Memiliki senjata secara bebas umpama satu budaya di sana. Boleh baca:. Siapa Sultan Sulu? Kerajaan Filipina telah berhenti mengiktiraf mana-mana individu sebagai Sultan Sulu.
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Waris Kesultanan Sulu tidak memiliki apa-apa authority walaupun di wilayah Filipina — jadi mengapa pula mahu tuntut authority di wilayah milik negara lain? Jamalul Kiram III hanya mengaku sebagai sultan, tetapi beliau bukan sultan. Sebarang rundingan yg dibuat oleh kerajaan saya lihat hanyalah atas dasar perikemanusiaan, bukan antara kerajaan dgn kerajaan.
Isu pencerobohan sempadan maritim berlaku di mana-mana di dunia. Amerika Syarikat tidak mampu menghalang beratus ribu orang Cuba menceroboh Miami, walaupun memiliki kelengkapan paling canggih dalam dunia. Filipina pun tidak mampu menghalang militan bersenjata merentas sempadannya. Tiada sumber dari organisasi rasmi seperti tentera dan sebagainya dipetik seperti laporan Reuters. Alhamdullilah ada info yang amat jelas yang dapat diyakini kesahihannya berikutan ianya disokong dengan beberapa bukti-bukti melalui dokumen-dokumen serta fakta-fakta logikal yang Tuan paparkan. Sekurang-kurangnya dapat membuka minda rakyat seperti saya dalam mempertimbangkan yang mana yang benar dan yang mana khilaf dalam memahami apa yang sebenar-benarnya sedang berlaku.
Terima kasih Tuan di atas info yang saya yakini amat berguna pada seluruh rakyat Malaysia. Moga ianya dapat memberi pemahaman yang lebih jelas kepada semua khasnya kepada rakyat Malaysia yang cinta tanahair tercinta ini. Kepada yang terkorban dalam memperjuangkan tanahair ini saya doakan agar mereka diletakkan di dalam golongan para syuhadah serta syahid, Al-Fatihah, AMIN!
Pengerusi Palestine National Authority badan yg diiktiraf antarabangsa sebagai pentadbir Palestin , Mahmoud Abbas, menyatakan bahawa penolakan ini ialah satu kesilapan. Kita semua tahu bahawa akibat daripada penolakan ini ialah perang. Bila perang, orang Arab dah nak menang.
Tapi akhirnya kalah juga. Boleh rujuk buku sejarah. Dulu kalah dengan British. Sekarang kalah lagi — kepada Yahudi pula. Sekarang bila PBB bagi pelan, orang Arab tolak. Bila perang, orang Arab kalah, macamana? Apa hak yang dimiliki oleh satu pihak — yang telah kalah perang? Yang dikendong tak dapat, yang dikejar berciciran orang kita kata.
Kesultanan Sulu juga kalah perang dengan Sepanyol. Saya melihat kalau pelan ini diterima dahulu, sekarang ini akan ada 2 negara: Israel dan Palestin, sepertimana India dan Pakistan. Malaysia pun ada populasi pendatang yang ramai juga. Malaysia tak pula berperang. Walhal Malaysia pun majoriti Islam juga. Saya berpendapat benda ini sudah lama selesai kalau tidak sebab sifat org Arab suka bergaduh antara satu sama lain. Tidak bersatu. Oleh sebab itulah kedatangan nabi terakhir itu satu mukjizat — kerana Baginda SAW dpt menyatukan satu bangsa yang begitu degil, kasar dan suka bergaduh — iaitu Arab.
Saya tiada menulis apa-apa dakwaan terhadap ketua pembangkang. Tuan boleh rujuk artikel di atas dgn lebih teliti. Semua pihak, sama ada pembangkang mahupun kerajaan, tiada sebab untuk risau jika tidak melakukan apa-apa kesalahan. Saya melihat keceluparan pihak tertentu yang sering melabelkan bahawa merekalah penduduk asal Sabah, seterusnya banyak menuduh saudara-saudara seagama saya sebagai PATI, walhal kalau disingkap dari segi sejarah Sabah, Pantai Timur dan Pantai Barat Sabah sememangnya berada di bawah naungan dua sultan yang utama iaitu kesultanan Brunei dan Kesultanan Sulu, dan ada juga disebutkan Kesultanan Bolongan berhampiran kalimantan.
