“Malay-sia” and the northern gangland
Look at The Star report on the MCA president today (screenshot below).
It’s ‘Malay-sia’ to The Star
I do believe the MCA newspaper is trying to popularize this hyphenated spelling “Malay-sia” of our country.
At the bottom of this page is a screenshot of the contents listing today in Star Online. Again same spelling: “Malay-sia”. Is the MCA paper trying to tell its millions of readers something?
In the article ‘MCA: PAS will ruin country‘, Dr Chua Soi Lek is quoted by The Star as saying the Islamist party will ruin the country. Hmmm, ruin the Malay part or the Sia part?
(Postscript: Among hyphenated country names are Bosnia-Herzegovina and Guinea-Bissau.)
Anyway, the same article also informs us that Kulim is an MCA state seat.
What looks like a gangland killing took place in Kulim earlier on 25 Jan 2013.
Execution: Shot in the head
A 38-year-old Chinese contractor was shot at close range by a gunman and died on the spot from a bullet to the brain.
There appears to be a marked increase in Chinese triad activity. This kongsi gelap trend was noticeable in Penang but Kulim is MCA territory.
What organized crime is going on in the wards administered by DAP and MCA politicians?