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August 30, 2012

Sabah, Sarawak the Kingmaker. Ini Kali Kah?


13th General Election

BN : Survival!

PR : Change!

STAR Sabah / UBF / UBA : Kingmaker

There is 222 Parliament seats

Malaya : 166 (75%)

Sarawak : 31 (14%)

Sabah : 26 including Labuan (11%)

Kalau Bukan Kita, Siapa Lagi? Kalau Bukan Sekarang, Bila Lagi? Ini Kali Lah!!

I have to admit, Dr Jeffrey G Kitingan is indeed a Maverick Politician and everyone has failed to understand his present move

Knowing that STAR Sabah is no way either in Heaven or Hell has the capabilities to fight agaisnt the Gigantic BN Machinery or the Mighty PR Warlords be it in the State or Parliament, he choose to play safe but yet a genius move when he choose to be in a position to leverage both PR and BN in the event of Hung Parliament (When neither BN or PR has an absolute majority of seats in the Parliament to form the Federal Government)

 

 

Sabah/Sarawak both plays a roles as King Maker for both BN and PR. Both need us to form the next Federal Government and we need to have this King – making role in order to pursue our rights

This tactical manevouring hatched by Dr Jeffrey is to ensure more bargaining power for the States agaisnt the Federal Government. What happen now was the Centralisation of Power to Federal while the State remain subservient to Federal.

Sabah has did this in 1980s through PBS Government but they fall from grace by dirty/undemocratic tactics by the all powerful Federal/Central government.

This is to protect / fights for the interests of Sabah, Sarawak vis a vis the 1963 Malaysia Agreement, 20/18 Points of Agreement, the Inter Governmental Committee Report and the Cobbold Commission report

What UBF (United Borneo Front), UBA (United Borneo Alliance), STAR Sabah trying to do is reviving Sabah Alliance which was the predecessor to BN Sabah.

Back in the 1963 – 1973, there was Alliance ( Malaya) lead by Tunku Abdul Rahman from UMNO, Sarawak Alliance lead by Stephen Kalong Ningkan from SNAP and Sabah Alliance lead by Tun Fuad Stephens from UPKO functioning as Equal Partner and when Barisan Nasional was form in 1973, both 3 Alliance being incorporated into 1, Barisan Nasional under the chairmanship of Tun Abdul Razak, the then 2nd Prime Minister of Malaysia

Barisan Nasional was formed in 1973 as the natural evolution from Perikatan (UMNO, MCA and MIC), but expanding to include PPP, PAS and Gerakan who until that point were opposition but joined the broader Barisan Nasional after the May 13th 1969 events in the name of national interest with local parties in Sabah, Sarawak

It was also the beginning of the end of the earlier consulative/collective style of the earlier Perikatan style of governing. UMNO took a more dominant role more in keeping of the number of seats they held

From then on UMNO (with Tun Razak at the helm) moved to play a more dominant in the coalition. with seats having to be doled out so that the BN parties would not be competing with each other thus the beginning of  another concept of  Malayan Colonisation of Sabah, Sarawak in the name of Power Sharing.

Barisan Nasional is a legally registered party which all the other parties belong too. There is no vote in BN as far as I know. The president and deputy president of UMNO automatically become the Chairman and deputy chairman of BN

United Borneo Front – Kingmaker or Bust?

I must  commend Jeffrey Kitingan for coming up with this grand idea/plan to finally thwart the ruling Umno. If everything falls into place, it will work.  Yes, I’m saying Umno, because BN=Umno and Umno=BN .

Let us not pretend otherwise as all the other 14 component parties are just mere appendages of Umno.  This brilliant idea can only of course work if Jeffrey’s war cry of ‘Unity is Duty’ is heeded by both Sabahans and Sarawakians alike.

In order to achieve this lofty goal many factors will have to be over come  by Jeffrey’s  group or party. In addition, many more  factors must work in Jeffrey’s favour for the aspiration  to come to fruitation.

