Posts tagged ‘Lim Kit Siang’
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…)
Lim Kit Siang’s 16 July 2014 press statement is titled ‘Malaysians committed to justice will not rest until the cover up of Teoh Beng Hock’s criminal and senseless killing five years ago are exposed and the killers brought to justice’.
Beng Hock’s body was found on 16 July 2009 and yesterday was the 5th anniversary of his death.
His funeral had been turned into a media circus by the DAP.
The Father, the Son and the Holy Hannah … these DAP politicians receive the support of 90 percent Chinese who staunchly share their beliefs.
DAP supporters are really in denial. They absolutely cannot fathom any point of view from non-Chinese eyes. Nothing can penetrate their thick skull. Nothing. (more…)
Out of the abundance of her heart,
the mouth of Madame Speaker speaks
– see Hannah Yeoh’s tweets below. (more…)
Lim Kit Siang reveals that his Dapsters think Isma are:
“Extremists; fanatics; moronic; Nazi; deranged sickos; stupid; racist; vitriolic hate; gila; seditious; defamatory; berserk; paranoia; bigot; cancerous; cave man; idiot; delusional; inferiority complex, etc.
The DAP Mursyidul Am said the compilation above still leaves out the even more colourful name-calling which are too rude to be published in his blog.
Source of title quote, ‘Dr M: Jais wrong, should go back to Quran’ (Malaysiakini, breaking news)
Scary thought, ain’t it, that Dyana could still manage to garner a total of 19,919 votes.
Why scary ah?
Eh, not scary meh? Cuba lah tengok dengan biji mata sendiri. (more…)
Syarikat keluarga Lim & Karpal membolot 4 kerusi daripada 38 kerusi Parlimen DAP, yakni 10.5 peratus jawatan.
Anak-anak Karpal, iaitu Gobind dan Ramkarpal, adalah MP Puchong dan MP Bukit Gelugor masing-masing.
Anak-beranak Kit Siang dan Guan Eng adalah MP Gelang Patah dan MP Bagan.
Dua keluarga ‘di-Raja’ DAP ini menempah 4 kerusi daripada 38 kerusi yang diperolehi parti itu di Dewan Rakyat. (more…)
The Malaysian Insider today published yet another op-ed saying:
“Religious tension was raised several notches over the past weeks by Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia’s (Isma) Chinese-bashing statements, as well as a seminar held in Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) earlier this month at which speakers demonised Christianity.”
Kit Siang’s past pol-secs have succeeded to become YBs — Teresa Kok, Teng Chang Khim, Chow Kon Yeow, Ean Yong Hian Wah, Lee Kee Hiong, Kasthuriraani Patto.
However, none of the others have melded with the mentor as much as Dyana Sofya has. (more…)
In 1953 the year of Nigeria’s independence, there were 45.3 percent Muslims in the population compared to 21.4 percent Christians and 33.3 percent belonging to other folk religions.
In 2010 it was estimated that 49.3% of the Nigerian population are now Christian compared to 48.8% Muslim. Meanwhile the animists and holders of traditional spiritual beliefs were almost totally wiped out. (more…)
TalentCorp adalah syarikat consultancy di bawah Jabatan Perdana Menteri yang telah dibayar upah beratus juta ringgit. Ia satu lagi PROJEK IDRIS JALA.
Mengikut bajet 2014, projek khas TalentCorp tahun ini sahaja dianggarkan memakan kos RM58,450,000. (more…)
Akaun Twitter @najibrazak sedang following 138 orang selebriti termasuklah pemimpin-pemimpin negara jiran seperti Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Lee Hsien Loong, Yingluck Shinawatra beserta Barack Obama, David Cameron, dll.
