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Are aliens getting less camera shy? UFOs filmed above BBC building in London

By Daily Mail Reporter

Last updated at 9:13 AM on 29th June 2011

Crowd puller: By the time the cameraman arrives
on the scene there are already three other people
observing the 'phenomenon'

If UFOs are real and trying to get our attention perhaps they are getting a little more savvy about the way we humans work.

A new video has emerged purporting to show 'a mothership and its fleet' zipping around in the clouds above a BBC building in West London.

Perhaps the group of intergalactic travellers was hoping for some coverage from Auntie.
UFOs? In the video, three fast-moving white dots
streak across the London skyline

Najib ‘last visit’ to Sabah sparks polls talks

By Luke Rintod of FMT
The prime minister has hinted that the 13th general
election is around the corner during a closed-down
meeting with BN leaders.
KOTA KINABALU: Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak has indicated that this would be his “last visit” to Sabah and that snap elections could be held anytime between “now and early next year”.

Najib had apparently made this disclosure during a closed-door meeting with Sabah Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders here yesterday.

PSM women hit, told to drink toilet bowl water, change clothes in front of men

Written by  Wong Choon Mei, Malaysia Chronicle

Parti Sosialis Malaysia, picked on by the authorities and accused of 'rekindling' Communism, has made startling revelations. 14 of its women members detained in a recent crackdown have been "kicked on the legs", "pushed and spat on", told to drink water from the toilet bowl and forced to change clothes in front of male officers.

The women were part of a group of 30 PSM members, including Sungai Siput MP Dr Michael Jeyakumar Devaraj, who were arrested at the Sungai Dua toll plaza in Penang. They had been travelling in a bus and were part of a roadshow and leafleting campaign for the July 9 Bersih Rally for free and fair elections.


The KGB and CIA get together one day and decide that they will decide the fates of their two agencies with a dogfight. An agreement is made to reconvene in six years with each country’s most vicious dog for the decisive fight.

English in a Globalizing World !!!!

Mojuntin breaks his ‘fast-to-death’

Fasting ex-minister Conrad Mojuntin is grateful to
Chief Minister Musa Aman for reinstating his pension.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah’s former Culture, Youth and Sports minister Conrad Mojuntin has ended his fast-to-death campaign after the government ‘showed indications’ that it would re-instate his pension.

Relenting to advice from his family and Catholic priests, Mojuntin, 64, ended his fast yesterday evening with ‘honey and bread’.

RM48m spent on PM, DPM’s official houses

A big chunk of money amounting to RM33 million
was spent on rent.
KUALA LUMPUR: The government spent RM48.7 million of taxpayers’ money on the official residences of Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak and his deputy Muhyiddin Yassin from 2006 to 2010, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Nazri Aziz said.

A huge chunk of the amount, totalling close to RM33 million, was spent on rent. Both Seri Perdana and Sri Satria in Putrajaya are owned by local authority Perbadanan Putrajaya.

Fasting ex-minister may stop campaign

KOTA KINABALU: A former Sabah minister who pledged to “fast to death” may consider ending his fast now that the government has begun to “show some response” to his grievances.

Conrad Mojunti, 64, the former state culture, youth and sports minister, began his fast on June 17 to draw the government’s attention to his personal and state-level concerns over religious persecution and the marginalisation of native Sabahans.

Isn’t a one-race civil service a form of apartheid?

I remember once as a young medical officer, I was boycotted by operating theatre staff when I wanted stern action taken against a staff nurse who went for a kenduri when she was supposed to scrub for a surgery.

An assistant nurse had to cover up for her delinquent senior. Both the nurses – the one who had absented herself and the one suddenly forced to relieve her duty – were Malay. The young patient lying on my operating table waiting to deliver her baby was Malay too. And also Malay, the anaesthesist and other operating theatre staff who gave me the cold shoulder after I remonstrated with the matron.

Academic consensus on unfair elections: Reinforcing the case for Bersih’s march

Many Malaysians may be unaware of the considerable research work by social scientists – both local and foreign – that have unequivocally concluded that the country’s record on free and fair elections has been abysmal. Analysis of this remarkable record of trickery, manipulation and gerrymandering by first the Alliance, followed by Barisan Nasional (BN), goes back for more than 50 years – in fact soon after the country received its independence.

Confession: Son of a b****

Girl: "Forgive me father for I have sinned."

Priest: "What have you done my child?"

Girl: "I called a man a son of a b****."

Priest: "Why did you call him a son of a b****?"

‘Let’s retire BN’ campaign by PSM kicks off

Party embarks on nationwide tour to create awareness
among citizens' of democratic rights and the
pitfalls of returning BN to power
IPOH: Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM), with a pithy slogan, ‘Udahlah tu…Bersaralah’ (Enough already – retire now), has embarked on nationwide campaign to remind Malaysians of the pitfalls of returning Barisan Nasional to power in the 13th General Election.

