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January 15, 2011

Sabah,Sarawak,the Poor Rich Kids!!!


70% of Malaysia’s revenue comes from oil and gas, which comes Terengganu, Sabah and Sarawak. But these are the states, together with Perlis, which are the poorest in Malaysia. They do not receive development proportionate to their contribution to the nation’s coffers.Click here and listen to what RPK said

 

Notes:Im getting SICK and TIRED to talk about this ISSUE for over and over again and i dared,i challenged ANYONE to have a debate in this ISSUE and PLEASE,tell me that this is SO NOT TRUE!!To all my fellow Sabahans and Sarawakians,the time has come,enough is enough,48 years is much more than enough for us.We are here to SECURED and SAFEGUARD a BETTER FUTURE for the NEXT GENERATION!!Let us give a CHANCE to CHANGE!!

Ubah Sekarang,Selamatkan Malaysia!!!

Filed under: Good Governance,Pakatan Rakyat — Pengayau @ 3:42 pm

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January 5, 2011

PKR New Year Gathering at Nanga Budu,Krian,Saratok

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Warm welcome by longhouse folks of Rumah Chandi,Nanga Budu,Krian,Saratok

Mr Ali Biju shaking hands with Mdm Cecelia Siti with Mr Nicholas Bawin,prominent NCR Activist with Mr Stanny Embat,behind him.Both were PKR strongman

The crowd listen attentively to the speakers.

The whole longhouse and in every Biliks or Ruais were fully packed!

Ali Biju giving his speech

This gathering was hosted by Ali Biju at his own longhouse,Rumah Chandi, Nanga Budu, Saratok on 1st January, 2011. Estimated crowd is 1,000 but actually there is many more who had failed to turn out for the gathering due to logistic problems.There were speaker at every bilik’s ruai. Judging by the turn out,this show that Pakatan Rakyat is getting more and more supports from the peoples of N.34 Krian.Beware and be ready Peter Nyaruk!! You’re going to get a TOUGH Battle!!

What developments has you bring to N.34 Krian?We will put you into a retirement soon,very soon! Enough is enough with all your “Janji Bula”,”Projek Anak Manuk” and “Atap Zink”.We want CHANGE!!  Lawan Tetap Lawan!!

Blockade by anembiaks from Rumah Ranggong and Rumah Belili,Ulu Niah


 

This morning representatives from Rumah Ranggong and Rumah Belili, Ulu Niah erected a blockade against Niamas Istimewa Sdn. Bhd., a JV company involving BLD and SLDB which renegade on their promise to develop NCR land of the natives in Ulu Niah under Konsep Baru

The natives have actually taken the company to court-with coming hearing dated on Jan 24th 2011. They decided to set up the blockade because the proceeding in the court is too slow. The company has taken the land and sold to another one later-the Niamas Istimewa Sdn Bhd. There is oil palm planted on the land for years but the natives are not getting their dues under the Konsep Baru joint-ventures because the company keep claiming that they have not started to make profit. This is a common occurrence which give a bad name to the Konsep Baru schemes where the natives are given 30% equity in the joint venture operation. Many natives who operate their own oil palm plantations tend to see better return from their land than these joint-ventures

Their NCR lands has been developed based on the same “Konsep Baru” with SLDB and Bintulu Lumber Development Sdn. Bhd. through their JV company, Niamas Istimewa Sdn. Bhd. in 1999 but was abruptly terminated in 2008 or after 9 years allegedly on the ground that there was no NCR over the land involved in the said project is one of such cases.The JV project was also officially launched by Tan Sri Alfred Jabu in 2001

On 4th December 2008, they have organised a protest with more than 220 people in front of the Kuching High Court holding up placards, the group of about 100 expressed anger over the failure of a plantation company to honour its promises to them.

They had signed a joint venture in 1997 with KTS Group subsidiary Niamas Istimewa Sdn Bhd and Sarawak Land Development Board, a statutory body and a shareholder of Sarawak Plantations Bhd, to develop 2,508 hectares of NCR land for oil palm.

Under the Konsep Baru land development scheme, the landowners would hold 30 percent of the equity, the government agency 10 percent and a private investor 60 percent.

Niamas Istimewa Sdn Bhd had made an initial payment of 10 percent of the agreed sum.

However, they has not paid a single cent of the 30 percent by way of unit trust shares to the landowners over the last 13 years, even though the harvested oil palm has brought returns to the joint-venture (JV) company.

