Sebenarnya kerajaan kita takut sangatlah pada apa? Sistem sekolah vernakular tidak dijamin Perlembagaan.
Dan tak kira apa yang dibuat BN, peduli apa segala konsesi yang telah diberi kepada Cina, si Dapster masih juga akan mengelar BN sebagai “Rasis! rasis! rasis!” Continue reading “Kalau tutup sekolah Cina pun bukannya BN boleh kehilangan apa-apa undi lagi”
Today is past the July 30 deadline given Dong Zong by Registrar of Societies to resolve the association’s protracted leadership fight. Two warring factions are claiming to be the legitimate office bearers representing the Chinese school committees.
Earlier on Monday (July 27), the High Court advised Dong Zong to settle its bitter internal dispute after hearing applications for injunction order.
Dong Zong faces the risk of de-registration should it still fail to resolve the crisis Continue reading “Dong Zong faces de-registration, so Dapsters may soon get their non-divisive M’sian First school”
‘They’ lie too much and all the time. It’s already second nature to them.
(1) They said Zeti had a heart attack.
(2) They said Zeti quit as Bank Negara governor.
Continue reading “Lord Zoid and Traders of the Last Hope”
Aunty Hannah’s creepy sidekick Rajiv Rishayakaran, below.
Rajiv was Madame Speaker’s personal assistent who won PJ’s Bukit Gasing DUN seat in the last election.
Abdul Aziz Bari – previously PKR candidate for the Sabak Bernam parliamentary seat – today joined the DAP, saying he is impressed with the “meritocracy and inclusiveness” of the evangelical party.
Melayu opportunist. Continue reading “The DAP creepy photo collection”
Circled in red … siapa eh?
As far as I can make out, those seated in the front row are (from left): H.S. Lee, V. Sambanthan, Tun Razak, Tunku Abdul Rahman, Tan Siew Sin, Tun Dr Ismail, Sardon Jubir, Fatimah Hashim, Khir Johari
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Tan Keng Liang is the Gerakan Youth chief. He’s one of the very first to encounter Aunty Hannah doing her DAP SuperCyber Bully thing.
Oh well, haters like Hannah always gonna hate. Continue reading “The Petty Potato & yesterday’s news in pictures”
Former Federal Court judge Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali has been named Attorney-General as of yesterday, said Bernama in a news flash this morning. See Astro Awani report.
Justice Apandi had previously sat with Justices Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahim and Mohd Zawawi Salleh in the Court of Appeal to hear the Church’s application for a judicial review on the ‘Allah’ case. Continue reading “New AG aware of the evangelical groups’ doings”
The DAP wants to browbeat you into declaring “Malaysian First”. If you decline, Aunty Hannah will blow her puffy cheeks and screech “racist! racist! racist!” at you.
DAP Firsters even pretend that races don’t exist. Continue reading “Revisiting the DAP’s “Malaysian First or Malay First?” bullying”
Western countries – in their domestic ‘War on Terror’ – are closely monitoring the indoctrination activities conducted by radical mosques on the home front.
As one example, Abu Hamza al-Masri (pix below) a notorious imam of Finsbury Park mosque in London, is known as a hate preacher. In 2006, he was jailed seven years after the British court convicted him of inciting race hatred. Continue reading “Naked ambition: Are our authorities monitoring laywomen of the cloth?”
Yes, you read right. The Malaysian Chinese Association arguably possesses the most successful track record in the world as a political party representing an ethnic minority.
Er, why so, you might ask. Do note that what I’m saying is nothing novel, okay, so there’s no need to credit me. Actually it was Prime Minister Najib Razak who last year had remarked on this very same idea.
Continue reading “MCA victim of its own success / Opinion poll”
PAS sec-gen Takiyuddin Hassan has accused DAP of funding Gerakan Harapan Baru – see report in The J-Star yesterday.
I’ve warned again and again … and again … and again … about what the evangelistas do to people. Now let’s see what they’ll do next to the ex-PAS Islamists who are the Chinese sheeple’s New Hope. Continue reading “Se-sneaky-sneaky nya tupai melompat …”
“”Yes, we misled him [Justo]”. – Tong Kooi Ong, owner of The Edge
Haha, good one, Mamasan.
The government must be firm in its decision. No more half measures. Hold steady! Don’t cave in to pressure.
When is the gomen gonna shut down The Malaysian Inciter which is a subsidiary of The Edge? – Read HERE
It’s only to be expected. Tony is, after all, a DAP evangelista. ‘Sneaky’ is their middle name.
