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December 13, 2010

Armed loggers threaten Borneo natives


Armed loggers threaten Borneo natives

Armed loggers threaten Borneo natives

 

Taken from BMF

KAMPUNG GRAN (SARAWAK), MALAYSIA. Sentiasa Maju, a Malaysian logging company operating in the state of Sarawak in Borneo, is being accused of intimidating protesting locals with guns. The locals from a native Iban community were defending their fruit and rubber trees against destruction by Sentiasa Maju’s bulldozers. According to Sarawak Report, villagers from Kampung Gran near Sri Aman said that an employee of Sentiana Maju waved a gun at them and announced that “the company has many gangsters it can deploy.” The incident reportedly took place on 4 December 2010. A short video sequence recorded on a mobile phone shows a Sentiasa Maju bulldozer driver equipped with a gun.

According to witnesses from the Iban village, the Malaysian police refused to take notice of complaints lodged by the villagers and protected the Sentiasa Maju employees in a manner that runs counter to the law. There are further irregularities in respect of the logging company’s record with the Malaysian Companies Commission. Sentiasa Maju’s Companies Commission record fails to specify the company’s shareholders, despite the fact that it was registered in 1980 already.

The Bruno Manser Fund is protesting against the blatantly illegal operations being carried out by Sentiasa Maju and is demanding that the Malaysian authorities immediately launch a criminal investigation against Sentiasa Maju and the local police officers who are colluding with the company. The investigation should also shed light on the question of who the owners of Sentiasa Maju are, and why the company was permitted not to have its shareholders registered with the Companies Commission.

Download the Companies Commission file on Sentiasa Maju here:

companies_commission_file_sentiasa_maju.pdf (198KB)

December 30, 2009

Timb menteri: Anak Sarawak ganti Sulaiman


Repost from http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/120770

Anak kelahiran Sarawak akan mengisi kekosongan jawatan timbalan menteri pelancongan yang dilepaskan oleh Datuk Seri Sulaiman
Abdul Rahman Taib, kata perdana menteri hari ini.

Datuk Seri Najib Razak berkata pengganti Sulaiman akan diumumkan dalam sedikit masa lagi.

“(Nama) lebih kurang (tahu) tapi tidak boleh umumkan lagi,” katanya kepada pemberita selepas merasmikan mesyuarat agung Parti Demokratik Progresif Sarawak (SPDP) di Kuching hari ini.

Beliau ditanya mengenai nama pengganti Sulaiman, yang juga anak lelaki sulung Ketua Menteri Sarawak Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud, yang meletak jawatan atas alasan peribadi.

Pada 10 Disember lalu, Taib berkata Sulaiman terlalu sedih selepas kehilangan ibunya Puan Sri Laila Taib, yang meninggal dunia kira-kira enam bulan lalu.

Sulaiman, 41, yang juga timbalan ketua pergerakan Pemuda Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) telah dilantik sebagai timbalan menteri pada 19 Mac 2008 semasa Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi memegang jawatan perdana menteri, dan apabila Najib mengambil alih jawatan perdana menteri April tahun ini, Sulaiman dikekalkan.

Sulaiman adalah anggota parlimen Kota Samarahan yang pernah diwakili oleh ayahnya. BERNAMA

December 29, 2009

KM Sarawak selar pembangkang ‘lapar kuasa’


http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/120772

Ketua Menteri Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud menyelar tindakan golongan tertentu yang bertindak untuk menghasut rakyat agar membenci kerajaan.

“Kita berpolitik untuk menentukan perjuangan kita dan tidak mengetepikan soal pokok untuk menolong rakyat. Sejak akhir-akhir ini, muncul golongan tertentu yang lapar dan dahaga untuk mendapat kuasa memekik sana sini menghasut rakyat.

“Kalau mereka mahu berjuang untuk rakyat dan negeri belajarlah bersungguh-sungguh bagaimana hendak berkhidmat kepada rakyat dan negara sebelum menjalankan perjuangan politik,” katanya dalam teks ucapan yang dibacakan Timbalan Ketua Menteri Tan Sri Alfred Jabu.

Taib, yang juga pengerusi BN negeri, berkata ahli politik pembangkang membuat janji-janji kosong dan mendakwa mereka boleh melakukan keajaiban bagi menggembirakan rakyat dan pengundi.

Sebagai contoh, mereka mendakwa boleh melindungi pelbagai perkara, mendapatkan lebih banyak wang daripada pembangunan tanah adat dan sebagainya, katanya.

