Continues from ‘Silent anger among Malays is growing’
The headline refers to a passage penned by a reader of this blog ‘Ayah‘ who commented:
“In 1969, there was anger amongst the Malays; there was anger too in 2008. And the anger has been growing since then but it has been silent anger.”
The operative word is ‘silent’.
In fact, the readership of my blog too comprises a large silent majority who do not make any comment. They just read very quietly. Continue reading “There were no Raja-Raja Cina ruling Malaya”
Helen, the speeches by DAP leaders to mainly Chinese audiences during the campaign leading up to the 2008 GE were reminiscent of what took place in 1969. I attended some of these campaigns in 2008 as I did in 1969. Continue reading “Silent anger among Malays is growing”
Gerakan kata ia sebuah parti majmuk tetapi kesemua 12 orang calon Parlimennya adalah kaum Cina. Baik mengaku sahaja sebuah parti “pelbagai bangsa” ala DAP.
Sebelum ini, kita pernah membincangkan tentang pengerusi BN Pulau Pinang yang mendakwa kononnya tidak tahu menahu identiti penganjur ‘Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu’ yang diadakan baru-baru ini. Continue reading “Pecah undi Melayu: Berjasa lwn MCA, Perkasa lwn Gerakan”
This blog received a comment today saying that BN supporters deserved to be called names like “running dog”, etc.
Continue reading “Guan Eng leads the lynch mob against ‘Tanda Putera’”
P. Waytha Moorthy, who is diabetic, has begun fainting from his prolonged hunger strike.
Hindraf released a press statement today to clarify his deteriorating condition as well as to add: “When they [minorities] speak up, they will be beaten down as being sectarian or racist.”
Cuba telita modus operandi (kaedah gerak langkah) Lim Guan Eng terhadap sesiapa sahaja yang dianggap olehnya sebagai musuh ketat.
Mangsa terbaru ialah presiden Persatuan Pengguna Pulau Pinang (CAP), iaitu S.M. Mohamad Idris. Continue reading “Guan Eng serang presiden Persatuan Pengguna P. Pinang”
Walaupun jumlah 5.63 juta adalah jumlah audien [kumpulan media] the Star, adakah anda tahu berapa peratus pembacanya Cina, Melayu dan India? Continue reading “Dilema orang Melayu Johor”
The MCA panda soft toys will be sold at the party division offices and election publicity trucks making their rounds nationwide. Continue reading “Why the MCA mascot is now fittingly the panda”
In the comment (screenshot below), ‘ss’ seems to have some trouble believing that a poor Indian – “the Hindraf constituency” whom the movement speaks for – cannot afford paying RM1.20/RM1.50 for a copy* of The Star daily.
Continue reading “Insulting 30,000 Indians”
In his exclusive interview with Sin Chew, Lim Kit Siang talks up the “whirlwind” that DAP has got planned, and why it is aimed at Johor.
“Johor is not only the cradle of Umno, it is also a strong fortress for both MCA and Umno.
“If they are thumped by Pakatan in the coming election, there wouldn’t be any chance for them to stage a comeback,” said Kit Siang. Continue reading “Why save the MCA’s sorry arse in Johor?”
Media tempatan beberapa hari lepas melaporkan bekas anggota PAS seumur hidup, Zainol Ismail atau lebih dikenali sebagai CN Afghani, membuat pengakuan bahawa rancangan untuk membunuh Dr M timbul kerana terpengaruh dengan ‘Amanat Haji Hadi’. — Bernama Continue reading “Bahaya taksub kepada politik yang menunggang agama”
By i hate n’sync
If there is a slant in the definition of the disenfranchised or marginalised, then fix the slant, Continue reading “‘Winnable candidate’: One who plays to the lowest common denominator”
In the last general election, Gerakan contested in the Parliament seats of Beruas, Teluk Intan, Puchong, Bukit Bendera, Tanjong, Jelutong, Batu Kawan, Segambut and Kepong.
In the last general election, DAP contested in the Parliament seats of Beruas, Teluk Intan, Puchong, Bukit Bendera, Tanjong, Jelutong, Batu Kawan, Segambut and Kepong.
Continue reading “Does Guan Eng have something against mamaks?”
Petikan rencana tentang pengaruh media sosial:
- Access to social media sites is the highest [compared to other websites and online news sources] according to the Malaysian Digital Association report.
- Sites such as facebook.com and youtube.com attracted 6,467,257 and 4,238,824 unique browsers while twitter.com attracted 926,874 unique browsers in the same period  from Malaysia. Continue reading “Perkembangan terkini di Gelang Patah”
“Wira Perkasa membidas kenyataan ahli politik Gerakan Baljit Singh yang melabelkan Perkasa sebagai rasis terbesar Melayu dan rasis dan dibenci oleh bangsa-bangsa lain,” FMT melapor semalam.