Continue reading “Rahman Dahlan thinks Tony Pua is ‘sneaky’”
The following news is from a Sin Chew features article titled ‘We are all Malaysians‘. The bestselling Chinese newspaper had interviewed a woman whose elder birth daughter is Chinese and younger birth daughter is Indian.
“My two daughters are of different races,” complained the easily confused mother. Continue reading “National Harmony Act: “My two biological daughters are of different races””
Zaid Ibrahim has made two serious charges against the government. Writing in his website Zaidgeist, the former de facto Law Minister said, “This Government is not only corrupt but espouses racial hatred as part of its philosophy”.
He also expressed his concern that the Chinese community is increasingly becoming the target of racism.
Continue reading “Zaid Ibrahim: “This Govt … espouses RACIAL HATRED as part of its philosophy””
The Heat Online today carried a story about Mujahid Yusof Rawa, the Malaysian church’s BFF.
The feature by Ian McIntyre is headlined ‘End race politics, says Mujahid‘. It quotes Mujahid as promising that Gerakan Harapan Baru will not politicize race and religion. Continue reading “See how the sneaky Christian twisted PAS history”
Before the tahaluf siyasi met its inevitable end, PAS had complained that they were being bullied by their Pakatan tai kors.
Continue reading “Retaliating against bullies and their constant bullying”
The word “ultra kiasu” pops out to catch the eye among the headlines this morning in the Isma website. Filed under Berita Terkini, the Isma article is titled, ‘Kumpulan serpihan Pas terhegeh-hegeh minta simpati ultra kiasu‘.
If you guessed that Ridhuan Tee must be somewhere in the picture, you’d be right. Isma had referenced Ridhuan’s weekly newspaper column, quoting his most recent article on Gerakan Harapan Baru (GHB) which is the PAS breakaway party to be launched soon. Continue reading “Doesn’t the name ‘New Hope’ (Harapan Baru) sound like a church to you?”
So Pudin, in the interest of the transparency and accountability that you preach, why don’t you open the books on your Temerloh 2013 election expenditure. Continue reading “Saifuddin slams ‘satanic’ money politics”
Persatuan Pengguna Islam Malaysia (PPIM) engaged the police and from that engagement, the Muslim consumers NGO released the statement below which is a fair and illuminating account of what transpired at Low Yat. So something positive and constructive had come out of the engagement.
Continue reading “Come on Keng Liang, engage Isma”
Awang Selamat said yesterday in Utusan’s Sunday edition:
“Dalam insiden Plaza Low Yat, ia membawa risiko berlakunya satu rusuhan kaum besar. Bayangkan nasib rakyat terutama yang tidak berdosa jika negara ini ditimpa rusuhan kaum sebagaimana 13 Mei 1969. Kemungkinan ia terjadi tidak boleh ditolak selepas insiden Plaza Low Yat.” – see ‘Iktibar, sejarah…‘ (Mingguan Malaysia, 19 July 2015)
Awang Selamat, the Utusan collective editorial voice, warned that it is easy for history to repeat itself if we do not pay heed to the Low Yat lesson taught, Continue reading “Utusan cautions against dismissing a repeat of May 13”
Wanita MCA president Heng Seai Kie is the new senior advisor to Najib Razak. Heng’s recently created job description – to advise on the National Unity Blueprint – is a ministerial-level post.
Among her first public concerns as de facto National Unity Minister is the negative racial profiling by the Persatuan Pengguna Islam Malaysia – see July 15 press statement titled ‘Say “No” to hate speeches & heal the wounds‘.
PPIM had alleged that Chinese businesses “tipu” Malay customers because they want to make extra profit. Continue reading “Hate speech is fomenting dangerous anti-Chinese sentiments”
Shows the kind of little mind that they have, what with their petty politicking 24/7. National reconciliation is impossible with this kind of people.
Penang deputy chief minister (II) P. Ramasamy said in his press statement today, “The police arrests of some individuals for escalating the brawl at Low Yat Plaza clearly indicate they have close nexus with Umno.”
Oxford dictionary defines ‘nexus’ as meaning “a connection or series of connections linking two or more things”. Hence Ramasamy is connecting the Low Yat riot closely to Umno.
Continue reading “Now it’s Penang deputy chief minister accusing Umno of close connection to Low Yat riot”
Below is a 100-year timeline.
There was generally no social interaction between the races in Malaya.
By the 1920s, the Malays were starting to feel uncomfortable with the huge presence of alien workers. This discomfort was expressed through the Malay publications and writings of the time.
In response to the Malay unease, the British colonial government began taking steps to curtail the inflow of Chinese emigrants by enacting the Immigration Restriction Ordinance in 1928. Continue reading “Were we ever united as a country, truthfully?”
