Saturday, September 20, 2008

Tan should be more grateful, honest and conscientious

KOTA KINABALU, Sep 19, 2008: More grateful, honest and conscientious was the call by SAPP Information Chief, Chong Pit Fah, to Raymond Tan, a former Deputy President, when making his statement in the press claiming the party (SAPP) had ditched him.

Tan, who is holding an important Deputy Chief Minister’s post, was very reluctant to give up his post, in view of so much vested interests and privileges he is having at the moment, which put his own interests above the party and its struggle, policies and discipline. more...

79 comments:

  1. Here you have a greedy, irresponsible, unpatriotic and immoral being called Tan who wants to hang on while all moral beings in SAPP unanimously decided that they will not "stay put" by trading in human anguish and the blood of Sabahans. Where was he when 99.99% of the party's top organs decided that they couldn't live in perpetual slavery and opted for dignity? He can join AMNO if he wants and no body cares. He can join MIC if he wants and but he should stop this stupidity and nonsense. Useless creature. Who is tying him to join the party of his choice? SAPP broke the shackles of slavery and isn't going to accept to be tied again. So he can sink or rather jump to the sea. Despicable greedy creature indeed.

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  2. what is happening to sapp is yong's karma. raymond tan is ditching sapp as the party is no longer with barisan nasional. well, when yong ditched pbs for barisan, the same happened to pairin. his assemblymen such as chau ching tang ditched pbs to join sapp. well, maybe not karma. but that is the quality of most of the sabah politicians. they are jumpers. do you think of they think of the rakyat? just wait if pakatan rakyat forms the next govt, i bet almost all the sabah politicians will join the new federal government. even people like musa aman (maybe he is rich enough so probably he will do a lim guan seng and retire from politics to enjoy the big bucks he made from sabahans' sweat). but most of them will jump, jump and jump unlesss they are rejected by the ruling party. heard that nobody wants lajim to be in their camp. going back to raymond tan, guess why he is remain loyal to barisan. it is because he has projects with musa aman. he is such an ungrateful young man. yong really took care of him and yet .... if he can do that to his mentor, yong, what do you think will do to sabahans? anyway, without yong, raymond tan is a nobody. he will be like .... chau tet onn (once he was no longer piggy backing pairin's popularity he became a political nobody).

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  3. I just cannot imagine this Raymond can utter spiteful words against Yong and SAPP after all Yong had done for him all these years.

    Yong nurtured him to be one of the deputy presidents and now deputy chief minister. Yong was just too generous on him and Tan is like a pampered child who does not know the meaning of gratitude and conscience.

    I look at him without anger and despice. SAPP president Yong never utter a word against him, never in the media. See what Tan, just attacked Yong and all the SAPP right conscience members felt deeply hurt and angered.

    Heard that he (Tan) trying to set up a new party together with Jimmy, Au, and Liew Yun Fah..planning to bring SAPP's 15 branches with him. Whether it's true or not doesn't matter. Such person does not deserve anything anyway...to hell with TAn!

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  4. Tan? a total disgrace to the Sabah people.
    Greedy? Yes, totally, DCM means $$$$$ to him. Said he will resign DCM within 24 hours..no way, he mana honour his words.

    Au? You are a sucker, now that I know. Raymond sure will give you plenty of projects $$$$$

    Jimmy? Political Sec to CM, financial controller of Musa's companies and banyak kayu balak. Never mind you, yours is very personal.

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  5. If 'Kiah Su' Tan wanted to leave as stated in 2day's papers to form a new party with Liew Yun Fah, go ahead n BN will definitely accept your new party..... Kiah Su will not have to resign as DCM cum Infrastructure Minister since he is more interested in the positions than the interest of all Sabahans' rights !!!

    But come the next elections, you are definitely doomed... what have you done for the people of Sabah ???

    Talking about grassroots' interest... have you ever really care about them ???

    Not chairing Sandakan Zone meetings for the past 5 years is proof of your other interests i.e. looting more Million$$$$ as a greedy DCM.

    Go to hell lah !!!!!!!

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  6. raymond tan bukan berjiwa rakyat tetapi berjiwa material. alasan tidak menghormati keputusan parti adalah untuk kepentingan beliau...jangan ingat projek juta jak brother masuk poket...ingat tentang kesusahan rakyat sekarang dengan kenaikan harga petrol.

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  7. Yes, Yong never uttered criticizing words in the press about his ungrateful deputy , even Au or Jimmy .... but this despicable, malicious n immoral animal has shown his true colours.

    Maybe it is Karma on Yong.... but at the end of the day, FOREMOST WE MUST THINK OF AND FOR ALL SABAHANS' PREDICAMENT AND RIGHTS.

    Luckily Au and Jimmy never criticized in the press or make cruel or malicious statements on Yong... they know and sympathise with SAPP. WISH THEM WELL in their future roles in BN.

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  8. Kiah Su all this has been controlling all the LPO and GWO from Class F licences to the rest. No exception. He also resposible for the failure of Milk Scheme to The pupils for special school in Sabah. Imagine RM.10 per half litters for delivery awarded by Kiah Su to his Macai. Just wonder what brand of vacuum he is..

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  9. 2,000 members left with Tan..I think it was an overstatement.

    Blowed up figure which is not actual in real numbers.

    Tan never helped other members other than his macais in Sandakan. He was known be the lateman Tan, who always comes to any meeting at least 30 minutes late.

    The best I know about him is he is too selfish and "tidak peduli" attitude but very greedy!

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  10. Talking about tan kiasu, actually nothing much about him. Never in 14years since SAPP was formed did I ever see him "belanja" not even one single kopi-o (RM1) compared to the millions of ringgit he pocketed.

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  11. Nampaknya hanya mereka yang berpangkat besar di kerajaan BN tidak mahu mengikut parti keluar dari BN. Kesimpulannya ... TAMAK

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  12. Have Tan Si Kat ever helped anybody except UMNO people? We have never heard any SAPP members got any projects from Si Kat, he Sapu all for himself.He got grassroot supporters kah? You are joking, all he got is a few macai sweeping up little scraps left by Umno. Just shut up and leave, you sikat lah.

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  13. Raymond Tan forgot he was nothing, a nobody.. if not for YTL. I am not a SAPP supporter previously but to tell you frankly Raymond, there are thousands of Sabahans like me.... who was never a supporter of SAPP is now throwing our support for SAPP. The rakyat are fed up with all this "ball-licking" by our own so called leaders. Sampai bila bah mau mengampu nie..? Tiada maruah! This is not confrontational Raymond... but this our way of saying enough is enough! Cukup sudah bah! Sampai bila kita mau tunggu? We have been patient all this while and there are limits to everyone's patients. Can't you see Raymond.... Sabahans wants this to happen. Our previous "champion" is now a "ball-licker". So, i am absolutely sure that Sabahans will throw their weight in support of SAPP. PBS... UPKO... are you listening? It's written all over... it's plain to see... sia heran kanapa kamurang nda "rasa" kemahuan rakyat Sabah.

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  14. SAPP has fired the first shot. It's a matter time there's a mass exodus from other mosquito parties. Raymond Tan can do the opposite either forming his own party or joining other mosquito parties. Good luck Raymond.

