Tuesday, 26 June 2012
Sunday, 24 June 2012
The Memorial is made up of four beautiful gardens - the Australian Garden, the English Garden, the Borneo Garden and the Contemplation Garden and Pool. It is to represent the different nationalities. With its towering pine trees and blooming roses, a walk in the gardens is reminiscent to that of a stroll in a quaint English garden. The scent of roses lingers in the air and the serene atmosphere makes the Kundasang War Memorial an ideal place to contemplate and remember the heroes of the war.
Friday, 22 June 2012
Tuesday, 19 June 2012
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 18 Points , 20 Points , Agreement of Malaysia , Exposing the Truth , Fact , Federation of Malaysia 16 September 1963 , History , malaya , Nationalist , Sarawak , Secession , Separation , SSKM 2 comments
|Warkah terakhir Rosli Dhoby - Rakyat|
Sarawak yang pertama dihukum
Warkah Terakhir untuk Orang Negara Sarawak
Surat di bawah merupakan warkah terakhir Rosli Dhoby kepada ra'ayat Sarawak. Surat ini telah diserahkan oleh Rosli kepada seorang warden yang amat dipercayainya bernama Sumarja Muhammad, atau Pak S. Oleh itu atas nama perjuangan yang belum selesai saya berharap selagi nafas kita masih ada sebarkanlah surat ini untuk kita kemudi negeri Sarawak ini untuk agama bangsa dan tanah air.
Dengan secharek kertas ini dan se‑putung pensil untuk renungan sepanjang masa. Saya si‑penulis Rosli Dhobi dalam lindungan Permai. Saudara-saudara dan saudari-saudari sa‑perjuangan, saya ta' lama lagi akan meninggalkan jejak tanah tumpah darakku yang ku chintai, dan utama sekali ayah bunda yang ku kasehi dan saudara2 semua, dengan nama Allah sifat pemurah dan pengampun saya menyusun 10 jari mohon ampun dan maaf atas kesalahan saya yang telah terjadi selama ini, saga sanggup berkorban nyawa untuk memperbaiki raayat yang telah di‑ budaki oleh penjajah, saya mengaku dan terima apa-apa kesalahan di dunia ini saya ta'genter saya ta'takut mati, saya terima hukuman yang telah di jatohkan di‑mahkamah.
Saya berdoa kepada Allah S. W. T. Saudara-saudara saudari-saudari di‑akhir kelak balek ke‑pengkuan Ibu‑pertiwi. Sungguh begitu saya sudah sanggup menghapuskan orang putih yang berasin dan datang‑nya tetapi saya sudah tidak ada di dunia ini nama saya tetap harum seluroh Dunia sa‑genap plusuk. Akhir kata, hey! Saudara-saudara Saudari-saudari sekalian berjuanglah jangan mundur majulah ka hadapan
Amin ya rabbul alamin berkat do a laillahaitlahi Munamada rasululah. Dan saga uchapkan jutaan terima kasih kepada saudara Pa. S. Allah sahajalah yang akan membalas budi jasa‑nya dengan penuh layanan, nasiha yang belom pernah di‑dengar oleh saya dari awal hingga akhir.
Harapan ini surat jangan sekali di‑beri sesiapa pun. Simpan baik‑bai, barangkali di‑lain masa ada guna‑nya.
Ditulis pada 1‑3‑1950
Saya yang akan meninggalkan endah ini,
Tanggal 2 Mac 1950 beliau telah dijatuhkan hukuman gantung dan dikebumikan di Penjara Kuching bersama-sama Awang Rambli Mohd Deli , Bujang Suntong dan Morshidi Sidek.
Selepas 46 tahun bersemadi di penjara Kuching tanpa bernisan, tulang-temulang mereka kemudiannya dikebumikan semula di Masjid An-Nur Sibu pada 2 Mac 1996. Al Fatihah
Posted by Samsol at 2:27 AM
(rujukan nota :http://putrasarawak.blogspot.co.uk/2009/06/warkah-terakhir-untuk-orang-negara.html)
|Tempat Rosli Dhoby disemadikan|
Monday, 18 June 2012
Monday, June 18, 2012 No comments
Hospital Duchess of Kent, Sandakan telah memulakan perkhidmatan pada awal tahun 1900.