Bukankah masyarakatnya di bawah naungan Sultan-Sultan tersebut beragama Islam? Saya terpanggil untuk bertanya soalan ini kerana pihak yang seirngkali menuduh itu adalah bukan seagama dengan saya.
Kit Siang Online
Sememangnya saya khuatir mereka ada agenda yang lebih besar daripada apa yang terjadi sekarang ini. Lebih-lebih lagi pertelangahan yang sedang berlaku ketika ini adalah melibatkan saudara seagama saya.! PATI yang dituduh itu memanglah lebih menjurus kepada saudara seagama saya. Apakah motif disebalik label yang diberikan itu? Adakah yang berlaku sekarang ini agenda sesuatu puak untuk melemahkan daulah Islamiyah kerajaan Malaysia?
Walaupun kebarangkalian untuk Filipina menang keatas tuntutanya keatas Sabah adalah tipis. Namun harus ingat disebalik Filipina adalah US. Satu kuasa besar yang sememangnya diikuti oleh dunia. Sebelum ini pun Filipina pernah membuat tuntutan keatas Sabah. Tidak mustahil dikatakan jika kes di Lahad Datu ini adalah penyebab untuk mereka campur tangan. Sangat berharap kita lebih bersatu padu dalam menangani hal ini dan bukannya menuduh atau mencari bukti untuk dikaitkan dengan mana-mana parti politik.
Perlu diingatkan kerajaan melayu nusantara dahulu dijatuhkan oleh Portugis disebabkan perpecahan yang berlaku dikalangan melayu sendiri. Jadi kita harus berhati-hati dalam kes Lahad Datu sekarang ini. Perlu lebih sepakat. Mereka menggunakan orang seagama Islam. Semoga umat Islam dilindungi. Terjemahan Maxwell Gibson; b. Ada 2 perkara di sini: Jika Filipina tidak akan menang, saya tidak fikir mereka akan membuat tuntutan. Kesemua 9 waris Sultan Sulu yang dinyatakan di dalam penghakiman Macaskie telahpun meninggal dunia. Pada tahun , The Star melaporkan waris kepada 9 waris ini waris kepada waris menggugurkan tuntutan ke atas Sabah.
Di petik dari Inquirer Philipines: Five days later, Senator Jovito R. We leave it to our readers to judge the merits of the case as presented by the senators 50 years ago. Excerpts from the speech of Salonga are also reprinted in the Philippine Daily Inquirer in its March 5, issue in a bid to shed light on the Sabah conflict.
My first reaction was to keep my peace and observe this shocking spectacle in silence, particularly in the light of the request of the British panel during the London Conference that the documents and the records of the proceedings be considered confidential, until they could be declassified in the normal course of diplomatic procedure.
The good Senator, whose patriotism I do not propose to impugn, has had access to the confidential records and documents of the Department of Foreign Affairs. By his own admission, he attended closed-door hearings of the Senate Committees on Foreign Relations and National Defense, where crucial matters of national survival and security were taken up. He knows the classified, confidential nature of the records and documents bearing on the Philippine claim.
He has chosen to assault the Philippine position at a time when his own Government, by virtue of the British request, may be said to be somewhat helpless in making, right in our own country, an adequate, fully-documented defense of the Philippine stand. I trust our British friends, here and across the seas, will understand if, in defense of our position, we come pretty close to the area of danger. It is, of course, not the fault of the Senator that the British, in an admirable show of unity, enjoyed and were immensely fascinated by his press releases and statements. Thousands of years ago, what is now known as the Philippines and what is known today as Borneo used to constitute a single historical, cultural, economic unit.
Authoritative Western scientists have traced the land bridges that connected these two places. The inhabitants of the Philippines and Borneo come from the same racial stock, they have the same color, they have or used to have similar customs and traditions. Borneo is only 18 miles away from us today. North Borneo, formerly known as Sabah, was originally ruled by the Sultan of Brunei. In , in gratitude for help extended to him by the Sultan of Sulu in suppressing a revolt, the Sultan of Brunei ceded North Borneo to the Sulu Sultan.
