Saturday, June 21, 2008

Fear Tactics to deter others from supporting

Yong criticised the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) for re-opening an old investigation related to allegations of corrupt practices when he was Sabah chief minister from 1996 to 1998.

"The action by the ACA on me is to deter others from taking the same stand as us. ACA is creating a situation of fear," he said. "Why investigate now when SAPP is moving a no-confidence motion."

78 comments:

  1. KOTA KINABALU, Malaysia (AFP)

    Yong said the motive for his action was not greed as alleged but the failure of the federal government to ensure economic prosperity and security of his state on Borneo island.

    The was an urgent need to resolve the growing problem of illegal migrants from the southern Philippines, he said.

    Yong added that Sabah was entitled to 20 percent of oil royalties to bolster prosperity, instead of the five percent it currently receives.

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  2. See source at:
    http://www.malaysia-today.net/2008/content/view/8997/84/

    Oil and gas is a state resource. Under the terms of the Federation Agreement, oil and gas, which is a state resource, belongs to the states, 100% (just like water, timber, tin, iron, gold, coal, etc.). However, in 1974, the federal government nationalised oil and gas and then forced all the 13 states to sign an agreement with Petronas -- whereby the newly created national oil company will become the owner of all the oil in gas and the states would just enjoy a 5% ‘commission’. Later, the states were forced to sign a supplementary agreement stating that the 5% ‘commission’ would be officially and legally called ‘royalty’.

    The states really had no choice in the matter. This was not mutually agreed. What the federal government did was to pass a law in Parliament called the Petroleum Development Act 1974. By law, the states had to relinquish all rights over oil and gas and the federal government, through Petronas, took what belonged to the states ‘by force’. That not being enough, the federal government even violated the Petroleum Development Act plus also the agreement that the states were forced to sign with Petronas. In 2000, the federal government cancelled the 5% royalty due to Terengganu and handed it over to Umno to manage. And they also changed the name ‘royalty’ to ‘goodwill money’ -- which does not appear anywhere in the Petroleum Development Act or the agreement the states were forced to sign with Petronas.

    Yes, the federal government has, time and time again, violated the terms of the Federation Agreement. And they violated it again in 1974 by nationalising a state resource -- oil and gas. And they violated it yet again in 2000 by cancelling the 5% royalty in spite of the 5% being morally wrong in the first place (but made legally right through an Act of Parliament). And now, after the 8 March 2008 general election, the federal government is up to its tricks again by denying the opposition-led states the funds it is legally obligated to give the states.

    Under the 20-point Agreement, Sabah is not one of the states of Malaysia equivalent to Kedah, Kelantan, Penang, Perak or Selangor. Sabah is equivalent to Malaya.

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  3. Dignity has its price and looking for dignity starts from somewhere, from someone, therefore you shouldn't be cowed neither should you submit. I can assure you in Peninsular Malaysia which outrightly rejected Barang Naik (BN), there is a lot of respect and solidarity for you and with you. Anyone SAPP member who betrays SAPP and its decision must understand that he/she no future and in the Peninsular, we will make sure that person bever leaves his village and comes to be part of the federal govt.


    Dear Yong, people have had enough. Even the King got angry and refused to cooperate with BN unless BN accepted his conditions. They sacked the King's choice from UMNO but the King didn't give shit and insisted on his stand to refuse to cooperate with BN unless BN yields. He didn't respect them bcoz respect is a two way traffic. In the end, BN yielded and accepted his conditions. Already, the royalty is being returned to them and they are also demanding the 8 billion stolen by UMNO cronies in the process. No let up. If you don't speak, no one will speak for Sabah. If no one leads the way, no one will stepp out, but your people will lose their future and history will judge you harshly. A decision like the one you made needs tenacity and patience and there should no be retreat because Sabah's supreme interest is at stake. They want to bribe your deputy and let him insult you and the rest of SAPP leades, they should know that by sacrificing their people, they wouldn't get any respect and soon they be discarded like trash.


    The ACA's action is whichhunt, criminal and a clear blackmail. Malaysia knows that and will support you. Stand firm and don't waver, falter or fail.

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  4. Dear Datuk Yong,
    Dont fear the ACA, that is the weapon of BN use to againts us who are speaking out the truth, speaking out for the people right! DAM it! PM!!
    ACA totally are political!!! which is control by BN! FCUK IT !!
    We talk we go ISA, we talk we get from ACA!! Wat the hell of our human right!!
    Sorry sia punya english broken.. ;-p
    aramaiti.... Oi PBS, UPKO apa ko tunggu lagi.......

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  5. Sabah for SabahanJune 21, 2008 at 2:34 PM

    Hey orang Dusun, Kadazan, Bajau, dan lain lain. Kamu berasal dari mana? Sabah atau semenanjung Malaysia? Kamu patut beri sokongan kepada SAPP, perjuangan mereka adalah demi masa hadapan rakyat Sabah. Kamu ada mata tenggok semua ahli perkerja yang bekerja di jabatan kerajaan seperti JPJ, Polis, Kustom dan lain lain hampir semua berasal dari semenanjung Malaysia. Apa orang Sabah dapat? mahu cari kerja pun susah dan terpaksa pergi ke Singapura atau kilang di semenanjung supaya dapat gaji tinggi sikit.

    Pendatang Haram lagi teruk punya kes, jika tidak percaya pergi ke Inanam dekat pasar tamu. Saya jamin kamu boleh nampak budak filipino jual rokok haram di merata rata tempat. Ini bukan perkara baru lagi, kita sudah tunggu 20 tahun untuk menyelesai perkara yang dihadapi di Sabah. Mahu tunggu lama lagi kah? 20 tahun lagi? masa itu aku jamin budak filipino itu jadi kamu punya YB.
    Dunia sekarang sudah berubah, kita bukan boleh hidup sendiri lagi, kita mesti bekerjasama dengan kaum lain supaya kita punya cucu cicit menpunyai masa hadapan yang cerah.

    Taraf kemiskinan di Sabah amat teruk, aku percaya jika kamu pergi ke kampung seperti linkabau, sungai, atau di ulu ulu. Kamu boleh nampak kebanyakan mereka baju pun tiada dan beras pun susah dibeli kerana tiada duit. Aku rasa kesihan betul kepada budak mereka berbanding dengan budak di bandar.

    Sampai sekarang, aku rasa hairan kenapa YB YB di Sabah tidak rasa kesihan kepada bangsa mereka sendiri. Ini amat melukai hati saya sebagai rakyat Sabah.

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  6. Reading the newspaper this morning I found the word "unethical" and was surprised!

    It is unethical to bring a motion of non convidence to the parlament. OK!

    But tell me, what is ethical on sucking Sabah and other states high and dry, take everything away from the ppl, need passport to fly to mainland Malaysia, need workpermit to work there or a mainland Malaysian to work in Sabah, need passport to go to Labuan. I thought, Sabah and Sarawak and Labuan are part of Malaysia......was I wrong? Are this states are only part of Malaysia in Oil, Gas, and so on?

    Support SAPP for a better future for you and you kids!

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  7. "Why did we fight for Merdeka? So that the different races can be divided? That can't be the way, right? That can't be why all these great Malay and Umno leaders fought for this ... Something is wrong...

