06 March 2013

Apa kata Sultan Sulu dan Presiden Philippine terhadap isu Sabah...


Isu Sabah, Pengakuan Sultan Sulu Yang Sah !!

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The Philippines Perspective on Sabah

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Anwar - Philppine Inquirer tawar beri penjelasan dakwaan berjumpa Sultan Sulu...

Anwar Ibrahim (gambar) hari ini berkata beliau telah diberi peluang untuk membuat penjelasan bagi  membersihkan namanya oleh media Filipina berhubung laporan media negara berkenaan yang mendakwa sumber risikan Filipina yang mengaitkan seorang pemimpin Sabah yang rapat dengannya berjumpa dengan Sultan Sulu.

Anwar berkata, Philippine Inquirer telah menghubunginya pagi tadi untuk membolehkan beliau memberi penjelasan berhubung perkara itu ekoran penafiannya semalam berkenaan penglibatan beliau dengan insiden pencerobohan di Sabah.

“Saya telah dihubungi Philippine Inquirer pagi tadi untuk memberikan penjelasan melalui radio secara langsung dan akhbar mereka.

“Sepatutnya pagi tadi ... tapi saya menolak kerana sibuk atas urusan lain,” katanya kepada pemberita ketika sidang media di sini.

Keadaan itu jelas Anwar berbeza dengan laporan media di Malaysia yang telah pun disamannya, stesen televisyen TV3 dan akhbar Utusan Malaysia, kerana terus mendakwa penglibatan beliau dengan insiden pencerobohan oleh militan Filipina di Sabah tanpa mendapatkan penjelesannya.

“Sekurang-kurangnya mereka (Philippine Inquirer) bagi ruang untuk saya beri penjelasan,” katanya menyalahkan media yang didakwanya ditunjangi Umno.

Akhbar Filipina itu tambah Anwar, tidak mengaitkan beliau secara langsung dengan insiden berkenaan, tetapi hanya melaporkan sumber daripada risikan Filipina.


Ketua Umum PKR itu juga menegaskan Putrajaya masih lagi perlu untuk melaksanakan tuntutan Pakatan Rakyat (PR) yang menggesa diadakan sidang khas Parlimen dan sesi meja bulat bagi membincangkan isu keganasan di Lahad Datu tersebut.

“Masih ada keperluan untuk sidang khas Parlimen dan meja bulat walaupun tentera sudah gempur militan Filipina itu pagi tadi,” katanya.

Jelas Anwar, Malaysia bukan menentang masyarakat Sulu keseluruhannya, tetapi hanya menentang kumpulan militan bersenjata yang mengakibatkan kematian dan kecederaan anggota keselamatan Malaysia.
“Kita tidak menentang Sulu, kita menentang militan di Sabah, itu perlu jelas,” tegasnya.

Philippine Inquirer sebelum ini memetik sumber risikan tentera Filipina Jumaat lalu melaporkan bahawa seorang pemimpin politik Sabah yang rapat dengan Anwar berjumpa dengan penceroboh bersenjata.

Reuters pada 14 Februari turut melaporkan insiden pencerobohan di Sabah dengan memetik sumber risikan berkata pemimpin pembangkang mempunyai kaitan dengan insiden berkenaan.- malaysian insider.

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 Konflik boleh ditangani tentera lebih awal, Najiblembab buat keputusan...

Konflik bersenjata di Lahad Datu Sabah yang masuk minggu keempat mengundang kritikan keras daripada jeneral bersara Angkatan Tentera Malaysia (ATM). 

Abdul HadiBrigadier Jeneral (B) Datuk Abdul Hadi Abdul Khatab(kanan)berkata, kelewatan Najib Razak dan Kementerian Pertahanan membuat keputusan menyebabkan lapan anggota keselamatan terkorban.

Katanya, sekiranya tindakan diputuskan oleh Majlis Keselamatan Negara sejak minggu pertama pencerobohan, tentunya situasi lebih mudah ditangani.

“Mengapa (operasi masih) diberi kepada pihak polis sedangkan musuh datang dari pihak luar?  Ini tugas tentera.

Keputusan menentukan strategi (menyerang musuh) juga mengambil masa lama. Lebih buruk, perisikan juga kelihatan gagal mengenalpasti identiti dan keupayaan (persenjataan) musuh.

“Kerajaan sepatutnya memutuskan sama ada menggunakan taktik peperangan konvensional atau kaedah mengawal insurgensi (pemberotakan). Atau strategi bercampur antara kedua-duanya?” kata Hadi yang juga anggota sekretariat Majlis Rundingan Keselamatan KEADILAN.

Hadi turut membidas Bahagian Staf Perisikan Pertahanan (BSPP) ATM kerana lalai melaksanakan tugas hingga gagal memberi amaran awal pencerobohan.