With so many political parties and individuals trying their luck in this political jackpot, it suffice that as many ‘problems’ will arise.

The easier part will be to win substantial number of seats to render Umno-BN unable to form the government by itself.

The harder  part will be to keep the coalition together.  If the opposition were successful, will it be 2008 all over again or in Sabah’s case , 1994 rewind?

Umno has all the money  (rakyat’s to be sure) to buy any  politician.  What can this loose amalgamation of people/political parties with different concept  of ‘winning’ do to ensure that  this  ‘pakatan’  does not fall apart?

Your guess is as good as mine. What about making everyone in the opposition seeking to topple Umno/ BN come up with a written pledge to the rakyat that they will not be bought over by Umno if they win?  It might get a couple more votes.

Meanwhile , best of luck Sabahans and Sarawakians!

Please read below article written by Raja Petra Kamarudin on 13th February 2011. I believe this should be a WAKE UP CALL for us Sabahans, Sarawakians :

The Key to Putrajaya

By Raja Petra Kamarudin

PETALING JAYA: For a long time now, since 1963, Sabah and Sarawak have held the ‘key’ to Putrajaya. He who ‘holds’ Sabah and Sarawak, therefore, possesses this key.

This is mainly because Peninsular or West Malaysia controls only 74% or 165 of the 222 Parliament seats. The balance 26% or 57 Parliament seats are in Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan.

And that was why Umno decided to go into Sabah in 1990 and aspire to also go into Sarawak if they could — but can’t as long as Chief Minister Taib Mahmud is still alive (which means they would probably do so once Taib is no longer around as Chief Minister).

The March 2008 general election proved this point very clearly. The 165 Parliament seats in Peninsular Malaysia were split almost 50:50 with 80 plus seats going to Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat each. It is because Barisan Nasional managed to win almost all the seats in East Malaysia that it got to form the federal government, yet again.

East Malaysia has always been treated as Barisan Nasional’s ‘fixed deposit’ or ticket to Putrajaya. Barisan Nasional does not deny this and, in fact, openly admitted that this is so. At least Barisan Nasional is honest about what ‘role’ Sabah and Sarawak are playing in the whole scheme of things — the role of ‘kingmaker’.

So what does that say about the importance of East Malaysia? By Barisan Nasional’s own admission, East Malaysia is the route to federal power. And East Malaysia is being treated as a means to ensure that Barisan Nasional gets to retain power.

This may not have been too apparent in the past. But the result of the March 2008 general election amplified this point and made it even clearer that no one gets to form the federal government, whether it is Barisan Nasional or Pakatan Rakyat, unless they first figure out how to win (or retain) power in Sabah and Sarawak.

Sabahans and Sarawakians have finally woken up to this fact — not that many did not know this earlier. And those who may not have realised this earlier now do. You do not get to form the federal government without the support of East Malaysia. That is the simple and extremely clear fact.

The question now would be are Sabahans and Sarawakians prepared to continue to allow East Malaysia to be used as a mere stepping-stone to Putrajaya? Are they prepared to continue to be tools of federal or Kuala Lumpur-based political parties in their quest for power? Or do they now want to become equal partners in a political alliance that rules Malaysia as equal partners?

For too long Sabah and Sarawak have been treated as mere colonies. No doubt Sabah and Sarawak got their independence from Britain and in the same breath became part of Malaysia back in 1963 — and with this they ceased to be colonies of England. But did Sabah and Sarawak really shed their colony status or did they merely exchange one colonial master for another? Did they, as I have written many times before, get rid of the white colonial masters and merely swapped them with brown colonial masters?

Swapping one master for another

One misconception that must be corrected is that Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore did not ‘join’ Malaysia. Malaysia did not exist before 1963 so what was there to join? What really happened was that Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore agreed to team up with the Federation of Malaya as equal partners to form Malaysia.

