Harapan MPs are adamant on turning up at the Dewan Rakyat on Monday even though the sitting is postponed.
Monday morning, they should all line up in the parliament grounds each holding up a number placard like the Sabah Aduns – pix below – publicly displaying their support for Musa Aman.
Let the public see Anwar’s “strong, convincing, formidable majority” of MPs … standing one metre apart to observe distancing protocol.
Muhyiddin Yassin is 74 years old. Hadi Awang, coincidentally, is the same age.
Lim Kit Siang is 80.
Politicians come and go. Religions endure. Continue reading “PAS locked in existential battle with DAP”
The Chinese have been desperately promoting the idea of a ‘unity government’ as their desperado DAP leaders try to claw back federal power. Continue reading “Don’t let Unity Govt ruse be DAP’s side door back inside”
“Empty vessels make the most noise,” fired Najib in his Facebook yesterday taking aim at Syed Saddiq.
Bullseye! Continue reading “Saddiq’s sound and fury signifying nothing”
Soaked in nostalgia and suffused with cabin fever, Sinchew editor-in-chief Kuik Cheng Kang launched into a mega whinge a few days ago.
The Chinese in Malaysia are world beaters in whinging. Still it comes as a mild surprise to hear a veteran newsman (pix below) indulging in such an epic whine. Continue reading “Cina Malaysia Olympic champions”
Discerning Malays dislike Syed Saddiq but Cina DAP love him.
Tengku Mahkota Johor’s “drama queen” snark at Saddiq this morning has gotten 38,000 ‘likes’ so far in the Instagram of Malay-language mStar — see below. Continue reading “Dapsters pitchfork Zaid Ibrahim, genuflect to Syed Saddiq”
There is a popular saying ‘Be careful what you wish for’. Dapsters should be equally careful what they whinge about. Continue reading “Be careful what you whinge — Syed Saddiq’s corruption cases”
The young pipsqueak used to kuat berlagak and arrogantly put down lots of people, especially Indians, and he even called one group of activists “bodoh sombong” not all that long ago (August 2019). Continue reading “Oooo Saddiq, ain’t karma a bitch?”
Yesterday was one of the most satisfying schadenfreude days of 2021. Breaking news: Syed Saddiq to be charged by MACC. Continue reading “Syed Saddiq: Picture gallery retrospect”
First off, allow me to state on record that I’m a dog person. I love dogs.
My 15-year-old dog died some time ago and now I have six cats in the house. Continue reading “Real dogs vs cartoon metaphor”
For Mahathir, identifying ourselves by nationality first means that these qualifying Malaysian Firsters will need to speak bahasa Melayu as their mother tongue. Continue reading “Cina DAP 100% fail Mahathir’s challenge”
Hadi Awang discussed our ideal balance of priorities in managing the pandemic and reminded the ummah about looking into the Islamic long term and bigger picture. Continue reading ““Mereka yang kerjanya mencari kesalahan dan kelemahan sahaja” — Hadi”
Ethnic ‘diversity’ is the snake oil that DAP is selling. And nowhere is it more racially diverse than in South Africa. Continue reading “Where ‘Diversity’ went up in a mushroom cloud”
Health Ministry Director-General Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said 98 percent of new Covid cases were either asymptomatic or showed only minor symptoms. Continue reading “Now the double-masked DG tells us”
“Together, hand in hand, with our boxes of matches and our necklaces we shall liberate this country.” —WINNIE MANDELA on 13 April 1986 to a cheering audience in Johannesburg
Continue reading “The burning hatred harboured by Mrs Mandela”
There have been riots for a week now in South Africa.
Dozens have died in the violence and stampedes.
Continue reading “Indians being attacked in South African riots”
While it is true that Ismail Sabri Yaakob is now the No.2 in cabinet, nonetheless, he could be left marking time like Penang’s forever Deputy Chief Minister II.
Umno must not expect that their party would be allowed to move up naturally and fill the No.1 slot should anything happen to the prime minister. Continue reading “Ismail Sabri’s DPM role could end up like Ramasamy’s DCM role”
Director-General of Health Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah is wearing a plastic face shield and two masks all at the same time (pix below).