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  15. Even if Tan kiasu remained in SAPP, he will be voted out in the next party elections.

    He even will lose his deposit. What now he is trying is to get as much $$$ as he can, saving himself by remaining as DCM.

    A DCM for Chinese? He doesn't even have my respect. What is he? If I meet him in person, I will give him a spit in the face!

    Tan, you are definitely a shame to us, Chinese!

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  16. SK Tan, without Yong, you are nothing! You ass licking shit!

    Your days are numbered!

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  17. This freaking Raymond Tan a shameless creature!

    He is very sayang and also very scared of his daughter. I wonder how would his daughter feel if people confront her labeling his father "a running dog and traitor to Sabahan"?

    He prolly has too much interest to loose, and the general Sabahan is just collateral damage to his greed. I do not think that he is that stupid to think that he still has a future during the next election. He has already got his DCM, probably the highest he can get. So, he'll grab all while he can before the next GE, the rest, belakang kira.

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  18. Has anybody got any idea what is Tan trying to say in today's Daily Express Sunday News?

    He thinks he is the saviour, Oh My God! Trying to justify his cowardice and greed!

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  19. http://www.mysinchew.com/node/16496?tid=14

    Article from Sin Chew Daily:

    All of a sudden, everyone seems to be acting against his usual nature, from silence to actively voicing out. Slowly, grassroots leaders who feel they can no longer put up with UMNO's arrogance, are beginning to make the calls of "leaving BN."
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    From the beginning 45 years ago, MCA had been acting as the henchmen of UMNO and enforced UMNO’s strategy of ketuanan Melayu. MCA ministers’ primary function was to sanitize ketuanan Melayu to the international community and force the Chinese community to accept it with the threat of slaughter by Malay thugs. Frankly, I got so sickened by the betrayal and cowardice of the MCA that I called it the Marginalize the Chinese Association. Obviously MCA had betrayed their Chinese constituents. And the Chinese having been betrayed slapped down the MCA and repudiated them in the election last March by voting for DAP. Kudos to the Chinese for having the courage and wisdom to punish their traitorous representatives and showed that they will no longer tolerate betrayal.

    Now that it has become clear that the Chinese people in Malaysia will not be blindly driven like sheep by the traitorous MCA, it has no choice but to reform itself to serve the Chinese constituents better. That is to say, MCA now realized that it is not their Malay masters who will send them to parliament but their Chinese constituents. Therefore, if any MCA member wants to return to the parliament after the next election he better demonstrate to his Chinese constituents that he deserves their trust. This is why so many MCA members are now speaking out and condemning the many unconscionable violations of the human rights of the Chinese by Malay racists as a way to demonstrate to the Chinese constituents that they have their best interests at heart.

    But whatever the new mentality of the MCA might be, the mentality of the Malays are very much still the same. That is, for most Malays their perception of the Malaysian society is that the Malays are the owner of Malaysia and therefore the master race while the non-Malays are “guests” who are there at the sufferance of the Malays. Hence the Malays are firm believers of the dogma of ketuanan Melayu and their right to marginalize the Chinese and the other non-Malays. Given the Malays’ firm belief in the dogma of ketuanan Melayu, it is their belief that UMNO’s primary purpose is to maintain ketuanan Melayu and must not be dictated to by the other component parties of BN. Given this mentality of the Malays, it is simply not possible for MCA, Gerakan, MIC, and other non-Malay parties within BN to persuade UMNO to give up ketuanan Melayu and abolish NEP and other racist policies. And since the Chinese voters would like to abolish ketuanan Malayu and NEP and since MCA and Gerakan and other Chinese component parties of BN cannot persuade UMNO to abolish them, the only logical choice for MCA, Gerakan, and other Chinese component parties of BN is to get out of BN and join PR. This is the only logical solution.

    People can talk and talk, but the reality is quite simple and clear. The only way to get rid of ketuanan Melayu and NEP is by overthrowing the UMNO-BN government and establishing a new government under PR which is dedicated to equality and justice. Therefore, MCA, Gerakan, and all other Chinese component parties of BN must immediately leave BN and join PR. There simply is no other way.

    It is therefore not wise for Tan to be clinging to BN and continue to act as the henchman of UMNO when MCA and Gerakan members are speaking out about leaving BN. Tan may be having a bird in his hand right now. But as soon as the next parliament meeting is called, UMNO-BN government will fall and he will be out. So his decision to keep the bird in hand will turn out to be a foolish thing to do. He should have gone for the two birds in the bush which is not only the wise thing to do but the noble thing to do because it is in the best interests of the Chinese of whom he represents and for whose best interests he should fight. In the end Tan will lose his position, his friends in SAPP, and his constituents whom he has betrayed.

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  20. PR needs 30 seats to overthrow the UMNO-BN government. MCA has 15 seats while Gerakan has 3. If both convert to PR, then it needs only 12 more. If SAPP and UPKO with 6 seats convert to PR, then it needs only 6 more. If SUPP with 5 join PR, then that leaves 1. Zaid the former law minister had resigned his position and will probably join PR. And that will give PR the magic number to take over the government. Furthermore, it is most probable that Anwar has many UMNO MPs lined up to convert. Some other non-Malay natives will also convert. In the end, PR could very well end up with 2/3 majority.

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  21. 陈树杰退出沙巴进步党,他以什么身份继续做他的沙巴副首长,是他自己的事。他能为沙巴华人做些什么事?大家心里有数。许子根贵为槟州首长,他为槟州华人做了些什么事?大家心里有数。同样陈康南,又为砂州华人做了些什么事?还不是为自己。在巫统一党独大的国阵,华基政党,也只能而而。超过半百年华的巫统,风雨飘摇,自身难保。陈树杰自好为之。

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  22. Tan Shu Kiah is not just "Kiah Shu" but also "Tukang Sapu Kontrak". Just ask some of the staff in the JKR HQ and they will tell you one thing or two about his powerful 'vacuum'.

    If the ACA really wants to be seen to be serious and impartial in fighting corruption, perhaps they should starts paying some attention to Raymond and his mah-cais.

    On second thought, maybe the ACA should just drop the idea simply because Raymond can easily influence the PM to stop the ACA as revealed by him recently.

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  23. idiotic security actSeptember 21, 2008 at 8:50 PM

    Here's a well written comment to share with fellow SAPP blog readers.

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    A heartfelt plea from a Malaysian
    Stephen Ng |
    Malaysiakini Sep 19, 08 5:14pm


    Dear Prime Minister,

    In light of the spate of ISA arrests recently, I think it is time that the voice of the people is heard – at least, in the name of justice and sanity – and for the sake of preserving peace, good race relations and national security.
    MCPX

    Please take this in good faith, coming from a young and innocent boy who once gave you a surprise bear hug nearly 30 years ago at a career guidance camp in Sungai Besi. You had just become the Federal Territory minister then, and I was receiving a certificate of appreciation from you. Since then, I’ve been your avid supporter, hopeful that you would introduce reforms to the country that would benefit the people.

    I feel strongly the urge, along with my countrymen, to rally my support behind Malaysia’s first ISA female MP detainee, Teresa Kok.

