Wednesday, August 4, 2010

How Sarawak & Sabah Were Conned By Malaya AFTER The Formation Of Malaysia

See Pengayau's blog Mangkang Menua, Mangkang Dunya, Ngetan Ke Bansa! "September 16th, 1963 is our Grave Mistake!!!", "The Malayanisation of Sarawak - A Malayan Wayang Kulit" and also Free Malaysia Today "'Tunku's Malaysia Project a failure', forum concludes".

"Kitingan, the younger brother of Sabah deputy Chief Minister Joseph Pairin Kitingan, in his paper highlighted facts and ‘secrets’, notably how the federal powers had subdued the state through many manoeuvres since 1963, and how Sabah leaders were duped into believing in whatever Peninsular Malaysian leaders pledged and promised them."

"The Harvard graduate also cited how Malayan subsequent leaders managed to tilt the equation of power to the peninsula ever since the inception of the federation in 1963."

“In 1963, we had a 50-50 equation in Parliament representation vis-a-vis the 11-states in Malaya and the group of Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore.

“When Singapore left or was kicked-out of the federation in 1965, their 15 seats should have been distributed to Sabah and Sarawak but what happen was Malaya took seven seats and the remaining eight were distributed to the Borneo states.

“Then in 1972/73, 73 new Parliament constituencies were created, and all of them were in Malaya. From here on, Sabah and Sarawak lost its power to block any passing of laws in Parliament, so peninsular leaders can do whatever they want to the federation,” he said.

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