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Friday, June 26, 2009

Dayak Dilemma-Why We Are Still Not Recognised?

Tan Sri Sidek...Failed to understand the real issue that affecting the Dayak..Stupid and Blind!

I was not surprised with Tan Sri Mohd Sidek, the Chief Secretary answered to a question on the proposal to remove the term "lain-lain" from Official government forms. Accotrding to him the proposal could be considered and implemented if it could achieve the 1Malaysia concept that was advocated by PM Najib Razak.
But being the dayak myself , I just could not understand how such a high position goverment servant like Tan Sri Sidek still did not understand the main issue here, and the relation between 1Malaysia concept and the replacement of "lain-lain" with specific ethnics in Malaysia such as Dayak, Kadazandusun or Orang Asli. By catogarized us under lain-lain, we felt that our contribution to the nation has not been fairly recognized by the Malaysian government.
In Malaysian history for example, Iban has been involved in defending this country from its enemies since the first emergency in 1948 until now. This can bee seen with the numbers of Iban Officers and Soldiers being awarded with PGB and SP, whereby more than 35 of the total recipients of the two galantary awards are Ibans.
If this is still not sufficient what about the number of the Iban MPs? What will happen to Barisan Nasional if these MPs leave BN and join Pakatan Rakyat ? What about the seats won by Kadazandusun in Sabah ? Just imagine if Iban and Kadazandusun (the biggest groups in Sabah and Sarawak that are categorized as lain-lain by government) quit BN enbloc. Do you think that PM Najib can still be PM and Tan Sri Sidek services as Chief Secretary be extended ?
To BN and Tan Sri Sidek, before too late please replace the term lain-lain with Dayak or Kadazandusun NOW !

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"Agi Idup Agi Ngelaban"
Borneo the Land of The Dayak!

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