of UMNO’s government that Sabah has made a name the poorest, while government’s politicians are among the richest. Shame.


Amde Sidik, Deputy President of SAPP, Citizen Journalist Malaysia
Former University law lecturer.
Born in Sipitang, Sabah.
Studied at UK & Australia's Universities

64 comments:

  1. can you reverse the race of the 68% malays in Sabah Mr Amde? afterall they are all your brothers and sisters minus the imported suluk and indon of course. UMNO has been deeply rooted in Sabah with your own brothers and sisters as members. how could you possibly shipped them over to SAPP for instance?. in other words, how are you going to wipe out UMNO from the map of Sabah? put it that way.

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    1. PSEUDO MALAYS

      THE 68% "MALAYS" ARE ARTIFICIALLY CREATED "MALAYS" LIKE MALAYSIA WAS ARTIFICIALLY CREATED BY THE BRITISH FOR UMNO.

      IT IS A MERE LEGAL FICTION- BECAUSE THE INDONESIANS & FILIPINOS MUSLIMS ARE RE-CLASSIFIED AS "MALAYS" AND GIVEN IC CARDS FOR UMNO'S SINISTER POLITICAL RACIAL POWER GAME.

      Sidik is speaking as a real Sabahan patriot not as a "Malay". Race should not be an issue at all. But UMNO has deliberately made it so in Sabah where in the past this was a non-issue (nor in Sarawak). So UMNO has injected the Malayan divide and rule poison into our once harmonious Borneo society.

      The re-classification reflects how flexible the meaning of "Malay" can be.

      But is it loaded with certain poisonous racism against the Chinese. All non-Muslims like Mahathir for example are readily absorbed into the "Malay" family even though they are of different racial origins. However, a Chinese Muslim remains a Chinese Muslim. The odd thing is that many Chinese females are adopted by Malay families and they become assimilated with no problems.

      When Sabah gains its independence from Malaya all "illegals" i.e. people who were not originally born here in 1963 should be shipped to Malaya. This should be the start date to define whether the invaders allowed in by UMNO are Sabahans.

      The longer this takes to happen the more difficult it will become...

      Sabahans have to decide how to overthrow the foreign domination and rule of Malaya. Voting out UMNO will not severe the chains of Malayan colonial rule.

      Rising to fight for independence is the only way!

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  2. Only a change of government can undo the evils of Umno, Asal Bukan Umno...The only will is left to genuine Sabahans to make this change. If Pakatan is sincere if it goes to putrajaya, and the only negotiating table is we, the Borneon states played their cards well, we will live to see a brighter Sabah, to rid the legacies of the Evil Dr Mahathir, the most treacherous, who gave citizenship to illegals.

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    1. the opposition pack is very much divided, BN leads by UMNO would still be a force to reckon with for years to come.

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  3. Prio to the entry of Malayans , there were NO Malays in Sabah/Sarawaks,there were only Bumiputras vis a vis... So in actual FACT the MALAYS are outsiders....LOL

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    1. its only a perception, they are no malays in Sabah. all we have are bajau muslim, kadus muslm, murut muslim, etc etc...

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    2. SABAH SARAWAK PEOPLE ARE TOO SOFT!

      PART OF THE PROBLEM IS THAT SABAH SARAWAK PEOPLE ARE TOO TOLERANT AND ALLOWED THEIR FREEDOM & INDEPENDENCE TO BE TAKEN AWAY BY UMNO MALAYAN COLONIALISM UNDER THE "MALAYSIA" FEDERATION SCAM.

      THEY ALSO HAVE A "LIVE & LET LIVE" ATTITUDE WHICH MEANS THEY DO NOT REACTED EXTREMELY STRONGLY AGAINST THE INVASION OF UMNO AGENTS FROM INDONESIA AND THE PHILIPPINES. UMNO HAS MADE USE OF OUR GOOD NATURE AGAINST US.

      UMNO HAS RAPED AND LOOTED OUR RESOURCES FOR 49 YEARS AND YET WE "SS" PEOPLE ONLY PROTEST MILDLY.

      THE SOUTHERN SUDANESE DID NOT TAKE IT LYING DOWN. FOR 50 YEARS THEY FOUGHT THE DOMINATION OF NORTHERN SUDAN TILL THEY GAIN REAL INDEPENDENCE.

      SO IF WE DON'T DO ANYTHING TO THROW OUT THE MALAYAN INVADERS WE WILL BE MINORITIES IN OUR OWN LAND AND BE TOTALLY DOMINATED BY PSEUDO MALAYS!



      WE SHOULD TAKE WARNING FROM THE PALESTINIAN EXAMPLE WHERE THEIR LAND WAS INVADED AND THEY BECAME DISPOSSESSED OF THEIR COUNTRY. IT TOOK LESS THAN 20 YEARS.

