Monday, May 6, 2013

The winners and losers of GE13

What is crystal clear is that many Malaysians want a system of check and balance.
The Malaysian Insider
Take a bow, Malaysians. You are the big winner from GE13, you have firmly entrenched the two-coalition system in the country. The days of Barisan Nasional (BN) having unfettered power are truly over. The result of 2008 was not a flash in the pan, it merely was the start of a trend. Yesterday, that trend continued and Malaysians gave Pakatan Rakyat (PR) 89 federal and 230 state seats and 51 per cent of the popular vote.
What is crystal clear is that many Malaysians want a system of check and balance.
Now the audition for the next polls begins. It is really up to BN to accept that despite the victory, much is wrong with the BN formula and that the non-Malays, especially Chinese, sought refuge with PR simply because the excesses of BN politics and overt racism in this beloved country have become intolerable.
For PR, today will be tough but the prized jewels of Selangor and Penang still remain in your clutches and your popular vote was some 240,000 over BN, despite facing a machine with billions of ringgit at its disposal.
But the fact remains that many Malays remain unsure about your policies and direction. And without the support of Malays in Malaysia, change is impossible.
All said, Malaysians take a bow. Activism is very much alive in this country and people were willing to speak up for their convictions and political ideals, stepping out of their comfort zones for what they believed. And turning out to vote in record numbers. That is true patriotism.
The other winners from GE13:
● Najib Razak
Though the BN performed worse than five years ago, Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s (picture) position as the president of Umno is secure.
Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad suggested a month ago that Najib could come under threat during the Umno polls in November if he did not matchTun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s position but the simple fact is that Brand Najib carried Umno to victory this time around.
Yes, money was thrown around like confetti and populist policies were the norm in the run-up to the polls but it is arguable that without his stamina on the stump, Umno would not have won so many seats. Hard to see anyone rising to challenge him from within Umno.
● Nurul Izzah Anwar
Don’t think there is a more loved politician than this woman of grace. Some tout her as a future prime minister but her rise and rise in Malaysian politics is testimony that you don’t have to indulge in muck raking and negative politics to come up.
When Nurul speaks, she talks about hope, so unlike many Malaysian politicians who fear monger. She was carried across the line against the financial might and organisation of Senator Raja Datuk Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin by Malaysians who truly cherish her humility and inclusiveness.
● Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud
He thumbs his nose at the MACC and doesn’t care what people think about his integrity or how well endowed all members of his family are. Why?
Because in Sarawak, he is king. Just before the Sarawak elections, Najib gave him a timetable to retire. Might as well junk that timetable.
He delivered big time for BN and sent a powerful message that he is truly formidable in Sarawak. Sad but true. No doubt helped by a fractured opposition. Any chance of the MACC visiting him soon? Don’t hold your breath.
● Liew Chin Tong
This young man is the architect of the DAP’s victory in Johor. He figured that PR might as well take the battle to the heart of Umno and BN rather than wait to be mauled and assaulted in their own strongholds.
He convinced a few party elders and rising stars to join him in Johor, and along the way, expanded the DAP’s federal seats total to 38 with the combined multi-racial support of Johor.
If there ever was a Johor Way, Liew found it and showed the rest of Malaysia that nothing can stop an idea whose time has come.
● Khairy Jamaluddin
Five years is a long time in politics and it has been a boon for a young man who has matured into an astute politician in his quiet way.
The Umno Youth leader also tripled his majority from 5,746 votes in Election 2008 to 18,357 in the May 5 general election, showing that there are BN politicians whose popularity is real in his constituency and beyond.
He has shown his party that his appeal is beyond the core conservative right-wing elements and that he can reach out to most Malaysians his generation. Umno and BN would do well to keep rising stars like him in the front and centre of their future government and campaigns.
● Bersih
This organisation must take some credit for energising Malaysians to go out and vote. Messrs Ambiga Sreenevasan and others have done a sterling job in making Malaysians understand that voting is a civic duty of every citizen and highlighting the many weaknesses of the current electoral system.
The record voter turnout of 80 per cent and the largely peaceful elections are proof that civil society has a large role and place in Malaysia.

114 comments:

  1. Gagal Sepakat Jawatan PM, Bukti Pembangkang Hanya Retorik . BN JUGA YANG TERBAIK! TERUSKAN SOKONGAN KEPADA NAJIB! BELIAU YANG TERBAIK!

    Gagal mencapai kata sepakat dalam menentukan siapakah yang bakal menjawat jawatan Perdana Menteri sekiranya pakatan pembangkang menang Pilihan Raya Umum (PRU) jelas menunjukkan sememangnya DAP, PAS, PKR ini tidak sehaluan, ujar Ketua Penerangan UMNO, Datuk Ahmad Maslan ketika mengulas mengenai ketidaksepakatan pakatan pembangkang.

    Tambah beliau, walaupun hanya mempunyai tiga parti di dalam gabungan mereka namun keputusan besar untuk siapa yang layak diletakkan sebagai Perdana Menteri tidak mampu mereka lakukan sebulat suara yang mana ini jelas amat berbeza dengan Barisan Nasional (BN) yang mempunyai 13 parti gabungan.



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    1. THE BIG LIE ABOUT MALAYSIA-A SHAM DEMOCRACY!

      FIRST THEY CAME FOR THE COMMUNISTS, THEN THE UNIONS, THE PROGRESSIVES, & THEN THE CHURCH...

      The elections only proves every time that the system is rigged in favour of those in power.

      Many misled Malays behave like the German people who voted Hitler into power playing on the same tune of racial supremacy and domination of non-Malays as UMNO does. But they are also waking up to UMNO's deceitful politics.

      This time UMNO again played up their racism and fear of non-Malay domination as seen in Najib post election racist remarks "the Chinese Tsunami". Racism underlined whole of UMNO's election campaign to scare the Malayan Malays to vote for them. But the figure show tha many Malays have turned against UMNO's racism and apartheid rule.

      The plain facts are clear for all to see that UMNO elites and cronies are the minority class which is monopolising and exploiting the resources and stealing the wealth of the 3 countries in Malaysia. The rules for colonisation of the mind and land has not changed.

      They could rule as dictatorship but they themselves have to live a big "lie".

      This lie is to show the world that "Malaysia" is a "democracy" to cover up its neo-colonial nature and the fascist annexation of Sabah and Sarawak as colonies with Britain's help.

      This is essential to keep the support of the western world which so loves Malaysia as "vibrant and lively democracy" but they keep silent on UMNO'S abuses of our human rights for over 50 year. This is 35 years longer than Nazi Germany had lasted!

      As long as UMNO keeps up this pretence the "West" will never believe that the 2 countries Sarawak and Sabah have been re-colonised. Even many Malayans do not want to believe us. They cannot stand the thought of losing their rich resource centres and petrol stations! The Malayan economy will collapse if Sabah and Sarawak pull out of Malaysia.

      Compatriots. Sabah and Sarawak is not just their fixed deposit but their guarantee for staying on in power.

      These two reasons why Sabah and Sarawak have been so vital to the UMNO regime and Malaya.

      Think for just a fleeting second.

      Without Sabah or Sarawak there is no Malaysia.

      And without our votes there will be no UMNO!

      So we are more important to Malaya than Malaya will ever be for us. Not in a millennium.

      We can survive on our own as independent resource rich nations free from Malayan control and we may become even better off than Brunei and Singapore!

