Sunday, June 9, 2013

Flogging The Same "Sabah For Sabahans" Dead Horse

Hantu Laut

In spite of his and Yong Teck Lee's similar call of "Sabah for Sabahans" the people of Sabah have rejected these two political eunuchs. 

Can't bluff the people all the times. They have been part of the corrupt regime they accused of now but kept their mouth shut when the picking was good and when they shared the loot.

Now, he is still humming the same parochial "Sabah for Sabahans" jingle. Still flogging the same dead horse and nobody is paying attention of his useless labour.

He won the state seat on Kadazan parochialism.

Will Jeffrey lumber on as an independent or will he be a boiling frog?

Reported in the Daily Express:

Sabah State Reform Party (Star) on Wednesday said the Federal and State governments should abolish the Federal Secretary Office and dismantle the parallel government machinery in Sabah.
Its Chairman, Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan also said that both governments should put words into action on their recognition of Sabah's autonomy.
Commenting on the call to channel Federal funds to the State Government, he recalled that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak had announced that the 20-Points were still intact during the recent 13th General Election and that Sabah's autonomy was not an issue.Read more.


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Appeal to nationalism is the last retreat of scoundrels.

Anonymous said...

Jeffery will go down in Sabah's political history as the biggest of all FROGs!

He has no more "modal" to peddle around, poor guy.

As for Yong Teck Lee, this man is still dreaming about being popular. Now he should know that his becoming the CM was due to being in BN and not because people like him. His arrogant treatment of state civil servants when he was CM is unforgivable. Heard that one of the spouses of the victimised civil servant was so riled up that she went to see PM Mahathir... the start of YTL's unceremonious downfall!