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Be Serious in Solving Problems - Stop Cheating the People

I wish to respond to the press report made by Datuk Salleh Said Keruak, (Speaker of the State Legislative Assembly) captioned “Call to act on secession talk”
·         Leaders should listen more and understand the voices of dissension and unhappiness ( and not jump to conclusions)

·         I am surprised that Salleh as a Sabahan leader do not care about the concerns of Sabahans and the injustices suffered by Sabahans as a result of the way Malaysia has turned out to be:-
v  Downgraded to 12th State and taken over by Malaya
v  Our resources, our revenues taken over by Kuala Lumpur/Putrajaya in the name of “Federalism”

1962 Brunei rebellion, a British instigation

KUCHING: The United Nations office in Kuala Lumpur struck a cautionary note when activists from Sarawak handed it a Peoples’ Petition which was signed in Miri on Aug 9 by activists in Borneo.
This was disclosed by Lina Soo, the President of Sarawak Association of People’s Aspiration (SAPA), in a statement issued in Kuching after her return.

Monitor those who call to secede

salleh keruak
KOTA KINABALUSabah State Assembly Speaker Datuk Seri Salleh Tun Said yesterday called on the relevant authorities to monitor the activity of certain individuals and groups who are using social media platforms to incite people to separate Sabah from Malaysia.

Salleh, who is also Usukan assemblyman, said such an extreme ideology spread by those quarters via Facebook and Twitter should be monitored and controlled as it was dangerous and could shake the country’s stability and safety.

Why cant we do the same?

The two pictures brought a powerful message to humankind. Yet at the same time they serve to remind us that Malaysia is a very different country, ever diminishing in tolerance to other religions other than Islam. - Editor 

Tun M: Dasar Najib rosakkan hubungan antara kaum

PETALING JAYA: Mantan Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad menegaskan bahawa tegurannya terhadap Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak kerana beliau sangat sayang terhadap bangsa dan negara.
Tun Mahathir juga menceritakan yang beliau pernah dipecat oleh Tunku Abdul Rahman dan dipulau oleh Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi serta difitnah oleh orang ramai kerana tiada siapa yang sanggup menegur pemimpin kerajaan.

Malaysian court sends blogger to 6 months jail for criticising king

KUALA LUMPUR: An online technology news portal reporter was fined RM10,000 for posting two Twitter comments insulting the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.

Effi Nazrel Saharudin, 35, was ordered by Sessions Court judge Zulqarnain Hassan yesterday to serve six months’ jail if he failed to settle the fine.

He paid the fine after the proceedings with his father’s assistance.

Arab neighbors joined ISIS slaughter, escaped Yazidi says

Iraqi refugees fleeing ISISFaysh Khabur, Iraq (CNN) -- In an exodus of almost biblical proportions, thousands trudge across a river to escape killers belonging to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, or ISIS.
Entire families carry nothing but the clothes on their backs. Some are barefoot.
Jamal Jamir, a 23-year-old university student from Sinjar, told CNN his family fled to the barren and windswept Mount Sinjar more than a week ago after ISIS captured their town. The group, which calls itself the Islamic State, has been on a rampage, killing members of various minorities, including Yazidis.

Sabah, Sarawak activists petition the UN

MIRI: Sabah, Sarawak activists, NGOs and politicians, have drawn up a Petition, addressed to the UN Secretary-General, on re-visiting the self-determination issue for Sabah and Sarawak.
The Petition is being copied to the UN Special Committee of 24 (C-24), or Decolonization Committee, and the UN Human Rights Committee.

Pope says the violence in Iraq offends God and humanity

ROME (Reuters) - Pope Francis said that violence and destruction in Iraq offends God and humanity and he held a silent prayer for victims of the conflict during his weekly address in Rome on Sunday.

"We are left incredulous and dismayed by the news coming from Iraq," the Argentine-born pontiff said, two days after the United States began air strikes to tackle an insurgency that threatens to tear the country apart.

"Thousands of people, among them many Christians, banished brutally from their houses, children dying of hunger and thirst as they flee, women kidnapped, people massacred, violence of all kinds, destruction everywhere ... All of this deeply offends God and deeply offends humanity."

Will anyone stop ISIS?

Yazidi lawmaker: We're being slaughtered

Activist: Must act before 40,000 killed

Iraqis shelter in unfinished buildings

(CNN) -- If you're following the news about ISIS, which now calls itself the Islamic State, you might think you've mistakenly clicked on a historical story about barbarians from millennia ago.

In a matter of months, the group seized territory in both Iraq and Syria and declared an Islamic caliphate, celebrating its own shocking slaughter along the way.


KUCHING: A straw poll of 100 individuals revealed that 72% of Sarawak folk felt that leaving the federation was the best option, with only 14% in Sabah agreeing.

The straw poll also revealed that 43% of them believed that the best way for Sabah and Sarawak to solve their problems was to leave Malaysia and go at it alone.

Secession is considered treason under Malaysian law.
The poll indicated that deep feelings of mistrust and disenchantment still exist between the peninsula Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak half a century after the federation was formed on September 16, 1963.

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