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Is Taib slipping under growing pressure?

How dense can Taib Mahmud be to openly describe his
own people as 'stupid'?
In an act of crazy stupidity, Sarawak’s Chief Minister Taib Mahmud has responded to growing condemnation of his family’s illegitimate wealth by claiming that others in Sarawak are poor because they “do not have it up here” (tapping his head)!

What he meant is that, unlike his own “clever” children, most Sarawakians are too stupid to make money.

DAP needs a lesson on skin colour

By Joe Fernandez
It is interesting that DAP’s Pantai Remis state assemblyman and Taiping MP Nga Kor Ming should use the term “black” recently to refer to Perak Menteri Besar Zambry Abdul Kadir. May God have mercy on those black souls responsible for the Perak power grab.

Whites will naturally see Nga’s remark as a case of the pot calling the kettle black. They would probably die laughing at “the freaky blackies making comparisons of their respective skin tones among themselves”. The fact is the whites are the ones who are the real freaks of nature.

DR. J : UBF Commemorates USNO’s 50th Year At Its Birthplace

The United Borneo Front (UBF) led by its founding Chairman, Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, and its Natives Land and NCR Panel Taskforce chief, Phillip Among, joined in the impromptu celebrations to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of USNO during a recent Borneo Tea Party cum Family Day gathering held at Kg. Tanjung Kapor, Kudat, on 26th November, which was also attended by USNO die-hard supporters led by protem USNO Vice-President, Abdullah Sani and protem Secretary-General, Datuk Arifin Datuk Abdul Salam.

NO to Public Assembly Act Protest

By Ezra Haganez

PENAMPANG: About 100 activists and supporters of three causes gathered and laid three wreaths at the statue monument of the late Peter Joinod Mojuntin, often called as the golden son of the Kadazandusuns (for his valor and sharp vision) at Donggongon Square here today, Nov 29.

Peaceful gathering at the Peter Mojuntin monument in Donggongon, 11.30 Tuesday, Nov 29, 2011

 On Tuesday, 29th November, 2011, at 11.30am, as many of us meet at the Lake Gardens in Kuala Lumpur to walk to defend our right to assemble peaceably, our brothers and sisters in Kota Kinabalu will gather at the same time around the monument built in remembrance of the fallen Golden son of the Kadazans, Peter Mojuntin, who perished with others in the highly controversial and much unexplained plane crash on 6th June, 1976.

The helicopter view approach

Anwar Ibrahim and Azmin Ali whacked me to kingdom come and made all sorts of snide remarks against me during PKR’s annual general assembly in Penang. Azmin had venom is his tone when, during his speech, he looked at me and said that all those who collaborate with Dr Mahathir can take a hike. I detected the smirk on Anwar’s face when Azmin took that swipe at me.


Raja Petra Kamarudin

All men can see these tactics whereby I conquer, but what none can see is the strategy out of which victory is evolved.

All warfare is based on deception.

A case of double-speak from Muhyiddin

On one hand, he says Umno-BN is not a racist party,
and on the other hand, he talks about defending
Malay this, Malay that.
Muhyiddin denies Umno is a racist party

Quigonbond: Assuming we take it as truism that Umno is not a racist party, Umno leaves no space for anyone to take their word for it; not when they demonise PKR as a one-cause party and DAP as Chinese/Christian chauvinists. Not when they tolerate the likes of Perkasa and Pembela.

It's okay to say you want to help poor Malays, but you've long crossed the line when you help the rich Malays more, and you even go so far as to threaten blood and mayhem to those who want a little more fairness, in your typical political brinkmanship.

Sabah should get a higher oil royalty

KOTA KINABALU, Nov 25, 2011: The State government should continue to demand for a higher petroleum royalty from the Federal government, said Luyang State Assemblywoman, Melanie Chia.

Speaking at the State Legislative Assembly on Wednesday while debating on the State Budget 2012, Chia fervently asserted that this was only appropriate and fair to the people of Sabah, in view of Sabah's significant contribution to the nation's coffer.

