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PostSubject: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 12:41 pm

taken form http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sabah

Sabah is a Malaysian state located on the northern portion of the island of Borneo. It is the second largest state in Malaysia after Sarawak, which it borders on its south-west. It also shares a border with the province of East Kalimantan of Indonesia in the south. In spite of its status as a Malaysian state, Sabah remains a disputed territory, the Philippines has a dormant claim over the territory. The capital of Sabah is Kota Kinabalu, formerly known as Jesselton. Sabah is known as Sabah, negeri di bawah bayu, which means 'Sabah, land below the wind', because of its location being just south of the typhoon prone region around the Philippines.



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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 12:55 pm

History

1500s-1800s
Sabah or North Borneo was part of the Sultanate of Brunei around the early 16th century. This was during the period when the Sultanate's influence was at its peak. In 1658 the Sultanate of Brunei ceded the north-east portion of Borneo to the Sultan of Sulu in compensation for the latter's help in settling a civil war in the Brunei Sultanate. In 1761 an officer of the British East India Company, Alexander Dalrymple, concluded an agreement with the Sultan of Sulu to allow him to set up a trading post in the region. This together with other attempts to build a settlement and a military station centering around Pulau Balambangan proved to be a failure. There was minimal foreign interest in this region afterward and control over most parts of north Borneo seems to have remained under the Sultanate of Brunei.

In 1865 the American Consul of Brunei, Claude Lee Moses, obtained a 10-year lease over North Borneo from the Sultan of Brunei. Ownership was then passed to an American trading company owned by J.W. Torrey, T.B. Harris and some Chinese merchants. They set up a base and settlement in Kimanis but this too failed due to financial reasons. The rights of the trading company were then sold to Baron Von Overbeck, the Austrian Consul in Hong Kong, and he later obtained another 10-year renewal of the lease. The rights were subsequently transferred to Alfred Dent, whom in 1881 formed the British North Borneo Provisional Association Ltd.

In the following year, the British North Borneo Company was formed and Kudat was made its capital. In 1883 the capital was moved to Sandakan to capitalise on its potential of vast timber resources. In 1888 North Borneo became a protectorate of Great Britain. Administration and control over North Borneo remained in the hands of the Company despite being a protectorate and they effectively ruled until 1942. Their rule had been generally peaceful except for some rebellions, including one led by the Suluk-Bajau leader Mat Salleh from 1894 to 1900,[1] and another led by the Muruts which is known as the Rundum resistance in 1915.[2]
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 12:56 pm

Second World War and the road to independence
From 1942 to 1945 during the Second World War, Japanese forces occupied North Borneo. The Japanese forces landed in Labuan on January 1, 1942 and continued to invade the rest of North Borneo. Bombings by the allied forces devastated of most towns including Sandakan, which was totally razed to the ground. Resistance against Japanese occupation were concentrated on the west and north coast of North Borneo. The resistance in Jesselton was led by Albert Kwok and Jules Stephens of the Kinabalu Guerillas. Another resistance was led by Panglima Alli from Sulug Island, off the coast of Jesselton. In Kudat, there were also some resistance led by Tun Datu Mustapha. On October 10, 1943, the Kinabalu Guerrilas together with followers of Panglima Alli staged a surprise attack on the Japanese. The attack however was foiled. The 324 local residents who participated in the attacks, including Albert Kwok and Panglima Alli, were detained in Petagas and later executed on January 21, 1944.[3] The site of the execution is today known as the Petagas War Memorial.

When Japan surrendered at the end of the war, North Borneo was administered by the British Military Administration and in 1946 it became a British Crown Colony. Jesselton was chosen to replace Sandakan as the capital. The Crown continued to rule North Borneo until 1963. On August 31, 1963 North Borneo attained self-government. There was a call for complete independence on that date by it was denied by the British Governor whom remained in power until Malaysia Day.[4] The intention had been to form Malaysia on August 31 but due to objection from the Philippines and Indonesia, the formation had to be postponed to September 16.[citation needed] On September 16, 1963, North Borneo together with Malaya, Sarawak and Singapore formed the Federation of Malaysia and from then on, it became known as Sabah and declared independent from British sovereignty.[2][5] To safeguard the interest of North Borneo in the new federation, a 20-point agreement was entered between the federal and the state government.
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 12:58 pm

