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Marcos’ Operation Merdeka for Sabah Claim Failed Because of Ninoy Aquino’s Presidential Ambition


welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

The same as the late president Ferdinand E. Marcos’ quest for Sabah claim, the president vows to continue it through bilateral agreements first. However, that is changing due to the recent deportation reports of around 7,000 Filipinos from Sabah. In fact, operation Merdeka (Freedom), was hatched by Marcos’ armed forces. The uprising is supposedly the excuse for the Philippine military to invade Sabah, which is originally owned by the Philippines had declared to be part of its territory. At that time, the country’s military is more powerful than that of the Federation of Malaysia, founded only in 1963.

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Operation Merdeka Destroyed by Mythical Jabidah Massacre

The so-called “Jabidah massacre” is the made-up murder story on Corregidor island on March 18, 1968, of allegedly 24 Muslim Tausug recruits trained by the military for Sabah claim attack. It is projected as an uprising among the ethnic group against the Malaysian government

Ninoy Aquino Used the Non-Existent Jabidah Massacre to Discredit Marcos

Then-senator Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino, Jr., who aspires to replace Marcos as president debunked the allegation of a Jabidah Massacre from the very start. His statements on this are preserved in the records of the Senate as his privilege speech delivered March 28, 1968. That cannot be denied by his son, former president Noynoy Aquino.

Pnoy’s Ignorance on his Father’s Betrayal

The Jabidah myth is so successful that even President Benigno S. Aquino in his Bangsamoro Basic Law falsely compared the Mamasapano massacre of 44 police commandos to the nonexistent “Jabidah massacre.” His ignorance is a mockery to the fallen heroes of the nation. His incompetence actually caused their deaths as the commander-in-chief.

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MNLF and MILF are not the Sultanate of Sulu

Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) used the false Jabidah allegation to trigger Muslim youth’s anger to rally their demands. The MNLF’s (Moro Islamic Liberation Front) Misuari also portrayed it as the collection of genocidal attacks against the Moros; to press that a Bangsamoro—an independent nation-state of the Moros is necessary. They currently put a stop on the ceasefire with government forces. This is after the president warns them that they will be pursued if they give refuge to terrorists. They are the players of Aquino’s lies and has nothing to do with the Sultanate of Sulu, the heir of Sabah.

‘Jabidah’ was a big hoax


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No Compromise for Sabah Claim: Duterte backs the Sultanate

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
North Borneo or Sabah belongs to the Sultanate of Sulu and the Philippine government now recornized it as sovereign ancestral property again like in older times therefore, there is no more denying that Sabah is a Philippine territory regardless of the Malaysian Referendum held by their Federal government showing Filipinos prefer to stay there.

Regardless of the outcome whether the Malaysian government will resume their yearly rental or submit to the newly drafted BBL conditions, the Sultanate of Sulu will not compromise it’s ownership. It has to be returned to the Sultanate or to the Philippines for that matter.

Excerpts from Manny Piñol’s Post: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, said that the Philippine Government must never abandon the Sultanate of Sulu and the people of the islands West of the country in their search for the recognition of their proprietary rights claim over Sabah. “The proprietary claim of the heirs of the Sultan of Sulu and the people of the islands West of the Philippines cannot be ignored and abandoned by their own government”.

Duterte’s position on the Sabah Claim also indicates his strong and ardent adherence to social justice and the protection of the Filipinos’ rights over what they claim as theirs. “It cannot be denied that there is a recognition of the proprietary right of the Sultanate over Sabah and that is the yearly payment being made by the Malaysian government to the heirs of the Sultan,” Duterte said recently.