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.

Monday, 23 February 2015

Sabah activist dares authorities to extradite her

Alleged secessionist has no intention of returning to Malaysia to face possible sedition charges.

PETALING JAYA: Doris Jones, wanted by local authorities for promoting secession of Sabah and Sarawak from Malaysia, issued a dare to the authorities to utilise the proper channels to get her extradited back to Malaysia to face sedition charges.

She made it clear that she has no intentions of returning on her own accord.

Jones, accused of invoking secessionist sentiments via social media, through the Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM) page on Facebook reportedly told The Star that she was not aware of any summons from the authorities which lead to an arrest warrant issued by the Kota Kinabalu magistrate’s court.

While refusing to disclose her exact location at the time, Jones said, “They can try to get me in the United Kingdom, the European Union (EU) or maybe even Australia. They can try.

“I don’t think Malaysia has any extradition treaties with the EU,” said Jones.

Jones also spared details about herself and refused to acknowledge if she was still a Malaysian citizen.

“I don’t want to answer that. I am from Sabah,” she said.

The wanted activist is believed to be based in London and according to her, also contested in the May 2014 European Parliament election, on a UK-based National Liberal Party ticket.

Earlier this month, 14 activists linked to the secession movement were arrested in Tuaran and Kota Kinabalu, but have all been released on bail.

The stabbed governor of Sarawak

Duncan Stewart was killed several weeks into his governorship
Previously secret documents show British officials covered up evidence about the assassination of a colonial governor in East Asia after World War II, fearing the truth might spark a war. But this, it seems, left an unjust stain on the reputation of a British man from a family of so-called White Rajahs.

In December 1949 the new governor of the recently acquired British colony of Sarawak was on his first official tour. Among Scotsman Duncan Stewart's previous postings was Palestine - one of the most dangerous in the world at that time. After that, it was thought he would have little to fear in the comparatively sleepy backwater of Sarawak, on the island of Borneo.

After a couple of weeks in the job, he went to the town of Sibu on his first official visit. He was welcomed warmly by a large crowd, who all seemed to be enjoying themselves, according to press reports of the day.

After inspecting a guard of honour, he walked on flanked by a gaggle of excited school children. Then a youth walked towards Governor Stewart holding a camera and asked to take his photo. As his Majesty's representative prepared to pose, another youth stabbed him.

Officials quickly grabbed the two youths and arrested them.

Despite suffering a deep stab wound, Governor Stewart is reported to have carried on for a while, as if the murderous assault hadn't happened. But when blood began to seep through his starched white uniform he was rushed away for treatment. He died a few days later, after being flown to a hospital in Singapore.

Two local Malay youths, Rosli bin Dobi and Moshidi bin Sedek, were tried for murder and later hanged. Both were thought to be members of a group dedicated to restoring Anthony Brooke, heir-elect of a British family of so-called White Rajahs, to the throne of Sarawak. The "anti-cession" movement objected to the decision to cede Sarawak to the British.

Anthony Brooke died in 2011, never officially told the assassination had nothing to do with him
The Brookes had ruled this northern slice of the island of Borneo since the mid-19th Century. It had been given to Anthony's Great Great Uncle James by the then Sultan of Brunei, after the Victorian adventurer had quelled a revolt for him.

It was then run as a virtually independent and apparently benevolent kingdom by the Brooke family. The interests of the varied local tribal groups were, it seems, well protected by the Brookes as commercial pressures grew following an influx of investors and businessmen.

But, finally, in July 1946, Sarawak became Britain's last colonial acquisition. It was handed over to the British crown by Anthony Brooke's uncle, Charles Vyner Brooke, in exchange for a £200,000 pay-off.

Charles Vyner Brooke in Sarawak in 1946
But Anthony Brooke, who had been expected to take over as White Rajah of Sarawak, was not happy about this.

Neither were many locals. Even though his family were as British as the new colonial masters, they had become part of the local fabric, unlike the pith-helmeted rulers from far away.

Demonstrations, arranged by each Kampong (village community) greeted the first governor, Sir Charles Arden Clarke, on his arrival in Sarawak in 1946

Protests spread from village to village
Numerous anti-cession protests were held. Placards called for a return to White Rajah rule led by Anthony Brooke.

So when the British governor was killed, suspicions naturally fell on him as the leader and focus of the anti-cession movement. Was he involved in the assassination plot as part of his bid to win back power? British officials left that looking a distinct possibility - but they knew more than they let on.

"That's not what the British government believes at all," says historian Simon Ball, of Glasgow University, who has extensively researched the case.

Indeed, evidence shows the ringleaders of the assassination plot were not acting for Anthony Brooke, nor did they have any intention of returning him to power. Instead, in a letter discovered by Professor Ball, written by one co-conspirator to the other, they make clear their intentions of helping neighbouring Indonesia to take over British Sarawak.

"What they want is freedom as part of Indonesia. So this is the underlying political motive for the killing. It's not to support [Anthony] Brooke."
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The British it seems, feared that to confront Indonesia with its involvement in such a plot might spark an unwelcome conflict. The newly independent nation had just driven out Dutch colonial troops by force, and the UK already had its hands full dealing with insurrection in British-run Malaya to the north-west.

So they decided to keep quiet about the fact that this had little to do with Brooke's supporters and a lot to do with an anti-colonial independence movement. In a letter marked "confidential", John Higham of the Colonial Office wrote to a colleague in the Foreign Office. "We have now come to the very definite conclusion that the publication of the correspondence would be dangerous and that it would be undesirable to show it to Anthony Brooke."


The Superintendent of the local Special Branch wrote two weeks later: "There is no evidence or suspicion that AB [Anthony Brooke] knew of the intention to assassinate H.E. [His Excellency] The Governor."

But despite all this, the finger of blame for the death of Governor Duncan Stewart was left pointing at Anthony Brooke, who was never officially told that his anti-cession campaign had little to do with the assassination.

A year later he formally gave up his claim to the Sarawak throne and travelled the world as a self-appointed peace ambassador, before settling in rural New Zealand where he died, aged 98, last year. His grandson, Jason Brooke, says it is distressing that his grandfather went to his grave not knowing the truth.

"I think it was very, very difficult for Anthony, the way he was landed with these… more than implications, almost accusations, of having at least a moral responsibility for what had happened to Duncan Stewart. It's sad, but that's history."

Document will be broadcast on Monday 12 March at 20:00 GMT on BBC Radio 4.

