‘You won’t lose Malayness by treating others well, Zahid tells youth,’ goes the breaking news headline in Malaysiakini today — see below.
Is the Umno president implying that Malay youths have not been treating the non Malays-non Muslims well before this?
As a parallel to Zahid’s comment last night about an individual not losing his Malayness, Kit Siang also once said that learning Jawi did not make him lose his Chineseness either.
So Zahid is now saying: “Our sense of Malayness and our faith will never fade if we treat other races and religions well” (quoted by national news agency Bernama). He was speaking at a function for young people in Banting, Selangor.
Does Zahid’s reminder to Malay youths – to treat the other races and religions well – mean that previously, these Malays have not treated the Nons well and thus need to be reminded?
BELOW: The Lims’ vintage DAP politicking style seems to have rubbed off on Zahid, and vice versa
The future of this seven-year-old dog ‘Popeye’ (pix below) now hangs in the air. It used to belong to an 85-year-old Chinese man living in Bentong who had raised it from a puppy. Continue reading “Anjing, babi and other salami slices of un-secularism” →
“As per instruction from Switzerland HQ, we will still replenish the stock and display them on-shelf,” Swatch Malaysia said. Continue reading “Defiant ‘rainbow’ Swatch poised to challenge our religious conservatism” →
Madani PM Anwar said today that his UG is “looking at amending and revoking all laws” to ensure that Christians in Semenajung will not be allowed to use kalimah ‘Allah’.” Continue reading “DAP’s 40 MPs will obediently toe Madani line” →
The High Court in Johor Bahru dismissed the caning penalty for Braden Yap Hong Sheng (pix below) who was supposed to have been given seven strokes of the rotan yesterday. Continue reading “What if Cina Skudai had set a C-A-T on fire?!” →
“Umno perompak, pencuri, penyamun, penjahat, penipu” — @anwaribrahim tweeted on 13 Oct 2017 (see below). Continue reading “5 years is a different lifetime in politics” →
… they can also vote PAS again at the next bounce of the yoyo. Continue reading “If Dapsters can vote Umno…” →
How did Chinese groupthink reach such a level of unthinking herd mentality?
Let’s take the issue of Christians not being allowed to call their God ‘Allah’ in Selangor. Continue reading “Why are Cina DAP always blaming PAS?” →
Mais, Jais and MB Amirudin Shari speaking on behalf of the state government have reasserted that non-Muslims in Selangor are not allowed to use kalimah ‘Allah’ (outside of its correct context within Islam) — see their official statements at the bottom of this page.o Continue reading “Unanimous Muslim voice on ‘Allah’ issue in S’gor” →
Listen below to Beloved Tun’s explanation why Christians in Malaysia should not be allowed to use the ‘Allah’ word. Continue reading “Christians use kalimah ‘Allah’ to proselytize Muslims — Mahathir” →
Remember how DAP smooched Mahathir in the several pivotal years between 2016 and early 2020? And look at how the party is treating Atuk today. Continue reading “DAP giving Umno kiss of death” →
Hadi Awang “claims DAP targeting ignorant Muslims” — see Malaysiakini headline tweeted below.
Well, yes … Malays, i.e. Muslims tend to bersangka baik. The ignorant ones are inclined to believe that non-Muslim politicians who’re regularly seen at the mosque wearing tudung have a genuine intention of embracing Islam. Continue reading “Hadi looking at DAP through lens of Mahathirism” →
DAP supporters need to get the wax cleaned from their ears.
They all have really bad hearing. Which makes them repeatedly think that PH had promised to deliver good governance. Again and again, it turns out not to be the case at all. Continue reading “Dapsters mistook and misunderstood PH promises” →
PAS’s rock star of the moment is its Kedah MB Sanusi.
The Kedahan political celebrity is a crowd favourite in the Klang Valley too. Continue reading “PAS has got two rock stars” →
Mahathir is key to the cipher
“I cannot forecast to you the action of Russia. It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma; but perhaps there is a key. That key is Russian national interest.” — Winston Churchill on 1 Oct 1939 Continue reading “What is Mahathir up to now?” →
It means lickspittle Dapsters are kowtowing to Umno in order to keep their fragile UG intact and DAP remaining in Putrajaya. Continue reading “What the ‘apology’ to Umno actually means” →
When Malaysiakini first uploaded its news report, the portal said some 2,000 people had braved the rain in Alor Setar earlier tonight to see Anwar. Continue reading “Poor turnout to see PMX in Alor Setar” →
PN says that Anwar holding his federal-level Raya open house in six Semenanjung states is unprecedented and “excessive”.
Previous PMs had held only one Raya open house — usually in the premier’s official residence at Seri Perdana, Putrajaya. Continue reading “Only DAP has such a schizo cheerleading squad” →
Nons throng rumah terbuka PH
Anwar’s Hari Raya open houses in the imminent election states are expected to attract multiracial, multicultural and multi-religious visitors coming together in the spirit of muhibbah.
Raja Petra Kamarudin recalled how the Chinese had previously brought their plastic food containers to bungkus and take home the buffet spread served at Beloved Tun’s past open house @ The Mines. Continue reading “Will Cina DAP bring tupperware to tapau from Anwar’s Raya open house?” →
Umno has the most number of leaders charged and being investigated for corruption.
DAP has the second most number of leaders charged and being investigated for corruption. Continue reading “Malaysia’s most perfectly matched odd couple” →
The two photos below are a mere decade apart.
