24 Jun 2008
23 Jun 2008
World War II Memorial Park
A beautifully landscaped cemetery, the War Memorial is located at Tanjung Purun on the outskirts of Labuan town (formerly Victoria Town). The memorial is the final resting place of fallen Allied soldiers. Maintained by the Commonwealth War Commission, it is a poignant memorial to the 4,000 Australian, New Zealand, and British Allied servicemen who had lost their lives during the World War II. A section is also dedicated to the Indian Soldiers of the Punjab Regiment who died fighting alongside their comrades. Many visitors, especially those from Australia, often return annually to pay their respects to lost friends and relatives.
Setakat yang sia jumpa, ni lah wira yang termuda.
Ni gambar sendiri2 ni, nada kawan, terpaksa pakai tripod.
Tu perut tetap maintain...
Tugu Peringatan Labuan ngehehehe.
21 Jun 2008
Take a good look around and think a little bit. How many of them and compare it to our locals on the streets, markets, malls, parks, bus stops, etc. Take a look at their little children roaming around homeless and their youth terrorizing the streets while their elders are among the fearful people there is. Not forgetting the drug smuggling, murders, etc. Destruction of our own culture.
I have another fearful thought towards them. Their population is way bigger than us, locals. We are really really outnumbered by an extreme margin. This is what most people should by now realize. Everything out there is being stolen from us. This is an unseen imperialism. Wake up my friends!! You are being robbed day and night, 24 7. Do you really want this to happen?
There another threat regarding to this. I don’t think our people are forever ready to confront those band of PTIS if war is sparked. Do you? Do you know that the ‘neighboring’ parties are clamming back our homeland as one of their’s? I wonder how many arms have they been hiding for that purpose of clamming back by force? Are you ready for war? We are writing our own destruction if none of us try to let the mass aware of this.
Do you think that our brothers in the peninsular will come to combat the war together with us here if it really happens? Even if it so, how many of our people have already been slaughtered before our brothers arrive for the help? I tell you a secret, if the time comes, we don’t even have the time to get the ‘parang panjang‘ from the kitchen but those PTIs have already M16, AK-47, Molotov, etc. in hands while bombing freely and killing.
They are the unseen army of our own enemy. They are here in front of our eyes but everyone just keep it silent and low. My gosh, I don’t know what and how to say it anymore. I really hope that I’ll always going to sing ‘Sabah Tanah Air ku’. This is truely a national crisis but sad to say, not even our own so called leaders want to take note on this. I hope that what I’ve been blabbing out for the past 1 hour can spark, even a little bit, that’s enough for me of your awareness to this matter.
Together we stand for one mother, one nation and one united front.
dipetik dari ilham: http://sabahanblog.com/delasagos/
13 Jun 2008
Distressed parents Hairy Lojimin, 53 and Rosnie Majamin, 49, are pleading to the public to help find their daughter who disappeared about a year ago.
Their youngest child Helena (pictured), now 17, was last seen leaving her aunt’s house in July last year to meet her friends in the city.
She never returned home after that. Hairy, a Menggatal resident, said his daughter used to live with her aunt when she was in Form Four. “We do not know why she did not come home.
We never had any heated argument but if we had offended her in any way, we would like to say sorry…we just want her to come home,” he said. Hairy said he has already lodged a police report on Helena’s disappearance.
Anyone who knows Helena’s whereabouts can contact Hairy (013-8720697) or Rosnie (012-8306510) or her elder sister Rozita (016-5853566). – By JOSEPH JUPIOL
09 Jun 2008
Mr. Juseleeno, born in 1960(reportedly still alive in 2008), is a Brazilian who has made many predictions, and MOST have come to pass, including Princess Diana’s death by car accident (which is instigated by someone near her and will probably unfortunately be written off as a car accident), 911 and the 2004 Indonesian tsunami. He sees the future in his dreams, and has an average of 3 to 9 such predictions per day. When he wakes up, he will write them down, and send warnings to those concerned. If it concerns only a normal individual, he will write a letter to warn him/her. If it is a famous person(celebrity, politician etc.), or matters concerning the public, he will not only send it to the individual himself/herself, but also related agencies, government, and media. He urged the media to publicise these predictions, but the reply always went along the lines of rejection for fear of arousing public panic.
2008, July: There will be an earthquake in Japan, which will cause a tsunami of 30 plus metres high to occur as well.
