Friday, 5 September 2014

Wan Junaidi, I am not a politician and I am "disgruntled"

" Wan Junaidi, I am not a politician and I am "disgruntled" at what the Malayan Elites have done to us for the past 51 years.

I think as far as Sabah and Sarawak politicians across the political divide is concern there is no problem in working together towards this issue. The problem is that for the past 51 years our grouses has fallen on deaf ears and the Elites especially in Putrajaya could not care less about our plights.

Even IF I have the most logical mind in the World I would not influence Jeffrey, what he has been doing stands to reason. Do the Elites in Putrajaya have the same cognitive faculties? or because they are so intellectually challenge that they can only response with brute force?

Please don't try to reason that we should all look at it from the positive and not the negative sides. The crux of the problem is that for the past 51 years Kuala Lumpur did not keep to their promises and assurances as enshrined in the Malaysia Agreement 1963 and elaborated in the Inter-Governmental Committee Report.

The real reason we have sub-standard and backward facilities is because since 1969 Kuala Lumpur has rob us of our Wealth using the State of Emergency. The Kuala Lumpur Elites prefer to develop Klang Valley and scraps given to Kuching and Kota Kinabalu.

Now we know for certain that the laws used to rob us of our wealth was lifted by "accident". We shall do everything within our power to protect this wealth from another attempt to take it forcefully from us.

There shall be no more promises and assurances, we want everything to be up front - otherwise what is the point talking to a mere messenger?

Therefore let’s begin the dialog with answers to this little gem

“It is a necessary condition that from the outset Malaysia should be regarded by all concerned as an association of partners, combining in the common interest to create a new nation by retaining their own individualities. If any idea were to take root that Malaysia would involve a “take-over” of the Borneo territories by the Federation of Malaya and the submersion of the individualities of North Borneo and Sarawak, Malaysia would not in my judgment, be generally acceptable or successful.”

Lord Cobbold 1962


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