On top is a current one from 11 Apr 2023 … only two days ago. It shows Guan Eng touching a Penang Umno leader, Shah Headan Ayoob Hussain Shah. Continue reading “Cina DAP now taught to love Umno” →
MBPJ yesterday told the Malaysians public that its dogcatcher did not “intentionally” hit Patrick Khoo. Nonetheless Uncle Khoo, whose age is 69, had sustained some injuries from the encounter. Continue reading “What if MBPJ had hit a 70-year-old Chinese woman instead?” →
Yesterday was Good Friday. Tomorrow will be Easter Sunday. This week is holy for Christians who are celebrating Jesus’ passion — the last days of his life on Earth.
On Good Friday 67 years ago, three New York skyscrapers were lit up with crosses. The photo below was taken by a New York Daily News cameraman on 5 April 1956. Continue reading “Tall buildings cleverly lighting up a cross” →
“The world needs more compassion and empathy.”
Really, Syerleena? You don’t say … Continue reading “Dear DAP Malay YB, have you no compassion for dogs?” →
DAP’s inclusion in the Malacca state government is a case of ‘tebuk atap’ — to rehash the demeaning terminology thrown at PAS post Sheraton. Continue reading “Apa lagi Cina mahu? (2023)” →
Malaysiakini contributor Thayaparan asked a question yesterday in his regular column: “Will Johor Islamic Religious Dept be investigated?”
The answer is ‘No’. Continue reading “Uncle Thaya asked the wrong question” →
Two days ago, Najib lost his bid to review the Federal Court decision (which rejected his final appeal). And so he stays in jail. Continue reading “Najib ends, Zahid begins, DAP spins & spins” →
For fully fifteen years and three weeks, to be more precise. Pakatan Rakyat first won Selangor in GE12 which was held on 8 March 2008.
May I humbly ask Selangor dog lovers if life has improved for pooches in their state as compared to before 2008. Continue reading “Pakatan has ruled S’gor 15 years already” →
Twitter is my go-to platform for the news. From Twitter, I go to the various online media after clicking their tweeted headline(s). Continue reading “Getting our news from Twitter” →
A tweet about the MBPJ dogcatchers incident has reached almost three-quarters of a million ‘impressions’ or close to 750,000 views on Twitter. Continue reading “Treatment of dogs in DAP land” →
Compare info (1) which contains the ‘race’ particular, with info (2) where the relevant ‘Cina’ particular is redacted.
The first (1) image – below – shows the police report about a stray dog in Skudai, Johor which was deliberately set on fire. Continue reading “Typical ‘Cina’ behaviour” →
An elderly man was injured when he tried to save his dogs from Majlis Bandar Petaling Jaya (MBPJ). Continue reading “DAP quiet on viral dogcatcher case” →
Welcome to Malaysia perMADANI – the DAP land where Dapsters sweep dirt under Anwar’s carpet.
Continue reading “Cats’ reaction to dog’s life in PJ” →
Read the warning below by Majlis Agama Islam Selangor (Mais) to understand the council’s stance against the controversial ‘Come let’s visit the Church’ programme by Hannah’s ministry. Continue reading “‘Jom ziarah gereja’ and Mais monitoring hidden agendas” →
Sinchew used its editorial about Ramadan – the fasting month which begins today – to wax lyrical about religious inclusivity and pluralism.
Jom ziarah gereja is an “initiative [that] should indeed be encouraged,” said the Sinchew editorial yesterday. Continue reading “Sinchew’s sinister support for ‘Jom ziarah gereja’” →
The fewer votes for Umno, the greater will be Malay unity.
‘Gelombang rakyat PRU15 langgar PH kini bakal rempuh Umno pula’ — see below. Continue reading “Malay unity within reach — at last!” →
Mahathir is expertly exposing the insidious multikulti propaganda as well as DAP’s Orwellian “racist” methodology. Continue reading “Bingo! Is Mahathir now aligning with PAS?” →
DAmno is the new Frankenstein rising in Malaysian politics.
Continue reading “DAmno (DAP+Umno)” →
‘Jom ziarah kuil Hindu’ did not spark any uproar. ‘Jom ziarah gurdwara’ was carried out without controversy. ‘Jom ziarah tokong Buddha’ is not even on the schedule.
But ‘Jom ziarah gereja’ proved too hot to handle. Hence Hannah Yeoh speedily tossed it over to her fellow Christian and cabinet colleague Aaron Ago Dagang. Continue reading “Hannah’s hot potato lobbed to Aaron Ago” →
Youth Minister Hannah Yeoh told the Dewan Rakyat – reported below a few days ago – that no Muslim youngsters were involved in the ‘Jom ziarah’ programme. Continue reading “DAP, pls scrap stupid selfish project that excludes 2/3 M’sian population” →
The ‘Jom ziarah’ programme by an agency under the aegis of the Youth Ministry – like the UG minister Hannah Yeoh herself – courted controversy over its promotion of the Church.
The ‘Jom Ziarah Gereja’ flyer invitation allegedly said: “Belum pernah memasuki Gereja sebelum ini? Ingin tahu tentang Kristian?” Continue reading “Buddhists come last in dunia DAP?” →
Umno’s ulama council said the Youth Ministry programme to visit churches “tidak sesuai dilaksanakan dalam bentuk menjemput anak Muslim ke gereja”. Continue reading “Geng ‘Jom ziarah gereja’ worry Umno ulama bigly” →
Umno Youth is opposed to the ‘Let’s Visit Churches’ programme being held under the aegis of a DAP-led federal ministry. Continue reading “First cracks appearing in DAP-Umno facade” →