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36 hours after we have our Merdeka fireworks, cry again

The groom and his bride are passing through a sabre arch.

Now if you’re not a member of the military, then you don’t lah kebas their istiadat silang pedang waktu kahwin.

It belongs to the Angkatan Tentera and is an honour meant for men who really serve, like the guy below. Continue reading “36 hours after we have our Merdeka fireworks, cry again”

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Is postponement of next batch MH17 victims’ return due to Merdeka celebrations?

Najib Razak today claimed that certain groups had played up the special honour paid to MH17 victims because these anti-national unity groups wanted to “break up” the solidarity among the rakyat.

“There are always people who want to break us up,” he said. Continue reading “Is postponement of next batch MH17 victims’ return due to Merdeka celebrations?”

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Church: Save Malaysia from bigots and religious extremists

Worshippers attend a church service at the City Harvest Church in Singapore

The Christian Federation of Malaysia (CFM) in its Merdeka Day message said that the country is “witnessing an escalation in ethnic and religious extremism, where unchecked sectarian forces of hatred and bigotry, often fuelled by misinformation and misinterpretation, lies and inflammatory speeches, are ripping apart the social fabric of our nation that had been built on the principles of moderation and multi-culturalism”.

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What Perkasa thinks about Najib

One year ago this month, Perkasa Youth chief Irwan Fahmi Ideris called on Najib Razak to resign for our PM’s abysmal failure to govern – see screenshot below.

Irwan recalls in his blog on Tuesday that he and the Perkasa central leadership numbering 10 persons provided their feedback to the PM in a closed door session immediately following GE13.

They pointed out that not only had Najib failed to persuade the Chinese to vote BN but the fact is that the voter turnout among the Chinese community was the highest at 87 percent, out of which only a mere 5 percent of Chinese support went to the ruling party (according to Perkasa’s analysis).

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