Read the above article. It shows clearly that since that day, in 2005,
West Malaysians can just enter Sabah without any need for any Passport.
Blaming it all on Illegal Immigrants may be correct but they need not be
Filipinoes but also West Malaysians.
West Malaysians and Sarawakians are not supposed to work in Sabah
without any work permit but how strongly is it enforced when
non-Malaysians can get work easily.
Claiming that more than 500,000 are illegal Filipino immigrants are just
absurd when even now the deportation exercise only claimed to deport
150,000 with 50,000 so far.
It is just an excuse to continue the discriminatory budget allocation
for Sabah. Even after the deportation of the Filipino illegals, the
population of Sabah is still not 10% of the National population but more
like 12%, down from 13%, but the budget allocation even after the
mid-term review is still only 10%.
Many Sabahans are filled with racist hatred for the mostly muslim
Filipinoes ignoring the many Christian Immigrants as well. Now the truth
of the matter is that many of the street children are even Sabahans, as
reported in Borneo Post, Sabah.
The greatest danger to Sabah is Malaysia, i.e the Federal Government.
Even the West Malaysians immigrants that like to call themselves
Malaysians, don't give a damn about the lack of budget allocation for
SAbah because many of them are only thinking of going back to their home
Why should the West Malaysians stay in backward Sabah when their home
states are much more advanced and developed than SAbah. Even Perlis is
much much better than even the city of Sandakan,that are much bigger in
area and resources.
Sabahans must stop looking for scapegoats and start looking at their
real enemy, which is Malaysia as represented by the Federal Government.
Sabah is heaven. Beautiful shark-free beaches and mountains next to
civilisation with no natural and man-made disasters except Malaysia.
<a href="http://www.000webhost.com/?id=13745" target="_blank"><img
alt="Free Web Hosting with Website Builder" width="468" height="60"
Safe Helicopter] </A>