Sunday, May 23, 2010

If you don't STAND FOR SOMETHING, you will FALL FOR ANYTHING

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.

48 comments:

  1. I salute you bro Ronnie for your courage and voicing the grievousness of Sabahans.Your stand has awaken us all and we shall take that giant step together in ensuring the 13th General Elections will be the end of BE-end.

    As to the problems in PKR Sabah,you're correct.The leadership in Sabah is useless to the core.Trojan horses of UMNO within and members who are still eating from the hands of UMNO/BN.I will forward you their names through your blog email.Saya betul betul malu,kerana ada ahli yang hanya mengunakan nama parti sebagai landasan untuk glamour saja.Ada juga seorang PENIPU yang masih ketua cabang.

    Kudos to you Saudara Ronnie,we are behind you all the way.

    Ahli PKR.

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  2. Yes you are right anon. People like Halik Zaman and those discards from PBS are still around trying to get a share of the cake by hoodwinking the people into believing that they are now in PKR fighting for the Sabahans when in fact they are just opportunists.

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  3. vote out the thief, vote in the frogs...what is the difference then?

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  4. Protect your native blood as never be fooled by outsider...

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  5. the answer is in the people hands in the next general election...what most important is the absolute solutions regarding the longstanding issues facing by the sabahans such as illegal immigrant, rural facility etc...

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  6. I think it's time for the people to show what they can do in the next general election.

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  7. Soon there will be a showdown between the CM and Shafie Apdal. Until then, let the people decide. I hope after the next general election, there should be solutions to solved the overdue problems..

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  8. sabah tidak perlu tukar kerajaan untuk maju kerana apa yang diinginkan rakyat sabah sebenarnya ialah hanya seorang CM yang bijak yang mampu membawa Sabah untuk terus maju, tidak mementingkan diri dan tidak membuat sabah papa kedana dan banyak hutang!

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  9. apa guna tukar kerajaan kalau barisan pakatan yang wakil rakyatnya penuh dengan agenda tersendiri! rakyat sabah hanya inginkan sebuah negeri yang aman damai tanpa tipu helah dan janji manis yang kosong!

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  10. Sabah needs to hold tight.Not from now on but since the beginning of our journeys.

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  11. Kumar ... it is better if we stay with the Thief, give them some lesson and get back everything been stolen by them.

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  12. stand to the others weaknesses and stand to the reality is different. all parties are equal to each other, only put their hope for the others weakness to succeed. why don't go often to the ground and see the reality instead of doing bla,bla,bla and playing the oldest game(promises).. since human lead the government, the new govt will not guarantee for our better future.

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  13. You people should see the Malaysia Today and what RPK said about the project M at his talk on ISA in London.

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  14. Anonymous said May 24, 2010 7:58 PM

    And what happen next? are you going to make the same step taken by RPK?

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  15. Hey...people now a days..Ronnie is just share whatever does emm maybe can help the Government change and give more to the people.. it is good actually having someone like Ronnie... Lots of things Govt need to eying with....So, lets move on and keep supporting Govt as i am sure they will fixed on something on the next steps...

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  16. I HAVE SEEN ENOUGH OF SABAHANS' PATHETIC ATTITUDE. THEY ARE THE DOERS OF THEIR OWN MISERIES.

    NOW, THEY WOULD SHOUT SCREAM AND CURSE THE BN LEADERS FOR 5 YEARS UNTIL THE LAST MOMENT WHEN YOU NEED THEM THE MOST.

    ON THE EVE OF POLLING DAY, THEY WILL CHANGE 360 DEGREE AND STILL GO FOR BN WHEN THEY ARE SHOWERED WITH RM50 NOTES.

    YES, SABAHANS ARE VERY CHEAP POLITICALLY. BN AND UMNO KNOW IT VERY WELL. BN AND UMNO DO NOT HAVE TO DO MUCH FOR 5 YEARS. THEY HAVE TO MAKE SURE THEY MAKE ENOUGH MONEY IN ORDER TO DRUNK AND DROWN THE VOTERS IN THE RURAL AREAS. IT IS OK FOR OPPOSITION TO WIN ALL THE SEATS IN THE TOWNS. BUT 80% OF THE 60 SEATS ARE IN RURAL AREAS.