    I hope the new discussions will start. Why are we building Malaysia? What Malaysia are we building? What kind of symbol is Malaysia supposed to be?" Tun Ismail Abdul Rahman

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  8. Malaysia is a relatively free country.. everyone will success if they try... most dimwit just don't want to try... alway happy with the rm2k or rm3k pay check. If u say only a small minority well connected person only benefit from the government... u are pretty stupid and ignorant... because u are so hellbend to blame the government u forget the fundamental of freedom u are currently enjoy. If u notice, in singapore u don't get to critic the government like this, u get sued and jail (LEE KUAN YEW SUED THE ASS OFF THIS DUDE FROM THE OPPOSITION PARTY IN SINGAPORE FOR CRITIZE HIM)... SO ARE U HAPPY WITH MALAYSIA GOVERNMENT FOR GIVING THE FREEDOM OF SPEECH?. By having a stable government, u get foreign direct investment aka more job. More job mean better quality of life. Why are foreigner avoid investing in Thailand or Indonesia? but invest in Malaysia.. because the government policy is stable and encourage growth. If Malaysia government do so bad then u and i will HAVE NO JOB? SO DO YOU HAVE A JOB? YES RIGHT?. ARE YOU ABLE TO GO OUT AT NIGHT AND NOT BEEN ATTACK BY SOME RACIST BASTAst LIKE IN INDONESIA? YES RIGHT?. Maybe u should go and stay in papua new guinea or some poor third countries then only you can appreciate what u enjoying now..

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  9. Salam semua untuk rakyat sabah & Malaysia amnya, disini saya rasa seeloknya parti yg wakili rakyat sabah patut bersatu hati,keluar beramai ramai dari kerajaan bn, apa yg kerajaan bn bagi pada pendudk sabah & sarawak, saya rasa kesian apabila saya pergi kepedalaman sabah atau sarawak seperti saya berada tahun 70an, amat sedih sekali keadaan malaysia yg tidak adil dibawah kerajaan bn

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  10. Itu la PM malaysia yang ada separuh gila,dan tamak,tak layak memimpin kerajaan malaysia,dgn ugutan dari BPR terhadap Yong Tek Lee ,untuk berkuasa dibumiini

    Kepada kompenen BEE END yang lain kalau tak lompat bermakna anda adalah Kompenen yang pengecut di bumi ini, cakap anda berkobar kobar,
    kami sebagai rakyat hendak keuntungan negara diagih sama rata, bukan di rembat oleh puak B End yang sangat durjana, sepatutnya mereka ini dicampak ke NERAKA ?

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  11. Ytl,

    never supported you since PS era. This time you get my support, kick BN out of sabah and Malaysia.let them feel how they treat others.,
    We are partners for MAlaysia not kuncu kuncu Umno.Orang sabah , should determine orang sabah, not orang malaya or filipino malaysian.

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  12. hardworking Malaysian wrote:

    If u say only a small minority well connected person only benefit from the government... u are pretty stupid and ignorant... because u are so hellbend to blame the government u forget the fundamental of freedom u are currently enjoy. If u notice, in singapore u don't get to critic the government like this, u get sued and jail (LEE KUAN YEW SUED THE ASS OFF THIS DUDE FROM THE OPPOSITION PARTY IN SINGAPORE FOR CRITIZE HIM)... SO ARE U HAPPY WITH MALAYSIA GOVERNMENT FOR GIVING THE FREEDOM OF SPEECH?.
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    The only freedom that a non-Malay and non-bumi has is to migrate out of Malaysia. But in terms of freedom to get business licenses or getting college education, no Chinese or Indian can have any kind of freedom. And now that YTL has criticized UMNO, he is being investigated by the ACA in a blatant attempt at intimidation. Anyone who think there is freedom in Malaysia is either braindead or a UMNO saboteur. But go ahead and intimidate Mr. Yong. The more you intimidate him the more the Sabahan will stand by him and support him. In the end, you will only give him the most precious currency a politician can have which is credibility. And even if you arrest him, he will get out of jail and have all Sabah rally behind him like the people in Malaya rallied behind Anwar.

    As to this talk about LKY sueing anybody, you have to provide more data and not just make up slanders. Many defamation had been put in various papers and magazines. LKY sued them and won - rightfully for clear cause.

    Furthermore, what is there to criticize in Singapore? All Singaporean policies are supported by the vast majority of the Singaporean people. One thing Malaysians have to know is that all eligible Singaporeans are automatically registered to vote by the government unlike Malaysian government which do its damnedest to prevent the non-Malays from voting. Furthermore, all Singaporeans are required by law to vote. Therefore, since PAP is supported by the vast majority of the Singaporeans in clean elections, it is obvious that it is the choice of the Singaporean people. Therefore, there is little to criticize in Singapore. In Singapore the economy is robust with the Singaporean per capita GDP at some $40,000 and some 6 times greater than that of Malaysia. The streets of Singapore are clean and safe. The educational system is one of the very best in the world. There is no discrimination based on race with everything based on merits. It welcomes people of all races to migrate to Singapore based on their ability and not on their race or religion. Therefore, what is there for Malaysians to demonize Singapore about?

    Furthermore, there are special seats in the Singaporean government reserved for the opposition so that the voice of the opposition can be heard in the parliament.

    From all this, it is obvious that Singapore has little to be criticized. And legitimate constructive criticisms are not only possible but welcomed. And least of all, Malays who keep threatening the Chinese and Indians with ACA and ISA and racist Malays who keep waving their krises have the least right to criticize Singapore and Mr. Lee who is a saint next to all the corrupt Malay political hacks that is ruining the lives of everyone in Malaysia while enriching a few UMNOputras.

    In the end, the UMNO dominated Malaysian government has much to be criticized while Singaporean government and Mr. Lee have done a miraculous job to make Singapore the richest, safest, and cleanest place to live and work in the entire SE Asia. Next to Malaysia, Singapore is a heaven compared to the Malaysian hell. And even Malaysian Malays would rather go and live and work in Singapore than stay in Malaysia. And it is laughable for a little Malaysian demon squatting in his little acre of hell to jibe at the heavenly Singapore.

    Liang1a

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  13. They accuse you of corruption. Obviously after you refused to play ball and acted according to the Higher Call and listened to the cries of Sabah and it is hapless people who live in utter despair and wallowing in abject poverty. Be End (BN) is a corruption entity. Curse be upon them.

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  14. hardworking malaysian wrote:

    If Malaysia government do so bad then u and i will HAVE NO JOB? SO DO YOU HAVE A JOB? YES RIGHT?. ARE YOU ABLE TO GO OUT AT NIGHT AND NOT BEEN ATTACK BY SOME RACIST BASTAst LIKE IN INDONESIA? YES RIGHT?. Maybe u should go and stay in papua new guinea or some poor third countries then only you can appreciate what u enjoying now..
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    How many Chinese do you see in the government? In the police? In the military? In the Malay controlled banks? In Petronas? During the British colonial era, the Chinese are everywhere and were allowed to do anything. Now they cannot even own banks but must sell them to the Malays.