“Masa depan rakyat, dengan kesedaran bahawa lebih baik mereka menyokong BN berbanding ahli politik pembangkang yang banyak bercakap. Mereka tidak dapat buktikan kemampuan mereka untuk membantu rakyat,” kata Taib di majlis perasmian mesyuarat agung Parti Demokratik Progresif Sarawak (SPDP) di Kuching hari ini.

Sementara itu, Presiden SPDP Datuk Seri William Mawan Ikom menyeru semua komponen parti BN bekerjasama dari peringkat atas hingga ke akar umbi untuk menghadapi sebarang cabaran dan kritikan yang boleh menggugat keutuhan BN dan menukar corak politik negeri Sarawak.

“Tidak ada satu parti komponen boleh menganggap bahawa dia adalah lebih penting atau berkuasa daripada yang lain. Dalam keadaan susah atau senang, kita mesti bersatu dalam BN,” katanya.

Untuk menghadapi pilihan raya negeri akan datang, Mawan menyeru pemimpin SPDP di peringkat bahagian dan cawangan untuk menangani isu seperti pembangunan tanah, kaum Penan dan alam sekitar yang dimainkan pembangkang untuk memesongkan rakyat, khususnya di luar bandar.

“Saya berharap pemimpin SPDP di peringkat bahagian dan cawangan untuk mengambil tindakan proaktif dengan memberi penerangan lengkap kepada penduduk di luar bandar melalui sesi dialog dan perjuangan sosial di peringkat akar umbi untuk memastikan penyokong dan penduduk di luar bandar tidak terpengaruh dengan kempen pembangkang,” katanya. BERNAMA

1.BN nadai kala Ngasut Rakyat

2.BN nadai kala Ngugut Rakyat

3.BN nadai kala bejaie ke Penyakal

4.BN nadai kala Gila Kuasa

5.BN nadai kala nabur ke Semaia Bula ngagai Rakyat

6.BN nadai kala Ngerampas Tanah Rakyat

7.BN nadai kala bula senentang Ngemansang ke Tanah

8.BN  aja ulih niki ke duit Royalti Minyak kitai Sarawak

9.BN aja ulih Nyerakup ke kitai Dayak

10.BN aja bendar Ngangkat,Ngidup,Nulung Rakyat

11.BN aja meh Parti ti manah,anang nyukung Parti Penyakal

12.BN udah mayuh meri NCR Land ngagai Rakyat

13.BN enda semina nemu bejaku rauh2 baka Penyakal

14.BN aja ulih mai PEMANSANG!!!!!!!

 

”Undi meh Barisan Nasional,Manah Ke Nuan,Manah Ke Aku,Manah Ke Semua Kitai,Ngambik Ke Kitai Sama Nyingkang,Sama Mansang Dalam Malaysia”

 

Ohh Haaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!

December 28, 2009

Watchdog Backs Probe On Dr M, Pak Lah


From Malaysia Kini

The call for a royal commission to investigate claims that two former prime ministers had squandered hundreds of billions of ringgit during their tenure has received the backing of an anti-corruption watchdog.

Both Dr Mahathir Mohamad and his successor, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, should be subjected to the investigations to restore credibility to the government, said Gerak chairperson Mohd Nazree Mohd Yunus.

“If these claims are not investigated, Gerak is concerned that the incidence of irregularities and corruption will be common practice in the future among national leaders, said Nazree in a statement issued today.

While integrity in the management of the country’s resources was crucial to the stability of the economy, the trust that foreign investors have towards the economy would also erode if political figures were allowed to get away with corruption and mismanagement, he added.

“If national resources such as petroleum and other natural resources are not managed with integrity, it is likely that our deteriorating economy will take a turn for the worst as a result of mega-scale corruption.”

Nazree’s statement come on the heels of a call by opposition stalwart Lim Kit Siang for a royal commission of inquiry to be set up to look into allegations that Mahathir had squandered RM100 billion during his 22 years as premier through grandiose projects and corruption.

The allegations were contained in a book penned by former Asian Wall Street Journal managing editor Barry Wain entitled ‘Malaysian Maverick: Mahathir Mohamad in Turbulent Times’.

Mahathir: Bring it on

In a posting in his Chedet blog, Mahathir said he welcomed Lim’s suggestion for the government to set up a royal commission to probe him.

At the same time, he said he “reserved the right” to sue Wain, Lim and Malaysiakini for defamation.

Mahathir added that the scope of the royal commission should be widened to look into the tenure of his successor-turned-nemesis Abdullah.

Such a probe should include how RM270 billion of Petronas’ money paid to the government during Abdullah’s five-year term was spent and how much money was lost due to the cancellation of the crooked bridge to Singapore, said Mahathir.