Oil prices are really low nowadays. Why? Let us find it out

Reasons for the crisis

We have decided to get back to basics of this crisis to begin with. As some of us probably remember, oil prices have begun to fall since July-August 2014. During our searches we have found an article written by Forbes’ contributor Thomas Landstreet. The piece was published on August 20th, when the general trend had already been tangible and oil price had almost touched the psychological point at $90 per barrel. However, this point was known as resistance level for the fossil’s price, so there still was a little hope that price would go up. But Thomas is an experienced analyst. Moreover, he saw how strong oil prices and actions of governments are tied together. So, in his article with the descriptive title: “Here Comes Cheaper Oil: Why Prices Are Set To Fall” - he predicted that prices would be as low as $90 by Christmas eve unless some crisis in geopolitics happened. The crisis occurred. Actually it was already there when the article was issued, so shame on you Thomas. Anyway, the prices are falling and falling significantly. As of this writing the oil costs almost $74 per barrel, which is the lowest price since August 2010. In any case, let us emphasize the main reasons of falling according to Landstreet.Firstly, political reforms towards liberalization of Mexican economy enacted by the country’s president Enrique Pena Nieto in 2013. These reforms have lead to opening Mexican energy markets to foreign and private companies. The connection is obvious. It is much cheaper to extract oil in Mexico than to make fracking in the US for example.Secondly, Thomas was predicting that if the republicans won the midterm elections, the process of liberalization of oil industry in the USA would be accelerated. And, he was right. Republicans have won and now the oil-producing industry has an access to chip extraction of fossils at US Atlantic coast.Thirdly, gasoline in US costs too much, which is actually a reason to liberalize oil-industry in states to make fuel cheapen. This process in its turn has an effect on oil prices, because producing becomes cheaper too. Also, some analysts claim that OPEC members are not cutting production and knocking crude prices down in order to throw US shale projects out of the market. But it sounds like another conspiracy theory. Talking about the reasons that caused falling of crude prices, we cannot avoid mentioning the article written by Matthew Philips for Bloomberg’s Businessweek. He claims, and it is absolutely sound, that oil supply has risen but demand is significantly decreasing at the same time. Namely, stagnation of European economy and deceleration of growth in China. Also, unwillingness of OPEC countries to reduce oil production makes crude prices to fall. All of them, excluding Saudi Arabia, are producing as much as they were during last years. Moreover, Libya and Angola have even increased oil extraction.

Is it an actual crisis?

Not really. First of all, we have too much oil, meaning enough to satisfy our demand in this fossil fuel. Secondly, there are only three countries that will be strongly affected by low prices: Brazil, Mexico and Venezuela - mostly because of their short-sighted policy regarding savings from oil sales. Other big players of the oil-industry such as Russia or Middle East countries will be affected but not very strongly, because they have gained a lot from oil last years.

What are the effects?

The effects are obviously negative for the industry; however they are still good for the global economy. Why? In most countries of the world cheaper crude means cheaper gasoline. This trend will allow regular consumers to save a lot on fuel, and they will start to spend these savings on consumption of goods. Note, that winter holidays are coming and for most of us it is a signal to buy more, which we will definitely do. Besides, according to Business Insider companies from Standard & Poor's 500 index will benefit from low oil prices in 2015; so, $10 drop in Brent price will make these companies benefit from $2 to $145 per share. Also, here is an infographic based on Goldman and Sachs report that shows how other markets benefit from oil industry crisis.

What are the steps being taken to stop prices from falling?


The OPEC meeting was held on November the 27th where the members of the organization have decided not to cut production in order to bolster prices. The similar situation happened in the 1980’s; the only OPEC member that cut production that time was Saudi Arabia; now they are not going to do it alone so as to not lose their market share. “Saudi Arabia has definitely made it clear that defending the oil market is a collective responsibility, and no member country should expect Saudi Arabia to swing alone” - resolutely claimed the former aide to Saudi oil minister, Mr. Naimi. At the same time, other OPEC members such as Nigeria and Venezuela with weak economy will incur significant losses from production cut, so they also will not do it. So, the prices are set to fall.

Sunday, 22 February 2015

What Interpol hunt? asks Sabah secession protagonist Doris Jones

KOTA KINABALU, Feb 21 — Doris Jones, the woman wanted by Malaysian police for allegedly masterminding the Sabah and Sarawak secessionist movement is unfazed by the headlines that Interpol will now be roped in to hunt her down.

Jones, in a phone call from an unknown number to Malay Mail Online said that she has not heard anything from Interpol or the Malaysian police about the warrant of arrest for her apart from what she has read in news reports here.

“I’m not sure what they’re talking about. No one had contacted me regarding the arrest. But I know it won’t be easy as they will need to get police cooperation here and they will need to go to court for it,” she said.

She dismissed any threat of imminent arrest, saying she has nothing to be afraid of as she has not committed any crime.

Jones, said to be behind a controversial social media movement called Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia or SSKM, said she is working under a United Kingdom-based non governmental organisation called Sabah Sarawak Union.

SSKM is only its social media name, she explained.

She added that she is currently in Europe, but declined to reveal further details about herself, although she said she travelled to Malaysia as recent as last year and was trailed by the police then.

“I went back as recent as last year, and in 2013, I spent about three months at home, meeting friends, villagers and getting people aware of our campaign and build contacts,” said Jones, who speaks with a heavy English accent.

Sabah state police commissioner Datuk Jalaluddin Abdul Rahman said last week that a warrant of arrest has been issued for a 46-year-old Doris Yapp Kim Youn from Labuan.

Speaking to The Star Online earlier this week, Jones would not confirm if she is the same person named in the arrest warrant.

Yapp, according to reports, is widely believed to be a paralegal based in London who had contested in the May 2014 election for the European Parliament via the United Kingdom-based National Liberal Party on a platform of “self-determination”.

To date a total of 14 local volunteer activists working for Jones’ SSKM movement have been arrested in Tuaran and Lahad Datu for purportedly promoting secession by seeking signatures for a petition to review the 1963 Malaysia Agreement.

Explaining the campaign, Jones said it had first started out as merely an online campaign.

“But we needed to reach places without internet, which is most of Sabah, so our volunteers suggested we take our cause to the public,” she said.

“We do not force, people have to willingly want to put their name down. I can’t see how this is against the law,” Jones added.

She said she has been following the sequence of events in Sabah from where she is currently located.

“I will not abandon them, and continue to provide legal advice,” she said, adding that the sentiment will keep on growing and more and more native Sabahans and Sarawakians were joining the cause.

“The Sabah today is not the same as the Sabah I knew from 40 years ago. Some still pander to the federal government but many more are now willing to stand up and demand their rights as enshrined in the Malaysia Agreement,” she said.

“If they feel they are not heard, what choice are they left with, but to leave?” she added.

The SSKM movement shot to fame last year when a police report was lodged by a non governmental organisation demanding police investigate the act of treason.

The movement’s Facebook page gained more traction and today sees nearly 32,000 “Likes”, mostly from Sabah’s rural youths.

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Pemimpin-Pemimpin Negara Sabah dan Negara Sarawak yang Menyokong Akta Hasutan Adalah PENGKHIANAT dan PENJAHANAM Bangsa Borneo!