    And anybody who think a well educated Chinese prefers to work in Malaysia for low pay and no promotion and be discriminated and treated with contempt by the arrogant Malays, then he is a fool. Well qualified Chinese all go overseas to earn much higher pays and receive more respects from civilized white peoples who can appreciate their hard work and respect their human rights and dignity. Even qualified Malays also go overseas to work to make higher pays. Only those who have no qualifications stay in Malaysia and sponge on the Chinese or the government.

    And with the oil running out in 20 years or less and the Chinese continuing to leave, it is certain that in another 20 years or less Malaysia will sink down to the level of Indonesia or Papua New Guinea. Who in Malaysia can do anything but the Chinese and other non-Malays? Certainly not the Malays who have been getting free jobs at Chinese shops by virtue of NEP racist laws. And when the oil money ran out, the Malaysian government won't be able to pay for the hordes of government employees who just sit around and collect pays.

    The stupid tirades of of this racist idiot reflects the real sentiment of the racist Malays. It is the reason why there is no hope for Sabah within the Malaysian federation. The Malays will only take whatever they can from Sabah and give nothing back because they are simply not smart enough to create a dynamic economy and they are too greedy to share anything with non-Malays. If the Sabahans still cannot understand this after 50 years of lies and deceit, then there is no hope for them. It is their own fault for not defending their own rights. But if they have the courage, then they can restore all their own wealth to themselves and assure themselves and their children a bright future.

    Liang1a

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  15. DATUK SERI PANGLIMA LAKSAMANA WIRA
    YONG TECK LEE SAPP IS EQUIVALENT
    TO A CILI PADI.

    TO THE ACA (BPR) WAIT UNTIL PR
    FORM THE NEXT GOVERNMENT
    THEN WE WILL SEE HOW MANY OF ITS
    TOP EMPLOYEE WILL BE CHARGED IN
    THE COURT OF LAW FOR CORRUPTION
    AND ABUSE OF POWER.

    SAPP , WEST MALAYSIAN
    ARE ALL BEHIND YOU IN FIGHTING
    AGAINST INJUSTICES WHICH ARE
    PUSHING THE COUNTRY INTO
    BANKCRUPTCY.

    TO RAYMOND TAN,
    YOU CAN CARRY ON BECOMING
    THE DEPUTY CM OF SABAH IF YOU
    THINK YOUR PRESIDENT IS A COWARD.

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  16. Siapa suruh kamurang undi BARISAN NASIONAL (BARANG NAIK).. SEKARANG APA MAU BISING-BISING.. PADAN MUKA KAMURANG!

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  17. I'd agree with decision make by SAPP. Sabah as well Sarawak already bully by federal such a long time.
    1. This two states have a lot of resources, but still left behind other states. Increase 20% of royalties? I think should be more.
    2. Labuan should be belong to Sabah.
    3. Recently, federal gave RM1billion to Sabah and Sarawak. Pak Lah think that just ave RM1billion, he can fool people in Sabah and Sarawak. He just about his politic survival.
    4. Before election, BN promise not to increase the price of petrol, then after August. Suddently in June. Who is the person cannot be trusted. Pak Lah!

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  18. expell SAPP = EXPELL SABAH
    THEN SABAH CAN JOIN SINGAPORE.
    WOULDNT THAT BE BETTER
    FOR SABAH ?

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  19. Rakyat Sabah adalah bodoh. Apa mau sokong parti luar. UMNO itu parti Semenanjung. Apa parti luar boleh jaga Sabah kah? Palui.. palui..

    Go Yong Teck Lee.. Rakyat Sabah mahu pemimpin seperti kamu yang memperjuangkan nasib orang Sabah. Sekarang ini, parti yang ada di Sabah, pemimpinnya hanya jilat dan cium pantat parti luar dan pemimpin luar asal keturunan mereka 7 keturunan kaya raya.

    Lihat setelah 51 tahun Sabah Merdeka dalam Malaysia apa ada? Rakyat makin miskin, tanah kena rompak, ladang kelapa sawit semua milik orang Semenanjung, hasil minyak kena rompak, rakyat Sabah menganggur jadi pelacur kena tipu kerja luar negeri, kerja kosong kerajaan semua dikuasai oleh orang Semenanjung, kuota UMS pun dipenuhi oleh orang Semenanjung, guru-guru pun asyik masuk muka orang semenanjung.

    Apa orang Sabah ini bodoh2 kah? Tiada kelulusan? Palui.. memang palui ini Rakyat Sabah.. Inilah namanya menang sorak tapi kampung tergadai.. padahal pakaian sendiri koyak rabak, telanjang bogel.. palui.. palui.. memang palui.. ini Rakyat Sabah!

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  20. I am not from Sabah but I feel pity for Datuk Yong. Because the wicked one is using dirty tactic to threaten him. I praise him for his braveness to speak. As an ordinary citizen and from my eye of view he is a person who will really take good care of the Sabahan. Therefore I pray for God blessing upon him.

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  21. DO YOU BELIEVE THAT? ACA
    Said also said he was not pressured or receive instruction from anyone to open the investigation papers, instead "it was I who instructed my officers to open the investigation papers".

    He said the investigation papers were opened not just on Yong but also eight other people named as recipients of the RM5 million and Briskmark Enterprise Sdn Bhd former director Datuk Wasli Mohd Said who gave evidence in court regarding the matter.

    He explained: "The offence of corruption does not have expiry period".

    Simple reply...ACA's boss is the PM!

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  22. hardworking malaysian wrote:

    "If Malaysia government do so bad then u and i will HAVE NO JOB? SO DO YOU HAVE A JOB? YES RIGHT?."
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    The reason why the Chinese and Indians have any job at all is because they can do things that the Malays cannot do. As soon as a Malay can do a job, they kick out the Chinese and the Indians and hog it for themselves. This is why the government is filled with Malays and no Chinese nor Indians. Therefore, the reason the Chinese and the Indians have any kind of job at all in Malayis is because of their own high qualifications and in spite of the marginalization. It is certainly not because of the "efficient and dynamic" and "caring" government of the UMNO racist whose slogan is ketuanan Melayu. Frankly, if the UMNO could deny jobs to all Chinese and Indians and othe non-Malays, then they'd be the happiest.

    And the reason why the Malays have jobs is because the UMNO government force the Chinese to give them jobs by racist laws. Every Chinese shop must hire at least 30% Malays. It reminds me of the Old Man of the Sea in the story about Sinbad's voyages. The Old Man of the Sea tricked Sinbad to carry him across a river on his shoulder and then refused to get off. Every time Sinbad tried to throw him off, he'd choke him until Sinbad fainted. Finally, Sinbad had to trick him into getting drunk and then threw him off and crush his head with a rock. I think there is a lesson here for the Sabahans.

    If you tried to reason with the Malays, then you'd only get double talk and threats and jail. Only action will free the Sabahans.

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  23. SA said:
    3. Recently, federal gave RM1billion to Sabah and Sarawak. Pak Lah think that just ave RM1billion, he can fool people in Sabah and Sarawak. He just about his politic survival.
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    Petronas's revenue is around RM140 billion to RM150 billion. Before tax profit is some RM50 billion. What is RM 1 billion to share between Sabah and Sarawak? It is nothing more than rounding error.

