All about the genuine Sabah Claim Society

ATTENTION! This blog is the genuine Sabah Claim Society.

We are Philippine patriots who have grouped together from around the world and who created the Sabah Claim Society group originally on Facebook on 15 July 2011 and counted close to 6,000 members.

But on 5 October 2011 our group on Facebook was traitorously hijacked by two people we had invited to join us as group admins but who, we learned later on, had been hired to sabotage our patriotic group by a group of sinister individuals sporting fake European sounding nobility titles and other spurious Tausug/Sulu titles ['bestowed' and indiscriminately distributed on Facebook] and organized by a combined team of charlatans namely a datu (sporting a fake sultan title) and the latter's handler who is conveniently sporting an absolutely fake 'princely' title as well.

Please be warned that the said group of individuals, we believe, are in fact con artists out to "claim" Sabah for "get rich quick" reasons and are not genuine Philippine patriots. Their motive, we have discovered, is to be able to convince Malaysians that they are genuine Sulu royalty and pro-Philippine Sabah claim supporters in order to extract from Malaysia (which has control of Sabah today) a premium for letting go of the Sabah claim.

For more information on the Philippine Sabah claim, please join the ongoing discussions by clicking on the following link on Facebook: Philippine Sabah Claim Forum


Saturday, 13 April 2013

For being "illegal", Filipinos in Sabah are beaten, jailed by Malaysian police before deportation

There are those who still believe that Malaysians are kind to Filipinos in Sabah. Think again

Standard Operational Procedure in Sabah: Filipinos who are considered illegal in Sabah are given rattan cane lashings -- and often coupled with a jail sentence -- before they are "deported" from their own homeland and this has been going on for years. Yet, not a squeak to protest this abominable practice has been heard from successive leaders of the Republic.

We know first hand that the ONLY "crime" of many of those Filipinos who were given rattan cane lashings and jail sentence before final deportation was that they had gone back to Sabah and were caught after they had been deported by Malaysian police once or twice before.

~~ Admins, Defenders of the Philippine Sabah and Spratly Claims
13 April 2013
SAYS PROBE BODY:‘Malaysian cops beat Filipino deportees’Agence France-PresseFirst Posted 15:37:00 10/04/2008Filed Under: Labor, Migration, Human Rights, Crime, Laws 
ZAMBOANGA CITY, Philippines -- Illegal Filipino workers expelled from Malaysia's Sabah state have been severely beaten by police, a fact-finding body said Saturday. 
Thousands of Filipinos, including women and children, remained in Malaysian detention centers "and suffering from inhumane conditions," said Luzviminda Ilagan, a member of the Philippines House of Representatives and of the Fact-Finding Committee on Sabah Deportees. 
"Filipino detainees and those who were already deported to the Philippines have experienced severe beatings from Malaysian police while under detention," she told reporters in the southern port city of Zamboanga which serves as the transit point for deported Filipinos. 
Ilagan urged the government to provide the deportees with aid to ensure they would not return as illegals to Sabah. 
She also pushed for a House-level inquiry into the alleged abuses by Malaysian police. Malaysia announced a fresh crackdown on illegals early this year and thousands of Filipinos have been deported since. 
The committee, composed of the Association for the Rights of Children in South East Asia, Migrante International, and Gabriela Women?s Party, was formed to investigate alleged human rights abuses against undocumented Filipino workers and immigrants in Sabah. 
The state, which lies between the Philippines to the north and Indonesia's Kalimantan to the south, is a magnet for immigrants who work on construction sites and oil palm plantations. 
Malaysian authorities say 130,000 illegal migrants are in Sabah but local politicians put the figure as high as 500,000. 
According to the Philippine government, an estimated 200,000 Filipinos are living and working in Malaysia without valid visas and nearly 3,000 are in jail waiting to be deported. 
Link to story:


  1. The world is all about survical of the fittest. Do not blame others if as a nation/race u lost because you didnt compete and strive to move on with the rest of the world. :|

  2. You are getting ahead of yourself, Sara. Nothing is lost... the competition has just begun. This time the Malayan race will have to devise all sorts of things to ensure that they survive ;-)