Posts tagged ‘The Star’
Najib Razak mentioned the word “moderate” and its variants a total of 14 times in his recent speech to the UN general assembly.
Our prime minister said in New York, “Four years ago, I stood before you [the United Nations] and called for a global movement of the moderates, to counter extremism”.
PM then proceeded to set up an organization called Global Movement of Moderates (GMM). He installed Saifuddin Abdullah – pix below – as CEO together with J-Star boss Wong Chun Wai as foundation trustee. (more…)
The EvangeliSTAR and their Voices are taking their ‘Moderation’ campaign into its next phase.
Moving into the colleges and universities, the evangelistas will no doubt be telling students that the ultra right-wingers are ““hate-spewing, divisive, race-obsessed ignoramuses” who are “racist, extremist and bigots” devoid of any “rational and balanced views” – see Wong Chun Wai’s most recent column yesterday.
Does Najib Razak support the J-Star‘s agenda, considering that his NGO headed by Saifuddin Abdullah is working hand-in-glove with the EvangeliSTAR?
Shamshul Anuar @ 2014/09/16 at 2:14 am
“The problem is not us. Najib is the problem.
“His character, decisions bring ‘malapetaka’ to Umno. If his decisions affect him alone, that would be fine. His decision to favour those who literally want him dead, over those genuinely concerned ‘Makcik-makcik and Pakcik-pakcik’, is simply plain stupid and worse still suicidal. (more…)
I wonder who Marina Mahathir’s targets are.
Refer, “Take that, all you racists!” Marina says (more…)
Budu is brain food made from fish (anchovy).
The sauce is popular in Kelantan and Terengganu.
William Roff was emeritus professor of Islamic and Southeast Asian history at Columbia University, in New York.
Roff ‘s famous book is The Origins of Malay Nationalism.
Isma today took to task “ungrateful citizens” have who never considered nor appreciated how our country is enjoying peace and stability.
According to Isma deputy president Aminuddin Yahaya, these ungrateful Malaysians are daily inciting the public, especially the non-Malays, to think that they are being marginalized and discriminated. (more…)