Monday, June 23, 2008

Sabah's Leaders must be given primary school lessons

This uneducated idiot that the KL politicians want to push as
Sabahan's leader need to be taught basic primary school mathematics.

The 20 billions that has not even been delivered is Dog's leftover

Where does this 20 billion come from?? It is from Sabah, idiot.
Stolen from Sabah and then given back crumbs to Sabah so that Sabah
will be the poorest in the whole world.

We are fast on the way. There is little hope for our children. They
must be prepared to work overseas whereas the poorest people on earth,
such as Timor-timor will be employed as workers displacing Sabahans.
Even Myanmar is as rich as SAbah that is why very few of them will
want to work in Sabah given the low paying conditions.

The 20 billion is only 7.9 % of the National budget, but Sabah's
population is 13% and area is 25%.

The fair allocation is as indicated by the Education allocation of
15%, but even this is low when compared with the inflationary
pressures as a result of Federal Government deliberate policies. Every
import must go through Kuala Lumpur, even those from Brunei. Why?
Import had to be declared only in Kuala Lumpur.

In order to be fair, not even enough to reduce our poverty rate, the
allocation should be doubled.
The 1 billion is pitiful. What is needed is 3 billion more in order to
be FAIR ONLY, not even enough to address our poverty rate.

Sabah's poverty rate can only be reduced with excess budget allocation
in order to catch up with the rest of Malaysia.

Lajim: Be grateful for Sabah progress

SUNGAI PETANI: Sabah could not have achieved progress today without
adequate financial help from the Federal Government, said Beaufort MP
Datuk Seri Lajim Ukin.

Hitting out at the Sabah Progressive Party's planned vote of no-
confidence against Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, he
said SAPP president Datuk Yong Teck Lee should be thankful for the
efforts taken by Barisan Nasional in developing Sabah.

He said the people would not forget that when Parti Bersatu Sabah
pulled out from Barisan in 1990, development in Sabah was affected and
funds from the Federal Government were not readily available.

"People must realise that it will be a loss for the people of Sabah if
we go on fighting with the Federal Government," he said.

"We have UMS (Universiti Sabah Malaysia), a RM20bil allocation under
the Ninth Malaysia Plan, a RM1bil allocation announced by the Prime
Minister during his recent visit to Sabah and RM1.76bil in soft loans.

"Where did all the money come from if not from the Federal Government?

"We must be thankful for this and continue to give our support to the
Federal Government," Lajim, who is also Deputy Transport Minister,
said after opening a state-level campaign at Dataran MPSP to encourage
the wearing of rear seat belts and crash helmets here on Saturday.

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