Malaysiakini : Falcon: Najib, what is there to deny when in the
latest census, Sabah is the third-most populous state in the country and
has the highest proportion of non-citizens - 23.7 percent!
And what about the "city of illegals" - the squatters in stilt houses over the water, where even the brave fear to go in?
What shame! What madness!
Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) president Maximus Ongkili, from 1985, your
party has been sleeping with BN and yet you did nothing. All of a sudden
you put the blame on BN because you now have new partners.
What hypocrisy. It's difficult to respect you and your PBS.
BusinessFirst: Najib, if not Umno, then who issued ICs for votes? DAP again, I suppose.
it was Lim Guan Eng as finance minister who did it during the 22 months
of Harapan rule. Before that time, no one million ICs were issued and
there were no undocumented migrants.
the ‘ketuanans’ to "secure" the borders... and quietly keep the gates
open for a fee. Now after all these years of "cash is king", it is
‘Malusia, Truly Asia’.
Victims of mass exodus, thousands of migrants stranded at exit points
Open Minded 2281: The thousands of migrant workers stranded at KLIA is due to the failure of the Immigration Department.
The Immigration Department has also failed Malaysians who are applying for or renewing their passports. Going further afield, see how thousands of Malaysians are waiting for their passport renewal in Australia.
all the above does not warrant taking disciplinary action against the
director-general, then there is no hope for the civil service in
Hmmmmmmmm: Why do we still need to fine
them? Those who want to go home, just send them home, especially when
we can't even cope with the exodus. Just close all the payment counters.
Visible: Indeed, now that all legal and undocumented migrants want to go back on their own, why block them?
government should be happy because these migrants are using their own
money to go back home instead of doing so after being caught and
detained, where we have to provide them food.
In such cases, we also need to arrange for them to be sent back to their country by air. Isn't it a waste of public funds then?
You have thousands who are leaving and you can only process 100
payments a day? And how many people do you have working at the counters?
Someone ought to be sacked.
BlueShark1548: Typical of Bolehland, gave these foreigners time to go back but failed to anticipate that many may leave at the last minute.
is a case of poor organisation and no initiative leading to a greater
mess and making those leaving suffer the consequences of their
PurpleGopher1703: I feel sad for
our fellow human beings. These are mostly financially poor people who
struggle to make an honest living to feed their families and have a
break in life.
This is what most of our forefathers looked like and through their hard work, we are living a comfortable life.
am really sorry to see that in this day and age, people are still
divided into rich and poor. Remember one thing, most of the houses we
live in, the food we eat and our dirty maintenance work were done with
their sweat and blood.
I hope the day will come when they will be
treated fairly. Compare that to the sense of entitlement and lethargic
work attitude on this side of the fence.