Lina Soo wants Sarawak out of Malaysia!

Posted: 15 Jun 2014 08:30 AM PDT

That's the simple comprehension after reading the news below.

She and her NGO could be right, could be wrong about their findings and perception. It was about Sarawak's entry into Malaysia more than 50 years ago. And I think they represent Sabah and Singapore too.

So what now? If you want Sarawak out of Malaysia, do it rightly so that your citizenship can be revoked. If not, what's the point you wanted to proof?
The Malaysia Agreement 1963 is invalid and has been repudiated by Malaya through 51 years of non-compliance and failure to honour the treaty, Sarawak Association for People's Aspiration (Sapa) told a forum today.
Sapa president Lina Soo (pic) said the agreement that united Malaya, Sarawak and Sabah into one country was in breach of customary international law, which states that only sovereign states can enter into international treaties.
"The Malaysia Agreement 1963 was not inked between five sovereign states, but entered into between only two independent sovereign states – the United Kingdom and Federation of Malaya – with one semi-colonial Singapore state and the two colonies of North Borneo (Sabah) and Sarawak," said Soo.
She said the five individuals who signed for Sarawak – P.E.H Pike, T. Jugah, Abang Haji Mustapha, Ling Beng Siew and Abang Haji Openg – had no mandate from the people of Sarawak, which at that time was still a colony without any representative government.
Soo said this was in violation of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties Customary International Law, 1980 (VCLT 1980) – an international treaty concerning the international law on treaties between nation-stated entered into force on January 27, 1980.
"VCLT may not be retro-action that it is applicable to treaties made prior to this date such as the Malaysia Agreement 1963, yet it is a useful reference to established principles of customary international law and established precedents," said Soo.
She added that the treaty also breached Article 5 of the United Nations Decolonisation Declaration 1960 (UNDD 1960).
She harbors a bad agenda about Malaysia. What political party is she with?

Why must they dig out the past, just like Saddam Hussein claiming Kuwait as part of Iraqi territory which led to the first Gulf War in 1990?

For whom is she working?

I believe Lina and her friends are not happy being Malaysians...


Posted: 14 Jun 2014 11:42 PM PDT

Wisma Putra today issued an advisory for Malaysians in Iraq to leave the country immediately as security level drops to almost 'zero' over the last few days.

With the US warship closing in the Gulf (pic), the possibility of another large scale war cannot be discounted.

I think the US played a role in inciting some parties in Iraq to 'kill each other'. This will provide it with another passport to continuously control the country and monopolise its oil resource. Being the world's third largest producer, Iraq's oil was the only reason for the US to attack the country a decade ago on 'anti-terrorism' tag.
KUALA LUMPUR, June 15 (Bernama) -- Malaysia has expressed its grave concern with the recent fighting and violence in Mosul, Iraq where militants led by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) have seized the city, said Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman.
Anifah said Malaysia also hoped that peace and stability would be restored swiftly in Mosul and other parts of northern Iraq affected by the violence.
In a related development, Malaysia strongly condemned the seizure of the Consulate of the Republic of Turkey in Mosul where 49 of its personnel and family members were taken as hostages on June 11 by militants.
"Malaysia calls for their immediate and safe release," he said in a statement here, today.
Anifah said Malaysia also expressed its solidarity with the government and people of Turkey as well as Iraq, and join in prayers for the safety of all those affected by the violence.
Violence had been intensified in Iraq after militants from ISIL seized the northern Iraqi city of Mosul earlier this week.
Meanwhile, the Foreign Ministry has confirmed through the Malaysian Embassy in Amman, Jordan that all 186 Malaysians in Iraq are safe.
The ministry said in a statement that it had been constantly monitoring the situation in Iraq, where hostilities had claimed at least 335 lives until today.
The ministry advised All Malaysians in Iraq to immediately return home if there were no urgent matters to attend to for their own safety, following the alarming violence currently taking place in the country.
"The ministry also likes to advise Malaysians to temporarily postpone or not to undertake any visit to Iraq until the situation normalise," it said.
Why didn't Wisma Putra remind the Yankees to stay out of Iraq this time and let the OIC or GCC finds a solution to it?


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