The party said it’s time for BN to ‘retire’ from politics as it is already 54 years old politically and has done little to uplift the socio- economic status of  the majority of Malaysians .

SAPP play up Sabah autonomy war cry

Its president Yong Teck Lee says the time has
come for Sabahans to take full control of
their state from Putrajaya.
KOTA KINABALU: Former chief minister Yong Teck Lee wants Sabahans to give him a chance to bring back genuine political autonomy to the state.

The local opposition kingpin said his Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) is committed to fighting for the state rights and would do everything in its power to end Putrajaya’s control of the state and its people.

The Top 5 Killers of Men

By Bill Phillips and the Editors of Men’s Health

It was a sunny September day in the Pacific Northwest, and Jeff Hale had just closed a $1.5 million deal. To celebrate, he was taking the afternoon off, relaxing on his patio lounge, and playing ball with his dog. That’s when he began feeling compression high in his chest, some pain in his left shoulder, and an unsettling sense of dread. At 44, he was in relatively good shape, although 15 pounds overweight and under a lot of stress from work. At first, he thought it was an asthma attack and took a hit off his inhaler. But when that didn’t help, he remembered an article he’d read in Men’s Health.

KDM membership in Umno a moral surrender

By Daniel John Jambun

Datuk John Ambrose, the Umno head for Penampang, has claimed that the Umno KDM task force has been in existence from the very beginning of Umno in Sabah, initially led by Tan Sri Kasitah Gadam and Datuk John Ghani, and yet the state Sabah BN Youth Treasurer, Bahrul Razha Chuprat does not recognize it, hence insisting that the movement be endorsed by the coming Umno general assembly, saying "We, the youth leaders, need to know whether this KDM task force has been given the blessing by party President Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak.

Knowing vital signs of a STROKE saves life

Dear Borneo Heralders, if everyone can remember something this simple, we could save some folks...


During a BBQ, a friend stumbled and took a little fall - she assured everyone that she was fine (they offered to call paramedics) she said she had just tripped over a brick because of her new shoes.

They got her cleaned up and got her a new plate of food. While she appeared a bit shaken up, Ingrid went about enjoying herself the rest of the evening.

Milking Machine

A farmer ordered a high-tech milking machine. Since the equipment arrived when his wife was out of town, he decided to test it on himself first.

So, he inserted his "manhood" into the equipment, turned on the switch and everything else was automatic.

PAS pertikai program pengampunan pendatang

Ia umpama membawa perompak untuk menjaga bank,
kata ahli parlimen Pokok Sena itu di
lobi parlimen semalam.
PETALING JAYA: PAS mempersoalkan ketelusan program pemutihan  pengampunan pendatang tanpa asing secara besar-besaran yang akan bermula 11 Julai depan.

Naib Presiden PAS, Datuk Mahfuz Omar mempertikai pemilihan agensi  pekerja asing dan pertubuhan majikan untuk melaksanakan program tersebut.

Opposition in Sabah has no co-ordination, says Gaibin

By Raymond Tombung
Gaibin Ransoi,
PKR Deputy Chairman for Tuaran
TUARAN: While opposition parties as well as the BN components are having spats on various issues as the general election nears, an opposition leader, is of the opinion that the Sabah opposition parties should now think seriously about forming a Joint Election Co-ordination Committee.
En. Gaibin Ransoi, the Party Keadilan Rakyat Deputy Chairman of the Tuaran division, has made this call based on the rationale that this would be the first step for the opposition parties to listen to one another, and co-ordinate the allocation of seats, and to strategise against the BN in the coming general election.

A brute Muslim Ceremony In Vienna

Soon we will all experience this! It will become a normal practise if the majority are the practitioners. Have you ever wonder why they kill without feeling remorse? 
 "A Must Watch" -- A MUSLIM Ceremony in Vienna . . .

This is horrible. It reminds me of Canaanites throwing their babies to the Idol Moloch in the times of judges and Israelis kings. Leonard

Taib: I have no secret bank account in Switzerland

By Ang Ngan Toh

Sarawak Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud has categorically denied allegations by the Bruno Manser Fund (BMF) that he has a bank account in Switzerland.

The long-serving chief minister made the denial in a personal statement in the state legislative assembly after Question Time this morning.

“Let me state categorically that I have no secret Swiss bank account, nor assets or investments of any description. None whatsoever.

Indonesia army members stab indigenous Papuan to death following his complaint

At least five members of the Indonesian national military killed an indigenous Papuan, Derek Adii on 14 May 2011 while he was boarding the Lalobar ship service, in Samabusa Nabire Port, West Papua. It is reported that the soldiers attacked and stabbed Mr. Adii to death after he had complained about the rough conduct by some TNI soldiers against women and children passengers. After the stabbing, Mr. Adii's body was thrown into the sea. The investigation in Nabire labeled the incident a self-defense encounter and claimed that the victim fell into the sea because he was drunk. The authorities held onto this claim despite numerous passengers giving eye-witness accounts of the incident.

