War of the Colours

“Dajjal oh dajjal”



October 12, 2016 at 8:22 pm 8 comments

DAP leaders brazenly baiting Najib

What’s the difference between dokong and duku langsat? It seems dokong is actually duku langsat.

What’s the difference between duku and langsat then?

  • Duku is more thick-skinned than langsat.

What’s the difference between pulasan and rambutan?

  • Pulasan is more thick-skinned than rambutan.


What’s the difference between Hannah Yeoh and Jamal Sekinchan?

  • Hannah Yeoh is more thick-skinned than Jamal Sekinchan.

Hannah, who has been called “DAP SuperCyber Bully” (similar to Jamal’s label as a “gangster”) is really one thick-skinned politician.

Her own application for PR (permanent residence) in Australia was once rejected.

However when she became a Yang Berhormat in PR (Pakatan Rakyat), she discouraged young Malaysians from emigrating and instead asked them to remain in the country so that they can vote a change of government.

hannah jeling 1

Face of a bully

Hannah benefited lots when DAP won Selangor

The greater the DAP’s success in the elections, the more the benefits gained by Hannah personally. Can you imagine the durian runtuh for Madame Speaker should there really be a change of federal government?

Think the rewards that Hannah will get once her evangelical party occupies Putrajaya!

No wonder Hannah is thick-skinned enough to discourage youths from leaving Malaysia so that Pakatan can become the new government through the Gen Y votes. Her exhortation to dissuade the youngsters is despite the fact that she herself had tried – unsuccessfully – to emigrate.


Face of Merah

Hannah will benefit even more if DAP wins Putrajaya

The gold and the glory that Hannah Yeoh stood to gain together with DAP’s power grab influenced her to urge youths to do something (i.e. remain in Malaysia rather than emigrate) contrary to what she herself had done wearing the same shoes in Tasmania.

Selalu cakap tak serupa bikin.

Azira Aziz, Hannah’s senior aide at the time, was arrested by police (pix below) for taking part in a #TangkapNajib protest. Hannah talks a good game but it is her macai-macai who do the dirty.

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - 2015/08/01: A protester was detained by Malaysian police during the

Hannah encouraged the public to participate in the Bersih 4.0 demo even though she herself did not wear a Bersih T-shirt during the rally.

And now we’re going to have Bersih 5.0 that is being backed by some members of the clergy. Some members of church groups were DAP activists in the last election. The evangelical Christians are very political.

Hannah is one of Bersih 5.0’s staunchest promoters

The previous Bersih rallies were most useful in channeling electoral support for the opposition parties and helped immensely in Pakatan’s massive GE12 and GE13 wins.

So it comes as no surprise that evangelista leader Hannah is today the biggest cheerleader for Bersih 5.0.

At present, we have a situation where Jamal has promised that his Red Shirts will counterstrike should the Bersih street march still proceed on Nov 19.

On the opposite side, we have self-serving politicians like Hannah who is rallying the public to oppose the Prime Minister.


DAP politicians hankering for Najib’s ouster

The Yellow Shirts desiring to topple the PM are mainly DAP people who have been brainwashed by politicians like Hannah and her ilk. Their taking to the streets for Bersih, especially churchgoers in organized busloads, is a result of the DAP propaganda to remove the Najib government.

For its role in pushing the ideology of anarchy, DAP bears half the responsibility for the skirmishes and scuffles that are now occurring between the Yellow and Red Shirts.

DAP idealogues, such as Hannah who are high profile and have a wide reach on social media, are particularly culpable in radicalizing the Dapsters.

Should the skirmishes and scuffles start turning into more serious clashes, it must not be only Jamal alone who is handcuffed by police.

The authorities know who are the Baling Batu Sorok Tangan masterminds goading the Yellow Shirts into a physical confrontation with the Red Shirts.

October 24, 2016 at 10:05 am 3 comments

Openly sniding Jakim now, eh, Chun Wai

“It smacks of racism,” writes J-Star CEO, Wong Chun Wai complaining about the brouhaha surrounding halal certification for a popular brand’s menu item.

In his newspaper column today, Chun Wai took to sniding the Islamic authorities whom he says are not going to let anyone be confused by a literal understanding of the word hot ‘dog’. (more…)

October 23, 2016 at 12:53 pm 9 comments

They’re just ‘jealous’ of Jamal

All those scrawny, yellow pallor Chinamen are dissing the dark and hensem Jamal Sekinchan because they’re jealous.

They envy Jamal his success and title of ‘Datuk’.

They covet the red Ferrari he drives, and are green-eyed over his chain of restaurants and the holiday resort business he owns. (more…)

October 20, 2016 at 8:42 pm 13 comments

Najib must hold MCA responsible for Chun Wai’s agenda

“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”

Quote attributed to Albert Einstein. Yup, it took a genius to figure this out.

It’s nuts to once again do NCC2 and expect a different result from that obtained with NUCC.


October 19, 2016 at 1:23 pm 11 comments

MCA president: “Malaysians are not stupid”

J-Star journos have lodged a police report against anti-Bersih protestors, alleging that they were roughed up by the Red Shirts in Kuala Selangor on Saturday.

It appears that editorial staff in pro-opposition media, such as The J-Star, are partisan and biased in favour of Bersih.


October 18, 2016 at 1:55 pm 18 comments

Raja Mendeliar’s Trojan horse farm in Johor

The two mambo kings are establishing their last redoubt in Johor.


October 16, 2016 at 3:33 pm 20 comments

Have Umno and PAS cut a deal over RUU 355?

No retreat, no surrender …

Najib Razak’s latest message to the nation – see video below – is pregnant with sublimal meanings and also hints at his coming course of action.

In the two-minute audio clip, the Umno president noted that 2008 opposition chief (Anwar Ibrahim) and Tun Mahathir (albeit not directly named) are the two men most responsible for diluting the Malay hegemony. (more…)

October 14, 2016 at 4:53 am 7 comments

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