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Friday, December 14, 2012

‘Purge Bumburing from Sabah politics’

Luke Rintod

In the next general election, the minority communities stand poised to rule Malaysia with the moderates of the Islamic faith, says Sabah STAR.


KOTA KINABALU: In one of its more tersely-worded statements yet, State Reform Party (STAR) accused fellow opposition Wilfred Mojilip Bumburing of being a traitor to Sabah’s cause, having defected from Barisan Nasional only to sleep with another peninsular party, Pakatan Rakyat.

STAR’s Sabah chapter deputy chairman, Daniel John Jambun, said Bumburing’s comment in the local media on Tuesday that the Orang Asal, especially the Kadazandusun and Murut, should not pin their hopes on STAR is patently mischievous, misconceived and misleading.



“It should be condemned in no uncertain terms by all right-thinking Sabahans, deplored and exposed as ‘the mother of all lies’ by a political has-been who shamelessly continues to be a stooge of the local proxies of the peninsular masters,” said Jambun who also leads a UK-based Borneo’s Plight in Malaysia Foundation (BoPiMaFo).

On Tuesday, Bumburing painted a picture that there is no future for the natives in STAR but in PKR-led Pakatan Rakyat. He suggested that his newly-minted NGO, Angkatan Perubahan Sabah (APS), is the right one for new hopes for the Sabah natives especially the Kadazandusuns.

But hawkish Jambun in his statement today reminded Bumburing that STAR is all about the dignity of the people of Sabah and Sarawak, and that man does not live by bread alone.

“Bumburing, being a long-serving Upko deputy president before defecting to Pakatan, was a stooge of Umno in Upko. Now he appears wanting to continue to be a stooge but this time in Pakatan via his so-called Angkatan Perubahan Sabah (APS).

“The people here look at these Sabah and Sarawak proxies and stooges of peninsula-based parties, especially those operating in Borneo, as traitors who must be driven out from our politics…” Jambun claimed.

He also stressed that by driving out such traitors it would be like cleansing Sabah natives’ spirits of the politics of self-serving leeches, parasites and bloodsuckers which has plagued them since they lost their self-determination on July 22 (Sarawak) and Aug 31 (Sabah) in 1963.

“The issue before us is clear. We must oppose the Malayan Agenda, which is very obvious to our eyes now, which is all about internal colonisation.

“Opposing internal colonisation is the thrust of our Borneo Agenda struggle which is in line with what the Borneon natives want. This we will put it to the voters at the coming election.

“We shall walk that path from generation to generation for an eternity, if necessary, until we are finally free again and the Malayan colonialists have left our nations in Borneo,” said Jambun.

Divided Malays

Jambun also said the more Bumburing and his APS speak bad about a resurgent STAR, the more they appear like a puppet of the Malayan Agenda.

“We hope it shall be revealed to Bumburing and his small group of armies soon that they are no better than a puppet.

“They must be treated with the utmost contempt, rooted out from our body politics and destroyed if self-dignity and Borneo empowerment are to be realised at the coming general election.

“This is the only way that we will be able to stand on our two feet again and regain our rightful place as nations in Malaysia – Sabah and Sarawak – if not as free, independent and sovereign countries in the community of nations recognised by the United Nations,” Jambun added.

He also said that Sabah has a historical window of opportunity before her to strike a blow for Sabah and Sarawak.
“The 12th general election in 2008 divided the politics of Peninsular Malaysia, in particular the Malay-speaking communities – Bugis, Javanese, Minang, Achehnese and Indian Muslims – or the 55% majority, forever.

“The 45% minority communities, divided by ethnicity, language, religion, geography and economics, stand poised to rule Malaysia with moderate elements from the Islamic faith.

“Sabah and Sarawak will be the beneficiaries of the emerging new politics in Malaysia on both sides of the South China Sea,” he said.

He said compounding the complexity of the new politics will be the emergence of a third force led by STAR in a hung Parliament, which will emerge from the 13th general election.

“This third force will come from both Malaya and Borneo since not everyone will be committed to the Barisan Nasional and Pakatan.

“All these developments are beyond comprehension of people like Bumburing and other local political parties which are being held to ransom by the peninsular parties for the proverbial 30 pieces of silver.

“The Orang Asal in particular have a real opportunity at last to neutralise the illegal immigrants on the electoral rolls and end their marginalisation and disenfranchisement engineered by BN and likely to be continued by Pakatan in the absence of a third force,” Jambun added.