Question for Taib Mahmud..

By Alan Newman
Were timber concession all over Sarawak awarded by clear, public, gazette tenders for maximum returns to the State? Or just dished out to your cronies?

The RM$5-10billion yearly in timber exports in the last 40 years? Totaling RM$200-400billion.
The RM$2-9billion yearky in oil palm exports in the last 15 years? Totaling RM$30-135billion
The numerous blocks of land snatched up for various crops & developments, worth billions of RM.


1) Mobile
Don't put your mobile closer to your ears until the
recipient answers, Because directly after dialing, the  mobile phone would use it's maximum signaling power,
which is: 2watts = 33dbi. Please Be Careful. Please use left ear while using cell (mobile), because if you use the right one it may affect brain directly. This is a true fact from Apollo medical team.

An Engineer goes to Hell

An engineer dies and reports to the Pearly Gates. St. Peter checks his dossier and says: "Ah, you're an engineer, but you worked for a high-tech startup company and got rich. You've had too good of a life, so now you can't come in here."

So the engineer reports to the gates of hell and is let in. Pretty soon, the engineer is dissatisfied with the level of comfort in hell, and starts designing and building improvements.

Outspoken Timbon Lagadan is challenged by a namesake for PBS top post in Kadamaian

Palalun Lagadan @ Peter, a former
Gaur Village Headman.

By Ezra Haganez
A senior Branch Chairman of Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS), Palalun Lagadan @ Peter, will challenge incumbent Kadamaian PBS divisional head, Datuk Herbert Timbon Lagadan, for the post at its annual general meeting (AGM) here on July 7, 2011.

Palalun, 58, who is PBS branch chairman for Kampung Gaur Linampai ever since the party's inception in 1985 till now, in a statement said he had registered his acceptance form to go for the top post after garnering four nominations from PBS branches in Kadamaian. A minimum of three nominations is required for the post.

Fasting ex-minister ‘weak but resolute’

The Umno-led Sabah government has been 'oddly silent'
over claims by a former minister that Christians are
being persecuted in the state.
KOTA KINABALU: Former Sabah minister Conrad Mojuntin, who is fasting to death in protest of the persecution against Christians in his state, is weak but resolute about his sacrifice.

Into his fourth day of a “fast to death” pledge, Mojuntin told FMT in an text message that he was “weak but okay. God helps us”.

Malaysia's new ID Card again ?

Wow! This is going to be a serious mater in the future.
What happen if you are rob of your card?
Phew! dare not think of it!
Malaysia's ID Card

European NGOs want Taib’s assets in Germany frozen

Posted on June 21, 2011 by mocsarawak

More Europe-based NGOs are plying pressure on the authorities there to freeze the assets of Sarawak Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud.

In a press statement today, Swiss NGO Bruno Manser Fund said that it had written to German chancellor Angela Merkel on the matter, together with two German NGOs – the Society for Threatened Peoples and Rettet den Regenwald.

Ibrahim Ali’s remarks not representative of Malays, says Khairy

Khairy said today that Ibrahim Ali’s (pic) recent remarks are “very dangerous”
and that he should be investigated for sedition.
KUALA LUMPUR, June 20 — Datuk Ibrahim Ali’s “racist” remarks against the Chinese warning them against attending the upcoming Bersih rally is not reflective of all Malays, Khairy Jamaluddin has said.

Perkasa bakar gambar Ambiga, amaran kepada kaum Cina, pembunuhan beramai ramai

Penyokong Perkasa membakar poster Pengerusi Bersih 2.0 Datuk Ambiga di pekarangan Kelab Sultan Sulaiman,
Kuala Lumpur petang tadi. — Foto oleh Jack Ooi
(The Malaysian Insider) — Perkasa bersama 164 badan bukan kerajaan (NGO) hari ini melancarkan “perang” terhadap Himpunan Bersih 2.0 dengan membakar gambar Pengerusi Gabungan Pilihan Raya Bersih dan Adil (Bersih) Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan dan memberi amaran kepada kaum Cina agar jangan keluar pada 9 Julai ini kerana “apa sahaja boleh berlaku.”

PKR Supports Dr Yee On Broadband Issue

By Tian ChuaVice President of PKR
KUALA LUMPUR: PKR supports the position Dr Yee Moh Chai, Sabah's Minister of IT and Resources Development, took in compelling the ruling Barisan Nasional Federal Government to increase boadband penetration in Sabah.