    THERE IS NO REASONS FOR SABAHANS ESPECIALLY KDM TO BLAME BN. THE PEOPLE OF SABAH ARE THE REAL PROBLEMS NOT BN OR UMNO. THE PEOPLE VOTED UNMO & BN LEADERS IN POWER TO ROB AND RAPE THEM IN ORDER TO HAVE ENOUGH FUND TO BRIBE THEM IN ELECTION.

    PEOPLE OF SABAH ARE WILLING PARTNERS IN THE CORRUPT SYSTEM. THE GAME GO ON AGAIN AND AGAIN UNTIL THE NEST ELECTION.

    SABAHANS, ARE YOU WISER NOW AFTER BEING ROBBED AND CHEATED FOR 47 YEARS?

    CAN YOU TAKE THE BN MONEY AND VOTE FOR PR CANDIDATES IN THE NEST ELECTION?

    DO YOU WANT TO BE LAUGHED AT BY WEST MALAYSIANS TO KISS THE HANDS THAT ROBBED YOU TO BECOME THE POOREST AMONGST MALAYSIANS.

    IT IS YOUR OWN CHOICE.

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  17. Kenapa mesti mempersalahkan Sabahan dan bukan BN? Adakah anda buta??

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  18. Aiyo....Walaupun saya orang Sabah,saya begitu malu dengan komen ???? May 25 12:50 am.

    Kenapa salahkan BN,orang Sabah yang undi mereka?Jadi orang Sabah,bukan semua,yang patut di salahkan.Wahai rakan rakan,bangkit dan kita buang UMNO dan BN pada PRU 13.

    Sebagai orang Sabah,saya amat kagum dengan pendirian Saudara Ronnie.Beliau patut di berikan anugerah pahlawan gagah kerana berani mempertahankan hak hak orang Sabah.Ini lah baru pemimpin yang gagah,berani bersuara,tiada ajenda persendirian,kukuh pada prinsip dan berwawasan.

    Harap Saudara Ronnie akan keluar jadi calon pada PRU13.

    Sabahan Power.

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  19. Blaming on the Sabahan again? How lame..However, decisions and choices are in our own people's hands. Besides, politicians nowadays has their own ulterior motives.

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  20. Memang pun Salah kamu...hey kalau orang ketuk sekalipun pintu rumah kamu, dan jika kamu tidak membukanya nescaya orang diluar tidak akan masuk...Betul ka tidak?

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  21. I agree totally the comments at 1125 pm that the sabahans are to be blamed for their own miseries. They never learned. They couldnot even see that there is no such race of Malay in the whole of Sabah, and yet, they embraced UMNO as if UMNO is the best thing that ever happened to them. Ahdui, even KDM had joined UMNO???? and kissed their hands. Sabahan are such a confused lot.

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  22. Reading from what is going on in Sabah now it seems to me that there are some signs of an independence movement in Sabah but then with all the PTIs and the outstanding Sabah claim, I just wonder!
    Or maybe Sabah needs to go back to its older style of autonomous government as stipulated under the 20 points.
    Whatever it is I pray that the situation will improve in Malaysia as a whole, because with all the political bickering, and squandering, Malaysia will eventually also end up like Thailand recently.

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  23. Be it 20 points, 8 points. no point, autonomy, malaysian agreement or whatever they called it, these are just tools, slogans and springboards for poltical opportunists to return to power that they used to enjoy at our expense.

    Those who are portraying heroes and saviours of sabah rights were once senior politicians and VVIP helming at the top not too long ago.

    What happened whent they were within BN? How many of them dared to go against BN and UMNO wishes when they were in BN? In sabah politics, only a handful few had the gut to turn the other way when they were with the ruking goivernment.They may have short memory. But People remember.

    What happened to the 20 points ansd malaysian agreement autonomy and the eroded state rights when they were at the top? Did they demand their masters at the central government to respect and honour sabah rights? NO, NO, No.

    People still remember that no too long ago just before the last state election, SAPP president was heaping praises on musa aman and UMNO leaders misleading sabahans to believe that BN under musa aman was the best CM for sabah.

    Only when they are in political wilderness that they seek shelter flashing 20 points and malaysian agreement and sabah rights.

    Enough is enough.

    Now they are preying, probing and waiting for the right moment ti make the next opportunitsic move for a kill.

    In one particular case, DAP hiew king chiew may be right when he wanted sabahan not to trust SAPP.

    If yong teck lee could do it to PBS and BN when PBS and BN were weak and most vulnerable politically, he will do it to anyone for anything in order to get back to power. He only want to be CM.

    Beware and be warned.