“Kita persoalkan unit perisikan tentera. Apakah mereka ambil mudah semua yang berlaku. Mengapa pencerobohan terjadi tanpa dikesan pada peringkat awal?

“Inilah akibat apabila BN memperguna unit perisikan untuk mengekori pemimpin Pakatan. Akhirnya tugas penting mempertahankan negara terabai.

“Saya cabar mereka mengambil tanggungjawab dan segera meletak jawatan,” tegasnya.

Selain itu, Hadi kecewa terhadap kepimpinan Najib yang patut mencari jalan penyelesaian, bukan menunding jari ke arah Pakatan Rakyat.

“Beliau cuba mengalih pandangan umum dari krisis ini dengan menyalahkan Pakatan, seolah-olah krisis ini disebabkan oleh Pakatan dan bukan kelemahan pentadbirannya,” kata Hadi.-keadilandaily


Najib keeps silent. His ministers tell us lies.  They dare to put the blame on others...

It is time Najib Tun Razak and his ministers took responsibility for their actions and faced the repercussions that must follow.

More unnecessary deaths. This time not a suspect in police custody. Not a suspect being interrogated by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission.

This time not a Bernama journalist accompanying Kelab Putera 1Malaysia on an Islamic charity mission to Mogadishu, Somalia.

Not the death of a teenager after a police chase. This time not a foreign national blown up with C4. We remember, too, the villagers killed at Memali.

This time death comes to the Royal Malaysian Police Force (PDRM). It comes to PDRM because the government thinks it is prudent to use the police and not the army to handle an armed intrusion by over 200 foreigners into Sabah.

Death comes because this government thinks it is prudent to ask the police to contain the Sulu armed invaders – a job that should have really been the prerogative of the armed forces simply because common sense will tell you that it really is a job for the military.

Time and time again this government has made decisions that have troubled our people, caused much financial hardship, and physical and mental sufferings.

Our prime minister keeps silent. His ministers tell us lies. And when the deed is done, they dare to put the blame on others.

The incursion by the armed insurgents into Lahat Datu and the subsequent deaths of our police personnel (eight till Monday) are all being blamed on Anwar Ibrahim, and on Pakatan Rakyat.

And, I am sure, eventually on the many illegal immigrants in Sabah.


National sovereignty threatened

The same illegal immigrants that this government have chosen to “close one eye” to in the many, many years that they have been allowed to come into Sabah and allowed to grow into numbers.

These illegal immigrants have become a problem not only to the people in Sabah but have also become a threat to the very sovereignty of our nation.

Is this not the way of this government? That everyone else is to be blamed for what goes wrong under its regime?

Am I to be blamed for using too much petrol when Petronas runs out of oil? Will the settlers in Felda be blamed for wanting too much returns on their investments when Felda Global Ventures Holding Bhd goes belly up?

Will the Yang di-Pertuan Agong be asked to take responsibility by this government for not protecting the interest of the rakyat when our public debts goes into the trillions of ringgit?

It is time Najib Tun Razak and his ministers took responsibility for their actions and faced the repercussions that must follow.

It is also crucial to the future of our children to ensure that change will bring about a responsible, accountable and open government in Putrajaya.

No more unnecessary deaths, no more insanely rich politicians, and no more hideously powerful politicians – we must take back Malaysia for ourselves now! - CT Ali,FMT


The Sabah crisis...

The escalating tensions in Sabah are cause for concern. As a peaceful nation, such a scenario presents many uncertainties for Malaysia. What is paramount however are the lives of Malaysians, regardless of whether they are the police, the army or ordinary unarmed civilians.

The response of the Malaysian police and army has been perhaps unsettlingly restrained for most. It is not uncommon to find in cyberspace calls for the government to launch an all-out offensive against the intruders. The opposition has also questioned the reaction of the government. Regardless, there are three considerations which the government must be mindful of in calibrating its response towards the intruders.

The history of Sabah

The history of Sabah is a complicated one. Originally ceded by the Sultan of Brunei to the Sultan of Sulu in 1658, the Sultan of Sulu later granted the North Borneo Chartered Company a permanent lease over the territory. However in 1963, the people of Sabah voted in favour of forming the Malaysian federation. 

Nevertheless, the Malaysian government continues to this day to pay an annual sum of RM5,300 to the heirs of the Sultan of Sulu, on the basis of a judgment by Chief Justice McKaskie in favour of the heirs of the Sultan of Sulu.

Thus while the wider international community and ASEAN have recognised Sabah as Malaysian territory since 1963, the status of Sabah in international law would make for a novel international law issue in the international courts. It is perhaps with this consideration in mind that the Malaysian government is proceeding cautiously in reacting to the intrusion.-malaysian insider

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