SAPP wants assurance on indelible ink

KOTA KINABALU: The president of Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) Datuk Seri Yong Teck Lee wanted the assurance that indelible ink to be used in the next general election would not be easily wiped clean.

The Election Commission had initially planned to use indelible ink, purchased at a cost of RM2.4 million for the 2008 general elections but backed out at the last minute citing public order and security issues.

Shafie, Dari Putrajaya Ke Isa?


KEHADIRAN 600 Perwakilan dan lebih 2,000 pemerhati UMNO Sabah di Pusat Dagangan Dunia Putera akan memberi impak yang cukup besar kepada Naib Presiden UMNO, Datuk Seri Panglima Mohd Shafie Haji Apdal yang menjadi fokus utama perwakilan sejak Ketua Audit Negara membentangkan laporannya di Parlimen pada 24 November 2011.

Walaupun laporan Ketua Audit Negara 2010 hanya menimbulkan isu remeh dan kecuaian akauntabiliti banyak Kementerian dan Jabatan, namun isu MARA dan Kementerian Kemajuan Luar Bandar dan Wilayah (KKLW), terutama dalam Projek NKRA Bekalan Elektrik Luar Bandar (BELB) menjadi isu prima yang dicanang begitu hebat, bukan sahaja oleh Wakil Pembangkang, malah oleh pemimpin UMNO.

The Man that Serves Najib Tun Razak

Until 2 weeks ago, 98% Malaysians were under the apprehension that precious resources of this country is being wasted on subsidy.

The main man behind the dissemination of this information is the esteem CEO of PEMANDU (equivalent to a Minister without a Portfolio in the Cabinet), Mr Idris Jala.

The evil of a racist political party

By Dr Chong Eng Leong
Datuk Chairman, thank you for allowing me, on behalf of Parti Keadilan Rakyat Sabah, to take part in this hearing. My specific area concerns the Electoral Rolls.

1          Introduction

Datuk Chairman and YB-YB, Sabah is in a precarious situation, as far as the non-qualified names (phantom voters) on Sabah electoral rolls are concerned. Precarious because it concerns Sabah’s sovereignty within Malaysia. No Sabah no Malaysia. Save Sabah save Malaysia.

Sabah's water tariff highest: Wong

People of Sabah paying the highest
water rate in Malaysia.

By Chris Maskilone (Daily Express 23/11/2011)
DAP Sri Tanjung Assemblyman Jimmy Wong said despite not complying with the water management standards Sabah’s water tariff is the highest in the country.

He claimed the State Government had failed to take any action to rectify issues mentioned in the Water Audit Report in 2008.

“The people have the right to have access to clean water, literally. Raw water quality is bad. Water treatment plants in Sabah are not equipped with tools, lab and qualified personnel.

Tubuh SSD atau kembalikan Kuasa Imigresen kepada Sabah


KERAJAAN Persekutuan disaran menubuhkan Suruhanjaya Siasatan Di Raja (SSD) atau mengembalikan kuasa Imigresen kepada Ketua Menteri Sabah bagi menangani ibu kepada segala masalah di Sabah iaitu Pendatang Asing Tanpa Izin (PATI).

Ahli Parlimen Malaysia (Tuaran) Datuk Seri Panglima Wilfred Mojilip Bumburing membuat saranan berkenaan dalam pertemuan khas dengan di sebuah hotel di Kuala Lumpur sebentar tadi mengesahkan beliau telah menerima jawapan daripada Kementerian Dalam Negeri (KDN) pada jam 6 petang kelmarin, 23 November, 2011.

Musa ‘reluctant’ to fight for Sabahans

The lack of 'political will' to resolve the cabotage policy
will see Sabahans plunge deeper into poverty.
By Luke Rintod of FMT
 KOTA KINABALU: A well-known consumer activist has criticised the Sabah government for lacking the courage to strike a deal with the federal government to bring down the prices of goods, especially food items, in the state.

“This is a long overdue issue. The state government has done nothing to alleviate the sky-rocketing prices of food items in Sabah,” said Patrick Sindu.

‘Lack of will’ reason for unresolved land woes

By Luke Rintod of FMT
The Sabah government, which has unfettered control over jurisdiction on land, should work out 'negotiated solutions' in all land-grab issues.