    Kok, a people’s representative, was alleged to have stirred up ill-feelings against the Muslim community. Only until now, she has never lodged a police report against her accusers for making false accusations, choosing instead to explain her side of the story in her blog.

    Having monitored the situation online at nearly an hourly basis by examining the various reports as well as Kok’s own blog, allow me to express my sincere opinion as a rakyat. Let truth prevail at the end of the day.

    If Kok has incited one community against another to the point that they take up arms, I would agree that she be detained under ISA. However, Kok’s detention was based on some mere allegations, which she has denied vehemently.

    One cannot help but ask whether the police took the trouble to get a statement from Kok herself before the arrest. What is it that Kok has done that threatened national security, to justify police action against her and arresting her using the draconian law?

    In fact, a particular police report has also been lodged by the secretary of the three-week-old mosque in Kota Damansara against Kok’s accuser, Khir Toyo for making allegations that Kok had applied petition to stop the azan. Khir’s allegations, also in a public domain, are not only baseless but malicious in nature.

    Kok has also lodged a similar police report against Khir, Utusan Melayu and its columnist Zaini Hassan for criminal defamation over the azan issue. As an ordinary citizen, I wonder why both Zaini and Khir were also not immediately arrested under the ISA.

    In a country where there are laws, it is difficult to understand why the accuser in this case is allowed to go scot free. Like in the case of Tan Hoon Cheng who was arrested for reporting remarks by Bukit Bendera Umno division chairman, Ahmad Ismail, why was Tan detained for 18 hours whereas a defiant Ahmad remains untouched?

    Even in Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice, the accuser Shylock who demanded for a pound of Antonio’s flesh, had to finally pay the price for being malicious.

    The basis of Kok’s detention under the ISA was uncalled for, especially when she could have been first summoned by the police to give her statement over the allegation. Investigating the truth does not require the use of the country’s most intimidating laws.

    Although she has been released, her detention and that of popular blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin do no favours to the country’s already battered image. I cannot help but wonder where we are heading as a nation. Are we a progressive society where we are free to speak the truth or are we a backward society, repressed and shackled from speaking our minds?

    I believe you can control a vocal few, but it is the silent majority that is to be feared most. The political tsunami we witnessed last March was a good lesson to the government. It was the result of injustices for many decades.

    I appeal to your good sense, prime minister, to please release all political dissidents and bloggers who are detained under the draconian ISA and to please put a stop to the use of intimidation tactics by the authorities against civilians, bloggers, people’s representatives and members of the media. Instead, focus the powers of the police in controlling violent crimes and reducing the high crime rate in the country.

    Lastly, I would like to conclude by saying that if the ISA is not abolished soon, the rakyat’s resentment towards your administration will only increase.

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  24. Orang seperti Raymond Tan lebih mementingkan diri dari pendirian party.Kalaulah dia tiada jawatan dalam kerajaan, i fikir dia ikut keputusan party.I think dia sayang dgn jawatannya dalam kerajaan sebab itulah dia tolak pendirian party.

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  25. TALKING ABOUT NATIONAL UNITY, THE FIRST THING THE GOVT SHOULD DO IS BAN UTUSAN MELAYU. I KNOW FOR A FACT THAT MANY MALAYS READ MALAY NESPAPERS BECAUSE THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IS LIMITED (BASE ON CALLS BY UMNO LEADERS REQUESTING THAT MATHS AND SCIENCE BE TAUGHT IN MALAYS). RECENTLY OUT OF CURIOSITY, I READ A FEW ISSUES OF UTUSAN MELAYU AND TO MY HORROR MOST OF THE NEWS ARE AGAINST RACE RELATION IN NATURE. ARTICLES OF ONE RACE AND RELIGION ALLEGEDLY CRITICISED BY ANOTHER RACE IS WIDELY HIGHLIGHTED IN THIS NEWSPAPER. THE ALLEGATION IS MOSTLY UNFOUNDED AND ONLY BASED ON HEARSAY OR COMMENTS BY SOME UMNO SORE LOSERS OR TROUBLE MAKERS IN THE LIKE OF AHMAD ISMAIL AND KHIR TOYOL. WHATEVER AMOUNT UNITY PROGRAMS OR RACE RELATIONS PROGRAMS OR ACTS WILL JUST GO TO WASTE IF UTUSAN MELAYU IS ALLOWED TO FREELY PRINT THESE ARTICLES WITHOUT ANY REPREHENSION. I SINCERELY HOPE UTUSAN MELAYU SHOULD BE SEVERELY REPRIMANDED FOR ALL THE BAD REPORTING IF THE GOVT IS SERIOUS ABOUT A UNITED MALAYSIA.

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  26. This is a clear case of acute amnesia of the highest syndrome,and someone should seriously have this guy committed into a mental institution. This is my opinion,and I strongly feel we should henceforth discontinue anymore comment on a person who only has self interest above everything else.

    On another note,I wish to share an experience with everyone.I spent half a day[Sunday],without my family[something I don't normally do on a Sunday]in Nabawan.This was my first visit,and I was there to witness new members into PKR.

    It was a most inspiring visit,as I got the chance to mingle and spoke to the kampong folks.It's mind boggling and I was dumbfounded to learn that Nabawan is the 2nd poorest town in Malaysia.

    The people were so warmed and truly spoke from their heart.Raymond Tan should spent a month there and will learn to be grateful,honest and conscientious.

    What in God's name has the previous ADUN and MP done to lift the standard of livelihood for these people in Nabawan?The people of Persiangan have been hoodwink of the highest degree,and I would dare say,that BN days here is a fore gone conclusion.

    I left Nabawan with fond memories,and pledge to return in full strength to support the PKR candidate in the coming by-election to ensure that victory for the people will be fully justified.

    Cheers...

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  27. Not ungrateful, says Tan

    But still DISHONEST, UN-CONSCIENTIOUS, GREEDY, SELFISH, BETRAYER....the list goes on!

    Raymond, however you put it (making yourself like Mother Teresa), put your head into your asshole becoz I do not want to see your face!

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  28. 2,000 leave SAPP? I think it could be 200. Maybe misquoted by the press or wrong calculation by Tan.

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  29. Tan was handpicked by Yong to be the candidate for Tanjung Papat in 1994 where he subsequently won.

    Tan was at that time a young lawyer inexperienced in politics, nurtured by Yong (his mentor) and recommended to be assistant minister, later minister then lastly Deputy Chief Minister.

    A spoon-fed politician (mana dapat cari), unbelieveable yet true, and that is what he repay his boss....a slap in the face.

    Take a deep thought about this, Tan, remember who were you and where were you before? Search your own conscience (whether you have or not), your selfish greed for $$$, your irresponsibility, your betraying....The judas of SAPP!

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  30. Tan stays on in cabinet!
    Life is expensive and thats the way to keep money flowing. Is it morally right? He has to answer this himself! But Yesman are allways wellcome in BN.

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  31. UMNO: DOOR OPEN FOR EX-SAPP BUMIS

    nothing more to say! If Anwar can not make it to become the next PM then it will go on and on with this! UMNO will never change!