    Why should Sabah and Sarawak give any oil money to the other states when Sabah and Sarawak are the poorest states in the federation? It is like a rich man robbing a poor man.

    Liang1a

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  24. tony said:
    expell SAPP = EXPELL SABAH
    THEN SABAH CAN JOIN SINGAPORE.
    WOULDNT THAT BE BETTER
    FOR SABAH ?
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    Let's all hope UMNO will expel Sabah like it did Singapore. Actually, this may be a possibility. If 30 mp's from Sabah and Sarawak join PR, then they would have 112 mp's and can take over the government. A possible response from the UMNO is to expel Sabah and Sarawak so that these mp's can be denied to PR thus allowing UMNO to remain in control of Malaya.

    That would be the best thing to happen to Sabah and Sarawak since 1963. It would be equal to the great emancipation of the slaves in America following the Civil War.

    Liang 1A

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  25. A prior poster wrote:

    "He explained: "The offence of corruption does not have expiry period"."
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    Yes, that's right. When PR take over the government with the help of the Sabah mp's, then there will be plenty of time to investigate all UMNO mp's and UMNO appointed government officials, including the current head of ACA. I'm sure there is clear evidence to prosecute all these corrupt officials till doomsday.

    These corrupt officials better start realizing that UMNO no longer has a lock on the government. The era has changed. The tide has turned. If these corrupt officials still tried to intimidate honest politicians, then they'd just put themselves into position to be arrested and prosecuted and jailed when the government changed. Unless they want to go down with the sinking UMNO ship, then they'd better watch what they do.

    Liang 1A

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  26. SAPP IS LUCKY TO HAVE A BRAVE LEADER LIKE DATUK SERI PANGLIMA
    UTAMA WIRA YONG TECK LEE
    WHO KNOWS WHEN TO SPEAK UP
    AND FIGHT FOR THE RIGHTS OF ALL
    SABAHAN EVEN IF IT MEANS BEING
    GETTING EXPELLED OR PROSECUTED.

    REMEMBER SINGAPORE IN THE EARLYS
    60S WITH THE THEN ENERGETIC
    AND NO NONSENSE LEE KUAN YEW
    STANDING UP TO UMNO.
    THANK GOD UMNO EXPELLED SINGAPORE.
    LOOK AT WHAT SINGAPORE IS TODAY.
    THEY ARE 30 YEARS AHEAD OF MALAYSIA
    IN ALMOST EVERY FIELD.

    RAYMOND TAN CAN NEVER BE A LEADER
    FOR SAPP OR FOR THAT MATTER ANY PARTY
    OR ORGANISATIONS OR EVEN A CLASS MONITOR.

    IF YOU ARE THAT STRONG MINDED LEAVE SAPP AND FORM YOUR OWN PARTY.
    DO NOT DENY SABAHANS THE RIGHT
    TO SPEAK UP JUST BECAUSE YOU HAVE
    BEEN APPOINTTED A DEPUTY CHIEF
    MINISTER ( A DECORATION POST )
    ( UNTUK HIASAN SAHAJA ).

    SAPP PRESIDENT AND SABAHANS DO NOT NEED PEOPLE LIKE YOU TO SPEAK OR PLEAD LENIENCY ON THEIR BEHALF.

    IN FACT (INSYAALLAH) THE SOONER YOU LEAVE SAPP THE BETTER.






    ON THEIR BEHALF

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  27. YB YONG, pls ask all your MP and ADUN to tell their immediate family to move to low cost flat when in actual fact the parents are doing fine.

    This is what "your" BN Gomen is talking about raising the fuel prices. Giant economy China only raise petrol by 16% and your BN raise it by 40%

    I fully support your wisdom. Opportunity never strike twice.

    I RESPECT YOU FOR YOUR GUT AND HOPE YOU WILL BE SUCCESSFUL IN BRINGING A MEANINGFUL TRANSFORMATION FOR OUR BELOVED COUNTRY, MALAYSIA.

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  28. Dear politicians in Sabah,

    Do something!
    We rakyat not only from Sabah but all over Malaysia are suffering!
    When the goverment is not capable, sack them off!

    We rakyat hunger for change, why not you! You have the key to change the worst situation into a better one, why not?!

    Gunung Kinabalu is called the "God Mountain", and Sabah is the "God state", now, we rakyat from Peninsular beg for politicians whom represent the "God state", help us! Do something! You are the GOD now! 神啊,请救救我们!神州的领袖们,请发挥你们神州的力量,救救我们吧!

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  29. ACa is very efficient.

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  30. Why not they investigate Musa, Najib, and others???? RM Billions even more!
    This is what we call selective persecution!

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  31. As Yong said:"Even if I was jailed other party leaders will continue to liberalise for Sabah people".
    That's the brave spiritual leader of SAPP with substance & abundant! What's point where only body left without soul and substance? Betulkah, Datuk Yong.
    "Gave whatever being asked & belong to Caesar but not more, if more just gave some fishes from market"
    All righteous will be with you.

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  32. Why Paklah use Aca tool now to silence Yong.
    Bodowi no different from Dr M who put Anwar in prison. sama jenis..these really dirty politicians!!

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  33. Datuk Yong,it is hopeful that Sabahans have awaken in view of the current political landscape taking place.While we applaud your stand and action,let us also be reminded that in addition to the proposed motion of no-confidence against the Prime Minister,a similar cause of action should also be mounted against the Chief Minister of Sabah.

    As a businessman,alongside with our business associates and voters in Luyang,our support were all for Pakatan Rakyat.The reasons being serenading the same old songs,election after elections has shown us that there were no justifiable reason to support let alone vote for BN.

    With this new vision of yours,hopefully going all the way and not meant as just cheap talk,you can be assured that Sabahans will wholeheartedly support this brave effort.The time has come that SAPP align yourselves with Pakatan Rakyat NOW.Your voting consensus in your SAPP blog justifies and confirm my advice.Kudos to you,and we shall be watching....Cheers.

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  34. This is just to remind our so-called Sabahan leaders.

    The 20-point Agreement was written for the main purpose of safeguarding the interests, rights, and the autonomy of the people of Sabah upon entering the Federation of Malaysia. It was originally envisaged that Sabah will be one of the four entities in the Federation, the others being Malaya, Singapore, and Sarawak. However, as times passed, Sabah and Sarawak ended up being merely one of the 13 states in the Federation.

    Many do not understand this very important fact. Sabah is not a state as such. Sabah is of the same status as Malaya. Sabah lawyers can freely practice in Kuala Lumpur but Kuala Lumpur lawyers need permission to practice in Sabah. Sabahans can freely travel to West Malaysia but West Malaysians can be denied entry into Sabah (once upon a time West Malaysians needed to show their international passport before they could enter Sabah).

    Is this unfair and smacks of double standards? This was what was agreed when Sabah teamed up with Malaya, Sarawak and Singapore to form Malaysia. Whether it is fair or not is not the issue. The issue is: this was what was agreed and if it is not fair then why agree to it? You can’t agree to something, fair or unfair, just to entice a state to join the Federation and then, after it has joined, you scream about the terms being unfair and unilaterally change the terms against the wishes of the other party.

