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Kris Aquino’s Wrath Uncovers Salim Connection in Relation to Sabah Claim

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By: Elena Grace Flores

Amidst criticism of how his government handled the Lahad Datu standoff, former President Noynoy Aquino said that the Sabah claim situation is a result of a conspiracy. Aquino blames the family of the late Sultan Jamalul Kiram for putting the lives of about 800,000 Filipinos in Sabah in danger. Kiram’s men could not have settled on such course of action alone. We have also noticed how our critics have stuck to a single messaging line to exacerbate a situation that has already grown dire,” Aquino said. However, listening to her younger sister’s wrath, his conspiracy theory seems to be true but not on the side of his opponents but all statements and actions seem to be pointing at his family. z

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Marcos’ Strategy

Jabidah is the name of a special commando unit of then-president Ferdinand Marcos to regain Sabah in the 1960s. This is a secret plot to destabilise Sabah so that the Philippines can officially claim it back from Malaysia. The dispute over ownership of Sabah dates back to the Sultanate of Sulu which ruled until the 19th century in the southern Philippines. Malaysia still pays a rental fee to the descendants of Sultan Kiram until prior to the standoff in Lahad Datu.

Ninoy’s Black Media Propaganda

In one of his speeches, the late Ninoy Aquino who is the father of Ninoy discloses the Jabidah. The Muslim fighters of Marcos reportedly cross-fired with the government forces in an attempt to bury any evidence of the plot. This is ultimately a part of the black media propaganda launched against the most admired Filipino leader. The story manages to spark deep divisions in the Philippines that led to one of the world’s longest insurgencies – a Muslim secessionist movement that exist for decades.

Killing for the Sake of Money

Kris Aquino’s threats to Nicko Falcis insinuate that their family can just kill anyone when one pisses them off. The commentaries link her statements to the assassination of their patriarch. The death of Ninoy ignites the people’s false hatred to former President Marcos that results to the easy installation of his widow, Cory Aquino as Marcos’ replacement in the executive office. This signifies that they can kill even their own just to get ahead, according to the commentators.

The Other Conspiracy Theory

The current conspiracy that notable commentators uncover is about the personal drama of Kris Aquino, the sister of Noynoy and daughter of Ninoy. Ms. Aquino’s trouble with her former aide show’s her borrowing an airplane from an Indonesian oligarch of the Salim Group connected to Albert del Rosario who has the connection with Associate Justice Antonio Carpio who is blocking the current administration’s joint exploration in the South China Sea with the Chinese government. Manny Pangilinan who monopolizes many large businesses in the country is also in touch with the same group. He is the one who wants the share of the Spratly islands to go to the Salim group. Fortunately. China refuses to do so because it must go to the country’s treasury itself and not to a private entity. This pisses ex-Pnoy off.

The Aquinos’ Loyalty to the Malaysians

Based on the moves of the governments of the Aquinos’, it is clear that they are more pro-Malaysians than pro-Filipinos. When the son failed to protect his people in Lahad Datu, his mother officially withdraws from the Sabah claim as promised by her husband to their principals. She’s the first president that loses a Philippine territory that is still in dispute. Their Liberal Party stalwarts can only return the blame to President Rodrigo Du30 in his dealings with China. However, based on the records, the Chinese are actually more sympathetic to the Filipinos compared to the Aquinos. The Chinese government would only turnover any financial proceeds from the country to country deals to the country and not to these yellow oligarchs.

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Even the Earthquake Attests that Sabah Belongs to the Philippines

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

The 7.3-magnitude quake that measures at a depth of 380 miles or 617 km hits the center of the Celebes Sea. It is between the Philippines and Indonesia. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre (PTWC) states that there is no tsunami threat because the earthquake is located too deep inside the earth. However, Metro Manila announces that a magnitude-6.7 earthquake manifests in Surigao City. It is also experienced in Sabah.






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[VIDEO]: KOTA KINABALU: Tremors were felt in the city center here and in Sandakan. That prompts city dwellers to rush out of buildings in panic.



The Quake is Experienced in Sabah

People run out of high buildings after tremors are felt in eastern Sabah. It happens after a magnitude 7.3 earthquake strikes the Celebes Sea, off the Philippines. It hit about 466km east of Semporna. Many people account that they are shaking. The tremors are also felt in various parts of the east coast. That include Sandakan and Tawau – as well as in Sabah’s state capital, Kota-Kinabalu.




Learning from Surigao Quake

PHIVOLCS Director Renato Solidum explains that the first lesson Metro Manila learns from the quake is how non-engineered buildings pose a greater danger to human life than the quake itself. During earthquakes, skyscrapers are often thought of as the biggest hazards. However, the damages on small to medium-sized buildings, outnumber large buildings in most disasters, just like in Surigao.