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  32. Wayang kulit by Tan. He hasn't tendered his resignation but succeeded in pursuading Musa to keep him. $$$$$$

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  33. To another question on whether he had officially resigned from SAPP, Tan said: “You have to ask them that. I’ve declared that I’m out of SAPP. I don’t know if they have sent a letter to Barisan (about pulling out from Barisan).

    “That’s the way they do things. I learnt from them,” said Tan.
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    Luckily SARCASTIC Tan you learned something. It's better this way coz SAPP won't want to learn anything from you. You are always late...which you are called the "Lateman Tan".

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  34. Raymond Tan wants to be expelled rather that officialy leaving SAPP. As it is now, he is still very much a SAPP member.

    Fancy having a SAPP member as Deputy Chief Minister.

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  35. Received through SAPP comment box on 22/9/08 from James
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    Dear Mr. President of SAPP

    i would like the SAPP council into re-open all the SAPP branches in Sandakan as I and a lot of SAPP member is not agree with YB Tan action by desolving SAPP branches in Sandakan and claim that SAPP member in that particular branches has left SAPP..i am and a lots of affected SAPP members here are still with you and not by YB TAN claims that all of us here is supporting him, he is just upset on loosing his position in the corrupt Sabah BN Cabinet..

    for the struggle of Sabah Rights.

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  36. The war of attrition continues over the sudden withdrawal of Sabah Progressive Party (Sapp) from Barisan Nasional last week as a “shocking revelation” came to light.

    Its disgruntled ex-deputy president Raymond Tan (left) claimed on Saturday that he had been instrumental in preventing the arrest of party president Yong Teck Lee in June in relation to allegations of corruption.

    An English-language daily in Sabah quoted Tan as saying that Abdullah Ahmad Badawi had wanted Yong arrested by the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA). This was after Yong spearheaded a no-confidence vote against Abdullah’s leadership.

    In defending himself against claims of ingratitude by failing to support the Sapp pullout, Tan revealed that he had intervened on Yong’s behalf in June.

    He said he had pleaded with Abdullah not to arrest Yong as it would be a bad move, and had even gone on television with a plea to allow the latter to speak up.

    In an immediate response, Sapp newly-appointed information chief Chong Pit Fah described this as a “a shocking revelation [...] that he can influence the prime minister to stop ACA action”.

    “This is an admission by a BN deputy chief minister that the prime minister can interfere with ACA work,” Chong said in a statement issued yesterday.

    He also wanted to know if the same influence could be used on other persons such as serving ministers, or similarly abused.

    Chong explained that the Sapp boss had volunteered in June to give a statement to the ACA but that the agency had not contacted him.

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  37. oh my god....
    apa telah terjadi dengan tan kiasu.. penting kan diri sendiri..
    ni lah ni, kalau kacang lupakan kulit...
    semua sudah diperolehi... then, buang orang macam tu jah!!
    tan kiasu.. kalau bukan YTL.. kau tiada jawatan dalam menteri... dia takut bah tu, kalau dia keluar dari BN.. semua harta dan projek2 disita... begini lah ni kalau orang TAMAK...
    2000 keluar SAPP??? i dun think 2000... 200?? i oso dun think... maybe 20 or juz 2 person...
    orang-orang dalam paper.. maybe yang telah disuapkan (RASUAH) bagi meramaikan orang saja dalam paper... biasa lah kalau tidak cukup korum.... sedih lah ada pemimpin macam ni!!!
    RAYMOND! RAYMOND!
    nasib saya bukan dari keturunan kau.. kalau tidak, mana nak simpan muka.... MALU SANGAT!!!!!!!!!!!

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  38. siapa yang pernah makan duit TAN KIASU selama dia jadi menteri...
    bukan nak minta... tapi RAYMOND TAN, AU KAM WAH susah nak keluar rasa belas kasihan bila lihat seseorang itu meminta pertolongan. bukan saja duit, nak minta tandatangan pun sangat susah....
    sedih ni.... ada gak pemimpin yang macam ni... depan YTL, baru nak tunjuk rasa kesian... sedih betul.... depan boz besar, baru nak berlagak...
    cuba tanya rakyat di sandakan...
    apa yang mereka dapat selama RAYMOND TAN, AU KAM WAH jadi wakil rakyat... sampah, tohmahan saja...

    dear YTL,
    u salah choose person...
    terima lah pendapat orang sekeliling dahulu, baru lantik wakil rakyat yang boleh buat kerja... jangan ikut kata hati sahaja... sekurang-kurangnya orang-orang ini dikenali di kalangan member-member SAPP. mereka selalu duduk minum kopi bersama... tapi tak macam YTL... apabila mesyuarat sahaja baru jumpa...
    so, back ground orang-orang yang tak berhati perut seperti RAYMOND TAN, AU KAM WAH yang lebih dikenali oleh member-member SAPP.
    kasihan rakyat sandakan, jika dapat pemimpin macam ini....

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  39. Raymond said he pleaded to PM not to arrest Datuk Yong Teck Lee who was under probe by ACA. If it is so, there'll be big problem for those politicians who are under probe by ACA and yet they are at the loggerhead with BN particularly Umno.

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  40. dear raymond tan, if one day i get into trouble with the aca or if i kena traffic saman, can you please talk to the prime miniter of malaysia to stop aca or the police from prosecuting me. you are so powderful datuk tan. shouldn't the aca be investigating you for intefering with its work???

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  41. Oi KiaSu Tan, if u n your allegedly-said 2,000 members had not sent in your resignations to SAPP Hqs, legally you are all still members. The party constitution must still be with you, UNLESS you had DUMPED or BURNED YOUR COPY !!!

    Unlike Jim Wong n the malicious Kam-lan ('balls' sucker) Au who had tendered theirs, wonder what is this so-called Chinese DCM trying to do .... play hoodwink-games with SAPP in the press ??? THE RAKYAT, esp. the CHINESE OF SABAH are not as dumb as to be taken in by your story-telling to low IQ people only (PBS n LDP leaders maybe ?)

    Come on, be a MAN and quit honourably coz your DCM post will definitely be given to LDP in due course.

    Do not be selfish-lah; if PakLah will listen to you as you can convince and influence him not to investigate your ex-boss Yong via ACA, demand for a Senator post and then get a Federal Ministry Portfolio called "de facto Special ACA Ministry" to investigate only BN component leaders !!!

    DO NOT BLUFF THE RAKYAT, Kiasu Tan ... YOU ARE FINISHED AS A POLITICIAN. UNGRATEFUL< UNETHICAL, IMMORAL, SELFISH, GREEDY n POWER-CRAZY

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  42. Dear Sabahans,

    Don't worry about raymond tan. He might be deputy chief minister now but i guess in PRU13, he would be nobody (Maybe that time we can sent our ACA team to his house). Probably he haven't got enough money so he decided to stay in longer. :-)

    I just would like to take this opportunity to thank SAPP supreme council for having the guts to stick to principals. I don't care what Yong or others did in the past as some commentators here but i believe that only our present actions can affect our future so THANK YOU for SAPP for being the pioneer in realizing Bangsa Malaysia Concept.

    Let us all pray for the quick release of Pete (Raja Petra Kamaruddin) - a true malaysian soul
    from ISA.

