Posts tagged ‘Lim Kit Siang’
Some of you may still recall Hannah Yeoh was tweeting – on the morning of 1hb Syawal about a month-and-a-half ago – about her cruise around Subang during Aidil Fitri in search of food. She ate a meal of dry Bak Kut Teh.
However when she later sought to explain the food craving that prompted her drive-about in Subang, she tweeted instead an Instagram of chicken rendang and ketupat. (more…)
Fifteen-and-a-half months ago, way before the likelihood of an all-Malay, ruling legislature in Selangor socks us between the eyes, Dr Mahathir Mohamad already warned that it will happen.
The PKR kangaroo court has just sentenced Khalid Ibrahim in absentia.
Our Menteri Besar is sacked by his party. (By “our”, I’m speaking as an anak jati Selangor – born here, residing here and voted here in past elections.) This move is the prelude to ousting TS Khalid from his MB post.
In order to push their ouster of him, PKR, DAP and their supporters have unforgivably fitnah the man. It is despicable but not unsurprising the kind of lies that they can concoct.
Kit Siang, Guan Eng, DAP and their Dapsters are pointing a gun to your head.
They do that in order to extract your compliance to their “Malaysian Malaysia”.
Lim Kit Siang in his website yesterday extolled Malaysian Malaysia, the DAP’s idea of a united country.
Jangan mudah tunduk kepada terjahan ‘anti-Semitisme’, yang mana dalam konteks politik Malaysia mengambil rupabentuk tuduhan “anti-Cina”. Kononnya sesiapa yang mengkritik tindakan Israel adalah “anti-Semitik” manakala sesiapa yang mengkritik DAP adalah “anti-Cina”.
Do you think if our country was invaded by Klingons that the DAP supporters would consider it their duty as loyal Malaysians to rally behind the PM and government?
Did they “rally behind the PM and Malaysian government in the wake of the brutal downing of the MH17″ (words within quote marks borrowed from Big Dog)?
Did they rally behind the PM and Malaysian government in the wake of the disappearance of the MH370? (more…)
Yuki Tan is wife to DAP Tanjong MP Ng Wei Aik who is former political secretary to Lim Guan Eng.
Responding to the MH17 crash, Yuki wrote in her Facebook, “What kind of rotten country is this place!” (see screenshot below). (more…)