    And this is what the federal government has been doing all this while. It unilaterally changes the terms of the agreement and forces the states to agree to these changes. If also forces the states to sign contracts that are one-sided and a breach of the Federation Agreement or the 20-point Agreement. But now the states are fighting back. Now the states will no longer take any shit. And this is what is happening in the Terengganu, Kedah and Sabah situations. The aggrieved parties are fighting back as they rightfully should. And Terengganu wants back its RM7 billion. Kedah is going to cut down all its trees. Sabah will go for a new government that can increase its 5% royalty to 20% (which should be 100% in the first place) plus a government that can honour the 20-point Agreement, which was the basis for it to team up with Malaya to form Malaysia.

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  35. Yes, Sabah should has its autonomy in choosing its own people to govern.
    Getting directions from Federal is just a laughing stock. This is a State issue and Federal should back off.
    That oil royalty issue should be open up for review. The States that have the resources should be entitled for more share, something like 20%...(not 5%). It does not need a rocket scientist to work out the fair entitlement.

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  36. KL can may apply "fear tactics upon would-be dissenting BN MPs"...but it must be remembered that it is the masses that put politicians into place.

    Sabahans can no longer withstand KL's subjugation anymore! Does KL realise that its style of classical post-colonial politics is brewing anti-federal sentiment not only psychologically...but phsically too? Its kind of "British masters" way of treating Sabah and her diversed peoples are breeding "revolutionary idealism" in the mind of the present Sabahans!

    Those who live by the sword will die by it! KL is breeding fearless Robin Hoods! Listen to the people KL...WE SABAHANS ARE MEN OF THE FOREST!

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  37. I am a Sabahab working in singapore now, i salute to Datuk Yong, what a brave action and the voice we were lacking in the past, it is absolutely true that we have the right to sound for the interest of all sabahan, not the individual, the problem we had been facing in the past many years, stand firm, i am certain most of the sabahan is behind you, i am asking what is wrong that sabah is asking for 20 % of the royalty in oil back to Sabah?? i am ashame to see exporting state of oil and gas in sabagh is the most poorest state in Malaysia, i think this is the only place exporting gas and oil still remain poor in the world, all exporting cities or country are enjoying the high "income" due to fetching a good premium price in oil, what happen to sabah now???? i appeal to all political leaders in Sabah, put the state and sabahan interest on top of every thing, not only now, even to the future. we, all sabahan, believe that our state leaders are doing on the interest of sabah, do you still want Sabah remain the most poverty states, ( from the richest state, of malaysia?? what are all of you waiting for now??, people of sabah are facing the high cost impact from the hike of petrol price,. Datuk Yong, we all support you, even those many sabahan now working or residing in Malaysia.

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  38. Yong wants Pak Lah removed as PM, is it a crime?
    Some UMNO members also want Pak Lah removed as PM, is it a crime?
    ACA should not be juristically under the PM; it should be under the parliament.

    ACA has been seen as not performing efficiently and impartially over the years, the government of the day must work very hard to ensure that ACA truly functions as it should for the benefits of the country.
    Is our ACA truly neutral?
    Maybe only god knows.

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  39. All Yong had down these few days will be gone for nothing if these other coward MPs dare not speak or support him.

    I will surely vote them out. I salute Yong Teck Lee and his 2 MPs, Melanie and other SAPP diehards.

    My word of encouragement "Those who are cowards will lose next round"

    To Wilfred Bumburing, if he can view this blog. You should be the one who leads Upko because you dare to listen to your conscience, as mentioned today by Yong at Gaya Street.

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  40. All Sabahans, rally behind Datuk Yong! Don't let these feds bully us!

    To those cowards and traitors of Sabah, we will vote you out next election!

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  41. zoro wrote:
    "ACA should not be juristically under the PM; it should be under the parliament."
    -------------------------

    The judiciary should be a separate branch of the government. The ACA should not be under either the PM or the parliament because it might have to investigate them. The ACA should be under the judiciary which as I said above should be an independent brach of the government with equal powers to investigate, arrest, try, and punish the PM and any MPs.

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  42. Malaysia produced in 2004 a total of 617.1million barrels of equivalent (of crude oil and natural gas), of which Petronas share was 71.7 % or 442.7 mm boe. From the 442.7 mm boe, Petronas received total revenue of RM 137 billion and a pre-tax profit of RM 58 billion from US$15.3 billion.

    In 2006, the production decreased to 588 mm boe. But revenue went up to RM 184 billion and net profit was RM 43 billion (probably after tax profit). The total production was 588.161 million barrels of equivalent (with 417 mm boe going to Petronas if 71% production sharing is maintained).

    For reference:

    http://www.gasandoil.com/goc/company/cns52914.htm

    http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2007/6/29/business/18166257&sec=business

    Liang 1A

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  43. The link in the prior post seem to have got truncated. I'm trying again. Hopefully, the full link will appear

    http://www.gasandoil.com/goc/company/cns52914.htm

    Liang 1A

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  44. Looks like the link got truncated again. Let me try again.

    http://www.gasandoil.com/goc/
    company/cns52914.htm

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  45. I can't seem to find the actual oil production figures of Sabah. If anyone can find official figures, I'd appreciate it if he could provide a link. However, I've got some incidental figures about Sabah's oil and gas production. It seems that Petronas is building a new facility called the Sabah Oil and Gas Terminal (SOGT). This facility wil be able to handle 300,000 barrels per day of oil and 1 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas. So it seems that Sabah's production of oil and gas is expected to be some 300,000 bbl/d of oil and 1Bcf/d of natural gas. If this is true, then Sabah could be producing 176 million barrels of oil equivalent when SOGT is put into service. (5487 cubic feet of gas is equivalent to 1 barrel of oil. 1 Bcf of natural gas is equivalent to 182,000 barrels of oil.)

    At US$100 per barrel, 176 million barrels is worth US$17.6 billion or RM 57 billion. Presuming 70% production sharing, Sabah will get RM 40 billion. After deducting expenses of 60%, it will leave some RM 16 billion. Dividing this by 2.5 million Sabahans. It will give each Sabahan RM 40,000 per year.

    But this is if Sabah is independent and can keep all its oil profits. If Sabah remained in Malaysia, then it will probably get less than RM 1 billion per year. Divide RM 1 billion by 2.5 million Sabahans, each will get RM 400. But no Sabahans will get even RM 400. All the money will probably just disappear into this project or that project and ended up who knows where.

    So do you want RM 40,000 per year or do you want RM 0 per year? Your choice.

    For figures I provided above, please go to the following link:

    http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/cabs/Malaysia/Oil.html

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  46. The link got truncated again. I'm trying again to give the whole link below:

    http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/
    cabs/Malaysia/Oil.html

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  47. Errata:

    "After deducting expenses of 60%, it will leave some RM 16 billion. Dividing this by 2.5 million Sabahans. It will give each Sabahan RM 40,000 per year."

    Dividing RM 16 billion by 2.5 milion Sabahans will actually give each Sabahan RM 6,400 only. Sorry about the error. But RM 6,400 is still 16 times more than RM 400 and infitely more than RM 0.