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  43. For sure Raymond Tan will want to hold on as DCM. If I were him, I would do the same. Why should he when he is in a position to dig gold as he can.

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  44. Dari apa yang aku tengok,.......kamu semua nih mustie anjing peliharaan makhluk butak-butak layer nih kan?????pandangan semua pun boleh nampak memang dari sekutu c butak tuh!Kalo ndak pun.mustie kategori org2 yg ndak dapat projek!hehehehe....come on buddy,terima kenyataan.Ubat utk orang dewasa memang pahit,so terima la!

    Kepada sapa2 yg ckp ahli2 BEKAS sapp tdk sampai 2000 org tuh,kamu mungkin suda buta pasal selalu tengok kepala yg SILAU tuh @ t'kena tempias air liur nya time dia b'ucap!utk pengetahuan anjing2 peliharaan c butak-butak layer nih.....kebanyakan pengundi2 @ BEKAS2 ahli yg kluar parti tuh bukan dari bangsa c remon tan,pasal bangsanya sendiri byk yg marah2 ndak kena kasi projek!Cuba kamu buka mata kamu luas2,tengok apa c remon buat utk TANJUNG PAPAT?aku yg membesar d kampung nih tau sebanyak mana pembaharuan yg d bawa oleh remon,meski pun bidang POLITIK kotor kamu nih langsung aku ndak minat!!!!memang ndak dpt d nafikan lg,macai2 remon byk yg dpt projek,itu satu TRUISME!!!pasal memang ada melayu sial kalo ndak silap saitanful namanya,yg memang menjual nama remon d mana2.

    Tdk kira apa jugak parti yg kamu join,biar la rakyat yg d beri keutamaan.....bukan kepentingan peribadi!!!!aku sokong 7 budaya SAPP....tp go to hell to SAPP bila buat usul undi tidak percaya kepada PM!!!!!!ketara btul c butak--butak layer tuh pun TAMAK bila dpt offer dr c GILA KUASA anwar liwat ibrahim.
    aku sokong apa sja yg d buat oleh remon,utk trus jaga rakyat&pengundi2nya....Tp aku takut gara2 macai saitanful yg d peliharanya akan buat dia jatuh pada kemudian hari.....


    AKU BENCI POLITIK!!!!!!!!!!

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  45. Equality and justice under PR the only way for KDM to be really rich.

    Below is a quote from an article by John Malott. Malaysia is at an important turning point. For too long Malaysia is a reign of terror where people are suppressed by threats of arrests by ISA and the denial of economic opportunities or harassment by the government that threaten to drive any man out of his business. The UMNO maintained its dominance by means of fomenting racial hatred between the Malays and other races. And any Chinese who dared to demand equal rights under the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights were arrested for fomenting racial hatred. Many opposition leaders such as Lim Kit Siang, the Hindraf 5, and more recently RPK and Teresa Kok have all been arrested by ISA.

    I hope people in Sabah will reject the reign of terror of UMNO and support PR for a new era of equality and justice. Only when all races are equal will corruption be eradicated and the economy develop rapidly. Special rights won't make the KDM rich. Only a robut economy that provides hundreds of thousands of high paying jobs will make the KDM rich enough to afford cars, houses, wide screen HD TV, etc. Vote for equality and make yourself rich!
    ============================
    Malaysia is at its most important turning point, says John Malott

    September 21, 2008 (via e-mail)

    By John Malott*

    Today Malaysia is at the most important turning point in its history. Ironically, the man who has the opportunity to decide which way Malaysia will go is the man who has been considered an ineffective if not a failed leader – Abdullah Badawi.

    Tan Sri Ramon Navaratnam said it best in an interview with Malaysiakini:http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/90022)” If Abdullah lets the democratic process take place and does not stifle the country with arrests and emergency rule, it will be his finest hour, and he will go down in history as the man who liberalised the democratic system in Malaysia. But if he reneges on his word to not invoke the ISA, then he would only be digging his own grave”, Ramon said.

    Although the attention of the world has turned to the financial crisis in the United States, interest in Malaysia has never been higher. The world is watching. Malaysia can redeem itself in the eyes of the world – or it can become an international pariah – all within the space of the next few weeks.

    Ten years ago few people dared to speak up. But this time the people are not afraid. They know what is going on in their country, and now they want the right to decide their own future.

    http://dinmerican.wordpress.
    com/2008/09/21/malaysia-
    is-at-its-most-important-
    turning-point-says-john-
    malott/

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  46. R - Rahman
    A - Abdul Razak
    H - Hussein
    M - Mahathir
    A - Abdullah
    N - Najib ?

    If Pakatan becomes the government now , that means the Rahman theory is applicable for UMNO Presidents not PM of Malaysia ?

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  47. We are MALAYSIAN!!!!!!!!!Don't let d act been proof!!!!!!!

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  48. I just want to congratulation on the recent pull-out of SAPP from BN. I sincerely hope that SAPP will participate in the broader struggle with the rest of Malaysian, to unite all races and bring hope to every souls.

    The recent behavior of Deputy President Datuk Raymond Tan shows that he is not a strategist who SAPP can depend on. His vision is individual and non-collective. His personal struggle will be in vain.

    Politic is not an individual struggle. To advocate change, we need strong collective of voices. Datuk Raymond Tan do not understand the political play. Altouhght his intention to remain in the cabinet may be "good", but by going against the party's collective (majority) view he has demonstrated his shallow view of political struggle.

    We need to move on. Take this step with PR and hope for a better Sabah and Malaysia.

    Ordinary Penang Rakyat

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  49. 陈树杰,你忘了你姓陈? Disgrace in the family.

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  50. Anonymous said...
    Dari apa yang aku tengok,.......kamu semua nih mustie anjing peliharaan makhluk butak-butak layer nih kan?????pandangan semua pun boleh nampak memang dari sekutu c butak tuh!Kalo ndak pun.mustie kategori org2 yg ndak dapat projek!hehehehe....come on buddy,terima kenyataan.Ubat utk orang dewasa memang pahit,so terima la!

    Kepada sapa2 yg ckp ahli2 BEKAS sapp tdk sampai 2000 org tuh,kamu mungkin suda buta pasal selalu tengok kepala yg SILAU tuh @ t'kena tempias air liur nya time dia b'ucap!utk pengetahuan anjing2 peliharaan c butak-butak layer nih.....kebanyakan pengundi2 @ BEKAS2 ahli yg kluar parti tuh bukan dari bangsa c remon tan,pasal bangsanya sendiri byk yg marah2 ndak kena kasi projek!Cuba kamu buka mata kamu luas2,tengok apa c remon buat utk TANJUNG PAPAT?aku yg membesar d kampung nih tau sebanyak mana pembaharuan yg d bawa oleh remon,meski pun bidang POLITIK kotor kamu nih langsung aku ndak minat!!!!memang ndak dpt d nafikan lg,macai2 remon byk yg dpt projek,itu satu TRUISME!!!pasal memang ada melayu sial kalo ndak silap saitanful namanya,yg memang menjual nama remon d mana2.