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  24. who gave away 20 points? None other than the sabah leaders themself.

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  25. The light of "JULY 4th" for our homeland NORTH OF BORNEO has been lit and it is a matter of time that we will get back our RIGHTS, PRIDE,DIGNITY and most of all our SOVEREIGNTY.

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  26. sabahan memang patut berdiri teguh. Tak perlulah kita cari siapa salah, yg penting kita jadi masyarakat yg matang dan bijak membuat pilihan. Saya yakin semuanya pasti OK.

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  27. Sabar kamurang, tak lama lagi pru13. hehee

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  28. Sabahan, sabahan.. hhhmmm
    plz wake up b4 it's too late :(

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  29. Ya ya, with all the top leadership makan Malaysia will be bankrupt and not good for Sabah. Lagi kena hisap sampai kering!
    Nah see this news from the Star

    Idris: RM103b can be saved, Government debt growing by 12% yearly
    TEH ENG HOCK and SHAUN HO
    enghock@thestar.com.my

    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will save RM103bil over the next five years if it slashes its subsidy bill now.

    On the other hand, the country would become bankrupt by 2019 if the Government debt continued to grow by 12% per year, warned Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Idris Jala.

    “If we do not do anything, by 2019, our debt will equal our GDP. We do not want to end up as another Greece,” he said at the Subsidy Rationalisation Open Day.

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  30. Another good stuff from the hypocrite!
    What about the church burnings!!any action?
    The cow head fiasco? Sudah negara mahu hancur baru cuba buat baik! What action has been taken against the PM's aide?

    Make Malaysia A World Model For Religious Tolerance - Najib

    KUALA LUMPUR, May 28 (Bernama) -- Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak urged Malaysians to take a moderate approach in their outlook towards the country's multi-religious setting and make Malaysia a world model for religious tolerance and racial harmony.

    "I urged Malaysians to join hands with me to make Malaysia a model of religious tolerance and racial harmony for the rest of the world to see," he said at a Wesak Day celebration and open house at the Buddhist Maha Vihara temple in Brickfields, here on Friday.

    Najib is the third prime minister to have visited the 115-year-old temple after Tunku Abdul Rahman and Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

    Present were his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, Transport Minister Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat, Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing Minister Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin, representatives from other religions, foreign dignitaries, guests as well as thousands of Buddhist devotees.

    Najib added that Malaysians should avoid engaging in any kind of extremism which he said could hurt the country and hamper its visions to become a high-income nation.

    "We are faced with many challenges today including the eradication of poverty as well as transforming Malaysia into a high-income and developed nation within 10 years.

    "And for us to face these challenges, we must recognise the basic principles of democracy, which is, rights must be balanced with responsibility," he added.

    Najib said Malaysians must also use their wisdoms to reach out and understand the rights of all citizens in practising their religions in dignity and without harassment.

    The Prime Minister said Malaysians should used wisdoms and compassion to help one another regardless of ethnicities and backgrounds.

    "We have to accept that in order for all of us to be happy, sometimes we have to sacrifice something for the common good.

    "If our nation pursues the virtue of contentment, there is no reason why we cannot achieve greater success as a nation," he added.

    -- BERNAMA

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  31. gondihing, this may happend in the next election please read on
    http://suarasabah.wordpress.com/2010/05/22/so-you-want-20-to-25-seats/#more-36

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  32. How do you expect Malaysians to be patriotic when their leaders and governement are corrupted right to the core? This is especaillyso with the non Malays and non Muslims when their temples were desecrated and churches burnt and the government did not take any drastic action against the culprits and some government ministers even encouraged the pepetrators..


    Malaysians lack nationalism - Razali
    2010/05/30

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    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians still have weak spirit of nationalism and this can be an obstacle to attaining developed nation status, Youth and Sports Deputy Minister Datuk Razali Ibrahim said.

    He said Malaysia should look at Japan, South Korea and Singapore as the countries had succeeded with strong spirit of nationalism.

    "This is what we are lacking," he said adding people in developed countries rarely talk bad about their own countries but would defend them.


    "Singapore is the best example," Razali who is also Umno Youth deputy chief said citing the "kiasu" (afraid of losing) attitude among Singaporeans.

    He said "kiasu" was not something negative although some Malaysians found it odd and called Singaporeans "kiasu".

    "Kiasu is the nationalism spirit for Singapore. It means that weaknesses will be corrected without smearing the country's good name. Kiasu is the key or secret to Singapore''s success."