Disini, pihak kami ingin membawa rakyat Bangsa Negara Sabah dan Bangsa Negara Sarawak untuk bersama-sama mengenal pasti pemimpin-pemimpin manakah yang ingin menjadi pengkhianat bangsa Negara Sabah dan Negara Sarawak. 

Nama mereka pasti akan dikenang selamanya sebagai PENJAHANAM Bangsa kerana telah bersekongkol dengan malaya agar suara Kebenaran Bangsa Borneo didiamkan oleh akta Penjajah British yang sebenarnya hanya terguna pakai di malaya. Akta ini juga adalah akta yang dikecam oleh masyarakat antarabangsa.

Penggunaan Akta Hasutan adalah untuk kepentingan kelangsungan umno-bn dalam mendiamkan mana-mana pihak yang berpotensi untuk mengugat kedudukan malaya di Borneo melalui bn-umno.

Dengan itu, pihak SSKM-SSU(UK) telah menyediakan poster untuk anda semua download, print dan nilai sendiri dalam mengenal pasti siapakah Pengkhianat dan Penjahanam Bangsa Borneo di Negara Sabah dan Negara Sarawak.

Selepas itu, anda putuskan dimana undi yang ingin anda berikan semasa pilihan raya nanti... Adakah masih orang yang sama (pengkhianat dan penjahanam) ataupun orang baru (Pemimpin Baru)?

***Pada 30 Mac 2015, usul untuk meluluskan akta hasutan akan dibentangkan di Parlimen. Dan sila berikan perhatian dengan wakil-wakil Parlimen anda. Adakah mereka ini menyokong atau menolak? Jika menolak, sila bulatkan tanda "Thumb Down". Jikalau menyokong, bulatkan tanda "Thumb Up". Selepas itu, akta ini akan dibawakan diperingkat DUN Negara Sabah dan DUN Negara Sarawak. Sila kenal pasti pemimpin-pemimpin manakah yang menyokong atau menolak usul ini. Bulatkan "Thumb Down jikalau mereka menolak atau Thumb Up jikalau mereka menyokong". Dengan itu, anda mampu melihat muka-muka pengkhianat. Adakah mereka daripada bn-umno ataupun pr? Kita bersama-sama nantikan jawapannya***




Sila download poster diatas melalui link ini untuk mendapatkan imej yang lebih jelas dengan kualiti gambar yang tinggi.
Sila sebarkan gambar poster ini. Bersama-sama kita mengenali pengkhianat-pengkhianat dan Penjahanam-penjahanam Bangsa Negara Sabah dan Bangsa Negara Sarawak.

Apa yang pihak kami lakukan adalah untuk menyebarkan kebenaran dan menuntut hak mutlak bangsa Negara Sabah dan bangsa Negara Sarawak dikembalikan semula namun mereka berusaha untuk mendiamkan dan membunuh kebenaran ini daripada terus berkumandang di udara. Ini kerana kebenaran ini PASTI akan melenyapkan segala usaha jahat mereka.

Jadi, dimanakah pendirian anda? Berjuang bersama-sama (Join The Fight) atau Menentang perjuangan ini (menjadi pengkhianat bangsa)?

Sebarkan... 

Monday, 16 February 2015

“Jika Sabah adalah sebuah negara yang merdeka, maka ia akan menjadi pengeluar ketiga terbesar di dunia bagi minyak kelapa sawit…”

Sepanjang perjalanan merentasi daerah Telupid dan Beluran, pemandangan kami mulai disajikan dengan sebuah pemandangan tumbuhan yang menghijau yang seakan akan sebuah pemandangan hutan belantara hijau di setiap lereng-lereng bukit dan juga tanah rata. Namun demikian, sangkaan kami melesat sama sekali kerana tumbuhan yang subur menghiasi kiri kanan perjalanan kami itu adalah tanaman kelapa sawit.Gambaran pemandangan ladang kelapa sawit itu dapat kami gambarkan seperti “jauh perjalanan luas pemandangan”.

Mungkin bagi kebanyakkan mereka yang sudah pernah menjejakkan kaki ke kawasan pantai timur, keadaan kiri kanan perjalanan yang bermula dari daerah Telupid sehinggalah menuju ke daerah Lahad Datu sudah semestinya telah maklum akan situasi keadaan jalan raya yang masih belum dinaik tarafkan kepada lebuhraya,jalan raya yang masih bertampal, serta terdapat jalan ‘gravel’ yang berlaluan kira-kira beberapa kilometer sepanjang perjalanan hendak menuju ke daerah Lahad Datu.

Sepanjang perjalanan dari Telupid ke Beluran, kami sempat mengambil beberapa gambar di ladang kelapa sawit,dan saya difahamkan bahawa kebanyakkan ladang kelapa sawit itu dimiliki oleh syarikat-syarikat gergasi dari seberang tanah semenanjung Malaysia.

Kami juga sempat untuk berhenti seketika untuk memerhati keadaan sebuah kilang pemprosesan kelapa sawit sekadar dari kejauhan, kerana kepulan asap hitam yang diterbangkan di sebalik bukit telah menarik minat kami untuk memahami situasi yang berlaku. Jam kira-kira pada masa tersebut menunjukkan jam 4 lebih petang, mungkinkah kilang-kilang pemprosesan kelapa sawit hanya akan mulakan operasi pada waktu lewat petang dan sebelah malam bagi tujuan untuk menyembunyikan kepulan asap hitam tidak ditapis yang dikeluarkan menerusi cerobong asap kilang?

Berdasarkan perangkaan dan kajian yang telah dibuat, Negara Malaysia merupakan Negara utama di Asia Tenggara yang menjadi penyumbang utama terhadap pencemaran udara. Jerebu yang dihasilkan menerusi pembakaran terbuka bagi proses penananam semula pokok akan menimbulkan masalah kesihatan yang serius kepada pekerja ladang dan orang ramai di seluruh Asia Tenggara .

Selain pencemaran udara , pembakaran hutan mengeluarkan CO2 ke atmosfera dan seterusnya menyumbang kepada perubahan iklim . Penggunaan sembarangan racun perosak dan baja boleh mencemarkan permukaan dan air bawah tanah sumber , dan juga tanah , juga secara langsung boleh membunuh spesies bukan sasaran .

Sikap tamak haloba pengusaha syarikat dari tanah semenanjung Malaysia secara langsung telah meletakkan nyawa rakyat Sabah dalam bahaya. Penanaman kelapa sawit secara berleluasa di Sabah yang memberikan keuntungan berjuta juta ringgit kepada syarikat-syarikat gergasi yang sudah lama bertapak di Sabah. Hilang hak kawalan tanah kepada Kerajaan Negeri Sabah, oleh yang demikian sering kali berlakunya kes rampasan tanah penduduk kampung oleh Syarikat-syarikat dari tanah semenanjung Malaysia.