KOTA KINABALU: Globe-trotting Danish environmental consultant, Brigitte Feiring, who was commissioned to evaluate the effectiveness of Pacos’ land rights and natural resource management programmes among natives, has listed two reasons why land-grab issues are yet to be resolved in Sabah.

According to Feiring, the two reasons are a “lack of will” and “capacity problem”.

Stop sending Ustaz to Sarawak schools’

Dayaks in Sarawak must resist an alleged attempt to convert
their children and take away their rights.
KUCHING: A simmering issue over the alleged conversion to Islam of Dayak students and pre-schoolers in Sarawak is set to explode in the Umno-led Barisan Nasional’s face .

Responding to the latest allegations that there was an attempt to impart Islamic teaching and practices to non-Muslim children in some Kemas and government pre-schools in the rural areas, the state’s largest Dayak organisation has demanded an immediate stop to such covert activities.

Sarawak Dayak National Union (SDNU) which has well over 100,000 members are demanding that the Taib Mahmud-led state administration intervene and arrest the situation or face public wrath.

2012 Budget hollow, could be RM20b To RM36b, not RM4b: Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan

Borneo Heritage Foundation
Lot 23, 3rd Flr., Block D,
Damai Commercial Centre, Luyang,
88300 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
Tel/Fax: 088-282108    
The exhortation of the 2012 State Budget rings hollow and the accolades by BN leaders and supporters are presumptuous and sometimes border on the “angkat ampu” type.  Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, the founder of the United Borneo Front (UBF) explained that while the 2012 State Budget of a record RM4.048 Billion may be the biggest in the history of the State, it needs to be seen in the perspective of a loss of some RM32 Billion of revenue “lost” to the Federal Government which could translate into a State Budget of RM36 Billion and even assuming a 50:50 revenue sharing formula with the Federal Government, the State Budget would still be at least RM20 Billion instead of RM4.0 Billion as presented by the Chief Minister last Friday.

Sabahans ‘Cry Freedom’ After 48 Years!


THE WIND of change is sweeping throughout Sabah and Sarawak.
After nearly 50 years there is a movement that is calling
for total national unity in the Borneo states.
THE WIND of change is sweeping throughout Sabah and Sarawak. After nearly 50 years there is a movement that is calling for total national unity in the Borneo states.

The United Borneo Front (UBF), an ad hoc NGO led by Jeffrey Kitingan, a former PKR Vice President, is awakening the people to the plight of Sabah and Sarawak’s association with the Peninsula.

Sabahans "terrible mistake" in opting for Malaysia

There is a swelling movement in the Borneo states
that is asking for more independence and
questioning Putrajaya's intentions.
Joe Fernandez

The wind of change is sweeping throughout Sabah and Sarawak. After nearly 50 years there is a movement that is calling for total national unity in the Borneo states.

By Daniel John Jambun
Which Christian can help being angered by the accusation by PAS’ problematic Hasan Ali that Christian missionaries are using eight ways to proselytize Muslims - one of which included using a rather far-fetched ‘solar-powered handheld talking Bible.’ He also said that
Christians were setting up welfare groups that handed out financial and other forms of assistance to single mothers, the poor, the elderly and others with inducements including daily provisions, capital for business purposes and other aid.

Who’s behind the farmers’ party in Sabah?

Could Chief Minister Musa Aman and Harris Salleh be
genuinely working together to help poor farmers or
are they just keeping SPF as a get-away vehicle,
just in-case?
By Luke Rintod of FMT
KOTA KINABALU: A new political party that emerged in Sabah about a year ago is raising eyebrows after it appeared to have received the support of two influential leaders – Chief Minister Musa Aman and former chief minister Harris Salleh.

Who really is behind the Sabah People’s Front Party (SPF)? The question keeps popping up during discussions about politic movements in the state.

Chilling Report From Brussels

Hope all is well down in Borneo.
I have just read the entire Geert Wilders speech and I must admit his account of the islam migration related events in Europe is no news for me, it is merely a summary of what we all experience every day. It is 100% correct that non Muslim women are insulted regularly by them, the local women being called whores or harrassed on the streets. In some towns in northern Europe blonde women dye their hair black so they are not too conspicuous when being noticed by muslims.