The landowners have also learned that 10 percent of the equity of the JV company has since been sold to the private investor without their knowledge.They had asked Deputy Chief Minister Alfred Jabu and State Land Development Minister James Masing to intercede for them, but that there has been no result.

We had received an email from our own source the very moment we publish this post :

Bro,aku nemu ndar cerita JV tu laban Changgai nya kaban aku.Manah lah sida blockade bakanya,jera.Kena ngajar bala antu gerasi ke makai bala Iban dia

Cerita ia bakatu,mula2 suba, gaga sida dia laban area nya dikumbai tanah NCR,so JV 60,30,10.Udah di endorse Land&Survey Department,Miri.Supritendant ia suba ianya Encik Sejeli Kipli,tapi udah nya enda di recognized Land&Survey Department Kuching

Director ia maianya Encik Baijuri Kipli,menyadi Encik Sejeli Kipli! Tetiba dlm area nya tak bc PL Masjid Negeri Sarawak,semina tinggal 1/3 aja area nya di recognized as NCR Land, ia ke ngelingi kawasan rumah panjai aja!

Bah…kami pan tekenyit! Sapa2 meh meri tanah tu ngagai Lembaga Masjid Negeri. Bisi lah urang bejual ke tanah tu lalu udah nyadi kaya laban nya!

Nya..bakani ko sida dia enda pedis ati deh?Kami ke gawa tu di kumbai urang ngemula ke Rakyat.Perut perutik sida nya.Pulai agai Menteri meh ngatur nya

YB Dr. Rundi ngau Datuk Tiong enda meh ulih ngatur nya bro.Nya ku madah ke sida Changgai, anang nganu kami,ukai kami bula, Perintah ke ngaga utai bakanya.Changgai nya suba siko ari ADC Chairman maianya. Ia ngari ke rumah Ranggong. Siko agi Ai ak Badak.Sama di kumbai urang bula meh kami sebuat,tang sida paham lah…!

Diatu projek nya nadai dijaga kami agi.Nya antara SLDB enggau BLD aja”

An unhappy new fear for Sarawak’s old guard

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An unhappy new fear for Sarawak’s old guard
 
Sarawak’s political elite have accumulated power and startling wealth by taking over land from native communities, but now face the prospect of setbacks in the new year.

The entrenched ‘old guard’, accustomed to holding undisputed control over public life, may be struck by a triple whammy.

Firstly, the courts have overturned several ministerial decisions to award land to crony companies. Land minister James Masing has branded critics of Sarawak’s land policies as “arrogant and ignorant”, but judges have disagreed in several prominent cases, granting local villagers’ Native Customary Rights (NCR) claims to land taken over by the government.

Secondly, the new media has exposed ‘get-rich-quick’ land schemes to the world – and crucially, to many Sarawakians previously force-fed a steady diet of propaganda by state-owned television RTM and local newspapers.

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Thirdly, the ruling political class is now confronted with the prospect of losing the majority of the urban Chinese-dominated seats in Kuching, Sibu, Miri, Sarikei and Bintulu, and even a sizeable number of rural Dayak seats in the upcoming state election to the Pakatan Rakyat.

Political observers are predicting a BN loss of a dozen urban seats, and a similar number of suburban and rural seats. This would be the largest swing since the BN consolidated its power in the 1991 state election, after nearly being replaced by the now-defunct Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS) and Permas in the 1986 ‘Ming Court Affair’.

‘Parade of federal leaders’

Commentators have even speculated that Chief Minister Taib Mahmud may step down immediately before the state election, and allow his deputy Alfred Jabu to lead a caretaker government.

This is seen as a potential last-ditch attempt to defuse criticism of Taib’s financial and land deals, both within and outside the BN, a bold gambit that would remove Taib as the prime target for a Pakatan campaign.

However, other observers point out this ‘shock’ scenario would lead to vicious and potentially insoluble infighting within the state BN since Taib has traditionally imposed his control over the factions in his PBB by playing off political rivals in the party against one another.

azlanUntil now, BN leaders have forged a united front, backing Taib to lead them into the election, saying he is the ‘glue’ that keeps the BN together.

“There has been a groundswell in recent months in northern Sarawak: (Sarawak PKR chief) Baru Bian is expected to win in Ba’kelalan,” an influential Sarawak politician told Malaysiakini, “so there’s been a parade of federal BN leaders visiting Lawas and Limbang, including (information minister) Rais Yatim and (deputy premier) Muhyiddin Yassin this month, and (premier) Najib Razak next month.