Situasi atau keadaan yang sebenar saya dapat lihat apabila saya dan kawan-kawan sendiri telah berkunjung ke sebuah perkampungan di Tungku yang menyaksikan orang-orang asal Bangsa Borneo kita sendiri yang berbangsa Dusun telah menjadi hamba atau kuli di tanah sendiri. Deretan rumah-rumah penduduk di kiri kanan jalan sepanjang kawasan estet berkeadaan daif.

Saya mulai membuat analisis yang mendalam terhadap situasi kehidupan yang berlaku antara kawasan Pantai Barat Sabah dan Pantai Timur Sabah. Kurangnya pendedahan dan perkongsian sebenar terhadap situasi seharian yang melanda orang-orang asal Sabah di kawasan Pantai Timur. Tidak ada pendedahan ekslusif untuk dikongsikan kepada dunia luar. Situasi masyarakat seakan akan sengaja disembunyikan dari pengetahuan luar.

Saya percaya bahawa jika Sabah adalah sebuah negara yang merdeka , maka ia akan menjadi pengeluar ketiga terbesar di dunia bagi minyak sawit . Timur Sabah telah dikenal pasti sebagai lokasi yang sangat baik untuk kelapa sawit ,khususnya di Tawau , Lahad Datu dan Sandakan.

Menurut Lembaga Minyak Sawit Malaysia ( MPOB ) , pada tahun 2009 , Sabah mempunyai kawasan terbesar penanaman kelapa sawit daripada mana-mana negeri , pada 1.36 juta hektar daripada jumlah keseluruhan negara daripada 4.69 juta hektar (ha) .

Penanaman komersil kelapa sawit di Malaysia bermula pada tahun 1917. Skala besar penanaman hanya bermula pada tahun 1960-an berikutan kepelbagaian tanaman strategi teras Kerajaan Malaysia untuk mengurangkan pergantungan negara terhadap getah . Getah pada masa itu adalah salah satu dari dua rukun ekonomi Malaysia.

Pada tahun 2001 sahaja kawasan penanaman kelapa sawit telah dikenal pasti iaitu , 59.9 % atau 2.096.856 hektar berada di Semenanjung Malaysia , 29.4 % atau 1.027.329 hektar di Sabah dan 10.7 % atau 374.828 hektar di Sarawak .

Dekad yang lalu telah menyaksikan pengembangan yang pesat di kawasan  tanaman di Sabah dan Sarawak ; manakala penanaman di Semenanjung Malaysia telah berkurangan kerana ketersediaan berkurangan tanah baru untuk tanaman.

Penyiapan lebuhraya Tawau - Kalabakan  pada tahun 2000 meningkatkan nilai ladang kelapa sawit di sepanjang lebuh raya baru di barat Tawau . Kelapa sawit adalah tanaman emas di Sabah dan tulang belakang ekonomi utama Negara Malaysia. Urus niaga untuk ladang kelapa sawit di Sandakan , Tawau dan Lahad Datu merupakan yang paling aktif di Sabah .

Tanah gunung berapi di sekitar Tawau yang ideal bagi koko yang merupakan tanaman tunai pertama Tawau . Dengan penurunan harga koko di pasaran estet koko antarabangsa telah berubah kepada minyak sawit dan hari ini persekitaran Tawau yang agak seragam menyeluruh dengan pemandangan ladang kelapa sawit sejauh mata boleh mencapai .

Adakah selama ini rakyat Sabah dan pemimpin-pemimpin itu sendiri telah memilih untuk terus menerus diperbodohkan oleh mereka? Apakah yang akan terjadi kepada anak cucu dan generasi Sabah akan datang, setelah semua tanah habis dirampas, orang-orang asing mulai berkedudukan tinggi sebaliknya orang-orang asal Sabah ditindas dan hak-hak kita dimansuhkan. Penghapusan senyap yang dilakukan oleh mereka harus disedari ataupun mungkin kelak sudah terlambat sama sekali.

"In Indonesia and Malaysia, what you’ve seen is huge portions of tropical forests, being shredded because of primarily the palm oil industry"

Try and get me, Sabah activist tells Malaysian police

Sabah activist Doris Jones, who is reportedly wanted for sedition over her alleged promotion of the secession of Sabah and Sarawak from Malaysia, has challenged the authorities to "try to catch her".

The Star Online reported that Jones whose whereabouts are currently unknown has no plans to return to Malaysia to face the charge, although she said she was initially unaware of any warrant of arrest issued against her.

She told the news portal that she was also unaware of any summons issued in her name last month to face a charge under the Sedition Act, which led to the issuance of an arrest warrant by the Malaysian police last Wednesday.

She said it was up to the Malaysian authorities to use the proper channels to extradite her.

“They can try to get me in the United Kingdom, the European Union or maybe even Australia. They can try.

“I don’t think Malaysia has any extradition treaties with EU,” said the 46-year-old activist, without revealing her current location when she contacted The Star Online.

Its reporters had been trying to contact Jones via her Facebook account before she called its Kota Kinabalu office yesterday.

The portal reported that Jones was also coy when asked about details of herself.

“I am Doris Jones,” she said when asked if she was Doris Yapp Kim Youn from Labuan, the suspect named in the warrant of arrest issued by the Kota Kinabalu magistrate’s court.

Asked if she was still a Malaysian citizen, she replied: “I don’t want to answer that. I am from Sabah.”

It was reported that Jones had been calling for secession through social media, namely through the Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM) Facebook page.

It is widely believed that she is based in London, The Star Online reported.

Jones said that she contested in the May 2014 election for the European Parliament via the United Kingdom-based National Liberal Party on a platform of “self-determination”.

In a Google+ account under the name Doris Jones, it is stated that the owner of the online account "attended University of London and lived in the UK". The account is active and had a few days ago posted news related to the secession movement and action taken against those involved.

Jones, who has a Facebook account that proposes seceding Sabah and Sarawak from Malaysia, has been wanted by the Malaysian police for several months.

In October last year, Sabah police expanded its investigation into her case. Last week, Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Jalaluddin Abdul Rahman told the media that Doris Jones was also Doris Yapp Kim Youn.

Jalaluddin said police had put up an alert for her at all entry points in the country. He also said she had been abroad for some time.

The Star Online reported last week that Jones, who was little known, is believed to have married in the United Kingdom and that she had worked in a "legal circle”.

She is believed to have kept in touch with local non-governmental organisations through various social media channels, including Skype, to communicate with SSKM.

At least 14 activists in Tuaran and Kota Kinabalu were arrested earlier this month for allegedly seeking signatures from the public and distributing secessionist material. They have been released on police bail. – February 16, 2015.

Deputy minister warns public not to trivialise national security

PITAS, Feb 14 ― Defence Deputy Minister Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri has reminded the public not to take security matters lightly, by giving room to irresponsible people to bring disorder to the country.

He said armed cross-border crime and terrorism-related violence was now a threat to all countries, including Malaysia, and it would be difficult to contain if they were given the space and opportunity to cause threats.