UPDATED (23 July 2015):
1. The appointment of Datuk Rahman Dahlan is an inspired if left field decision. It should have been done years ago. I reckon that his being given the post now is a last ditch effort by the Najib administration when other avenues (like Lim Kok Wing as one example) have failed.
Continue reading “Best news we’ve had in years”
An article titled ‘Catch the real troublemakers’ was published in The Jakarta Post today with regard to the Low Yat riot.
See the parts highlighted in yellow where Isma is mentioned. Continue reading “Isma are ‘troublemakers’, ‘violent’ – allusion and label in Jakarta Post article”
Haters gonna hate.
Do the DAP evangelistas respect Article 3 of the federal constitution which says that Islam is the religion of the federation?
Do the DAP evangelistas know of Newton’s Third Law of Motion that states “for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction”? Continue reading “Are the evangelistas willing to make peace with Islam?”
Cabinet must demand that the MCA president gives an accounting for the venomous behaviour of the Gunting media owned by his party.
In her column today, former J-Star acting group editor June Wong stuck her poison-tipped scissors into the back of the Low Yat anatomy.
Continue reading “J-Star’s Low Yat conspiracy theory is spinning suspicion of Malay establishment”
Haters gonna hate and no one does it better than the evangelical Christians who are hardcore opposition supporters. They’re pointing the finger of blame at Umno for the Low Yat riot.
This morning’s Top Story in Malaysiakini was headlined ‘Umno’s race-baiting root of Low Yat fracas‘. Continue reading “Low Yat – the viral video”
For The J-Star, one side of the brawl at Low Yat Plaza were the “sales clerks” (Chinese) while the other side were the “thugs” (Malays).
The EvangeliSTAR story – see below – was filed for the MCA paper by Nicholas Cheng, the same Christian reporter who had previously covered the episode of the church cross removal, see ‘J-Star reporter @ Taman Medan: “Who gives you the right to claim this land as Muslim land?”‘ Continue reading “Low Yat suspects called “thugs” five times by The J-Star in short 287-word article”
There was a mob gathered outside Low Yat plaza last night. Fighting broke out and some people were injured.
In the following scene recorded on amateur video – which you can view @ http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/304923 – shouts of “pukimak punya Cina!” can be heard. The words being shouted infer that there is an angst-ridden anger directed at Chinese in general.
Continue reading “Low Yat and Chinese getting the Peace & Harmony they voted for”
Scissorati from the Nest of Evangelistas stabbed 1MDB in the back.
Tapi MCA masih muka tebal boleh buat tak tahu. Continue reading “PAS should contest the MCA’s Malay seats”
Last Dance – two tight slaps from Charlie’s Angel @ 0:38
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These fellas are Perkasa. They’ve labelled ‘P-E-R-K-A-S-A’ across their shirt front so that we can all recognize them for sure. Continue reading “The difference between Perkasa and PAS’s geng kopiah putih”
Pakatan is effectively dead by a vote of two (PAS, DAP) to one (PKR).
PAS’s Majlis Syura Ulamak yesterday formalized the grouping’s long awaited death. A statement by council deputy chairman Dr Nik Muhammad Zawawi Salleh said:
“… Majlis Syura Ulamak kesal dengan tindakan-tindakan provokasi berterusan dan keputusan DAP yang mengecam dan melanggar semangat kerjasama Pakatan Rakyat, serta campur tangan dalam aqidah, dasar dan matlamat PAS. Oleh itu, Majlis Syura Ulamak memutuskan bahawa hubungan tahaluf siasi dengan DAP terbatal.” Continue reading “PAS pulls the plug on Pakatan after realising how creepy the Christians are”
Yup, the opposition has been wildly successful in sowing distrust of the institutions of state.
They have also killed our natural sense of goodwill (sifat cenderong untuk berbaik sangka).
They are dajjal spreading fitnah all the time Continue reading “Zam: “Laporan apa pun rakyat tak percaya””
Happy 90th birthday to the Grand Olde Man of Malaysian politics and when all is said and done, I hope that Tun will not have a deep, lingering regret on the outcome that he is manoeuvring.
https://twitter.com/limkitsiang/status/589578884271755265 Continue reading “When Tun becomes Kit Siang’s new BFF”
Again the Prime Minister’s Office complained this morning about TMI:
“Pejabat Perdana Menteri kesal dengan The Malaysian Insider yang cenderung memutarbelit kenyataan YAB Perdana Menteri dan kerajaan sehingga menimbulkan salah faham dan keresahan dalam masyarakat.” – see PMO Facebook
Continue reading “When is TMI going to be charged for sedition and shut down?”