Sabah dan Sarawak adalah BERSTATUS NEGARA dan bukannya Negeri.

Sabah dan Sarawak adalah sebuah Negara yang MERDEKA DAN BERDAULAT yang mana kedua - dua NEGARA ini telah bersama-sama dengan Singapura dan Malaya untuk membentuk Persekutuan Malaysia pada 16 September 1963.

Happy Sabah (North Borneo) Independence Day 51 Years

Sabah or previously known as North Borneo was gained Independence Day from British on August 31, 1963. To all Sabahan, do celebrate Sabah Merdeka Day with all of your heart!

Sarawak For Sarawakian!

Sarawak stand for Sarawak! Sarawakian First. Second malaysian!

The Unity of Sabah and Sarawak

Sabah dan Sarawak adalah Negara yang Merdeka dan Berdaulat. Negara Sabah telah mencapai kemerdekaan pada 31 Ogos 1963 manakala Negara Sarawak pada 22 Julai 1963. Sabah dan Sarawak BUKAN negeri dalam Malaysia! Dan Malaysia bukan Malaya tapi adalah Persekutuan oleh tiga buah negara setelah Singapura dikeluarkan daripada persekutuan Malaysia.

Sign Petition to collect 300,000 signatures

To all Sabahan and Sarawakian... We urge you to sign the petition so that we can bring this petition to United Nations to claim our rights back as an Independence and Sovereign Country for we are the Nations that live with DIGNITY!

Decedent of Rajah Charles Brooke

Jason Desmond Anthony Brooke. The Grandson of Rajah Muda Anthony Brooke, and Great Great Grandson of Rajah Charles Brooke

A true Independence is a MUST in Borneo For Sabah and Sarawak.

Sabah (formerly known as North Borneo) and Sarawak MUST gain back its Freedom through a REAL Independence.

Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Masih Ragu-ragu dengan Kebolehan GoPetition???

Menjadi orang yang berpengetahuan memang susah tetapi menjadi orang bodoh pula, sangat senang. Sebab untuk menjadi bodoh, tidak perlu tahu apa-apa. 

Kadang-kadang orang BODOH seringkali dikaitkan dengan peribahasa, seperti KATAK DI BAWAH TEMPURUNG kelapa. Saya SANGSI jika ada katak di bawah tempurung kepala kita. 

Saya tahu semua orang akan mengalaminya tetapi , saya juga tidak terkecuali tetapi akan ada satu masa yang kita tidak tahu, semua orang tahu.

Jika anda tidak ingin menjadi bodoh selamanya, adalah lebih baik kita lihat banyak perkara yang telah dilakukan oleh GoPetitioin. Aspek pertama yang harus kita ketahui ialah SIAPA yang pernah BERJAYA didalam kempen didalam GoPetition? Kejayaan mereka dilihat melalui Dan testimoni
Anda juga boleh membaca kenyataan yang dibuat oleh John POPE didalam, hasil daripada temubual beliau bersama dengan mereka yang ingin mengetahui kebenaran tentang GoPetition. 

Dia juga memberikan saranan kepada semua umat manusia di seluruh dunia untuk turut serta atau mengambil bahagian didalam kempen yang berkaitan dengan kemanusiaan. 

Manusia yang mencipta SOFTWARE Gopetition bukan satu atau dua hari. Ada software yang dicipta sehingga bertahun-tahun lamanya. Ia dicipta dengan teliti berdasarkan kepada KAJIAN yang dibuat oleh pembuat SOFTWARE terhadap INTERAKSI MANUSIA dan mereka menghadapi TRIAL and ERROR setiap kali membuat UJIAN... (>>>Meneruskan Pembacaan<<< )

The Temenggong of the Iban

The late Tun Jugah as the Temenggong of the Iban organized The Kapit Conference on 15.2.1962 which was attended by 51 elected Pengarah and Penghulu to discuss the proposals for a Federation of Malaysia.

The conference reached general agreement that the scheme should be supported subjected to certain conditions and resolutions which were submitted to the Cobbold Commission.

The resolutions were :-

(1) The Head of the State of Sarawak to be native of Sarawak.

