Thursday, November 24, 2011

Join "Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM) group" in Facebook.

As a Sabahan and Sarawakian... You need a place to get yourself well protected. Protected in term of your life and future... If someone come to your house and become the owner in your own house, how would you feel about it? You need to ask permission when you want to do anything from them... Even your income, you have to give them first and then they will return it to you only when you ask... But you don't get back your money fully... You give RM100, in return, you only get back RM5. You give RM1000, you get back RM50 and so on.... 

Will you let this thing to happen continuously??? NO! Then, join this group to get yourself well protected because only through this group you will understand how to voice out your right and get all the knowledge, information regarding to our current condition in Sabah and Sarawak. This is not an ordinary group in Facebook. They really making progress. Their voice already been heard in London. Now, waiting to voice out in United Nation (UN). Please... If you concern the future of Sabah and Sarawak, as a Sabahan and Sarawakian, you must support this group. You know and really see the injustice happening in our beloved country of Sabah and Sarawak... The current ruling government hide the fact... Keep us ignorant about our right and position for so long... for 48 years... Now, it's out time to stand up... Stand up as a legion... As a one big family of Sabah and Sarawak... Join this group.... That's all you need to do... The rest, you will know soon what to do next...

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Jeffrey's experience of the ISA

WHEN former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad applauded Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's proposal to abolish the ISA, he described the ISA as "not too cruel".
But Jeffrey Kitingan recalls a very different scenario in Mahathir's office in January 1994 upon his release from ISA detention.
Mahathir apparently said then, "I am sorry about the detention, Jeffrey, I know it is cruel." "The cruelty of ISA is immeasurable," Jeffrey says.

Thursday, September 22, 2011


Thursday, 22 September 2011 00:31


PERJANJIAN Malaysia adalah satu perjanjian yang terikat yang telah ditnadatangani oleh beberapa perwakilan daripada lima pihak iaitu United kingdom of Great Britain, dan Ireland Utara, Persekutuan Malaya, Borneo Utara (Sabah), Sarawak dan Singapura.

Objektif utama perjanjian tersebut adalah berhubung dengan pembentukan Persekutuan Malaysia di antara Malaya, Borneo Utara (Sabah), Sarawak dan Singapura sebagai rakan kongsi yang sama.

PANAS!! TV Indonesia sahkan Rakyatnya diberikan MyKad oleh UMNO

WikiLeaks telah mendedahkan satu kabel diplomatik Amerika Syarikat mengatakan bekas pengerusi Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman mengakui beliau pernah mengeluarkan lebih daripada 60,000 kad pengenalan palsu kepada pekerja-pekerja asing di Sabah pada sekitar tahun 1990-an - atas arahan Umno.

Dalam kabel yang ditandakan sulit itu,pegawai Kedutaan Amerika Syarikat di Kuala Lumpur telah diberitahu bahawa Rashid mengesahkan Umno melancarkan kempen 'kotor' sekitar 90-an untuk merampas Sabah - yang dikuasai PBS, ketika itu pembangkang, pada 1994.

Bila didesak oleh AMK untuk memberikan jawapan tentang pendedahan ini.. bekas pengerusi Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman menegaskan beliau tidak pernah mengatakan lebih 60,000 rakyat asing di Sabah telah diberikan kad pengenalan palsu dan diterima sebagai pengundi bagi membolehkan Umno-BN menguasai negeri itu.

Bak kata pepatah.. Bangkai gajah masakan boleh ditutup dengan nyiru.. bukan kata bangkai gajah.. Bangkai biawakpun tak boleh ditutup dengan nyiru..

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Made by Malaysia

It's indeed a good short video... Nothing is wrong with the Malaysian people, peninsular people... But the only problem here is the Federal government frequently manipulate the racist and religion issues... Those who lived in Peninsular will see it and feel it... This is a fact about Malaysia.

Kisah Kelahiran Negara Malaysia

"Saya melihat perkara yang penting mengenai dengan Malaysia sebenarnya, adalah untuk membolehkan wilayah Borneo memerintah sendiri sekaligus merdeka dalam Malaysia. Hari Penjajahan sudah berakhir dan bukan hasrat Malaya untuk meneruskan penjajahan, apabila wilayah Borneo menjadi sebahagian Malaysia. Ia bukan dijajah lagi tetapi menjadi rakan kongsi yang sama taraf tidak lebih dan tidak kurang dengan negeri lain. Negeri lain yang dimaksudkan iaitu Sarawak, Singapore dan Malaya"

Petikan ucapan Tuanku Abdul Rahman Al-Haj, Perdana Menteri Malaya.
Sumber: Strait Times, October 2, 1962

The Original Promise

Part 1

Part 2

Thanks for making such a video...

