Perasaan itu semua dalam alam angan2 orang UMNO belaka. Di Sabah BN ada potensi untuk hilang 17 kerusi parlimen. Semua kerusi dimana kombinasi China dan Kadazan majority- UMNO dan BN akan kalah.
Di Sarawak PBB ada 14 kerusi parlimen. Parti2 bukan PBB ada 16 dan pembangkang ada 1. BN boleh hilang 17 kerusi di Sarawak. jadi di Malaysia Timur, UMNO bakal hilang sehingga 33 kerusi parlimen.
Jika mereka kalah 33 kerusi, kiamat akan tiba awal untuk UMNO.
Di Semenanjung UMNO ada 66 kerusi sahaja. Dicampur dengan 13 dari Sabah, UMNO ada 79 kerusi. Di Semenanjung, UMNO nak kekalkan 66 kerusi pun sesak dan tenat. UMNO sekarang bukan macam UMNO dahulu. Pembangkang sekarang bukan macam pembangkang dahulu. Dulu UMNO kuat, sekarang lemah. Dahulu Pembangkang lemah, sekarang bertambah kuat dan bersatu.
In 2008, calun UMNO hanya dapat 2 juta undi dari 5.7 juta pengundi Melayu. Ahli UMNO jumlah nya 3.2 juta. Itu bermakna 1.2 juta ahli UMNO, walaupun UMNO mengundi calun PR. Jumlah pengundi dalam tahun 2008 ialah 7.9 juta. Kali ini, ada tambahan 2.5 juta pengundi kebanyakan nya orang muda. 70-80% orang muda tidak akan undi BN dan UMNO. Jadi kita biarkan panglima2 UMNO mengimpikan 2/3 kerusi parlimen. Di Sabah kali ini mereka akan kalah teruk.
Kalau rakyat percaya kepada dia, tidak ada siapa yang boleh buat apa apa. Tidak saya, saudara, Najib atau Mahathir.
Mahathir jangan lupa, Pak Lah dalam tahun 2004 mendapat mandate dan jumlah undi yang paling besar.
Pencapaian itu tidak pernah perolehi oleh Mahathir pun. Mahathir jangan lupa bahawa mandate yang besar tersebut bukan diperolehi kerana orang sukakan Pak Lah- tapi mandate tersebut diberi kerana rakyat meraikan pengunduran Mahathir. jadi, kalau Mahathir menghulurkan hidung dia dalam PRU yang akan datang, rakyat akan sekali lagi meraikan pengenyahan Mahathir. rakyat Sabah nanti lama untuk menyuarakan hak mereka menyatakan amarah keatas Mahathir sebagai akitek projek IC.
menyesal masuk PAS. Saya sudah banyak kali berceramah dengan Dato Fauzi semenjak dia mula2 berceramah lagi. Semangat nya untuk mewakili PAS dalam parlimen Larut semakin berkobar kobar setiap hari.
Dia bukan menyesal, bahkan menyesali kenapa lama sangat tidak memilih PAS. Kita doakan dia berjaya dalam PRU ke 13 nanti. Ramai anggota polis menyokong pendirian Dato Fauzi dan mereka akan sokong PR ditempat tempat mereka.
Apabila kes RM40 juta timbul , Musa Aman berada dalam ketakutan yang amat sangat. Memang itu duit ufti yang dibayar oleh peniaga balak di Sabah kepada Musa. Bila kes ini tersebar- Musa Aman menangis.
Dia rasa dia akan kena jel kali ini. dia sedar ada kumpulan di Kuala Lumpur berkonspirasi mahu menjatuhkan nya dari menjadi KM Sabah. jatuh atau tidak, tidak menjadi masaalah kepada kita. Musa Aman akan kalah banyak kerusi parlimen kali ini. bahkan Anifah Aman sudah pun bersedia untuk menubuhkan parti politik baru diSabah untuk menentang komplot politik geng2 Najib dari KL.