    Tdk kira apa jugak parti yg kamu join,biar la rakyat yg d beri keutamaan.....bukan kepentingan peribadi!!!!aku sokong 7 budaya SAPP....tp go to hell to SAPP bila buat usul undi tidak percaya kepada PM!!!!!!ketara btul c butak--butak layer tuh pun TAMAK bila dpt offer dr c GILA KUASA anwar liwat ibrahim.
    aku sokong apa sja yg d buat oleh remon,utk trus jaga rakyat&pengundi2nya....Tp aku takut gara2 macai saitanful yg d peliharanya akan buat dia jatuh pada kemudian hari.....


    AKU BENCI POLITIK!!!!!!!!!!

    September 23, 2008 9:31 AM

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    adei...
    rakyat dari mana pulak nie...
    setau saya lah kan, rakyat yang cakap macam ni, kompom bukan orang dari sini... ni orang sabah ciplak ni... (kali projek ic yang menyebabkan dia jadi bangga dengan tan kiasu)
    tidak apa lah kalau kau inda tau asal usul SAPP. tak payah mau babit2kan orang lain kalau kau ada masalah dengan tan kiasu...
    kalau mau jadi balaci tan kiasu, kau jilat jah tapak kaki tan kiasu.. comfirm dapat projek, dan segala keistemewaan yang diberikan kepada tan kiasu.
    jangan bising-bising di sini...

    p/s: kepada sesiapa yang menulis blog ini... berpada-pada lah pada ayat yang dikeluarkan pada blog ini. siapa yang makan cili, dia yang terasa pedas. BUDI BAHASA BUDAYA KITA. ingatlah slogan ini... sekian.

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  51. 陈树杰请看看许子根的命运,好好策划您的将来。槟城民政党州联委会主席选举尘埃落定,丁福南以10张多数票击败谢观泰,当选民政党槟州联委会主席。选举刚结束,许子根忙拉着两位侯选人的手,提醒他们,不要忘了把槟州政权拿回来。许子根忘了统治槟州39年,民政党,以经变了,他应该回到草根,问一问升斗小民,他们的干受。其它教育经济不谈,只谈交通,卫生,街道拥挤,杂乱无章。308大选,8/26 峇东埔补选,再一次,给民政党和其它华基政党一个信息,好好的自我整顿,离开夺回槟州政权的路还很遥远啦。特以此挫见,与陈树杰共勉之。

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  52. http://www.mysinchew.com/node/16558?tid=4

    Article from Sin Chew Daily:

    RPK to be jailed for 2 years.

    KUALA LUMPUR: A lawyer says a prominent Malaysian political blogger has been jailed for two years under a strict security law.
    Lawyer and opposition politician Gobind Singh Deo says the Home Ministry has signed an order that online commentator Raja Petra Raja Kamarudin should be held for two years in Kamunting detention center.

    Gobind was informed of this Tuesday (23 Sept) by Raja Petra's lawyer, Malik Imtiaz Sarwar. Gobind and Malik work closely together on human rights cases.

    Malik could not immediately be reached.

    Raja Petra was detained on 12 Sept under the Internal Security Act, which allows an initial detention of two months for investigation followed by two years incarceration. The period can be extended indefinitely on the government's discretion. (AP)
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    My comments:

    RPK to be jailed for 2 years under ISA.

    People must sign the petition to release Raja Petra Kamarudin. He is a champion of equality and justice. He must be released for that democracy can be established in Malaysia. Otherwise nobody in Malaysia is safe from the terror of ISA. Please go to the following link to sign the petition:

    http://www.petitiononline.com/isa1234/petition.html

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  53. 'Frankie cannot hang on'

    Tenom: Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) Vice President Datuk Frankie Chong is morally obliged to vacate the Deputy Speaker post after his party left the Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition.

    Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) Melalap Secretary, Simon Mamat, said Chong's position as Deputy Speaker was no longer relevant since SAPP is no longer part of the coalition.

    "The matter is not about the constitution but more a moral obligation and convention that Frankie Chong must vacate the post," he said in a statement, Monday.

    According to Mamat, Chong could not be "amphibious and live in two different sets of environment".

    "If he is really fighting for the SAPP's political idealism through the opposition then he should no longer be in the Government's side," he said.

    And Tan ?

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  54. Rakyat Sabah,

    Akupun sangat sangat benci ada orang Sabah macam kau yang betul betul tidak tahu menilai apa itu Politik. Kita Sabahan bukanlah diberi betis nakkan paha, cuma kita nak Kerajaan Persekutuan menunaikan tanggung jawap yang sepatutnya serta menghormati hak hak yang termaktub dalam syarat syarat kemasukan Sabah dalam Malaysia. Salahkah YTL dan SAPP memperjuangkan hak kita?

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  55. Sorry my comment should be to the comment's by anonymous sept.23. 914AM. My appology to Rakyat SABAH

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  56. monsopiad said...
    Rakyat Sabah,

    Akupun sangat sangat benci ada orang Sabah macam kau yang betul betul tidak tahu menilai apa itu Politik. Kita Sabahan bukanlah diberi betis nakkan paha, cuma kita nak Kerajaan Persekutuan menunaikan tanggung jawap yang sepatutnya serta menghormati hak hak yang termaktub dalam syarat syarat kemasukan Sabah dalam Malaysia. Salahkah YTL dan SAPP memperjuangkan hak kita?

    September 23, 2008 4:00 PM

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    Dear Monsopiad....

    sy sebagai rakyat sabah sangat2 menyukung apa yg YTL & SAPP perjuangkan untuk kita...
    sangat2 menghargai...
    tapikan... cara kau cakap macam main lapas saja... tau lah kau benci politik... sy pun benci politik juga..... mau tengok juga cara pemerintahan macam mana...
    kalau lah tan kiasu jadi cm next time.... apa kau dapat, habuk pun tada dapat oh....
    penting kan diri saja itu tan kiasu.... belum cukup pandai mo perintah kerajaan... projek suma main sapu saja...
    YTL & SAPP tetap perjuangkan hak kita... diorang sanggup korbankan party sendiri dan diri sendiri untuk hak kita... tapi apa yang diorang dapat dari rakyat... tohmahan dan cacian saja... macam2 mau tuduh.. ikut pakatan lah... tapi, rakyat2 di sabah lupa, yg tidak lama lagi negeri (sabah) diorang akan dijajah oleh umno2 yang perampas....
    habis lah orang2 jati sabah... org lain nak pertahan kan sabah, tapi diperburuk2 kan... bila pemimpin lain pandang sebelah mata, nanti kena cakap tidak pandai buat kerja.. tapi bila ada pihak yang nak mempertahankan hak2 sabah, ada pulak nak menentang...
    haizzzz... tak paham lumrah dunia....

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  57. I have chosen a nice name for Tan's new party called PKS "Parti Kiasu Sabah"

    All ex-SAPP members, stooges and running dogs can join this new party.

    Hidup PKS, Hidup Parti Kiasu Sabah!

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  58. Why not in Malaysia?

    Romanian labour minister sacked over corruption suspicions
    Category : Europe (World)
    Bucharest - Romanian President Traian Basescu dismissed Labour Minister Paul Pacuraru Tuesday after the state's anti- corruption prosecutor opened an investigation against him. Pacuraru is suspected of corruption and abuse of office. Among other thin...
    Link : http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/233685,romanian-labour-minister-sacked-over-corruption-suspicions.html

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  59. Why not in Malaysia?