      The elections are part of our hard learning curve to free ourselves from foreign bondage.

      The lesson is that so long as we fail to win the poor masses we will remain oppressed slaves and stood on our faces by UMNO Malayan jackboots!

      TAKE BACK OUR COUNTRY!

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    2. PART OF OUR HISTORY

      North Borneo Historical Society
      April 9

      Sheikh Azahari bin Sheikh Mahmud (1928/29–2002), better known as A.M. Azahari, was a Brunei politician turned rebel.

      Azahari strongly objected to the Sultan's idea for Brunei's membership in the Federation of Malaysia, along with British North Borneo (which was later renamed to Sabah), Sarawak and Singapore.

      " …., there was also doubt about the motives of the possible rebels. What did they want? Much of this has to do with the enigmatic performance of Azahari. In September 1962, The Borneo Bulletin had two statements on the front page from Azahari. In one he talked about a meeting with leaders in Sarawak and North Borneo to press for the creation of “an independent federation of Borneo.”

      In the other, in an interview with the Sultan, he pledged the support of his party to the ruler’s acceptance in principle of the proposed plan for Malaysia.

      Early in December, Azahari announced that three motions would be proposed at the first meeting of the new Legislative Council:
      (i) Rejecting Malaysia.

      (ii) Requesting the restoration of Brunei sovereignty over Sarawak
      and North Borneo.

      (iii) Calling for a British grant of independence to a Borneo
      federation not later than 1963.

      The Party Rakyat appear to have been genuine in their belief that the findings of the Cobbold Commission were fraudulent and had hopes of popular support in Sarawak and North Borneo.

      The Sultan of Brunei saw the uprising as a rebellion against joining the Federation. In this sense the popular mood contrasted sharply with the views of the Sultan’s closest advisors. Many of the appointed members of the Legislative Council were happy in principle to be part of the new Malaysia; though some voiced doubts and concerns over the concessions demanded by Kuala Lumpur.

      The Sultan had no intention of surrendering his sovereignty to the PRB by fleeing the country. The Sultan and the people shared one thing in common. They were fed up with the protracted negotiations over the new Federation. The people feared their country would be coerced into joining; the Sultan believed that while Brunei was a Protectorate with very considerable control over its affairs, Malaya was a former colony. "

      - by: Dato’ Haji Harun Bin Haji Abdul Majid
      MPhil. (King’s College, London)

      — with Dumaring Talajou.

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  2. Gagal Sepakat Jawatan PM, Bukti Pembangkang Hanya Retorik . BN JUGA YANG TERBAIK! TERUSKAN SOKONGAN KEPADA NAJIB! BELIAU YANG TERBAIK!



    “BN yang di anggotai oleh 13 parti jelas sepakat dan satu nada iaitu hanya mahukan Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak sebagai Perdana Menteri sedangkan mereka baru dalam kumpulan yang kecil tidak sepakat jadi bagaimana mereka mahu mentadbir negara… Kemudian mereka ini hanyalah kumpulan yang beretorik, kononnya mengamalkan Malaysian Malaysia, sama rata tapi sama rata apa… kesemua calon Melayu gagal untuk terpilih dalam jawatankuasa Kerja Pusat (CEC).

    “Ini menunjukkan mereka hanya beretorik tentang demokrasi, beretorik tentang kesaksamaan, beretorik tentang Malaysia ini untuk semua… Mereka hanya beretorik. Sepatutnya mereka laksanakan, bagi arahan untuk menunjukkan mereka adalah parti pelbagai kaum tetapi sekarang jelas bahawa tembelang DAP pecah dengan bauan politik yang cukup-cukup busuk. Hanya bercakap tetapi tidak melaksanakan apa yang mereka katakan.

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    1. SABAH & SARAWAK UMNO MALAYA DESPERATELY NEEDS YOUR PARLIAMENTARY SEATS TO REMAIN IN POWER!

      YOU ARE NOW IN POSITION TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING DEMANDS:

      1. DEMAND IMMEDIATE SELF RULE/AUTONOMY IN COMPLIANCE WITH MALAYSIA FORMATION AGREEMENTS.

      2. SABAH OR SARAWAK TAKE OVER THE PRIME MINISTERSHIP SINCE MALAYA MONOPOLISED THIS POSITION FOR 50 YEARS.

      3. APPOINT A SABAHAN OR SARAWAKIAN TO BE THE NEXT KING OF MALAYSIA.(Hopefully there is no big jostle for this position. The second next king will be from Sabah or Sarawak whichever is the first!)

      4. REQUIRE MALAYA TO RETURN CONTROL OF OUR OIL AND ALL RESOURCES & FINANCES & GOV’T AS AGREED IN THE 20 & 18 POINTS AGREEMENTS.

      5. IMMEDIATE “BORNEONISATION”
      We all know what the means- i.e. give us back our jobs!

      6. COMPLY WITH ALL THE MALAYSIA FORMATION AGREEMENTS including restoring religious freedom and all other freedoms.

      7. MALAYA WITHDRAWS ITS ARMY FROM SABAH & SARAWAK AND THEY WILL FORM THEIR OWN NATIONAL ARMIES FOR SELF DEFENCE! Malaya failed disastrously in its Malaysia justification to defend Sabah and Sarawak from illegals human wave invasions and the Sulu invasion and also used Sabah as haven and financing and training base for Filipino insurgent/terrorist groups.

      8. WE SHALL RESOLVE THE ILLEGALS ISSUE BY SENDING ALL ILLEGALS TO MALAYA.

      9. DISMANTLE UMNO’S APARTHEID SYSTEM FOR A FAIR JUST AND EQUAL SOCIETY.

      10. THE DEMANDS ARE NOT NEGOTIABLE.

      11. IF UMNO DOES NOT AGREE TO ALL THESE DEMANDS, SABAH AND SARAWAK NEGOTIATE WITH PAKATAN FOR SAME POINTS.

      12. IF PAKATAN DOES NOT AGREE SABAH AND SARAWAK IMMEDIATELY DECLARE INDEPENDENCE! (The governments are in place for a peaceful changeover.)

      Malaya UMNO take note- neither Musa or Taib will remain loyal to you forever if not for your army and police protecting their regime. This is the only successful part of your 1960s’ “security & prosperity” justification for forming Malaysia. The other part is their part of the bargain is a free hand for them to plunder Sabah and Sarawak while UMNO grabbed our oil.

      13. Sabah Sarawak State governments are in a unique position to redeem themselves as patriots and not be forever seen as traitors any more by making these demands.

      MALAYA HAND BACK OUR COUNTRY!”

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  3. Gagal Sepakat Jawatan PM, Bukti Pembangkang Hanya Retorik . BN JUGA YANG TERBAIK! TERUSKAN SOKONGAN KEPADA NAJIB! BELIAU YANG TERBAIK!

    “Kini mereka minta pula 13 kerusi tambahan yang sekali lagi menunjukkan mereka ingin menguasai pakatan pembangkang sedangkan mereka telah pun menguasai sebenarnya kerana sekarang ini mereka ada 29 kerusi, PAS 23 kerusi dan PKR 23 kerusi,” ujarnya.

    Menurut beliau, penambahan kerusi yang diminta oleh DAP dalam PRU akan datang membuktikan pula bahawa DAP adalah sebuah parti yang tamak dan tidak percaya sama sekali kepada rakan sekutu mereka.