It's indeed a nice video. However, as we all know... Malaya NEVER been colonized by British. This mean, There is no "Merdeka" for Malaya... And this conclude that The Constitution is "INVALID"!.  We would like the person who create this video to make a new one with an accurate fact about the history of Malaysia's Formation.

The Disenfranchisement of Bona Fide Sabahans (Stories from the East)

This paper by the Common Interest Group Malaysia (CigMa) highlights the plight of the 19 million people of Borneo, in particular Sabahans under the Federation of Malaysia. It details the policies and actions of the Government at both Federal and State levels that have led to the marginalisation and disenfranchisement of the natives of Borneo. It has been presented in the Parliaments of Belgium and Holland on April 18 and 19, 2011, respectively and also at the United Nations, Geneva on April 25, 2011.
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SABAH’S PARTICIPATION IN THE FEDERATION OF MALAYSIA has been a process in which it had lost substantially in terms of its identity, partnership status, economy, and security, largely due to machinations in various forms by the Federal Government during the last 47 years.

The Root Causes of Poverty in Sabah & Sarawak, Exposed (Stories from the East)

The United Borneo Front recently organised an Inter-Party Dialogue & Leadership Seminar in Kota Kinabalu on 5 March 2011. Below is the text of the speech delivered by Daniel John Jambun on behalf of the Common Interest Group Malaysia (CigMa), one of many organisations that attended in support of the Borneo Agenda.
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The promise of the Federation | Source:
Without much further ado, I will delve immediately into the subject proper of my talk today. Please bear with me. I will keep my address as brief as possible so that we may all ponder on the essential points that I am trying to make.
I have 11 major aspects to put before you today as Food for Thought and you may want to deliberate on them later among yourselves or ask me some questions at the end of my address.
As you all know, the World Bank confirmed late last year that Sabah and Sarawak had achieved the dubious distinction of being the poorest and second poorest states in Malaysia. This is a figure derived at using the figures of the Economic Planning Units of the Sabah and Sarawak Governments and the Economic Planning Unit in Putrajaya.
Forty per cent of Malaysia’s poor, according to the World Bank, are in Sabah. This means that almost half of the poor people in Malaysia are in Sabah.
The poverty figures should come as no surprise since both Sabah and Sarawak are actually colonies of Peninsular Malaysia. More on that shortly.

Friday, September 16, 2011

If You Are A Malaysian, PLEASE Watch This Video

Messing up with Merdeka date

Jeswan Kaur | September 16, 2011

Is Aug 31 the independence day of Malaysia or Malaya? Referring to the former, which is what we have for so long been doing, has caused a lot of unhappiness among the people of East Malaysia, that is, Sabah and Sarawak.
As of 2010, the population of the two states stood at six million (3.5 million in Sabah and 2.5 million in Sarawak), representing roughly 20% of the population of Malaysia.
Historically, the term “Malaysia” came into being on Sept 16, 1963. Prior to that, this country was called “Malaya” which in the Philippine national language of Tagalog also means “free” or “freedom”.
This being so, the people of Sabah and Sarawak want Aug 31 to be addressed as the independence day of Malaya, not Malaysia.
The first prime minister of independent Malaya, Tunku Abdul Rahman, in 1961 mooted the idea of forming “Malaysia” which would comprise Brunei, Malaya, Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore, all of which had been British colonies.
Tunku’s reasoning was that this would allow the central government to combat and control communist activities, especially in Singapore.

Sept 16 is a black day for Sabah

By Jeffrey Kitingan
Celebrating Malaysia Day on Sept 16 would be meaningless, hollow and empty unless the special rights and autonomy of Sabah and Sarawak as agreed, promised and assured by the Founding Fathers of Malaysia are fulfilled.
The Founding Fathers of Malaysia from the Borneo states took great risks to agree and to be pushed and rushed into the merger with Malaya and Singapore to the extent of denying themselves (the Borneo States) the opportunity to attain political maturity first and to enjoy the freedom and practice of self-rule as what is now enjoyed by Brunei.