Philippine claim
Main article: Sabah dispute

The Sultanate of Sulu was granted the territory as a prize for helping the Sultan of Brunei against his enemies and from then on that part of Borneo is recognized as part of the Sultan of Sulu's sovereignty. In 1878, Baron Von Overbeck, an Austrian partner representing The British North Borneo Company and his partner British Alfred Dent, leased the territory of Sabah. In return, the company will provide arms to the Sultan to resist the Spaniards and 5,000 Malayan dollars annual rental based on the Mexican dollars value at that time or its equivalent in gold. This lease have been continued until the independence and formation of the Malaysian federation in 1963 together with Singapore, Sarawak and the states of Malaya. As of 2004, the Malaysian Embassy to the Philippines had been paying cession/rental money amounting to US$1,500 per year (about 6,300 Malaysian Ringgits) to the heirs of the Sultanate of Sulu.[6]

The contract was between Sri Paduka Maulana Al Sultan Mohammad Jamalul Alam - representing the sultanate as owner and sovereign of Sabah on one hand, and that of Gustavus Baron de Overbeck and Alfred Dent] representing the North Borneo Company, on the other as lessee of Sabah, was executed on January 22, 1878. The Lease prohibits the transfer of Sabah to any nation, company or individual without the consent of His Majesty’s Government (“Government of the Sultan of Sulu”).[7]. Although it is mentioned to be a permanent lease, it is contrary to the international law, which states that the terms for a lease contract could only be for 99 years, as in the case of Hong Kong and Macau when these were leased to Britain and Portugal respectively, by China and subsequently returned after the expiration of the lease.[citation needed] This would make the lease on Sabah overdue by 130 years.[citation needed]

Less than a decade later, the Sultanate of Sulu came under the control of Spain and in 1885, Spain relinquished all of its claim to Borneo to the British in the Madrid Protocol of 1885.[8]

In spite of that, in 1906 and 1920 the United States formally reminded Great Britain that Sabah did not belong to them and was still part of the Sultanate of Sulu on the premise that Spain never acquired sovereignty over North Borneo to transfer all its claims of sovereignty over North Borneo to Great Britain on the Madrid Protocol of 1885. This is so because the Sultan of Sulu did not include his territory and dominion in North Borneo in signing the treaty of 1878 recognizing the Spanish sovereignty over “Jolo and its dependencies”. North Borneo was never considered a dependency of Jolo. However, the British Government ignored and did not listen to the reminder and still annexed the territory of North Borneo as a Crown Colony on July 10, 1946. This is in spite of the fact that the British Government was aware of tile decision made by the High Court of North Borneo on December 19, 1939 that the successor in sovereignty of the Sultan in the territory of Sabah are the Government of the Philippine Islands and not the Great Britain.[9]

On September 12, 1962 during the Pres. Diosdado Macapagal's administration (the father of the present Philippine president, Gloria Macapagal Arroyo), the territory of North Borneo, and the full sovereignty, title and dominion over the territory were ceded by then reigning sultan of Sulu, HM Sultan Muhammad Esmail E. Kiram I, to the Republic of the Philippines.[10] The cession effectively gave the Philippine government the full authority to pursue their claim in international courts. The Philippines broke diplomatic relations with Malaysia after the federation have included Sabah on 1963. It was revoked on 1989 because succeeding Philippine administrations have placed the claim in the back burner in the interest of pursuing cordial economic and security relations with Kuala Lumpur. [11] To date, Malaysia continues to consistently reject Philippine calls to resolve the matter of Sabah's jurisdiction to the International Court of Justice.[12]
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 1:00 pm

Geography

The highest mountain in Malaysia.

The western part of Sabah is generally mountainous, containing the three highest mountains in Malaysia. The most prominent range is the Crocker Range which houses several mountains of varying height from about 1,000 metres to 4,000 metres. At the height of 4,095 metres, Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain in Malaysia and the mountain is the fourth tallest in Southeast Asia behind Hkakabo Razi of Myanmar (5881 m), Puncak Jaya (4884 m) and Puncak Trikora (4750 m) of Papua, Indonesia . The jungles of Sabah are classified as rainforests and host a diverse array of plant and animal species. Kinabalu National Park was inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 2000 because of its richness in plant diversity combined with its unique geological, topographical, and climatic conditions.[13]