    “Mereka hanya menjadikan PKR dan PAS sebagai batu loncatan untuk mendapat kepercayaan rakyat dari berbilang kaum.

    “Mereka menguasai 29 kerusi jadi sudah tentu dalam PRU mereka ingin kuasa seterusnya dengan menguasai kementerian-kementerian penting yang ada. Jadi jangan perjudikan masa hadapan kita dengan kumpulan pembangkang yang akan menjahanamkan agama, bangsa dan negara yang telah kita bela sekian lama,” ujarnya lagi.-




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  4. Foreign leaders have sent their congratulatory messages to Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on his victory in the 13th General Election (GE13).

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  5. Four leaders who had congratulated the prime minister by calling him yesterday were the prime ministers of the United Kingdom (UK), David Cameron, Yingluck Shinawatra (Thailand), Lee Hsien Loong (Singapore) and Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan

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  6. At 1pm (6 May), Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard called on Najib to convey her best wishes.

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  7. The prime minister spoke with Gillard for about 10 minutes after chairing a special meeting with Barisan Nasional (BN) members of parliament at the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC)

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  8. Najib is also expected to receive calls from several other world leaders today.

    On 5 May, the GE13 saw Barisan Nasional (BN) being returned to power when the coalition won 133 of the 222 parliamentary seats to form the new federal government.

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  9. According to a statement released by the British High Commission here today, Cameron had called Najib to congratulate him personally on winning the general election.

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  10. “The British prime minister personally conveyed his congratulations to Malaysian Prime Minister (Datuk Seri) Najib Tun Razak in a phone conversation last night.

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  11. “PM Cameron emphasised the importance of further political and economic reform, building on efforts, thus far.

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  12. “PM Cameron added that he looked forward to strengthening the UK’s bilateral relationship with Malaysia,”

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  13. Penyokong Barisan Nasional (BN) tidak harus kecewa dengan keputusan pilihan raya umum ke-13 (PRU13) kerana yang penting parti gabungan itu boleh membentuk kerajaan.

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  14. Pemimpin veteran Umno Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim berkata BN tidak perlu gusar dengan sentimen yang diwujud pelbagai pihak selepas PRU13.

    Beliau berkata apa yang penting, BN harus menunaikan janji yang dibuat dalam manifestonya.

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  15. “Soal angka memang akan sentiasa dimainkan, iaitu 140 kerusi (Parlimen) pada 2008 dan 133 pada 2013… tetapi harus diingat, BN telah dapat menawan Kedah,” katanya ketika ditemu bual dalam rancangan Hello Malaysia yang disiar di saluran Bernama TV malam Selasa.

    Rais, yang merupakan Menteri Penerangan Komunikasi dan Kebudayaan sebelum parlimen dibubar, berkata rakyat akan nampak kejujuran kerajaan BN selepas ini dalam tempoh beberapa minggu atau beberapa bulan.

    Beliau juga berkata BN tidak sekali-kali tunduk pada usaha pembangkang yang sentiasa cuba menimbulkan rasa tidak puas hati di kalangan rakyat terhadap kerajaan.

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  16. Ramon said the EC had been, to an extent, treated unfairly by many parties who questioned the credibility of the election results, particularly over the integrity of the electoral roll used.

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  17. the EC was duty-bound to register anyone who had a blue MyKad, and it had no power to deal with issues revolving around the validity of an individual's citizenship.

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  18. Ramon said the results of GE13 remained credible despite some imperfections in the country's electoral system.

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  19. the EC and its appointed officials had largely performed their duties professionally and according to procedures.

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  20. Congratulations to the winners and feels sorry for the losers. We will never know the outcome

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  21. Bringing people together after the general election will be one of the main tasks of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

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    1. "NATIONAL CONCILIATION" CANNOT BE ACHIEVED BY BASHING THE CHINESE BOGEYMAN AGAIN & USING SCARY TERMS LIKE "THE CHINESE TSUNAMI" AND ARRESTS OF PEOPLE CRITICAL OF UMNO MISRULE AT MASS RALLY AGAINST ELECTION FRAUD

      Please take a deep breath and get real!

      We have been getting this insincere UMNO platitudes and spins for 50 years!

      And we have it up to here!

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  22. Najib said he would also focus on a multi-billion-dollar modernisation programme because “expanding the size and scope of the country's economy would help draw support back to Barisan Nasional”.

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  23. The Prime Minister said he now aimed to push through a US$444bil (RM1.32tril) plan to boost consumer spending and make the nation more competitive against countries like South Korea and Singapore.

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    1. WHO WILL EVENTUALLY GAIN THE US$444bil???

      UMNO GLCs

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  24. Najib also rubbished allegations by Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim that Barisan flew in foreigners from nearby countries to vote in hot seats during the election.

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  25. "BN that clearly belong to the 13 party consensus and a tone that just wants Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak as Prime Minister when they had a small group so do not agree how they want to govern the country ... then they are just beretorik group, called practice Malaysian Malaysia, evenly but what ... all of equal Malay candidates fail to selectively in the central working committee (CEC).

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  26. "Now they ask about 13 additional seats once again show they want to dominate the opposition when they have already mastered exactly as they now have 29 seats, PAS and PKR 23 seats 23 seats," he said.

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  27. According to him, the addition of seats requested by the DAP in the next general election also proved that DAP is a party that is greedy and does not believe at all to their partners.

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  28. "They controlled 29 seats so of course they want power in the next general election, capturing important ministries available. So do not gamble with the future we will destroy the opposition of religion, race and nation have we advocate for a long time, "she said.

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  29. Four leaders who congratulated the prime minister by calling him yesterday were the prime Ministers of the United Kingdom (UK), David Cameron, Yingluck Shinawatra (Thailand), Lee Hsien Loong (Singapore) and Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan

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  30. Ditanya tentang formula kejayaan BN Sabah mengekalkan kecemerlangan sebagai negeri simpanan tetap BN, Musa berkata, semua pemimpinnya ikhlas bekerja untuk rakyat.

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  31. "Fokus kita adalah untuk rakyat, kerja dan terus kerja, tiada ruang untuk bermain-main dan rakyat Sabah tahu bahawa kita adalah sebuah kerajaan yang ikhlas dan jujur," katanya.

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  32. Sementara itu, Musa memaklumkan barisan Kabinet negeri akan diumumkan dalam masa terdekat bagi mengambil kira beberapa faktor tertentu termasuk memilih barisan kepimpinan terbaik yang mewakili setiap lapisan masyarakat dan kaum di negeri itu.

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  33. Dalam pada itu, ditanya apakah harapan BN Sabah yang menang dengan cemerlang terhadap dasar kerajaan Pusat secara khusus kepada Sabah termasuk menambah beberapa keistimewaan tertentu, Musa berkata:"Pendirian kami adalah seperti biasa iaitu tetap meneruskan hubungan baik dan erat yang terjalin sejak dari dahulu lagi.

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  34. Kata beliau lagi, apa yang pasti BN Sabah amat beruntung kerana mempunyai pemimpin seperti Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak yang sentiasa mendengar denyut nadi rakyat Sabah.

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  35. SABAH & SARAWAK UMNO MALAYA DESPERATELY NEED YOUR PARLIAMENTARY SEATS TO REMAIN IN POWER!

