EXPRESSING A NATIONAL CONCERN BY EGBERT LAU

Monday, 14 April 2014

Today, in this millennium age, sad to say, the local Sabahans & Sarawakians are equally divided when BN is the main culprit.


It's rather poignant to witness the local Sabahans & Sarawakians being so divided. Almost all the parties set up so far represent different races creating identity or racial difference among us. This is a sign of weakness. History taught us that unity is strength but why are we so segregated when our common enemy is BN, the unlawful colonizer cum oppressor & grand thief?

Just take a look at the Sino-Japan war which started in the 30's. At that time the two main local parties in china, Kuo Ming Tan & the communist were fighting each other to take control of the country and millions were killed. Then Japan invaded China in July 1937. The imperialist emperor's army killed millions as well, vis-a-viz, the rape of nanking itself accounted for 400,000 victims.

However, the two local opposing leaders, Chiang Kai Sek (Kuo Min Tan) & Mao-Tze Tung (the communist party) agreed to unite the people first and fought the Japanese creating a huge den against the invaders.

That was during the second world war in China where people were not that educated and there were no computers, cellphones and what have you. Today, in this millennium age, sad to say, the local Sabahans & Sarawakians are equally divided when BN is the main culprit. We should be ashamed for not being able to unite & address our countries' crucial problems, and kick out the foreign parasites-be it BN, PKR or whatever.

Therefore, i appeal to all of you to work together to form a formidable force to be reckoned with, if patriotism is in your blood. Unity is strength. We can do it if we have that passion for independence. Remember, unless we all join force, BN will always have the last laugh at the end of the day!!!

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