Sunday, May 10, 2020




The Protem Committee of the Republic of Sarawak views with utter and absolute disgust the so-called settlement between the Sarawak Government and Petronas with regard to the Sales Tax issue, which had already been recently decided in favour of Sarawak by the High Court and for which Petronas’ application for stay was also refused.

It is clear from the terms of the “settlement” that it is in fact ultra vires, illegal and unconstitutional, notwithstanding the bare-faced assertion (lie) in the Joint Media Statement by the Sarawak Government and Petronas that Petronas "is still recognised as the national petroleum corporation having full power over the oversight of the entire development of the oil and gas industry in the country, in accordance with the Federal Constitution”.

This is a complete u-turn from the stance of the Sarawak Government against the previous Pakatan (Tiada) Harapan Federal Government. What has changed other than the fact that the Group of Pirates of Sarawak (GPS) has joined the traitorous Bersatu, PKR, DUMNo and PAS elements to overthrow the people’s mandate to form the present illegal back-door Federal Government, which will soon face a vote of no confidence in Parliament?

This is also an abject and ignominious betrayal of the people of Sarawak by GPS, marking the culmination of a continuing betrayal that started with the illegal and unconstitutional (ultra vires) enactment of PDA74 and the unauthorised agreements that misappropriated the entire Oil & Gas resources of Sarawak for a pittance.

This betrayal has deprived Sarawak and Sarawakians of hundreds of billions of ringgit of revenue that could have been used in many ways for Sarawak’s own development and even savings and investments for future generations of Sarawakians.

Neither the Sarawak Chief Minister then, nor the present idiot Chief Minister and his entire Cabinet of morons now have any authority to deal with the inalienable Oil & Gas resources and assets of Sarawak as if they were their own.

There is absolutely no question of any negotiation or entering into any commercial arrangement that compromises Sarawak’s inalienable rights to ownership of its own Oil and Gas resources and assets. Any such compromise is a dereliction of duty on the part of the Sarawak Government amounting to treachery to Sarawakians and to Sarawak itself.

Sarawak has all the means and people to manage its entire Oil & Gas resources and assets without any “assistance” from the Malayan Federal Government. It is completely unjustifiable for Malaya and Petronas to derive the benefit of more than 90% of Sarawak’s petroleum revenues, not to mention that of the gas subsidies provided by Sarawak.

Neither the Malayan Federal Government nor Petronas has ever been fair or equitable to Sarawak and Sarawakians from the very inception of PDA74. The Malayan Federal Government never even bothered to appoint any Sarawakian to the Board of Directors of Petronas for more than 40 years, let alone to be the CEO of Petronas and dealt with all its revenues as they saw fit to bail out their cronies and their families and generally to squander, giving peanuts to Sarawak.

Any Sarawakian who is a party to this utter mismanagement and waste of Sarawak’s Oil & Gas revenues is a traitor to Sarawak and its people, and chief among them are the GPS monkeys, and this includes the Sarawak DAP and the Sarawak PKR monkeys as well. Get rid of ALL of them!

The ONLY solution to this is that the people of Sarawak must rise up, overthrow these monkeys, and declare Sarawak independent of Malaya and get out of Malayasia. Leave Malaya to its Malay Land.


Al Tugauw
(Sarawak Headhunter)
Protem Committee of the Republic of Sarawak
10th May, 2020


Thursday, September 27, 2018

The Sarawak Dilemma - To Leave or to Stay in Malaysia


To Leave or to Stay in Malaysia

There are some Sarawakians who still think that staying in Malaysia is an option for Sarawak. Many, possibly the majority of Sarawakians, however have come to the conclusion that it is not. If a referendum were to be held today, most Sarawakians would undoubtedly vote to become an independent nation, most probably a Republic.

The colonial Malayans self-servingly consider this to be “treason” and “sedition”, even though there is absolutely nothing in the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) and the Federal Constitution that prohibits secession. After all they themselves forced Singapore to secede, without even consulting Sarawak or Sabah, when they could no longer tolerate Singapore’s resistance to their racist and opportunist agenda.

The Malayans have never been sincere, and since the very formation of Malaysia to this very day have treated Sarawak like a colony, in spite of their avowed intention otherwise and notwithstanding their present hollow and hypocritical pledges of greater autonomy and return of Sarawak’s rights under MA63.