“These visits have produced headlines like ‘Lawas may get a new airport’ or ‘Plans afoot for a new hospital’ or ‘Malaysia ready to build bridge at Pandaruan in Limbang’ – they must be terrified of Baru Bian winning,” he said.

NONEBaru Bian (right) is from the minority Lun Bawang ethnic group in a state made up entirely of ethnic minorities. He was raised in Ba’kelalan, a hilly, poor region upriver from Lawas.

Baru Bian, then an independent candidate, lost in Ba’kelalan to Nelson Balang Rining of the BN by 475 votes in the last state polls in 2006. He then mounted an unsuccessful election petition seeking to nullify the result; in his petition, he alleged Nelson Balang and his agents had resorted to vote-buying by giving cash to voters.

‘Game changing’ rulings

Baru Bian and a handful of other land rights lawyers have been responsible for a string of recent landmark rulings in NCR cases against the state government. The judgments have returned forests to native Iban, Malay and other landowners throughout Sarawak, following intrusion by logging or plantation business interests with powerful backers in the government.

NONE“These cases are changing the game,” says Muhin Urip, a native land rights advocate. “These rural people are showing real courage, standing up to the state government, and to the big bullies in the logging sector. They’ve shown no fear, even after they were harassed by gangsters, by police and by the authorities.”

The NCR judgments hinged on the native plaintiffs demonstrating that they had cleared or used land, for dwellings, fruit trees, burial sites or shrines, or usual rights of way to their farms or cemeteries, before the beginning of 1958.

The state government has insisted that the onus of proof lies squarely on the native communities themselves. Aerial photographs dating from colonial times have been invaluable in helping native villagers win their NCR lawsuits.

The Federal Court, the highest legal authority in Malaysia, has recognised that forests reserved for hunting and collecting produce, or ‘pulau’, and the territorial area in which the forest is located, or ‘pemakai menoa’, fall under the realm of NCR.

But the state government has not, to date, altered its land policies.

High-profile Penan lawsuits

Over the past decade, Baru Bian has taken on several high-profile Penan NCR battles, including a new Ba Jawi lawsuit announced last week.

azlanHowever, the Penan have yet to win a pivotal legal decision, similar to those obtained by the Malays and Ibans in Sarawak, and the Orang Asli in the peninsula.

This is because Penan NCR claims are complicated by the fact that most of the 12,000 to 15,000 Penan have only settled in the last few decades. The Penan were mainly nomadic, with precious few permanent crops or dwellings, before 1958.

But lawyers for the Penan argue their NCR claims are no different from other communities’, since the Penan also rely on the forests for their food and survival. They say the traditional Penan practice of ‘molong’, putting aside forest resources for shared use, is almost identical to the Iban custom of preserving ‘pulau’ for communal use.

“By and through their customary practice, mostly characterised as ‘molong’, tribal groups of the nomadic Penan lived in and within distinct territories. Traditional dwelling huts called ‘lamin toro‘ were left behind as distinct marks of earlier settlements,” the Ba Jawi plaintiffs said, in their statement of claim to the High Court.

“Ba Jawi Penans, like the 200-plus communities who have taken companies and the Sarawak government to court for NCR land rights, are being forced to seek the judgments for justice and for the people’s rights to be defended,” said See Chee How, a lawyer for the Ba Jawi villagers.

“Beyond the court case, the untold sufferings of the Ba Jawi people and others in similar cases mustn’t be hidden. Land to the native people isn’t just property, it’s a crucial aspect of the living history of the community, and very much the lifeline of the people.”

Land rights and elections will certainly contribute to an intriguing new year in Sarawak. KERUAH USIT is a human rights activist – ‘anak Sarawak, bangsa Malaysia’. This weekly column is an effort to provide a voice for marginalised Malaysians. Keruah Usit can be contacted at keruah_usit@yahoo.com.

Will filthy rich Taib finally call it quits?

Filed under: Sarawak Politics,State Election,Taib Must Go — Pengayau @ 4:12 am

 

Taken from Free Malaysia Today

KUCHING: Speculation that Sarawak’s longest-serving Chief Minister Taib Mahmud might step down following his recent marriage to a young Arabic woman has resurfaced.

Currently, Taib and his young wife are away honeymooning in Paris. Word on the ground is that as soon as he returns to Sarawak this month, he will be tendering his resignation from his post which he has held for more than 30 years.