    YOU ARE NOW IN POSITION TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING DEMANDS:

    1. DEMAND IMMEDIATE SELF RULE/AUTONOMY IN COMPLIANCE WITH MALAYSIA FORMATION AGREEMENTS.

    2. SABAH OR SARAWAK TAKE OVER THE PRIME MINISTERSHIP SINCE MALAYA MONOPOLISED THIS POSITION FOR 50 YEARS.

    3. APPOINT A SABAHAN OR SARAWAKIAN TO BE THE NEXT KING OF MALAYSIA.(Hopefully there is no big jostle for this position. The next king will be from Sabah or Sarawak whichever is the first!)

    4. REQUIRE MALAYA TO RETURN CONTROL OF OUR OIL AND ALL RESOURCES & FINANCES & GOV'T AS AGREED IN THE 20 & 18 POINTS AGREEMENTS.

    5. IMMEDIATE "BORNEONISATION"
    (We all know what the means- i.e. give us back our jobs!)

    6. COMPLY WITH ALL THE MALAYSIA FORMATION AGREEMENTS including restoring religious freedom and all other freedoms.

    7. MALAYA WITHDRAWS ITS ARMY FROM SABAH & SARAWAK AND THEY WILL FORM THEIR OWN NATIONAL ARMIES FOR SELF DEFENCE! Malaya failed in its Malaysia justification to defence Sabah and Sarawak from illegals human wave invasions and the Sulu invasion and also used Sabah as haven and financing and training base for Filipino insurgent/terrorist groups

    8. WE WILL RESOLVE THE ILLEGALS ISSUE BY SENDING ALL ILLEGALS TO MALAYA.


    9. DISMANTLE UMNO'S APARTHEID SYSTEM FOR A FAIR AND EQUAL SOCIETY.

    10. THE DEMANDS ARE NOT NEGOTIABLE.

    10. IF UMNO DOES NOT AGREE TO ALL THESE DEMANDS, SABAH AND SARAWAK NEGOTIATE WITH PAKATAN FOR SAME POINTS.

    11. IF PAKATAN DOES AGREE SABAH AND SARAWAK IMMEDIATELY DECLARE INDEPENDENCE!

    Malaya UMNO take note- neither Musa or Taib will remain loyal to you forever if not for your army and police protecting their regime. This is the only successful part of your 1960s' “security & prosperity” justification for forming Malaysia. The other part is their part of the bargain is a free hand for them to plunder Sabah and Sarawak.

    12. Sabah Sarawak State governments are in a unique position to redeem themselves as patriots and not be forever seen as traitors any more by making these demands.

    MALAYA HAND BACK OUR COUNTRY!

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  36. Pencapaian kerajaan Barisan Nasional (BN) yang diterajui oleh Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najibi Razak sebenarnya lebih baik berbanding pembangkang yang kuat beretorik. Malah kemenangan BN pada pilihan raya umum ke-13 (PRU13) menunjukkan rakyat Malaysia yakin terhadap kepimpinan Perdana Menteri.

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  37. Najib telah berhadapan dengan musuh-musuh yang lebih besar daripada PRU12, pada 2008 apabila pembangkang pada masa itu mempunyai kelebihan di laman media sosial sehingga membangkitkan tsunami politik di Malaysia dan mewujudkan kejutan apabila menawan beberpa negeri.

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  38. Kemenangan BN mengekalkan pentadbiran negara serta merampas semula Kedah adalah satu pencapaian yang sangat baik, dan tidak mengalami kekalahan kerana pembangkang yang dihadapi BN, dan Najib pada 5 Mei lalu lebih tersusun dan teratur beserta perancangan rapi.

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  39. Ia dibuktikan apabila BN bukan sahaja berjaya mengekalkan Perak yang bergoyang pada 2008, tetapi sebaliknya berjaya merampas kembali kerajaan negeri Kedah dari tangan PAS yang dipimpin Azizan Razak sebelum ini.

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  40. Umno juga telah menambah bilangan kerusi yang dimenangi mereka, walaupun BN tewas 7 kerusi kepada pembangkang apabila Umno telah meningkatkan kerusi Parlimen yang diwakilinya daripada 79 kepada 88.

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  41. Bagi kerusi DUN juga menyaksikan peningkatan kerusi Umno daripada 239 pada 2008 kepada 242 pada 2013. Dengan kekuatan pembangkang, dan pengalaman 5 tahun mereka menyusun strategi memecah belahkan pengundi, BN sebenarnya menang pilihan raya kali ini.

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  42. Nyata strategi pembangkang, terutamanya PAS dalam PR tidak berjaya mendapat sokongan pengundi Melayu yang jelak dengan sikap 'flip-flop' PAS selepas bersama Pakatan. Ia menunjukkan juga bahawa pengaruh Anwarinas dalam PAS turut terkubur bersama pemimpin-pemimpin pro Anwar yang tewas, dan menyaksikan kumpulan ulama sekali lagi mendominasi kepimpinan PAS.

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  43. BN dan Umno sebaliknya meraih populariti dalam masyarakat Melayu memandangkan keyakinan mereka terhadap usaha kerajaan selama ini, dan tidak lagi memilih PAS untuk mewakili Melayu Islam kerana suara emreka tidak akan pernah kedengaran di kepimpinan tertinggi Pakatan Rakyat.

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  44. NOW that the polls are over, let's ponder about the destiny of our country. Congratulations to Datuk Seri Najib Razak who has been given the mandate to lead the country for another five years.

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  45. Najib's transformation programmes were a plus point. He is trying his best to accommodate everyone in his plans and we should be fair and give him more time. As a first-term prime minister, he has done remarkably well and I am sure the past four years had been a learning process. He should now know what is expected of him and his government.

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  46. Barisan Nasional has done well to secure 133 parliamentary seats. This might be less than what BN won in 2008 but under the present situation, securing a simple majority is a big victory. The onslaught by the opposition was massive, but it was not good enough to translate into votes. BN should analyse and evaluate its performance.

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  47. The prime minister must deliver his pledges made in the run-up to the polls. The rakyat will appreciate if he makes good of his pledges. He should also be proud that his party, Umno, delivered the bulk of the votes, both at parliamentary and state seat level. As for the Chinese voters, they were willing to sacrifice MCA and Gerakan so that their voices could be heard loud and clear.

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  48. Najib should, first and foremost, choose a credible cabinet line-up. Now that MCA has refused to accept any government posts, Najib has been pushed into a tough corner.

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  49. MCA should be represented in the cabinet. It's true that the MCA president has promised that MCA will not take up any government post if it performed worse than in 2008, but in reality, he should also respect the people's decision.

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  50. Najib should pick the ministers and members of parliament from the winning list. We do not want losing candidates to be made a senator or a minister. Neither do we want leaders who did not gain the confidence of the rakyat to be in the government.

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  51. RADIO AUSTRALIA’S CRITICAL BROADCAST ON MALAYSIAN ELECTIONS

    RADIO AUSTRALIA JUST REPORTED (11.20 a.m. Melbourne time) that the Malaysian Police will commence arresting people for “sedition” for speeches made during the recent KL mass meeting by Pakatan.

    Radio Australia commented that it would not help with Najib’s “national conciliation” if he started arresting opposition leaders.

    Folks your Big Brother has returned despite “abolishment of the ISA” and replaced with something worse.