Bangunan hospital pertama dibina di lokasi persimpangan Jalan Singapura dengan Jalan Bukit Bendera. Ia terdiri daripada beberapa bangunan kayu dan separuh kekal, yang dapat memenuhi keperluan kesihatan dan perubatan penduduk sekitar Sandakan pada masa tersebut.
Malangnya semasa Perang Dunia Kedua ia musnah apabila dibom oleh Tentera Jepun.
Setelah peperangan tamat, pihak British telah mula membina sebuah hospital baru di tapak hospital yang ada pada hari ini. Hospital baru dua tingkat jenis kekal ini dibina pada tahun 1951 dan merupakan hospital moden pertama di Negeri Sabah.
Bangunan ini siap sepenuhnya pada tahun 1953. Pembukaan rasmi hospital ini telah dilakukan pada 20 Oktober 1952 oleh HRH Duchess of Kent ketikaitu, dan dinamakan Hospital Duchess of Kent bersempena dengan nama perasminya.
Bangunan hospital ini dinaik taraf kali pertama pada tahun 1960.
Sunday, 17 June 2012
Thursday, 14 June 2012
It's left only one week for the anniversary of The Independence Day of Sarawak... Lets us together pray for THE ALMIGHTY LORD to grace our land with love and unity...
Towards Genuine Sovereign and Independent Sarawak Nation
DUM SPIRO SPERO
(contribution from : Sarawak Kingdom)
Tuesday, 12 June 2012
Source : Sarawak Regions Census 2010.
Sarawak possesses a richly spiritual society formed from its multiracial and diversity of religions of its people. Christianity has the highest number of practitioners in Sarawak with 43%-majority according to the 2010 census. Major Christian denominations in Sarawak are the Roman Catholics, Anglicans, Methodists, Borneo Evangelical Mission (BEM or Sidang Injil Borneo, S.I.B.) and Baptists. Many Sarawakian Christians are non-Malay Bumiputera, ranging from Iban, Bidayuh, Orang Ulu and Melanau. Islam is the second largest religion in Sarawak with 30% of Sarawak population are Muslim. Many Muslims are from Malay, Melanau and Kedayan ethnic groups. Buddhism is the third largest, predominantly practiced by Chinese, with slightly less than 20% professing it.
Other significant religions in Sarawak are Baha'i, Hinduism, Sikhism and animism. Many Dayak especially Iban continue to practice traditional ceremonies, particularly with dual marriage rites and during the important harvest and ancestral festivals such as Gawai Dayak, Gawai Kenyalang and Gawai Antu. Other ethnics who still have trace number of animism followers are Melanau and Bidayuh.
source of : Census of Sarawak Religions year 2010
Point 1: Religion
While there was no objection to Islam being the national religion of Malaysia there should be no State religion in Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah), and the provisions relating to Islam in the present Constitution of Malaya should not apply to Borneo
Thursday, 7 June 2012
36 years ago 6.6.1976 Tun Mohd Fuad Stephens Chief Minister of Sabah and 10 of his cabinets met with this tragedy (or conspiration?)
The Double Six Tragedy, also known as the Double Six Crash, was a plane crash which took place on June 6, 1976 in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. The plane, operated by Sabah Air, coming from Labuan crashed in the sub-district of Sembulan in Kota Kinabalu upon approaching Kota Kinabalu International Airport. The crash killed everyone on board the flight, including Tun Fuad Stephens, the Chief Minister of Sabah at that time.
The other passengers on the flight were State Ministers Datuk Salleh Sulong, Datuk Peter Mojuntin, Chong Thien Vun, and assistant minister Darius Binion. Others who perished were the then Secretary of State for the Ministry of Finance of Sabah Datuk Wahid Peter Andau, Director of Economic Planning Unit of Sabah Dr. Syed Hussein Wafa, Isak Atan (Private Secretary to Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah), Corporal Said Mohammad (bodyguard to Tun Fuad Stephens), Captain Gandhi Nathan (the pilot of the aircraft) and Tun Fuad's eldest son Johari Stephens.
