Posts tagged ‘Hannah Yeoh’
Our FirstLady Speaker cirit-birit pun J-Star jadikan tajuk berita.
Porky Fries betui! (more…)
Baguslah tu. Amar makruf nahi mungkar. (more…)
If Anwar Ibrahim is sent to Kajang prison, will his wife finally begin to visit her Kajang constituency more often?
Wan Azizah has been Kajang Adun for 7 months, 5 days already. What has she done for the area?
Are the Pakatan voters happy with having a representative who does not concentrate on serving the PKR ward but is instead distracted by her husband’s many problems? (more…)
Ada cara untuk membetulkan bendera kebangsaan kita yang diterbalikkan oleh bebudak berambut warna perang ini.
Mereka-mereka ini lulusan Sekolah Demokrasi DAP, kot. (more…)
“Who cares if they can speak Malay or not?? As long as they are smarter than the Malay students and teachers in sekolah kebangsaan!! And please get the Malays to learn English. Their English is worse than the Bangladeshis!!”
The DAP’s “Malaysian Malaysia” is Lee Kuan Yew’s brainchild.
Excerpt below from Prof. Leo Suryadinata’s paper titled ‘Citizenship, Indigenism and Ethnic Chinese in Southeast Asia: Some Observations’.
Prof. Suryadinata writes:
“The first serious challenge [to Malay indigeneity] came from the Singapore leaders in Malaysia in May 1965. Lee Kuan Yew, for instance, engaged in a debate with Ja’afar Albar, then secretary-general of Umno, after the Malaysian election. Lee challenged the special status and privileges of the Malays, arguing that no one racial group was any more native than the others. (more…)
The latest news in Ismaweb today – ‘Pembela buat laporan polis terhadap perwakilan Gerakan’.
Pembela is a coalition of more than 50 Muslim NGOs. Isma plays a leading role in Pembela; Isma deputy president Aminuddin Yahya is also the Pembela deputy chairman.
The Gerakan delegate in his speech at his party AGM said that Malays are pendatang too. His contention is a popular refrain among the opposition-supporting Chinese (who make up 90 percent of the Chinese population in Malaysia and include Gerakan and MCA members). (more…)