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‘Sabah Muslims are Umno Malay wannabes’

Sabahans have already 'lost' five territories – Labuan,
Tawau, Lahad Datu, Sandakan and Kinabatangan – to the
foreigners whose population exceeds the locals.
By Raymond Tombung of FMT
KOTA KINABALU: Umno leaders in Sabah are working openly to take away whatever little rights Sabahans have left, State Reform Party (STAR) Sabah deputy chairman Awang Ahmad Sah alleged today.
“It is shocking to see them working very hard to deny and further erode the rights of Sabahans.
“They don’t care what happen to us as long as Umno stays in power,” he said, adding that Muslims in Sabah who are not Malays are “trying very hard to be more Malay” than the real Malays from Peninsular Malaysia.
He said most Sabahan Muslims who are in Umno are now behaving as if they will be the last bastion for Umno members in Malaysia.
“Ironically, Sabah Umno members who are not Malays, including KDMs (KadazanDusunMuruts), are supporting Umno as if Umno is their god.
“But they need to realise that the Malays in Selangor, Kedah, Kelantan, Perak, and Penang had rejected Umno in the 2008 election and there is no sign that Umno would regain the Malay support which it lost in that election.
“There is also a strong indication that more Malays in Negeri Sembilan, Terengganu, Johor and Malacca will reject Umno in the 13th general election.
“Even Daim Zainuddin (former economic adviser) said only three states are safe for BN in the next general election, ” Awang said in a statement criticising Sabah Umno deputy chief Salleh Keruak and Sabah Barisan Nasional secretary-general Abdul Rahman Dahlan.
Salleh, who is also State Legislative Assembly speaker, once said that the 20-point agreement was no longer relevant, while Rahman, who is Kota Belud MP, recently stirred the hornets’ nest when he declared Sabah was a unitary state in Malaysia from the beginning of Malaysia’s formation on Sept 16, 1963.
Said Awang: “Why are Salleh and Rahman so willing to distort history? Are they against what their fathers believed?
“Or maybe they are trying very hard to ingratiate themselves to Umno, to [Chief Minister] Musa [Aman] and [Prime Minister] Najib (Tun Razak), to climb up the political ladders?”
‘Five Sabah territories lost’
Awang said it was a relief to know that Barisan Nasional leaders such as Lahad Datu assemblyman Nasrun Mansor had broken ranks with his peers when they urged the government to ensure that only Sabah natives become political representatives.
“It was such a relief to hear Nasrun’s views. He had enough conscience to worry about foreigners with ICs who have outnumbered the locals in some areas and are beginning to demand political representation.
“Most Sabahans don’t even realise that we have already lost five territories.
“We have lost Labuan to the Federal Territory. We have lost Tawau, Lahad Datu, Sandakan and Kinabatangan to the foreigners whose population has exceeded the locals.
“What assurance can Umno give the Sabahans that the foreigners won’t be able to contest in elections in the near future?
“If we allow Umno-BN to win in the next election, we will lose more territories to the foreigners, such as Karambunai, Tanjung Aru, Petagas, Kawang and Liawan constituencies which are already under serious threat as the foreigners form between 20% and 30% of the voters,” Awang said.
He is also wary that Umno will produce more so-called Malays by awarding MyKads to more foreigners.
He said the Mobile National Registration Department, which is foreigner-friendly, will continue to operate and the agents for these foreigners are actively monitoring the schedule of mobile NRD operations.
“As such we all need to wake up to this reality, and oppose the pro-foreigner attitude of many Sabah Umno leaders, or our future generations will suffer and curse us for our neglect and inaction,” he said.

29 comments:

  1. Sabah has drive out BN-UMNO twice during past elections, at that time Semenanjung voters are still voting BN-UMNO like they are God's. But Sabahans are blamed, what an irony.

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    1. it is the people choice...people has the rights to choose and vote..

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    2. Tidak perlulah terpedaya dengan permainan tersebut. Yang pasti Melayu tetap Melayu, Dusun tetap Dusun, India tetap India dan sebagainya. Walau pun mereka Islam sekali pun mereka tetap ada bangsa mereka sendiri.

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  2. This is a democratic country, no one can dictate which party they wanted to support. It is up to the people's decision during the general elections.

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    1. ...and yes cheating is unheard of

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    2. Hope EC is doing their job rightfully!

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    3. vote wisely...

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    4. Rakyat Sabah perlulah mengundi dengan bijaksana bila kedatangan PRU-13.

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    5. betul tu, biar setiap pengundi yang tentukan pilihan mereka sendiri.

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    6. july 19 11.58 where have you been..in the jungle sangat lama tau. you've never seen cheeting and electoral rigging in booth state and parliamentry elections here have you. you poor un educated person...i hope a phantom hasnt taken your IC and name and use it..july 19 4.06 the EC will go over board hand-in-hand with the JPN to ensure all phantoms and false ID cards issued are used to the fullest

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    7. clean and fair elections..

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  3. Jangan lupa asal usul.

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    1. kalau yang lupa asal usul tu memanglah tidak boleh pakai...kacang lupakan kulit...

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  4. kalau dusun tu, tatap dusun sampai mati...atas kertas boleh lah tukar tapi dalam darah tetap darah dusun..

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    1. Ya, jangan sekali lupakan asal usul. Darah tetap tidak boleh ditukar walaupun atas kertas boleh tukar.

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  5. banyak sangat isu mengenai sejarah malaysia...pakar2 sejarah diharap boleh memberi komen..

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  6. undilah dengan bijak pada pru13 nanti..

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    1. rakyat pasti dapat menilai sendiri apa yang terbaik untuk mereka.

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  7. Bagus jangan cakap sebarangan, nanti timbul kontroversi, terutamanya dalam isu agama dan perkauman.

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    1. ya, pekara sensetif baik jangan dipolitikkan.

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    2. kenapa suka mainkan isu sensitif? jgnlah mcm tu.

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  8. isu-isu kaum dan agama janganlah dimainkan..

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  9. serahkan saja kepada setiap pengundi untuk tentukan siapa pilihan mereka.

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    1. biar rakyat menentukannya.

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    2. Pasti rakyat akan menentukannya

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  10. No malay in Sabah

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  11. Para pengundi ada hak untuk mana-mana parti politik. Malangnya, hak yang sama diberikan kepada bangsa asing yang memiliki MyKad.

    Hak apa yang dipertahankan oleh pemberi-pemberi komen yang berbicara pasal hak memgundi?!

    Bangkitlah Sabah dan Sarawak! Negara Borneo merdeka!

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