Continue reading “Perkasa “rasis dan dibenci oleh bangsa-bangsa lain”, kata Gerakan”
That’s what I was trying to deliver in my comment of previous entry about the dress…
Google image search result only showed HY [Hannah Yeoh] wore a Punjabi dress… NO RESULT for SARI… even for Elizabeth Wong, Teresa Kok and Teo Nie Ching. Even if they had wore, the result maybe not in the top 10 pages in Google search. Continue reading ““Evangelistas look down on Indians” / On mamak and mualaf too?”
Perdana menteri telah mengadakan perjumpaan dengan Hindraf pagi tadi.
Niat baik Najib Razak telah diperlekehkan. Wakil-wakil Hindraf yang bertemu dengan PM pula dilontarkan pelbagai kata-kata nista oleh puak pembangkang.
Continue reading “Musang berbulu ayam kenakan Najib melalui perang saraf”
Leadership by example, earlier: BN can buy Indian votes with Milo, beer and mutton curry
All the reader comments are screenshot from feedback to the Malaysiakini article ‘PM finally to meet Hindraf leaders tomorrow‘ (24 March 2013)
By Malaysian in New York
I think it is very welcomed where the PM can hear it direct from the very people who represent the downtrodden one unlike hearing it from the apple polishing Indian-based coalition partners like MIC, PPP, MMSP, AMIPF, etc. These other buggers have only been filling their own pockets without bring to light the genuine problems of the poorer segment of the Indians.
Continue reading “Hindraf meeting Najib today”
For the first time in the history of our country, there will most likely be no MCA Ministers joining the cabinet line-up when the next federal government is formed.
Si Gunting hinted as much. Padan muka MCA that its scissors be the one to announce the ‘glad tidings’. Continue reading “Kalimah Allah issue killing the MCA”
As you can [see] on the Mkini news thread of the upcoming meeting between Hindraf and the PM, DAP apparanchiks and kool aid drinkers are calling anyone supportive of Hindraf as BN cybertroopers not to mention generally going ape shit.
Continue reading “Guan Eng & gang going ape shit at the gomen”
Tun Daim Zainuddin membuat pemerhatian:
“Umno has about 3.3 million members, MCA about one million and MIC, about 600,000. That’s already about half of the voters. Now, you only need some support from the fence-sitters, you should then be able to win (GE13)”.
Continue reading “Seperkara yang Tun Daim terlalu optimistik”
Remark by a commenter in Syed Akbar Ali’s blog:
“HAHAHAHAHAH…. Kelakar la Pakcik Syed ni…. Continue reading “Why the dresses backstory is very, very important”
I have my reasons.
If you’re curious as to what they are, please feel free to ask me.
Continue reading “I support Uthayakumar for Parliament”
Highlights paraphrased from an article today in FMT:
Janganlah pula sesetengah pembaca menyangka bahawa Kit Siang sudah uzur. Dia masih lagi “sihat dan kuat” (kerana banyak minum Milo, kot).
Baru semalam bakal YB Gelang Patah itu naik pentas untuk berceramah. Ia sebuah acara yang ditayangkan melalui live streaming oleh Ubah.TV, iaitu sebahagian daripada saluran media DAP. Continue reading “Ubah.TV berbanding MCA punya tv”
Thank you all for participating in ‘One question‘. We should have enjoyable postings like that more often.
Okay, now to provide the answer to the poser: “Is she wearing the same or different dress?”
Continue reading “About that dress, the answer is …”
Rencana bertajuk ‘Ketua penceroboh Sabah rakyat Malaysia?’ diterbitkan hari ini di Selangor Kini (22-29 Mac 2013). Ia siarkan pada halaman belakang, mukasurat 15 (screenshot bawah).
Is she wearing the same or different dress?
Continue reading “One question”
It’s not going to be pleasant but the word cloud will provide us a mental map to the terrain of our killing fields. Consider this a necessary political science case study.
Continue reading “The name-calling list: What Pakatan and BN label each other”
Sooner or later the election will have to be called. But I shall jump the gun and take my blog into election mode now (remember the reformatting I promised?)
Postings will be much shorter but more frequent daily.
Continue reading “Oppo people don’t read beyond 3rd para”
‘Political expediency’ is telling people what is music to their ears but going to another group of people and telling them something else, says Wee Choo Keong. Principles and not political expediency will ensure that national interests come first.
Excerpts from an interview with the Wangsa Maju MP titled ‘PKR’s gadfly, BN’s critique‘ (The Sun, 14 March 2013) are copypasted below. Continue reading ““Corruption is corruption, whether more or less””
Malaysia Today published an article titled ‘Stop the Buku Jingga lie‘ by Hindraf’s P. Waytha Moorthy yesterday.
A reader calling himself ‘Nobody gives a damn even if you die’ commenting in M2Day called the hunger strike by Waytha a “failed publicity stunt”. Continue reading ““Nobody gives a damn even if you die””
By Fakin’ Fake Calvin
Sad sad day for journalistic world when an art competition is deemed more important than poverty. Shame on the editors & journalists for their slapdash work so that they can spend more time to glorify the queen bee of SJ. I wonder if they sing “[God] save the queen” with gusto every morning before starting the work day? Continue reading “What song do The Scissorettes sing every morning?”