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  48. At RM 6,400 per person, a household of 5 will get RM 32,000. That's not bad at all.

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  49. Though not a Sabahan (my other half is), I fully support SAPP's action in the Parliament today. However, it remains to be seen whether the other monkey politicians from other BN component parties in Sabah and Sarawak have woken up to the fact that Sabahans and Sarawakians have been screwed by the BN's federal leadership.

    It pains me everytime I set foot in Sabah to see the suffering of my relatives and the people there and the choatic situations (traffic, PTI's, slow response of governmant depts, high cost of living, low standard of hygiene and medical care, etc....). Enough is enough!

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  50. We did it here on March 8th... and now it's all up to the Sabah rakyat.

    Once the first step is taken, there is no turning back. We at the peninsula symphatize with Sabahans' plight and will support Sabah all the way. But bear in mind that it is not Pak Lah we want down.. The whole BN must go.

    A new government, a new ruling system like what you have seen for the past 100 days with Selangor and Penang. It is for the people..

    you bet, it is a revolution.. a revolution for a new beginning.. Nothing can be worse than the rotten government we are having now..

    Dont be blind anymore.

    Push for change. Pass the message of truth.. educate them through pamplets.. exposed all their evil doings.. esp Corruption. Kunak land case would be one fine example.

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  51. Observing from KL, I say the Sabahans need to use this opportunity to stand up for their rights.It is now or never. Sabah is a partner is Msia not another state.and the Sabahans be it bumis or not are not 2nd class bumis more so when you are christians or 3 rd class citizens. Sabahans are more muhibah than the people from peninsula.

    So get back your rights. Get rid of racial politics aka peninsula style like UMNO, MCA etc more so when the people from Peninsula have rejected them in a majority vote. Without Sabah we would have a new govt that is more willing to listen to rakyat.

    Sabahans this is the time, make a difference. If BN can't deliver, switch to PR. Most malaysian will support you and you would have done everyone a great favour cos thei BN govt is running out of idea and their self interest is to enrich themselves and their cronies.

    ACA - those guys are jokes. They pick and chose which case to investigate.

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  52. JUST GO STRAIGHT ON DATUK YONG, DATUK ERIC, DATUK CHUA SOON, DATUK RAYMOND AND ALL THE BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN OF SAPP....FIGHT THEM UNTIL THE END, THE PEOPLE OF SABAH ARE WITH YOU...

    YOU ALL HAVE GIVEN US BACK OUR DIGNITY, SPIRIT, POWER......WE'VE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS FOR SO LONG..

    DON'T CARE ABOUT THE OTHER "KERBAU" FRIENDS OF YOURS IN THE BN(BARISAN NOSIAL)....

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  53. insyaallah undi tidak percaya
    terhadap
    PM akan membawa perubahan
    kepada
    kerajaan Persekutuan.

    hidup PR
    hidup PR
    hidup PR

    terima kasih kepada
    datuk seri wira panglima
    laksamana
    Yong Teck Lee.
    SAPP = Cili Padi

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  54. If those Be End Wankers dared arrest Datuk Yong, we should all go onto the street to protest. Fcuk the ISA and the stupid ACA, the time has come for us to say no, no, no to Under Malays No Objection rule. What did we get under BN? When we were opposition we were squeezed, and under BN we became poorer. Sabah MPs remain Menteri Palui if they don't jump!

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  55. Nobody can against BN.This is truth.Even after 10 years..100 years also same.Don't waste time to do that again...

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  56. I know many sabahans will feel angry but what to do?If we keep complaint and suggest this or that just make the Malaysia become more messy.
    Since many things can't changed why don't we just accept the facts?My grandfather complaints after that my father complaints and then i complaint and my son might complaints on future too. It just increase own anger without any benefit.So i decide to give up, i hope all Sabahans can learn to accept the BN.Don't give them trouble again.Thanks.

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  57. malaysian wrote:

    Nobody can against BN.This is truth.Even after 10 years..100 years also same.Don't waste time to do that again...
    ------------------------------

    Actually, this particular malaysian is wrong. Things have already changed and BN had been opposed or "againsted" successfully at the last election. The monster BN had been wounded if not slayed by the Malaysian people. Or he is too stupid to understand that PR has captured 5 states out of 11 in Malaya. And if you count KL FT as a state, then PR has captured 6 states out of 12 which means half of the political units in Malaya is already gone out of BN's control. And now BN is in total disarray as UMNO is falling apart and MCA and MIC is all but defunct. And SAPP is courageously condemning BN misrule and will probably leave BN. So anybody with a brain knows that BN has already lost.

    And it is only a slave who will say that it is no use to complain. Indeed just "complaining" will not accomplish anything. But if action is enacted up after complaining, then much can be accomplished and indeed had been accomplished and is continuing to be accomplished. The end of this is not over yet.

    I suggest this snake open his eyes and look at what has happened since the election. He is just a snake sent here by MCA or UMNO to trick the Sabahans into being like a dog and obey UMNO-BN forever. But I think the Sabahans are smarter than that. I think they can learn a lesson after 45 years of lies and deceit.

    If Sabahans now stop demanding their fair share of the oil money and other rights, then they would have lost their golden opportunity and "snatch defeat from the jaws of victory." If the Sabahans stand up like a man and demand what is rightfully theirs, then the BN will collapse and disappear. BN has already been mortally wounded by PR. Sabah must administer the coup de grace and be rid of this monster once and for all.

    Liang 1A

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  58. A prior poster wrote:
    If those Be End Wankers dared arrest Datuk Yong, we should all go onto the street to protest. Fcuk the ISA and the stupid ACA, the time has come for us to say no, no, no to Under Malays No Objection rule. What did we get under BN? When we were opposition we were squeezed, and under BN we became poorer. Sabah MPs remain Menteri Palui if they don't jump!
    ==========================

    In fact, I would suggest that SAPP and other parties organize protest marches immediately to support Sabahans' demand for greater share of oil money and other rights which have been abused and robbed by the UMNO-BN. Would you march if by marching you can get tens of thousands of rinnits per year for 20 years or more? I think smart people would.

    As Shakespeare wrote:

    " There is a tide in the affairs of men. Which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; Omitted, all the voyage of their life Is bound in shallows and in miseries "

    Democracy allows the people to be the master. Now is the time for the Sabahans to become the master of Sabah and Sabahan resources. If they are not courageous enough to demand what is rightfully theirs, then they cannot blame BN for robbing them.

    Liang 1A

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  59. "FEAR TACTICS TO DETER OTHERS FROM SUPPORTING".Datuk Yong,an explanation is required of you on the authenticity of an article appearing in the Malaysia-Today,no show by SAPP's MP's in Parliament.

    In my earlier comment,I congratulated you for the stand of SAPP,and had hope that this was not some cheap talk or publicity stunt.Credibility is vital when the usage of the peoples name is used to fight for a divine cause.

    I urge to continue the agenda of the motion,but the reasons of the non-presence of your MP's in Parliament needs to be explain....Cheers.

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  60. Both SAPP MPs not in Dewan Rakyat today
    Posted by St Low
    Monday, 23 June 2008
    The members of Parliament from the Sabah Progressive Party members of Parliament are not in the Dewan Rakyat today.