Meanwhile in other places around the world, they’re already enjoying the sweet taste of freedom. Continue reading “M’sia a late state”
Although the PAS president did not mention the evangelical party by name, indications are he had DAP in mind when he lunged at “mereka yang masih gila berpolitiking membuat kenyataan bahawa Malaysia sudah gagal menangani wabak Covid-19”. Continue reading “Hadi Awang thinks DAP is toxic”
For aeons Lim Kit Siang has slapped the label ‘failed state’ on our country, insisting that we’re on the verge of becoming one.
Now his son Lim Guan Eng has explicitly joined the bandwagon, and similarly declared that “Malaysia [is] spiralling down to a failed state”. Continue reading “DAP’s ‘failed state’ rhetoric is scorched earth destructive”
DAP sec-gen @guanenglim tweeted yesterday: “Malaysia A Failed State and Mahiaddin Md Yasin Must Resign” — see below. Continue reading “And DAP’s choice of new PM is?”
In a post yesterday, I blogged that in this critical time when MCA is at the crossroads, the party should heed the five percent Chinese voters who supported BN.
I shall explain here why I’m urging MCA to show solidarity with Umno rather than cleaving to Bersatu. Continue reading “Why I feel MCA should stand by Umno’s side”
Hashtag ‘Kerajaan Gagal’ … government fail.
Saying “government fail” is equivalent to assigning an ’F’ grade to the Malay Muslim coterie in Putrajaya that was formed post-Sheraton in March 2020. Continue reading “Dapsters think menteri Melayu ‘F’ grade, Cina DAP ministers ‘A+’”
I speak as a Chinese who voted BN in 2013 and 2018. Mine was a ‘push’ (i.e. not a ‘pull’) vote.
I voted against – ‘push’ / tolak – DAP because I object to the party’s politics of hate. Continue reading “MCA must pull out from govt and stick with BN”
So, Muhyiddin now leads a minority government.
Umno has made the right decision in pulling out from the Muhyiddin administration. This move is in fact long overdue. Continue reading “Reminder to Umno: Tolak DAP, 4evah”
Lim Kit Siang (2014 file pix above) has apologized for his ignorance of Islam. Continue reading “DAP veering into PAS’s Islamic lane”
Princess Diana was a stunning clothes horse. The new statue in Kensington Palace does not do her any justice.
It was unveiled on July 1 by Princes William and Harry — the latter, surprisingly, even balder from accelerated male pattern hair loss (blame Meghan!) than his older brother.
BELOW: Balding brothers William on the left, Harry on the right Continue reading “Princess Diana SJW statue with its Diversity brood”
Former Human Resources Minister Kula Segaran yesterday highlighted – see below – that Malaysia is in the worst tier (Tier 3) on the U.S. human trafficking watchlist. Continue reading “‘Kindest and most humane’ M’sians indirectly encourage human trafficking”
Home Minister Hamzah Zainudin said: “In ten years, there will be millions of them [Rohingya] here, is that fair?”
Speaking to Channel News Asia (CNA), Hamzah added: “I don’t think it’s fair to our own country”. Continue reading “M’sians already raising white flag or suiciding but still accused of “hate, xenophobia and racism””
Lim Guan Eng tweeted on Friday (June 25) that suicides in Malaysia have risen by more than 20 percent, and in the first five months of this year alone, there were 53 deaths by suicide in Penang. Continue reading “Guan Eng is worried about M’sians killing ourselves”
Pakistan and modern India are twin births.
The UK’s Indian Independence Act of 1947 established the two countries’ simultaneous independence from the British on Aug 15 at the stroke of midnight.
Continue reading “Hahaha, this kiasu story is funny”
There are too many Rohingya staying illegally in the Indian state of West Bengal.
These illegals “have not only changed the demography of Bengal but are the biggest threat to the rule of law and internal security,” said a petition made yesterday to India’s Supreme Court. Continue reading “Detect, detain, deport the Rohingya”
Lim Guan Eng most recently said:
“Ever since Perikatan Nasional (PN) took over in March 2020, Penang has not enjoyed a single benefit but instead seen its development projects previously approved by the Pakatan Harapan government, ruthlessly scrapped one after the other.” Continue reading “Politik dendam: Three fingers pointing back at DAP”
Penangites will ‘repay’ PN over termination of iconic ferry service — Lim Guan Eng Continue reading “Vengeful is not a good look for DAP”
Although he is PM of the country, nonetheless Muhyiddin respects the everyday bureaucratic procedures at the National Registration Department regarding how his name was spelled at birth — Mahiaddin Md Yasin.