18th September: An earthquake with magnitude of approximately 9.1 will rock China , simultaneously causing a tsunami of more than 30 metres to occur, resulting in the deaths of more than 1 million people. Although this huge earthquake will happen after the Olympics have ended, there will be a series of relatively smaller earthquakes occurring in China before the huge earthquake. The China government, which is more concerned with the success of the Olympics, will most likely neglect to employ appropriate cautionary measures, thus the high casualty rate. If the China government does not publicise the occurrence of these minor earthquakes and evacuate people, the number of deaths will be as predicted.
2008, 17th December: terrorist attack in America
2010: The temperatures in some countries of Africa could be as high as 58 degrees Celsius, and there will be a serious shortage of water.
2010, 15th June: The New York Stock Exchange market will fail, causing an international financial crisis.
2011: The research on the treatment of some cancers will be completed, but a new life-threatening virus will appear. People who are infected will die after only approx. 4 hours of coming into contact with the virus.
2013, 1st – 25th November: Research on treatment of cancers, except for brain tumors, will be completed. An earthquake, caused by volcanic eruptions, will happen on Bahama Island of the Canary Islands. A gigantic tsunami of roughly 150 metres will result. America mainlands, Brazil etc. will be affected, with the tsunami pushing into the land as far as 15 to 20 kilometres. Before the occurrence of this gigantic tsunami, the sea/ocean water levels will sink by about 6 metres, and large flocks of birds will start to migrate.
2014: A small planet that has been gradually closing in on Earth might eventually collide with Earth, and this collision, if come to pass, will affect the survival of humans as a whole.
2015: By the mid of November, the average temperature of Earth could be as high as 59 degrees Celsius. Many people will die from the overheat, and international confusion and terror ensues.
2016, April: A huge typhoon will invade China, causing massive damage. The 43rd USA president, George Walker Bush, will enter the hospital, and faces a life or death situation.
2026, July: A super earthquake will occur in Sans Francisco, and it will be named “The Big One”. Huge damage to surrounding areas. Many volcanoes will re-activate, and the height of resulting tsunami will be more than 150 metres.
Mr. Juseleeno made known his predictions in hopes that people will take heed of his warnings, so that these disasters may be avoided. He hopes there will be a major change in the thinking of people’s mindsets in the time period 2007 – 2008. One factor will be the environmental issue of global warming, which is more serious than what some meteorologists assume.
Let us wait and see how true is this prediction and hope this is not spam.
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| Monday, 26 May 2008 |
Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Sabah has taken Deputy Speaker Datuk Ronald Kiandee to task for having rejected the motion on the proposal to set up the Royal Commission of Inquiry on Illegal Immigrants in Sabah.
Its Deputy Chairperson Christina Liew said he had betrayed Sabahans and done great injustice to the people.
"Ronald, being a Sabahan himself, should understand the critical and pathetic situation facing Sabahans for almost four decades. The influx of illegal immigrants has a devastating impact on the people of Sabah, from prevalence of communicable disease to drug trafficking, mushrooming of squatter colonies and security issues. It is not surprising if there are more illegals than locals in some parts of the east coast of Sabah.
"Therefore, Ronald's rejection on the ground of irrelevancy is totally unacceptable," she said in a statement from Brisbane, Australia, Sunday.
Liew claimed that the illegals are becoming "king-makers" as they possess MyKads and have become Bumiputeras instantly, and thus have the power to shape the political destiny of Sabah.
"The presence of a large population of outsiders is so 'influential' that some of our government departments are giving way their (outsiders) antics. For example, we are not short of cases whereby local native lands are taken way in the name of development but, at the same time, illegals are allowed to build houses in our backyard or occupy State or Federal government quarters and lands."
While commending MP for Kimanis Datuk Anifah Aman's intention to set up the Parliamentary Select Committee to resolve Sabah's long-standing problems, Liew said whether he is able to achieve the desired results is left to be seen.
"We used to have a Sabah MP (in the person of Tan Sri Bernard Dompok) who was unable to get the co-operation of one particular Federal department in carrying out his duties as the then Chairman of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Integrity," she said.
Liew also queried Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on the outcome of the Committee to study the illegals issue (headed by him) as earlier announced and promised by the latter.
"Likewise, the announcement by the Chief Minister on the building of more detention centres in Sabah is a sheer waste of public funds and will not serve the purpose of getting rid of them."
PKR, she said, would not hesitate to suggest that the proposed detention centres be built in KL. "Perhaps only then will the Federal Government take a serious view of the problem plaguing Sabah."
Calling on Sabahans to start getting their act together, Liew said they must show the KL leadership that they (Sabahans) won't simply take any crap handed down to them just because Umno-led Barisan Nasional (BN) won 59 out of 60 State seats, and 24 out of 25 Parliamentary seats.