Ex-minister to fast to save his people

Former Sabah minister Conrad Mojuntin has chosen
a drastic life-threatening path to compel the
government to address immediately the state's
perennial social and economic problems.
By Luke Rintod of FMT
PENAMPANG: Disillusioned former Sabah minister, Conrad Mojuntin has decided to fast until death ‘if it is the will of God’ in his bid to force the government to re-examine its duty to the people of Sabah.

He started his fast today.

“I will start fasting today (Friday, June 17), five days after Pentecost Sunday, in my family’s prayer room.

Dam-threatened villagers vow to fight to death

Youths from Kg Tambatuon are prepared to sacrifice
their lives to defend their land.
KOTA KINABALU: A group of 30 or more youths from Kg Tambatuon, Kota Belud, has vowed to defend their village against the controversial Tambatuon dam project there.

“We are prepared to sacrifice our lives defending our land, instead of end up dying as a ‘refugee’ on others’ land,” they solemnly vowed.

Breathing Therapy

Breathing Therapy Makes u Relax

The nose has a left and a right side; we use both to inhale and exhale.

Makhluk-Makhluk Yang Kita Telan Secara Tak Sedar

Disusun oleh Tony Minggir

Disebabkan ukurannya yang teramat kecil dan susah untuk dilihat dengan mata kasar, secara tak sedar kita telah tersedut makhluk-makhluk ini melalui udara dan debu, bahkan turut ditelan bersama makanan dan minuman yang ada.

Bekas Menteri, Datuk Conrad Mojuntin berpuasa sehingga mati untuk Sabah

Oleh Ezra Haganez
PENAMPANG: Bekas Menteri Kebudayaan, Belia dan Sukan Sabah, Datuk Conrad Mojuntin, 64, mengambil tindakan drastik "berpuasa sehinga mati" supaya pelbagai masalah yang dihadapi Sabah dan masyarakat Kristian di negeri itu mendapat penyelesaian yang terbaik.

A challenge to the Muhyiddin

Dear Muhyiddin,

I really don’t want to exchange pleasantries with you but my parents brought me up to respect everyone, even those you can’t stand. So here goes; I hope this letter reaches you in the best of health, both mind and body.

For yonks I’ve viewed politicians with a lot of disdain and an unhealthy degree of suspicion.
Could you blame me for having such a perception? I’ve seen countless politicians with so many different personas to cater to their target audience that they’d put a chameleon to shame.

What’s so “dirty” about Bersih 2.0 rally?

Dr Mustafa K. Anuar

KUALA LUMPUR  — We’ve heard it all. Dire warnings issued, threats yelled out, police reports filed, scathing commentaries published in incredulous and incredible news sheets. And all this prior to the planned Bersih 2.0 rally on July 9, 2011 in Kuala Lumpur.

Chips and Lime Juice

so he packed his bag with some chips and a carton of lime juice and he started his journey.

Amazing Burn Remedy

Impressive!  Why did we never hear of this before??!! 
I've always just run it under the cold water tap. I thought it would be good to know about an inexpensive and convenient way of treating burn.

A woman's experience with burns . . .

Sabah has highest number of Muslims denouncing Islam

The Islamic Affairs Minister Jamil Khir Baharom has denied a Malaysiakini report that 135 applications to renounce the Islamic faith had been approved between 2000 and 2010.

However, the report was based on the written answer given by Jamil himself in the Parliament.

According to a Bernama report yesterday, Jamil claimed that no application has been approved to date by the Syariah Courts.

Sabah, Sarawak will lose oil, gas forever

The two states have already experienced '100%' loss of
their natural resources under the Umno-controlled
Petronas, according to UBF.
By Luke Rintod of FMT
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah and Sarawak will lose their oil and gas resources “forever” if the Petroleum Act 1974 is not amended, United Borneo Front (UBF) leader, Jeffrey Kitingan, said.

He said that the two states have already experienced “100% losses” of their oil and gas resources under the Petroleum Act.

More countries will investigate Taib?

By Keruah Usit

The Bruno Manser Fund (BMF) expects more nations to launch corruption investigations against Sarawak Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud, following those of the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (Finma) and Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency (MACC).

“In particular, we are hoping that the governments of Canada, Australia, the UK and the US will start investigating Taib family assets in their countries,” the Swiss NGO has told the international press.


'If I had all the beer in the world, 
I'd take it and throw it into the river'

And the congregation cried, 'Amen!'

'And if I had all the wine in the world,
I'd  take it and throw it in the river'

Nude squats make a comeback, welcome to Malaysia

Photo from six years ago similar case.
SINGAPORE: Two Singaporean women who drove to Johor Baru for supper were questioned by Malaysian immigration officials, handcuffed, thrown behind bars and made to do squats without their clothes on, the Singapore Straits Times reported today.

The two women said they had driven into Johor Baru through an unmanned immigration lane and did not get their passports stamped.