(2) The Head of of each State in the Federation of Malaysia to be eligible in due course to be the Head of the Federation of Malaysia.

(3) Adat Lama to remain under the control of the Government of the State of Sarawak.

(4) Land to be under the control of the State.

(5)English to remain the official language of the State of Sarawak and to continue to be one of the official languages of Malaysia.

(6) Freedom of religious worship.

(7)There should be adequate representation for Sarawak in the Federal Government.

(8) British Officers to remain until replaced by properly qualified local people. Natives to have a fair share of Government employment.

(9) Sarawak natives to enjoy the same status as Malay in Malaya.

(10) Education to be a Federal subject and to be equalised throughout Malaysia as soon as possible. Sarawak natives to have a fair share of overseas scholarships.

(11) Immigration to remain under the control of the State of Sarawak.

(12) Powers reserved in the Constitution of a State may not be changed without the Agreement of the State.

(13) Development in Sarawak to be accelerated.

Iban who appeared before the Cobbold Commission in Kapit also raised the question about the right to withdraw from the new Federation and such a right should be written into the Federal Constitution.

In the words of the late Tun Jugah;


(Tun Jugah of Sarawak by Vinson H. Sutlive Jr.)

Source: Sarawak




THE ANSWER IS IN THE UN DECLARATION on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 14 December 1960. 

In its substantive law stipulations, the Declaration postulates what may be described as ordering principles, intended to guide the progressive development of international law in accordance with the General Assembly’s own explicit mandate under Article 13, paragraph 1 (a), of the Charter of the United Nations:

- that the subjection of peoples to alien subjugation, domination and exploitation constitutes a denial of fundamental human rights (art. 1);

- that all peoples have the right to self-determination, but that this necessarily includes the right freely to determine their political status and freely to pursue their economic, social and cultural development (art. 2);

- that all armed action or repressive measures of all kinds directed against dependent peoples shall cease (art. 4);

- that immediate steps shall be taken, in United Nations Trust and Non-Self-Governing Territories or all other territories which have not yet attained independence, to transfer all powers to the peoples of those territories (art. 5).

All the above 4 declarations apply to Sabah and Sarawak

1. Both resource rich territories and peoples have been subject to 49 years of "alien subjugation, domination and exploitation"- reducing them to be be poorest "states of Malaysia.

2. Sabahans & Sarawakians should have the right to be free from Malayan colonial domination, to determine their political status and freely to pursue their economic, social and cultural development

3. UMNO BB has used both armed action or repressive measures of all kinds directed against dependent peoples over 49 years.

4. Decolonization of Sabah and Sarawak must begin immediately.

‘We respect Aug 31 but…’

Sarawakians respect Aug 31 but it is not their independence day, and 'now Malaya identifies somethings that are not connected with Sabah and Sarawak'.

KUCHING: As Communications and Multimedia Minister Shabery Cheek compels Malaysians to “display” patriotism by standing up in cinemas to the national anthem and fly the Jalur Gemilang in conjunction with Merdeka Day, newly ‘awakened’ Sarawakians are taking a ‘respectful’ stand.

They are saying that Aug 31 is the day Federated Malaya secured its freedom from colonial rule.

And like the United States of America, Federated Malaya had “only much later annexed” then independent Sabah and Sarawak via a Malaysian Agreement signed on Sept 16, 1963.

Righfully then, Sept 16 should be the “more” celebrated national day and Sarawak’s July 22 as the day the state received its independence.

If there were arguments over this in the past, Chief Minister Taib Mahmud’s presence and endorsement of Sarawak’s Independence Day celebrations on July 22 recently has put an end to this, opined some to FMT.

Said Douglas Bujong 34 a technician from Serian: “Aug 31 should be the date of independence for Malaya, not Sarawak.

“That is recognized in our history annals. So Sarawak should not be involved at all with this date.

“I am very happy the state government has recognised July 22 as an important date for Sarawakians.

“Sarawak gained its freedom from the British on July 22, 1963. It’s a part of Sarawak identity.”

Kuching-based Joseph Gee, 39 shared his view, adding that Sarawak’s history has lived in the shadow of Malaya’s.

A sales consultant Gee said Sarawak should celebrate its own Independence Day as a “reminder to the new generation of “our true history”.