Instead of Borneonising the State’s administration, they Malayanised it. They never bothered to appoint Sarawakians to any senior or important positions in the Federal government or civil service. Instead they found all kinds of ways and means, mostly unconstitutional and in breach of the Federal Constitution itself as well as the spirit if not the very letter of the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63), to dictate to and control the Sarawak government and civil service through their policies, finance, taxation and development expenditure, to name a few.

The only Sarawakians they were happy to deal with and honour were those traitors who collaborated with them in subjugating Sarawak and its people to their will and in furthering their racist and piratical political agendas. The useless Rahman Ya’kub and Taib Mahmud were thus able to divide and rule Sarawak for their own and the Malayans’ benefit, a situation that is continued to this day by the even more useless Abang Johari.

The Malayans and their lackeys Rahman and Taib and precipitated a constitutional crisis through instigating the unconstitutional removal of the first Chief Minister of Sarawak, Stephen Kalong Ningkan, who to them was troublesome and unwilling to cooperate in their colonisation schemes. When the case was decided against them they conspired to create a false state of emergency and direct rule and installed a puppet Chief Minister, who was then later expediently replaced by Rahman as a reward for his loyalty to the Malayan agenda.

Taib was rewarded with a Federal Ministership and soon set about to please his Malayan masters by conspiring with them to bring Sarawak’s (and Sabah’s) oil and gas resources under Federal and Malayan control. They succeeded in this nefarious and diabolical agenda by by-passing the Sarawak Legislative Assembly, by getting Rahman as Chief Minister to expediently and single-handedly sign away all of Sarawak’s oil and gas wealth to the Federal government via Petronas.

There was no discussion or debate at all in Sarawak nor a single sound in the Sarawak Legislative Assembly. Under the orchestration of the Malayans, particularly Razak and Razaleigh, in cahoots with Rahman and Taib, Sarawakians didn’t even realise what was really going on.       

After the Malayans got their dirty hands on Sarawak’s petroleum resources via the illegal and unconstitutional Petroleum Development Act 1974 (PDA74), presented by Taib and supported by his and Rahman’s lackey Sarawakian members of Parliament themselves, for a paltry royalty payment of 5% of gross production (amounting to only 1% to 1.5% of the total petroleum value chain), they did as they pleased with those resources and the revenues derived from them.

Having been manipulated into giving up control of their oil and gas wealth to the Malayans, Sarawakians were forced to beg for the funds needed for their development, and Sarawak has been reduced to becoming one of the most backward and poorest states in Malaysia, in spite of having among the highest GDP.

Many Sarawakians, especially from the rural areas have been forced to work outside of Sarawak, while Malayans deprive Sarawakians of work and tens if not hundreds of billions of contracts in the petroleum industry.

The Malayans never even bothered to appoint any Sarawakians to the Board of Directors of Petronas or its senior management until recently when the State Secretary of Sarawak became the first after more than 40 years of its existence, even then only after Sarawakians started making noise.

Rahman and Taib were allowed to do as they pleased to Sarawak and Taib in particular became rich beyond belief from his corrupt control of Sarawak’s timber and land resources. They never bothered at all about how much wealth the Malayans were siphoning off from Sarawak’s petroleum resources.

It is this wealth that has given the Malayans the opportunity to mismanage, waste and siphon off hundreds of billions for their personal benefit at the expense of ordinary Sarawakians.

Over the years, in spite of Sarawak’s major contribution to the national coffers via Malayan exploitation of its oil and gas resources, its dilapidated schools, lack of clinics, hospitals, electricity, clean water and other basic amenities, especially in the rural areas, speak volumes not only for the gross neglect by the Federal government but also by the GPS Sarawak government itself that until recently was part of BN Malayan-controlled coalition of parties.   

The so-called "New Malaysia" Pakatan Harapan (PH) Federal government (also Malayan-controlled) is no better than the Old Malaysia either, and has back-tracked on its promise for higher oil royalties for Sarawak. In reality they don’t care and should have no say at all in Sarawak’s petroleum resources, nor should they dictate how much Sarawak should get from its own petroleum resources.

Given all that has happened and the above scenario, the Sarawak Dilemma is not really a dilemma and must be answered by Sarawak leaving Malaysia as its only option. Sarawakians can no longer put their trust in the Malayans nor their present leaders, all of whom have proven treacherous. Sarawakians must be the masters of their own destiny and must create and build a New Sarawak without GPS and/or PH or any of their useless component parties.