But Hannah Yeoh, then a Selangor Adun, had tried to bulldoze the NRD in 2011 with regard to how her daughter’s keturunan was to be recorded on the newborn’s birth cert.
The department borang permitted two options — either ikut bapa, keturunan ‘India’ or ikut emak, keturunan ‘Cina’ (see how Hannah filled the form, below). Continue reading “Even Mahiaddin defers to NRD but Hannah Yeoh wanted her way”
Shame on you, New Zealand.
They’re sending a man to compete in the women’s category at the Olympics. Continue reading “Boo! NZ is a disgraceful country”
To date, Malaysia has prevented one hundred thousand Rohingya from illegally landing on our shores.
Home Minister Hamzah Zainudin told reporters in Langkawi yesterday setakat ini dianggarkan 100,000 pelarian Rohingya telah diusir daripada memasuki perairan negara.
Good job, National Task Force! Continue reading “Syabas! We’ve blocked 100,000 Rohingya”
Poltical junkies who read my blog would have already registered that DAP is the biggest party in parliament.
How do we visualize this party’s unbudging 42 MPs? Continue reading “Parliament and the new normal in M’sia Baru”
A. Kadir Jasin commented today on Facebook regarding the mistreatment of foreign workers in response to the most recent round of negative media coverage. Continue reading “Slave masters and their ‘smoke scream’”
The Agora Society wants Malaysia to be appreciated as “a land of diversity” and therefore to integrate Rohingya into our local communities.
Agora Society is “a loose network of (mostly CHINESE) individuals who (claim they) believe in the principles of democracy and good governance”. Continue reading “They want Rohingya to be absorbed and allowed work here”
A Malay government is called lots of nasty names by its eternal detractors.
Home Minister Hamzah Zainudin seems particularly sensitive to the slur “inhumane”. Continue reading “The parang and knives come out, literally”
You know what they say about being caught between the devil and the deep blue sea.
On the left of the Home Minister is the DAP preaching “kindness” to the Rohingya.
On his right is the legacy media convinced that it’s impossible for Rohingya to be repatriated.
BELOW: Locals are incessantly accused (by opposition politicians) of xenophobia against Rohingya Continue reading “Oh dear, what’s Hamzah Zainudin gonna do?”
Home Minister Hamzah Zainudin said yesterday it is arrogant of refugees (Rohingya) to go around declaring “I have a UNHCR card”.
“Take for example someone who is given the UNHCR card for a three-year period. What happens when the three-year period is up?” Hamzah was quoted as saying by the NST.
BELOW: It’s raining UNHCR cards on Rohingya
Continue reading “Chinese posturing as kindest and most Rohingya-caring”
Utusan Online carried an article a few days ago (June 12) headlined ‘Malaysia tidak hipokrit isu PATI Rohingya’.
“Palestin memperjuangkan kebebasan negaranya daripada cengkaman Zionis dan mereka tidak pernah menjadi ancaman kepada negara ini,” said Utusan.
So who or what does pose a threat? Continue reading “How many Rohingya in M’sia who cannot be traced?”
DAP is distressed and alarmed by “the heightened publicity attacks” against Rohingya.
The DAP’s Political Education Director penned an op-ed today titled ‘Why we should be kinder to Rohingya refugees’.
Liew Chin Tong (see below) took to task “the vitriol against a defenceless people” mounted by unkind Malaysians as well as slamming “the hard-line and xenophobic sentiments generated by the Perikatan government”. Continue reading “DAP slams govt for xenophobia, unkindness to Rohingya”
Myanmar junta leader Min Aung Hlaing told Phoenix TV – in his first ever foreign media appearance since the coup d’etat – that his country does not accept the term ‘Rohingya’. Continue reading “Rohingya are Bengali and Bengali are Bangla”