Taib’s deputy, Alfred Jabu Anank Numpang, is expected to take over as acting chief minister.
Jabu, the deputy president of Pesaka Bumiputers Bersatu (PBB), will also be assigned to lead the state Barisan Nasional (BN) into the next state election which must be called before July 2011.

The latest rumours have generated interest not only among the public, but also among Taib’s Cabinet ninisters. One has even asked his aides to find out more “details” of the rumours.
According to the political grapevine here, after the state elections Jabu will step aside and give way to someone that Taib can trust.

Currently two names are being tossed about as possible replacement for Taib.  One of them is Wahab Dollah, a Melanau and the MP for Igan.

He is tipped to contest in Taib’s current state seat of Balingian in the coming election. The other name mentioned is the former federal minister, Effendi Norwawi.

Adenan Satem, a one-time a leading contender to the post of chief minister may, however, be given another appointment.

Some say he may be appointed the next Sarawak governor. He is currently the special adviser to the chief minister, holding the rank of a minister.

KL fears Taib’s scandal

State Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Abang Johari Openg, who is also a deputy president of PBB, has been relegated to the bottom of the list.

Eventhough Kuala Lumpur wants Johari to take over as the next chief minister, Taib does not trust him.

In fact, the acrimony between Johari’s family and Taib go back to the construction of the Merdeka Hotel about 10 years ago. The hotel is owned by Johari’s family members.

Until today no government function is allowed to be held at the hotel according to a “directive” from Taib. Such is the extent of their enmity.

But for the sake of “Muslim unity” they appear to be in good terms. Taib’s uncharacteristic lack of resistence to Kuala Lumpur’s pressure for him to step down is rumoured to be linked to a forecast by his personal bomoh.
Rumour is that the bomoh has warned Taib to step down before the state election, otherwise something “bad” will happen to him.

Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, meanwhile, does not want Taib to be the main campaign issue against the Barisan Nasional in the state election.

Primary cause

During the May 2010 Sibu by-election, Taib was said to have been the primary cause for the loss of Bandar Sibu, the BN’s stronghold to DAP.

In the coming election, Najib does not want allegations of abuse of power, corruption, nepotism and cronyism to be used against Taib and the BN.

Extensive reports of abuse and Taib’s colossal wealth in Sarawak and abroad have been widely circulated on the web.

Among the allegations exposed by online newsportal Sarawak Report are Taib’s billion dollars worth of foreign properties in Australia, Canada, the US and London, NCR lands being leased to his crony companies and members of his family and land grab issues.

Taib has not responded to any one of these allegations. Local reporters have been barred from asking Taib questions regarding these allegations.

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency (MACC), too, has remained conspicuously silent although several reports have been lodged with the MACC against Taib.

MACC’s silence is irking opposition parties which are shoring up voter support in Sarawak by flagging Taib’s alleged pillage of Sarawak.

Read also Antu Beduru posting Wedding of the Year on 15th January, 2011. and This is your future Chief Minister!

Terima Kasih BN(Barang Naik),barang ku naik lagi

Filed under: Good Governance,Public Issues — Pengayau @ 12:30 am
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Harga petrol RON97 akan dinaikkan 10 sen lagi kepada RM2.40 seliter berkuatkuasa tengah malam ini, mengikut sumber.

Bagaimanapun harga petrol RON 95 kekal tidak berubah pada RM1.85 seliter.

Harga petrol RON 97 sejak tahun lalu, tidak ditetapkan kerajaan kerana ia diapung mengikut pasaran minyak dunia semasa.

Pada 1 Nov lalu, harga petrol RON97 dinaikkan 5 sen menjadi RM2.15 seliter dan akhir bulan yang sama ia dinaikkan lagi 15 sen lagi kepada RM2.30 seliter.

Harga minyak tanah juga naik 10 sen kepada RM2.50 seliter.

Syabas Kerajaan BN kerana sekali lagi menaikan harga minyak RON97.Pada 1 Disember 2010,harga RON97 dinaikkan 15 sen kepada RM2.30 seliter.Sekarang,naik lagi 10 sen ke RM2.40.Penstrukturan Semula Subsid (Kata Datuk Seri Idris Jala)

Teruskan menyokong Kerajaan BN kerana kadar inflasi negara akan bertambah berlipat ganda.Terima kasih juga kepada PM Najib yang telah mentadbir urus ekonomi negara sehingga hutang negara meningkat naik,kos kehidupan rakyat meningkat2,lebih tinggi daripada Bangunan 100 tingkat Rosmah