"We PKR urge all Sabah MPs to rise up and speak in one voice in Parliament. Tell the Federal Government 'enough is enough'. We want action, we want our Sabah MPs to walk the talk," she said.
THE DAILY EXPRESS
05 Jun 2008
Hari ni 2hb Jun 2008, setelah puas berehat dari menjadi jurugambar sempena Pesta Kaamatan Peringkat Negeri Sabah untuk tahun 2008, saya mengambil keputusan yang agak drastic (drastic kah) untuk kembali ke daerah saya membesar iaitu LAHAD DATU (LD sedap sikit bunyinya).
Memandangkan di KK pun tidur saja kerjanya, sampai sakit badan jadinya, sia tanpa berfikir panjang, ambil beg dan isi dua pasang baju (terlupa berus gigi, nanti beli di LD lah), sia terus ke KK dengan menaiki teksi (RM18). Jam di tangan time tu tu pun baru menunjukkan 5 petang. Kira masih ada masa lagi sebab bas malam akan bertolak dari Inanam pada jam 7.30pm, jadi sia p lah sana KK Plaza, pusing2 terbeli juga sia satu baju sebab kira murah juga tu, jenama Forest lagi…
Tapi yang pasti bila ke KK, akan ada kedai yang inda buli inda disingah ni, apa lagi kalau bukan kedai jual kamera. Ya lah dah jadi hobi. Cerita punya cerita dengan tauke kedai, melayang juga duit sia sebanyak RM590.00 sebab beli battery grip dan filter. Kira murah jugalah lah berbanding dengan beberapa kedai yang lain sebab sempat juga p tengok di
Dalam otak bila dah beli benda cam tu, memang gembira sakan, sebab dapat upgrade lah kunun camera tu sampai sia mau jalan p segama pun tersalah arah, adakah patut sia jalan ke CPS balik padahal segama tu di luar KK Plaza saja. Tapi tak pe, patah balik saja sebab teringat sangat mau makan di bawah jambatan tu. Bukannya sedap pun, cuma bestlah.
So naik teksi, dari KK ke Inanam (melayang lagi RM15). Bila sampai di terminal, emm tak lah ramai sangat orang macam hari raya kea pa kah, tapi yang menghairankan hampir semua tiket bas telah terjual, ADUSSSSSSS, pening kepala ni, mau saja balik ke KK, tapi sia tetap teruskan azam ni, pi lah cuba tanya2 dekat budak2 yang tengah bz angkat2 barang (nasib baik inda kena lempar dengan bungkusan), dan kira bernasib baik jugalah sia petang tu, sebab budak yang tunjukkan arah tu boleh pakai jugalah, sebab dia suruh sia p kaunter 12 untuk beli tiket ke LD.
Apa lagi terus ja keluarkan duit RM40. Dapat tiket ja terus sia p cari bas DYNA EXPRESS SDN BHD bernombor ST9669K (promosi murahan ni), duduk dekat kerusi bernombor 14, sebalah sia no 13 tu abang askar dari Sri Aman, nama Jeffrey tapi bertugas di Kem Lokawi, banyak lah dia punya cerita, sampai sia sendiri pun inda tercover, siap ada keropok lagi tu kena hiding oleh abang askar ni, ngehehehe, best juga cerita dia tapi sia, not on the mood. Jadi sepanjang perjalanan ke LD tu, hp sia lah jadi teman setia untuk telinga sia ni, walaupun di depan kena pasang movie cetak rompak, 10,000 BC, tetap inda menarik minat sia, (tapi kadang2 buka juga ear phone mau dengar, bukan pa, sia sudah tinguk begia tu movie, jadi jalan cerita dia sia tau, cuma menjadi tanda tanya, bapa budak tu hidup lagi kah?)
Macam biasa jugalah (bagi mereka yang biasa travel dari Tawau ke KK dengan menggunakan bas, pasti akan singgah mana2 destinasi untuk makan tengah malam (suffer), padahal mata baru saja berjinak-jinak mau tidur (tetidur sudah pun). Kali ni sia inda tau di mana kami singgah makan, sebab mau tanya tu conductor, malas lah pula, ya lah baru bangun
Tiket tertulis luch tapi untuk suffer tu sia kasih dengan pelayan, terus dia g tau, satu sayur dua lauk. Ya saja lah, yang penting dapat makan.