What this means, therefore, is that Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore were equal to Malaya, which at that time comprised of 11 states. Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore were not equal to Selangor, Perak, Penang, Johor, Kelantan, Terengganu, Kedah, Perlis, Pahang, etc. However, today, Sabah and Sarawak are being treated as just two more states in a Malaysia made up of 13 states.

And that was what Singapore could not accept, which resulted in Singapore eventually leaving Malaysia to become an independent republic. Singapore realised that it was not really getting independence after all. It was just swapping one colonial master for another. It was being downgraded from an equal partner to Malaya to just another of the 14 states of Malaysia, equal in status to one of the original 11 states of pre-Malaysia.

Sabah and Sarawak did not follow Singapore’s move of leaving Malaysia. That was because the leaders of Sabah and Sarawak, unlike the Singapore leaders, were compromised. And those who refused to be compromised were ousted or died mysterious deaths. Basically, the federal government had the Sabah and Sarawak leaders in its pocket. And these compromised leaders allowed the ‘backdoor’ re-colonisation of Sabah and Sarawak.

Sabah and Sarawak not only teamed up with Malaya to form Malaysia as equal partners but also on the basis of the 20-Point and 18-Point Agreements respectively. However, once the early leaders of Sabah and Sarawak were compromised, the 20-Point and 18-Point Agreements were pushed into the background and conveniently forgotten.

We need to look at these two Agreements again. And we need to not only look at them but also explore how the spirit of these Agreements can be restored. Whoever wants to form the next federal government must give Sabah and Sarawak a firm commitment that the 20-Point and 18-Point Agreements will be honoured.

Thus far there is no indication that both sides of the political divide place much importance in this matter.Fundamental to these agreements is to allow Sabahans and Sarawakian what I would call self-determination, for want of a better phase.

This may not tantamount to autonomy seeing that national defence, internal security, foreign policy, and so on, are federal policies and outside the jurisdiction of the states. Nevertheless, there are still many areas not within the ambit of the federal government, which are state matters, but which the states are not being allowed to manage or decide on their own.

Self-determination needed

The Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement (MCLM) is of the view that the entire relationship between the federal government and East Malaysia needs to be reviewed. Things are not happening the way it was intended when Malaysia was first created. There is no so-called partnership between Malaya, Sabah and Sarawak.

What we have instead is a federalisation policy where Sabah and Sarawak are just two of 13 states that come under the domination of the federal government.

To demonstrate that the national or Kuala Lumpur-based political parties are sincere and genuine about ‘de-federalisation’ (again, for want of a better phase) they must first end their policy of the domination of East Malaysian politics. They must allow Sabah- and Sarawak-based political parties to chart their own direction and determine their own future.

The 20-Point and 18-Point Agreements must be the basis of the relationship between Kuala Lumpur and East Malaysia.

MCLM would like to see the national or Kuala Lumpur-based parties releasing their stranglehold on East Malaysian politics. Let the Sabah- and Sarawak-based parties contest the state and general elections.

National or Kuala Lumpur-based parties should form alliances or have electoral pacts with these Sabah- and Sarawak-based parties and assist them in whatever way required. National or Kuala Lumpur-based parties should not instead contest seats in Sabah and Sarawak and engage East Malaysia in three- or more-corner fights.

There may still be three- or more-corner fights in Sabah and Sarawak. In any election this can’t be avoided and is perfectly legal and constitutional. But let it not be the national or Kuala Lumpur-based parties that trigger these multi-corner fights.

Let it be known that the national or Kuala Lumpur-based parties will ensure that they will not be the culprits in multi-corner fights but would instead help the Sabah- and Sarawak-based parties in their attempt to deny Barisan Nasional the states.

MCLM supports the idea of a United Borneo Front comprising of Sabah- and Sarawak-based political parties. MCLM also supports the move to restore the letter and the spirit of the 20-Point and 18-Point Agreements.

MCLM will work towards ensuring that Sabah and Sarawak are allowed self determination so that they can chart their own direction and determine their own future with the help of the other opposition parties in Pakatan Rakyat.

