Najib Razak will have to pay a heavy political cost on the issue of Rohingya if he chooses to disregard Malaysian public sentiment rejecting these illegal immigrants.
Regular blog commenter tebing tinggi remarked @ 2015/05/19 at 11:20 am, “I think we have enough pendatang problem, why adding more?”
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Penang says ‘No’ to Rohingya.
The DAP-led government wants the boat people to be placed on federal land and proposes that the camp be in a big state like Pahang, according to J-Star – the paper seen by some as the de facto DAP mouthpiece. (more…)
“Our government seems quite happy to let people die of starvation and exposure out in the open sea because apparently that’s what we Malaysians want,” Marina Mahathir wrote in her J–Star column on Thursday.
tebing tinggi commented @ 2015/05/23 at 1:54 pm, “Biarkan si Lunchai terjun dengan labu-labu nya, biarkan biarkan.”
Surf the clouds, race the dark
It feeds from the runs undone
Meet me where the cliff greets the sea (more…)
The Prime Minister is embarking on another “desperate times, desperate measures” of desperate public relations.
Below is Najib Razak with Lim Kok Wing University of Creative Technology students.
Prepare for Round #2, folks, Coming Soon to a cinema near you. (more…)
Have you seen pictures of them?
Malay Mail columnist cum LGBT activist Azrul Mohd Khalib wrote,
“There are malnourished, sick, pregnant and dying adults and children on those boats. Where is our compassion for our fellow human beings?” as well as “… pregnant women, children and infants to suffer and die on those fishing boats stranded and adrift for months at sea”.
Marina Mahathir too mentioned “pregnant women” and the “old and sick” on the boats.
You can assume the following trend – which I’m going demonstrate – as one lesson that the BN will be taught in GE14.
1. The silent majority are sorely deprived of a platform for our voice. More than 600 out of some one thousand people are saying, ‘No’, the Rohingya should not be allowed to stay in Malaysia.
That’s what the majority (60 percent) of my poll respondents feel. (more…)