The reason behind the crash is uncertain. Immediately after the accident there were allegations of foul play due to the political circumstances at the time. The Australian government sent a team of four investigators to assist in finding the cause of the accident. Mechanical failure was ruled out, and preliminary investigations indicated overloading was one of the contributing factors. The real reason for the crash remains a mystery, and the original report on the incident remains classified.
In the afternoon following the accident, Deputy Chief Minister Harris Salleh was sworn in as the sixth Chief Minister of Sabah.
The aircraft was an Australian designed and built Nomad. Tragedy happened at 3:50PM and crashed was in Sembulan, Kota - Kinabalu.
Tuesday, 5 June 2012
Sunday, 3 June 2012
|Sarawak Registration Ordinance 1949 - Issued by Survey Department , Federation of Malaya.|
|Identity Card in Sarawak issued on year 1949|
|Old Passport for Sarawak also known as "British Passport"|
Friday, 1 June 2012
Malaysians and the world expect them to immediately throw light on the whereabouts of Peter as six hours are definitely enough time for the police authorities to come out with clear statement of Jaban’s whereabouts or an open admission that lawlessness in Malaysia have reached a new level where three persons completely uninvolved with the police or the government have abducted Peter in broad daylight in Miri in Malaysia! [Curi]
Also from his family back in Sarawak :
Yesterday, Peter’s father Jaban said Peter’s alleged disappearance in Miri was the only news the family had of Peter.
“I have not seen him for two years,” said Jaban who lives in Jalan Dato Mohd Musa (old Muara Tuang Road) in Kota Samarahan. He said he hoped one day Peter would come to his senses and take days off from RFS to visit them, especially on festive occasions.
On June 10th, 2012 [from peter John Jaban] - This is our chance is to bring about real change in Sarawak politics. My struggle for Sarawak will continue where it’s needed most.
The events of the last week have revealed many things. The first is just a reminder of how much I love this country, how much I love Sarawak.
As the Malay saying goes: ‘Hujan emas di negeri orang, hujan batu di negeri sendiri.’ I am a Sarawakian. I need to be here among my people to work effectively. I started Radio Free Sarawak and moved to London mainly because freedom of expression here in my own country is lacking – something that I am trying to change. But, I just couldn’t stay away.
Now, I feel that I can best continue my struggle for the future of Sarawak here. No matter what London offers, it has nothing to compare to my own ties that bind me to Sarawak, my ibu pertiwiku, as it is called in the Sarawak state anthem.
So, maybe you’ll see me driving around town in my Cadillac with my beautiful daughter at my side. I’ll even wave again at YB Abdul Karim Hamzah, Assistant Youth Development Minister, as he stares at me from his tiny classic car.
What else have I learnt from the last week? I have learnt that I am safer here than in any other country. In spite of all the stories from the government-controlled media trying to paint me black, I have learnt that, when I need help, the people of Sarawak are right there behind me.
There are so many great heroes here in this state, carrying on their good work and supporting my own; I feel proud to work with them and will continue to do so wherever they need me.With regards the near future, I will continue to take action, fighting on the ground for the people of Sarawak.
I fly no flag but theirs, as I have always done. I know that Radio Free Sarawak will carry on, business as usual, spreading the message to where it is needed and, of course, I will give them every assistance in that.
I urge listeners to continue to tune in and listen to the real message. You might even hear me reporting from the interior. But from now on, I’m staying right here.
My thanks go out to them and all those who helped me – the good Samaritans, Dr Michael Teo, the lawyers Alan Ling and See Chee How. If any fingers are still being pointed at my supporters and friends who came to my aid in my time of need – I want this to stop now.
This is the only reason why I am making this statement at this time. In reality, I’d be quite happy for this whole event to pass into history. ~ Peter John Jaban ; famously known as Papa OrangUtan.
Borneo Post on 10/6/2012