Thursday, March 7, 2013

Sabah Sulu Problem: Where Is It All Leading Us To?

It is not going to end anytime soon even if we managed to eliminate all the 200 or so armed intruders in sandals and sarongs, and harmless to boot (the latter, according to some people in power to play games and to pin it all on the country's favourite scapegoat)

I pity Sabahans.

I do not pity those with ICs showered on them for the only reason that some politicians can remain in power.

Of course, I have no love for the megalomaniac politicians who have no qualms to sell out the interest of the country as long as they can remind in control.

And I despise the Sabahan politikus (political rats) who sold out their own brothers and sisters for a pound and a penny.

These are the real traitors to the country.

And they are in power.

Because we put them there.

I pity us fools.

Yes, I pity us.

If those politikus and political megalomaniacs are traitors, are we not their accessories?

Now, why are we paying rental to the Sulu sultanate?

Are we acknowledging that we are renting Sabah?

Do you pay rental for the use of your own home?

Unless, of course, you are doing business, and you rent your own property for tax and accounting purpose.

Is Sabah just a business concern?

Like how the East India or Borneo Trading Companies once traded and treated us, and much of the rest of the old world?

Is The Land Below The Wind a West Malayan Trading Co's business concern and a fixed deposit that is fast appearing to be no longer a deposit much less fixed, to certain parties?

2 comments:

  1. I don't understand... why does human nature always go to conflict first rather than resolution?

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  2. I don't know. But on second thought, it is all about greed and power. Resolution means that we don't get all. The other guy also gets something. And, of course, that means that we are poorer by half. Conflict is a risk, but the winner takes it all, hopefully. Otherwise, I am as puzzled too. Maybe we have to ask the creator, why oh why?!

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