Here, our claim really begins. Over the years, the various European countries, including Britain, Spain and the Netherlands acknowledged the Sultan of Sulu as the sovereign ruler of North Borneo. They entered into various treaty arrangements with him. The contract of lease — and I call it so on the basis of British documents and records that cannot be disputed here or abroad — contains a technical description of the territory in terms of natural boundaries, thus: This Company was awarded a Royal Charter in The Crown, on July 10, — just six days after Philippine independence — asserted full sovereign rights over North Borneo, as of that date.
In , Congressman Macapagal — along with Congressmen Arsenio Lacson and Arturo Tolentino — sponsored a resolution urging the formal institution of the claim to North Borneo. Prolonged studies were in the meanwhile undertaken and in the House of Representatives, in rare unanimity, passed a resolution urging the President of the Philippines to recover North Borneo consistent with international law and procedure.
Acting on this unanimous resolution and having acquired all the rights and interests of the Sultanate of Sulu, the Republic of the Philippines, through the President, filed the claim to North Borneo. Our claim is mainly based on the following propositions: I shall not, for the moment, take issue with the Senator as to his statement of the problem sought to be solved either through the Malaysia plan or the Greater Malayan Confederation. Our commitments under the United Nations Charter, the Bandung Conference Declaration and the decolonization resolution of the General Assembly are matters of record and there is no quarrel about them.
There is something misleading in this naked assertion. The good Senator could have informed the people, having proclaimed knowledge of all the relevant facts, that the British Crown never considered North Borneo as British territory, nor the North Borneans as British subjects, until July 10, — six days after the Philippines became independent. Then, with the air of a magistrate delivering a stinging rebuke, he asks: Be it noted that the Philippine claim includes sovereignty and dominion over North Borneo.
The Senator cannot therefore blame us, since he has invited and provoked the inquiry, if we now file a bill of particulars. Did he really support the proprietary aspect of the claim since he first became a member of the House of Representatives and assumed the Chairmanship of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs? Probably he did not give much thought to it then. But certainly he must have heard of the Macapagal-Lacson-Tolentino resolution of Did he give it in the Senate active and real support, even in its proprietary aspects?
He has been a member of that distinguished body for more than 12 years — when, how and in what form, even through a proposed amendment so as to fit his thinking did he give that support? The cold, lifeless records of Congress yield no evidence of what he now eloquently professes.
The distinguished Senator makes a most interesting suggestion. They do not constitute a State, as that term is understood in law. Chapter 2, Article 34, paragraph 1 of the Statute clearly provides: And were we to follow the logic of the good Senator, we might conclude that America, Britain, France, the Netherlands and other countries have no more prestige and honor to keep since they have, as a matter of cold fact, lost quite a number of cases before international bodies and tribunals. But, of course, the conclusion is wrong.
For respect for the rule of law has never meant and should never mean loss of honor and prestige. However, the scope of our claim is clear: International law, it may be well to remind our good Senator, does not require exact, rigid definition of a territory by metes and bounds.
Up to now, ancient nations, such as India and China, are still quarreling about their boundaries.
In other words, Senator Sumulong is exacting of his own government more than what International Law requires of us. But no matter. The lease contract of tells us in specific terms the natural boundaries and I do not think Senator Sumulong can improve on it. Nor can the British, if we consider as correct the conclusions of reputable writers abroad that the dividing boundary lines between the Borneo territories are neither fully-surveyed nor well-defined See, for example, North Borneo, Brunei and Sarawak, Country Survey Series, New Haven, Let me quote from Tregonning himself: The territory had long ceased to be under Brunei control and failed to bring in any revenue.
How can he, on the other hand, have nothing but praise for Malaya which, without any claim at all and virtually a stranger in the region, desires to take over — thanks to British support — the Bornean territories? Like the isolationists of old, Senator Sumulong asks us: What is the gain of involving ourselves in North Borneo, if after all, even if we recover it, we are committed to the idea of letting the North Borneans determine what their eventual fate would be?
