Saturday, February 28, 2015

How the Sultan of Brunei Violated His Sharia Law With Me

As a teenager, I was the mistress of his brother—who ‘gave’ me as a gift to the sultan. And in just one night, we committed at least two offenses under his newly implemented penal code.
On Tuesday, I was greeted by a familiar face when I read through the morning’s news: the sultan of Brunei. He looks older now than when I knew him, of course, his face doughier and more careworn.

Many Things Rotten in Sabah

Kota Kinabalu:    “If Marcellus of Shakespeare’s Hamlet was alive in Sabah today, he would have concluded that “Many things are rotten in the State of Sabah”.   Tun Dr. Mahathir should have extended his article “Something Wrong” in Malaysia to include “Many Things Rotten in Sabah” and his contributions in making them wrong” said Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, STAR Sabah Chief, commenting on the former’s Premier’s post “Something Wrong” in his blog.

There are many complaints from the people in Sabah, also in Sarawak as well.   In fact, many people have decided that things are so rotten that it is better to join the fight and “Keluar Malaysia”.            

Thursday, February 19, 2015

It is KL the real culprit why there is SSKM, says veteran activist

PENAMPANG : A veteran political activist in Penampang said actually it was Kuala Lumpur or the Federal power the real culprit responsible for the surging calls for Sabah and Sarawak to exit the Federation.

Fredoline Edwin Lojingki, 74, in a statement issued here today said there would be no such calls and no SSKM (Sabah, Sarawak Keluar Malaysia) had the Federal power cared to listen to Sabah and Sarawak needs and aspiration all these years.

Calls for more transparency on KB housing project

By Ezra Haganez
KOTA BELUD : A local activist has called on the authorities to explain if the proposed development of 2,000-unit public flat at Kg Pirasan near here has an approved EIA or Environment Impact Assesment, as earth-works started weeks ago.

Kanul Gindol, a political and human right activist, said he has been approached by concerned locals of what is going on at the site which happened to be close to the pristine Kadamaian River.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

State education department should be swift and firm, says PBS sec-gen Read more:

Parti Bersatu Sabah secretary-general Datuk Johnny Mositun (second from left) handing over his personal contribution to Jilius Yapoo, the father of the16-year-old girl who has been caught in the controversial conversion recently.
KOTA KINABALU, Feb 16, 2015:
Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) secretary-general Datuk Johnny Mositun wants the Sabah Education Department to act quickly and firmly against teachers and school officials who exceeded their authority and acted beyond the limits of proprietary.

We don’t want Umno in Sabah too

Kota Kinabalu:    “Umno should not have a place in Sabah politics as it has meddled, manipulated and damaged Sabah.   Many non-fixed deposit voters in Sabah do not want Umno in Sabah too” said Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, Chairman of STAR Sabah echoing the call by the Chief Mnister of Sarawak that there is no place for Umno in the Sarawak's politics.

Stop Subservient Mindset and Advance Education of Sabahans

Kota Kinabalu:     “Educators at all levels in Sabah especially Sabahans need to change their mindset as subservient servants serving their masters in Putrajaya.   They should not cover-up and defend wrong-doings but instead take issues and matters by the horn and do the right thing so that education in Sabah can advance” said Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, STAR Sabah Chief.

Education in Sabah is at all-time lows resulting In Sabahans languishing at the bottom of the employment pile with many landed with factory and menial jobs and tens of thousands being unemployed.

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Provide Records of Esscom Detainees and Prevent Past Illegalities

Kota Kinabalu:     “While the on-going operations to weed out illegal immigrants are welcomed and lauded, good governance and stringent action needs to be taken to prevent recurrence of Project IC and the dubious issuance of Malaysian ICs to ineligible foreigners and registration as illegal voters” commented Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, STAR Sabah Chief, and Bingkor Assemblyman on the arrests of immigration officers and separate attempts by Pakistanis being charged to bribe Immigration officers and swoops to weed out illegals.

Prioritize Development and Build Pan Borneo Highway in Full

Kota Kinabalu: “Sabah and Sarawak BN leaders must speak up and tell the federal government to re-assess its development priorities for Malaysia and in particular for Sabah and Sarawak.  What has happened for the past 10 Malaysian Plans must change if Malaysia is to survive for the next 50 years?” said Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, STAR Sabah Chief noting that the Chief Minister of Sarawak has called for prioritizing development in Sarawak while Sabah leaders have remained muted.

Pairin’s Tech-Comm Should Be Bipartisan and All Encompassing

Kota Kinabalu:    “The Technical Committee of Foreign Migrant Management (Tech-Comm) headed by Tan Sri Pairin should be fully empowered and be bipartisan and all-encompassing in its approach towards solving the illegal immigrants problems in Sabah including solutions to the ICs given not in accordance with the law and ineligible voters entered in the electoral rolls as was in the findings of the RCI” said Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, STAR Sabah Chief, on the hand-over of the letter of appointment to Tan Sri Pairin by the Home Minister recently.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Anwar Ibrahim Guilty

Chief Justice Tun Arifin Zakaria says in his judgment that Saiful Bukhari Azlan, who had accused Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim of sodomising him, is a credible witness.

"We find PW1 (Saiful) to be a credible witness," said Arifin.

He went on to say: "We find ample corroborative evidence to support Saiful's testimony." He added that the trial judge had also found ample corroborative evidence that he was sodomised.

Review MA63 and Stop Police Tyranny on Sabah Rights Activists

Kota Kinabalu:    “The actions of the police in Lahad Datu in detaining and remanding 5 Sabah rights activists is nothing short of police tyranny, human rights abuse, suppression of democracy and an abuse of powers.  It is turning Sabah into a police state and it is not acceptable for Sabahans” said Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, STAR Sabah Chief cum Bingkor State Assemblyman on reports that the 5 activists were detained and remanded since Saturday.

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