Thursday, March 21, 2013

Obama interfere toAnwar, Nur Misuari and Kiram delight

Obama had a meeting with Brunei’s Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah at the White House in Washington, DC, last Tuesday.

“President Obama wanted to know from His Majesty Sultan Bolkiah the true history of North Borneo, now Sabah,” said sultanate spokesman Abraham J. Idjirani.

When the Brunei leader returned, Malaysian Foreign Minister (Datuk) Anifah Aman was invited for a meeting in the Muslim kingdom, said Idjirani, in a report published in the Manila Bulletin last week.

But when Anifah returned to Malaysia, he announced in a press conference that Malaysia will not accept a third party to solve the Sabah standoff.

In our previous report, The Borneo Insider did remark that there were instances last year in a Facebook conversation between a Kiram and an ally that they were waiting a signal from the US elite forces before embarking on the Lahad Datu intrusion.

Similarly, in a later report, the Borneo Insider did say that a superpower could be behind the Kirams, as it is common knowledge that the Kiram could not possibly have financed the intrusion on their own, but again, we cannot confirm this.

Extract from Borneo Insiders here


  • Anonymous says:
    March 21, 2013 at 1:45:00 PM GMT+8

    maybe Obama should first study the 200 years true history USA, The Red Indian Chiefs and The Mexican and the land they steal from the natives

  • Anonymous says:
    March 21, 2013 at 2:39:00 PM GMT+8

    Someone wrote this comment in one of the UK's news daily..on the occasion of Obama visit to Israel this week

    Nobel Peace Prize 1964
    Martin Luther King says:
    I have a dream

    Nobel Peace Prize 2009
    Barack Obama says:
    I have a drone

    Prof Awe Kecik

  • commanderspock says:
    March 21, 2013 at 2:45:00 PM GMT+8


    What will happen, say, if the Philippines decides to bring this to the ICJ?

    We have gone the ICJ route before. Remember Ligitan and Sipadan and Pulau Batu Putih/Pedra Branca?

    What makes you think that the powers-that-be in the Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand sympathise with Malaysia on the Sabah issue?

    And these are three countries that share common borders with Malaysia.

    The US, China and India are set to divvy up the region between themselves. What Australia, Japan or South Korea think doesn't matter. In any case, the latter are all treaty allies of the US.

    So, is a version of the "Great Game" (with apologies to Kipling) afoot in the region? And, if there is, is there anything that we can do about it?

  • Anonymous says:
    March 21, 2013 at 3:12:00 PM GMT+8

    Ini Dah Jadi Cerita Alice in Wonderland!!

  • Anonymous says:
    March 21, 2013 at 4:12:00 PM GMT+8

    Ini cerita negeri kita di serang oleh terrorist. Yang lain2 tu tak payah masuk campur dok umah main anu sudahlah. biar malaysia selesai kes ni sendiri.

  • Anonymous says:
    March 21, 2013 at 4:58:00 PM GMT+8

    commanderspock: Going to ICJ needs both countries to agree, not only one side. Malaysia definitely wont agree because these is no case as far as Malaysia is concerned. Sabah is part of Malaysia, fullstop. Furthermore ICJ has already ruled earlier that Pulau Ligitan and Sipadan belong to Malaysia, and these islands are in Sabah, Malaysia...! What more to say....!

    ---Dr Norries

  • Anonymous says:
    March 21, 2013 at 5:16:00 PM GMT+8

    Anifah dah baca artikel ni. Kata dia tafsiran yang dibuat meleset sama sekali dan jauh panggangd ari api...

  • Anonymous says:
    March 21, 2013 at 10:16:00 PM GMT+8
    Sekarang pembelot White House Amerika Syarikat sedang buat perjanjian bersama Israel dan Palestine. Tiada masa untuk Sabah. Sila lihat sendiri.

  • Anonymous says:
    March 22, 2013 at 1:34:00 AM GMT+8

    well, a black guy in a white world got to do what got to do or he aint gonna survive, just like he went to kiss israel's ass..hahahahahaaa


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