Di kalangan pemimpin tempatan yang diikuti @najibrazak di Twitter ialah rakan-rakan kabinet beliau seperti Muhyiddin Yassin, G. Palanivel, Idris Jala, Abdul Rahman Dahlan dan @Khairykj (Minister of Youth & Sports; MP for Rembau; Leader of BN & Umno Youth; Papa to Cougar & Puma; office mate to @reginalah). (more…)
Lim Kit Siang gleefully reproduced in his blog today an article titled ‘MH370: Pressure starts piling on govt‘ written by FMT columnist Jeswan Kaur.
In her very first paragraph, Jeswan already strikes the Pakatan standard note. She accuses: “Even in the face of a heartbreaking crisis, the Malaysian government could not let go of its insatiable hunger for politicking.”
The DAP Mursyidul Am responds to the Prime Minister’s “national reconciliation” overture with the following press statement titled ‘Najib’s NRP is a recipe to abdicate his responsibility as Prime Minister in a plural society but still clinging to the perks of office‘.
Lim Kit Siang said in his press statement today:
“If the NRP is a different creature from the NUB, it raises questions firstly, what is the purpose of NUCC preparing a NUB when the government has almost a NRP in place; (more…)
‘Islam under threat, says Dr M‘ is the headline carried yesterday in FMT. “No more respect for Islam,” Dr Mahathir Mohamad is reported as telling a press conference held at the International Islamic University in Gombak.
“Suddenly they come up with this idea that they should call their god Allah as well,” the news portal quoted Dr Mahathir as saying.
Ex-DAP vice chairman Tunku Aziz once described his former party’s dynastic business as a “travelling family political circus” — see his NST column (21 July 2012).
Lim Kit Siang’s press statement today is titled ‘Call on new MCA leaders like Liow Tiong Lai and Wee Ka Siong not to be xioren 小人 but dare to speak truth to power by declaring that Teresa Kok’s video is not anti-Malay, anti-Islam and anti-royalty’.
Kit Siang says that he is “really intrigued as to how at least five Umno ministers could be tricked and fooled” by the MCA and Gerakan Chinese leaders (more…)
Lim Kit Siang’s press statement today is titled ‘It is not Teresa Kok who should apologise for her ‘Onederful Malaysia’ as nobody could prove the video is anti-Malay, anti-Islam and anti-Royalty but Abdul Rahman Dahlan who must apologise for his racist tweets which showed he is not Minister for all Malaysians’.
Kit Siang says that Teresa Kok’s CNY video “has the effect of a magic mirror exposing the goblins in the Malaysian political landscape”. (more…)
Lim Kit Siang today accused MCA deputy president Wee Ka Siong of poisoning and misleading Umno ministers into believing that Teresa Kok’s video is anti-Malay and anti-Islam.
Dalam kenyataan akhbarnya merujuk kepada video CNY Teresa Kok, Kit Siang berkata:
”Shafie … had been caught red-handed making a fool of himself saying something he knows nothing about – unless he knows Mandarin and Cantonese to understand the video dialogue …”
Bagi Kit Siang, ia salah naib presiden Umno Mohd Shafie Apdal yang cetek ilmu serta tidak pandai bahasa Kantonis. (more…)
I’d have posted this article earlier but my blog is under relentless DDoS attack.
Just reflect for a moment, okay: What kind of people are they?
Ini yang Zamkata semalam:
“Apapun nampaknya Anwar bergerak pantas menyelesaikan masalah krisis kerajaan negeri dan jika berjaya beliau akan keluar dengan imej yang lebih besar dan lebih terhormat berbanding dengan Najib yang bergerak seperti kura-kura dari satu krisis ke satu krisis dengan mengharapkan kekuatan dari satu kemaafan ke satu kemaafan, dari menangguhkan satu masalah ke satu masalah.” — bekas ketua pengarang Utusan Zainuddin Maidin (more…)
Lim Kit Siang wrote his 3rd open letter to Najib Razak today. It has the long-winded title, ‘PR’s patriotic olive branch to PM and BN – to love and save Malaysia to preserve and promote unity, harmony and tolerance and ban spectre of May 13 to cobwebs of history’.
