Posts Tagged ‘Illegal Immigrant’

Najib promises huge changes if BN wins

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak promised to bring huge changes to Kuala Terengganu if the Barisan Nasional (BN) if given the mandate by the people in the Jan 17 parliamentary by-election.

He said the BN Government was capable of bringing changes to provide a better livelihood for the people compared with PAS which was capable of making empty promises only. (Daily Express)

Yes lah…carry on with all the promises…empty promises! Wonder where is the promise of RM1 billion allocation for Sabah and Sarawak? Where is the promise to get rid of the illegal immigrants?

Politicals leaders are only good in making promises during elections time and during hard times when they are cornered by defections by their MPs. They start to open their big mouth and make all sort of promises just to make the people happy. After all is over those promises will turn to just nothing but empty promises!

Even Tan Sri Bernard Dompok quired about the RM1 billion extra allocation. Not that I really care about the RM1 billion extra allocation but it is a question of how good is the words/promises by our country top leaders. Can we believe them? Or are they just taking the people for a ride with all their empty promises.

As I have said I just don’t really care about that RM1 billion extra allocation, afterall if they really fulfill this promise, it is their own cronies who will actually gained from the projects. So no big deal.

What matter me most being just an ordinary rakyat, which is affecting the people of Sabah and the future generations is the illegal immigrants. Especially the “project I/C”.

As I have said in my earlier article, Sabah leaders are just good for nothing! They are just being blinded by empty promises from the central leaders. When the RM1 billion extra allocation were promised, they all praised the central leaders and adore them as goddess. I can understand lah….those $$$ sign started to play around their head. More allocation, more luggage to carry to the bank mahhh…

To the rakyat of Kuala Terengganu…don’t be a victim of empty promises…don’t be fooled by these leaders!



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KOTA KINABALU: Local residents are advised to always bring along their MyKad or risk being arrested when the massive operation to flush out illegal immigrants begins next month.

The Federal Special Task Force (FSTF) has begun erecting some 1,000 banners at strategic locations to remind the locals on the matter.

“The operation would be comprehensive, with no stone to be left unturned. As such, locals must make sure they have their MyKad with them to avoid problems,” said FSTF assistant director Major Mohd Rizam Ayob.

He said the banners also serve as a reminder to illegal immigrants to voluntarily return to their country of origin before the operation begins.

Dubbed Ops Nyah II, the operation would cost the government RM50 million.

Illegal immigrants in Sabah are mostly from the Philippines and Indonesia, and their total was estimated to be more than 500,000.

The last major operation against illegal immigrants in the state was in 2002 with more than 200,000 undocumented Filipinos and Indonesians arrested and deported.

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With the political will of the leaders, corruption can be checked and reduced to a more tolerable level. I won’t say eliminated as even Singapore has not been able to achieve that.

The bad news is that with a tainted Immigration system, Malaysia is also under the spotlight by the UK authorities and we may soon be required to apply for visas.

I suggest that ACA also check if the arrested officers had any links to those who provided documents to the thousands of illegals in Sabah.

Here, I once again wish to ask the Sabah ACA director, what has happened since the arrest of several NRD officers in Sabah a few months back.

I have been forwarding this question to her but she prefers to be silent. Orang Sabah tak mudah lupawhen it comes to the PTI!

To the ACA (Hq), well done! Keep up with the good work and I am sure most Malaysians will support your efforts. I hope ACA Sabah would have the same guts.

(My article in Daily Express Forum dated July 20, 2008) 8)

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