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Re: SAPP's vote of no confidence against PM
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when i lok at this, i think of political unstability in malaysia, and the future of Malaysia. How would it be? Will Anwar's goal come true? what do you think guys?

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Everyone has the right to criticise, this is a democracy after all. Why are they so scared of the motion of no confidence? If the elected representatives still have faith in the prime minister Mr Smiley Face, then why worry? If they fear other MPs might be swaing the say of SAPP, then so be it.

You need a strong leader who has the support, respect and trust of the people they lead if the leader is to succeed. A leader with dwindling support cannot gain the fullhearted support and backing of his peers and underlings. Would you go to war with a captain you don't have confidence in?

This isn't about 'collective responsibility.' This is about how to run a country, and the leader must have the support of his people. It's okay if the opposition doesn't support, but if elements within start t have doubts, it's about time they do damage control and start to look at themselves, see if it's time to call it a day.

It's a tricky maneuver. You voice against but loose and you'll be in deep water. You voice for and win, you might be granted favour. You sit on the fence and you might not budge from the status quo.

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the responds given by the S'wakian goverment is always towards the BN and full support to the PM.but then again..im sure thats also the same thing Sabah's SAPP said the day before it announce its redrawal.rite?anything can happen in politics.nobody is who they really are.nothing is what it seems to be.theres always alot of conspiracy going on within.thats why things can change any moment.1 minute your with the goverment,who knows,the next you'll be cursing them!whatever happens they'll just put in the best reason..for the good of the rakyat!and we as the rakyat..can only look through our country's politics spiralling through foggy and misty window!we will never catch the real picture!

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u wouldnt know people heart although their hair is black.

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Yeah, finally someone is daring to ask for 20% royalty for petrol and Labuan to return to Sabah. How about sarawak? No one dare to speak out?

Posted on: 2008/6/19 14:17
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Yeah, finally someone is daring to ask for 20% royalty for petrol and Labuan to return to Sabah. How about sarawak? No one dare to speak out?


Sarawakians still under LOWH spell... kena bomoh by him

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Is Labuan actually part of Sabah in the first place? I do know Labuan was taken by Rajah James Brooke and handed to the British as a protectorate.

It's true what Juanil says, no one is who they say they are. Lord White Hair was once 'considering' building an LCCT for Mr Fernandes but then, well, that hasn't materialised yet. It's all lip-service. What we say in Kuching is mostly lip-service to those insulated bureaucrats in Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya.

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Is Labuan actually part of Sabah in the first place? I do know Labuan was taken by Rajah James Brooke and handed to the British as a protectorate.

It's true what Juanil says, no one is who they say they are. Lord White Hair was once 'considering' building an LCCT for Mr Fernandes but then, well, that hasn't materialised yet. It's all lip-service. What we say in Kuching is mostly lip-service to those insulated bureaucrats in Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya.


yup initally labuan is part of sabah... later then only labuan's status as free trade zone (but still expensive leh except cigarates, liqour and choc) and as a federal territory. but then again, labuan did not manage thier supplies themself, water supply, electrial supply is run by Sabah.. not such thing as Labuan Electrical/Labuan Water Management... all from Sabah.

regarding LCCT kch, i agree that is just lip service. I don't think that LOWH keen to see Air Asia dominate all the flights... remember swak govt has 2.5% share in MAS and some bigger share in MAS Catering Services - and even bigger share in MASWings.

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Yeah, finally someone is daring to ask for 20% royalty for petrol and Labuan to return to Sabah. How about sarawak? No one dare to speak out?


Sarawakians still under LOWH spell... kena bomoh by him



Whether we are "kena bomoh" or what so ever,LOWH is a very powerful man.that is why things has been going very slow in s'wak.regarding the lcct issue i dont think there is any fact in that most probably it wont materialise.not for the next few years.if theres nothing "IN IT" for those people that has the power to make things happen..then nothing will happen!its a sad thing but its the fact.only through election rights do we have an itsy-bitsy chance of making our voices heard but we failed again during the recent election.majority of the west m'sians has already gone to the opposition with s'wak and sabah giving BN the majority votes.west m'sians has been putting the blame on us and frankly speaking i dont blame them.they are much motivated and daring for changes where as we just comply with the "dont bother too much" attitude.its really disappointing.

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The thing was rural residents doesn't know what happened out there as they were disrupted for some, by some.... especially when sweet talks and free ang pao's were given as "complimentary" face lift.

Posted on: 2008/6/19 20:46
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