August 27, 2012

Sabah, Sarawak. The way forward


Sabah/Sarawak both plays a roles as King Maker for both BN and PR. Both need us to form the next Federal Government

To me the best way is to have a strong State Government to demand for more Autonomous Power thus improving Federal – States relationship/ties.

That is possible through reviving of Sarawak and Sabah Alliance.This would ensure more bargaining power for the States agaisnt the Federal Government. What happen now was the Centralisation of Power to Federal while the State remain subservient to Federal.Sabah has did this in 1980s through PBS Government but they fall from grace by dirty/undemocratic tactics by the all powerful Federal/Central governmentThis is to protect / fights for the interests of the Borneo states namely Sabah,Sarawak.State government of Sabah, Sarawak need to urgently look at protecting the Rights and autonomy of the Borneo states as enshrined in the Malaysia Agreement before it is too late.We may not have been ready in 1963 but the people in Sabah and Sarawak are now ready, more than ready, to look after their own interests

If the people of Sabah and Sarawak are united, we will obtain the restoration of the rights and autonomy of the Borneo states as championed by our founding fathers, with safeguards built into the Malaysia Agreement

The time has come for the people and leaders in Sabah and Sarawak to take charge and not rely on others to safeguard Sabah and Sarawak’s rights.

But sadly, post Stephen Kalong Ningkan era, Sarawak State Government under the “Great”” leadership of Tawie Sli (Puppet CM), Rahman Yaakub and now Taib Mahmud (Both are Pro – Federal/Malaya) being nothing more than a lackey of Federal/Malaya in the expense of our Rights vis a vis Malaysian Agreement 1963 / 20/18 Point of Agreement!

Indeed, from 1963 right up to 1970, the most powerful political office in the land, the Chief Minister’s office, was occupied by an Iban politician from the multiracial Sarawak National Party (Snap), Stephen Kalong Ningkan.

This situation was obviously not satisfactory to Federal/Malaya (UMNO) politicians, who saw themselves as the only legitimate representatives of national power. Federal/Malaya (UMNO) aim was the usurpation of the Iban pre-eminence in state politics.

This they achieved by virtue of engineering the collapse of the Ningkan government and the departure of SNAP from the ruling state Alliance. Umno replaced Snap with another stop-gap Iban party, under Penghulu Tawi Sli, in 1970.

The general election in 1970 brought an opportunity for Umno to reclaim their position of Malay dominance in Malaysian politics.

During the general election that year, the Sarawak Alliance and BN replaced the Iban Chief Minister with a Muslim Melanau, to occupy the prized seat of Chief Minister.

That was how Abdul Rahman Ya’akub, and later, his nephew Taib Mahmud, ascended to the supreme position of Chief Minister.

But we cant depend on the sentiment itself, we must do something. We must educate our People. The most basic thing that we could do is to empower them with History, our History, not Malaya History to ensure they know where they are now and how much they have gain or lost since formation of Malaysia in 1963!

August 23, 2012

Google Hangout – Borak Bersama Anwar Ibrahim

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August 20, 2012

S’wak to discuss oil royalty review with federal govt

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‎”The state government will discuss the need to review the current 5% petroleum royalty paid to Sarawak with the federal government based on the prevailing close relationship and goodwill between both sides, Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud said today.”

Factual facts

1. It is his uncle, the 3rd Chief Minister of Sarawak, Tun Rahman Yaakub who sign the agreement (Petroleum Development Act 1974) in 1976 on behalf of the Peoples of Sarawak, on behalf of Sarawak Government granting RIGHTS, POWERS, LIBERTIES AND PRIVILEGES IN RESPECT OF PETROLEUM in perpetuity (FOREVER!), thus granting the exclusive rights, powers, liberties and privileges of exploring, exploiting, winning and obtaining petroleum whether lying onshore or offshore of Sarawak to PETRONAS!!

