The New Politics Manifesto
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21 thoughts on “Bingo!”
Opposition yang tak pernah menang sejak mula merdeka di panggil apa pula? Bodoh pandai atau pandai bodoh?
It depends in which country the voters are in.
In Singapore, the opposition calls people who vote in the PAP government time and time again since independence as “ignorant”, “afraid of change”, “brainwashed to believe PAP propaganda” and so on.
In Malaysia, just replace “Singapore” with “Malaysia” and “PAP” with “BN” or “UMNO”.
This is what… err, confuses… me. In Singapore, the anti-establishment crowd says the incumbent Singapore Government is “bad.” Here, our anti-establishment crowd says the incumbent Singapore government is “good” — and that if our Government had been like theirs, we would be soooooo advanced by now.
Re: the article — same could be said about the Penang and Kelantan State Governments. There’s Kool-Aid being sold on both sides of the political divide.
My Indian friend ask me to tell the gang about Danny Law’s son.
It must be fun being a politician’s spouse or kid,
With so much money, the DAP paragons of society must needs be charitable and shelter the Rohingya in Penang.
‘Aliran, Citizens International, Persatuan Sahabat Prihatin Pulau Pinang, Penang Stop Human Trafficking Campaign and Suaram Penang appealed to all parties at all levels, including the state and federal authorities, to treat all the survivors, including those who have newly arrived with respect and humanity. – See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/in-penang-a-display-of-solidary-with-refugees#sthash.hQoTJyjX.dpuf
Lets see whether these civic minded people berani marah itu Tokong Lim ke tak eh?
Helen pl carry out a survey to see how many Malaysian other than Tun want Najib to step down, otherwise he will continue with his road show telling the rakyat that only one person wants him to resign
I’m trying to stay out of the crosshairs of the Tun-Najib fight to the death.
Observing from the sidelines the pro-Tun bloggers and the pro-Najib bloggers swing their battle axes.
Ditelan mati emak, diluah mati bapa … from the non-Malay, non-Muslim POV, Najib is the better choice for PM – he could well be The Last of the Moderates.
It is however alarming to see him sink so fast in the public gallery (within Umno and with power concentrated in the hands of party president and at the disposal, Najib may be able to cling on to his chair and outmanoeuvre Tun).
Tapi apa yang dikhuatiri, win the battle (Umno infighting) but lose the war (GE14).
quote,”I’m trying to stay out of the crosshairs of the Tun-Najib fight to the death.”unquote.
Now you confirm my “wonderment” as to why you have been silent on the issue since Day One.
I was willing to give Najib the benefits of the doubt about 1MDB controversies, but after Tabung Haji was “dragged into the mud”, I lost faith and trust in Najib.
I look forward to see his downfall as a PM. Lembik betul mat tu. Now I really believe the classic rumors that he did not pass his MCE the first time around.
Like I said, Najib is the best bet (to be holding the reins in Putrajaya) insofar as Chinese interests are concerned.
I also said that PM has got some rational heads around him such as Rahman Dahlan and Salleh Said Keruak. These Sabahans are more “multicultural” in their outlook.
Whereas Tun’s people (bloggers etc) are getting boisterous and ‘Ketuanan Melayu’.
In any case, the M-bloggers and the N-bloggers have begun bludgeoning each other. I’ll just sit on the fence and stay out of their way.
But even so, pusing kanan, pusing kiri, we’re still on the inexorable path of Tanah Melayu, Bumi Islam.
I still remember what my blogger son said years ago during the downfall of Abdullah Badawi ” Najib is not top of the class material ” Any blogger interested to do the survey?
Nope. Not me.
There are enough M-bloggers out there swinging their bludgeons. The M and N gladiators are giving us at the ringside quite a bloody spectator sport.
I shall consider uploading pictures of my cat and dog.
‘from the non-Malay, non-Muslim POV, Najib is the better choice for PM – he could well be The Last of the Moderates.’
Haiya Helen, Muhyiddin sudah ada Cina menantu wor, tak cukup moderates lagi ke?
Tun Mahathir juga ada menantu Cina. Meskipun begitu, para penyokong DAP masih menganggap beliau sebagai “bapa rasis”.
re:…. from the non-Malay, non-Muslim POV, Najib is the better choice for PM – he could well be The Last of the Moderates.
memanglah majoriti non-muslim lebih prefer Najib tetapi yang prefer Najib ni ada 2 grup:
1. Yang tidak mahu PM baru yang lebih tebal jiwa-Melayunya.
2. Yang tahu Najib ni boleh ikut apa saja yang diaorang mahu.
agak-agak saya puak Dapster yang non-Muslim berada dalam grup 2.
re: “Yang tidak mahu PM baru yang lebih tebal jiwa-Melayunya.”
Bak sesiapa yang berjaya menjadi PM baru menggantikan Najib akan lebih tebal jiwa Melayunya. Ini satu kepastian.
I’ve been thinking about this. Personally, I want Malaysia to remain a multicultural country. But all the political developments, especially concerning the Umno and PAS internal struggles, are pushing Malaysia to becoming a monoracial Islamic country.
Marina Mahathir’s most recent statement on hudud is like an icy cold shower.
‘are pushing Malaysia to becoming a monoracial Islamic country’
Its just so happen, Muslims anak ramai maa Helen.
quote,”Bak sesiapa yang berjaya menjadi PM baru menggantikan Najib akan lebih tebal jiwa Melayunya. Ini satu kepastian.”unquote.
As you have written in a few of your blogs, it’s the normal Malays’ reaction to DAP being too Chinese, too racists, too loud and too arrogant.
DAP has underestimated the Malays’ fierce resolve to keep Malays in power.
re: “As you have written in a few of your blogs, it’s the normal Malays’ reaction to DAP being too Chinese, too racist, too loud and too arrogant.”
‘They’ (i.e. the DAP political operatives and Special Officers) through their dedicated smear campaign against me are not allowing my writings to reach and register the pro-opposition audience.
I’ve been wondering whether the 90 percent Chinese support for DAP can hopefully be eroded or will it further increase?
When I say that the Dapsters are too loud and aggressive, they only prove me right by “spewing” (evangelista fav word) insults, expletives and making personal attacks.
I speak a lot of sense and I’m honest about the situation we’re in (unlike the sneaky bastards) but the Chinese audience is incapable of appreciating my insight.
Termasuk la si Eric Paulsen….
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