Rise, my fellow Sarawakians! We have nothing to lose and everything to gain! Take your destiny in your own hands, for the sake of your future generations, for justice and equity for all Sarawakians, for Fair Land Sarawak!

Agi Idup Agi Ngelaban!

Long live the Republic of Sarawak!

Al Tugauw

The Sarawak Headhunter

27th September, 2018

Friday, September 8, 2017

Who the hell is this Tunku Aziz chap?


COMMENT: Who the hell is this Tunku Abdul Aziz chap?

This is the typical brazen people from Malaya, very condescending, superior and lordly towards Sabahans and Sarawakians. His argument is as if Sabah and Sarawak begged to be a part of Malaysia. History has taught us that we did not want to form Malaysia; we wanted to form the Borneo Federation.

Let it be known that it was Malaya who did not want to merge with Singapore, unless the Borneo states were included in the package.

It is very obvious this character only read the “Social Contract” which is not documented and did not read the Malaysia Agreement 1963 – shame on you for calling yourself a Malaysian. To him only the Malays, Chinese, Indians, Sikhs and Eurasians are Malaysians – he did not even know that the Kadazan, Dusun, Murut, Rungus, Bajau, Dayak, Melanau, Kelabit etc are also people who form part of Malaysia.

The “primitive colonies” as he says it, do not know what we wanted to do, but Tunku Abdul Rahman knew that the money Malaya had based on rubber and tin, was fast depleting.

Unless Malaysia was formed, Malaya would be exporting their daughters as maids. As Abdul Aziz puts, “we celebrate our independence on August 31 and when you are part of us, our nation is YOUR nation”. What baloney! It is not “our nation is YOUR nation” it is more like “YOUR money is OUR money”

This Abdul Aziz chap perhaps has not heard of the Malaysia Agreement 1963; he may not even have read it or perhaps he is so senile he did not know the date September 16, 1963.

This is the day that Malaysia was formed by the Federation of Malaya (which later was named Malaysia), North Borneo (Sabah), Sarawak and Singapore. Singapore left the Federation of Malaysia later.

He claims he was a teacher, it means that he has no conscience that this is a part of Malaysia history which is not taught in school or even in universities. They wanted to hide September 16 so bad that they only started to celebrate it 47 years after 1963, but only in Sabah and Sarawak NOT Malaya.

Therefore, Malaya is NOT part of Malaysia; it is only masquerading as Malaysia.

Does this Abdul Aziz represent the leaders and elite in Malaya? Because if he does then Sabah and Sarawak is more than happy to leave “YOUR family” so that we can create “OUR own family” as was originally planned.

The problem with these leaders and elite from Malaya is that, “they need Sabah and Sarawak more than we need Malaya” – Sabah and Sarawak does not need Malaya.

Talking about security concerns is just a scare tactic for Sabahans and Sarawakians to hang on to Malaya. Unfortunately, the Tanduo incident (the Lahad Datu standoff) shows that Sabahans and Sarawakians do not think much about Malaya discharging their security and defense obligations.

What can we expect from insincere and dishonorable leaders and elites from Malaya? Their obligations in the Constitution which is mandatory to be implemented, yet, for more than five decades they have yet to fulfil any of it.

They even have the audacity to say, “my door is always open for negotiation.” What negotiations? All negotiations were already completed in 1963. That was the reason for the Malaysia Agreement 1963. Currently, there is no more need for negotiations, just implement what was incorporated in the Constitution – no more no less.

When shoved into a corner, a typical Malayan leader or elite would pretend to be stupid and try to interpret the law the way they like it. Perhaps many of the leaders and elite from Malaya overlooked the reason the United Kingdom was part of those who signed the Malaysia Agreement 1963.

That is a link to the United Kingdom – just in case the leaders and elite in Malaya try to play dumb. Sure, the leaders and elite in Malaya may have their opinion on Sabah and Sarawak, but there is also a set of opinions from Sabah and Sarawak.

We all can agree to disagree this is healthy for nation-building; the only way for this type of dispute to be resolved is through arbitration in London where there is no appeal. Are the leaders and elite from Malaya ready for this?

• Zainnal Ajamain an activist on the Malaysia Agreement 1963 and Sabah and Sarawak rights as well as the author of the bestselling book “The Queen’s Obligation”