It is like asking a man what is the use of working if after all he would eventually fade away — and leave his properties to his kin. One of the rosiest chapters in our entire history as a people was written when we dispatched our young men to Korea to fight for the cause of freedom in that part of the world. Since the Tungku succeeded in fighting Communism in his home base, the Senator is certain he will also succeed elsewhere even if the conditions are quite different.
This must be a new brand of logic! For one thing, there is the simple matter of geography. The Tungku Government is a thousand miles away from the jungles of Borneo. For another, the Borneo peoples, particularly in North Borneo, are not quite prepared for self-government.
The good Senator did not care to tell our people that the whole concept of Malaysia was designed to sterilize Singapore, that the whole plan was intended to redress Chinese dominance in Singapore and Malaya and that the Federation was not conceived out of a sense of oneness, or of racial or ethnic unity, or of a common heritage, but out of mutual fear and distrust. How can a Federation — so conceived and designed — endure, much less bring stability to a region where the countries immediately involved — the Philippines and Indonesia — have not even been consulted?
And if the Malaysia Federation should fail and become instead the focal center of Communist infection, what does the good Senator intend to do? The respected Senator tells us that he cannot say whether the Greater Confederation plan is a better substitute. I thought he had all the relevant facts. And if he did not have all the relevant facts, may it not have been the better part of prudence to give the higher officials of the Department of Foreign Affairs all the chance to explain the outlines of the plan?
He knows or should know that incisive studies have been made and completed since last year on the Greater Confederation Plan by an Ad Hoc Committee, composed of professors and scholars in the University of the Philippines. Surely, he does not expect his Government to spell out the Confederation Plan to the last detail at this time, before an agreement in principle is reached among the proposed members. Assuming that the Greater Confederation Plan does not convince the good Senator, after a careful reading of the studies that have been completed, can he not possibly render service to the Republic by suggesting positive, meaningful alternatives, having in mind his massive research and studies on the subject?
Our distinguished Senator has but one suggestion. I quote him: This, to my mind, is a proposal so naive it does not do justice to the reputation of the distinguished Senator or to the depth and range of his studies. In the first place, a Federation plan need not be approved by the United Nations. In fine, the Senator would have the Republic launch a program of defeat — born of fear and doubt and timidity.
I cannot agree to such a plan of action. We have told the British that we agree that their interests in the region should be respected and that we welcome any practical arrangements to this end. But this should not take the form of colonialism in a different guise which, instead of being a factor of stability becomes the source of endless provocation.
A professor in an Australian University, writing in the India Quarterly, makes a thorough analysis of the Malaysia Plan and sees great difficulties ahead. Their own racial problems are much simpler and their economic prosperity does not require any political integration with Malaya. In any case, Borneo territories are extremely jealous of their imminent independence which they are reluctant to submerge in a federation.
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Jesselton is nearer to Saigon or to Manila than to Kuala Lumpur. The good Senator realizes, of course, that if North Borneo should fall into hostile hands, it is the Philippines that will be immediately affected. And yet until we filed our claim to North Borneo and talks were conducted thereafter in London culminating in an official cognizance of our claim, there was no attempt at all to consult with us on matters that affect the very survival and security of this country.
It is only now that Britain and Malaya have become increasingly appreciative of our stand and their willingness not to prejudice our claim despite Malaysia is certainly a great credit to the Administration. If between now and August 31,, the scheduled date of birth of the Malaysia Federation, these countries should stiffen in their attitude towards our claim, I must state in all candor that for all my respect for him and even assuming the nobility of his motives, the good Senator cannot fully escape the burden of responsibility, I am no apologist for the President of the Philippines, not even on the North Borneo question and will disagree with him whenever I think that his action is not well-advised.
As your Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations, I had made my own studies and researches, but I thought that there might be new facts and considerations which our defense and foreign affairs officials might bring to our attention during the briefing.
Now that the briefing is over and the administration experts have submitted to the two Committees all the facts within their knowledge and possession, I believe it is already proper, nay, I believe it is my duty to submit for the consideration of the entire Senate and of our people the facts and considerations which I believe are material and necessary to the formation and crystallization of an intelligent opinion about the two plans. In so doing, I want to make clear the responsibility for the facts and considerations I am about to present is my own.