    Romanian labour minister sacked over corruption suspicions
    Category : Europe (World)
    Bucharest - Romanian President Traian Basescu dismissed Labour Minister Paul Pacuraru Tuesday after the state's anti- corruption prosecutor opened an investigation against him. Pacuraru is suspected of corruption and abuse of office. Among other thin...
    Link : http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/233685,romanian-labour-minister-sacked-over-corruption-suspicions.html

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  60. Why not in Malaysia?

    Romanian labour minister sacked over corruption suspicions
    Category : Europe (World)
    Bucharest - Romanian President Traian Basescu dismissed Labour Minister Paul Pacuraru Tuesday after the state's anti- corruption prosecutor opened an investigation against him. Pacuraru is suspected of corruption and abuse of office. Among other thin...
    Link : http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/233685,romanian-labour-minister-sacked-over-corruption-suspicions.html

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  61. Raymond Tan is really a thick-skinned Chinese, and only this type of character can survive in their imaginery world of getting more riches.

    The Sabah Rakyat have seen thru' this real traitor of the Chinese people, just like any running dogs during the Japanese occupation.

    I am a Chinese and just as ashamed on behalf of all the Chinese in Sabah that he can behave like a tyrant and still want to hang on to the DCM post.

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  62. always corrupted agencySeptember 23, 2008 at 8:54 PM

    Wow! Now only i know there's a Sabahan who is so influential that even the PM has to 'kow-tow' to him!

    *********************************

    Investigate whether Pak Lah interfered in probe, ACA told

    Malaysiakini Sep 23, 08 6:20pm


    PKR Youth has urged the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) to investigate a Barisan Nasional leader's claim that Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi had allegedly intervened in a corruption probe.

    The claim was made by disgruntled ex-Sabah Progressive Party(Sapp) deputy chief Raymond Tan who claimed that he stopped Abdullah from arresting party president Yong Teck Lee in June.

    An English-language daily in Sabah quoted Tan, who is also the state deputy chief minister, on Saturday as saying that the premier wanted ACA to arrest Yong after the Sapp president spearheaded a no-confidence vote against the premier.

    Tan made the revelation when he defended himself against claims of ingratitude by failing to support the Sapp pullout. Tan then claimed he had pleaded to Abdullah not to arrest Yong.

    Tan and Yong have fallen out after the former disagreed with the party’s move to quit the BN coalition.

    'Contradicts his pledge'

    In a statement today, PKR Youth chief Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin urged the ACA to step in and launch a probe into Tan’s revelation, which he described as “shocking”.

    “Abdullah has said repeatedly prior to this that he never interfered in the investigation of any enforcement agency and it was his effort to make them free from the executive’s interference,” he said.

    “(If the claim is true), it is not impossible to understand why hundreds of our complaints sent to the ACA were thrown into the rubbish bin although they came with solid evidence while whatever case that involves Pakatan Rakyat, the ACA will take immediate action,” he added.

    The PKR politician said the claim, if true, would contradict Abdullah’s pledge to be committed in fighting graft and would prove the public perception of executive interference in such matters.

    Shamsul also called on Abdullah to issue an explanation on the matter.

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  63. Raymond Tan is a hungry dog, he must be holding millions worth of project otherwise why still begging BN not to kick his arse out. Sabah Chinese will not respect traitor like him, only those wanted his project support his arse now. What a shame to have such low life politician.

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  64. Sad to know that Tan, Au and Jimmy went around the CLCs, branches trying to pinch SAPP members and urging them to join their group.

    While many rejected them, some who are closer to them joined them for the sake of friendship and NOT their 'cause'.

    I would suggest they go and invite non-SAPP members instead of trying their dirty tactics pinching and enticing SAPP members (especially our Muslim and KDM members) to leave the beloved party.

    Such shameless people will meet their destiny when come Elections!

    God Bless SAPP!

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  65. Tan made the revelation when he defended himself against claims of ingratitude by failing to support the Sapp pullout. Tan then claimed he had pleaded to Abdullah not to arrest Yong.
    --------
    If that is the case, I think 99% of Umno politicians holding positions will be caught with corruption if the ACA was independent..ombudsman.

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  66. My letter to Musa,

    So far as I know, SAPP under Datuk Yong, has supported you as Sabah CM, I believed that Yong is your good friend.

    I also believed that Yong and You can make we, Sabahans, a better future!

    Why can't we make the KL guys give what we want? If not Badawi (hopeless to me), can Najib deliver? Or the others e.g. Muhyddin? Do they care???

    Why Anwar can agree and not them (UMNO) to the issues that were raised by SAPP?

    You (Musa) can be a man who can turn the tables since you are the chief in sabah.

    We had our chances, but it is only this time, our chances or odds are higher.

    Show us your spirit as a Sabahan!

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  67. Jangan bilang 2000 ikut Raymong Tan keluar SAPP, Isteri dia c carol tu pun tak pernah dilihat dia hadir majlis majlis sama ada Rasmi atau tak rasmi.... ambil kesimpulan...sedangkan isteri sebagai teman setia pun dia tak dapat kawal...apa lagi orang yang berpendirian lain dari dia...dahlah ....tanyalah ahli ahli clc dia di sandakan tu...berapa kali dia pulang buat kerja sebagai ADUN ?..Dia sentiasa di kementerian...sebab banyak yang mau di pok $$$$....

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  68. http://www.mysinchew.com/
    node/16595

    Quote from Sin Chew Daily:

    They (Najib’s supporters) argue that unless Abdullah hands over the reins of power quickly, Umno is likely to be booted from power by Anwar's opposition alliance, which is threatening to eject the government by securing a majority in Parliament through defections from the ruling coalition.

    They insist that Najib will be able to consolidate the various factions in Umno and renew the party's dominance in the Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition. The coalition is showing signs of cracks because of differences over race and religion among its ethnic-based component parties.
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    No UMNO leader can rule through racist fear.

    How can Najib renew UMNO’s dominance? The reason Badawi failed is due to the disgust of the Chinese, the Indians, and other non-Malays over the continued marginalization that has lasted for more than 45 years. Many fair-minded Malays are also disgusted with the thuggish marginalization of the minorities. Can Najib implement policies that would institute equality and justice? Obviously not. It is equally clear that the supporters of Najib think that the way to restore the dominance of the UMNO is by using terrorist tactics of siccing the ISA on the opposition. But the arrests of Teresa Kok, Tan Hoon Cheng, and Raja Petra Kamarudin have already stirred up international condemnations from all the civilized world and within Malaysia. Even the Law Minister Zaid was so disgusted with this mindless terrorist tactic that he resigned his post. Therefore, is it likely that Najib could use the ISA and ASA to terrorize the opposition into submission? It is obvious the answer is a resounding NO!

    The threat of arresting opposition and detaining them indefinitely no longer strike fear into the heart of the Malaysian people. It only makes them angry. The anger of the people over the arrest of the 3 is very clear. If Najib is so stupid as not to understand this sea change in the mentality of the Malaysian people, then he will only push more of the people into the arms of the opposition and give Anwar and PR an even bigger majority when they take over the government. PR might even end up with more than 2/3 majority. Then the new PR government could abolish NEP and all the iniquitous quotas without the help of UMNO and other BN remnants.