“The people of Sabah should not fall prey to incitement from certain groups. Their extremist acts will, no doubt open up space to endanger the security of the people and the country.

“The action of separatist group, Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM) which is trying to incite the people, is like stirring up a hornet’s nest.

“There is no country in the world that allows separatist groups to move freely, be it an advanced nation such as Britain (Nothern Ireland conflict) which is upholding democratic freedom, or a third world country like Indonesia (Acheh and Irian Jaya),” he said.

Abdul Rahim, who is also Kudat member of parliament, was speaking to reporters at a Chinese New Year event in Pitas.

He also handed out ang pows to 200 recipients, welfare aid (55 recipients) and post-flood relief aid (100) during the event. ― Bernama

Thursday, 12 February 2015

Grandmothers suspected of being part of secession group freed

KOTA KINABALU, Feb 10, 2015: After four days in detention, five activists arrested in Lahad Datu for their suspected involvement in the Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM) group were released this morning.

SSKM is a group seeking to secede from Malaysia, reportedly due to the alleged unfair treatment by the federal government.

Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Jalaluddin Abdul Rahman confirmed that the five, comprising grandmothers Rosina Avellinus and Mary Regina, as well as Mohd Rizwan, Wilson J Moduyin and Milin Biok, aged between 22 and 59, were released on RM2,000 police bail each.

They were nabbed by police last Saturday while filling up their car tanks at a petrol kiosk in Lahad Datu for suspicion in involvement in the Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM) group.

This is the second arrest involving activists.

The first was on Feb 1, when nine people were arrested while soliciting signatures for a petition seeking the secession of Sabah at the weekly tamu (open market) in Tuaran about 10am.

Aged between 24 and 50, they were released on RM2,000 police bail in the evening.

Arrest warrant issued for SSKM’s ‘Doris Jones’

KOTA KINABALU: A warrant of arrest has been issued for a woman named "Doris Jones’’ who operates a social media-based secession movement called Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM).

"Doris Jones" has been identified as Doris Yapp Kim Youn, 47, according to the police.

Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Jalaluddin Abdul Rahman said the woman is wanted for seditious activities as she was promoting secession through a Facebook page SSKM and other social media networks.

Jalaluddin said that they have put up an alert for her at all entry points in the country. 

However, he did not say for sure if she was operating the page from United Kingdom or other countries.

"I don’t know, some say she in London, or may be Europe. We are on the alert for her if she enters the country,’’ he said, adding that he was not sure if she was still holding Malaysian citizenship or some other nationality as she had been overseas for sometime.

It is understood that the little known Sabahan, who is from Labuan, is believed to be married in United Kingdom and works in a "legal circle”.

She is believed to be keeping in touch with local NGO networks through various social media channels including Skype to communicate with SSKM.

Jalaluddin said that police have set up a special task force and investigating various SSKM-linked postings on Facebook and other social media groups which holds weekly meetings to study the postings under the Seditious Act.

"Each week we meet, a total of 126 investigating papers have been opened over the postings. We have forwarded them to the Deputy Prosecutor,’’ he said, in urging Sabah NGOs not to get to involved in such activities.

He said police also believe that certain Opposition figures were behind the NGOs linked to the activities of SSKM.

"These NGOs are going around with petitions asking people to support secession,’’ Jalaluddin said, adding that the five arrested in Lahad Datu on Sunday were released on Tuesday after investigations were completed.

In a separate issue, Jalaluddin said the dusk-to-dawn sea curfew in the east coast of Sabah that has been in placed since last July would be extended to another two weeks from Feb 11 to Feb 26.

Arrest warrant out for secession activist

The Sabahan is believed to be operating a Facebook movement from overseas.

KOTA KINABALU: An activist promoting the secession of Sabah and Sawarak on Facebook and other social media sites has been issued a warrant of arrest for sedition.

Sabah Police commissioner Jalaluddin Abdul Rahman said an alert had been placed at all entry points for Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia activist Doris Jones as she was out of the country.

“Some say she is in London or maybe somewhere in Europe. We are on the alert for her if she enters the country,” The Star quoted Jalaluddin as saying.

He added that he was not sure if Jones, who got married in Britain, was still a Malaysian citizen.

It is understood that Jones, who is believed to be from Penampang, works in the legal sector in Britain . She has family members in Labuan.

She is also believed to be keeping in touch with Malaysian NGO networks through Skype.

“A total of 126 investigating papers have been opened on the postings. We have forwarded them to the deputy public prosecutor,” Jalaluddin said, urging Sabah NGOs not to get too involved in such activities.


“These NGOs were going around with petitions asking people to support secession.”

100 members of NGOs to gather and demand release of activists

KOTA KINABALU, Feb 9, 2015: A group of concerned citizens are planning a peaceful gathering tomorrow here to demand the release of five activists arrested in Lahad Datu last week.

The protest, set to take place a stone’s throw away from the Chief Minister’s office in Likas, will also see them hand over a memorandum to Datuk Seri Musa Aman.

According to the programme coordinator, Tony Minggir, about 100 people,representing 25 non-governmental organisations, were expected to take part in the gathering.

“The number may increase as we are expecting friends from other districts to join in.

“We will be carrying placards and calling on the state government to emulate the Sarawak government’s decision to guarantee its people the freedom of speech and religion,” he told The Rakyat Post.

Minggir added that the group would be making stops at several locations in the city.

Last Saturday, five activists, including two grandmothers, were arrested by police while filling up their car tanks at a petrol kiosk in Lahad Datu for suspicion of being involved in the Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia group.

The five, Rosina Avellinus, Mary Regina, Mohd Rizwan, Wilson J Moduyin and Milin Biok, aged between 22 and 59, were placed on two days’ remand, expiring tomorrow.

This is the second arrest involving activists. The first was on Feb 1,when nine people were arrested while soliciting signatures for a petition seeking the secession of Sabah at the weekly tamu (open market) in Tuaran about 10am.

Aged between 24 and 50, they were released on RM2,000 police bail in the evening.

To date, police have yet to officially make a statement on the latest arrest.

“We are not trying to create havoc, but we will organise a peaceful gathering for every arrest made on our activists,” said Minggir.

Monday, 9 February 2015

Malaysian-trained MNLF fighters join Sulu army

A MNLF leader claims that their forces have a huge arsenal hidden in Sabah's rugged terrain.

MANILA: Malaysian security forces are now facing battle-tested, Malaysian-trained commanders of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF), who know Sabah like the palm of their hands.

Hadji Acmad Bayam, former chief propagandist of the MNLF, revealed this yesterday to the Manila Bulletin, adding that these MNLF forces may have at their disposal a huge arsenal, which they hid deep in Sabah’s rugged terrain when they returned to the Philippines after their rigid training.

Among the firearms are Belgian-made G1 and FAL, which the late Libya leader Colonel Moammar Gadaffi supplied through Malaysia.

Bayam said he was confident the Malaysian authorities were not able to find the hidden MNLF firearms because they were kept very well by the MNLF commanders who stayed behind in Sabah.