Casualty Estimates

Solidum estimates that 31,000 people along the West Valley Fault in Metro Manila are affected. This is when a magnitude 7.2 earthquake hit there alone. It is actually higher according to JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency) study. Their count is 34,000. Around 21,000 people can die as a result. This does not include nearby provinces of Bulacan, Cavite, and Laguna. Those places also lie on the West Valley Fault.






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Geographically Related

Sabah and the Philippines are not only related in historical and geographical terms. Even their fault lines are connected. This somehow indicates that Sabah’s mother country is naturally the Philippines and not Malaysia as claimed by the Filipinos. The Malaysians cannot accept this fact despite their yearly lease payment. Nevertheless, this is nature’s way of keeping the Sabah issue warm for the next DILG Secretary, Bongbong Marcos.



http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/01/10/sabah-shaken-by-quake/

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/752240/earthquake-7-3-Philippines-undersea-Jolo-Indonesia-Celebes-Sea

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/600133/news/nation/what-metro-manila-can-learn-from-the-surigao-quake

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Agbimuddin Kiram Did Not Lead Sabah Standoff but the Son and they Continue Jamalul Kiram III’s Sabah Claim Wish

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

It is a personal knowledge that the late Agbimuddin Kiram is way too old and sickly since 2005 to lead the Sabah Standoff in Lahad Datu in 2013. However, he continues to inspire his group headed by his son, Datu Sayed. The group follows the no retreat or no surrender principle when it comes to Sabah Claim. It is totally voluntary and not all of them are Muslim. Some are Catholics. “Over my dead body” sort of mentality. The government has no choice but to support them despite the outcome because their existence is real. No one can kill their nationalistic spirit. The Lahad Datu casualties only multiply the Royal Army equipped with a vengeance.






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[VIDEO]: BT: Sultan Jamalul Kiram III, pumanaw dahil sa multiple organ failure



Continue to Fight for Sabah

Sultan Jamalul Kiram III is the acknowledged leader of the Sultanate of Sulu and North Borneo. The sultanate acquired Sabah as a prize for helping the Sultan of Brunei against his enemies that rebelled against his reign.It did not relinquish its sovereignty over Sabah and only leased the territory to the Briitish North Borneo Company starting in 1878. Sultan Jamalul died in 2013 but made his wish known to his wife and daughter; for Filipinos to continue to pursue Sabah. Whatever belongs to the Philippines must be returned.




The Inspiration

The alleged Sabah Standoff leader as reported by mainstream media died in 2015. Kiram, also known as Datu Puing, died at his home at Barangay Tubig Indangan in the town of Simunul in Tawi-Tawi where he is ever since. He continues to inspire his men for the quest through the leadership of his son, Datu Sayed.




Lahad Datu Standoff

In February 2013, Kiram led a group of about 200 armed members of the Sultanate of Sulu to Lahad Datu, Sabah. Their intention is to go home and look for jobs. They pick up arms to defend themselves because they know that there’s resistance to their activity.  It is a suicide mission to try to revive the sultanate’s claim to Sabah or now the Eastern Malaysian state. They call themselves the Royal Sultanate Forces. That caused the death of 60 people – 52 Filipinos and 8 Malaysian policemen. 6,000 Filipinos are forced to flee Sabah because of then president Noynoy Aquino’s betrayal. Datu Sayed who is speculated to carry out his father’s mission allegedly escaped.






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Just a Propaganda War for Pnoy

President Benigno Aquino III considers the standoff a propaganda war. He maintained that the Philippines’ dormant claim to Sabah should not be resolved by taking up arms. The truth is, the Sultanate’s men are forced to take up their arms because of his incompetence. In actuality, Sultan Jamalul at first is against the mission but when Agbimuddin’s men carried out the plan, he supported them all the way. This is a very important trait of a leader – never to leave his men in battle. Sad to say, very unlike Pnoy. However, there’s hope in the President and Bongbong Marcos’ leadership when it comes to the Sabah Claim.



http://interaksyon.com/article/73106/jamalul-kiram-iii-dies-daughter-says-sultan-wants-pinoys-to-continue-fight-for-sabah

http://www.rappler.com/nation/80696-agbimuddin-kiram-dies

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How the Malaysians Punish Poor Filipinos for Sabah and Bangsamoro Stints of Bongbong Marcos

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Barter trading is a centuries-old practice that goes back to the time when “barter traders” directly exchanged goods for other goods or services without using currencies. They still call it barter even if it has transformed into regular commercial trading using monetary bills. It is temporarily banned by the Malaysian government due to the Lahad Datu standoff with the Sultanate of Sulu declaring its Sabah sovereignty. The ban is lifted just recently but strict rules are applied that made the lives of the marginalized poor even harder.