Lying nearby Mount Kinabalu is Mount Tambuyukon. At a height of 2,579 metres, it is the third highest peak in the country. Adjacent to the Crocker Range is the Trus Madi Range which houses the second highest peak in the country, Mount Trus Madi, at a height of 2,642 metres. There are lower ranges of hills extending towards the western coasts, southern plains, and the interior or central part of Sabah. These mountains and hills are traversed by an extensive network of river valleys and are in most cases covered with dense rainforest.
The central and eastern portion of Sabah are generally lower mountain ranges and plains with occasional hills. Kinabatangan River begins from the western ranges and snakes its way through the central region towards the east coast out into the Sulu Sea. It is the second longest river in Malaysia after Rejang River at a length of 560 kilometres. The forests surrounding the river valley also contains an array of wildlife habitats, and is the largest forest-covered floodplain in Malaysia.[14]

The northern tip of Borneo (Tanjung_Simpang_Mengayau)

Other important wildlife regions in Sabah include Maliau Basin, Danum Valley, Tabin, and Sepilok. These places are either designated as national parks, wildlife reserves, virgin jungle reserves, or protection forest reserve.
Over three quarters of the human population inhabit the coastal plains. Major towns and urban centers have sprouted along the coasts of Sabah. The interior region remains sparsely populated with only villages, and the occasional small towns or townships.

Beyond the coasts of Sabah lies a number of islands and coral reefs, including the largest island in Malaysia, Pulau Banggi. Other larger islands include, Pulau Jambongan, Pulau Balambangan, Pulau Timbun Mata, Pulau Bumbun, and Pulau Sebatik. Other popular island mainly for tourism are, Pulau Sipadan, Pulau Selingan, Pulau Gaya, Pulau Tiga, Pulau Layang-Layang, and many more.
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 1:03 pm

Chief Ministers of Sabah

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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 1:09 pm

Administrative divisions

Sabah consists of 5 administrative divisions, which are in turn divided into 24 districts.
These administrative divisions for all purposes just for reference. During the British rule until the transition period when Malaysia was formed, a Resident was appointed to govern each division and provided with a palace (Istana). This means that the British consider each of this division equivalent to a Malayan state. The post of the Resident was abolished in favour of district officers for each of the district.

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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 1:13 pm

Demographics

The population of Sabah was 2,449,389 in 2000[17] and was the third most populous state in Malaysia after Selangor and Johor. It is estimated that Sabah's population has exceeded that of Johor with an estimated population of 3,400,000 in 2007.[18] Sabah indeed has one of the highest population growth rate in the country.

  • Kadazan-dusun: 17.8%
  • Bajau: 13.4%
  • Malay: 11.5%
  • Murut: 3.3%
  • Other bumiputra: 14.6%
  • Chinese: 9.6%
  • Other non-bumiputra: 4.8%
  • Non-Malaysian citizen: 25%

The people of Sabah are divided into 32 officially recognized ethnic groups. The largest non-indigenous ethnic group is the Chinese. Most Chinese people in Sabah are concentrated primarily at Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, and Tawau. Kota Kinabalu has the highest concentration of Chinese people in Sabah, followed by Sandakan (second highest) and Tawau (third highest). The largest indigenous ethnic group is Kadazan-Dusun, followed by Bajau, and Murut. There is a very small number and proportion of Indians and other South Asians in Sabah compared to other parts of Malaysia. Collectively, all persons coming from Sabah are known as Sabahans, and also identify themselves as such.

Malay is the national language spoken across ethnicities, although the spoken Sabahan dialect of Malay differs much in inflection and intonation from the West Malaysian version, having more similarity in pronunciation to Indonesian. English, Chinese Mandarin as well as the Chinese dialects of Hakka and Cantonese are widely understood. In addition, Kadazan-Dusun, Bajau, Murut and other minor races also have distinct ethnic languages. Sabah also have their own unique Sabahan-slangs for many words in Malay.
The federal government of Malaysia officially recognizes 28 ethnic groups as being indigenous or bumiputra in Sabah:


See also: Demographics of Malaysia
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 3:00 pm

sia pigi itu wiki, bagus juga ada ini malumat pasal sabah.....
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 5:58 pm

saya tidak setuju sepenuhnya ttg sejarah yang di tulis ttg sabah dalam hal sabah sebagai milik sulu dan brunei ini. Sebab nenek moyang kita bukan warga sulu mahupun brunei.
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 6:13 pm

yalah, masam inda barapa lujik juga, sulu & brunei kisil sj, masamana sabah ni dia punya dulu2.....
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 9:13 pm

untuk pengetahuan semua orang sabah terutama penduduk peribumi yg di kenal sebagai KDM.. jangan sekali-kali di tipu-daya dengan catatan sejarah sekarang ini yang tidak betul.