During that training, Malaysian military trainers even joked about the firearms at the MNLF training camp on Jampiras Island, off Sabah, as they turned over Gadaffi’s weapons’ supply.

“We are not even sure if the firearms we are giving you will not be turned against,” the Malaysian trainers had said in a jest.

“Well, speaking of self-fulfilling prophecy,” Bayam said, recalling the jokes of the Malaysian trainers.

Now, Filipinos in Sabah, who are not part of the forces of the Sultanate of Sulu, have already joined the fighting in reaction to what they perceived as Malaysian “atrocities” for killing Imam Maas and his four sons at 7:50 p.m. Saturday.

He recalled that Malaysia’s leadership had even suspected the then chief minister of Sabah, Tun Mustapha, a Tausug from Sulu, of “conspiring” with MNLF Chairman Nur Misuari to secede the oil-rich island.

“You know, if Mindanao is to Manila, Sabah is to Kuala Lumpur,” said Bayam, explaining that Mindanao and Sabah are the “milking cows” of the Philippines and Malaysia, respectively, for their rich natural resources.

Bayam, who yielded to then President Fidel V. Ramos, stayed in Sabah, Malaysia, for nine years before the peace talks with the Ramos administration in 1993.

Bayam stayed in Sabah on-and-off, in 1976-79, in 1980-1986, among other dates.

Breaching the blockades

Further, he said many of the seasoned rebel commanders and rank-and-file members chose to remain on Sabah island to live there.

Majority of them are from Sulu, Tawi-Tawi, Zamboanga Peninsula, but there are also Maguindanaons, Iranons, and probably Maranaos, he said.

A few days ago, he said one of the MNLF foreign-trained commanders belonging to the Top 90 Batch, told him that he was enlisting Tausug warriors and others for reinforcement to the Royal Security Force (RSF) of the Sultanate of Sulu.

“I was trying to contact him yesterday but his phone cannot be reached anymore. I guess he was able to penetrate the Malaysian and Philippine sea-borne blockades in their respective borders.

Bayam described the commander “as soft-spoken but firm and true leader-fighter in actual shooting war.” However, he requested that the commander’s name be not made public.

Last Sunday, Abraham J Idjirani, spokesman of Sultan Jamalul Kiram III, said 40 people from Basilan, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi, and Zamboanga Peninsula breached the blockades and reached Lahad Datu, Sabah, scene of the standoff that erupted into a firefight.

He said there are many others who are now trying to go to Sabah and help the sultan’s followers led by Rajah Muda Agbimuddin Kiram.

Bayam said that with the way the situation in Sabah is going on, he sees no turning back.


Grandmas Arrested In Lahad Datu For Alleged SSKM Activity; Fourth Such Incident In Sabah

LAHAD DATU: Two grandmothers are among five people who were caught by police at a petrol station in Tungku while refuelling their car on Saturday evening.

Three patrol cars with several policemen inside cornered the vehicle and ordered the occupants out, after which they were handcuffed and escorted to the police cars and driven to Lahad Datu town where they were held for questioning.

It is believed that this is the fourth such incident in Sabah involving people who police claim are linked to Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM) movement but has yet to prove it.

Apart from last Sunday’s fiasco in Tuaran where nine people were detained for nine hours before being released on police bail, it is understood that similar arrests were made in Kota Marudu and Ranau previously but the incidences went unreported.

Former Chief Minister and Sabah Progressive Party president Datuk Seri Yong Teck Lee, who is also a lawyer, said he went to the police station upon being informed of the arrests.

“Apparently these police cars had been tailing them since they arrived in Lahad Datu a couple of days ago,” he said.

“I was told that they went to Lahad Datu to meet some people, but I am not so sure for what purpose,” added Yong who also happened to be ‘informed’ when nine people were arrested in Tuaran last Sunday, apparently for the same purpose.

Being a weekend, the five, aged between 22 and 59 were detained at the police station and on Sunday were taken before a magistrate who allowed a police application for an additional 48 hours on remand.

Yong was quoted by an online news portal as saying: “They were treated like criminals. All five, who have been linked to the so-called secession group, appeared tired, it was so pitiful.

“It was not like they were distributing pamphlets or signing petition at the time. They were at a petrol kiosk filling up the car.”

Yong said when he first met them they were handcuffed, with the two elderly women handcuffed to each other. He said the handcuffs were taken off when they were brought before the magistrate today for a remand order.

Police had requested for four days, but the court only granted two days, their remand ending on Feb 10.

Yong was also quoted as saying that they were told by the police that Inspector-General of Police (Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar) and Sabah Police Commissioner (Datuk Jalaluddin Abdul Rahman) wanted the five remanded to assist investigations under the Sedition Act and Printing Act.

He said that apart from the car, police also seized a few T-shirts with the “Hormati Perjanjian Malaysia 63” (Respect the 1963 Malaysia Agreement) written on it, and some leaflets.

A group of people had gathered outside the Lahad Datu police station, holding placards, demanding for the release of the five people.

Benarkah Tahanan Sukarelawan SSKM-SSU(UK) itu bersalah???

Pihak SSKM-SSU(UK) ingin menerangkan sedikit sebanyak mengenai insiden kali kedua yang melibatkan penahanan Sukarelawan-sukarelawati SSKM-SSU(UK) di Lahad Datu baru-baru ini.

Perkara yang sebenarnya berlaku adalah mereka didakwa dibawah akta hasutan dan juga akta percetakkan.

Adakah Perjuangan untuk Perpisahan itu menjadi satu kesalahan besar kepada perjuangan ini? TIDAK.

Mengapa?

Sebab akta persekutuan malaysia dengan jelas tidak ada menyatakan bahawa perpisahan itu adalah satu jenayah mahupun menyalahi undang-undang persekutuan. 

Mengapa?

Kerana ia adalah berpandukan kepada saranan Lord Lansdowne yang bertanggungjawab merangka Perjanjian Malaysia yang juga merupakan Pengerusi Inter-Governmental Committee jelas mengatakan bahawa mana-mana negara yang menyertai persekutuan ini dengan sukarelawa mempunyai hak instrinsik untuk menarik diri daripada persekutuan malaysia ini. Oleh itu, larangan untuk berpisah tidak seharusnya dimasukkan kedalam perjanjian malaysia dan Perlembagaan Persekutuan Malaysia.

Dakwaan yang dikenakan oleh pejuang Kebangsaan Negara Sabah ini adalah ditafsirkan sebagai hasutan yang sebenarnya belum mempunyai mandat yang sah dalam peruntukkan perlembagaan. Ini kerana ia hanya akan diputuskan pada 30 Mac 2015. Selain itu juga, akta ini adalah akta kerajaan persekutuan tanah melayu (malaya). Akta yang digunakan keatas perjuangan ini telah menggunakan akta perlembagaan persekutuan tanah melayu selari dengan definisi Persekutuan yang merujuk kepada "Persekutuan yang dibentuk pada 31 Ogos 1957". Mengenai isu percetakkan, ia adalah satu info kesedaran hak yang memberitahu teras perjuangan yang perlu disebarkan agar rakyat Negara Sabah khususnya mengetahui dimana fokus perjuangan harus diberikan oleh mereka.