Rasuah masih berleluasa dan mengikut buku The Malaysian Maverick,Malaysia telah kehilangan sebanyak 100 Billion semenjak era Tun M oleh ketirisan dan kebocoran di sebab kan RASUAH

Apa yg bakal kita dengar selepas ini ialah slogan standard daripada Kerajaan BN, “Ubah cara hidup,Kurang kan gula dalam makanan”

Rakyat dapat berubah dan mengubah cara hidup tapi persoalan nya,adakah Kerajaan mahu dan mampu berubah atau mengubah perbelanjaan negara?Mengurang kan ketirisan?Mengurang kan rasuah?Mengurang kan pembaziran?Mengurang kan pembinaan projek2 Mega yg tidak membawa manfaat kepada semua Rakyat kecuali sekerat dua golongan Elitist?

Tun M dgn Menara Berkembar Petronas yg sehingga kini masih bnyk yg kosong,Najib pula dengan Menara Warisan 100 tingkat semasa ekonomi negara masih parah dan sedang dalam proses pemulihan.Wahh,Bijak sungguh urus tadbir kerajaan BN/APCO

Rakyat ataupun Kerajaan yang patut Berubah? Ataupun Rakyat patut mengubah Kerajaan?

Ps:Ini hanya peringkat ketiga dalam proses Penyelarasan dan Penstrukturan Semula Subsidi Minyak

January 4, 2011

Wedding of the Year on 15th January, 2011.

Filed under: Taib Must Go — Pengayau @ 9:30 pm
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Thanks to Antu Beduru

Antu Beduru is happy to inform Sarawakians that on last Sunday night (2nd January, 2011), a wedding reception was held in the United Arab Emirates. It was attended by no less than our Prime Minister Dato Seri Najib Razak, his beautiful wife Rosmah Mansor and a host of dignitaries and members of royalty from Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei and even within the Arab countries.

Whose wedding? Our very own beloved Chief Minister and his lovely new Lebanese wife! This wedding was the bersanding sebelah pengantin perempuan or wedding reception by the bride’s side. We were reliably informed that it was a glittering affair and the the groom looked positively youthful and his bride radiantly glorious, bedecked in the costliest jewels money can buy!

Unfortunately, we don’t have pictures of the event but we are trying our best to prepare to get pictures for the next big bersanding sebelah pengantin lelaki to be held on Saturday 15th January! We hear it is going to be a lavish billion dollar official State Banquet, no less!

Yes, Antu Beduru is happy to announce that Sarawak and Sarawakians will see the grandest WEDDING OF THE YEAR in two weeks’ time! In fact, we might even get to hear the News of the Century on the same day – the official stepping down of our beloved Chief Minister as he prepares to be our next Governor with his new blushing bride at his side as our TYT Toh Puan!

Who’s paying for this wedding? YOU of course, the tax payer!

January 3, 2011

Respect,Tolerance and Compromise ala 1Malaysia?

Filed under: 1Malaysia,Barisan Nasional,Religious Freedom — Pengayau @ 11:00 am
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Taken from Malaysian Insider

 

Utusan’s Ridhuan Tee defends removal of crosses at Xmas party

 KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 2 — Utusan Malaysia columnist Dr Ridhuan Tee Abdullah defended today the action by aides of Datuk Seri Najib Razak who sought the removal of Christian symbols at a Christmas gathering a week ago.
 
The conservative Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia lecturer said the instruction did not violate freedom of religion, and urged the Christians to respect the prime minister’s Islamic faith.

“In my opinion if there is any truth in the report, the request of the prime minister’s office is tolerable. It has nothing to do with violation of religious freedom, except for those who seek political mileage,” said Tee in his weekly column published by Utusan Malaysia’s Sunday edition, Mingguan Malaysia.

Notes:He is staunch supporter of UMNO,so what do we expect?This is 1Malaysia as being championed by our Prime Minister Najib?Yes,talking about Respect.Is it a Mutual Respect or a One Sided Respect?

He said Christians have never been prevented from celebrating Christmas despite forming less than ten per cent of the population and indicated that the community should tone down its celebration to reflect its population size.

“Christmas celebration sometimes looks as if they form more than 50 per cent of the population. Out of respect for religious freedom, no restriction has been imposed, although it should be celebrated moderately as they are less than ten per cent of the population,” he added.

Notes:This is what happen when someone or somebody starts to talk about Majority Vs Minority.Why do you have to talk about majority and minority?By being a majority,you have more authority to imposed restrictions and tolerance to the minority?Why do we have to moderate ourself in our Religion and Belief?Isnt it something that we called Injustice as far as the Article 11 of the Federal Constitution is concerned!!