The Bet

A little old lady went into the Bank of Canada one day, carrying a bag of money. She insisted that she must speak with the president of the bank to open a savings account because, “It's a lot of money!”

After much hemming and hawing, the bank staff finally ushered her into the president's office.

The bank president then asked her how much she would like to deposit. She replied, “$165,000!” and dumped the cash out of her bag onto his desk.

Be careful about these Chinese products

Very important! Please spread the news!!
Be cautious of hair bands at open markets around the city – they are probably from China since they are purchased in bulk very very cheap !!!!

Take a good look before buying hair bands in future – specially like the following kind…..

These Hair bands were made from used condoms and threads

Sabah announces record 2012 budget of RM4bil

Where does the allocation go?
The Sabah state government has allocated RM4.048 billion for its 2012 state budget, an increase by RM979.62 million compared with the estimated provision for 2011.

Chief Minister Musa Aman, who is also state Finance Minister, said the estimated expenses of 2012 will cover three main components, namely emolument(RM623.66 million), recurring expenses (RM1.120 bilion) and special expenditure (RM2.303 bilion).

Can you reead this?

MCLM Statement on latest ISA arrests by police

MCLM takes umbrage to the arrest of thirteen religious teachers and Islamic activists who were arrested in Tawau under the Internal Security Act (ISA) by a team of police officers from federal police headquarters Bukit Aman.

Together with other concerned citizens and NGOs, MCLM condemns this outrageous move and demands that the police release these detainees to uphold Najib's pledge on Malaysia Day to do away with draconian laws including the ISA, Banishment Act 1959 and the Restricted Residence Act 1933.

None of the get it right

Two medical students were walking along the street when they saw an old man walking with his legs spread apart. He was stiff-legged and walking slowly.

One student said to his friend: "I'm sure that poor old man has Peltry Syndrome. Those people walk just like that."

The other student says: "No, I don't think so. The old man surely has Zovitzki

The Best HELL

I really find the joke below hilarious when I first read it. In fact, we never known how a hell look or feel like. If only the following joke is true and if I were to send to hell (hopefully not but would love to see how's life down there) I would be definitely be one in the que at the gate of the Malaysian Hell (hehe). This joke is taken with kind permission from shaynina.blogspot. Thanks Nina.

SAS scandal: Angry businessman Ambrose Lee slams Yee for implicating him

(Revisited) After more than a decade of silence, a businessman who was implicated as the hand behind the crash in the unit price of Saham Amanah Sabah (SAS) in 1997 has surfaced to publicly deny any involvement in the fiasco.

Businessman Ambrose Lee broke his silence following last week’s debacle in the state legislative assembly in which his name was, for the first time, directly linked to the debacle.

Lee was known to be the owner of now defunct Suniwang Holdings Sdn Bhd, which bought the MISC blue chip shares from Sabah government’s investment arm, Warisan Harta Sabah Sdn Bhd (WHSSB), in exchange for the North Borneo Timber (NBT) and Sugarbun shares back in 1997.

SCORE will turn Sarawak into another Sabah

The import of 600,000 skilled workers to support
SCORE will 'impact the cohesion of the ethnic
community' in Sarawak.
KUCHING: Sarawak will be another “Sabah” beset with problems of immigrants if the state government goes ahead with its plans to import 600,000 skilled labourers to work in the much- talked about Sarawak Corridor Renewal of Energy (SCORE) by 2030.

“This figure represents 20% of the Sarawak’s population, and an influx of such a number of people will have an impact on the cohesion of the ethnic community of Sarawak,” said Ba’Kelalan assemblyman Baru Bian, who is the Sarawak PKR chief.