His son Guan Eng has the same penchant. See below where the DAP sec-gen calls Umno “religious extremists” and “racial bigots” who are provoking “the fires of racial and religious hatred”. (more…)
Cuba anda lihat gambar (bawah) kekecohan yang berlaku baru-baru ini di Teluk Bahang, Pulau Pinang.
Ia menyaksikan peniaga kecil Melayu bertumbuk dengan pegawai penguatkuasa Melayu di bawah kerajaan Lim Guan Eng. (more…)
In keeping with my New Year resolution of brevity, I’ll just restate what I think of the Lim & Son penchant for rhetoric, this time through the graphics below. (more…)
Lim Kit Siang today fingered Utusan, Umno and Perkasa as “extremists”.
He accuses them of being “guilty of the most insensitive, provocative, incendiary and seditious statements, speeches and actions”. (more…)
Lim Kit Siang and his son Lim Guan Eng both issued separate press statements yesterday.
Kit Siang complains that in the past four years, he has been “repeatedly accused of being a communist by Umno cybertroopers on the Internet”. Well, the accusations by the Malay bloggers are wrong. DAP is not communist. DAP 3.0 today is a capitalist party.
With regard to the Sungai Limau cliffhanger by-election tomorrow, Lim Kit Siang alluded that money politics has reared its head there.
Lim Kit Siang mengeluarkan sebuah kenyataan akhbar bertajuk: ‘Will Muhyiddin allocate RM480 million to the two SRJK(C) Kuo Kuang1 and 2 in Gelang Patah based on his promise in Sg Limau by-election?’
Sumbangan Hari Raya Aidil Adha yang disalurkan oleh Ahli Parlimen DAP Kulai, evangelista Teo Nie Ching dan Adun DAP Senai Wong Shu Qi kepada keluarga miskin, ibu tunggal dan anak yatim yang telah digesa untuk menghayati pesanan ‘Ubah’ oleh Lim Kit Siang. (more…)
Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s column in the NST online yesterday was headlined ‘The Chinese dilemma‘.
Dr M wrote that the remnant of PAP had set up the DAP to carry on undermining Chinese support for the MCA. (more…)
Utusan reported two days ago about “ibu pejabat DAP di Hotel Wenworth di Pudu”.
Although I myself am unable to shed more light, one piece of news that I can gather is that the DAP operations is supposedly somewhere next door. (more…)
Lim Kit Siang tweeted that they don’t need a “Chinese” PM. (more…)
Petang tadi ada seorang pengomen yang melenting pada kaum Cina. Anda boleh membaca komennya (screenshot) di bawah. (more…)
Kit Siang wins Gelang Patah.
DAP – 37,718
BN – 21,960
Recommended that MCA folks read this too!
Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Lim Kit Siang have been fighting each other for half a century already. Both their political careers began in earnest during the same era.
A quick anecdote:
A couple of years ago, I took part in an interfaith roundtable held at ISTAC in Jalan Duta (photo below). (more…)
Sekiranya Lim Kit Siang benar-benar berjiwa Malaysian Malaysia, kenapa pula hendak diungkitkan susur-galur mantan perdana menteri kita?
Pilihanraya akan diadakan pada 5/5.
Johor mempunyai sejumlah 26 kerusi Parlimen dan 56 kerusi DUN.
Peta persempadanan kawasan (more…)
FMT has an exclusive today hinting that the DAP is going to reduce the number of Parliamentary seats offered to its Indian candidates. (more…)
When I posted my hypothesis that it would be a good tactical move of the DAP to field an Indian candidate in a Chinese-majority area, I had based it on an announcement made by Johor DAP chairman Dr Boo Cheng Hau.
However Dr Boo had said that a fortnight ago. My theory on Labis – following up on Dr Boo’s remarks – sounds like reasonable strategy on paper but that might be as far as it goes. There’s a popular saying “A week can be a lifetime in politics”. (more…)