Tapi Musa Aman pandai berpolitik. Dia ambil duit dari mana2 sumber yang dia boleh. Tapi dia agihkan kepada semua calun parlimen dan adun BN. setiap orang menerima RM1 juta. Dan Musa ketika menyerahkan apa2 wang kepada mamat2 BN akan mengkehendaki mereka sain baucer menerima wang. Jadi dia ada senarai yang lengkap siapa terima dan terima banyak mana.
Bila Musa jumpa Najib di KL- dia berkata. You tidak beri saya apa2 bila berdepan dengan PRU. I finance everything. 25 parlimen ertinya, saya beri RM25 juta. 60 kerusi DUN, bererti saya telah belanja RM 60 juta. Jadi total semua RM85 juta. This is the record of the recipents.
Jadi kalau saya terima RM40 juta, tak sampai separuh saya recoup belanja saya. Bukan untuk saya, untuk calun BN. itu tak termasuk kos dan belanja logistics yang lain. So if you want to pin me on the RM40 million, you must also charge all the BN MPs and ADUNs.
Najib tak tahu nak buat apa2. Nak ambil tindakan kat Musa, nanti semua rahsia bocor. Mahu tak mahu, Nazri Aziz keluar kenyataan- RM40 juta itu Ahmad Albab UMNO yang punya. – Mohd.Ariff Sabri bin Hj. Abdul Aziz@Sakmongkol AK47
Former CID chief: I’ve never regretted joining PAS...
Retired senior policeman Datuk Fauzi Shaari has refuted rumours that he had regretted joining PAS and reiterated his commitment to the Islamist party.
“Why should I regret being with PAS? I have made the right choice,” the former Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department (CID) director was quoted by Sinar Harian.
“I think my decision to join PAS had made some quarters uneasy. That’s why they deliberately concocted this issue.”
“I am happy and grateful for what I have faced and enjoyed since I joined PAS,” he added.
Fauzi’s response came after a text message was circulated, claiming that he had been rethinking his position in the party.
“If I knew that PAS is like this, I swear I would’ve never joined it. Joining PAS is like joining DAP,” said the text message allegedly attributed to him.
The former crimebuster had been widely tipped to contest the Larut parliamentary seat for PAS in the next polls.
PAS’ last candidate for Larut, Dr Mohd Dhari Othman, lost the 2008 election to Umno’s Datuk Hamzah Zainuddin with a majority of 1,911.
Fauzi joined PAS in May, the first big name to sign up with the Islamist party which has embarked on a campaign to recruit key establishment figures to help shore up voter support ahead of looming polls.
Besides Fauzi, former religious department director for Malacca and Selangor, Datuk Mohd Nahwari Hashim, joined PAS in November during its annual conference in Kota Bharu.
Three former public servants have joined PAS before this, including former diplomatic officer and ex-Deputy Secretary-General for Ministry of Home Affairs, Datuk Ismail Hamzah and former Senior Director of Farmer’s Organisation Authority (LPP), Abd Rahman Taib.
Another of the three was Yusuf Hassan, former Human Resource Director for Jakim and Deputy Secretary-General for Penang.
In June this year, former Board of Inspectors chief for the Ministry of Education, Ahmad Zabidi Shamsuddin, joined the party by submitting a registration form to PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat during the Himpunan Hijau rally in Perak.
He had served the public for 33 years, with 10 years under his belt in the Ministry of Education as the Education Director for Terengganu and as principal in a number of schools.
Last month, Secretary-General for the Ministry of Land and Cooperative Development, Prof Datuk Dr Nik Zain Nik Yusof also joined the Islamist party.-malaysian insider
Najib and Anwar visits Sabah...
At the end of this month, DS Najib and DS Anwar are going to Sabah. The former will see a bleak future for BN in Sabah. Anwar will be basking in increasing support from Sabahans, tired of being the 12th state in Malaysia. Sarawak on the other hand enjoys more autonomy. UMNO is not there, and its CM is determined by Sarawakians. Sabahans take stock of what is happening in the neigbouring state.