      SABAHANS WAKE UP! UNITE & FIGHT BACK FOR AN INDEPENDENT SABAH!

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  4. RM2.98 billion allocation given by Federal Government to Sabah next year to carry out various development projects.

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    1. RM2.98billion + RM941million(5% oil royalty) = 22% oil royalty. better than PR's 20%. vote for BN la

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    2. Semoga peruntukan ini berjaya membangunkan ekonomi tempatan.

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  5. The projects were for boosting electricity supply (RM400mil), clean water supply (RM150mil) and building roads to connect rural areas (RM31.3mil).

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    1. Semoga kawasan luar bandar mendapat bekalan yang mencukupi.

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    2. Diharapkan projek menambah baik bekalan elektrik dan jalan raya ini akan berjalan lancar.

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    3. Di harapkan apa yang di rancang akan berjalan dengan lancar.

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  6. Pihak yang menyalahgunakan kuasa, harus dikenakan tindakan undang-undang.

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  7. sikap hipokrit Anwar Ibrahim yang perlu dilihat oleh rakyat jika mahu faham siapa individu ini sebenarnya

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    1. Politik yang diamal oleh Anwar Ibrahim adalah politik yang percaya semua orang boleh dikorbankan demi mencapai cita-cita peribadinya untuk menjadi Perdana Menteri

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    2. Pihak pertama yang menjadi mangsa politiknya rakus sudah tentu isteri,anak-anak dan keluarganya.Dari 1998 hingga kini keluarga Anwar dipaksa mengharungi pengalaman getir dan pahit disebabkan mahu mengejar impiannya ke Putrajaya.

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    3. Politik yang di amalkan oleh Anwar adalah hanya untuk kepentingan peribadi beliau sahaja.

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  8. Sudah tentu perkara ini amat mudah sekali bagi embangkang.Taktiknya ialah dengan melontarkan satu isu yang dekat di hati rakyat

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    1. Janji yang di beri pembangkang hanya harapan palsu.

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  9. Bukan senang nak jadi juara rakyat. Maka dgn itu, segala apa yg di katakan oleh PM kita adalah sebagai satu amaran kepada wakil-wakil rakyat yg akan di pilih nanti utk bertanding di PRU13 nanti, iaitu calon yg boleh menang

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    1. PM kita perlulah melantik calon yang boleh menang pada PRU-13.

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    2. PM perlu melantik pemimpin yang enar-benar iklas dan berjiwa rakyat untuk menjadi calon.

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  10. Diharapkan hak demokrasi rakyat Malaysia akan dihormati.

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  11. SPR memainkan peranan yang penting untuk memastikan demokrasi dalam negara itu sentiasa dijaga.

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  12. Jika kita mahu memperjuangkan demokrasi, yang paling penting adalah semua rakyat mendaftar sebagai pengundi terlebih dahulu.

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  13. Change in the government for the betterment of the people.

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    1. Tukar kerajaan belum tentu dapat awa apa-apa perubahan kepada kita, sekarang memang masih ada kekurangan namun masih boleh di perbaiki.

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  14. We want peace and unity among the people across the country.

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  15. Hopefully next year there will be some development in the Sabah.

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  16. The amount allocated will help to boost the local economy.

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  17. Respect the rights and decision of the people.

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  18. Philippines and Indons are MALAYS to UMNO,these PATIs are our next of kins.So what? They are given the best of Mycard for their loyalty to UMNO.Pakistanis are MALAY.Bajau Samah? Irranun? Bisayah? Berunai?It the truth - really bitter truth.

    Believe it or not ,these PATIs are outnumbering our BUMIPUTERA in number.Those idolised UMNO can thanks your lucky star tthe day you realise that PATIs are your NEW MASTER.


    Gonzales
    Taun Gusi KB

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  19. A total of RM386 million has been allocated under the 2013 Budget to standardise the price of essential goods in Sabah and Sarawak, in the government’s continuous efforts to ease the burden of the low-income group, said a Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon.

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    1. He added that the plan to open 57 Kedai Rakyat 1Malaysia (KR1M) was also to ensure that the people in the rural and interior areas were able to enjoy the subsidy given by the government for essential goods.

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  20. In a statement to Bernama here, yesterday, he said the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry held regular dialogues and discussions with industry players so that they would not raise the price of the essential goods exorbitantly.

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    1. He said the government had spent RM22.9 billion last year to subsidise petrol, diesel, cooking gas, flour, rice, cooking oil and sugar, while various regulations including the Price Control and Anti-Profiteering Act 2011 and Festive Seasons Price Control Scheme had been put in place to protect the consumers.

