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PR/BN in Sabah, S'wak should be invited to join UBA

By Joe Fernandez
KOTA KINABALU : The PR/BN chapters in Sabah and S'wak should be invited to join UBA on condition that these said chapters will achieve autonomy, if they don't already have, as soon as possible.

To avoid the Sapp kind of about-turns, those signing up with UBA should take a Public Pledge and sign a Memorandum of Understanding with all UBA members.


If the PR/BN chapters concerned do not achieve autonomy within a reasonable period of time, their membership in UBA should be suspended until it's practical to lift it.

Suspension would mean the said PR/BN chapters would only enjoy observer status when UBA meets.

Should the said PR/BN chapters in Sabah and S'wak refuse to sign up with UBA, the matter should be brought before the people directly and indirectly through the Court of Public Opinion.

UBA should remain an ad hoc NGO movement working across the political divide in Malaysia towards a 3rd Force in Parliament.

The following elements comprise the 3rd Force in Parliament: Sabah, S'wak and the following elements in Peninsular M'sia -- Orang Asli, Christians, other minorities, fence-sitters (i.e. neither for BN or PR) and the 67 parliamentary seats in Peninsular M'sia where Indians decide.

59 comments:

  1. Some people who read this will start jumping up and down.

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    1. Another frogs emerged?

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    2. INDEPENDENCE NOT AUTONOMY!

      DON'T BE FOOLED BY THIS LINE WHICH THE MALAYANS ARE SECRETLY & OPENLY PROMOTING

      They are happy to give us nominal autonomy and we have this on paper already.

      49 years is enough proof that the Malayans will just ignore our rights.

      Furthermore, autonomy will only continue the plunder of our rich resources to develop Malaya and enrich UMNO & cronies at our expense!

      Why continue to be stooges?

      Does it may sense when we should be demanding de-colonization?

      If we are diverted to working for autonomy the Malayan will achieve their intention to delay the Sabah Sarawak independence demands and to keep them as colonies. Seen in this light the third force is a diversion and a con.

      We have been conned into Malaysia and not they want to con us to stay!

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  2. Certain leader wont want to share the big cakes with anyone, especially with his adversaries..

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    1. those are greedy and opportunist leaders...

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    2. Jeff again?

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  3. Jeffery Kitingan sendiri pun sudah mengambaikan UBA, buat apa minta parti lain untuk ikut?

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    1. UBA sudah tiada cerita ni...sekejap saja terus tenggelam..

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    2. Itulah kalau namanya gimik.. Kejap ja lepas tu takda sudah khabar angin.

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    3. That is sooo Jeff to leave something behind once he found something better.

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    4. He's doubtful now. Shame on him. He shouldn't asked so if he's confident.

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    5. JK dah ada Star, mana dia mau peduli lagi dgn UBA.

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    6. UBA daa jadi sejarah dalam politik.

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  4. Ramai aktivis UBF merasai Jeffrey menggunakan perjuangan UBA sebagai alat politik untuk Star.

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    1. JK memang menggunakan UBA sebagai alat politik...malangnya UBA ni tidak dipandang oleh parti2 politik lain..

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    2. Macam mana nak pandang kalau orang kuatnya sendiri pun macam sukar utk dipercayai.

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    3. Jeffrey should not start another political party, he should just focus on fighting for the UBA agenda.

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    4. It's possible too.

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    5. Jika benar perjuangannya, seharus satu berita baik untuk orang Sabahan.

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    6. Sememangnya JK menggunakan UBA untuk kepentingan beliau sendiri.. sekarang berpaling tadah kepada STR lagi.

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    7. susah juga kalau masing-masing ada agenda sendiri.

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  5. pembangkang di sabah saling bercakaran...tidak akan ada persefahaman sebab masing2 tamakkan kuasa..

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    1. Sebab itulah pembangkang tidak perlu mimpi untuk dapatkan kepercayaan rakyat. Sendiri pun susah bekerjasama, inikan lagi nak bersatu tolong rakyat. huhuhu

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    2. The opposition doesn't stand a chance in winning the election.

