After over than 50 years Sarawak rules by BN, our Sarawakian people living in the Longhouses still don't have clean tap water, and they still cannot enjoy electricity 24 hours, and our Longhouses still not get connected by tar road.If the BN government say they don't have money, they are lying because Sarawak have money from oil and gas. So our rural people in the Longhouses should stop voting for BN because they are lying to the people. BN claim they already bring development to the longhouses people, and every election they promise to bring more development, but this is a big lie. After 50 years Sarawak under BN rules the longhouse people still don't have clean tap water, electricity 24 hours and no tar road. So don't believe in BN promise any more because they are a big liar, and 50 years of lying is enough !!!
And I hope our longhouse people will not fall for BN big lie to bring development any more. Before election BN will always give sweet promise to the longhouse people, and BN will give small KOPI O money around $1000 - $10,000 thousand to the longhouse people so people will vote for BN in the election. But don't fall for this trap anymore, because our longhouse people deserve better. And we cannot get clean tap water with this very small amount of money. Our longhouse people deserve to have clean tap water, and we deserve to have electricity 24 hours and tar road.
For many years BN promise to build highway road connecting Sarawak and Sabah, but this is also a big lie and BN never fulfill their promise to the people. And people in Malaya have very good 4 lines highway, but sadly our highway in Sarawak had poor condition. We Sarawakian deserve to have a very good 4 lines highway too !!
umno/BN also had break the agreement of Freedom Of Religion when Sarawak agreed to form Malaysia with Malaya. Now under umno/Bn rules there is no Freedom Of Religion anymore. Now Christian living in Malaya is not allowed to use word Allah anymore. We Christians in Malaysia had used the word Allah for many years now and even Christians in Indonesian and in Arab are using this, but now umno/Bn is ban us from using this words. Even Sultan in Malaya also ban Christians from using word Allah. We should sue BN and everyone that support this ban because they are against the Agreement of Freedom Of Religion when Sarawak agreed to form Malaysia with Malaya. We should go to local court or at International court and sue them billion of dollar and make them pay, trust me we can win at the court because they are breaching a written agreement between Sarawak and Malaya when they form Malaysia.
One of BN biggest crime in Sarawak is, they will blackmail all tuai
rumah or longhouse leaders not to support for oppositions party, and if
they support oppositions party this tuai rumah or this longhouse
leaders will loose their job and their income. Some Tuai Rumah already lost their job for supporting opposition party. So BN/UMNO is committing a
big crime because they are against the Democracy in Malaysian, because
everyone have freedom to vote which party they want. We Sarawakian
should bring BN party to court for using this evil tactic and bring them
to justice because BN is not above the laws. This prove UMNO/Bn is a
gangster and a big bully.
And BN will do anything to stay in power, and they also in the past under Mahathir rules giving millions of Malaysian ID to illegal immigrants living in Sabah so they can vote for BN so they can win the election. And the worse is, the immigration agency and the police is also working for BN to stay in power, just remember under ISA where many opposition members was lock up by the police in the past. We Sarawakian should not scared by this evil tactic because umno/BN is a gangster and a big bully. Sarawakian should stand up and fight this bully.
Sarawak people should stop voting for BN, and don't listen to their sweet promise to bring development because this is just a big lie. And 50 years of lie from BN is enough !!!
AGI IDUP AGI NGELABAN
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Saturday, 10 November 2012
We Sarawakian should copy how Kosovo got it Independence from Serbia.
Lesson we learn from Kosovo is, our Sarawak MP (member of parliment) should vote yes for our Independence in Dewan Undangan Negeri Sarawak, and after that Malaysian government will have to accept Sarawak is now an Independence country.
And if Sarawak Barisan Nasional MP don't want to help us, we Sarawakian should vote the opposition in the next election. I'm sure the opposition MP would love to help Sarawak to become Independence.
We Sarawakians should demand our MP to vote Yes for our Independence in Dewan Undangan Negari Sarawak soon. YES WE CAN.
My message to Sarawakians is, let us work together and let us achieve our Independence soon.
AGI IDUP AGI NGELABAN.
2008 Kosovo Declaration Of Independence
YES WE CAN BE INDEPENDENCE SOON !!!
Posted by Eddy at 14:35
Wednesday, 1 June 2011
‘Sarawak should leave Malaysia’ tops wish list in an online poll
By Sheridan Mahavera
April 15, 2011SIBU, April 15 — An independent online survey among over 1,000 Sarawakians have found that a significant number express the wish that Sarawak should leave the federation of Malaysia and be its own sovereign country.
This was the most popular “wish” under a category of governance issues in the survey which was conducted through online social network Facebook and Twitter.
But talk of secession is considered seditious in Malaysia.
Other wishes include a corruption-free administration, separation of the judicial, executive and law-making branches of government, no politicisation of religion and total ownership of petroleum revenues.