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[VIDEO]: Barter trading activities in all ports in Sabah have been suspended with immediate effect.



Ninoy Aquino’s Move

Ninoy’s son, Aquino III, tried to please the Malaysians for their financial support by signing a law that created a Bangsamoro nation-state. It is complete with its clearly defined people, its territory, and its armed forces that comprise the description of a nation-state status. This is as if the Sabah invasion is not enough and the Malaysians wish to own the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao or the ARMM. This is manifested by the leftist groups; the MILF, MNLF and the CPP-NPA.




Bongbong Marcos Interfered

Marcos’ son, Bongbong Marcos, blocked the conspiracy and exposed this Bangsamoro Basic Law’s violations of the Constitution. The Senate hearings he spearheaded convinced even those supporting it to junk it or at least, amend it so it would conform to our Constitution. He also blocked the Moro Islamic Liberation Front from using it to create the group’s own independent nation.



The Poor’s Suffering

Nuria Malagday, who buys rice regularly at a market in Tawi-Tawi said that she used to be able to buy a sack for the equivalent of US$12 (RM53), but the price had doubled in recent months. Her son, is a tricycle driver and sole breadwinner after her husband’s death. If he earns enough money in a day for  3kg of rice, she makes porridge out of it. If he earns less, they just drink water and then sleep. She has ten children.


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Sabah- Mindanao Trade Must not Require Passport

Residents of Western Mindanao prefer to purchase goods in Sabah, where commodities are cheap. It is also easier for Tawi-Tawi residents to sail to Sabah than to sail to Zamboanga City. This is a customary trade habit during ancient times when Sabah functions as part of the Philippines. Starting April 15 the Malaysian government requires Filipinos and other foreigners to also present passports or seaman books.This will be implemented in the ports of Sandakan, Tawau, Kudat, and the Federal Territory of Labuan. Malaysia will limit traders’ stay in Sabah for a maximum of 7 days maximum. Boat crew will also be prohibited from transferring to other boats until they reaches their port of origin.





http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2016/11/24/sabah-barter-trade-ban-hits-poor-filipinos-hard/

The Marcoses and the Aquinos compared

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Marcos Backed Merdeka and Lahad Datu Karma: America First to Boycott Sabah Oil

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Malaysia’s Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Raymond Tan Shu Kiah expresses his disappointment over America’s  policy change. The U.S. made the ‘America First’ decision to dump the bipartisan trade policy. The new president says no’ to the TPP Agreement. TPP was a global and free trading key into America and South America. The Malaysians want their CPO (Crude Palm Oil) to go to the United States but they have to find alternatives after being rejected.




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Sabah’s Alternative

The Malaysian government looks on the alternative that China is promoting, the RCEP. It is a bigger package than the TPP Agreement as it involves 16 countries, covering more than 800 million people. For now, Sabah puts its America and South America ambitions on hold and be watchful of the US President’s decision on global trading.




China and India Markets

Malaysia moves towards China now but it is nothing new as Malaysia is already one of the earliest ASEAN countries to enter into business with China.The other bigger market that they look into is India. They are actually selling more CPO to India compared to China. They are captured markets for a product from Sabah, the land they leased from the Sultanate of Sulu.




Sabah’s Agricultural Agenda

Sabah continues on with its industrial agenda, which is gas. The development of a second ammonia plant at that Sipitang Oil and Gas Industrial Park (SOGIP) in 2017 is ongoing. The project is estimated to cost between RM6 billion and RM8 billion. They expect a hefty return on their much bigger investment on a different chemical based downstream natural gas. That if they are lucky enough despite their invasion of Sabah that belongs to the Philippines.






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Bongbong Marcos is the Hope for Avenging Merdeka and Lahad Datu

The late Ferdinand E. Marcos who launched operation Merdeka to claim back Sabah failed because of Ninoy Aquino’s connivance with the Malaysians that supported his presidential bid against Marcos. This betrayal is through the leftists or government rebels like the MILF, MILF, CPP and the NPA. They are separate factions from the Muslims of the Sultanate of Sulu. They have nothing to do with the Sabah Claim but demanded conditions favorable to the Malaysians in the Bangsamoro agreement like dropping its claim contrary to what the Sabah heirs aim for. Bongbong Marcos, the son of the late president is the hope for Filipinos to avenge Merdeka and Lahad Datu casualties and finally claim back Sabah.



http://www.theborneopost.com/2017/02/03/sabah-turns-to-china-india/