Pertama: Peribumi Sabah KDM sejak zaman dahulu tidak pernah di perintah Sulu dan Brunei.

Kedua: retorik sejarah wujud dalam sejarah borneo di mana mereka melamsump kan nenek moyang kita sebagai jajahan dan di bawah kuasa Sulu dan Brunei. Ini adalah retorik sejarah yang akhirnya bila kita selidiki sendiri ia hanyalah satu fakta diatas kertas tetapi dalam realitinya tidak pernah terjadi. sejarah palsu lah ceritanya.

Ketiga: Sejarah Borneo sekarang ni yg di tulis bukanlah satu DOGMATIS yang harus kita terima sebaliknya kita harus perbetulkan sejarah dan menuliskan kenyataan yang sebenarnya terjadi. Tidak ada kuasa tunggal di borneo dulu. Sulu tak pernah menembusi kedaulatan suku kami pun. haruslah di fahami itulah sejarah.

Keempat: Pemerintahan atau penjajahan bermakna satu kuasa tentera dan kerajaan yang menggulingkan pemerintahan yang ada. Namun hakikatnya sungguhpun suku kami tiada keRAJAan tetapi suku kami ada PEMERINTAHAN. Maksudnya kami ada pemimpin walaupun tidak amalkan sistem BERAJA.

Kelima: Penjualan pihak Sulu kepada sebuah Syarikat British adalah tidak sah. Wang jualan tersebut menurut hukum dan adat istiadat momogun rungus adalah wang haram yang tidak bersih. Dalam hukum kami hanya Momogun yang berhak berurusan dalam hal Tanah dan Petempatan di bawah gunung kinabalu.

Keenam: Apakah agendanya penulisan sejarah yang hanya di berikan keistimewaan buat sulu? apakah mereka sangat menginginkan tanah nenek moyang kita? Sedang tanah bangsa sendiri tak mampu di uruskan oleh mereka inikan pula tanah nenek moyang kita yang selama ini sudah begitu jelas bahawa KDM sejak dahulu mempunyai ketamadunan sendiri. Bersistem kemasyarakatan sendiri dan berdaulat bagi suku-sukunya sendiri.

Ketujuh: Realitinya Sabah pada zaman dahulu tidak di perintah oleh Brunei mahupun Sulu. Hakikatnya sistem kesukuan adalah satu sistem umum yang wujud dalam negeri ini. Setiap suku mempunyai sistem Hukum dan Perintah bagi masyarakat mereka sendiri dan secara asasnya semua suku di kepulauan Borneo dari Sabah, Sarawak dan Kalimantan di dapati bahawa sistem ini adalah sama.

jika anda adalah orang sabah yang asli pasti anda terfikirkan bahawa nenek moyang anda tidak pernah terpaksa jadi warga Sulu mahupun Brunei. Retorik sejarah memang wujud contohnya yang jelas ialah catatan sejarah Sabah sendiri.
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 9:21 pm

mcm masuk akal point2 bushido ni... saya terfikir juga, jika betullah kdm ni bukan penduduk asal Sabah, mengapa kita tdk pernah termimpi atau langsung tdk wujudpun dlm minda fikiran kita bhw kg halaman asal kita konon2 di luar negara? Tdk spt bangsa2 lain yg hingga ke hari ini masih lagi berulang-alik ke kg halaman pd setiap tahun... keluarga, saudara-mara pun masih lg hidup, masih berkirim2 sms setiap hari...
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 9:26 pm

saya cakap yang betul dan bukan cakap menjual bangsa sendiri ke sana polipin.
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 9:30 pm

ya, kita mesti bersikap patriotik dgn bangsa & negeri kita. Saya setuju dgn tuan bushido...
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Sun Sep 07, 2008 9:46 pm

ya.. kita mesti patriotik dan tidak sesekali biarkan catatan sejarah masa lampau kita cacat dan tercemar seperti yg ada sekarang ini...
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Mon Sep 08, 2008 12:11 am

antah siapa yg satat itu kunun2 sajarah..... mgkin urang2 diurang juga.....
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Mon Sep 08, 2008 1:25 am

Pak B rasa biarlah sejarah itu berlalu...yang penting sekarang ni negeri kita pula akan kehilangan bangsa jika dibiarkan PTI berleluasa...akan datang PTI ini akan mengaku duranglah panduduk asal negeri ini...masa tu siapa yang susah... Question
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Mon Sep 08, 2008 1:37 am