70 comments:

  1. By further giving support and join the parties from Malaya, Bumburing is only repeating the history of Malayan's colonization of Sabah. Forming his own front (APS)will not serve the interests and rights of all Sabahans but more of his personnel agenda. It is no surprise that he will continue to attack the local opposite parties for reasons best known to himself.
    All supports must be given to local opposite parties which have no tie to umno/bn. We can not depend on parties from Malaya to fight for our rights. History has clearly shown that.

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  2. Ketua, Angkatan Pengkhianat Sabah

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  3. Kasian penduduk Sabah yang tulin,sangat manyak udas bn pengkhianat. Beliau kami nasihat kami kalau pbs (upko, pbrs pemimpin)tidak bohong mereka pada tahun 1984/1985,basar kemungkinan sabah tidak penuh dgn pati.Umburing pun satu macam,maseh percaya pemimpin malaya.Kasian lah kami & sertai lah Party Sabah.Duduk lah dalam Gereja mu dan minta penerangan dari Tuhan yang kau percaya,dengan hal ini.

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  4. All you local parties makes me SICK. Like i want to puke.... Ptui ! You keep saying TUKAR.... INI KALI LAH..... and pump up the people to support your cause... BUT... you are condemning each other of all these accusations... CLEARLY YOU CANNOT REPRESENT THE PEOPLE..... NOW ITS THE CASE OF TWO EVIL BUT CHOOSE THE ONE THAT CAN WORK WITH EACHOTHER.... BN WINS...

    The bickering of these local parties shows immatureness and clearly its for self interest... Everyone wants to be the NEXT CM... and whoever becomes one is no saint at all.

    We have to admit, no local opposition leaders has the charisma or respect of all to be their leader... PERIOD...

    Condemn my statement if i'm wrong...

    As someone who wants changes, i cannot make up my mind of who to throw my votes at...

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    1. I share the same sentiments

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    2. Felix Sitaun, Penolong Penyelaras UBF INANAMDecember 17, 2012 at 4:55 PM

      Agenda Borneo vs Agenda Malaya,.......umno/malaya had,for the last 50 yrs, treated sabah and sarawak as the 12th and 13th states, having same status and rights as the rest of the state under malaya,....umno/malaya ,through manipulation, had taken ownership and absolute control of sabah's and sarawak's oil,gas and the power over tariff and finance.....robbed of as autonomous states within the federation of malaysia,.. WHICH IS CONTRADICTING AND AGAINST the context of MALAYSIA as stated in the 20 point and malaysian agreement 1963:::: THIS IS WHAT WE TERM AS MALAYAN AGENDA:::.... AND,UNFORTUNATELY, PAKATAN RAKYAT IS CLEARLY PERPETUATING THIS AGENDA ! ! !...... WHILE STAR IS PROPOGATING AND ENDURING TO FIGHT TO REVERSE AND RESTORE THE RIGHTS AND STSTUS OF SABAH AND SARAWAK AS PER 20 POINT AND MALAYSIAN AGREEMENT 1963... AND THIS IS WHAT WE TERM AS THE:::: BORNEO AGENDA::::......SO THE BASIS FOR GENUINE SABAHANS AND SARAWAKIANS IN THIS COMING ELECTION IS WHETHER TO CONTINUE THE MALAYAN AGENDA OR TO VOTE FOR THE RESTORATION OF OUR RIGHTS ,...THATS TO VOTE FOR THE BORNEO AGENDA ....

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  5. Kau keluar sbb tidak akan di pilih sebagai calon by BN... same goes with Lajim.... so, bark here and there and become oppositions. This is clearly a case where you cannot accept someone else will have the opportunity to be YBs... HEY !! BOTH OF YOU DONGKEYS !!! Why only now wants to jump ship ?... You have been there for how many terms ??? No complaints???? Both of you and the cause you're trying to fight for is good BUT... NOT BY BOTH OF YOU.... Hipockrites...

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  6. Bagus jugalah kalau Bumburing berhenti dalam politik ini. Memalukan diri saja berjuang tanpa ada hala tuju yang tetap.

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    1. Biarlah Bumbering sendiri menentukan sama ada berhenti atau tidak.

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    2. selama Bumburing dalam politik, apa sumbangan dia?

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  7. Tidak perlulah cuba memeningkan rakyat dengan pelbagai alasana.

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  8. Terbukti yang mana Bumburing sama saja seperti Lajim yang keluar disebabkan atas gilakan kuasa pemerintahan.

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    1. Masing-masing ada agenda peribadi untuk dicapai.

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    2. Semoga rakyat yang dimanfaatkan atas perjuangan semua pemimpin di Sabah.

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    3. Lompat Parti untuk kepentingan sendiri, ada agenda sendiri.