Kisah perjumpaan menteri teknologi sedunia

Pada sebuah pertemuan antara Menteri Teknologi Sedunia di Langkawi. Menteri Jepun, Amerika Syarikat (AS) dan Malaysia sedang ‘mengeteh’.

Menteri Jepun : Kalau anda ke Jepun, anda gali tanah kami, baru saja sampai 7 meter, anda akan temukan banyak chip, rangka-rangka besi, papan sirkit elektronik dan lain-lain. Ini menunjukkan bahawa sejak zaman nenek moyang, kami bangsa Jepun sudah mengenal teknologi robot.

Cop: I’m sitting here, what can I do?

You are welcome to file a complaint against me if you dare!
PETALING JAYA: As a former crime desk reporter, Teoh El Sen is used to dealing with the police and has maintained that not all are bad apples.

But an encounter with one of them last night has left him questioning their commitment to serving the public.

Immigration completes 'nude squat' probe

The Johor Immigration Department has completed its probe into allegations that its personnel forced two Singapore women to perform squats in the nude.

Reached this afternoon, department director Mohd Nasri Ishak said the report has been submitted to the department's headquarters in Putrajaya.

Hiew's Kg Sayap pledge to gain credit

PBS Vice-President
Datuk Herbert Timbon Lagadan
Kota Kinabalu: Sabah DAP Adviser, Hiew King Cheu, is another kind of politician who is always on the lookout for any opportunity to get credit for any project undertaken by the Barisan Nasional (BN) Government.

Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) Vice-President cum Kadamaian Assemblyman Datuk Herbert Timbon Lagadan said this following Hiew's pledge to raise the plight of the Kampung Sayap people who, he claimed, were forced to endure a 20km bumpy and dangerous road for so many years.

PBS leader ticks off ‘arrogant’ Rais

Lately Barisan Nasional leaders have been on the receiving
end of Sabah's wrath.
KOTA KINABALU: When the opposition accuses Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders of arrogance, it is expected. But when a fellow BN leader starts doing the same, it means something is really wrong.

Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) deputy president Dr Yee Moh Chai is the latest to describe a federal leader as “arrogant” and “out of touch” with the people.

Najib dikecam guna program rasmi ke Kazakhstan untuk urusan peribadi

KUALA LUMPUR, 7 Jun:Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak didakwa menggunakan program pribadi untuk menguruskan perkahwinan anaknya dengan dicampuradukkan dengan program kerajaan semasa ke Kazakhstan sekarang.Tindakan ini disifatkan AJK PAS Pusat, Dr Dzulkefli Ahmad sebagai langkah yang ‘tidak ada kelas langsung’.Kecaman ini dibuat ekoran tindakan Najib menggunakan segala kemudahan kerajaan dan wang rakyat untuk memenuhi keperluan keluarganya di Kazakhstan sekarang.

Review Of The Petroleum Development Act 1974 Long Overdue

By Dr Jeffrey Kitingan
The recent call by the Sabah Oil and Gas Contractors Association to amend the Petroleum Development Act 1974 (“the Petroleum Act”) in order to solve the problem of Sabahans not benefiting from the industry is not only timely but long overdue.

The Lie Detector Clock (malaysian version)

An Indian man died and went to heaven. When he arrived at the heaven Gate, Siva the God said, 'Come on in. I'll show you around. You'll like it here.'

Walking through the gates, the man noticed clocks everywhere. There were grandfather clocks, wall clocks, watches, and clocks in every corner.

Formula Sabah Akhiri Penjajahan Malaya?


FIXED Deposit yang disinonimkan sebagai Pengundi Hantu atau warga Asing yang direkrut sebagai ‘Rakyat Malaysia’ dan didaftarkan sebagai Pemilih Berdaftar bukan lagi Formula penentu kemenangan Barisan Nasional pada pilihanraya umum akan datang.

Kebanyakan ‘Warga Penyu’ iaitu yang mendapat Kad Pengenalan Projek ini telah melahirkan tiga generasi dan kebanyakannya telah berdaftar sebagai pemilih tidak lagi taat kepada BN ekoran kesilapan pemimpin BN di Sabah ‘bagaikan anjing yang menyorok ekor’ kerana ketakutan kehilangan kuasa politik mereka.

Meet Haris Onn, the brother of Hishammuddin Hussein

Photo credit: The Edge
Hishammuddin is reported as saying, “I tell you the truth, I don’t know what my brother is doing,” in response to a report that appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald.

So I thought I would help shed some light.

Haris spearheads property developer Impiana Land & Development. Its ground-breaking project was at Taman Raintree in Batu Caves. Subsequently, Impiana developed Serene Kiara in Desa Hatamas and then Serene Kiara Residence, both joint-ventures with the same land-owner on Malay reserve land.