The CM of Sabah on the other hand, is determined by Kuala Lumpur. The non-Muslim majority has seen its dominance diluted by the infamous Project IC. Immigrants were given free passage into Sabah and were given citizenship. Most of them are Muslims thus swelling the number of Muslims in Sabah to about 40-45% now.
Anwar will be experiencing so many more Pensiangans. Pensiangan is a remote rural constituency south of KK. You have to undertake hazardous travel to get there. Yet when Anwar visited Pensiangan not too long ago, 7000 came to greet him.
Every child, old men and women chant ini kalilah continuously. Children tell their parents to take the RM500 that Najib gives because it’s our money from the taxes KL takes from us, but they still chant ini kalilah.
At weddings, guests come to visit the hosts. When their hands shake, guests say ini kalilah, prompting the hosts to plead, please don’t say that expression because this is a wedding. But the cries of ini kalilah, resonate across the whole of Sabah.
These are signs that BN cannot ignore. It reveals the changing political mood in Sabah. They point to the defeat of BN in Sabah despite the billions of Ringgit that will be poured into Sabah. An old woman in a remote area, when asked who she will vote this time, does not hesitate to say she will vote Anwar Ibrahim. She doesn’t know what party Anwar represents, but she and countless other `peasant’ voters will vote Anwar and his party.
Sabah has, if I am not mistaken gone through 11 elections. Only once did the Kadazans and Chinese support the Muslims and that was during Tun Datu Mustafa. Kadazans could become CM until UMNO came into the state. Now, the CM is determined by KL and this has raised the ire of Sabahans.
Muslims form about 40% of the population in Sabah. That’s about even to the population of Kadazan and Dusun. The Chinese constitute about 15% of the population. Now, if the Chinese combine with the KadazanDusuns, they will form the majority group in Sabah, at 55%. Or slightly more. Judging from the historical fact that Chinese/Kadazans supported Muslims only once during the 11 elections, there is more likelihood that the majority will throw their weight behind PR. That will give PR some 12 seats.
Some of the Muslim seats will also side with PR. Lajim Ukin is likely to take his Beufort seat. Yahya Lampong a political stalwart will probably stand in Kota Belud where he is expected to vanquish the incumbent. Bumburing will deliver his seat.
Let’s look at the political realities in Sabah. The Kadazans are unhappy at being sidelined most of the time. They have had to play second fiddle to the Muslims who are not the majority. Their dominance has been eaten away by Project IC where aliens were given citizenship in what is seen as a political project by Muslims to dilute the dominance of Kadazans and other non-Muslim Bumiputeras.
The Non-Muslim Bumiputeras enjoy better relations with the Sabah Chinese who are emerging as the crucial playmaker. It’s not difficult to see where the allegiance of the Chinese is with. They will combine with non-Muslim Bumiputeras to defeat the Muslim minority.
Sabah looks at Sarawak as a comparison. It sees the state enjoying more autonomy, has control over its resources and can determine their CM free from interference of KL.
How has UMNO governed Sabah all this while? It governs Sabah as how a ketua cawangan handles his cawangan. Assume a residential area with a population of 200. To set up a branch, the UMNO leader needs 50 members. So he gets 50 members, 26 being close relatives or close friends. He needs to take care of only the 26 ignoring the 24 members and the rest of the 150 residents. The UMNO leader distributes the spoils of political power among the 26 people, ignoring the rest of the 174.
That is how UMNO has run Sabah. It takes care of the bare minimum to ensure it stays in power and ignore the rest of the population. After years of doing that, it now suddenly realizes that the ignored majority has come of political age and is now going to assert their power.
So when Najib goes to Sabah this weekend, he will be met and cheered by those who have benefited from spoils distributed. When Anwar goes to Sabah , he will be met and cheered by the marginalized majority who has come of age. They will chant ini kalilah! And there are many of ini kalilah shouters than there are we love PM shouters.
There will be a revolution in Sabah.- Mohd.Ariff Sabri bin Hj. Abdul Aziz@Sakmongkol AK47
Year-end visits to Sabah by Najib,Anwar
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