Lepas makan tu, jam lebih kurang 12 kira mula bertolak ke Lahad Datu….. dan bila sia buka mata ja, dah sampai lah pula, emmm penangan buntut ayam membuatkan sia tidur mati. Sampai di Fajar ngam ngam atau past past jam 3 pagi. (dalam otak, matilah di mana mau cari kereta ke bandar ni, tapi yang bestnya, turun ja, terus ada orang kempen naik keta diorang. Ya lah bukan baru first time ke sini
Alah bukannya jauh pun bandar dari Fajar Centre, naik keta sekitar 2 minit ja boleh sampai. Yah lah pagi2 buta memanglah tak ada jem
So pagi buta tu juga, sia kira mau p check in di Hotel Perdana, tapi masalah sia kena check out pula sebelum jam 12 pada hari yang sama, (emmm giler apa buang duit untuk beberapa jam. Jadi ambil keputusan untuk stay di coffee house dia sambil buat cerita dan layar internet.
Tepat jam 6 pagi pada 03hb Jun 2008, sia terus chech in di hotel tu, apa lagi, naik ja terus membuta. Bila tengok jam sekitar , rasa masih awal lagi sebab memang indada plan bah mau jalan p LD ni, jadi membuta lagilah sia.
Rasanya dah puas tidur, sia bangun, mandi dan bersiap dengan Canon 400D sia untuk ambil gambar lah kunun di sekitar Lahad Datu. Tapi plan tetiba berubah, nak sangat p sekolah lama SMK Agaseh sebab dah ditinggalkan sejak 1998. Kira 10 tahun sudah.
Naik teksi di minta RM4 je untuk ke tempat tu, kalau di
Ini sekolah sia dulu SMK AGASEH Lahad Datu dari tahun 1991-1998, terlalu banyak kenangan bersemadi
Lebih kurang 2 jam juga sia habiskan masa ambil pusing2 sekolah tu sambil ambil gambar. Kira mau menangis pun ada bila lihat sekolah lama yang pernah mendapat jolokan Sekolah Harapan Negara 1997 & Sekolah Dalam Taman.
Balik ke bandar LD, sempat juga sia p shopping sekejap ni (beli Colgate), pastu ambil2 gambar.
Jam di tangan menunjukkan sekitar 4 petang dan yang pasti time ni pasti ramai orang p pasar malam. Jadi sia pun inda mau ketinggalan tinguk2 apa yang ada di pasar malam tu. Dan yang pasti sia akan singgah di satu gerai jual kuih muih, sepa lagi kalau bukan jumpa c Norhazli Hamzah. Borak2 sikit, dia kasi tau dia dah kawin dah, tapi lum lagi ada anak sebab bz mengajar d
Kemudian, balik hotel, rasa macam orang gila juga sensorang, apa lagi call lah sesapa yg ada dalam phone book list sia, entah siapa semua tu sia call. Pun masih inda bulih hilang juga bosannya. Bah apa lagi, sia terus ambil keputusan untuk balik ke KK pada malam tu juga. Call kaunter bas Dyanna, nasib masih menyebelahi sebab ada juga tempat duduk untuk satu orang.
Sekitar jam sia p tungguh lah bas tu kunun, sekali tinguk jam 10 baru sampai dari Semporna. Tak pe lah tak juga bosan sebab otak dah d KK.
Duduk dekat tandas lagi tu di bas tu, kalau inda silap no 38, tapi yang bestnya dapat kenal sorang budak UMS, tak kenal nama tapi dengar member dia panggil WAN ja…..
Budak ni memang banyak cerita, tapi macam biasa juga sia jenis malas melayan orang, time benggang2 ni, time bosan2 lagi tu. Apa lagi, aktiviti biasa dilakukan oleh orang kalau ikut bas malam, TIDURRRRRRRR.
Memang best tahap dewa lah tidur malam2 dalam bas tu tapi penghawa dingginnya terlalu dinggin, sejuk gila babi oh. Dah lah sejuk, mamat bernama WAN tu pun ambil kesempatan jadikan bahu… diulang BAHU sia sebagai bantalnya.
Bila sampai di Inanam sekitar jam 4 pagi, sia pun fikir2 cam mana mau balik ke Kg Limbanak awal pagi buta ni, rupanya terlalu banyak teksi lah pula sudah tersadai di terminal tu, entah dari jam berapa. Tapi sia naik City Bus, RM1.50 ja dia hantar sampai ke airport, tapi wat pa sia p airport, turun di kk cari Bakso lagi best.
So, naik bas balik kampung, n continue my sleeping beauty. Ngehehehehe
p/s banyak lagi gambar yg akan sia upload di picasa nanti.