BN lebih bertanggungjawab berbanding Pakatan

Naib Presiden PBS membidas pimpinan Pakatan terutama
ketuanya Anwar Ibrahim sebagai hanya suka menabur
janji kosong kepada rakyat Sabah dan Sarawak.
By Luke Rintod of FMT
KOTA BELUD: Sekutu utama Umno di Sabah, Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS), berkata Barisan Nasional (BN) lebih bertanggungjawab berbanding Pakatan Rakyat dalam menangani isu-isu berhubung negeri Sabah dan Sarawak.

Naib Presiden PBS, Herbert Timbon Lagadan, membidas pimpinan Pakatan terutama ketuanya Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim sebagai hanya suka menabur janji kosong kepada rakyat Sabah dan Sarawak, sebaliknya pimpinan BN telah terbukti mengambil langkah membantu rakyat miskin di negeri itu.

Bloody clashes looming over land grabs

KOTA KINABALU: Rampant land grabs in Sabah are making folk in rural areas restive with visible indications of impending violent clashes between the “new” owners and natives.

Warning of possible bloodshed over these “illegal” land grabs, United Borneo Front (UBF) chairman Jeffrey Kitingan has urged Chief Minister Musa Aman to intervene immediately and prevent the issue from boiling over.

UBF co-organise dart contest in Keningau

KENINGAU: The United Borneo Front (UBF) together with Stella Grill Island (SGI) co-sponsor the Keningau 2nd Darter's Day on Nov 18 & 19, 2011.

We are inviting ardent and novice darters, especially youths, from here to participate in this dart contest which is open in two categories, man and lady single. The contest will be held at Stella Grill Island here.

The objective of this second darter's day game is to promote dart game among the local youths. UBF believes that dart game is a good game and would support any such positive activity to be taken by interested party in the future.

UBF Chairman, Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan is scheduled to grace the function.

Those who want to know more about the dart contest this Friday and Saturday, they can still contact Mr Ah Chung at 019-8117788.

KK Rela Dipecat Demi Ibu Pertiwi

KECAM…..KK Mahir sanggup menghadapi apa sahaja
rintingan sekalipun dipecat dari jawatan kerana
mengecam kekejaman Corak Nakhoda dan Polis.

TINDAKAN kejam Corak Nakhoda Sdn Bhd mengusir Anak Negeri Sabah daripada tanah adat di lima buah kampung; iaitu Kampung Malagatan, Sogo-Sogo, Kiandungu, Lumankau dan Keliwatung seluas 7,230 ekar di Tongod bakal menjejaskan sokongan rakyat kepada Barisan Nasional.

Tanah Adat dirampas lagi

MANGSA…. Norhaidah berdiri di hadapan rumahnya yang
bakal dibakar atau diroboh oleh Corak Nakhoda pada
bila-bila masa.

MUNGKIN esok adalah hari paling malang dalam hidup seorang Anak Negeri Sabah, Norhaida Lampakas, 51, kerana pada bila-bila masa sahaja rumahnya akan diroboh atau dibakar Corak Nakhoda Sdn.Bhd setelah rumah menantunya dan semua tanaman kelapa sawitnya dimusnahkan beberapa hari lalu.

UMNO and Population Engineering

 By Hussein Abd Hamid
Since 1957 UMNO has effectively carried out the population engineering of our country to ensure its long-term survival by creating the myth of a two pronged “Ketuanan Melayu”. “Ketuanan Melayu” for the Malay masses who are lull into a feeling of being superior over the non-Malays because of their numbers and “Ketuanan Melayu” for the UMNO Malay political elites through the accumulation of massive material wealth for themselves and their cronies. And while UMNO has failed by almost any measure you chose to gauge them – good governance or morality – without question they have succeeded too well in the engineering of the population of this country of ours.



“SAYA bersumpah dengan nama Jesus Kristus, bahawa semua keturunan bangsa saya tidak akan mengundi BN pada PRU 13 ini kerana kerajaan BN yang selama kami sanjung tinggi telah menganiaya kami seperti binatang; sebaliknya mendewakan warga Indonesia dan Filipina yang tidak langsung berhak tinggal di Sabah,” ujar Hendry Salidoh, 20, seorang penduduk dan pemilik tanah adat di Kampung Malagatan, Tongod.

‘If true, I will shoot myself!’