Jadi, persoalannya, apakah benar pejuang-pejuang Kebangsaan Negara Sabah ini bersalah?

Dengan memberitahu bahawa Perjanjian Malaysia 1963 itu adalah TIDAK SAH DAN TERBATAL itu salah?

Dengan memberitahu perkara yang sebenar bahawa persekutuan malaysia hari ini adalah persekutuan yang ditubuhkan pada 31 Ogos 1957 dan bukan pada 16 September 1963 itu salah? 

Dengan memberitahu bahawa rakyat Negara Sabah dan rakyat Negara Sarawak bahawa mereka mempunyai hak untuk berpisah itu adalah salah? 

Dengan memakai baju yang memaparkan identiti perjuangan Join The Fight itu adalah salah? 

Dan dengan menyokong pengkhianatan dan pembohongan yang selama ini dilakukan oleh pemimpin-pemimpin malaya melalui sokongan barua malaya seperti bn-umno itu barulah ditafsirkan tidak menghasut malah dihalalkan? 

Jikalau itu yang menjadi rujukan kepada pengadilan ini, adalah menjadi kebanggaan bagi Rakyat Negara Sabah dan Rakyat Negara Sarawak untuk mempunyai pejuang-pejuang Kebangsaan ini kerana berpegang kepada prinsip bahawa Kebenaran MESTI DIJULANG dan PEMBOHONGAN MESTI DIJAHANAMKAN SEPENUHNYA!

***Pihak SSKM-SSU(UK) akan mengeluarkan kenyataan rasmi dalam minggu ini untuk menerangkan secara rasmi perkara yang berlaku kepada umum.***

Five more with SSKM T-shirts held

KOTA KINABALU: Five more activists have been detained near Lahad Datu for distributing seditious materials linked to a secessionist movement.

The arrests followed the detention of nine people last Sunday on suspicion of having links with the group.

The five, including two women, were arrested in Tungku, about 100km from Lahad Datu town, while they were filling up petrol at about 5.15pm on Saturday.

Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) president Datuk Yong Teck Lee met the five detainees, aged between 23 and 56, to provide them with legal representation.

He added that police obtained a remand order against them until Wednesday.

“Police said they were remanded because the car they were in had T-shirts and leaflets with Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM) written on them,” Yong said.

It is understood that the five were detained under the Sedition Act and Printing Presses and Publication Act.

Last Sunday, nine people between the ages of 24 and 50 were arrested while soliciting signatures for a petition seeking the secession of Sabah at the weekly tamu (open market) in Tuaran.

However, they were released on bail 12 hours later.

Yong, who was also asked by the nine to be their legal counsel, said he was informed of their detention at about 1.30pm the same day.

He said at 5.10pm, 18 people were asked to be guarantors for the nine detainees. All nine were released at 6.20pm.

Alleged SSKM-linked activists detained in Lahad Datu

KOTA KINABALU: Five more activists believed to be linked to the social media-based Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM) were arrested in east coast Lahad Datu. 

The five, two women and three men, were detained at about 4pm, Saturday, as they were purportedly gathering signatures for a petition asking for state rights to be restored. 

However, police have yet to officially make a statement on the latest arrest following a similar arrest in Tuaran near here last Sunday.

Neither Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Jalaluddin Abdul Rahman nor Lahad Datu police chief Assist Comm Hamza Ahmad could be reached for comments.

State CID Chief SAC Salehhudin Abdul Rahman, however, said it was better to wait for Jalaluddin to issue a statement later as he (Salehhudin) was not assigned to comment on the matter.

Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) president Datuk Yong Teck Lee, who turned up at the Lahad Datu police station at 9am on Sunday to provide legal representation, said that they were waiting for a magistrate to turn up as police were seeking to remand them further.

“These five people have been detained overnight. We’ll wait for the order from a magistrate this evening,” he said when contacted.

It is understood that the five activists were detained under the Sedition Act.

Last Sunday, nine people were arrested while soliciting signatures for a petition seeking the secession of Sabah at the weekly tamu (open market) in Tuaran about 10am. 

Aged between 24 and 50, they were released on RM2,000 police bail in the evening

Sipaun: New Constitution can end unhappiness in Borneo

For a start, Malayans must no longer flood Sabah and fill up posts in Federal departments in the state.

KOTA KINABALU: Former Sabah Secretary, Simon Sipaun, has called for the Federal Constitution to be brought in line with the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) to end the unhappiness in Borneo with Malaysia.

The Federation, he added, had turned out to be something that the people had not expected. “Much time has been lost during the last 51 years.”

“The problem between the peninsula and Borneo may be the different perceptions between them on Malaysia,” said Sipaun. “We thought we were going to form a new nation. It’s easy to get confused because we inherited Malaya’s flag, their national anthem and their constitution, among others.”

“They (the peninsula) claim that we joined them.”

He was commenting, on the sidelines of a forum in Kota Kinabalu, on Penampang MP Darell Leiking disclosing that he (Darell) was among the many who signed the SSKM (Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia) petition calling for a review of the 20/18 Points.

A new nation, conceded Sipaun, should have a new constitution, a new national anthem and a new flag, “not merely ‘transplant’ Malaya’s and call it Malaysia”.

Revisiting his theme that the Federal Constitution should be brought in line with MA63, he pointed out that “Federation” is defined under Article 160 as that set up under the Federation of Malaya Agreement 1948 and reinforced by the Federation of Malaya Independence Act 1957.

“Where does that leave MA63?” he asked.

Malaysia, nevertheless, can still have a bright future, he believes. “It all depends on the type of leadership we will be getting,” said Sipaun. “I still hope that the Government would be fair and clean and not misuse resources and assets.”

For a start, he said, Malayans must no longer flood Sabah and fill up posts in Federal departments in the state. “They have been doing this for the last half century and it must stop. There must be Borneonisation as pledged in 1963. We can’t have Malayans replacing the British.”

Wednesday, 4 February 2015

WHY 'SECESSION' IS A NON-ISSUE FOR SABAH AND SARAWAK

Look at Singapore how they have advanced from a 3rd world though physically small, developed beyond the wildest expectation into  an economic giant without any natural resources. It has been Southeast Asia's most modern city for over a century. Singapore having similar history with Sabah Sarawak offers us many good examples of good governence.

The legal precedent created by the unilateral seperation of Singapore - a break away from the Malaysia Agreement 1963 opens the door for Sabah Sarawak to exit similarly. If Singapore can do it Sabah Sarawak can do it too. This is not "secession" . To break away from the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) is not "Secession".

