Sunday, May 23, 2010


In a country where tyranny and injustice are the only means of the ruling elites’ existence, the only option the people have is to vote them out. Sabah UMNO/BN is dead convinced that its Federal Leaders are Saints.

Can UMNO/BN Sabah tell us, why Sabah which is rich in natural resources such as oil and timber and cash crop such as oil palm etc is the 2nd poorest state in Malaysia?

The founding fathers’ of Sabah gave their lives, so that the people of Sabah would live and enjoy the gifts of GOD. Now these gifts have been robbed off them and the people marginalized and treated as 2nd class citizens.

UMNO/BN Sabah Ministers’ have mastered the art of rhetorics and have been lying through their teeth. In short, they have been parroting their political masters and still believe Sabahans are MORONS. They call for the history of Malaysia's formation to be included in our school history books; the question is "which history are these UMNO/BN parrots referring to"?

The one that has marginalized Sabahans and down-graded them to second class citizens, or the one that Sabah is currently the second poorest state in Malaysia because of these very same politicians who have robbed the people?

If at all the people had felt that these UMNO/BN Sabah "Leaders" were made of steel when they "conned" Sabahans into believing that they were fighting for their rights, the people have now awoken to know that these "Leaders" were in actual fact out to "steal".

To change Malaysia for the better, Sabah in particular, we must now change the government. In the words of Sabah's Minister of Tourism and Environment, Masidi Manjun "there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all policy. It has to be tailor-made to suit the pecularities of Sabah and Sarawak". While I may agree with him, I wonder if it’s just political rhetoric to hoodwink the people and defuse the situation.

I recall Masidi Manjun and Bernard Dompok lying through their teeth, when they said they had NO KNOWLEDGE of a RM 2.8 Billion Kaiduan Dam in Penampang, until I produced the LETTER OF AWARD issued by the very same government they are working with.
So, why should Sabahans believe them now?

Sabahans are patriotic to the nation and will fight to their last drop of blood to defend the nation. And they are always reminded to adhere to and believe in the Constitution. My question is, which constitution are we talking about NOW?

Tun Fuad Stephens had called for the review of the provisions in the constitution of the country because it did not seem to reflect what was intended by the original Malaysian agreement. Look what happened to him and his cabinet - "dead”. Was it political assassination? The people of Sabah have been oppressed to the extend that they have to BEG for development funds and any meaningful funds comes only once every 5 years during the elections. Sabahans must not and should not be beggars in their own land, They MUST RISE and demand back what rightfully belongs to them.

BN Sabah partners of late have been at each other's throats; which indicates huge cracks within. Ironically, no one has the testicles to say..."we are leaving Barisan Nasional". Why not so? It's obvious ... projects and hand-outs of course. I heard from the grapevine recently that Sabah's Chief Minister Musa Aman and aspiring candidate for Chief Minister Shafie Apdal (PM Najib's "blue-eyed boy") were in a heated argument over projects monopolized by Musa in Semporna. Either way, volcanic eruptions are about to happen.

Sabahans are ready for change. The Sibu, Sarawak by-elections has opened the floodgates with renewed vigour that, it is now possible for the very same tsunami that hit West Malaysia in the 12th general elections to strike again here in East Malaysia.

Sabahans must first change by saying “NO” to bribery and UMNO/BN's corruptive RM50 notes as inducement just to vote for them. Are we tradable commodities … and insultingly … worth just RM50?

Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR ) will be having its 6th Annual Congress on the 26th-30th in Kota Bahru and many issues will be deliberated, all under the name of strengthening the party. My question is, does PKR exist in Sabah?

If the answer is in the affirmative, then their leadership in Sabah must be "transparent" and vocal, as their silence may denote non-existence.

Who is actually calling the shots in PKR Sabah? I urge the Leadership to re-visit the problems that are plaguing PKR Sabah to ensure the Party remains relevant in facing the 13th general election. There is a leadership problem that must be addressed immediately, or all hell may break loose.

The people are watching, and they don't like what they see.