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    2. Koh added that the National Key Result Area (NKRA) and Government Transformation Programme (GTP) implemented by the government also brought positive impacts for the people in the rural areas. He said under the NKRA for Rural Basic Infrastructure for year 2010-2011, a total of 955.72 km and 736.06km of roads had been built in rural areas in Sabah and Sarawak respectively.

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    3. Some 44,845 and 40,384 households in Sabah and Sarawak respectively were also enjoying piped water supply, while 70,440 households in Sabah (29,358) and Sarawak (41,082) were supplied with electricity during the period.

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    4. As for the NKRA to raise the living standard of low-income households, he said 258,435 households in Sabah and Sarawak received aid under the e-Kasih Programme while another 31,026 households, Sabah (15,546) and Sarawak (15,480) had been able to improve their income under the 1Azam programme.

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    5. He added that the government would build more affordable homes for the middle and low income groups, a commitment started since the 90s and implemented through Syarikat Perumahan Nasional Berhad (SPNB) and government-linked companies.

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    6. Koh said to help the people, the government also launched various initiatives such as Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M), Kedai Rakyat 1Malaysia (KR1M), Klinik 1Malaysia, Kedai Kain 1Malaysia and Teksi Rakyat 1Malaysia.

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    7. He said a Cabinet Committee on reducing the cost of living in Sabah and Sarawak, would hold a mini lab from Oct 1 to 25 to create more initiatives to help rakyat in these two states.

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    8. The Committee is chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and participated by some 42 government agencies, consumer groups and industry players

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  21. Calling on the people to maintain unity in defending the independence, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has called on the people to join hands to propel the country to greater heights.

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    1. The prime minister urged the people to unite and work with the leaders to ensure the success of the country’s transformation agenda.

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    2. He said after 55 years of independence, Malaysia was now be considered a successful, increasingly rich, prosperous and strong country.

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    3. “Be aware that the independence knocked our door only once. Let us struggle to defend the independence firmly in every noon and corner the country at all times.

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    4. “We should shore up our defence when our adversaries and the opposition try to put the country in disarray,” he said when addressing over 150,000 people at the “Merdeka 55: Janji Ditepati” (promises fulfilled) gathering in conjunction with the Merdeka Day celebration at National Stadium, Bukit Jalil.

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    5. Present were the prime minister’s wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and his wife, Puan Sri Norainee Abdul Rahman, Cabinet ministers, and Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders.

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    6. The country is led by leaders who are continuing the struggle laid down by the founders who fought for the independence, said Najib, adding that the leaders and the people were not working hand in hand to fulfil the independence for the third generation.

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    7. “So do not let your guard down, do not be complacent even for a moment. Never turn your back on the struggle,” he said.

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    8. Citing Malaysia’s resounding success, he said the economy grew 5.4 per cent in the second quarter of this year, the value of Bursa Malaysia had hit RM1,410 billion, and Malaysia had become the world’s third biggest Initial Public Offering (IPO) after the United States and China.

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    9. He said the first phase of the Government Transformation Programme (GTP) implemented since 2010 to raise the standard of living of the people would come to a close at the end of the year while the second phase would be launched early next year.

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    10. “We can compete with great economic power if we implement policies and programmes that have planned correctly.

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    11. “This is our success. Hence, we must ask ourselves, where we are taking Malaysia, whether to the pinnacle of success or to the valley of doom. The choice is in our hands,” he said.

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    12. He said the results of macro successes achieved were distributed to the people through the like of the People’s 1Malaysia Assistance (BR1M), the 1Malaysia clinics, the 1Malaysia People’s Shops (KR1M), financial assistance to students, and the 1Malaysia Textile Shops.

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    13. Najib said the government would launch the 1Malaysia Bookstore soon to encourage the people to enrich their knowledge.

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    14. On the theme of the ‘Merdeka’ celebration, “Janji Ditepati”, he said it was not merely promises fulfilled by the government over the years, but also the promise made by the people to come together with the government to ensure stability, peace and prosperity in the country.

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    15. Describing the gathering and performances as cool, energetic and inspirational, the prime minister said they portrayed that Malaysians could put aside their differences of opinion and misunderstanding to unite and display their patriotism and love for the nation in celebrating the Independence Day.

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    16. “If this depicts our generation X and Y, then if I won’t be wrong that the picture convinces us that the future of our country is bright and filled with successes,” he said.

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    17. At the function, the prime minister presented awards to the winners of the 21st Century Framework Competition, Prosperous Village and Outstanding Achievements to young icons in several areas.

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    18. They are national badminton player Datuk Lee Chong Wei, singer Yunalis Zarai (Yuna), national squash queen Datuk Nicol Ann David, national diving queen Pandelela Rinong Pamg, and a disabled youth, who is active in social work, Muhammad Zhariff Afandi

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