    Radio Australia made a list of serious allegations and substantiations on the election fraud and mentioned that the election was only partially fair. Election Commission seen as biased and not independent and lacking in integrity.

    BN sowed mistrust between Chinese and Malays How is BN going to ensure that BN “is not ruling for Malays”.

    Khairy Kamaruddin defended UMNO’s dirty tricks with good sounding reasons which UMNO never implements in practice to prevent “fraud” but actually perpetuate them.

    He accused Anwar Ibrahim of being divisive for not accepting Sunday’s election results.

    Would you if the elections were rigged your opponent’s favour?

    The podcast is here on the Asia Pacific link:
    http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/ra…

    Posted by Mailman in Sarawak Report 10/05/13

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  52. Tiga badan pemantau proses Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13, Ahad lalu, mengakui keputusan PRU-13 mempunyai kredibiliti serta boleh dipercayai.

    Institut Hubungan Demokrasi dan Ekonomi (IDEAS), Pusat Kajian Polisi Awam (CPPS) serta Institut Kepimpinan dan Strategi Asia (ASLI) turut mengakui ia dilaksanakan dengan baik oleh Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) berbanding pilihan raya umum sebelum ini.

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  53. Pengerusi CPPS, Tan Sri Ramon V Navaratnam, berkata secara keseluruhan keputusan pilihan raya yang diumumkan Isnin lalu adalah sah dan perlu diterima semua pihak.


    Katanya, walaupun ada beberapa kesalahan kecil dilaporkan, keseluruhan proses pengundian berjalan lancar dan urusan mengundi tidak tergendala walaupun tidak 100 peratus sempurna.

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  54. Secara keseluruhan, keputusan yang diumumkan boleh dipercayai walaupun terdapat beberapa kecaman terutama dalam media sosial berhubung proses pilihan raya yang berlangsung.

    "Selain itu, BN (Barisan Nasional) juga tidak berhadapan dengan situasi Parlimen tergantung, sebaliknya parti itu berjaya mendapat majoriti yang ketara pada pilihan raya kali ini," katanya pada satu sidang media, di sini semalam.

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  55. Navaratnam berkata, sepanjang pemerhatian pihaknya di beberapa tempat mengundi sekitar Lembah Klang, tiada sebarang penipuan dikesan, malah setiap proses berjalan lancar dengan dipantau ejen parti masing-masing sepanjang masa.

    "Kami berada di Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Bangsar dan Segambut. Secara jujurnya tiada bukti berlaku penipuan atau kesilapan di pusat mengundi. Tiada isu orang lain boleh nampak pengundi pangkah sesiapa dan setiap prosedur dipantau," katanya.

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  56. Dalam pada itu, Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif IDEAS, Wan Saiful Wan Jan mengesyorkan SPR menjadi badan yang lebih bebas dengan kuasa melantik dan menguruskan kakitangan mereka sendiri, bebas daripada perkhidmatan awam sedia ada.

    Katanya, dalam memastikan SPR terus diberi kepercayaan oleh masyarakat umum, ahli badan itu juga perlu dilantik secara telus daripada kalangan mereka yang mahir lagi pakar dalam bidang berkenaan.

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  57. Keputusan (pilihan raya) boleh dipercayai kerana ia berdasarkan prosedur, namun ini bukan asas bagi menakrifkan pilihan raya yang adil. Ia adalah keputusan terbaik yang kita peroleh di sebalik pelbagai cabaran yang perlu dihadapi,” katanya.

    Katanya, pihaknya mendapati integriti daftar pemilih adalah meragukan kerana Pendaftar Pertubuhan (ROS) yang bersikap partisan dalam mendaftarkan pakatan pembangkang serta dana parti politik yang didapati tidak telus.

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  58. Sementara itu, Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif, Institut Strategi dan Kepemimpinan Asia (ASLI), Tan Sri Dr Michael Yeoh, berkata umum tidak wajar mempertikaikan keputusan PRU-13 kerana ia terbukti mempunyai kredibiliti.

    “Walaupun begitu, pada hakikatnya, tiada sistem yang sempurna di dunia ini, pasti ada kesilapan manusia atau kesilapan teknikal yang tidak dapat dielakkan.

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  59. Justeru, SPR perlu berfungsi sebagai badan bebas dan mengambil kira semua syor dan cadangan yang dikemukakan pemerhati pilihan raya supaya suruhanjaya ini dapat mengendalikan pilihan raya seterusnya dengan lebih bersih, telus lagi adil,” katanya.

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  60. Pengalaman perit rakyat selama lima tahun diperintah oleh PAS menjadi faktor kemenangan Barisan Nasional (BN) di Kedah pada pilihan raya kali ini, tegas Pengerusi BN negeri, Datuk Ahmad Bashah Mohd Hanipah.Katanya reaksi positif rakyat yang mahukan BN kembali memerintah dan berkhidmat ekoran urustadbir buruk PAS diterjemah dalam PRU-13 apabila BN menang 21 kerusi daripada 36 kerusi.

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  61. Justeru katanya pembangkang perlu menerima keputusan yang dibuat oleh rakyat negeri itu melalui pemilihan demokrasi dengan hati yang terbuka.

    "Pertama kita yakin pengalamn lima tahun rakyat kedah berada dalam pembangkang rakyat dapat melihat dan merasai pengalaman di bawah pembangkang macam-macam hal berlaku.Jadi daripada situ mengambil keputusan mengubah dan itulah keputusan daripada rakyat.

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  62. Jika dulu BN boleh menerima keputusan 2008 Ahmad Bashah harap pembangkang boleh menerima keputusan rakyat, sepatutnya mereka juga harus menerima keputusan yang telah di buat. Tambahnya lagi kemenangan BN untuk kembali menubuhkan kerajaan di Kedah telah dijangkakan berdasarkan reaksi rakyat.

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  63. Pemangku Timbalan Jurucakap di Jabatan Negara Amerika, Patrick Ventrell yang mewakili Amerika Syarikat misalnya selain mengucapkan tahniah di atas kejayaan BN, turut menyuarakan rasa puas hati dengan proses pengundian semasa PRU-13. Sementara itu, Singapura juga tidak ketinggalan mengutus ucapan tahniah melalui Perdana Menterinya, Lee Hsien Loong. Beliau juga turut menyatakan kesediaan untuk meneruskan kerjasama dan memperkukuhkan lagi hubungan diplomatik kedua-dua negara.

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  64. Seperti diketahui umum, Amerika Syarikat dan Singapura mempunyai hubungan cukup akrab dengan beberapa pemimpin pembangkang di negara ini, bila mana mereka mengiktiraf kejayaan BN itu tandanya mereka akhirnya akur gerakan pembangkang di ketuai Anwar Ibrahim telah gagal sama sekali.Turut serta mengucapkan tahniah ialah Perdana Menteri United Kingdom iaitu David Cameron, Perdana Menteri Thailand, Yingluck Shinawatra dan John Key dari New Zealand. Kemudian disusuli pula oleh Perdana Menteri Australia, Julia Gillard yang menghubungi Dato' Seri Najib Tun Razak melalui telefon untuk menyampaikan ucapan tahniahnya.

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  65. Mereka juga sepakat meminta semua pihak menerima keputusan PRU-13 dan menghormati keputusan pengundi sekali gus pengiktirafan itu menolak tohmahan Ketua Umum PKR yang mempertikaikan proses pilihan raya yang didakwanya tidak telus.
    Manakala dari Asia Barat, Putera Mahkota Abu Dhabi, Jen Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan mendahului negara lain di rantau itu mengutus ucapan tahniah kepada Perdana Menteri, Dato' Seri Najib Tun Razak.