    The winds of change is now blowing away from racist dictatorship to a more racially equitable relationship. Those who cannot promote this new desire of the people will be blown away by this wind of change. In the end, Najib cannot stand against this wind of change if he wants to maintain the old iniquitous racist dominance. Nor can the racist UMNO be able to stand against this wind of change by using the ISA, the police, and the Malay Regiments to terrorize and to suppress the opposition. The majority of the Malaysian people will not permit it. The international community will not permit it. In the end, no matter who assumed the presidency of UMNO, it has to make peace with the Malaysian people to usher in a new age of genuine equality and racial harmony. Otherwise, all racist bigots will simply be blown away by the new will of the people. And since UMNO’s agenda is still the maintenance of racist domination, nobody can perpetrate that task.

    In the end, UMNO is headed to oblivion. It will simply disintegrate after he loses the government. The members will split into three parts. One part will join the opposition and be incorporated into PKR. One part will organize a new party with the aim of attracting support through implementing the wishes of the people which is a harmonious and equitable society. It will act as watchdog over the PR government to make sure that the wishes of the people are implemented. The last part will be comprised of the old diehard racists who want to regain the old dominance of the Malays supremacy. But these will be like the neo-Nazis in the US. Ultimately they will become the laughing stock of the modernized Malaysian people who understand the values of equality and justice and the need of them for the growth and development of a robust economy on which the people depend for a high standard of living that they deserve.

    In the final analysis, UMNO is doomed in its goal of political dominance through racist terrorization. No matter who is the head of UMNO, he can no longer rule Malaysia through fear. Therefore, UMNO is doomed.

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  69. Anonymous said...
    Jangan bilang 2000 ikut Raymong Tan keluar SAPP, Isteri dia c carol tu pun tak pernah dilihat dia hadir majlis majlis sama ada Rasmi atau tak rasmi.... ambil kesimpulan...sedangkan isteri sebagai teman setia pun dia tak dapat kawal...apa lagi orang yang berpendirian lain dari dia...dahlah ....tanyalah ahli ahli clc dia di sandakan tu...berapa kali dia pulang buat kerja sebagai ADUN ?..Dia sentiasa di kementerian...sebab banyak yang mau di pok $$$$....

    September 24, 2008 11:20 AM

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    BETUL, BETUL....
    aku sukung pa yang ko cakap tu....
    sgt2 sukung.. kau tinguk jah pemimpin2 yg kecil daripada tan kiasu... kalau p majlis2, mesti bawa isteri tersayang, tak kira majlis tu besar atau kecil.... mesti isteri di sebelah suami...
    erm.. tan kiasu jah yang susah kita mau tinguk isteri dia... sebab dia tak pikir family, dia pikir $$$$....
    betul tu.. datang p opis dia di sandakan, pun jarang-jarang.. ni kan 2000 org.. persetan lah... sy indalah picaya!!! bukan buli pakai dia punya statement ni... mangkali org2 UMNO jah yang ikut dia....
    tan kiasu pandang org bawahan dia macam doggy saja tu... tedang sana sini...
    ah!! kalau yg jilat tapak kaki dia... baru UP sikit.. tu pun, jangan bagi UP sangat nanti pandai pijak kepala pulak...

    so, kesimpulannya di sini!!! siapakah 2000 orang itu????????

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  70. It's reported in the news media that ACA will be made independent from PM's Department after Hong Kong's ICAC model. The same sentiment was expressed by some Government officials before the 12nd General Election. But it fizzled out soon thereafter and it resurfaced again a few weeks ago. I hope this time PM Badawi is serious about it, and appointed staff are really independent from interference ws well as refrain from fabrication of evidence.

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  71. Wah Raymond u vely famous now, tell whole Malaysia, You beg Padana Mintili not to catch YTL....Now whole of Malaysia knows...

    Maybe you like to read you story...
    http://www.sabahforum.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=14&st=0&sk=t&sd=d&start=0

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  72. To Mr Raymond Tan, are you the DCM for only Tanjung Papat resident or the DCM for the whole Sabah?

    I never see you help any Sabah chinese except the tanjung papat folks?

    You are simply NOT FIT to be DCM for Sabah. You bring disgrace to Sabah Chinese because YOU HAVE DONE NOTHING TO HELP THE SABAH CHINESE.

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  73. In all his years as a YB and a member of the sabah cabinet, datuk raymond tan has never said anything substantive. he likes to think and portray himself as a leader by virtue of his good fortune of being at the right place at the right time. but who does he lead? what does he represent in terms of sabah rights, illegal immigrants, chinese education, regional development imbalance, oil royalties, etc etc. raymond is the master of neutraility. then suddenly he dropped a bombshell (trouble is he was too naive to know it was explosive!) when he was desperate to claim some credit for the non-prosecution of yong teck lee. how cheap can a politician get?

    raymond tan has an influence over badawi? are you joking? if raymond was that close to the PM, what has he been doing about all the grouses brought up by his former party, SAPP? Or, am I supposed to think that he only used his proximity to the PM for his own personal interest.

    raymond is one the most aloof YB's i ever had the misfortune to know. he always came late for functions, and left early. he never answer calls to his handphone, nor did he ever responded to emails.

    someone told me raymond tan was going to lead a new party. good luck to him, and good luck to those who follow him. raymond represents nothing but himself. he's a kucingkurap who became a DCM because his mentor, yong, was foolish enough not to want for his own. i really wish he'd form a new party so that he'd come to appreciate the honeymoon he enjoyed with SAPP.

    Yes, Raymond should be investigated. He's too wealthy for a kucingkurap YB.

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  74. 陈树杰?! Phuiii....

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  75. WHAT IS THIS SO CALL LATEMAN TAN if is not because of yong teck lee and SAPP? he is nobody!!!! kaisu tan is the biggest 'po lan pa'. one day u will bang your own balls. u better keep your big bull shit mouth close. god bless u! amen. a shame to Tan surmane.

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  76. reply to tansiekau.
    I DISAGREE with u, how can u judge our DCM yb tan su kait like that. after all he is belong to our tan family. good or bad he is still our brother. of cause, we all like him to get richest and richest.

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  77. cptan said...
    reply to tansiekau.
    I DISAGREE with u, how can u judge our DCM yb tan su kait like that. after all he is belong to our tan family. good or bad he is still our brother. of cause, we all like him to get richest and richest.

    September 25, 2008 2:12 PM

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    good! good!
    ni lah ni kalau sudah kena bagi projek basar-basar....
    berapa lah tan kiasu bagi kau ni ahhh....
    jilat saja tapak kaki tan kiasu...
    kau kipas2 lagi pantat dia...
    memang hebat oh kan kalau kena bagi projek basar-basar.....
    ingat lah... next generation anda... kalau hari ni kauorang sengsara kan rakyat hanya kerana duit....
    tunggulah semasa generasi kauorang datang... baru lah kauorang rasa, bagaimana kauorang semua buat untuk rakyat...

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