2. It is his uncle, Tun Rahman Yaakub who agreed with 5% Oil Royalty which to be paid CASH annually and directly to the State Government in return for the ownership and the rights, powers, liberties and privileges vested in it by virtue of PDA 1974. http://www.agc.gov.my/Akta/Vol.%203/Act%20144.pdf

3. Under United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS),http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Nations_Convention_on_the_Law_of_the_Sea state has special rights over the exploration within 12 nautical miles from shore but when we sign the Petroleum Development Act 1974, we gave EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS POWERS, LIBERTIES and PRIVILEGGES in respect of the said petroleum, and to control the carrying on of downstream activities and development relating to petroleum to Petronas!

Within 200 nautical miles from shore is called Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) and its all goes to FEDERAL!

Those 5% Oil Royalty that being given to us now is only for any mineral resources exploited within 3 nautical miles from shore! What about another 9 nautical miles?

4. Fast forward 36 years after the agreement being signed with Petronas, NONE of our Sarawakians leaders has the guts to request or even demand for a better deal, better Oil Royalty for Sarawak.

5. We’re 20 years left behind in terms of basic infrastructures compare to Malaya.

6. We are Rich but yet we are Poor! Sabah/Sarawak, the Poor Rich Kids!

7. Only now the most beloved Chief Monster of Sarawak finally has an “inspiration” to negotiate a better deal on Oil Royalty for Sarawak? Well Taib Mahmud as “The Wise Old Man” know that he has the upper hand to make a “deal” with Najib as the fate of UMNO/BN lies in the hand of Sabah, Sarawak in this upcoming General Erection

8. Sabah has 25 and Sarawak has 31 Parliamentary seats respectively and Taib know very well that Sabah/Sarawak is the Kingmaker in every sense of words for both PR or BN

Jumlah Royalti Minyak Mac 1990 – 2008 (RM Billion)

Kerajaan Persekutuan: RM33.3 , Sarawak: RM11.9 , Sabah: RM3.4 , Terenganu: RM18

“Hasil minyak yang dapat dicarigali daripada telaga2 minyak yang terdapat di perairan negeri2 yg saya sebut kan sebentar tadi termasuk di kawasan luar milk negeri2 berkenaan”Sarawak : RM11.9 Bilion (For 18 years) = 5% Oil Royalty. 100% divide with 5 = 20RM11.9 Billion x 20 (100%) = RM238 Billion (Actual income for 8 years!!)RM13.2 Billion average per year but we only get RM0.66 Billion per year based on 5% Royalty

PR in Buku Jingga among others vows to :

Recognizing the position of Sabah and Sarawak as equal partners in the Malaysian Federation, and honouring previous agreements made,

1. Reinstate autonomy to Sabah and Sarawak in line with and within the framework of the Federal Constitution and the Federation Agreement.

2. Increase the royalties paid on petroleum and hydrocarbon resources to Sabah and Sarawak to 20% from the present 5%.

3. Establish a Royal Commission to solve the chronic problem of illegal immigration and citizenship in Sabah.

4. Assist bring the level of infrastructural development in Sabah and Sarawak up to par with other states of the Federation.

5. Promote national integration between Sabah, Sarawak and Peninsular Malaysia through a fair power-sharing arrangement that fully upholds the spirit of the Federation.

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August 18, 2012

STOP 114A, SUPPORT INTERNET FREEDOM!

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The basic legal presumption is one was innocent until proven guilty
You should be considered innocent until it can be proved that you are guilty. If you are accused of a crime, you should always have the right to defend yourself.

Nobody has the right to condemn you and punish you for something you have not done.

It is the principle that one is considered innocent until proven guilty. Application of this principle is a legal right of the accused in a criminal trial, recognised in many nations.

The burden of proof is thus on the prosecution, which has to collect and present enough compelling evidence to convince the trier of fact, who is restrained and ordered by law to consider only actual evidence and testimony that is legally admissible, and in most cases lawfully obtained, that the accused is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. If reasonable doubt remains, the accused is to be acquitted

But in Malaysia, you’re guilty untill proven innocent! Only In Malaysia.