Last week, The Malaysian Insider reported that Najib’s aides had instructed church officials to remove crucifixes and other overt Christian symbols from being displayed at the party grounds in Bukit Nanas before the PM’s visit, in their zeal to protect his Islamic credentials.

Hymns and prayers were also barred.

Sources disclosed that the orders were issued without the PM’s knowledge. He is now away on holidays in Dubai and is due to return this week.

Notes:With or without PM knowledge is not the issue.The issue is such order shouldnt arise at all!! We have former aide to the Prime Minister who made a Racist remarks and here goes another one,a Religious Bigots!! Again.1Malaysia Slogan is questionable!

It was Najib’s first time attending a Christian function in his official role since taking over power in April 2009.

Tee, however, said Najib’s presence at the Christmas celebration was a major compromise made as a Muslim.

“True, Christians have every right to mark the celebration. But shouldn’t they show some respect to the prime minister as the No 1 leader who is a Muslim?” asked Tee.

Notes:Like i said,Respect and Tolerance should be in MUTUAL.Compromise?Yes.dont talk about Compromise when you only compromise in 1 thing but say NO to the other 10!!Shouldnt the Prime Minister or BN Government compromised too with the Christians regarding the usage of the words “ALLAH” with the Christians?Why do you need to imposed restrictions to others in the name of  “Compromise”?

“According to the Islamic laws, Muslims are not supposed to attend many of the non-Islamic celebrations, but for the sake of promoting tolerance and harmony, our leaders decided to close one eye.

Notes:If that is the case,if it is probihited according to Islamic Laws,why dont he just choose not to attend it?This issue would never arise at all.Isnt it something that we called Hypocracy?Or his attendance to the gathering is just a Political Gimmick to win over the hearts of the Christians?

“In my opinion, even without the instruction, the church should have understood Muslim sensitivities in the country after 53 years of independence. However, if it is no longer an issue, I suggest for the Selangor or Kelantan mentri besar to one day officiate the opening of a temple or a church. I am confident non-Muslims too would not be comfortable if we have them attend Islamic celebrations in mosques,” he added.

Both states mentioned are run by Pakatan Rakyat (PR) governments and have been subject to criticisms by Tee, who has never hidden his admiration for Umno and its policies.

Notes:Now,that is a Political question!! If one claimed that someonelse purposely raise up this issue for Political Mileage,so how does he justify this type of question? Apolitical?

Tee also said that Najib would suffer political setback if his aides had not taken the precautions.

Notes:Damn if he DO and damn if he DONT!He is being traped by his own rhetoric Slogan of 1Malaysia

“Imagine if the prime minister was not cautious when entering the ‘house of worship’, pictures of the prime minister with a crucifix over his head would surface. It will be politicised by the opposition,” said Tee.

“I still remember how a crucifix was used to undermine a Muslim leader not too long ago. It does not matter who did it, but the incident should be a lesson,” he added.

He was referring to the campaign in Election 1990 when photographs of then Semangat 46 leader Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah wearing a Kadazan headgear with a crucifix symbol was distributed. The photograph was printed by Umno-controlled newspapers on the eve of the election and was said to have helped secure victory by Barisan Nasional (BN) under then prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Notes:Million Dollar question is,who has Politicised it before?Wasnt it UMNO?Now,please put your brain in your head.The same issue that you raised up is only pointing 10 other issues to yourself or UMNO or perhaps,your own Party

Tee said to avoid similar controversy in the future, Christmas celebrations should be held in public places and not in church grounds.

“We hardly see hari raya open house celebrations being held in mosques out of respect to non-Muslim’s sensitivity. Celebrations are usually held in public places to avoid controversy. The main objective is unity,” he said.

Notes:Again,it shows that you are suggesting and imposed restrictions to others!! It is our Religion and Belief,it is not you or anyonelse to imposed restrictions or guidelines to us the Christians!! Unity yes,but what kind of Unity?Ask yourself!!

The Christmas party last week was hosted by Catholic Archbishop Tan Sri Murphy Pakiam and held at the car park of his official residence in Cardijn House in Jalan Bukit Nanas.

Ps:I have no problems with the Muslims or Islam,in fact some of my own relatives were married to Muslims,there would be a True Unity in every sense of words if we kick this Racial and Religious Bigots out in the next General Election.Without UMNO,Malaysia would be a better place for all Malaysians irrespective of Race and Religions.