While acknowledging that the government did lose money over projects embarked on during his tenure, Mahathir however denied that the losses amounted to even RM10 billion, let alone RM100 billion.

“If we had lost RM100 billion, the government would be in deep trouble. But although we did have poor growth during certain years, the government never failed to meet all financial commitments including the servicing of loans. In fact, we had enough money to prepay loans.

The Home Ministry stated last week that it was in the process of determining whether Wain’s ‘Malaysian Maverick’ would affect peace and stability in the country.

The ministry has 60 days to make a decision as to whether the book could be sold in Malaysia.

Suruhanjaya Di Raja is some sort of  Budak Suruhan to UMNO led Barisan Kurang Rasional.It doesnt matter what is their FINDINGS in the INQUEST,it still the BIG OLD SHARK and all his friends going to be escaped from Justice and Law.

They seems to be INVISIBLE and LAW PROOF in any of their WRONG DOINGS.That has been the case for all this while.When it comes to Pakatan Rakyat members,the Police will do an INVESTIGATIONS in the speed of LIGHT regardless what is the issue.But for this PIRATES and ROBBERS who has ROB our country wealth for an ages?

I do remember what Datuk Nazri Aziz(De Facto Law Minister) said about the Linggam Video.”It is MORALLY GUILTY but not by LAW”…It seems like they were having a good MANNERS or MORAL when comes to CORRUPTION,at least in their WORDS but IRONICALLY they are not in their ACTIONS..What a JOKE!!!!

November 27, 2009

Pirates,Pirates,Pirates

Filed under: Public Issues — Pengayau @ 12:55 pm
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Stolen from http://www.theborneopost.com/?p=62998

60 per cent funding ‘diverted’

MACC exposes abuse, flaw in spending of allocations for certain projects in Sarawak
By Jacob Achoi
KUCHING: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Sarawak has uncovered government projects in the state where up to 60 per cent of their funding were diverted elsewhere.This startling finding was revealed by MACC deputy chief commissioner (prevention) Datuk Zakaria Jaffar here yesterday, but he did not divulge the extent of such abuses.

“Based on the investigations the Sarawak MACC carried out on specific and real cases (projects), only about 40 per cent of the allocations were spent while the remaining 60 per cent is ‘bocor’ (leaked out),” he said.He said this at a press conference after closing a corruption prevention seminar at a hotel here.

State MACC director Samsiah Abu Bakar and Chief Minister’s Department Human Resource Management Unit principal assistant director Malcolm Yong were among those present. According to Zakaria, the investigations were carried out on some completed projects between 2002 and last year.

Without disclosing where the projects were and the number of projects investigated, he said they included roads, low-cost houses and mosques.Zakaria pointed out that while some projects were poorly completed, there were others that never took-off although payment was made.

“When we talk about development projects in the state, there are many cases of fake claims, whether it involves the officers or the contractors,” Zakaria pointed out.

He also told reporters that there were instances whereby contractors got allocations from members of parliament (MPs) and assemblymen for the same projects.

He explained that a project might cost about RM15,000, but the contractor would bid for that amount from both the MP and the assemblyman, thus the contractor would earn 100 per cent profit.He said the MACC from next year would conduct a seminar for contractors and also MPs and assemblymen.

He suggested that the Sarawak MACC hold such seminars with the state elected representatives, both MPs and assemblymen next year, on allocation for development projects.Zakaria also urged the public to help MACC fight corruption, adding that the commission could not fight graft all alone.

He said MACC would embark on education to inform the public the importance of their role to help fight graft.Samsiah, when asked at the press conference whether the state MACC was also investigating ‘high profile’ cases, replied: “Just wait.”She also said the seminar with the elected representatives from the state would be held from next year.Yong, meanwhile, pointed out that the state had received a clean bill of financial health from the auditor-general for seven consecutive years. He said even though there were projects that did not meet the specifications and criteria, the overall picture of the state development projects, both federal and state projects, were completed satisfactorily.

Well,what can we say?They are just PIRATES..What will MACC do next?To bring these PIRATES to Court Of Justice?Oh ya,i forgot,the King Of Pirates is our Beloved “Thief Minister”..No worries then,there is 2 Sets of Law.The Law for the Elitist and the Civil Law for the ordinary citizen.This is what happen when we VOTES for CORRUPT LEADERS with CORRUPT MENTALITY with CORRUPT PRACTICE and of course this is CORRUPT GOVERNMENT!!!!!!!!!!!

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