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My reply to MCA’s criticism of Tun Hamid

William Roff was emeritus professor of Islamic and Southeast Asian history at Columbia University, in New York.

Roff ‘s famous book is The Origins of Malay Nationalism.

His widow Sue Roff believes that “much of what he identified 50 years ago is apparent in the results” of Malaysia’s 2013 general election. Continue reading “My reply to MCA’s criticism of Tun Hamid”

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Isma: J-Star “moderates” are rejected by their own race

Isma today took to task “ungrateful citizens” have who never considered nor appreciated how our country is enjoying peace and stability.

According to Isma deputy president Aminuddin Yahaya, these ungrateful Malaysians are daily inciting the public, especially the non-Malays, to think that they are being marginalized and discriminated. Continue reading “Isma: J-Star “moderates” are rejected by their own race”

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Dirgahayu Tuanku

Mursyidul Am PAS turut terkejut apabila Sultan Selangor menganggap DAP dan PKR sebagai biadab dan derhaka.

Namun Tuan Guru Nik Aziz memberi reaksi kagum dengan keputusan baginda tuanku, menurut laporan Utusan hari ini bertajuk ‘PKR dan DAP tidak ada hak‘.

“Allahuakbar! Memang Raja ini Raja… Raja ialah Raja.. Raja ‘is’ Raja..,” kata Nik Aziz. Continue reading “Dirgahayu Tuanku”

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S’gor constitution says Sultan is integral half of the DUN

Article 61 of the Selangor constitution, under the heading ‘The Legislature of the State’, says that:

“The Legislature of the State shall consist of His Highness and one House to be known as the Dewan Negeri (in English, the Legislative Assembly). Continue reading “S’gor constitution says Sultan is integral half of the DUN”

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Parti Gerakan tuntut bekas Ketua Hakim Negara Tun Hamid pohon maaf

Naib presiden Gerakan Kohilan Pillay hari ini menyelar bekas Ketua Hakim Negara Tun Abdul Hamid Mohamad yang didakwanya mahu menggalakkan sengketa di antara masyarakat Malaysia yang berbilang kaum.

Tun Hamid dituduh Kohilan telah sengaja memperlekehkan sumbangan golongan bukan-Melayu terhadap perjuangan untuk membebaskan tanahair daripada penjajahan British.

Dalam kenyataan akhbarnya, Kohilan menggambarkan butir-butir ucapan Tun Hamid sebagai “outlandish” (terkeluar landasan) dan “troubling” (menimbulkan kegelisahan).

Continue reading “Parti Gerakan tuntut bekas Ketua Hakim Negara Tun Hamid pohon maaf”

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Isma: DAP perangai macam Yahudi!

mahu Ketua Menteri ditahan untuk siasatan

Dalam kes berkaitan bajungu, pucuk pimpinan DAP ketara menunjukkan “tindakan angkuh samseng yang sangat tidak wajar”, kata Isma.

Menurut Abdul Rahman Mat Dali, naib presiden NGO Islam itu:

“Ketika menonton video klip di media baru ini, saya  terkejut, kecewa dan  geram melihat aksi Ketua Menteri bernama Lim Guan Eng. Belum pernah saya dengar atau lihat seorang yang memegang kedudukan rasmi pemimpin negeri bertindak ala samseng Continue reading “Isma: DAP perangai macam Yahudi!”

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Mukhriz: Awasi sokongan yang membawa rebah

“Sokongan jenis ini disulami kata-kata manis yang mengasyikkan, membuai pemimpin dengan mimpi-mimpi indah walhal keadaan sebenar lebih mirip mimpi ngeri. Ini merbahaya bagi pemimpin …”, kata Mukhriz Mahathir ketika merasmikan mesyuarat Umno bahagian Jerlun yang turut dihadiri tetamu kehormat khas YAB Perdana Menteri.

Continue reading “Mukhriz: Awasi sokongan yang membawa rebah”

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Does Zahid make sense and how many millions of ringgit is PMO paying?

Gerakan deputy president Dr Cheah Soon Hai said non-Malays as a whole should not be branded with negative traits like “arrogance” just because of the actions of a few.

Dr Cheah was responding to remarks by the Umno vice president – see, ‘Non-Malays getting arrogant, says Ahmad Zahid‘ (The Sun Daily, 1 Sept 2014)

Continue reading “Does Zahid make sense and how many millions of ringgit is PMO paying?”

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Guan Eng wants a fight with the police

The Penang chief minister has rallied to the defence of his bajungu by declaring that thanks to the Purple Shirts patrol, his state is the safest in Malaysia.

In a press statement today, Lim Guan Eng confers on Penang the unofficial status of “safest”.

His claim is highly suspect. In fact and to the contrary, Penang is the ethnic hotspot where conflict is most likely to erupt into sectarian violence. Continue reading “Guan Eng wants a fight with the police”