    Razali said the people's confidence in the country would reflect the confidence of foreigners adding Singapore would protect the interest of its investors.

    The nationalism spirit of Thais and Indonesians were also stronger than Malaysians despite the anti-government demonstrations which ended recently.

    Indonesia also had its share of problems but nationalism among the people was not one of them.


    "But we have lost the nationalism spirit. Even the 1Malaysia concept to make the people and nation developed is attacked by some people. Will running down your own country make others respect us more?"

    Razali said such an attitude among Malaysians would automatically make others have low opinion or lose confidence in the country.

    BERNAMA

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  33. Saya rasa penulis komen ini adalah salah seorang ahli PKR yang ditolak oleh rakyat Sabah. Maka dia menulis komen ini dan memburuk-burukkan rakyat Sabah dengan niat supaya rakyat Sabah mengundi PKR dan buka mata akan keburukan BN. Well..tindakan tidak matang ini mencerminkan penulis komen itu sendiri yang amat sedih, putus asa dan kecewa kerana dia ditolak mentah-mentah oleh rakyat Sabah kerana sifatnya yang kebudak-budakan, panas baran dan sifatnya adalah sama seperti komen yang ditulisnya ini....saya simpati dengan penulis komen ini! (rujuk komen dibawah)


    Anonymous said...

    I HAVE SEEN ENOUGH OF SABAHANS' PATHETIC ATTITUDE. THEY ARE THE DOERS OF THEIR OWN MISERIES.

    NOW, THEY WOULD SHOUT SCREAM AND CURSE THE BN LEADERS FOR 5 YEARS UNTIL THE LAST MOMENT WHEN YOU NEED THEM THE MOST.

    ON THE EVE OF POLLING DAY, THEY WILL CHANGE 360 DEGREE AND STILL GO FOR BN WHEN THEY ARE SHOWERED WITH RM50 NOTES.

    YES, SABAHANS ARE VERY CHEAP POLITICALLY. BN AND UMNO KNOW IT VERY WELL. BN AND UMNO DO NOT HAVE TO DO MUCH FOR 5 YEARS. THEY HAVE TO MAKE SURE THEY MAKE ENOUGH MONEY IN ORDER TO DRUNK AND DROWN THE VOTERS IN THE RURAL AREAS. IT IS OK FOR OPPOSITION TO WIN ALL THE SEATS IN THE TOWNS. BUT 80% OF THE 60 SEATS ARE IN RURAL AREAS.

    THERE IS NO REASONS FOR SABAHANS ESPECIALLY KDM TO BLAME BN. THE PEOPLE OF SABAH ARE THE REAL PROBLEMS NOT BN OR UMNO. THE PEOPLE VOTED UNMO & BN LEADERS IN POWER TO ROB AND RAPE THEM IN ORDER TO HAVE ENOUGH FUND TO BRIBE THEM IN ELECTION.

    PEOPLE OF SABAH ARE WILLING PARTNERS IN THE CORRUPT SYSTEM. THE GAME GO ON AGAIN AND AGAIN UNTIL THE NEST ELECTION.

    SABAHANS, ARE YOU WISER NOW AFTER BEING ROBBED AND CHEATED FOR 47 YEARS?

    CAN YOU TAKE THE BN MONEY AND VOTE FOR PR CANDIDATES IN THE NEST ELECTION?

    DO YOU WANT TO BE LAUGHED AT BY WEST MALAYSIANS TO KISS THE HANDS THAT ROBBED YOU TO BECOME THE POOREST AMONGST MALAYSIANS.

    IT IS YOUR OWN CHOICE.
    May 24, 2010 11:05 PM

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  34. Calling all Sabahans, remember you have done the unexpected before, and now you have to do it again in this coming GE13.

    Enough is enough and remember no more RM50 or RM200 cash 1 vote and no more 5kg or 10kg rice 1 vote and no more blue water tank 1 vote and no more zinc roof and woods etc 1 vote.

    But if the BN insist to give, as PAS Spiritual leader said, "Terima saja tetapi apabila memangka calon pangkah lah calon pembangkang".

    We must now educate especially the rural voters to change their mindset not to be easily con or threatened by BN.

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  35. "calling all sabahan" la.."blame the sabahan" la.. bla bla. Ini demokrasi kan..kalah BN menang di Sabah sbb majoriti rakyat tahu BN boleh pimpin negeri ini berbanding PR. Halik Zaman & Ronnie Klassen sama saja. Ronnie Klassen cuma berani ckp di blog saja pegila join PR buat ceramah nanti. Ko suka dgr pujian2 dlm blog kau ini yg kebanyakannya anonymous saja...

