In his speech at the MCA general assembly, Najib Razak gave the delegates an assurance that the Chinese education stream would not be disturbed.
However the BN chairman added one caveat. He said to the BN’s anchor Chinese party members that they all have to make an effort to learn our country’s national language. (more…)
Dark spirits are whiskey, brandy, scotch and bourbon. Clear spirits are vodka, gin, rum and tequila.
Happy spirits refer to the drinks selection available at stores selling liquor and in watering holes such as pubs, clubs and bars.
Holey spirit refers to DAP evangelistas whose stories are so full of holes that you must be real drunk on J-Juice to believe them. (more…)
R.I.P. — Chinese representation in BN.
The Chinese have once again spoken. Loud and clear.
Their rejection of Najib Razak’s appeal made at the MCA general assembly can be interpreted that the party representing their race has little influence left among the Chinese electorate and no bargaining power left within the BN. (more…)
Ibrahim Ali was at the Palace of Justice last Oct 14 when he declared that his organization is all for peace and harmony among Malaysians of different races and religions.
The Perkasa chief told the crowd gathered at the court complex that morning how Christians are like his own family just as how the Christian evangelists always say Muslims are their brothers and sisters. (more…)
Today is the seventh day of my October retrospective, which began on Oct 7. Indulging in “see-I-told-you [since three years ago, hah!]” is most satisfying, I must say.
Having completed a whole week revisiting old writings, I will admit that I’m personally happy with the current format of my blog.
Lee Kuan Yew: “You can have enormous trouble once religions clash” (more…)
A crowd of more than 12,000 people thronged the event at the church in Wan Azizah’s DUN constituency – see Hannah Yeoh’s tweet below.
Julian Leow Beng Kim said it was “with humility and meekness that [he] accept this appointment as the fourth Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur”. (more…)