Very soon, illegal immigrants squatting in Sabah will no longer be called PTI (pendatang tanpa izin) or Pilak. Instead, Sabahan will address the illegal immigrants as TUAN in future.
Unofficial statistics indicate that the PTI population is exceeding the Sabah Muslim population. As such, keTUANan Melayu no longer bear any significant in Sabah. Maybe, the Malays in Semanjung Malaysia will still enjoy their Ketuanan Melayu privilege.In Sabah, it will be Ketuanan Filipin or Ketuanan Indonesia as most illegals came from these two countries. And for decades, the Barisan Nasional is not doing anything about it.
Why ? Because UMNO want to get more votes, thus MyKad were issues to those illegals as long as those PTI are willing to be a Muslim Malays. Mind you, those converted Muslim Malays are citizen of Philippines or Indonesia. They will vote for UMNO in exchange for the MyKad. Now, the Malaysianized PTI are more than the native Muslim of Sabah and the Malaysianized PTI have equal citizen rights with the native Muslim of Sabah.
Don't you think that the original Malaysian Muslim in Sabah have been marginalized. Their shares on social benefits, education, politics and economy benefits have been eroded because of the Malaysianised PTI. PTI also contribute to the rising crime rate in Sabah.
Due to votes from the Malaysianised PTI, UMNO stayed in power in Sabah but slowly, their act in fact is killing not only the local Sabahan BUT Sabahan Muslim whose ancestors and grandparents were the native sons and daughters of the Land Below the Wind. Or should I say, Land of Syabu. Yes, Land of Syabu. Syabu are brought over from Philippine and Indonesia by the PTI. The Police, Marine Police, Immigresen, GOF or even the Tentera Laut Diraja Malaysia (TLDM) will not do anything so long as the PTI fly the UMNO flag on their boats. Clearly, the Phillipine PTI are more clever than our Malaysian enforcement authority.
It is only rights that Joseph Pairin Kitingan, Marcus Mojigoh and other leaders are now banging on the table as the PTI problems is getting to a critical stage.
Looking further, UMNO has created this PTI pest problem in Sabah and if not drastically solved, it won't be long that Sabah will be controlled by the descendants of the PTI. When that happen, PTI will over ruled UMNO. So, does Barisan Nasional want Sabah to be colonize by the Philippine or Indonesia ?
Federal Special Task Force is estimating PTI figure to be around 60,000. Unofficial figures for the PTI is about 1.5 million. Why the great difference ? As mentioned earlier, a large percentage of those PTI have been Malaysianised and given MyKad. And even if the 1.5 million is pure bullshit, why the authority let 60,000 PTI squat in Sabah ? Where are the Police and the Immigration staffs ? Don't tell me they are busy with syabu.
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Sabah illegals woe at chronic stage: PBS
Kuala Lumpur: Describing the influx of illegal immigrants into Sabah as threatening the peace and security in the State, two of its Members of Parliament (MP) have called on the Federal Government to urgently resolve the matter.
They told the Dewan Rakyat Tuesday that the problem, which had been persisting for too long with no solution in sight, had become the main worries among the people.
Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Seri Joseph Pairin Kitingan (BN-Keningau) likened the problem to a time bomb which could create serious implication if there were no serious steps taken to tackle the menace.
"It is understood that there have been attempts by among these illegal immigrants to apply to become armed forces recruits using fake identity cards," he said when debating the motion of thanks for the speech by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
Pairin, who is also Parti Bersatu Sabah President, said the failure to tackle the problem showed there was a lapse in security surveillance at the borders as well as weaknesses in the enforcement of the law.
He said the issue had now reached a chronic stage and requiring urgent solution.
The influx of illegal immigrants had been going on in Sabah since early 70s, with the Federal Special Task Force estimating their figure to be around 60,000 at the moment.
Non-governmental organisations in Sabah claimed, however, that their number could be as high as 1.5 million people, which is almost half of Sabah's population.
Meanwhile, Puteri Umno Vice-Chief Rosnah Abd Rashid Shirlin (BN-Papar) called on the Government to close down or relocate the refugee camp in Kinarut, about 15km from Kota Kinabalu.
She said the camp had the potential to become the biggest "Syabu nest" in Sabah.
Rosnah also said residents living near the camp were exposed to social problems as well as health problems because of the camp's poor sanitation and lack of proper waste disposal system.
"I want all entry points into Sabah be shut off to illegal immigrants while those already in Sabah be sent back to their home countries," she said when debating the same motion.
She suggested that the Federal Government obtain the actual number of illegal immigrants in the State, including those who had been given permanent residency, and take steps to tackle the problem. - Bernama
'Ketuanan Melayu' call may lead to BN's downfall: MP
13 May, 2008
Kota Kinabalu: Young leaders of Umno, particularly in Peninsula Malaysia, should stop provoking the feelings of non-Malays by insisting on the issue of "Ketuanan Melayu" (Malay supremacy) as it may lead to the downfall of the Barisan Nasional (BN) Government.
United Pasok Momogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation (Upko) Vice President Datuk Dr Marcus Mojigoh said the persistence of these "young cowboys" in Umno is not the Malaysian way.
"This is not the way to lift the Malay race to a higher pedestal but a plain and blatant sign of arrogance that may lead to detestation by others.
"To me this is not the Malay culture that I know of. I never heard of this before," said the Putatan MP.
Speaking at the Kaamatan Festival in Kampung Duvanson in Putatan, near here, Saturday, Mojigoh said the Malays are known to be friendly and courteous but the action of certain leaders had spoilt this image.
Towards this end, he hoped Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi who is also Umno President would advise these leaders not to be carried away and to stop acting arrogantly.
In the context of Sabah, he said there were claims of "over a million newly created Malays" - a new product imported from the Philippines and Indonesia.
"Imagine (if) you have to address these illegals as tuan," he said, adding that the authorities need to address the problem of illegal immigrants gaining citizenship and acquiring this Malay status through the back door.