AS CORRECTLY reported in Sunday's newspapers, the publication on my left was the Hansard (records of the Legislative Assembly sittings) with the Sabah State crest on its cover. The book on my right was the 1996 publication by Tan Sri Harris; no doubt the photo of Tan Sri Harris could be from his Chief Minister days. But the 1996 book was nevertheless, published in the name of Tan Sri Harris with his signature on it.

KDM Malaysia not bowing to critics

KENINGAU: The leadership of Kadazandusun and Murut (KDM) Malaysia will not bow down to all the criticisms being levelled at the non-governmental organization (NGO) by various quarters as it is sincere in helping the less fortunate, said its deputy president Datuk Peter Anthony.

He said there is a need to counter media statements by certain leaders here who accused the group of hiding behind an NGO in order for it to spread a different agenda to the people.

Why No Ag Report On 5% Royalty?

The total number of existing oil wells in Malaysia until 31st of March, 2011 is 117 oil wells, and all are in operation and producing crude oil. There are altogether 15 oil wells in the Sabah and the produce from these oil wells all belonging to Sabah. The total extraction of oil from the 15 Sabah oil wells is as much as 192,000 barrels per day.

This was a question recently raised by the Kota Kinabalu Member of Parliament Hiew King Cheu in Parliament. The answer given by the Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak is very important to the Sabahan who like to know how much crude oil is being produced in Sabah, and by how many barrels per day.

Yong: Political lies taken as complete truths

By Datuk Yong Teck Lee

"In the past, I did not bother about political lies spread about me like the Saham Amanah Sabah (SAS issue, the approvals of the 65,000 acres Begaraya land in Pitas and the Tanjong Aru Government Quarters land to private companies. In the internet and coffee shops, lies were spread against me for so long that the lies were taken as complete truths. But as wisdom goes, real gold is not afraid of fire and paper cannot cover fire.

Karpal: Strong Umno move to ‘knock off’ Najib

If the next election ends with a hung-parliament, then there should be a re-election, says Karpal Singh

Immediately after the fall of Pakatan’s Perak government in Feb 2009, Karpal rapped Anwar for predicting a usurpation of Putrajaya administration few months earlier via the backdoor of parliamentarian crossovers from Barisan Nasional.

Athi, Shankar, Free Malaysia Today

DAP national chairman Karpal Singh believes Angkatan Amanah Merdeka (Amanah) president Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah is ‘living in his own world’ and unrealistic in his view that snap polls should not be held until after reforms have been carried out.

Hyperinflation In Zimbabwe..

500 Million Note
In this world, everybody is rushing and chasing for the money.... Some people fighting and killing each others just because of money... In Zimbabwe , all the peoples having a lot of money but they're poor.... WHY ??

500 million note, just printed in May 2008.....everybody can have it....maybe just nice for 1 breakfast/lunch (equal to about USD 2)

Everybody is billionaire.........

CM Must Intervene ‘Sukau Tragedy’

DATUK Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, is urging the Chief Minister, Datuk Seri Musa Haji Aman, to take an urgent step to intervene into what it calls the ‘Sukau Tragedy’ in which houses are being bulldozed by a company which wants natives to vacate an NCR land. 

In an urgent appeal made here, the UBF Chairman, reported that he had just returned from a visit to the site of Kampung Km. 6, Jalan Sukau, Sandakan where he personally witnessed the debris of two houses which have already been bulldozed by Syarikat Campo Sdn. Bhd. which claims to have receive the title to the land, and considered the people there as intruders although they have been there since 1989. 

‘Stop calling for Sabah leaders to unite, Jeffrey’

Frustrated supporters of Jeffrey Kitingan are
demanding that he takes a political stand.
By Luke Rintod of FMT
KOTA KINABALU: Maverick Sabah politician Jeffrey Kitingan is causing confusion within the ranks of his supporters as the 13th general election looms with his ambiguous stand on politics in the state and country.

Their bewilderment was summed up by a veteran political activist who has thrown his lot behind the mercurial leader.