STOP 114A, SUPPORT INTERNET FREEDOM!

July 31, 2012

Siapa itu Pembangkang, Kerajaan dan Rakyat?

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Siapa itu Pembangkang, Kerajaan dan Rakyat?

 

March 28, 2012

Graf kenaikan harga minyak di Malaysia sebelum PRU12 dan selepas PRU12. Adakah situasi ni akan berulang lagi selepas PRU13 nanti?

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Harga Minyak Harga Minyak RON95 Tidak Naik Buat Masa Ini, Walaupun Harga Minyak Dunia Naik??

Alhamdulillah, kerajaan Malaysia di bawah Perdana Menteri telah pun berjanji yang mana harga minyak petrol RON95 masih lagi kekal buat masa ini walaupun berlakunya harga minyak dunia ketika ini. Dan terbaru, ia diulangi sekali lagi oleh Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.trans Harga Minyak RON95 Tidak Naik Buat Masa Ini, Walaupun Harga Minyak Dunia Naik??

Subsidi RON95 Naik 10 Sen, Harga Minyak Petrol Kekal RM1.90

PUTRAJAYA: Kenaikan harga minyak global menyebabkan subsidi untuk petrol RON95 sebanyak 10 sen kepada RM1.03 seliter pada Mac, kata Menteri Perdagangan Dalam Negeri, Koperasi dan Kepenggunaan, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob pada Selasa.

Harga petrol bagi RON95 kekal pada RM1.90 per liter.

“Sejak harga petroleum dunia meningkat, kerajaan terpaksa meningkatkan subsidi bagi memastikan rakyat tidak dibebani dengan kesan sampingan,” katanya di sini, Selasa.

Kali terakhir harga minyak RON95 dikaji semula pada Disember lalu apabila harga minyak naik daripada RM1.85 seliter kepada RM1.90.

Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak pada akhir Februari lalu berjanji bahawa harga minyak petrol RON95, yang digunakan secara meluas oleh pemilik kenderaan, akan dikekalkan buat masa ini walaupun kenaikan harga minyak global. Sumber : Mstar)

Moga-moga kenyataan seperti di atas benar-benar dipegang oleh pihak kerajaan. Bukan apa, sebenarnya kenyataan seperti ini pernah kedengaran di telinga kami sekitar 4 tahun lalu. Bunyinya seperti begini….

Februari 2008 : Harga Minyak Tidak Naik (Datuk Najib)

Minyak Petrol Harga Minyak RON95 Tidak Naik Buat Masa Ini, Walaupun Harga Minyak Dunia Naik??

(Sumber : Utusan Malaysia)

Kami yakin pada masa itu ramai yang meletakkan harapan yang tinggi dengan kenyataan kalangan menteri. Masakan tidak, jika benar-benar berlaku kenaikan harga minyak, ia bakal memberikan impak secara rantaian kepada kenaikan semua harga barang di Malaysia.

3 Bulan Kemudian : Semboyan Kenaikan Harga Minyak di Malaysia Telah Berbunyi

Tetapi belum puas kalangan rakyat Malaysia meraikan kejayaan dan kemenangan parti masing-masing semasa Pilihanraya Umum 2008, yang dipilih oleh kalangan mereka tidak kira lah daripada Barisan Nasional mahupun Pakatan Rakyat, akhirnya sudah mula kedengaran harga minyak bakal dinaikkan tidak lama lagi.

“Kalau begitu janji kerajaan melalui Datuk Najib hanya mampu bertahan untuk 3-4 bulan sahaja?”

Bermakna kalau disemak semula kenyataan bekas Menteri Perdagangan Dalam Negeri dan Hal Ehwal Pengguna pada masa itu, Datuk Shahrir Abdul Samad, rakyat Malaysia ada 2 bulan lagi untuk bersedia menghadapigelombang kenaikan harga minyak yang dijangka berlaku pada bulan Ogos.

