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Fed Govt banishing Sabah bumi races

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) said Malaysia’s identity as truly Asia will be tarnished since the present Government is not recognising the rights of Malaysians born in Sabah from mixed-marriage. Deputy President Datuk Eric Majimbun said the status of those born from native and Chinese parents as sino-dusun, sino-bajau, sino-kadazan and so on had […]

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Sabah not on the right track if sitting on a time bomb!

By Daniel John Former chief Minister and Sabah State Assembly Speaker, Datuk Salleh Said Keruak, had said recently that he believes Sabah and Malaysia are on the right track to achieving state and national targets, and that to him Sabah has already seen tremendous developments “by leaps and bounds since independence,” and that “the federal […]

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Demands for seats increase not as rational as they sound

We have noticed that for a while now there has been a lot of proposal to increase the number of parliamentary and state seats, with most of the opposition as well as the ruling coalition members supporting the move. Only Datuk Lajim Ukin has so far expressed disagreement with his colleagues’ proposal. He said this […]

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Sabah People Must Change Their Mindset and Belief System

Sabah was one of the richest and one of the most developed state in Malaysia during 1970s when Sabah was ruled by local Sabahan party, and compared to the then Malaya, which was still a Backward Kampung ruled by Malayan party during that time. This is a FACT! Sabahan must change their mindset, belief system […]

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A Borneo Tea Party

Deep in Borneo’s interior, Malaysian politician Jeffrey Kitingan is holding a town hall meeting. Technically, it’s not a political meeting. Rather, its dubbed a tea party, which has been called to discuss the issues of the day. Kitingan—a veteran of East Malaysian politics—established the United Borneo Front (UBF) in December, along with prominent local economist […]

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Wikileaks: RCI on Sabah illegals unlikely …

 http://wikisabah.blogspot.com/2011/09/wikileaks-rci-on-sabah-illegals.html WikiLeaks: RCI on Sabah illegals unlikely due to Dr M-era politicians A confidential US embassy cable puts little hope in the possibility of a Royal Commission of Inquiry into Sabah’s illegal immigrant problem, blaming it on the vested interests of “Mahathir-era politicians” in the state. The cable, posted online by Wikileaks, alleged that the […]

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Stop lying about Malaysia’s history

By : UBF MEDIA THE FEDERAL Government should stop lying about the history of Malaysia and restate correctly the facts of history to stop the confusion. Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, the Chairman of the United Borneo Front (UBF) made this call at a Borneo Tea Party organized by Sikinor Gunu at Kg. Malanggang, Kiulu, recently. […]

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Malaysia should be a one country two systems

Prologue Commentary: John makes a very good point in the article below.  It is time for Sabah to say “enough is enough already.”  It is time we stand up and do the right thing for our people.  We cannot continue this appeasement mentality and maintain the status quo.  The future of our people and our […]

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The Road to Economic Growth and Prosperity – Part 3

Pointing out the problems and issues within the current government policies and systems is an effective way to promote improvement and thus progress.  However, although that is a key factor in turning things around it is equally important to discuss innovative ideas that can effectively spur economic growth. Sabah is a vast land rich in […]

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UBF: Roles and presence of fed agencies must be reviewed

Prologue commentary: Malaya from the onset had never honored the agreement set forth during the formation of the Malaysian Federation.  Instead of equal partners, Sabah and Sarawak have been relegated to simply just another state within the sphere of Malaya.  We have become today a colony of Malaya.  Just as we were once a British […]

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