11 reasons for not having polls this year

KUALA LUMPUR: The talk in town is that a general election will be called this year some 17 months before this current government's term ends. We think not. And here are 11 reasons why we think the 13th general election will not be called this year:
1. Barisan Nasional is only meeting today to further discuss its seat allocations and, by all accounts, the 14 parties in the ruling coalition have yet to agree on many things, especially candidates. Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is chairing the meeting to be held at the PWTC.

Najib goes to bank

NAJIB walks into Malayan Banking to cash a cheque.

As he approaches the cashier he says "Good morning , could you please cash this cheque for me?"
Cashier: "It would be my pleasure sir. Could you please show me your ID?"
Najib: "Alamak! I did not bring my ID with me as I didn't think there was any need to. "

The Issue of basic facilities in Sabah and Sarawak

KUALA LUMPUR: The issue of basic facilities in the rural areas of Sabah and Sarawak was one of the main issues raised during the debate on the Supply Bill 2012 for the Rural and Regional Development Ministry in parliament yesterday.

Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing (BN-Bintulu) and Datuk Eric Majimbun (Independent-Sepanggar) questioned the implementation of projects at the ministerial level as many of the facilities provided in both states still could not be used after so long.

Single party rule can happen again-Yong

PENAMPANG: Having a single party to rule a state or government is nothing new as Sabah is one of the three states in Malaysia which have done that.

"It is possible ... there are only three states in Malaysia which have had a single party government. Sabah during Berjaya and PBS as well as PAS in Kelantan and Terengganu. It has happened before and it can happen again," Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) president Datuk Yong Teck Lee said.

‘Racist, evil’ federal leaders duping Sabahans

Where has the billions of ringgit which the federal government
claims was spent on Sabah infrastructure gone?
By Luke Rintod of FMT
PENAMPANG: Billions of ringgit have been spent on infrastructure projects in Sabah but there is little to show for it, especially in rural areas.

This has prompted a veteran political operative in Sabah to accuse federal government leaders of having an “evil” and “racist” attitude towards Sabah and Sarawak.

UMNO-led biggest finance scandals

What UMNO has done!...Melayu mudah lupa LOL....


1. PKFZ RM12bill
2. Submarine RM500mil
3. Simedarby RM964mil
4. Paya Indah Westland RM88mil
5. Posmalaysia (transmile) RM230mil lost

Awesome Conversation (Must Read) Don't miss even a single word... Too good

An atheist professor of philosophy speaks to his class on the problem science has with God, The Almighty. He asks one of his new students to stand and.....

Prof:-So you believe in God?
Student:-Absolutely, sir.

Prof: -Is God good?

Prof:-Is God all-powerful?
Student: -Yes.

Engaging All Quarters Crucial in Resolving Land Issues: LEAP

(From left) Independent consultant Birgitte Feiring
and Land Empowerment Animals People (LEAP) Executive Director
Cynthia Ong in a discussion with Sabah Lands and Surveys Department
Director Datuk Osman Jamal and his Deputy (Land) Lee Chun Khiong
KOTA KINABALU (28th October 2011): As part of an assessment of a local land rights programme, two independent evaluators met the Sabah Lands and Surveys Department to gather information on related issues, in particular claims for native customary rights (NCR).

The recent meeting saw Land Empowerment Animals People (LEAP) Executive Director Cynthia Ong and independent consultant Birgitte Feiring of Denmark, getting feedback from Department Director Datuk Osman Jamal and his Deputy (Land) Lee Chun Khiong on land ownership among natives, including the state’s current focus in issuing Communal Titles.

From An Australian Newspaper about Malaysia

Discrimination of Non-Malays in Malaysia plain racists as PAS said . . . This list is a common knowledge to a lot of Malaysians, especially those non-Malays (Chinese, Ibans, Kadazans, Orang Asli, Tamils, etc.) who have been racially discriminated against.

Figures in this list are merely estimates, so please take it as a guide only. The government of Malaysia has the most correct figures. Is government of Malaysia too ashamed to publish their racist acts by publishing racial statistics?

Rakyat Sabah Di Lacur Di M Pub?