    The party's Sepanggar member Datuk Eric Enchin Majimbun, when contacted at 11.35am today, said he would not going to the Dewan Rakyat.

    "I have a meeting with Datuk Yong and after that I have to attend a relative's funeral. I will not be coming today," he said when contacted by phone.

    Eric said he did not know if Datuk Chua Soon Bui (Tawau) would attend the meeting later in the afternoon. Chua could not be reached by phone.

    Both MPs’ presence in the House was highly anticipated as they were expected to vote against the government today.

    SAPP leader Datuk Yong Teck Lee had vowed to move a motion of no confidence against the government last Wednesday and the party's supreme Council had endorsed it.

    However, talk in parliament this morning centred around both when Chua and Eric were not spotted in the Dewan Rakyat.

    During the 90-minute question time, their absence was felt as their seats remained vacant.

    Though both could not table any motions today, they could have registered their party's displeasure by voting against the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister, Datuk Shahrir Samad's motion on inflation.

    Shahrir is currently tabling the motion.

    The debate will start shortly.


    Apa suda jadi OOH SAPP?????

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  61. "And it is only a slave who will say that it is no use to complain. Indeed just "complaining" will not accomplish anything. But if action is enacted up after complaining, then much can be accomplished and indeed had been accomplished and is continuing to be accomplished. The end of this is not over yet. "

    The problem was who will really do the action?Even 1 ~ 2 person really do action for peoples but still can't fight with majority opposites.I really can't saw the future at all.

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  62. Umno Sepanggar instigating hatred using racial and religious sentiments to undermine Yong and SAPP on last sunday. Calling names and howling threats!

    Now, they are using all sorts of tactics...why???

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  63. New Cabinet:



    Prime Minister - Anwar

    Deputy Prime Minister - Lim Kit Siang

    Agriculture Minister -

    Community Minister -

    Culture Minister - Farish Noor

    Defence Minister - Azmin Ali

    Education Minister - Nga Kor Ming

    Environment Minister - Teresa Kok

    Finance Minister - Tony Pua

    Foreign Minister - Ramasamy

    Health Minister - Tan Seng Giaw

    Home Minister -

    Information Minister - Jeff Ooi

    Law Minister - Teng Chang Khim

    Manpower Minister -

    Sports Minister -

    Technology Minister -

    Trade Minister - Khalid

    Transport Minister - Liew Chin Tong

    Tourism Minister -

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  64. This ACA is now standing in a half white and half black area, wat are they doing?? what a shame, and how are we going to trust them now??

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  65. malaysian wrote:
    The problem was who will really do the action?Even 1 ~ 2 person really do action for peoples but still can't fight with majority opposites.I really can't saw the future at all.
    --------------------------------

    The PR has the support of the majority of Malaya people, both Malays and non-Malays. MCA, MIC, and Gerakan have all broken apart and all but ceased to exist. And UMNO is breaking apart also with Badawi on the way out and Mahathir telling UMNO mp’s to leave UMNO. Therefore, BN is no longer the majority in Malaya. It is only in Sabah and Sarawak where the mp's are still afraid of the BN. The Sabahans on the other hand have spoken out clearly that they no longer support BN. Did you not see the poll at this blog? In case you didn’t see the poll results, here are the result:

    Question:
    Should SAPP
    1. Stay with BN: 3%
    2. Leave BN & Non-align: 10%
    3. Leave BN & Join PR: 85%

    Question:
    Is the vote of no confidence relevant:
    1. Yes: 86%
    2. No: 13%

    Obviously, the vast majority of the Sabahans are against BN and support the SAPP in trying to ask for more oil money and to improve the conditions of the Sabahans.

    Did you not read the outpouring of Sabahan after Sabahan who are against BN? Just count how many people have spoken out at this forum against BN. If you can count beyond 2 you will see that hundreds have spoken out to support Datu Yong and SAPP. And for every one who has spoken out to support Datu Yong and SAPP, you can be sure that thousands more are in agreement. And no more than a few have spoken out in support of the BN. You can count them on the fingers of your hand.

    It is clear that the people of Sabah are in support of Datu Yong and SAPP. And it is also clear that UMNO-BN will fall in September and a new government will form under the PR. Anybody who is still supporting BN will find themselves on the outside. If that is where you want to be, then fine. Otherwise, you’d better look carefully where you’re going.

    As for the Sabahans, they’re all supporting Datu Yong and SAPP and will get to share much more oil money and see government policies change for the better.

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  66. Why is ACA initiating an investigation into Yong's old case only now? If Yong has a serious case, they should have investigated this issue long time ago, why now idiots? Clearly either they are not been very productive and lazy or simply because they are ordered to do so now by Abdullah?

    If the earlier is the case, then they all should be sacked and replaced with more capable reliable investigators, if latter is the case, then they are not independent but very coperative with the idiots at the top posts... how could we trust them anymore? They are only initiating investigations to protect those top idiots' interests, not the public interests.... what kind of idiots are them anyway!!??

    This goes to show they are not totally independent but are scums of those high ranking officers... truly bastards!!!

    ACA = Anti Corruption Agency or All Corrupted Agency??

    By AACA - Anti All Corrupted Agency

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  67. u are a true fighter for sabahan's right. Go Datuk Yong. We the people of sabah will support you.

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  68. 替沙巴汉讲出心中的要求,说出公义的语的人,却要遭受各种恐吓阻止!以前沙巴汉生活还过得去,现在生活日愈辛苦,联邦政府批准汽油起价,也要想下从沙巴出产的原油也起了价,95%你们拿了,给回沙巴人一点改善生活水平都不行吗!国阵联邦政府要主动来做,不当沙巴汉是乞丐,你们拿走我们的资源,又没有管好这里的治安,非法移民的问题,你们失责了!沙巴汉很顺良大方,从未点算你们拿走多值钱的,只求安居乐业,你们也做不到吗?

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  69. 那些参加示威恐吓的人,大部份是雇用的外地人,谁是他们的雇主,爱沙巴的人都知道!

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  70. Datuk Yong,

    We are all behind you. You are out hero. Sabah need people like you, championing for us. We need more people like you! Sabahan, it is time for us to wake up. We have been reprived long enough. Our resourses, our land , our dignity have been taken away. We want it back!!!!

    True Sabahan....

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  71. COME ON LA. SIAPA ANTARA PEMIMMPIN BN YANG JUJUR? YANG PALING BERSIH MUNGKIN BADAWI SENDIRI TAPI PENAKUT, TIADA PENDIRIAN DAN KALAH OLEH BAWAHANNYA.

    JAdi ACA adalah alat kerajaan untuk menakut-nakutkan pemimpin BN supaya tidak lawan taukeh? Sah!

    Kenapa kes MUSA AMAN dibuang begitu sahaja? Di Sabah kami panggil ini benda sebagai PALUI!

    Nak buat undi di parlimen pun BN nak wajibkan ahli2 mengundi YA. Sot sot sudah bah ini BN ini.

    Saya bukan peminat YONG TECK LEE selepas dia menjatuhkan PBS dahulu namun disebabkan pendiriannya mendapatkan hak-milik Sabahan, saya anggap dia sebagai HERO.