The poll, called the “Sarawak Wish List”, was done by influential, non-partisan local youth group called the Sarawak Bloggers.
The survey was conducted from April 4 to 7 and is intended to present a collective voice to politicians ahead of the state election tomorrow.
Respondents, who were mainly young, tech-savvy Sarawakians, were asked to vote for what they considered to be the most pressing concern in Sarawak. Participants could only vote once for a concern or suggestion.
The poll garnered 3,780 votes within three days, said Eileen Foong, a member of the group.
The suggestion “Sarawak to leave Malaysia” attracted more than half of the 795 votes under the governance category. The category itself represented 21 per cent of the total votes cast.
Foong explained that the wish was rooted in the feeling that Sarawak had not prospered in tandem with the rest of Malaysia despite being one of its richest states.
“There is a feeling that many policies that do not really benefit us have been imposed on us from the peninsula, that there is a bias in terms of and development.
“So it’s another way of saying, because Sarawak has not really benefited from being part of Malaysia, maybe we’d be better off on our own,” she said.
“But this does not in any way mean that it’s achievable. It’s a sentiment based on frustration with how the federal government has treated Sarawak.”
Not all who were frustrated with unequal development voted to leave Malaysia however. The suggestion “faster and better development” was also a popular suggestion with 332 votes or nine per cent of total votes cast.
Overall, the biggest share of votes (22 per cent) went to a category on better road and transportation networks. This included suggestions for a transport system, railroads and roads into every village.
Economic issues had the third largest vote pool (11 per cent) which reflected respondents’ wishes for more job opportunities, lower housing costs and lower petrol prices.
The rest of the categories comprised wishes for better education facilities such as universities and colleges and improved human rights such as titles for tribal land and total freedom of religion. Both garnered 6 per cent of total votes.
The remaining categories comprise suggestions under:
• the telecommunications category, for state-wide Wifi coverage and better mobile phone services (6 per cent)
• entertainment — local theme park, more events (5 per cent)
• forests and the environment — stop deforestation, no more dams (5 per cent)
• basic amenities — electricity and water supply for everyone (4 per cent)
• health facilities — more hospitals (3 per cent)
• reduce crime — (2 per cent)
A copy of the poll results has been handed over to some political parties contesting the election. The Sarawak Bloggers group however declined to reveal the identity of these parties.
Wednesday, 20 April 2011
Police report against ranting Pembela
Tarani Palani | April 20, 2011
Muslim group's 'willing to shed blood against Christians who insult and ridicule Islam' statement, highly provovative, says lawyer.
VIDEO INSIDEPETALING JAYA: A distressed Christian lawyer today lodged a police report against Pembela (Muslim Organisations in Defence of Islam) alleging their ranting at the national mosque recently were racially insidious and highly provocative.
Annou Xavier lodged a report at the Petaling Jaya police station over the NGO’s (a coalition of 20 Muslim groups) protest on Friday over the government’s handling of the Malay bible issue.
The group claimed that Christians had gone overboard in defending the Malay bible issue.
“Their statements on Friday are insidious, seditious and highly provocative. They are willing to disrupt harmony, cause hatred, and raise disaffection with Christians and among other peace loving citizens of Malaysia,” said Annou, who had the backing of eight NGOs.
In his police report, Annou cited a news article from online news portal, The Malaysian Insider (TMI), which reported that Pembela had “declared they were willing to shed blood against ‘extremist’ Christians who insult and ridicule the position of Islam in this country.”
TMI also reported that Pembela had urged “all Muslims leaders to unite against extremist Christians who challenged and insulted Islam”.
Annou said that such statements were a “warning” and a “threat” to peace loving Malaysians despite their differing religious believes.
Among the groups that endorsed Annou’s police report were Council of Churches of Malaysia Youth (CCM Youth), Civil Rights Committee of the Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall (CRC-KLSCAH) and the Islamic Renaissance Front (IRF).
Furore over Malay bibles
In a joint statement, the civil groups said that they were disturbed as Friday’s protest was carried by the international media and hoped that police would prevent “any future intimidation and threats of violence against one another in public spaces.”
The home ministry caused a furore when it seized 35,000 copies of the Al-Kitab in Port Klang (in 2009) and Kuching Port on Jan 12 earlier this year for being a threat to national security.
After a public outcry, the government agreed to release the 5,100 bibles held in Port Klang but not before stamping them with the home ministry’s “For Christians Only” seal and a serial number on each copy.
This angered the importers who refused to collect the bibles, with numerous Christian groups accusing the government of desecrating the holy books.
Earlier this month, the government issued a 10-point solution to solve the issue, and Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak promised that the bibles will never again be impounded.
However, the solution has not pleased all parties as several Christian groups have rejected it.
Posted by Eddy at 12:31
Saturday, 9 April 2011
S’wak stops KL activist from entering state
Tashny Sukumaran | April 8, 2011
This is the second time this week the BN-led state government has barred KL-based activists from entering the state.