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  36. Saya bersetujui penuh dengan komen tentang sikap orang sabah. Orang kata: It takes two to tango. Pemimpin rasuah, rakyat rasuah.

    Anonymous said...

    I HAVE SEEN ENOUGH OF SABAHANS' PATHETIC ATTITUDE. THEY ARE THE DOERS OF THEIR OWN MISERIES.

    NOW, THEY WOULD SHOUT SCREAM AND CURSE THE BN LEADERS FOR 5 YEARS UNTIL THE LAST MOMENT WHEN YOU NEED THEM THE MOST.

    ON THE EVE OF POLLING DAY, THEY WILL CHANGE 360 DEGREE AND STILL GO FOR BN WHEN THEY ARE SHOWERED WITH RM50 NOTES.

    YES, SABAHANS ARE VERY CHEAP POLITICALLY. BN AND UMNO KNOW IT VERY WELL. BN AND UMNO DO NOT HAVE TO DO MUCH FOR 5 YEARS. THEY HAVE TO MAKE SURE THEY MAKE ENOUGH MONEY IN ORDER TO DRUNK AND DROWN THE VOTERS IN THE RURAL AREAS. IT IS OK FOR OPPOSITION TO WIN ALL THE SEATS IN THE TOWNS. BUT 80% OF THE 60 SEATS ARE IN RURAL AREAS.

    THERE IS NO REASONS FOR SABAHANS ESPECIALLY KDM TO BLAME BN. THE PEOPLE OF SABAH ARE THE REAL PROBLEMS NOT BN OR UMNO. THE PEOPLE VOTED UNMO & BN LEADERS IN POWER TO ROB AND RAPE THEM IN ORDER TO HAVE ENOUGH FUND TO BRIBE THEM IN ELECTION.

    PEOPLE OF SABAH ARE WILLING PARTNERS IN THE CORRUPT SYSTEM. THE GAME GO ON AGAIN AND AGAIN UNTIL THE NEST ELECTION.

    SABAHANS, ARE YOU WISER NOW AFTER BEING ROBBED AND CHEATED FOR 47 YEARS?

    CAN YOU TAKE THE BN MONEY AND VOTE FOR PR CANDIDATES IN THE NEST ELECTION?

    DO YOU WANT TO BE LAUGHED AT BY WEST MALAYSIANS TO KISS THE HANDS THAT ROBBED YOU TO BECOME THE POOREST AMONGST MALAYSIANS.

    IT IS YOUR OWN CHOICE.
    May 24, 2010 11:05 PM

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  37. Hello jesseltontoday ko ni sapa? urang punya suke lah pakai anonymous. Orang BN memang begitu sombong and egoist. Kalau bukan Klassen yang berani dan hebat ni, siapa lagi akan bersuara untuk Sabah?

    You are not qualified to use the name jesseltontoday and you better change it to pissof-peabraintoday.

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  38. Inilah orang Sabah under Project IC M.
    Inin original Sabahans atau Pilipin yang kena kasi IC untuk mengundi?



    Order to probe 25 'Sabah snatch thieves'

    Published on: Thursday, June 03, 2010


    THE State Government wants police to conduct a thorough investigation on the 25 snatch thieves believed from Sabah that were caught during TV3 Jom Heboh Carnival in Kangar, Perlis on Sunday.

    Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman said the Government viewed the matter very seriously and wants the authority concerned to ascertain the true identities of the snatch thieves. This is because in the past, many "Sabahans" caught by the police for committing crimes in West Malaysia have been identified as foreigners holding Malaysian identification documents.

    "We are asking the authority to conduct further investigation and to take further action," he said.

    According to the June 1 report, the 25 snatch thieves had family connections with one another that included a mother and daughter.

    Police found 37 necklaces, 14 lockets and nine wrist and ankle bracelets worth about RM26,500 from the group amassed during a snatch theft spree for two days near the Kangar Stadium Utama.

    The suspects comprised 12 men and 13 women with ages ranging from 18 to 46. Their targets were mostly children between the ages of three and six.

    Police moved in on the group when they were resting in their rooms in a budget hotel after conducting their crime operation.

    Perlis police chief, Datuk Ghazali Mohd Amin said initial investigation showed that the snatch thieves were from Sabah and all had family connections.