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    3. Star, SAPP and PKR are still bickering among themselves like a couple of three year olds, can't believe they planned to form a government with such childish mindset.

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    4. Not siding to any sides but BN still have the big potential to win because Sabah's oppositions themselves are not strong enough to bring down BN.

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    5. The oppositions are having too much of free time. UBA should do more charity works.

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    6. jika tk brsatu bagaimana nk jalin kerjasama?

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    7. Pembangkang pun tidak satu kepala..masing2 ada agenda sendiri.

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    8. BN tetap menjadi pilihan utama rakyat.

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  6. menyertai UBA tidak akan menguntungkan mereka yang sertainya tetapi menguntungkan bagi pihak yang berkepentingan..

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    1. Itulah namanya politik. Hanya yang berkepentingan saja bahagia tahap dewa dewi. huhu

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    2. Bagi mereka yang terdesak, apa saja perjuangan dan isu boleh dijadikan alat politik.

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    3. Politic is a game. Must know how to play and have strategies if want to remain in the game.

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    4. Dalam politik ini, macam2 orang sanggup buat untuk mendapat nama.Terdesak mau mendapat nama..isu yang sebegini pun boleh jalan juga.

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  7. setakat ini UBA hanyalah pada nama saja...

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    1. Tubuh berpuluh-puluh parti/NGO tapi tiada pemimpin yang berkaliber pun tiada makna.

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    2. macam tidak nampak lagi keberkesanan UBA setakat ini.

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  8. Lama tak dengar cerita UBA kan. Apa sebenarnya yang berlaku terhadap UBA ni.

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  9. Tiada guna ada agenda/manifesto berjela-jela kalau tiada tindakan proaktif.

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  10. Whatever the suggestion, this will never happen.

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  11. Certainly some people will be favoured out of this.

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  12. I suppose the people have their rights to make choices.

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    1. ya,setiap orang ada pilihan mereka sendiri.

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  13. I can see anything is possible in politics.

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  14. Is there need to start up a new party?

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  15. I can't wait to see people's reaction to this in action.

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  16. macam lama sudah tidak dengan cerita UBA ni.

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  17. dulu selalu dengar pasal UBA ni, tapi tidak tahu apa sumbangannya.

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  18. UBA?? apa yang JK dapat lakukan juga.

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  19. Kalau kita lihat sekarang JK sibuk dengan STAR saja dan UBA macam hilang sudah itu,.

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  20. masih bernyawa lagi ka UBA?

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  21. All leaders and members of Sarawak Barisan Nasional (BN) component parties need to uphold the “1BN” principle if they want to win all the 31 parliamentary seats to be contested in the coming 13th general election.

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  22. Sarawak BN secretary-general Datuk Dr Stephen Rundi Utom said they should learn from past experience including the loss of a few seats to the opposition in the state elections last year due to the lack of the 1BN spirit and some internal factors within the component parties.

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  23. In the opinion of Datuk Dr Stephen, the opposition is not strong in Sarawak but he acknowledged that there are short comings within the Sarawak BN component such as internal problems and overconfidence due to their previous success which must be overcomed in order to achieve total victory in the coming election. He highlighted this in his address to BN Youth members who will be organising a convoy to fly the Jalur Gemilang.

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  24. Rundi, who is also Public Utilities Assistant Minister, said BN had the edge in giving confidence to the people, particularly the fence-sitters, based on the performance of the opposition in states they ruled or seats under them.

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  25. He said if BN component party members could move as a team and take the “touch one, touch all” approach, then the issue of outside parties claiming to be BN-friendly would not arise.

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  26. Of the 31 parliamentary seats in Sarawak, only two seats, Bandar Kuching and Sibu, are held by the opposition.

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  27. In the last general election, Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) was allocated 14 seats, Parti Rakyat Bersatu Sarawak (SUPP) seven, Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) six and Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) four.

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