The rape on Borneo forests and its people

By Jack Hewson  

At a mine-site near Sangatta in East Kalimantan, a titanic crater yawns out of the ground, its nadir filled with brown slurry.

Looking across the hinterland from its southern ridge, a dust-scape stretches off towards the horizon, braided by dirt tracks and the giant dump trucks that traverse them. The distant drone of their two-storey engines fills the air. Ten minutes down the road lies another pit, and another.

Is there gold in Kpg Tambatuon?

The secretive way in which the Sabah government is
handling the controversial Kampung Tambatoun dam
has given rise to suspicion that the authorities
may have discovered something 'more precious
and lucrative.'
KOTA BELUD: There may be more to Kampung Tambatuon near here than meets the eye. While the government adamantly pursues its plan to submerge the pretty village under a sea of water by building a controversial dam, rumours has it that the authorities have discovered something else – gold deposits!

‘People-power needed to push for oil royalty hikes’

Sabah could earn as much as RM2.4 billion if the federal
government agrees to make cash payments equivalent to
15% of royalties, says the opposit
KOTA KINABALU: Former Sabah chief minister Yong Teck Lee believes a people-power movement can be an effective way for petroleum-producing states such as Sabah, Sarawak and Terengganu to get more royalty payments for the commodity.

He said such a movement could pressure elected representatives to push for these states to
receive 20% of oil royalties. Currently, the states receive only 5%.

The Perfect Spouse

A young lady visited a computer dating service and requested, "I'm looking for a spouse. Can you please help me to find a suitable one?"

The matchmaker said, "What exactly are you looking for?"

Ongkili shoots his mouth off, hurts chances in PBS

BN minister's ill-advised retort against Sabah
PKR's Christina Liew has sparked derision and
laughter from among his colleagues and Sabahans.
KOTA KINABALU: Destitute widow Rosnia @ Annie Marambal and her three children may have dealt a lethal blow to the political ambitions of Kota Marudu MP Dr Maximus Ongkili.

Ongkili, who is Parti Bersatu Sabah’s (PBS) No 2 man has been touted as the successor of party strongman Joseph Pairin Kitingan.

PKR fires another salvo at Ongkili

Sabah PKR has slammed federal minister Maximus Ongkili
for 'giving excuses' and shirking his responsibilities
to the 2,000 hardcore poor in his Kota Marudu
KOTA KINABALU: PKR leader Christina Liew unleashed another salvo at Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Maximus Ongkili for giving excuses for being unable to wipe out poverty in his constituency.

The PKR leader said with his attitude it was no surprise that Kota Marudu remains the poorest constituency in Sabah.



THE Borneo Heritage Foundation’s United Borneo Front (UBF) Committee Chairman, Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, requested the Federal Government to adhere to the assurances, undertakings and recommendations of the 1962 Inter-Governmental Committee Report (IGC Report) as provided in Article 8 of the Malaysia Agreement when implementing the federalisation of agencies in the Borneo States of Sabah and Sarawak.

MoCS to send memo to the King

By Francis Siah

MoCS will send a memorandum to His Majesty the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong re-Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud.

Among other things, MoCS is urging the King to request MACC to expedite its investigations into the alleged reports of corruption and blatant abuse of power against Tan Sri Taib and to make public its investigations so far, if any, undertaken by the agency.

SAPP Youth: DAP talking like Umno

KOTA KINABALU, June 8, 2011: "Sabah DAP is talking more and more like UMNO because they think that DAP is now very strong like UMNO and can look down on others", said SAPP youth chief Edward Dagul today.

"Sabah DAP thinks that victory in the next general elections is guaranteed. For instance, at the DAP Chinese Kaamatan celebration last month, DAP had boasted publicly that "only Pakatan and NOBODY ELSE can take on the BN", said Edward. 

The Perfect Woman

A young man finds the woman of his dreams and asks her to marry him. He tells his mother he wants her to meet his fiance, but he wants to make a bit of a game out of it. He says he'll bring the girl over with two other women and see if his mother can guess which is the one he wants to marry. His mother agrees to the game.

‘Sulking’ Ongkili slams ‘caring’ PKR

BN minister Maximum Ongkili comes under fire for
throwing a tantrum over a move by the opposition
to help build a house for a poor family.
KOTA KINABALU: Kota Marudu MP Maximus Ongkili is furious that the opposition PKR has come to the aid of a poverty-stricken family in his constituency.

He saw red when a photograph of the poor Marambal family in Matunggong in Kota Marudu was published in the local dailies here.

Prospective husband

A mother invited 3 guys to come over so that she can evaluate who her daughter gets to marry. During the event, the 3 guys turn up and the Mother asks the first question:

Tell me, what do you have:

Man A: I have a house, a car and a 5 figure salary job.