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  9. Lajim telah banyak menyusahkan penduduk Sabah. Nasib juga dia bertindak keluar parti sekurangnya tidak ada lagi parasit seperti Lajim dan bumburing ini di dalam parti.

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  10. Kerana jika mereka ini terus bersama BN pasti akan timbul masalah besar dalam parti.

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    1. Ini cuma andaian. mereka berdua sudah lama berbakti di Bn, harus juga menghargai jasa mereka kepada parti dan rakyat.

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    2. Selepas keluar parti, banyak komponen BN tidak senang hati dengan mereka ini.

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    3. Alasan lompat parti, tidak percaya dengan BN lagi, sekarang karier polotik mereka tidak tahu ke arah mana.

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  11. Selepas 18 tahun, baru Datuk Lajim Haji Ukin dan Datuk Welfred Mojilip Bumburing tersedar mahu berjuang?

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    1. Exactly like what i've said.... Only when tidak laku, baru menyalak macam anjing.....

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  12. Lajim mengumumkan penubuhan Pakatan Perubahan Sabah (PPS) sementara Bumburing pula mengumuman penubuhan Angkatan Perubahan Sabah (APS).

    LUCU... bunyinya kedua-dua kenderaan baru itu.. yang satu berpakat yang satu pula mengangkat. Agak-agaknya apa yang dipakat-pakat itu? atau apa yang diangkat-angkat itu?

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    1. Masing-masing mau ada pertubuhan sendiri ba dorang ni. kenapa tidak join saja parti sedia ada??

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  13. Seharusnya Lajim secara peribadi perlu berubah dengan tindakannya. Rakyat tahu siapa Lajim. Lajim bukan mempunyai semangat untuk berjuang membela rakyat, beliau hanya mahu mengisi temboloknya.

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    1. Lajim rasa dia dapat nasib yang baik sepanjang masa.

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    2. Lajim dan Bumbering sudah tidak sehaluan dengan BN, itulah mereka berdua keluar parti. Semoga perjuangan mereka masih memihak kepada rakyat.

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    3. Lajim harus jelas dengan perjuangan beliau agar tidak mengecewakan golongan yang masih memberi sokongan kepadanya.

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  14. Demikian juga Bumburing, apa yang diperjuangkannya? lihat Tamparuli yang diwakilinya sejak tahun 1985, kecuali selepas dia keluar daripada PBS, bertanding atas tikit PBS (kini UPKO) dan kalah. Kalau lah beliau mempunyai penyokong di Tamparuli, pasti beliau tidak akan kalah.

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    1. PRU kali ni perjuangannya melalui medium yang lain. kita lihat samada penyokongnya sangat ramai atau sebaliknya.

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  15. Tahun 2008, Bumburing memohon peluang untuk sepenggal, atas sebab itu penyandang sebelumnya Madius Tangau, memberi laluan. Dengan menggunakan tikit BN, barulah beliau mengecap semula gelaran wakil rakyat.

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  16. Bumburing sebenarnya tiada pilihan, kerana beliau tidak akan dicalonkan lagi pada PRU-13 jika beliau masih dalam BN, kerana sesuai dengan perjanjiannya dengan Madius Tangau, hanya sepenggal, ertinya pada PRU-13 nanti- Madius Tangaulah calon BN bagi Tuaran.

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  17. Demikian juga Lajim, beliau tahu bahawa beliau bukan lagi calon untuk Beaufort atau Klias, jika beliau masih bersama BN, kerana laporan akar umbi, beliau bukan lagi seorang yang winnable candidate. Atas sebab itu, beliau tiada pilihan, terpaksa keluar BN dan mengkambingkan Datuk Musa Aman, sebagai alasannya untuk keluar BN.

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  18. Kini Lajim berpakat dengan Pakatan Rakyat kononnya untuk mengubah Sabah. Sebenarnya, kerjasama antara PPS Lajim dan Pakatan Rakyat, tidak mengubah status quo sokongan rakyat terhadap BN, malah ianya semakin kuat, kerana mereka tahu, selama ini mereka hanya dipergunakan oleh beliau untuk kepentingan dirinya.

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  19. faktor Bumburing tidak akan mengubah sokongan KDM terhadap BN, kerana sehebat manapun Bumburing, tidak akan mampu melawan krisma yang ada pada Huguan Siou Tan Sri Pairin Kitingan.

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  20. Pendek kata, dengan keluarnya Lajim dan Bumburing daripada keluarga BN, sekurangnya bisul sudah pecah, dan mudahlah nanah untuk dikeluarkan, dan pada gilirannya, cepat sembuhlah bisul itu.