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  66. Semua ini menunjukkan kejayaan BN dalam PRU-13 yang baru berlalu menepati standard demokrasi dan segala dakwa-dakwi konon wujudnya penyelewengan atau ketidaktelusan hanyalah luahan kekecewaan pihak tertentu yang gagal menerima hakikat yang mereka tidak layak memerintah negara ini.

    Tapi dalam pada pakatan pembangkang, PR sibuk mahu berhimpun sana sini untuk membantah keputusan PRU-13, sempat pula mereka meraikan kemenangan mereka di beberapa buah negeri sambil mengangkat sumpah sebagai Menteri Besar dan Ketua Menteri seperti yang berlaku di Kelantan dan Pulau Pinang.


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  67. (Leaked document)

    |||NB: STRICTLY EMBARGOED|||

    PROPOSED NEW UMNO 10 POINTS AGENDA FOR BORNEO (Google Translation )

    We thank Allah and hail UMNO BN's GE13 election victory!

    We thank the Bumiputras of Sabah and Sarawak who helped us to retain power in the face of false allegations of election frauds. They have have again shown great wisdom in giving UMNO another chance to remain in government.

    We also thank our new bumiputra brothers from overseas without whom we would not have won in West Malaysia or in Sabah and Sarawak.

    We are eternally grateful to all of them as without them this time our nation would surely have been hijacked by the opposition. We will be safe with them and they will be safe with us.

    Here is the proposed agenda for a broaden democratic people's participation.

    1. We support PM Najib's call for national conciliation following the “Chinese Tsunami” and arrests of many unpatriotic seditious anti-national elements! South Africa only had national conciliation after apartheid ended. Germany took a similar step for uniting a greater Germany in 1933. However, we are taking a political leap forward here for national conciliation.

    2. The NEP will be revamped to adjust BUMIPUTRA privileges as there are now more bumiputras in Malaysia to share our national wealth by including many brothers and citizens from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Middle east, Indonesia & Philippines. This is due to Dr. Mahathir's brilliant vision and strategy to increase Malaysia's population to 60 millions by 2020. He was a genius to hire Abu Sayyaf to mass transport 1 million brothers into Sabah to re-structure the population.

    3. According to Dr. Mahathir's 2020 vision and PM Najb's 1Malaysia vision, we will consider taking into Malaya any excess new Filipino and Indonesia migrants from Sahah and Sarawak as they are labour cost effective for Malayan industries. Their votes have also helped UMNO to win the elections and they are rewarded with jobs which Sabahans and Sarawakian have so generously given to them.

    4. As part of national conciliation, we invite DAP to join BN as they now represent most of the Chinese who rejected MCA because unlike UMNO its leaders were only concerned with their own welfare.

    We also call on Anwar & other UMNO rebels and PAS to rejoin UMNO. You are forgiven & will be well rewarded. A new deal will be struck with the Indians with MOUs and IOUs. We are all inclusive. This will baring real national unity not what the opposition wants!

    5. We will consider Sabah and Sarawak's entreaties for better oil royalty and more development funds to bring them closer to us, since we have been using their oil to develop the rest of Malaysia. We have been fully aware that they are more than 50 years behind Malaya in development long before the opposition was making such an unnecessary electioneering fuss over this. It is not our desire to make the 2 states dependent on us for their oil revenue but we must first look after our national priorities. And we are doing our best to develop Sabah and Sarawak for 50 years.

    We vehemently deny that the bumiputras here have been reduced to “coolies” and certainly deny the claim that life was better before 1963!

    cont'd next blog

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  68. |||NB: STRICTLY EMBARGOED|||

    PROPOSED NEW UMNO 10 POINTS AGENDA FOR BORNEO (Google Translation)

    6. We thank our bumiputra brothers of Sabah and Sarawak (it is sad they prefer to call themselves “dan Lain Lains”) for their patience in waiting for development which Dr. Mahathir has specially commended them for. They are so understanding to sacrifice their struggle to achieve parity with their Malayan bumiputras brothers so that under UMNO we can gain control of the economy and national resources with GLCs from pendatangs.

    This has tremendously improved our bumiputras' standard of living and we are especially proud that there are now so many Bumiputra billionaires (such as Dr. Mahathir who is said to have US$44 billion in overseas banks) and millionaires even though the majority of Bumiputras are still living in poverty and dependant on government handouts.

    We however disagree with our respected mentor's description of Sabah Sarawak as "colonies" which is very offensive to their people who consider themselves as loyal 12th and 13th states of Malaya and have so graciously donated their oil to the nation.

    They have also donated their land and timber to develop Malaysia.

    Some examples of development are the grand Putra Jaya ($20+ bil) Twin Towers ($10+ bil) Bakun Dam ($10+ bil) and infrastructures in the peninsular which have been developed by Dr. Mahathir's family and colleagues' network of GLCs which are all involved in developing our country. God bless him.

    7. We will continue to provide security and prosperity (which was promised by our government as the main justification for forming Malaysia) to Sahah Sarawak with income we make by exploiting their oil.

    8. We have dealt with the Sulu invasion with appropriate force and restored security to Sabah. That is why the people voted for us so overwhelmingly. There was no need to "switch" the ulu votes in Sabah or Sarawak as the opposition alleged.

    9. The constitution will be revised if DAP joins us as we will achieve a 2/3 majority. If PKR and PAS join us it will be 100% majority and we will be a real national unity government. One happy family! 1Malaysia! This will be real “Ubah” for Malaysia! :)):

    10. We will consider any Sabah Sarawak requests for the position of prime ministership as we have already held this for 50 years and for election as the king of Malaysia so we can fairly treat them as equal partners in Malaysia. This is by way of honouring the 20 and 18 Points we signed with Sabah and Sarawak 50 years ago.

    We strenuously deny all allegations that we “dumped” these Agreements in 1965 and treated them unequally or that we have taken over and colonised their countries and what Dr. Mahathir has called them as “colonies”. Tunku Abdul Rahman our Bapa Malaysia had declared in writing that Malaya would never colonise Sabah and Sarawak but treat them as “equal partners”.

    This is only an unofficial draft document and subject to changes and revision after due consideration by UMNO Supreme Council, UMNO Youth and Perkasa.

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  69. SPR telah pun mengumumkan keputusan rasmi bahawa BN kembali menerajui Kerajaan Pusat setelah menang dengan majoriti mudah 112 kerusi Parlimen tepat jam 12.50 pagi.

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  70. Manakala PR menang 64 kerusi Parlimen dengan didahulu DAP 28 kerusi, PKR (18) dan PAS (18).

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  71. Sikap tidak boleh menerima kekalahan parti Pakatan Rakyat dalam Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13 (PRU13) yang lalu masih lagi ditonjolkan oleh puak-puak pembangkang.

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  72. Bukan sahaja pemimpin-pemimpin tertinggi dalam pembangkang tidak dapat menerima keputusan pengiraan undi oleh SPR, tetapi juga tidak dapat ditelan oleh penyokong PR.

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  73. Nampak sangat mereka masih lagi mencuba untuk mencipta situasi tegang dan huru-hara dalam negara.