In accordance with Article 160 of the current Federal Constitution ; Interpretation - the Federation is defined as 'the Federation established under the Federation of Malaya Agreement 1957'. This definirion does not include Sabah Sarawak for the simple reason, Sabah Sarawak were/are never part of Malaya and never signed this agreement. As we all know Sabah Saeawak only signed the Malaysia Agreement 1963.

So legally for the past 52 years since 16 Sept 1963, Sabah Sarawak existed as Self-Governing States/Nations outside the jurisdiction constitutionally. There is no need for Sabah Sarawak to get out of "malaysia"; they are already outside : how to get out when they were never in on the first place; therefore the question of "secession" is a non- issue.

There can only be One Malaysia; based either on (1) The Federation of Malaya Agreement 1957 ..or.... (2) The Malaysia Agreement 1963.

Actually, "malaysia" as defined under the Malaysia Agreement 1963 was only conceived, proclaimed on 16 September 1963 and after that it was never realised , was abandoned and what was in place was the continuation of the Federation of Malaya 1957 withn a name changed to "malaysia" - Malaya and "malaysia" are one and the same international person - this was what the permanent representative of Malaya reported to the Secretary General of the United Nations on 16 September 1963 ; the day "malaysia" was proclaimed.

In order to adopt the Malaysia Agreement 1963 into the cinstitution, the Federation of Malaya Agreement 1957 must first be abolished. This however is not as simple as it may seem, because if this agreement is abolished, it will set free the 11 states of Malaya free to independence; the oil rich states of Kelantan and Terengganu are too anxious to take full control and ownership of their oil wealth to be like Brunei and states like Penang, Selangor and Johor (industrially developed) would emulate the likes of Singapore.

Such being the case, from the current constitutional scenario, It is clear that ; there can only be ONE MALAYSIA ; constituted by :-

(a)  the Federation of Malaya Agreement 1957 which does not include Sabah Sarawak...or......

(b)   the Malaysia Agreement 1963 which does not include the 11 states of Malaya.

Sabah Sarawak can continue as they were Self-Governing Status which was attained on 31 August and 22 July 1963 respectively from the British in peace without any interference from any party. The natural option that is open to them  can always be to seek Self-Determination if the people wishes to do so ; by submitting a Petition to the United Nations for a change of their status from that of 'Change in Status' to that of 'Independence' peacefully without any interference from any quarters legally in pursuit of the United Nations Charter for Decolonisation as of right to be exercised at will at any time of their own choosing as protected by International Law.

"Ancaman dan Ugutan Terhadap Pemimpin Dahulu Kini Berulang Lagi"

Jikalau anda semua mahu tahu tentang bagaimana kerajaan persekutuan tanah melayu yang telah menyamar menjadi kerajaan malaysia mengugut dan mengancam pemimpin-pemimpin Nasionalis Kebangsaan di Negara Sabah dan Negara Sarawak dahulu ialah dengan cara yang mereka lakukan kepada pihak SSKM-SSU(UK) sekarang ini.

Liputan media siang dan malam daripada pemimpin-pemimpin malaya yang disokong oleh barua malaya di negara Sabah dan negara Sarawak untuk menghasut rakyat membenci golongan-golongan yang bercakap benar dan yang berjuang untuk menuntut hak.

Apa yang berlaku dahulu kini sedang berulang lagi pada zaman ini. Tetapi pihak kami akan memastikan teknik tersebut akan terkubur selamanya. Selagi Negara Sabah dan Negara Sarawak berada dalam persekutuan ini, selagi itulah mereka tidak akan berdiam untuk mengancam dan mengugut bangsa Borneo untuk tunduk kepada mereka... Inilah yang sebenarnya berlaku dahulu dan sekarang.

Bezanya sekarang ialah sistem komunikasi kini sudah maju dan segala informasi tidak lagi bergantung kepada satu sumber. Kita mampu membuat pembacaan lebih, membuat perbandingan serta kajian sendiri untuk menilai sejauh manakah kebenaran yang disampaikan oleh pihak SSKM ini dan sejauh manakah kebenaran tentang dakwaan pemimpin-pemimpin malaya dan barua malaya terhadap perjuangan SSKM ini. Maklumat sudah tersebar dan tinggal anda sahaja yang perlu memutuskannya. Mahu terhasut untuk membenci perjuangan ini atau mahu bersama-sama dalam perjuangan menuntut hak kita sebagai Bangsa yang Merdeka dan Berdaulat.

Anda akan mampu melihatnya... Perjuangan ini akan melahirkan Bangsa Negara Sabah dan Bangsa Negara Sarawak yang Berani dan Jujur dalam Perjuangan menuntut dan melindungi hak Bangsa Borneo.

Jangan sesekali memandang tinggi kepada kepimpinan malaya sebab mereka hanyalah golongan yang bergantung kepada sumber kekayaan Negara Sabah dan Negara Sarawak. 

Bukan kita yang perlu takut kepada mereka sebaliknya mereka yang perlu takut kepada kita...

Jikalau mereka masih mendakwa bahawa pihak SSKM-SSU(UK) ini terdiri daripada golongan minoriti, maka adalah menjadi satu cabaran untuk pihak kami menjadikannya kumpulan yang majoriti.

Demi Bangsa Negara Sabah dan Bangsa Negara Sarawak, perjuangan ini MESTI BERJAYA!

Sebarkan...

More arrests could follow after 9 Sabah secessionists arrested, says IGP

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 2, 2015 : The arrest of nine individuals who were handing out pro-secession brochures in Sabah should assist police in identifying the ringleaders, according to a Twitter posting by Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar today.

“Nabbing the nine will lead us to the main culprit or culprits. Soon I supposed (sic),” wrote Khalid Abu Bakar today in response to a post by Sabah Progressive Party president Datuk Yong Teck Lee.

Last night, he praised Sabah police for the arrest on the micro-blogging site.

“Well done Sabah police arrest nine individuals in Tuaran for distributing brochures instigating the people to get Sabah out of Malaysia. WELL DONE Boys,” read a post by Khalid.

Yesterday, The News Straits Times reported that the nine, who were suspected to be linked to the Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia (SSKM) movement, were arrested on Sunday morning and were released nine hours later on police bail.

According to the report, the situation outside the Tuaran district police headquarters was initially chaotic when police did not allow people claiming to be “friends” of the 9 to bail them out.

The Tuaran police station’s gates were apparently closed at about 3pm and a Light Strike Force was deployed within its compound after more people turned up at the station.

Among them were Yong, former Deputy Minister Datuk Kalakau Untol and a former state assemblyman Datuk James Ligunjang.

At about 5pm, 18 people were allowed to enter and all 9 of those arrested were released.

Ligunjang posted photos of the incident on his Facebook page, stating that he was among the crowd leaving the police station.

“Let it be known that we are prepared to pay whatever price to fight for the rights of the people,” read the post.

 
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