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The dilution of Christians in Sabah

By Raja Petra Kamarudin
LONDON: Many probably did not take too much interest in the story about seven Immigration Department officers being detained under the Internal Security Act (ISA).

You can read The Star and Bernama news items below.

Many also probably did not realise that this is the second time that Immigration Department officers, plus National Registration Department officers (the state director included), are being detained under the ISA.

The first round of detentions was some years ago, soon after PBS was ousted from Sabah and Barisan Nasional took over the state. Now we are seeing a second round of detentions.

SAPP, in fact, raised this matter back in 2008 in an article called Sabah population increases by 285%, whilst Malaysia's population increases by only 113% - something is very wrong…

This was what they said about the matter:
The discrepancies in the population increase between 1970 to 2000 in Sabah, Sarawak and Malaysia: 10,439,430 to 22,202,614 or up by 113 percent in Malaysia; 976,269 to 2,012,616 or up by 106 percent in Sarawak; and 636,431 to 2,449,389 or up by 285 percent in Sabah.

Read more here:

Other articles on the same issue can be read here:
600,000 MyKad di bawah ‘Projek M’ di Sabah
Project IC 

Now, why was the first group of Immigration Department and National Registration Department officers detained under ISA some years ago?

According to what they personally told me when I met them three or four years ago -- after they were released from detention -- they were not running a rogue operation. It was a ‘legitimate’ exercise.

The only thing is the ‘operations centre’ was not in the National Registration Department office but in an ‘underground’ office in Kampong Pandan in Kuala Lumpur.

If this was not a rogue operation, and if it was legal, why the need to operate outside a government office and instead operate from an underground office in Kampong Pandan? The reason, according to these officers, was so that no one would know about it.

The target was to ‘import’ Filipino Muslims into Sabah and issue them with Malaysian identity cards. Some say as many as 600,000 were brought in. Others say it was one million. And some estimates put it at 1.5 million.

Nevertheless, whether it was 600,000 or 1 million or 1.5 million, the numbers are very large indeed.
Now, what I want to talk about is not the numbers.

What I want to talk about is that if these officers from the Immigration Department and National Registration Department were actually running a rogue operation and if they had committed a crime (and since they were detained under the ISA then surely it is because there is evidence they have committed a crime or else how can the government detain them?) why not just charge them in court?

The reason they can’t be charged in court is because the government does not want anything being revealed during a trial. Under ISA detention there is no trial so nothing comes out. In a trial everything will be revealed.

The government needs to avoid a trial because in a trial it would be revealed that these officers were merely doing what they had been ordered to do -- that is, issue identity cards to immigrants. So they need to instead be detained under ISA to hide the truth.

A lot has been written and said about this issue, which is now infamously known as ‘PROJEK M’. It was a project to dilute the Christian population of Sabah by flooding Sabah with Muslim immigrants who would be issued with Malaysian identity cards.

And once they are the owners of Malaysian identity cards they can vote in the elections. And once there are more Muslim voters than Christian voters, the PBS ‘Christian’ government can be brought down. And this did happen, as we all now know.

The sad thing is PBS went and joined Barisan Nasional after they were kicked out of the state. These guys must have their brains up their arseholes. Did I not say that all politicians are slime-balls and scumbags?

The ISA is not actually used to prevent crime, as what the government says. It is used to hide secrets of government wrongdoing. And in the matter of the government issuing identity cards to Muslim immigrants so that the non-Muslim voter population can be diluted, this is definitely something that the government would like to hide.

I think I will go join the anti-ISA demonstration in London on Saturday, 30 October 2010. The ISA is not only being abused. It is being used to reduce the non-Muslim population so that Umno can practically rule forever.

And now the influx of immigrants into Sabah has created a huge social problem. The crime rate and drug problem are extremely high in Sabah. So are the homeless and abandoned children on the streets. Sabah, which was once a paradise, has been turned into a living hell.

And all because Umno wants to make sure that there are more Muslim voters than non-Muslim voters.
What the fuck is the ‘Christian’ PBS doing in Barisan Nasional?

Their leaders should all be lined up against the wall and shot. And the belacan-brain Malay officers who collaborate with Umno in issuing these identity cards end up under detention without trial instead of getting awards and titles.
Sama-sama bodoh macam orang PBS.
7 immigration officers detained under ISA
(The Star) - Seven Immi­gration Department officers and two foreigners have been detained under the Internal Security Act (ISA) for alleged involvement in human trafficking.
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar said all nine were arrested at different locations between Sunday and Tuesday.
However, Ismail refused to reveal more information on the detention and identity of the suspects.
“The arrests will enable us to investigate the syndicate’s activities,” he told reporters yesterday.
Ismail said if no stern action had been taken, the situation could have posed a threat to national and regional security. “Irresponsible parties might take the opportunity to get involved in criminal activities such as terrorism, firearms and drugs smuggling.”
Ismail said police were also making efforts to ensure Malaysia was not used as a transit point by foreigners for their criminal activities.
On Oct 4, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) arrested five Immigration De­­partment officers for allegedly allowing foreigners without proper travel documents into the country.
They were arrested at Pulau Ketam Jetty and in various places in Klang.
Two other officers were also arrested in Port Dickson for allegedly receiving bribes and permitting the unlawful entry of foreigners.
The authorities also arrested several runners for syndicates linked to the officers. The MACC also found almost RM100,000 on the officers and the runners.
Pegawai Imigresen sekongkol sindiket berbahaya
(Bernama) - Tujuh pegawai imigresen termasuk seorang berpangkat Timbalan Penolong Pengarah yang ditahan mengikut Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri (ISA) kerana bersekongkol dengan ketua-ketua sindiket yang sangat berbahaya serta boleh memudaratkan keselamatan negara, kata Menteri Keselamatan Dalam Negeri, Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein.
Beliau berkata, penglibatan mereka bukan hanya melibakatkan penyeludupan manusia melalui pintu masuk utama tetapi juga terdedah kepada pelbagai jenayah serius lain seperti aktiviti pengganas, penyeludupan senjata api, dadah dan penyuluhan (pengintipan).
"Mereka telah dipantau lama oleh polis, dan penglibatan mereka dengan ketua-ketua sindiket ini sangat berbahaya dan serius.
"Saya memandang berat kes-kes penyeludupan ini kerana melibatkan soal keselamatan di pintu masuk negara sekali gus menjejaskan nama baik negara dan turut menimbulkan ancaman kepada keselamatan di rantau ini," katanya di sini hari ini.
Beliau berkata demikian ketika diminta mengulas penahanan tujuh pegawai imigresen itu dan dua warga asing mengikut ISA dalam operasi besar-besaran selama tiga hari bermula Ahad lepas.

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