The last I heard, The Star has 27 reporters on its Metro desk. The Metro desk does Jerusubang stories.
It once sent a photographer and a reporter to a Subang Jaya shopping mall to do a story on a children’s art competition graced by the Yang Berbahagia Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri Puan Hannah Yeoh.
But The Star could not allocate the requisite manpower and column inches so that justice could be done to a story about 44,643 extremely poor families. Compare the two Star articles below and come to your own conclusions. Continue reading “Now do you see what I mean”
By Dato’ Dr Looi
I fully agree with you that if the younger generation of our population continues with the type of abusive and confrontational politics as practised by the DAPsters, we may end up with a replay of the May 13 tragedy.
Continue reading “Why Wong Tack’s DAP-in-disguise is dangerous”
When I posted my hypothesis that it would be a good tactical move of the DAP to field an Indian candidate in a Chinese-majority area, I had based it on an announcement made by Johor DAP chairman Dr Boo Cheng Hau.
However Dr Boo had said that a fortnight ago. My theory on Labis – following up on Dr Boo’s remarks – sounds like reasonable strategy on paper but that might be as far as it goes. There’s a popular saying “A week can be a lifetime in politics”. Continue reading “Lim Senior & Boy-Boy power in on Johor DAP”
“When I was MP for Kuala Lumpur Bandar (now Bukit Bintang), there was no animosity between government executives and myself because if your arguments are factual and based on research, they will listen.”
Continue reading “Who is (not) Lim Choo Keong?”
Johor DAP chief Dr Boo Cheng Hau recently revealed that Pakatan is to field Indian candidates in Chinese majority areas.
This is a good tactical move.
Continue reading “DAP’s smart card for Labis”
A reader of this blog AC-DC is wondering if Malays and Muslims are able to differentiate between peninsular non-Malay Christians, and Sabah and Sarawak pribumi Christians?
Continue reading “Is the ban on Christians using kalimah Allah a collective punishment?”
Hindraf chief P. Waytha Moorthy believes that politicians merely ride on the issues to gain political mileage.
“The poor Indians have seen 12 elections before this and many have voted in many elections believing in the promises of both divide. They are tired and have given up hope on politicians,” he said. Continue reading “But Hindraf, you have declared war on Umno before, bukan?”
Ketua umum sudahpun mengumumkannya.
Lim Kit Siang yang lahir 20 Feb 1941 dicalonkan untuk bertanding kerusi Parlimen Gelang Patah, Johor.
Parlimen yang ke-13 nanti dijangka tamat pada 2017. Maka apakala masuk akhir penggal Parlimen kelak, Kit Siang akan berusia 76 tahun. Continue reading “Tahniah Gelang Patah bakal pecah rekod: Ahli dewan paling lanjut usia (76 tahun)”
Sebelum ini, Nurul Izzah pernah dilanda kontroversi ekoran kata-katanya yang diluahkan apabila berforum di gereja Full Gospel Tabernacle (FGT) di Subang Jaya.
FGT ialah gereja Rev. Eu Hong Seng, iaitu pengerusi National Evangelical Christian Fellowship (NECF). Continue reading “Gereja di mana Nurul berucap kembali berpolitik lagi”
Malaysia Today yesterday aggregated my posting ‘Hindraf Q & A’. There is a comment there from regular M2Day commenter temenggong, which I’m reproducing below.
temenggong, March 17, 2013 19:44:44
“the chinese and christians fantasize over racist and bigoted analogies, as in this instance. I cannot recall buddhists and hindus having any hostile agenda, ever, in any part of the world! Is
is it hard to understand for the muslim/malay mind?
Continue reading “Chinese and Christians can expect payback after GE13”
I wouldn’t know any other Star staff members aside from Chun Wai, Joeclyn [Joceline], and Barradan [K. Baradan].
Continue reading “Will Star reporters vote BN or Pakatan?”
Blog AKKJ: ‘Tun M Tiba Di Lahad Datu Jumpa Anggota Keselamatan’ (mutakhir)
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Dr Mahathir Mohamad dalam sebuah syarahan perdana yang disampaikannya di Universiti Malaysia Sabah malam tadi telah menyarankan agar setiap warga perlu ada perasaan cinta negara.
Continue reading “Lahad Datu: Dr M di Sabah / pekhidmat sukarela (kemaskini)”
In his column today ‘Political chameleons‘ about the changing colour of the anti-Lynas DAP Bentong candidate, head honcho of the Star Media Group Wong Chun Wai wrote:
“That’s precisely the trouble with NGO leaders, especially some activists in Penang, who decide to take a partisan political stand. They begin to make compromises and, worse, they begin to lose their neutrality as they openly side with Pakatan. Continue reading “Wong Chun Wai, I buy you a mirror neh”
A cybertrooper landed in Annie’s blog after I inadvertently brought her (a new blogger) to Komtar’s attention in my posting two days ago — ‘DAP’s biggest social media network is The Star‘. Continue reading “Why the BN cyberwar machinery can’t match Komtar”