As far as UMNO is concerned,there is no such thing as RESPECT,TOLERANCE and COMPROMISE!!

Perbandingan Prestasi Tadbir Urus Kerajaan Negeri BN Dan Pakatan Rakyat

Filed under: Good Governance,Pakatan Rakyat — Pengayau @ 12:50 am

 Di tujukan khas kepada semua  Bloggers2 upahan Unit Media Baru PBB/BN Sarawak

 Di petik daripada  KPRU

Selepas dekat 3 tahun berlakunya perubahan politik pada 8 Mac 2008, satu pengesahan kepada prestasi tadbir urus negeri di bawah pentadbiran Barisan Nasional dan Pakatan Rakyat telah disediakan oleh Kajian Politik untuk Perubahan  (KPRU).

Lima negeri dalam dua kategori berasingan, iaitu Johor, Pahang dengan Selangor; dan juga Melaka dengan Pulau Pinang, telah dipilih untuk membuat perbandingan dari tiga sudut: pengurusan kewangan, pentadbiran negeri dan pendemokrasian masing-masing.

PENGURUSAN KEWANGAN

Johor/Pahang dengan Selangor

Secara keseluruhannya, proses membaiki status kewangan negeri telah bermula di Kerajaan Negeri Selangor, namun langkah pemantapan prestasi kewangan Kerajaan Negeri Johor dan Pahang belum lagi mempamerkan perubahan positif. Tahap kemantapan pengurusan kewangan dapat dilihat daripada Laporan Ketua Audit Negara yang mengesyorkan supaya Selangor meneruskan perbelanjaan berhemat dan terus berusaha mengutip baki pinjaman boleh dituntut di samping usaha berterusan terhadap kutipan tunggakan bayaran pinjaman boleh dituntut, manakala Johor dan Pahang disyorkan perlu mempertingkat dan memperkukuhkan lagi prestasi kewangan (Johor), dan perlu mengamalkan perbelanjaan berhemat (Pahang).

Dari segi Nisbah Semasa, Kerajaan Negeri Selangor memperoleh nisbah lebih daripada 1, manakala Kerajaan Negeri Johor dan Pahang memperoleh nisbah kurang daripada 1.[1] Fakta ini menunjukkan bahawa kecairan tunai Kerajaan Negeri Johor dan Pahang adalah rendah untuk menampung jumlah tanggungan semasa.

Dari segi defisit, ketiga-tiga negeri mencatat defisit, iaitu Johor RM70.35 juta, Pahang RM42.27 juta dan Selangor RM65.96 juta.[2] Namun begitu, defisit Negeri Pahang dan Johor adalah lebih parah jika berbanding dengan Selangor apabila diambil kira faktor kutipan hasil.

Keadaan di Negeri Pahang menunjukkan bahawa prestasi kewangan Kerajaan Negeri semakin menurun dengan ketara sejak tahun 2007 kerana hasil kutipan tidak dapat menampung perbelanjaan tahunan.[3] Kerajaan Pahang telah membentangkan belanjawan defisit untuk tahun ke-12 berturut-turut sehingga tahun 2010.[4] Bagi Negeri Johor, tahap defisit tahun 2009 adalah yang tertinggi dalam tempoh lima tahun kebelakangan.[5]

Selain itu, gabungan hasil kedua-dua buah negeri adalah sebanyak RM1,243 juta berbanding dengan hasil Negeri Selangor sebanyak RM1,764 juta, tetapi gabungan defisit adalah sebanyak RM120.95 juta, iaitu lebih kurang satu kali ganda lebih tinggi daripada defisit Selangor yang berjumlah RM65.96 juta.

Analisis Perbandingan Antara Hasil dengan Perbelanjaan Mengurus Kerajaan Negeri Barisan Nasional dan Pakatan Rakyat Bagi Tempoh 2005 hingga 2009

