When all the states in Malaysia are ‘Sehati Sejiwa’ in our Merdeka celebrations, Penang is going rogue with its own separate ‘Bersih’ theme instead.
That’s so divisive!
Why can’t the DAP-led Penang put aside its hate politics just for one day, and on Aug 31 try to foster national unity?
Penangites are the most divisive Malaysians. Which perhaps is not all that surprising given Penang’s secession attempt in the past.
Penang is a former British colony and older Penangites used to think that they were subjects of Her Majesty the Queen of England.
Penang politicizing education, poisoning young minds
I hope Putrajaya is aware to what great extent young Penangites have been brainwashed by the Great Leader Kim Guan Eng.
BELOW: Tweet by Chong Sin Woon who is Deputy Education Minister
Penang was renegade in the past too
The year 2012 was the first time that Penang broke away from marking Hari Kebangsaan together with the rest of Malaysia at national level. Penang’s separatism extended to using a different logo – above.
The logo in fact looks like one created by Christians United for Israel.
In fact Penang’s 55th National Day logo had elements of Christian symbolism too. Source of logo below: Christian Spirituality: The Place Of The Holy Spirit In Christian Discipleship