I want to make clear that I am always subject to correction. Posted by Berita dari gunung at 6: Anwar naik dalam dunia politik dengan menyepak ramai ke tepi. Mungkin perlu diingatkan peristiwa team wawasan yang dibina Anwar tetapi untuk diruntuhkan tiangnya satu demi satu. Namun ada juga yang ingin tahu tentang Tan Sri Yahya Ahmad.
Persepsi seperti ini akan terus berlegar dan tentu sukar untuk dipadam. Jan 5, Posted by Berita dari gunung at 8: Analisis Politik Terkini Kalau berani boleh berdebat disana I knew from Day 1 that the party was devoid of any integrity but for it to stoop to this extent is just mind boggling.
When I say A-Z, it means from meeting the forensic and DNA experts to reviewing of the documents to finding case laws for his submissions. I was involved in everything. I do not wish to mention the name of the lawyer here as I revere him as my mentor and I do not wish to drag him into this frustration and anger pouring of mine. Why Anwar never took the stand? Anwar claimed that he was never offered a fair trial. The truth is he was never brave enough to take the stand. He was never going to withstand the questions that were about to be put forward to his now ally Datuk Yusof.
If you Pakatanians have doubts, why not ask him these questions and get valid, acceptable and not logically challenging answers for it. Fearing that Anwar will not be able to withstand the onslaught by the Prosecution, the defence team then decided to ask him not to take stand uder the pretext that he was not offered a fair trial. Anwar excelled in conning, deceiving and cheating the public by assuming a Mandela like persona.
He is no Mandela, merely a good con artist. Fund for the overseas experts. The surprising factor here is why no one has ever questioned the fees that were involved in paying the forensic experts, Dr Brian Macdonald and Dr David Wells. Contrary to what the general public have been made to believe, they were paid hefty sums to defend him. When they were here, they stayed in Shang-ri La Hotel for a number of days. Where did the money to pay the hotels come from?
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Did Anwar pay from his own pocket? No, he does not even pay his lawyers. So, he had very rich Datuks funding him. I do know the name of the Datuk, but for the reasons known close to me I will not disclose the name. The problem is if PKR can throw questions as to the wedding expenditure of the Prime Minister, why not question where the money to pay these experts came from? The only thing I can say is that the reason he was denied justice is that the Investigating Officer, Jude Perreira, ignored the protocols told to him by Jabatan Kimia and decided to do his things his own way.
I will write a full piece on this soon. This drama itself deserves a full piece write up. However, due to a break in chain of evidence and the question mark over the integrity of the samples, the evidence was not used. Conclusion for Part 1. Anwar is a consummate liar. I really hope he sues me so that I can prove in Court what I have just mentioned. Remember Anwar Ibrahim, I grew up adoring you. I know your modus operandi and I aspired to be you. Sue me please. Let the public watch Anwar vs Anwar clone which is me in action.
I have all of them saved. Come get me! Posted by Berita dari gunung at 7: Perang Sulu Lahad Datu: Tajaan Amerika, Britain, Anwar. By Nile Bowie. Written by Mohsin Abdullah of fz. Not only Gelang Patah. The big picture, of course, is winning GE13 and forming the federal government. Why reiterate the need to see the big picture? Enter the big picture. Once your heart was filled with egalitarian ideals which copiously propagated into the pages of your books and Aliran Monthly. I admired your courage to say these forbidden ideals which in the eyes of the Umno kingpins were seditious.
I believed that you had the passion then, to offer solace for the poor without fear of offending the BN elites of the day. But today I see a different you. Posted by Kit in Elections on Wednesday, 20 March , Malaysiakini 9: But a general never sits still when the war is raging. Kit Siang will do battle in Gelang Patah. Uncle Lim Kit Siang is getting on in his years.
Daily Express Online, Sabah, Malaysia.
Last time, he mentioned that will probably be his last election. It is understandable that he will choose to stand again to give Pakatan Rakyat a fighting chance in Johor. So people of Gelang Patah, it is up to you. Give Uncle Lim a resounding victory so that it may be the finest hour in his career and he can retire in peace. Kit Siang in Gelang Patah? Trouble in PKR camp? In reality, BN will retain Johor easily. These are some typical expressions that are sure to be heard in coffee chats, every time the topic of rich and poor is brought up.