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  21. Datuk Wilfred Bumburing apabila pelancaran Angkatan Perubahan Sabah (APS) di PAPAR pada 06 Oktober 2012 yang lepas di kg. Limputung, Papar hambar dan tidak mendapat sambutan dari masyarakat setempat.

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    1. Walaupun 'promosi' telah dibuat awal berkaitan dengan perjumpaan tersebut tetapi masyarakat di sekitar Papar tidak mengendahkannya kerana masyarakat tidak menerima kehadiran Wilfred Bumburing dan APS di Papar.

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  22. Pihak penganjur perhimpunan tersebut mengatakan bahawa kehadiran masyarakat dalam perhimpunan tersebut adalah seramai 300 orang tetapi sebenarnya tidak sampai 300 orang.

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    1. Kehadiran hanyalah sekitar 120 orang sahaja. Ini membuktikan bahawa perhimpunan tersebut tidak mendapat sokongan daripada masyarakat sekitar di Papar.

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    2. Perhimpunan sebegini tidak dapat membuktikan apa-apa pun sebenarnya.

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    3. Adakah perhimpunan ini membuktikan apa-apa khas sokongan dari golongan awam.

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  23. Hasil daripada pemerhatian dan sumber-sumber yang ada, kehadiran dalam perhimpunan APS tersebut "diramaikan" oleh penganjur yang datang dari luar Papar. Kehadiran rombongan mereka iaitu dari Tuaran dan Kota Kinabalu menampakkan bahawa itu adalah cara mereka untuk menunjukkan bahawa kehadiran masyarakat adalah ramai dalam majlis tersebut TETAPI rupa-rupanya ada udang di sebalik mee.

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  24. Hasil daripada tinjauan yang dibuat juga, masyarakat kampung dan kawasan sekitar terkejut dengan kehadiran penganjur di kawasan berkenaan. Mereka menganggap bahawa ia adalah satu mainan politik yang cuba untuk memecah-belahkan perpaduan masyarakat di kawasan berkenaan.

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  25. Respon daripada penduduk setempat mengatakan bahawa mereka yang hadir ke majlis tersebut hanya untuk mendengar sahaja apa yang "di bawa" oleh Wilfred Bumburing ke kampung mereka.

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    1. Apa yang rakyat perlukan adalah pemimpin yang benar boleh memperjuangkan nasib dan mempertahankan hak milik.

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  26. Kehadiran Wilfred Bumburing dalam majlis tersebut nampak sangat untuk memecah-belahkan sokongan dan perpaduan kaum di antara KDM serta suku kaum yang lain di Papar. Beliau telah menekankan peranan kesatuan KDM dalam menumbangkan Barisan Nasional di PRU13 nanti. Persatuan KDM digunakan untuk menumbangkan kerajaan BN??? Aiyaaa taiko....apa macam itu??? Jangan gunakan persatuan la untuk tujuan politik.

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  27. Kedatangan pemimpin pembangkang lain dalam majlis tersebut seperti Thamrin Hj. Jaini selaku Pengerusi PKR negeri, Datuk Kalakau Untol selaku Majlis Ahli Tertinggi PKR Pusat, Datuk Karim Ghani selaku Pengarah Strategik PKR Negeri, Datuk Hj. Yahya Lampong, Datuk Monggoh Orow dan Pengarah APS Datuk Herman Tiongsoh belum meyakinkan lagi masyarakat di Papar tentang perjuangan parti pembangkang. Bagi mereka, parti pembangkang hanya menabur janji-janji kosong sahaja tetapidan tidak boleh dipercayai.

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  28. Perjuangan APS atau PPS dan perjuangan parti pembangkang yang lain di Sabah ini lebih kepada untuk memenuhi agenda politik peribadi masing-masing. Pengundi yang bijak harus menilai tindakan mereka.

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  29. Apa yang paling ketara sekali ialah parti pembangkang di Sabah ini nampak sangat berpecah-belah dan menjalankan aktiviti masing-masing untuk tujuan merebut monopili kuasa.

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    1. Pembangkang hrus mencari formula untuk bekerjasama.

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  30. Bah... kalau la pembangkang menang di Sabah, siapa CM? Jeffry, Yong Teck Lee. Lajim, Wilfred.... siapa lagi ??? ... Bertumbuk la kamu sebab semua ni pun temaha and ada cita2 jadi CM... nanti sampai pru 14 , belum lagi kamu settle... kalau macam tu, Lim Guan Eng la kita pinjam.... hahahahah... memang susah kalau ni geng kucing kurap menang... cara terbaik settle ni ?... Kita tolak semua ni monyet....