Harga Minyak Malaysia Harga Minyak RON95 Tidak Naik Buat Masa Ini, Walaupun Harga Minyak Dunia Naik??

(sumber : Mstar)

Tiba-tiba, selepas 2 hari sahaja kenyataan dikeluarkan oleh menteri berkenaan harga minyak di Malaysia, rakyat Malaysia dikejutkan dengankenaikan yang mendadak di mana harga minyak terus dinaikkan, bukannya pada paras 10 sen20, sen , 40 sen70 sen tetapi kenaikan tertinggi iaitu sebanyak 78 sen. Sedangkan, kita iaitu Malaysia merupakan pengeluar minyak. Setiap satu dolar kenaikan harga minyak dunia, Malaysia berjaya mengaut keuntungan beratus juta dolar Amerika.

Jun 2008: Akhirnya, Harga Minyak Naik 78 sen

Kenaikan Minyak Naik Harga Minyak RON95 Tidak Naik Buat Masa Ini, Walaupun Harga Minyak Dunia Naik??

Sumber : Utusan Malaysia

Harga Minyak Naik Harga Minyak RON95 Tidak Naik Buat Masa Ini, Walaupun Harga Minyak Dunia Naik??

(Sumber Infografik : Malaysiakini)

Mungkin Datuk Seri Najib dan Datuk Ismail boleh memperjelaskan kepada rakyat Malaysia selepas ini. Contohnya, apabila berlaku setiap kenaikan harga minyak dunia, berapa perolehan pendapatan kepada Malaysia selaku pengeksport minyak yang berkualiti tinggi? Dan sehingga di paras mana Malaysia masih boleh bertahan lagi pada harga minyak yang digunakan rakyat Malaysia ketika ini. 2 bulan, 3 bulan, 4 bulan atau…..?

Dan jika harga minyak boleh dinaikkan, adakah kerajaan juga benar-benar bersedia untuk menurunkan harga minyak semula jika harga minyak dunia kembali kepada sediakala?

P/S : Apa respon anda pula mengenai isu harga minyak ini?

 

Ingat BN, Ingat Barang Naik

Ingat BN, Ingat Bini Najib

Ingat BN, Ingat Banyak Naik

Ingat BN, Ingat Barua Negara

Ingat BN, Ingat Babi Negara

Ingat BN, Ingat Baziran Nasional

Ingat BN, Ingat Barisan Najis

BN : Bullshit Nonsense!

Setiap Undian Membawa Padah, Katakan Tak Nak Untuk BN!

November 19, 2011

Why No AG Report On 5% Royalty?


Taken from Borneo Herald

The total number of existing oil wells in Malaysia until 31st of March, 2011 is 117 oil wells, and all are in operation and producing crude oil. There are altogether 15 oil wells in the Sabah and the produce from these oil wells all belonging to Sabah. The total extraction of oil from the 15 Sabah oil wells is as much as 192,000 barrels per day.

This was a question recently raised by the Kota Kinabalu Member of Parliament Hiew King Cheu in Parliament. The answer given by the Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak is very important to the Sabahan who like to know how much crude oil is being produced in Sabah, and by how many barrels per day.

If we use a simple calculation based on the current market price of crude oil at USD92 per barrels, Sabah is actually producing a staggering amount of RM 52,992,000 per day. This works up roughly to RM 1.589 billion per month and it is RM 19.077 billion for a year. If the petroleum royalty payable to Sabah is 5%, then it would come up to an amount of RM 953.856 million per year.

MP Hiew said the total oil production in Sabah was the reply by the Prime Minister who directly oversees the Petronas. The 192,000 barrels per day from the 15 oil wells actually gives Sabah an income based on the 5% is RM 953.856 million per year. Why the figure given in the annual Sabah state financial report 2011 stated that Sabah is receiving a sum of RM 721.70 million, and where is the rest of the money gone to?