Pak Belalang wrote:
Pak B rasa biarlah sejarah itu berlalu...yang penting sekarang ni negeri kita pula akan kehilangan bangsa jika dibiarkan PTI berleluasa...akan datang PTI ini akan mengaku duranglah panduduk asal negeri ini...masa tu siapa yang susah... Question

itulah sebabnyasejarah itu penting dan di perbetulkan. kerana tulisan2 itulah yang di manipulasikan mereka utk merebut tanah nenek moyang kita.

terbaru kunun waris sulu adalah kerabat kesultanan melaka dan ingin didaulatkan oleh DYMM Malaysia dan apa lagi lokasi pemerintahannya adalah di Sabah.

So siapa yang pelarian pada masa itu kalau tuntutan itu di manipulasikan secara pencabulan hak-hak sabah seperti mana 20 perkara sudah di cabul?
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Mon Sep 08, 2008 1:41 am

bushido wrote:
Pak Belalang wrote:
Pak B rasa biarlah sejarah itu berlalu...yang penting sekarang ni negeri kita pula akan kehilangan bangsa jika dibiarkan PTI berleluasa...akan datang PTI ini akan mengaku duranglah panduduk asal negeri ini...masa tu siapa yang susah... Question

itulah sebabnyasejarah itu penting dan di perbetulkan. kerana tulisan2 itulah yang di manipulasikan mereka utk merebut tanah nenek moyang kita.

terbaru kunun waris sulu adalah kerabat kesultanan melaka dan ingin didaulatkan oleh DYMM Malaysia dan apa lagi lokasi pemerintahannya adalah di Sabah.

So siapa yang pelarian pada masa itu kalau tuntutan itu di manipulasikan secara pencabulan hak-hak sabah seperti mana 20 perkara sudah di cabul?

ya butul juga tu bushido...jangan jadi macam kes batu putih...karana sajarah malaysia kalah... Crying or Very sad
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Thu Sep 11, 2008 7:32 pm

Pak Belalang wrote:
bushido wrote:
Pak Belalang wrote:
Pak B rasa biarlah sejarah itu berlalu...yang penting sekarang ni negeri kita pula akan kehilangan bangsa jika dibiarkan PTI berleluasa...akan datang PTI ini akan mengaku duranglah panduduk asal negeri ini...masa tu siapa yang susah... Question

itulah sebabnyasejarah itu penting dan di perbetulkan. kerana tulisan2 itulah yang di manipulasikan mereka utk merebut tanah nenek moyang kita.

terbaru kunun waris sulu adalah kerabat kesultanan melaka dan ingin didaulatkan oleh DYMM Malaysia dan apa lagi lokasi pemerintahannya adalah di Sabah.

So siapa yang pelarian pada masa itu kalau tuntutan itu di manipulasikan secara pencabulan hak-hak sabah seperti mana 20 perkara sudah di cabul?

ya butul juga tu bushido...jangan jadi macam kes batu putih...karana sajarah malaysia kalah... Crying or Very sad

nah betul tu Pak Belalang... dulu di panggil Batu Putih sekarang mana ada batu putih.. Batu Hilang adalah... he he
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Thu Sep 11, 2008 8:03 pm

batu putih, dr singapore kira2 60 batu notika, dr johor kira2 20 bt notika, hihihiiiiii..... singapore pula yg dpt..... apa sdh jadi ooo malasia?
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Fri Sep 12, 2008 12:09 am

di sabah ramai pti, aku heran org tempatan masi tulung pti ni.
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Fri Sep 12, 2008 1:05 am

kalau sulu terus berjuang utk mengukuhkan sejarahnya yang hanya tertulis dalam kertas tapi tak pernah terjadi keatas sabah ada kemungkinan perjanjian jual beli dengan british yg mengatakan "selagi matahari terbit dari timur dan tenggelam ke barat maka pihak sulu harus terus di bayar sewa".. kalau tak mereka ambil tanah nenek moyang kita.

awas ko..tiwas..tiwas..tiwas..bilang tu lagu
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah, Malaysia   Fri Sep 12, 2008 1:14 am

paraivagas wrote:
di sabah ramai pti, aku heran org tempatan masi tulung pti ni.

macam mana durang tulung tu parai? kalau sa membeli sayur sana pasar malam, sa cari yg local seller dulu...
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