Shock and dismay over call by BN to increase electricity tariff in Sabah

KOTA KINABALU, June 7, 2011: Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) Women Chief and assemblywoman for Luyang, Melanie Chia expressed shock and dismay at the statement by the Assistant Resource Development and Information Technology Minister YB Datuk Jainab Ahmad that increasing the electricity tariff is the only logical thing to do if Sabah wants to see the power supply in the State improved. Her statement was reported in the Borneo Post on 7 June 2011.

Press Statement by Mr Fredoline Edwin Lojingki on Dr Maximus arrogance over the Marambal issue

Press Statement by
Mr Fredoline Edwin Lojingki
Veteran Political Activist / UNKO's Veteran
Penampang - June 8, 2011

The way Dr Maximus Ongkili responded today to the issue of a neglected hardcore poor family in Kg Kandawayon, Matunggong being helped and exposed by the opposition PKR and the media is unacceptable. Maximus was being ungrateful and sore at problems being exposed in his constituency. And Maximus is displaying maximum arrogance by challenging an opposition leader to build even more houses for the poor in Kota Marudu.



PERGERAKAN buah catur yang salah, memerangkap Musa Aman, dalam politik negeri Sabah setelah beliau bertindak ‘Check Mate’ apabila Timbalan Presiden LDP Datuk Chin Su Phin mengeluarkan kenyataan bahawa LDP tidak dapat lagi berkerjasama dengan Musa Aman (bukan BN; berasaskan kepada kenyataannya itu).

Maka berlandaskan kenyataan tersebut, Musa melantik Datuk Yee Moh Chai daripada PBS sebagai Timbalan Ketua Menteri mewakili kaum Cina; meskipun PBS bukan mewakili kaum Cina dalam konsep BN.

Sabahans should rally behind SAPP

By Dullie Marie, June 6, 2011
I am totally in dismay by DAP assistant secretary, Junz Wong's statement. He should not twist my statements. In my previous statements I never ignore the existence of Pakatan Rakyat in Sabah.

It is proven by the fact on our willingness to set up a committee to reach a better understanding to fight BN on one to one basis. I am disappointed how Wong takes the advantage to twist the very fact of my statements. His statement just too cheap and I hope it is not one of those spins he had learnt from a leader like Lim Kit Siang. I firmly stated on my views Lim Kit Siang's statement is just too arrogant and it only to reflect his ego.

The dangers of the Charismatic movement

"Many call upon the Holy Spirit, My child, but the spirits they invoke are not from Heaven and the light. They come up fast from the abyss. Flee! Have no part of these gatherings, for they are not from the light. In time, My children, you will evidence the disasters that these gatherings provoke. Many who should know better have given themselves over to this diversion. You need not this diversion. My Son is always with you in the Eucharist.

The Lie Detector Clock

A man who passed away last month ascended to heaven.

He stood before St.Peter at the Pearly Gate, waiting the judgement to be banished to hell or to be grant eternal life based on his deeds in life. He stood there, motionless, while wandered his mind to the surrounding.

‘Defamed’ Pairin barred musician from performing

Atama feel the wrath from Huguan Siou.
KOTA KINABALU: Well-known local musician Atama is still feeling the wrath of deputy chief minister cum Huguan Siou Josep Pairin Kitingan for daring to lampoon him several months ago.

The local singer and songwriter was prevented from performing during this week’s Kaamatan or Harvest Festival by the Kadazandusun Cultural Association (KDCA) on the orders of Pairin.

The knives are out in Sabah Umno

The simmering rift between state Umno chief Musa Aman and party
vice-president Shafie Apdal looks set to become openly hostile.
KOTA KINABALU: As happens periodically, the Chief Minister’s post, who gets what, and who is sabotaging whom, is taking on the mood of a pre-election campaign within Sabah Umno.

At least two factions within the party are sorting themselves out on which side they stand – Chief Minister Musa Aman’s or Umno vice president Shafie Apdal’s.


Melton Martin,
Pengerusi Unduk Ngadau Peringkat Daerah Beluran 2011,
(Telupid, Beluran dan Paitan)
Peti Surat No. 27,

01hb Jun, 2011.

Yang Berbahagia Jornah Mozihim,
Pengerusi Unduk Ngadau Negeri KDCA,

Pengadilan Unduk Ngadau 2011 tercemar

Melton Martin
TELUPID : Sesuai dengan penganjuran Pesta Kaamatan 2011 yang baru-baru ini diadakan di Dewan KDCA.  Penganjuran Unduk Ngadau KDCA kontroversi dengan keputusan yang tidak adil dan bias. 

Encik Melton Martin, Pengerusi Unduk Ngadau Daerah Beluran 2011 mewakili Telupid, Beluran dan Paitan; menegaskan bahawa terdapat unsur berat sebelah sejak dari mula awal pendaftaran Unduk-Unduk Ngadau Daerah. 