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  74. Ketika ini, penyokong PR sedang kecoh menyebarkan berita-berita palsu dan penipuan yang sengaja dicipta supaya rakyat Malaysia terus percaya dan marahkan parti Barisan Nasional (BN).

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  75. Semuanya kerana apa, kerana BN adalah parti yang tetap mampu mentadbir negara dalam keadaan baik sama ada menjaga kestabilan ekonomi, keamanan bahkan mampu menjaga kebajikan rakyat. Perkara-perkara inilah yang tidak mampu diterima penyokong PR, lalu melipat kali gandakan usaha menyebarkan penipuan demi penipuan.

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  76. Lihat sahaja dalam media sosial seperti Facebook dan Twitter, pelbagai penipuan, rekaan cerita dan sumpah seranah dilemparkan oleh penyokong-penyokong PR. Belum lagi termasuk dalam blog-blog PR. Penipuan yang hangat dibuat oleh penyokong PR adalah isu kononnya BN membawa masuk warga asing seramai 600,000 orang ke Malaysia sebagai pengundi hantu.

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  77. Mereka juga menuduh kerajaan BN telah menyediakan kad pengenalan ‘ekspress’ kepada warga asing ini supaya mengundi BN dalam PRU13.Penipuan ini dibuat ketika semua rakyat Malaysia sedang sibuk keluar untuk mengundi pada 5 Mei lalu.

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  78. Ia terus dihangatkan dengan perbuatan memuat naik gambar-gambar individu-individu yang berwajah seperti warga asing, Bangladesh atau Pakistan di Facebook supaya membuatkan orang ramai lebih percaya dan termakan dengan agenda penipuan ini.

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  79. RADIO AUSTRALIA’S CRITICAL BROADCAST ON MALAYSIAN ELECTIONS

    RADIO AUSTRALIA REPORTED ON 09/05/13 (11.20 a.m. Melbourne time) that the Malaysian Police will commence arresting people for “sedition” for speeches made during the recent KL mass meeting by Pakatan.

    Radio Australia commented that it would not help with Najib’s “national re-conciliation” if he started arresting opposition leaders.

    Folks your Big Brother has returned despite “abolishment of the ISA” and replaced with something worse.

    Radio Australia made a list of serious allegations and substantiations on the election fraud and mentioned that the election was only partially fair. Election Commission seen as biased and not independent and lacking in integrity.

    BN sowed mistrust between Chinese and Malays How is BN going to ensure that BN “is not ruling for Malays”.

    Khairy Kamaruddin defended UMNO’s dirty tricks with good sounding reasons which UMNO never implements in practice to prevent “fraud” but actually perpetuate them.

    He accused Anwar Ibrahim of being divisive for not accepting Sunday’s election results.

    Would you if the elections were rigged your opponent’s favour?

    The podcast is here on the Asia Pacific link:
    http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/ra…

    Posted by Mailman in Sarawak Report 10/05/13

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  81. WE DON'T WANT TO BE A COLONY OF MALAYA!

    North Borneo Historical Society
    January 23

    Some recorded historical quotes prior to the Formation of Malaysia by Fuad Stephens ( by Bob Reece,Emeritus Professor in History at Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia.) -

    "......my people feel that if North Borneo joins Malaya now as a state, it would in fact mean that North Borneo would become not a state but a colony of the Federation of Malaya.

    As I have said before, THESE FEARS ARE GENUINE. Not actually fear or suspicion of the sincerity of Malaya to take us on as an equal partner but more the fear that by virtue of our status as a British colony we would automatically become a second-class state or a colony of Malaya…

    We must have at least self-government before we can talk, before we , the people of the country, can decide for ourselves whether we want to become partners in Malaysia. Self-government for us is a pre-requisite to final settlement of the Malaysia question “.

    The questions as to why Fuad Stephens made a u-turn regarding the Malaysian Agreement , answers by Dr.Bob Reece in an interview with Daily Express ....." I think Stephens was under colossal pressure. I think KL was exerting a lot of pressure. The Brits were exerting pressure, so that was why Stephens cracked.

    And I think the big factor was the British pressure along the lines of, well, 'if you go your way, that's fine but we won't protect you. We will only give you military protection against the Indonesians on the basis if you join Malaysia and Malaysian protection'.

    And at that point, things were blowing up in Indonesia."
    ..............................................................

    Indonesia opposed Malaysia as a "neo-colonial" scheme to continue colonisation of the Borneo colonies under Malayan rule.

    The facts speak for themselves. No self-rule, No Borneonisation, No oil, nothing but poverty.

    Thanks UMNO Malaysia!

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  83. Ketua Menteri Sabah Datuk Seri Musa Aman berkata kehadiran muka baharu berupaya membawa pembaharuan kepada parti apabila terpilih mewakili rakyat. "Gandingan muka baharu sebagai tenaga baharu dan membawa idea baharu, tetapi dalam masa yang sama kita mahukan orang lama yang bekerja yang pernah menjalankan tugas baik untuk ada kesinambungan wakil rakyat bagi memastikan kelancaran proses transformasi negara seperti yang dimahukan oleh Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak," katanya kepada pemberita di sini, Rabu.

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  84. Musa yang juga pengerusi BN negeri berkata setiap wakil rakyat termasuk calon yang dipilih seharusnya meneruskan kerja-kerja berkhidmat kepada rakyat terutama mengadakan program turun padang bagi memahami masalah mereka.

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  85. Beliau turut mengakui bahawa kebanyakan calon muka baharu yang dipilih merupakan kemunculan pertama kali yang harus diberi peluang berdasarkan pemikiran idea baharu golongan pelapis muda sementara muka lama tidak harus dipinggirkan.

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  86. Musa ketika mengumumkan calon bagi Umno, parti yang menunjangi BN Sabah, mengemukakan enam muka baharu sebagai calon yang akan bertanding di kerusi Parlimen dan Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) negeri ini pada pilihan raya umum kali ini. Di Sabah sebanyak 25 kerusi Parlimen dan 60 kerusi DUN dipertandingkan pada PRU13.

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  87. Semua calon BN di negeri ini berkumpul di kediaman rasmi Datuk Musa di Sri Gaya, Kota Kinabalu. Datuk Musa dan calon BN bersama-sama meraikan kemenangan BN pada PRU-13 di kediaman beliau. Nampaknya sekali lagi PRU menyebelahi BN yang mana telah berjaya diberikan mandat untuk membentuk kerajaan persekutuan dan juga Kerajaan Negeri di Sabah.

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  88. Pembangkang diharap dapat menerima keputusan PRU-13 yang menyaksikan rakyat memberi mandat baharu kepada pimpinan BN untuk menerajui negara bagi tempoh lima tahun akan datang. Keputusan PRU13 menunjukkan negara aman dan mengamalkan demokrasi dengan sebaiknya.Pilihan raya ini adalah adil kerana ada calon BN kalah dan menang.

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  89. Itu membuktikan pihak yang bertanggungjawab menjalankan tugas mereka sebaiknya. BN boleh terima apa juga keputusan yang rakyat buat, dan diharapkan pakatan pembangkang juga menerima keputusan ini.

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  90. Yang penting, teruskan agenda transformasi Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Raza. Jangan berhenti di sini, teruskan dan insya-Allah, buktikan kepada rakyat bahawa amanat yang diberikan hari ini tidak disia-siakan. Percayalah yang mana manifesto BN Sabah pasti akan tertunai. Itulah JANJI BN kepada rakyat.

