Press statement by Daniel John Jambun: "We are only interested in our struggle and our rights"

Thursday, 28 November 2013

The claim by Ibrahim Ali of perkasa that appears in the Daily Express on Friday, 22nd November, of having seizeable number of christian members in sabah is nothing more than an after thought and a figment of his own imagination. If they ever exist, these so- called christian members need to have their head examined for simple reason Perkasa has been known to be very vocal and extreme in it roles in suppressing the non-muslim especially the christian on religious matters. One outrageous example is the arrogant threat to burn the Bible.

Further to their claim that perkasa fight for the rights of bumiputra is another sheer nonsense. For the records, there is no such thing as Bumiputera in the Constitution or law, only the Orang Asal in Malaya (Orang Asli), Sabah (Dusunic and Murutic Groupings) and Sarawak (Dayak including the Sarawak Malay who are Dayak converts to Islam).

It was the first Malaysian prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman who created the political term Bumiputera to include the Malay in the same category as the Orang Asal by the backdoor and thereby facilitate the ruling elite running up the National Debt Burden to plunder the National Treasury to feather their own nests (to live it up and/or accumulate capital) under the guise of Bumiputeraism and bringing so-called development to the people.

Perkasa is only after illegal immigrants as members in Sabah to bolster their fight in Malaya against Indians and Chinese.

Sabah, Sarawak are not interested in fighting Indians, Chinese.

We are only interested in our struggle and our rights: 31 Aug, 1963; 22 July, 1963, the fact that there was No Referendum, 20/18 Points, Malaysia Agreement, Non-Compliance, ketuanan Melayu, oil and gas, poverty, the security situation in Sabah, creeping Islamisation, and the declassified colonial documents.

We want the Manila Gov't to drop its Sabah claim, which is a non-issue.

The plight of Sabah and Sarawak should capture the attention of the international media, the international community, and the UN to find resolution. Malaysia is a secular state under Articles 3(1), 3(4), 4, 11 and 12 of the Federal Constitution.

"They that sow the wind, shall reap the whirlwind" jangan pandai pandai!

Frank Swettenham was right: "The Malay -- he was referring to the Bugis, Javanese, Minang, Aceh and other Muslims in Malaya who used Malay to communicate with each other -- is an arrogant creature. He will not hesitate to harm you even if he suffers more harm as a result. We need to protect the Malay from himself (meaning from his stupidity)."

Borneo Insider


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