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  31. APS + PPS = Angkatan Pakatan Syaitan = Agen Malaya Menjajah Sabah

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  32. Memang pun LU dan WB masing-masing jaga periuk nasi sendiri.
    Kalau betul2 berjuang bukan untuk kepentingan peribadi, kalau betut2 ada balabak, LU dan WB kamurang jangan tanding, sokonglah pejuang-pejuang hak dan autonomi Sabah.
    Beranikah kamurang?

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  33. PR & Borneo Front are needed now. Umno -BN and its cronies have taken hundreds of billions in contracts, emptied the national coffer with hundreds of financial scandals. Can you afford another 55 yrs with the Umno-BN? PM & MACC pretend all the massive multi-billion corruption are non-existent. It is obvious, BN’s interest is not in the people’s welfare, only in clinging to power. They support deception, cheating & multi-billion thefts on a grand scale. They tortured & murdered Teoh B.H on his wedding day over suspected corruption of petty few thousand $, while few hundred millions of Scorpene Submarine bribes, & Mongolian's blasted murder went unheeded. So is the RM45billion (45,000million) wealth of Sarawak CM, in power for 31 years! Shahrizat's RM250m....All are tips of icebergs.Where is their integrity, sense of shame? These are beasts of the lowest form. Kicking them out in GE13 and putting them in jail is not enough. The punishment must befit the crime. 100 million strokes of the rattan.

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  34. Sabah is Malaysia's biggest tragedy, A resource-rich state has grown into the poorest. It has the biggest UMNO membership in the Country after Aliens-turned-residents almost approached 1 million. Alien-voting & election rigging. Almost 1 million IC given to foreigners to vote against genuine citizens of Sabah. Crime and treason by Mahathir? All these to support the corruption, plunder, thefts & crimes of BN? An economist at Morgan Stanley stated that M’sia might have lost as much as US$100 bill since the early 80s to corruption (=RM300 billion = RM300,000 million)
    http://www.transparency.org/country#NZL I watch & speak from NZ - rated the World’s top for democracy & non-corruption.

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  35. Borneo Front please unit with PR to kick out BN. Sabah is Malaysia's biggest tragedy, A resource-rich state has grown into the poorest. It has the biggest UMNO membership in the Country after Aliens-turned-residents almost approached 1 million. Alien-voting & election rigging. Almost 1 million IC given to foreigners to vote against genuine citizens of Sabah. Crime and treason by Mahathir? All these to support the corruption, plunder, thefts & crimes of BN? An economist at Morgan Stanley stated that M’sia might have lost as much as US$100 bill since the early 80s to corruption (=RM300 billion = RM300,000 million)
    http://www.transparency.org/country#NZL I watch & speak from NZ - rated the World’s top for democracy & non-corruption.

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  36. No one can deny that the Barisan Nasional (BN) spirit of "Promises Fulfilled" has brought about changes and progress in Sabah, said Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman, Sunday.

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    1. The Government, he said, has provided many facilities and basic infrastructure such as electricity, water, bridges, balairayas and People's Housing Project (PPR) to the people, including in the islands.

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    2. Batu Sapi also underwent a lot of changes under the BN, he said, at the Masjid Lupak Meluas groundbreaking ceremony officiated by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

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    3. On Najib's visit to Sandakan, Musa said when the former became the PM, he promised to go down to ground to feel the pulse of the people.

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    4. "It came true and it was proven again when he fought for the various important agenda for the wellbeing of the people including in this State," he said.

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    5. He said it was unlike an opposition leader who has been coming to Sabah lately just before the election and promised many things but would never be able to fulfil them.

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    6. "Their reason for politicking is not to serve the people but to achieve their personal agenda apart from disuniting the people," he said.

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    7. Recalling the recent Umno General Assembly in Kuala Lumpur, he quoted a Sabah spokesman, Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan, that there is a huge difference between BN and the opposition leaders.

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    8. He said Najib lifted Malaysia in the eyes of the world and is a well-respected personality at the international level. "But the opposition leader is more fond of embarrassing the country," he said.

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    9. During Umno General Assembly also, Musa said, many Umno leaders from states under the opposition said they face a lot of problems such as water, housing and lack of development.

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    10. The Barisan Nasional Government, therefore, he said, is the best government for the people because it has a very organised planning and work frame.

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    11. "We have the huge allocation, we have very committed officers and the public sector and we also have a very progressive private sector," he said.

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    12. To this end, he urged the people to continue supporting the Government.

      he 13th General Election is not just about winning but about Malaysia's future destiny.

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