One such person is Doris Jones a.k.a Doris Yapp Kim Yuon, a Sabahan-born para legal based in UK, now a British citizen (2015) after having a PR status in the UK for almost 20 years.
She is the founder of a UK based NGO, Sabah Sarawak Union – UK (previously known as Sabah Sarawak Keluar Malaysia, SSKM), an organization that claims to champion the rights of Sabah Sarawak and fights for the secession of Sabah Sarawak from Malaysia.
The self-proclaimed ‘Lone Survivor’ claims to be the hero of all Sabahans and Sarawakians because she dares to fight against the so-called ‘unjust system’ (Malaysian Government).
In a recent Facebook post, she boldly claim that she is the only person in Sabah that has able to successfully brought to the attention of the British Government and to Her Royal Highness, The Queen of England, SSU-UK’s fight to claim back the 18/20 Point conditions stated in the Malaysian Agreement (MA63).
How can a ‘Lone Wolf’ have such influence over the British Government and HRH the Queen of England?
How it is possible for her, the self-proclaimed ‘voice of Sabahan and Sarawakian’, to declare to the world that all Sabahan and Sarawakian want to secede from Malaysia? She is not even a Malaysian citizen, let alone talk in fluent Bahasa Malaysia.
The recent 2016 Sarawak State election which saw the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN-Sarawak) party winning a landslide victory has chosen its leader. The same goes with Sabah in the 2013 general election. The elected representative and leaders are successfully claiming back the rights of Sabah and Sarawak under the MA63. A lot has been gained and accomplished in the recent years regarding the autonomy of Sabah Sarawak and more was promised by the Prime Minister Najib Razak in his recent speech and statements.
How can a ‘lone voice’ represent the aspiration and determination of over 6 million people of Sabah and Sarawak?
A word of advice to Doris Jones.
“Stop tarnishing Malaysia’s image with your self-righteous brand of justice.”
“If you truly are adamant in championing the rights of Sabah Sarawak, its best for you to renounce your British citizenship, return to Sabah and register as a candidate for the next GE14.”
“AND, if you somehow win the election and elected as the people’s representative, then and ONLY THEN can you truly claim yourself as the voice of the Sabahan people”.
“If you can’t even do any of that, then don’t even dare to claim that you know what is best for all Sabahan and Sarawakian.”