    He said the group came to Kangar with only one purpose and aim - to snatch valuable items from unsuspecting victims.

    The group's modus operandi starts with several members surrounding the victim and playing with him or her before snatching the jewellery.

    The suspects are currently being remanded for four days for further investigation under Section 379 of the Penal Code.

    On other developments, Musa said there would be a special prayer session in conjunction with the King's visit to Sabah at the State Mosque on June 4 while the following day, a tea reception at 2.30pm at the State Istana.

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  39. Anonymous on June 2 2010 8:27 AM - "Orang BN memang begitu sombong and egoist."

    penyokong BN akan mengatakan "penyokong PKR pun apa kurang buruknya." pandai2 nak mengatakan keburukan orang lain. sedangkan semua orang tau BN dan penyokongnya tidak dapat ditandingi keburukannya. bagi penyokong BN, semua manusia berhati busuk.

    bahkan orang yang beriman pun mereka katakan berhati busuk. it doesnt matter whether you,me or anyone else, BN supporters will accuse you as untrustworthy. yalah, bagus sangatlah BN tu agaknya. cuba buat 2 party system kalau BN berani.

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  40. WHO TO BLAME ? SABAHAN LAH !! U VOTE THEM IN AND WILLING TO ACCEPT ALL THE LITTLE GOODIES BEFORE THE ELECTRION IF WHAT RONNIE CLAIMED WERE TRUE.

    A RULING PARTY WITH NOT MUCH FUNDS WILL NOT DELIVER BE IT BN OR OPPOSITON,SOMETHING TO PONDER ??!!

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  41. who to blame?...I blame the early frog!!!! and I blame those people who shouting and scream in the internet only but outside no voice. Do you think the voters at kampung can read this message ka?

    Keluar la...berkempen la dari sekarang. masuk kampung2....sini siapa saja yang baca?

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  42. Anonymous June 3 9.40pm, I think you are still living inside the coconut shell or "Katak masih tinggal dalam tempurung kelapa".

    Its a fact that we are in living in the internet world or "www". Voters from Kampung kah or voters from Bandar kah everybody can access internet especially the "baby boomers" and "generation x" generations.

    These are the people who can make a change for the future. Political informations via internet are the most efficient and effective form of communication to check who's telling the truth, who is the great liar and so on.

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  43. May 24, 2010 8:42 PM
    Anonymous said...

    I HAVE SEEN ENOUGH OF SABAHANS' PATHETIC ATTITUDE. THEY ARE THE DOERS OF THEIR OWN MISERIES.

    Sebenarnya saya agak setuju dgn komen di atas tu. Apa yang berlaku di Sabah sekarang adalah hasil pilihan org Sabah sendiri.
    Kdg2 kita sbg org biasa tidak sedar bahawa pilihan undi yang nampak ringkas itu sebenarnya sangat2 hebat. Boleh menjadikan org biasa menjadi orang berkuasa...
    Kenapa masih memberi pelbagai sanjungan dan gelaran kepada pemimpin2 politik yang selama ini hanya merampas hasilbumi dan terus membinasakan negeri Sabah...
    Jangan merasa terguris dan terus melenting apabila membaca komen2 yang pedas... tolong fahami apa maksud dan teruslah kita bersatu utk berubah...

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  44. Rakan2 tukang bagi komen.

    Korang cuma cakap sini sja tapi diluar tak bersuara buat apa? Kalo berani suda mo cakap itu ini, salahkan semua orang, kenapa nda berkempen dikampung2 yang teda elektrik, yang teda Astro dan TV sma teda internet. Apa, ko pikir ada setengah orang kampung celik IT meh? Cakap di sini saja tidak gunalah brother. Kalo mo berani, kempen bah dikampung2..Setakat bising di sini, teda kaki lah..

    Who is to blame? Those yang pandai2 bising2 tapi cakap tidak serupa bikin. Before GE13, cakap gitu gini. Bila suda GE13, tau2 menyimpang vote BN juga. Same goes to those frogs and toads kind of a leader. Fickle-minded.

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  45. All talk BS..Dare to complain much in here but never dare to voice out outside of the internet world. Pathetic.

    Commentors who is screaming and screaming in here(hence the capital alphabets)are really butthurt.

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  46. I think i heard enough of BS and empty promises. Can't wait for the next 13 General Election.

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  47. Jangan percaya dengan semua yang anda dengar.

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