UPDATEDKUALA LUMPUR: Political activist and academic Wong Chin Huat was tonight barred from entering Sarawak in a move that is believed to stop him from campaigning against Barisan Nasional for the coming state polls.
He was flown out of the state in the 10:10pm flight from Kuching.
“I was denied entry just mere moments after I landed,” he told FMT in a hurried phone call from inside the plane.
He had caught the 6:40pm flight from Kuala Lumpur, landing at Kuching International Airport at 8:15pm when he was barred by the authorities from entering the state.
Wong was allowed to consult his lawyers before he was whisked onto the plane back to Kuala Lumpur.
Wong is the spokesperson for polls watchdog Bersih 2.0 and had gone to Sarawak to monitor the election process.
Bersih’s chairperson S Ambiga labelled the state government’s decision as “ridiculous” in a tweet.
When contacted again later upon his arrival in Kuala Lumpur, Wong said he was denied entry following orders from the Chief Minister’s office, under Section 65 of the Immigration Act 1959/1963.
“I intend to take it to court,” he said.
“I’m not taking it lying down.”
Wong explained that he had been placed on the blacklist on March 29.
He suspected that it had something to do with a conference organised by Bersih on postal vote rights.
He added that he had planned to go to Sarawak not for the purpose of campaigning for any political parties.
“I was going to observe the election, and to educate voters on postal voting rights and send the message that bribery is a crime.
“I am fighting for the right of Sarawakians to a fair vote,” he said.
This is the second time this week the Barisan Nasional-led state government has barred KL-based activists from entering the state.
Land rights activist barred
On April 3, independent NCR land rights activist Steven Ng was also stopped from entering Sarawak.
Ng was told upon his arrival that he could not be let in under instructions from the state security department.
Last month, PKR’s Subang MP R Sivarasa was barred from entering Sarawak following orders issued by Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud.
Nominations for the Sarawak polls took place on April 6 and political parties are presently campaigning for the April 16 polls.
Opposition parties PKR, DAP and PAS are confident that they can do well in this election by highlighting the alleged corruption of Taib and his government.
Under the Malaysia Agreement, Sarawak has the power to bar anyone from entering the state, including persons from Peninsular Malaysia.
Patrick Lee | March 30, 2011The Christian Federation of Malaysia says that both the government and certain segments of society are to be blamed for this.
PETALING JAYA: There has been a systematic restriction on the practice of Christianity in this country, said the Christian Federation of Malaysia (CFM) today.
According to CFM chairman Bishop Ng Moon Hing, both the government and certain segments of society were to be blamed for this.
“There has been a systematic and progressive pushing back of the public space to practice, profess and express our faith.
“For example, the wearing and displaying of crosses and other religious symbols, using religious words and constructing places of worship have been restricted,” he said in a media statement.
Ng said that CFM was against the restrictions placed on the Bible as well as the language of choice in “the practice of our religion.”
He then cited Malaysia’s guarantee of freedom of religion in Article 11(1) of the Federal Constitution, and Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
More than 35,000 copies of the Malay-language Al-Kitab were detained in Port Klang and Kuching as the books were deemed a threat to national security.
After much public pressure, the government agreed to release the bibles but not before stamping the Home Ministry’s official seal on them, along with a “For Christians Only” label.
Remove every impediment
This led the bibles’ importers to refuse the copies, with numerous Christian groups around the country accusing the government of desecrating the holy books.
Ng said that the government needed to respect the Christian community’s right to use the Al-Kitab.
“We call on the government to remove every impediment, whether legal or administrative, to the importation, publication, distribution and use of the Al-Kitab,” he said.
He added that this included revoking orders made under the Internal Security Act (ISA) 1960 that considered the Malay-language bible a security threat.
Ng also said that the Printing Presses and Publications Act (PPPA) 1984 should not be applied to the affected bibles either.
Although he said that CFM was willing to work with the government on the matter, he nevertheless criticised the government for not consulting the affected parties before stamping the Al-Kitab.
Disallowed in many Peninsular states, the Al-Kitab’s usage would not be restricted in East Malaysia. This is due to Islamic law enactments set in states governed by the Malay sultanate.
Nearly half of Sarawak’s population is Christian, with many believers there more familiar with the Malay language.
The Al-Kitab matter is not the first Christian issue to have been brought up in recent times.
Last year, a massive row erupted over the use of the word “Allah” by the Malay version of the Catholic weekly newspaper, The Herald.
Subsequent events led to a number of churches being firebombed.
Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s administration was also not exempt from the alleged restriction on religious symbols.
In December, one of his aides allegedly instructed Catholic church officials to remove crucifixes and to avoid singing hymns during Najib’s Christmas visit to the Archbishop of KL. (FMT)
Posted by Eddy at 06:32