  2005
(RM juta)
2006
(RM juta)
2007
(RM juta)
2008
(RM juta)
2009
(RM juta)
Johor          
Hasil 617.18 693.22 779.60 812.36 750.42
Perbelanjaan Mengurus 656.67 686.09 775.08 882.71 829.10
Lebihan/(Defisit) (39.49) 7.13 4.52 (70.35) (78.68)
Pahang          
Hasil 485.70 435.69 441.04 481.84 492.14
Perbelanjaan Mengurus 412.98 363.52 422.91 508.96 534.41
Lebihan/(Defisit) 72.72 72.17 18.13 (27.12) (42.27)
Johor + Pahang          
Hasil 1,102.88 1,128.91 1,220.64 1,294.20 1,242.56
Perbelanjaan Mengurus 1,069.65 1,049.61 1,197.99 1,391.67 1,363.51
Lebihan/(Defisit) 33.23 79.30 22.65 (97.47) (120.95)
Selangor          
Hasil 967.76 1,160.20 1,285.10 1,516.34 1,763.86
Perbelanjaan Mengurus 1,034.50 1,087.69 1,153.22 1,467.24 1,829.82
Lebihan/(Defisit) (66.74) 72.51 131.88 49.10 (65.96)

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January 2, 2011

BERUBAHLAH!!

Filed under: Baru Bian — Pengayau @ 10:00 am
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PKR will bring the change that Sarawak desperately needs. We will return the trees, the lands and the rivers to the people. Corruption will stop. Taib will continue to hand over the State’s wealth and resources to Putrajaya and the preferred elite. PKR, led by Baru Bian in Sarawak, will not steal. Thirty years is enough! The time is now! BERUBAHLAH!

PKR tetap berhasrat untuk membawa perubahan untuk Sarawak, yang telah lama dibelengu kesengsaraan. Kami berhasrat untuk mengembalikan hutan belantara, tanah dan sungai kepada mereka yang memilikinya. Rasuah akan dibasmi sepenuhnya. Taib hanya akan menyerahkan hasil kekayaan Sarawak kepada Putrajaya serta golongan elitis yang tamak haloba. PKR, di bawah kepimpinan Baru Bian, tidak akan mencuri. Cukuplah setakat tiga puluh tahun! Sekaranglah masanya! BERUBAHLAH!

PKR deka mai ubah ngagai menua Sarawak ke lama udah dalam pemerinsa. Kami deka mulaika kayu kampung, enggau tanah temuda, enggau batang ai ngagai orang ke patut beempu. Kami deka munaska penyalah makai suap. Tang Taib deka nyerahka semua pemisi menua tu ngagai Putrajaya, enggau sekeda orang ti baka pengamu iya. PKR, dinguluka Baru Bian, ukai deka ngenchuri tauka ngerebut reta orang bukai. Umbas meh naka tiga puluh tahun! Tu meh maya iya! BERUBAHLAH!




January 1, 2011

The fate of Borneo States,fast forward 48 years later

Filed under: 20/18 Point of Agreement,Malaysian Agreement — Pengayau @ 3:54 am

“The suspicion is that the Malaysia partnership ceased to exist with the departure of Singapore from the Federation in 1965.This issue needs to be put to rest.It appears that the definition of Federation in the Federal Constitution is as per the 1957 Federation of Malaya and not the 1963 Federation of Malaysia

In that case, both Sabah and Sarawak became independent of Malaysia at the same time as Singapore but were somehow retained illegally as the 12th and 13th states in the resurrected Malayan Federation, now masquerading as Malaysia

It is little known that the Sabah claim does not cover the whole of Sabah, but only the eastern seaboard, which was traditionally under the Sulu Sultanate, now in the Philippines Republic, and the northern third, which was handed by the Brunei sultanate to the Sulu sultanate.

Sulu transferred its sovereignty over the northern and eastern parts of Sabah to the Philippines. These parts were leased by Sulu to the British North Borneo Chartered Company. The company sold the whole of Sabah to the colonial office in London for 1.2 million pounds after World War II as it was too broke to repair the war damage caused by the Japanese occupation. The rest is a brief British colonial history followed by Malaysia.

Sabah must be kept united and given the right to decide between Malaysia, the Philippines and independence. This will bring closure to the Sabah claim and the Malaysia Agreement.

Sarawak is a more straightforward case of non-compliance on the Malaysia Agreement and its fate will hinge more on which way Sabah moves. At one time, before Malaysia, Sarawak wanted a Borneo Federation with Sabah and Brunei. Unfortunately, Sabah saw Sarawak as a poor economic prospect and rejected the Borneo Federation. Malaysia entered the picture, but Brunei stayed out of the new federation at the 11th hour.

Sarawak was independent for more than 150 years before the cash-strapped Brooke Dynasty handed the kingdom over to the colonial office in London after World War II. As in Sabah, the government was too broke to repair war damage. The British should have returned Sarawak to independence and not force it into the Malaysian Federation”

An excerpt from Pakatan’s 100-day plan almost silent on Sabah, Sarawak

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