I wish to convey my warm wishes and greetings to all my Kadazan brothers and sisters...KOTOBIAN TADAU KAAMATAN,and to my Dayak brothers and sisters..HAPPY GAWAI.May we rise together as one and redeemed back our dignity and claim what rightfully belongs to us.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Leaders of Steel and Leaders Who STEAL

Today my blog celebrates it's first anniversary.Exactly a year ago,I woke up with tears in my eyes and wondered if there was a reason for me to shed tears or was this a calling from God.Sipping my tea-tarik with friends at our nearby favorite coffee shop,the inspiration from friends further motivated me.It was the beginning of a journey to tell Sabahans and Sarawakians,enough of all this hoodwinking.

We must now exposed and reveal the corrupt politicians from UMNO/BN who have robbed,raped and cheated us.I thank everyone who has supported my blog,and assure you that I will not compromise with any crooked politician until Sabah and Sarawak is restored to what rightfully belongs to them.My advice to all aspiring Pakatan Rakyat politicians young and the oldies,change within or you will be HISTORY.Do not gamble with the lives of the people,the people are watching.

The Truth Must Prevail.

Sabahans shed tears when their first Huguan Siou ( Fuad Stephens) gave his life for the sake of his people he loved so much that they may live a good life to enjoy all of God's gift to them - timber, good weather, good nature, OIL etc. His well planned death by the perpetrators however has diminished and shattered all hopes of Sabahans, yesterday,today and the future.

What's more frightening was my discovery, after having a chat with an interesting character in Kuala Lumpur.His rank was a Colonel and he was the intelligence officer to Tun Fuad Stephens. In his own words "the target man was actually DATUK PETER MOJUNTIN". (?)

The Golden Son Of The Kadazan (Datuk Peter Mojuntin) was primarily one of the main target man in the " politically motivated " crash of the ill-fated plane that stunned the people of Sabah. Would Sabah be far better off had this "political assassination" hadn't taken place?

With hundreds of billions already robbed by the Federal Government over the past 34 years, the crumbs returned has not only been insulting but only enjoyed by a select few who in turn have now become millionaires.Has the families of the victims been induced with richness beyond our imagination,not withstanding the fact that they have also been warned never to reveal the truth behind the crash? Are their lives still under threat?

There is doubt now that the Chief Minister of Sarawak at that time,Rahman Yaakub agreed to the 5% royalty as claimed by the Federal Government. Massive developments has taken place in West Malaysia,but Sabah and Sarawak still lag far behind.

As the milking cow of the Federal Government,the East Malaysian states are doomed till eternity, unless Sabahans and Sarawakians stand up with one voice and say enough is enough.

UMNO/BN-The Jekyll and Hyde in modern times.

In the latest twist of events,the Federal Government has signed off a major oil find to Brunei worth RM 320 Billion.Who stands to benefit from this? The Federal Government has claimed that the State Governments of Sabah and Sarawak have been advised and dully consulted.The fact that the exchange of letters between Malaysia and Brunei has been formalized would clearly indicate,that Taib Mahmud (Chief Minister of Sarawak) and Musa Aman (Chief Minister of Sabah) had agreed to the surrender of an oil find which could have contributed RM16 Billion in terms of the 5% oil royalty.Both these Chief Ministers should be haul up and put on trial for treason.

Who gave these two Chief Ministers the right to agree? East Malaysia belongs to the people of Sabah and Sarawak and not a personal property of this two so-called " distinguished gentlemen".Was this so-called consultation made between Musa Aman and Taib Mahmud and in cahoots with the Federal Government to further enrich themselves?

Was an act of treason committed by the former Prime Minister, Ahmad Badawi and his entire Cabinet when they "surrendered our maritime territory"? The Najib Razak, the Prime Minister was also a member of Badawi's administration,and Malaysians demand an explanation.

The state Government's of Sabah and Sarawak have "sold their souls" to the Federal Government,while the people continue to rot under dictatorial rule of highly corrupted politicians.

Sabah and Sarawak no longer have leaders of steel but leaders who steal.