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Chin Peng dies on Malaysia Day

PETALING JAYA: Former secretary general of Communist Party of Malaya, Chin Peng has died in Bangkok.

According to Bangkok Post, the 90-year-old Chin Peng died at a hospital in Bangkok on Monday morning.

He died of old age and was pronounced dead at 6.20am.

His relatives will perform religious rites for him on Friday.

20 Points Valid Forever - Sabah Failed By Her Leaders - Jeffrey

Kota Kinabalu: “The 20-Points is relevant forever as long as Sabah is part of Malaysia and it must be implemented together with the Malaysia Agreement, in particular Article VIII where the Governments of Malaya, Sabah and Sarawak are required by whatever means including legislative, executive or other action as may be required to implement the assurances, undertakings and recommendations of the IGC Report which are not implemented by express provision in the Constitution of Malaysia ” said Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan, Chairman of STAR Sabah, in a press statement released today disagreeing with Tan Sri Harris Salleh’s opinion that the 20-Points is irrelevant.

Let the earth be your mosque - Abdul Rahman

If it follows that any surau or mosque must be demolished if someone from another religion meditated or prayed in it, or that it is off-kiblat, then the Hagia Sofia should be demolished. Wait, the Holy Masjid Al-Aqsa in Jerusalem, the Baitul Muqadis, Muslims’ holy site, where Jews, Christians and Muslims have worshipped in it for generations should also be demolished.

When a bunch of losers talk

For seven general elections you sucked Dr Mahathir’s dick and licked Umno’s arse. Today, you write an editorial lambasting Dr Mahathir. I think you are 35 years too late. Why repeat what we have been trying to tell you over the last 35 years?
Raja Petra Kamarudin
Using Dr Mahathir’s logic
The Malaysian Insider Editorial
Raise your hand if you expected Dr Mahathir Mohamad to have a conscience attack and blame himself and the Barisan Nasional (BN) government for Project IC – that not-so-secret initiative to hand identity cards to thousands of illegal immigrants in Sabah.

History of Sarawak cession and killing of new governor Duncan Stewart

r you history buffs listen to the BBC documentary about the handover of Sarawak to the British and the killing of the new Governor Duncan Stewart in Sibu.
Mike Thomson presents Radio 4's investigative history series, examining documents which shed new light on past events.
In 1946, against the general post-Second World War retreat from Empire, Britain acquired a new territory: Sarawak on the island of Borneo.
Before its cession to the British, Sarawak had, for over a hundred years, been ruled over by the so-called White Rajahs.
They were, in fact, the Brooke family from Dorset and the decision by Vyner Brooke to hand over to British rule was a controversial one both within his family and within the country of Sarawak in general.

September 16th Has Become “ Occupation Day”- Jeffrey

Kota Kinabalu:    “September 16th, which took 48 years, for the federal government to recognize as “Malaysia Day” might as well be called “Occupation Day” for Sabah since the freedom and independence affirmed on August 31st, 1963 and the “absolute independence” promised by Tunku Abdul Rahman when persuading the Borneo Territories to form Malaysia never materialized” said  Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, STAR Sabah Chief when asked about celebrating Malaysia Day on 16th September.

He said, “What is there to celebrate? Malaya has taken over Sabah from the British and now Malaya has re colonized us under the guise and name of the Federal Government of Malaysia. Where are the promises of “absolute independence, prosperity and security”?”

Gabungan Mahasiswa dan anak muda membantak kenaikan harga minyak

Gabungan Mahasiswa Islam Se-Malaysia (GAMIS) Sabah yang terdiri daripada kumpulan-kumpulan mahasiswa dan kumpulan anak muda GEGAR, pada hari ini membuat kenyataan media berhubung isu kenaikan harga minyak yang diumumkan Perdana Menteri Malaysia Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak yang juga Menteri Kewangan Malaysia.  GAMIS dan GEGAR, mengambil pendirian membantah kenaikan harga minyak yang diumumkan oleh Perdana Menteri Malaysia.

“NGOs・Parliamentary Struggle・ Democracy and Human Rights” Forum

- In commemoration of the 12th Anniversary of
Sahabat Rakyat Working Committee

Since independence in 1957, people of all ethnic groups and all classes of society have been suffering from the UMNO-dominant Alliance/BN government’s racist hegemonic rule. The democracy and human rights that people should have enjoyed have been of deprived brazenly by the despotic ruling clique. After suffering for half a century, on 8 March 2008, a political storm broke out demanding reforms.

The result of “308” general election undoubtedly shows that the UMNO-dominant BN ruling clique was spurned by half of the voters and Pakatan Rakyat formed by the three main opposition political parties (i.e. Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), Democratic Action Party (DAP), and Parti Islam Se-Malaysia (PAS)) successfully seized political power in 5 states (however, the Perak State was subsequently snatched back by BN because three Pakatan members defected), although BN retained its power in the federal government.




Forum "Pertubuhan masyarakat•Perjuangan berparlimen•Demokrasi dan hak asasi manusia"

Sejak kemerdekaan pada tahun 1957, rakyat semua kaum semua lapisan hidup dibawah pemerintahan hegemoni bersifat perkauman Parti Perikatan dan Barisan Nasional (BN) yang didominasi oleh UMNO. Hak asasi dan demokrasi yang sepatutnya dinikmati rakyat kian hari kian pupus akibat pencabulan tiada batasan oleh klik pemerintah. Selepas setengah abad menderita, ribut perubahan kali pertama yang dibawa oleh rakyat pelbagai bangsa seluruh negara akhirnya melanda pada 8hb Mac 2008.

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