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  91. Antara pembaharuan yang diperkenalkan ialah pengundian awal untuk anggota polis, tentera, pengamal media dan rakyat Malaysia di luar negara serta penggunaan dakwat kekal untuk mengelak pemilih berdaftar mengundi lebih daripada sekali.

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  92. “Jika berlaku sedikit ‘kotor’ di sana, sini, ia bukan disebabkan oleh SPR, parti-parti politik, para penyokong mesti menghormati undang-undang, mesti mematuhi garis panduan, mesti mematuhi tata etika (pilihan raya).

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  93. “Saya harap semua parti politik, pemimpin parti politik menasihatkan anggota dan penyokong anda supaya bersikap rasional dan tidak terlalu emosional. Patuhi undang-undang, patuhi peraturan dan patuhi nasihat polis dan SPR,” katanya pada sidang media khas di Ibu Pejabat SPR di sini yang disiarkan secara langsung oleh RTM dan TV3.

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  94. Katanya, terdapat banyak undang-undang, panduan dan kod etika yang jika dipatuhi akan menghasilkan pilihan raya yang aman.

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  95. Beliau juga berkata keadaan cuaca dan tiada sebarang acara penting membabitkan semua komuniti merupakan antara faktor utama diambil kira SPR dalam menetapkan 5 Mei dan 20 April, masing-masing, sebagai Hari Pengundian dan Penamaan Calon.

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  96. “Melihat kepada tarikh itu, dapat dilihat yang ia bebas daripada sebarang acara penting. Contohnya pada 20 April, tiada acara penting membabitkan mana-mana kaum di Malaysia pada tarikh berkenaan.

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  97. Menyedari hakikat itulah, jentera parti perlu menggunakan tempoh ini sebaik mungkin bagi tujuan mempromosi parti dan juga calon. Parti yang bertanding pada Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-13 (PRU13) dinasihatkan agar melakukan kempen dengan lebih beretika supaya tidak mengundang konflik yang mampu mengakibatkan kekecohan.

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  98. Memetik kenyataan Pengerusi Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR), Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof, beliau menasihatkan para pemimpin parti politik agar menggunakan fikiran secara mendalam sebelum mengeluarkan sebarang percakapan semasa berkempen agar PRU dapat berjalan dengan baik dan lancar.

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  99. Pesuruhjaya Polis Sabah Datuk Hamza Taib tidak lupa untuk mengingatkan parti politik agar memohon permit sebelum berkempen dan arahan telah dikeluarkan kepada Ketua Polis Daerah supaya semua permohonan dapat diproses dengan segera. Menurut beliau "Kita mahu permit diproses dengan cepat supaya mereka (calon) diberikan masa secukupnya untuk berkempen dan kita tidak mahu menghalang proses demokrasi yang diamalkan."

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  100. Naib Presiden Umno Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal pula menasihatkan semua ahli dan jentera pilihan raya Barisan Nasional (BN) supaya berkempen secara sihat dan tidak mengikut emosi. Semua anggota BN juga perlu sentiasa mematuhi lunas undang-undang sedia ada ketika berkempen untuk memenangkan BN pada Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-13 (PRU13) ini.

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  101. Mudah-mudahan sepanjang tempoh berkempen ini semua pihak akan menghormati etika dan menjaga integriti. Sama-samalah kita menjayakan PRU-13!

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  102. Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak pada Rabu menegaskan penerimaan secara muktamad keputusan pilihan raya umum ke-13 (PRU13) menjadi premis utama ke arah mencapai matlamat ‘pendamaian nasional’.

    Perdana menteri berkata ini kerana proses pilihan raya pada 5 Mei lepas itu telah dijalankan mengikut Perlembagaan negara dan peraturan pilihan raya.

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  103. Beliau berkata matlamat pendamaian nasional yang disarankan kerajaan tidak akan berlaku sekiranya pakatan pembangkang berterusan mengadakan perhimpunan yang menggambarkan mereka tidak menerima keputusan PRU13 itu.

    “Dalam usaha kita untuk mencari dan mencapai pendamaian nasional, saya suka menegaskan bahawa premis utama ialah bahawa keputusan PRU13 perlu kita terima sebagai keputusan yang muktamad.

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  104. “Sekiranya ada apa-apa yang tidak berpuas hati, ada saluran tententu untuk kita membuat aduan, dan selanjutnya apa-apa keputusan yang dibuat oleh proses mahkamah, maka kita kena terima kerana ia berpandukan Perlembagaan negara,” katanya ketika menjawab pertanyaan lisan Lim Kit Siang (DAP-Gelang Patah) pada persidangan Dewan Rakyat di sini.

    Lim meminta perdana menteri menyatakan usaha, kejayaan dan halangan terhadap ‘pendamaian nasional’ sejak PRU13 pada 5 Mei.

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  105. Najib berkata bagi mencapai matlamat pendamaian nasional, kerajaan mempunyai cadangan untuk menubuhkan Majlis Konsultasi Perpaduan Nasional yang mengandungi tiga asas penting iaitu mencari kaedah menangani soal polarisasi kaum dalam aspek yang luas, memupuk keharmonian antara agama dan bagaimana dasar-dasar kerajaan boleh berbentuk inklusif sosial.

    Najib berkata kerajaan akan menjemput semua pihak daripada kalangan masyarakat umum, ahli akademik dan parti-parti politik termasuk pembangkang bagi merumuskan langkah terbaik ke arah menentukan kesejahteraan rakyat dan masa depan lebih baik negara.

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  106. Menjawab soalan tambahan Lim berhubung dakwaan ada tindakan ‘menghukum’ rakyat dan wakil rakyat pembangkang berikutan keputusan PRU13, beliau berkata kerajaan tidak berhasrat berbalah berhubung perkara itu kerana cadangan penubuhan majlis itu adalah antaranya bagi sama-sama membincangkan perkara yang dibangkitkan veteran DAP itu.

    “Kalau Yang Berhormat boleh tegur kami, kami juga boleh menegur pihak Yang Berhormat, jadi kalau asyik tegur-menegur dan kita berbalah seperti itu, sampai bilapun tak akan berlaku pendamaian nasional…jadi soalnya kalau kita hendak mulakan proses ini, pokoknya terima keputusan PRU13,” tegas Najib.

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  107. Pada 6 Mei lepas, perdana menteri dilaporkan berkata kerajaan Barisan Nasional (BN) akan melaksanakan usaha penyatuan nasional untuk mengeratkan hubungan antara rakyat negara ini yang berpecah seperti dilihat melalui ‘trend polarisasi’ pengundi pada PRU13.

    Menurut Najib, usaha penyatuan nasional itu bakal dilaksanakan demi perpaduan rakyat yang seolah-olah dipisahkan berikutan pilihan raya umum itu.

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  108. Terdahulu, isu serupa turut dibangkitkan Mohamed Azmin Ali (PKR-Gombak) yangmempertikaikan bagaimana usaha pendamaian nasional mahu dilaksanakan sedangkan kerajaan belum dapat memastikan ‘kecurangan’ dalam proses PRU13 ditangani.

    Menjawab persoalan itu, Najib menarik perhatian sehingga kini pihak berkenaan belum menerima sebarang bukti penyelewengan seperti yang didakwa.

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