“July 22 celebrations was great, both as a way to celebrate and also to remind the newer generation.

“Once we know our history better, then we can learn from it. It’s important that we Sarawakians know our actual history,” said Gee.

Edgar Ong, a 50-year-old entrepreneur here, however believes that the apt national conciliation day for Malaysians to celebrate is Sept 16.

“Aug 31, 1957 is Malaya Independence, not for Sabah and Sarawak, for us, we should celebrate on Sept 16, formation of Malaysia. From past experience, Malaya has no interest in us.

‘We respect Aug 31 but…’

Suzie de Run, a self-employed, 41 year old from Belaga is also disconnected with Aug 31 celebrations that Shabery is flogging.

“Only Malaya should celebrate Aug 31. It is their independence day. Why? Because Malaysia was never colonised.

“But honestly, I never feel ‘connected’ with West Malaysia and their kind of rules.

Thomas Jacques, 50, a civil engineer was more specific. He said no one can force the Sarawakians to fly “the flag to celebrate Aug 31.”

“We must think Sabah and Sarawak as equal partners with Malaya. Sarawak people cannot be forced to fly the flag to celebrate Aug 31.

“We do respect the day, but we must celebrate Sept 16.

“We must put things in right perspective. Malaya must connect with Sabah and Sarawak.

“Now Malaya identifies somethings that are not connected with Sabah and Sarawak, “ he said.

A member of Sarawak’s old guards, Abdillah Taha Bojeng, 76, perhaps best summed the feelings in Sarawak when he said: “I cannot even remember what happened in Kuching that day, so I won’t accept that as the day Sarawak gained its independence.”

“I’ve lived through many decades, seeing Sarawak being a British colony back in the fifties and sixties, as well as growing up as a child during the Japanese occupation.

“So much changes, so many things I had witnessed but I cannot remember what happend in Kuching on Aug 31 1957.

“But I felt the excitement when independence was proclaimed for Sarawak on July 22, 1963,” he said adding that he was deeply proud when the government recently recognized this date “even re-enacted the independence proclamation.”

“I hope the significance of July 22 will not be forgotten again by Sarawakians after this,” said Abdillah a patriarch of an extended family of 53.

Sarawak’s had enough ‘hot air’ talk

Kuching MP says most of Putrajaya’s policies are Peninsular Malaysia-centric.

KUALA LUMPUR: Sarawak has had enough of Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s sweet talk about increasing the allocation for Sarawak.

“It’s only hot air because when we look at the 2015 Budget, we do not see Sarawak getting more allocation,” said Kuching MP Chong Chieng Jen when debating the budget speech in Parliament.

“Let the Sarawak government decide on its own how to develop Sarawak. Meet our demand for 20 per cent oil royalty.”

Chong, who is also the DAP Sarawak chairman, reminded Putrajaya that there were parallels between Scotland, which held a Referendum on September 18, and Sabah and Sarawak on the other hand.

The perception that Scotland was being unfairly treated by the British government, an echo of similar feelings in Sabah and Sarawak vis-à-vis Putrajaya, resulted in the September 18 Referendum, Chong pointed out.

“Is the Federal government going to suppress sentiments (in Sabah and Sarawak) by resorting to the Sedition Act?” asked Chong. “The British government dealt with conflict through a Referendum and not by clamping down on dissent by using laws like the Sedition Act.”

“Is the government going to allow a referendum to be held in Borneo, like in Scotland?”

The grouses of Sabahans and Sarawakians, he continued, were not unfounded as most of Putrajaya’s policies were in favour of the peninsula.

The RM400 million the government paid in highway concessions to keep toll rates low, RM50 billion mass rapid transit (MRT) project, and the housing policy will not benefit Borneo, argued Chong in citing three examples of Putrajaya being Peninsular Malaysia-centric.

Giving an analogy, he claimed that villages in Sarawak for example don’t even have access roads while Peninsular Malaysians enjoy the luxury of griping about traffic jams.

“The feeling that they were being unfairly treated has resulted in movements like Sarawak for Sarawakians, Sarawak Autonomy Movement, Sarawak Sovereignty Movement, and Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM),” he said.

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