Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Sabah RCI Takes Shape Finally

Prime Minister Najib Razak announced on June 01, 2012 the setting up of the RCI to investigate Sabah’s illegal immigrant problem and the suspicious population boom over the last two to three decades but it was only last Saturday, August 11, 2012 that he spelt out the RCI terms of reference. Led by the former Chief Judge of Sabah and Sarawak, Steve Shim, the royal panel’s primary task is to investigate if foreigners have been unlawfully awarded Malaysian identity cards (IC) and/or citizenship.

What crap is this? If we establish the RCI, it means that this is already a fact – otherwise, why have a RCI in the first place? Rightfully, we should ascertain the culprits behind Project IC so that we can throw the book at them. It is equally important to establish how many of these foreigners have been included in the state’s electoral roll. Sabahans, if you still don’t know, the fact is that your political rights have been criminally usurped! Time to throw out BN!


The above photo was taken at ALC Klang – these are my students in the BMN203 Marketing for Decision Makers class, one of the second year subjects in the University of Gloucestershire degree programme. I hope to see them again when they progress into their third year.

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