    Saya tidak peduli kalau Anwar ada tawar si YTL apa2 namun lagi baik kalau BN lingkup. Sudah jemu nampak stail BN yang tidak telus dan jujur ini.

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  72. Somebody told me last year that an officer with the Sabah BPR told him about their investigation on Musa Aman corruption charges.

    According to him, the state ACA finding was that MUSA AMAN is guilty with many misconduct practises. But as usual, the report has to be sent to KL (AG?) and NORMALLY if it involves the BN leaders the AG would stamp 'DIBEBASKAN' or TIDAK BERSALAH.

    SO I guess the files are kept and buried until one day Musa Aman opts to go against the BN. No wonder he is chickening. I wonder why Musa Aman doesn't go all out against the illegal immigrants. Another instruction from KL?

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  73. Datuk YTL,you are the great Sabahan hero.Uncle Eric and Aunty Chua,please don't turn back now.We will always support SAPP all the way.

    Inanam Folks.

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  74. Harga minyak di negara pengeluar minyak seperti Malaysia

    UAE RM1.19/litre
    Eygpt RM1.03/litre
    Bahrain RM0.87/litre
    Qatar RM0.68/litre
    Kuwait RM0.67/litre
    Saudi Arabia RM0.38/litre
    IranRM0.35/litre
    Nigeria RM0.32/litre
    Turkmenistan RM0.25/litre
    Venezuela RM0.16/litre
    Brunei RM 1.20/litre

    MALAYSIA RM2.70/litre
    =(RM2.70 x 159 litres = US $ 135.00per barrel international price. so where is the subsidy to the RAYAT??? and don't tell us your cost is RM 3.00 per liter and BN Govt subsidize us 0.30 per Litre as we know the cost is less then RM0.05 per litre for oil producing country)

    So, Malaysian people are fooled by the govt for morn than 50 years...

    MALAYSIA BOLEH !!!

    June 28, 2008 5:42 PM

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  75. Another tactic by BN
    Parti Keadilan Rakyat de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was left fighting for his political credibility, calling a press conference at 1.20am today to deny allegations that he sodomised his aide.

    Do you believe it? BN denies they are behind it. Anybody buys it?

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  76. 政府机构沦为国阵打手
    黄润松-6月25日 晚上8点11分


    马来西亚本应是一个民主国家,但是国阵政府为了保住岌岌可危的政权,滥用了人民给予他们的权力。阿都拉为了排除异己,不惜利用多个政府机构来达到目的。这些政府机构本应维护国家的安宁与公平,最后沦为国阵政府的打手。

    在杨德利宣布要投首相不信任投票后,马上遭到反贪污局从翻他在1996年的贪污案件。虽然该局总监指天誓日地否认有政治动机,还狡辩说案件与杨德利作出上述宣布在时间上的吻合,纯属巧合。

    反贪污局总监如此的言论,简直此地无银三百两之极。他如果认为能以如斯歪理瞒天过海,那实在是异想天开。希望反贪污局总监不要在门缝里看人,在把广大的马来西亚人民都看扁了。可怜本应以杀尽贪官污史为己任,维护国家人民利益的反贪污局,最后沦为政府手上排除异己,维护权贵的打手。实在是马来西亚的悲哀。

    国阵政府多年来一直以内部安全法令这张皇牌,镇压异议的政客与人民。人民如果企图通过和平示威,以表达对政府施政的不满,往往会遭到镇暴警察不人道的对待,水炮、盾牌、警棍齐飞,手无寸铁的人民如何与之抗衡。国阵政府与奸商勾结,极尽中饱私囊之能事,那是路人皆知的事实。国阵政府现在更利用警察协助朋党奸商。单单看皇冠城封路事件就已经是铁证如山。警察不理会结党伤人的职业暴徒,却残暴殴打手无寸铁的良民,还企图以谋杀罪名把他们控上法庭。警察本职应该是除暴安良,保护人民的正义之师。现在沦落为国阵政府欺压人民,排除异己的打手。国阵政府不除,马来西亚还会有明天吗?

    现在国阵政府正值多事之秋,多项不利因素已经让阿都拉有如惊弓之鸟。他为了避免属下言多必失,竟然开了我国国会的先河,先把记者人数限于每家媒体五人,再把到国会采访的记者围困在一个小小空间里。虽然此命令是由国会议长下达,但是明眼人一看,就不难想象谁是幕后指使人。如此封杀新闻自由,我国何来一流国会呢?

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  77. 杨德利放手一博吧!

    “沙巴进步党风波”自上周爆发后,巫统慌了,东马的国阵各大小成员党可烦了,在野党则坐着静看事情的发展演变。

    杨德利,沙进步党主席和沙州著名政客,率先举旗要造国阵的反,使跳槽风忽然之间猛吹起来,东马政党看起来有蠢蠢欲动,却不敢太主动,以免像沙进步党那样妄动后被炮轰、被孤立,恐连利益都会丢失。可不是?沙进步党说星期一要投首相不信任票的,今天两名国会议员却因安全着想而缺席了(国阵支持者耍恨,用SMS、电话恐吓人)。国阵自然开心了,“敌人”目前已懂得知难而退的道理。

    沙进步党的旗是举了,却不定,摆明要国阵好看,亦不敢光明正大领导全党加入在野联盟,还要“去问国阵”?杨德利果然不失为一个晓得政治游戏者,他可能是在等待国阵方面来定其党生死,接着便名正言顺地退出执政联盟,后路恐怕早已安排妥当。

    沙进步党的内部大概已经获得了共识,陈树杰、马贞文、蔡顺梅等议员口说不退出国阵,而与杨对话后却赞成要以党共进退,国阵似乎也已感到自己的立场受到了区区小党的威胁,所以开始动手脚来刁难起进步党。反贪局可以为了国阵利益而委派去调查杨德利是否涉及贪污,好一个号称“清廉”的组织!为何国阵内众多家户喻晓的贪腐官员却没看见被调查,而且多数依然正当着官呢。

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  78. 杨德利不是一般的“鸡”

    随着沙巴进步党主席拿督杨德利宣布投伯拉不信任动议后,反贪污局马上对他展开调查。那位肃贪的顶头说,该局宣布重新开启档案调查杨德利一切纯属巧合?

    哦,原来秋后算帐是假的,只是时机未到,不能杀鸡儆猴!所以过去只好都把这宗案件束之高阁,放在没人看见的地方。

    还好杨德利此人真的没怕过,也没被反贪局这突如其来的一招吓倒,反而大声发出豪言说:要“砍”就“砍”吧!我可不是一般的“鸡”,一旦我被“砍”,还有其它人会继续我的斗争。”

    真没想到他会这么说,自认非一般的“鸡”,猜想那些在远处的观望的猴子们应该不会被吓倒吧?

    沙巴进步党有此铁汉,真令人刮目相看,沙巴人应给予他掌声!如今他触怒了国阵老大,又惹来肃贪的,就不知他往后的命运如何?

    笔者不希望看到他被“杀”、被“砍”,只因此“鸡”并非一般的鸡,理应是只铁公鸡,得让他为我们的民怨继续而啼鸣!

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