Warkah di ambang maut (7): Cuba satu panggilan

Yong Vui Kong, rakyat Malaysia kelahiran Sabah, sedang merengkuk di penjara Singapura. Beliau menunggu hukuman gantung ke atasnya dilaksanakan kerana kesalahan mengedar dadah.
Malaysiakini akan menyiarkan surat-surat terakhir Yong kepada Yetian - seorang anggota kempen "Selamatkan Vui Kong" - sepanjang 12 minggu terakhirnya menghitung kematian.

Gelak-gelak dalam borak online KJ

Ketua Pemuda Umno Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar dalam sesi borak dalam talian anjuran Yahoo! Malaysia dihujani pelbagai soalan, termasuk yang menggelikan hati.

NONEDalam sesi selama sejam setengah pagi tadi, kebanyakan soalan yang diajukan mampu membuatkan Khairy tidak senang duduk.

Tetapi sama ada Khairy dalam mengelaknya dengan hujah penuh diplomasi dan kepetahannya bermain kata, sesi itu turut mewujudkan suasana ceria dan gelak-ketawa.

Is Pairin winding down his political career?

Will simmering discontent among party members and his
waning popularity with the Kota Marudu electorate
dampen minister Maximum Ongkili's takeover
of Parti Bersatu Sabah?
KOTA KINABALU: Speculations are rife that a subtle power shift may be taking place in Parti Bersatu Sabah.

Indication of change came to light with rumours that Kota Marudu parliamentarian Maximum Ongkili was shifting his political base to his hometown in Tambunan where his family is building a big house on an ancestral land, just a stone’s throw from his uncle Joseph Pairin Kitingan’s home.

Yes Sabah is BN's fix-deposit, but not Sarawak and Peninsular

By Eleazar Zechariah
PRE-ELECTION ANALYSIS, KOTA KINABALU: If general election is held in July or August this year as many speculated, the opposition parties belief that they have a chance in Sabah, is nothing more than merely day-dreaming. Sabah, with 25 Parliamentary seats, again is set to be the ever safe "fix-deposit" for Barisan Nasional. This is a fact.

Celebrate Your Culture, Or Risk Losing It

That was what Datuk Herbert Timbon Lagadan, told his fellow Dusun Tindals at a Kaamatan celebration at Kampung Gaur, Kota Belud today (June 2, 2011).

"We must continue to celebrate our Kaamatan, and promote our culture, or else we risk losing our good culture," he said in his speech at the celebration. The Community Development and Consumer Affairs Assistant Minister who is also Kadamaian assemblyman, said effort to promote the ethnic foods, especially those raw materials derived from the wild, should be carried out.

He said wild vegetables once popular in the olden days like the lembiding, mentimahar, polod and others are a much healthier and better food as they contain no chemicals...

A superb effort by Penang State Govt

This is what a govt is supposed to do for her citizens... not rape and pillage resources for their own benefit! 

Remember this everytime you have to speak about our Govt, that there is still hope of good people doing the right thing in govt. We just need to keep voting the right person in! 
A Govt that tries to SAVE the rakyat's $$$!.......and BN defintely does not fit this bill !

The unreasonable jacked prices of cars in Malaysia

Greetings Borneo Heralders

I know you are all aware of the reasons why our car prices are artificially jacked up. This is just another reminder for you to resend to as many as possible to wake up as many as possible. This artificial price can't last forever or else Malaysia's economy will collapse! So stop buying new car and vote to change the corrupted BN govt......

‘Not much difference between DAP and Umno’

United Borneo Front president Jeffrey Kitingan also
warns Sabahans to beware of Barisan Nasional which
is bent on moving towards extremism to perpetuate
its hold on power.
KOTA KINABALU: Peninsular-based DAP is bullying local opposition Sabah Progressive party (SAPP) just like how they (including PKR) thumbed Sarawak Nasional Party (SNAP) in the runup to the polls on April 16, said United Borneo Front president Jeffrey Kitingan.

According to Jeffrey, DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang had started on a wrong footing in Sabah with his arrogant attitude and by pitting local (opposition) parties against each other.

Unduk Ngadau 2011: Here are the winners!

The judges has spoken... quickly after I post my favorites to win this year.

How do I get the winners result? Well Facebook of course! Few of my friends posted status update on the winners. Fellow blogger Mr. Stevie of got the special photographer access, do have a visit on his website for the latest updates.

Lets move on, here are the winners of this year state level Unduk Ngadau contest... Oh, please note that the pic shown below was not taken from the crowning ceremony. I put the pic to showcase and introduce the winners, I'm pretty sure the crowning ceremony pic will be popping out on the internet soon.
Unduk Ngadau 2011 Winner - Bo Tiza Arthur S. Disimon from Penampang district.

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