NASIB pekerja asing lebih terbela berbanding dengan pekerja tempatan. Boleh dikatakan kebanyakan pekerja kelab-kelab malam di negeri ini ibarat kerbau yang terpaksa bekerja lebih, namun imbuhan dan tekanan yang dihadapi lebih dari segalanya. Malahan sesetengah pengusaha pusat hiuburan menganggap pekerja mereka sebagai hamba abdi.


If sex with four people is called a foursome.

Sex with three people is called a threesome.

Sex with two is called a twosome.

I now know why some guys are called handsome.

The Third Estate

What do you know about the Third Estate? Basically, the Third Estate is the third of the traditional social classes after the clergy and nobility -- meaning the common people or rakyat. Whether you want to call this group of people the Third Estate (like 200 years ago) or the Third Force is immaterial. The important thing is this is the force that should tell the rulers/government what it wants and not the other way around.


Incredible pics of Borneo's Mulu Caves

Nature's wonderland and it's world's famous right at
our doorstep , have you visited our very own
UNESCO World Heritage site, the Mulu National Park.

Borneo Caves

These incredible images show British scientists on an expedition to map a 'never-ending' cave network in a project that dates back more than 30 years.

The twisting network of caverns underneath Gunung Mulu National Park, in Sarawak, Borneo, contains the largest cave chamber in the world, the largest cave by volume and what is believed to be the largest cave passage.

Nigeria Boko Haram attack 'kills 63' in Damaturu

At least 63 people have been killed in bomb and gun attacks in the north-eastern Nigerian town of Damaturu, the Red Cross says.

Witnesses said the bombs hit several targets, including churches and the headquarters of the Yobe state police.

The Islamist militant group Boko Haram told a newspaper it was behind the attack and that it planned to hit further government targets.

PPSMI: Sometimes Dr M makes sense

The former premier (Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad) says science is a dynamic subject and it was better to teach the subject in the English language.

It is never too late if the government wants to reintroduce the Teaching and Learning of Science and Mathematics in English (PPSMI) in primary schools, although it has decided to fully use Bahasa Malaysia in 2016, said Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

The Truth of SAS issue revealed

An eternal mockery of the anti-corruption move by the Malaysian government 
1. This letter is written with a view to disclosing the TRUTH hidden in the disastrous loss of SAS, which has been twice rejected the presentation of TRUTH in White Paper by the overwhelming majority of BN assemblymen at the Sabah State Assembly.

2. At first glance, you would come to the simple (as kindergarten) conclusion that "I am from SAPP" and "I am speaking for Yong Teck Lee". My simple and instant reply is: Bullshit!! Let me tell you this: I've never been a SAPP member and neither am I paid / or instructed to write!

Sabah Railway ....Why NOT make it better?

By Datuk Richard Yong

The initiative of Robert Mojolou who filed an application for leave for judicial review at the high Court Registry on Friday with regard to the government’s intention to close all illegal crossing will trigger some hard thinking.

Does the government think simply by closing of all illegal crossings is “the” solution to this problematic railway service? Is the government handling the illegal crossings like the way they handle the never ending illegal immigrant problems?

Final Warning: Malaysia may be bankrupt sooner than 2019

Maclean Patrick

Alarm bells should be sounding by now, yet the nation’s leaders seem to be adamant on keeping things sounding rosy and well. The Auditor-General’s Report for 2010 has shown how far down the barrel, Malaysia has gone.

It must be noted that when Malaysia was formed in 1963, the British left her with a solid administrative template. Yet, after more than 50 years of rule by Barisan Nasional, the template has not been improved on. In fact, it has gone to the dogs; replaced instead by a form of government that encourages leakages and corruption of all forms.

Benarkah Kita, ‘Stupid Sabahan?’

SAYA adalah seorang Dusun yang bekerja di sebuah pusat peranginan lima bintang yang terletak di Tanjung Aru dan ingin mendedahkan tingkah laku sesetengah pengurus kami yang amat menghina orang Sabah.

Hotel ini telah menggaji seorang Chef Australia dua tahun lalu dan saya kesal kerana Chef ini kerap memarahi pekerja lain dengan perkataan seperti ‘Stupid Sabahan’.

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