Hiew said this is highly questionable? If the official amount on the 5% petroleum royalty given to the Sabah government from Petronas is correct, then it will be interesting for the government or the Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman and the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib to explain to the people in Sabah on what happened to the rest of our money RM232 million?

Is this something to do with the terms and condition within the Petronas Agreement signed with Sabah because there is a ‘Capping Price’ (may be USD 60 per barrel) set on the crude oil extracted to calculate the petroleum royalty from Sabah?

In another Parliament reply to Hiew’s question in 2010, it stated that since the start of the Petronas oil production in Sabah until to date, Sabah had been paid a sum of RM 5.3 billion. This was the total sum receipt by Sabah over the past 37 years. It is a very small sum when compared to the estimated 5% sharing figure of RM 953.856 million in a single year.

MP Hiew also queries on the Audit General Report that why there is no audit carried out over the 5% petroleum royalty payable to the Sabah government. Is it true that the account and operation of the Petronas cannot be audited or touched?

If so, how would the Sabahan know whether their oil money is not being swindled, manipulated or cut away? Sabahan needs some answers, and may be the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak can explain to us to show his accountability and responsibility

October 30, 2011

“Harga minyak Malaysia masih murah jika di bandingkan dengan negara jiran”

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Bila harga minyak naik, kenaikan harga minyak dunia dijadikan alasan tapi dah dekat 5 bulan harga minyak dunia turun. Harga minyak di Malaysia bila nak turun? Kalau tak turunkan harga minyak, kita turunkan KERAjaan UMNO/BN setuju tak? Ataupun dorang masih nak bagi alasan standard “Harga minyak Malaysia masih murah jika di bandingkan dengan negara jiran”?

August 16, 2011

Bongkar! Skrip sumpah PATI agar menyokong BN!


SEBELUM ini ada disiarkan di MiLo SuaM bahawa pendatang asing dikehendaki bersumpah untuk menyokong Umno dan BN sebagai salah satu daripada syarat proses pemutihan

Di bawah ini salinan skrip sumpah yang dimaksudkan. Lihat dengan mata kepala anda sendiri bagaimana negara ini dijual oleh United Malays No Otak secara terang-terangan kepada warga asing.

source: http://milosuam.blogspot.com/2​011/08/bongkar-skrip-sumpah-pa​ti-agar.html#ixzz1VCW8VBhK

Kantoi! Warga asing dikehendaki bersumpah menyokong BN


SATU persatu tembelang United Malays No Otak untuk menang pilihanraya terbongkar, kali ini mereka berselindung di sebalik program pemutihan warga asing.

Inilah jawapan kepada persoalan mengapa mereka begitu bersungguh-sungguh melakukan program pemutihan ini.

Wanita KEADILAN berjaya menyelinap masuk ke dalam program pemutihan ini dan mendapati bahawa pendatang asing dikehendaki bersumpah menyokong Umno dan BN sebagai salah satu daripada syarat proses pemutihan

Apa kejadah warga asing yang datang secara haram dikehendaki bersumpah untuk menyokong Umno dan Barisan Nasional? Apa kaitan program pemutihan dan sokongan kepada United Malays No Otak?

Ini namanya jual negara! Tapi kalau tanya kepada Kesatuan Melayu-Melayu tak ada otak (United Malays No Otak) ini yang dipanggil menyahut seruan kepala taik United Malays No Otak iaitu “defend Putrajaya at all cost!”

source: http://milosuam.blogspot.com/2​011/08/kantoi-warga-asing-dike​hendaki.html#ixzz1VCV7T7C2

August 15, 2011

BERSIH 2.0 Dinner in London, United Kingdom, August 13th 2011

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Dato’ Ambiga Sreenivasan speech in Bersih 2.0 Dinner in London

 

Question and Answer session with Dato’ Ambiga Sreenivasan in Bersih 2.0 Dinner in London

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