The ambassador of China’s visit to Chinatown KL the other day would certainly have gotten the silent nod from Beijing. Such a sensitive move could not have been done without being given official green light.
In a follow-up development, China defended the action of His Excellency Huang Huikang – see ‘ “China does not interfere in other countries’ politics”: Foreign Ministry defends ambassador to Malaysia after “racism” comments ‘ (
28 Sept 2015). South China Morning Post,
Just as Ambassador Huang receives the tacit approval of China’s Foreign Ministry, so too the state government of Zhejiang has the tacit approval of Beijing in its crackdown on evangelists
Continue reading “China knows what she is doing” →
Cerita hukuman penjara ke atas bekas Menteri Besar Selangor Mohd Khir Toyo dikekalkan Mahkamah Persekutuan menjadi tajuk utama berita hari.
Beliau disabit kesalahan rasuah yang berlaku lapan tahun lalu. Kesnya yang panjang meleret itu mula disiasat Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) pada Julai 2009.
Continue reading “Apa jadi dengan siasatan SPRM terhadap Hannah Yeoh?” →
Thank you so very much, Your Excellency.
After the years of rabid harassment and attempted ethnic cleansing by the DAP to deny us of our roots, cultural heritage and blood ties to our motherland, at last the envoy from China has anointed us as
bona fide Chinese.
Continue reading “Ambassador settles the question – we ARE Chinese, hooray!” →
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The Butcher of Betelham and his excuses, excuses, excuses By Mulan
Adolph Lim knows that the church is the best way to halalkan the killing of dogs. No Buddhist, Taoist or Hindu temple will endorse and halalkan his actions because of the fear of karma.
Continue reading “Uses of political Christianity to the evangelical party” →
Our thanks to commenter
for alerting us to Lousy.Engineer Forbes’ Richest Men in Malaysia 2015 ranking.
1, Robert Kuok, 91, $11.3B, diversified
2, Ananda Krishnan, 77, $9.7B, telecom
3, Quek Leng Chan, 74, $5.6B, banking & real estate
Continue reading “How did racist Umno allow so many Chinese to become so rich?” →
Umno being PPTA (Parti Paling Tidak Apa).
My point is proven looking at how Umno has tolerated Saifuddin Abdullah.
Continue reading “I am right about” →
They are cheerleading the China ambassador.
Plus, look at some of the things they’ve been saying in the comments section of international publications. Below are reader comments to the Sept 24 story ‘
Playing with fire‘ in The Economist. Continue reading “Are the Firsters loyal to Malaysia?” →
Update (9.54pm): “Dr Mahathir also accused the government of encouraging racist sentiments, although Malaysians were getting on well together.” – see FMT‘s ‘ Dr M flays government, Najib for red-shirts rally‘
Ambassadors “don’t do that,” said Wong Chin Huat, who is a fellow at the Penang Institute.
“I find it extraordinary because ambassadors don’t do things in public. You go make a call, you don’t leave a trace,” Wong was quoted as saying today by the Asia Sentinel. Continue reading “Ambassadors don’t do this kind of thing” →
Can you tell which one in the photo below is China’s ambassador to Malaysia, Huang Hui Kang?
He is pictured with a group of Malaysian Chinese in Petaling Street.
Continue reading “Did MCA send a distress call to our motherland?” →
Jamal Yunos arrested’ breaking news in The J-Star.
There will not be any riot in Chinatown tomorrow. Jamal Sekinchan cakap besar jer.
“We want the police to arrest Jamal
Continue reading “Whichever Umno warlord can harness Merah will acquire a potent force” →
Disclaimer: No gory photos, I promise
I have a dog and a cat.
The dog is adopted from PAWS. The cat is picked up from the divider in the middle of a busy road.
Wrt the dog, it was a conscious decision I made to provide a home for a shelter animal rather than buy one from the pet shop or breeder.
BELOW: My dog Continue reading “The issue is the brutality of it all” →
What do the four men below have in common besides their blue checked shirt?
Continue reading “Najib belum ditangkap Interpol lagi, ek?” →
The number of dengue cases in Penang this year is 2,990. The number of deaths from dengue in Malaysia this year is
Do Penangites freak out over aedes mosquitoes?
Do Malaysians freak out after they’ve been bitten by a mosquito?
Continue reading “Do you believe in karma, Guan Eng?” →
Keputusan Kementerian Kemajuan Luar Bandar menghentikan penajaan bagi pelajar baru untuk melanjutkan pengajian ke Taylor’s adalah wajar.
Langkah terbaik ini demi melindungi penuntut Melayu dari terdedah kepada pengaruh evangelista.
Continue reading “Syabas @IsmailSabri60 hentikan tajaan budak Mara ke Taylor’s” →
Warning: This posting contains a graphic image that may upset some readers
Brothers Wang Wenlin and Wang Wencai who shot a wild giant panda in Yunnan, China have been prosecuted, Chinese authorities said yesterday. A third man Li Kequan was also prosecuted for trading the panda’s meat and paws.
Continue reading “Who fancies a meal of panda paws?” →
During Bersih 4.0, ‘somebody’ was stuffed into a cage and paraded around – see photo below. The cage signified a jail cell and the effigy a disgraced criminal.
This ‘criminal’ was also strung upside down like a slaughtered chicken – see photo below.
Continue reading “Merah itu Umno, please own it!” →
To view video, go to
. Ahmad Ali Karim’s blog
is an evergreen song so popular that it has been covered by a host of famous artistes. Sometimes When We Touch
These include the gravel-voiced Rod Stewart, the gruff Bonnie Tyler, crooners Barry Manilow and Engelbert Humperdinck, rocker Tina Turner, country singer Tammy Wynette, pop singers Andy Gibb (in a duet with Marie Osmond), Donny Osmond and many others.
However the cover best liked by Dan Hill, who’s the original singer and co-writer of the 1977 ballad, is the version sung by
Manny Pacquiao. Continue reading “Sometimes Najib needs to punch” →
Malaysian former ambassador Dennis Ignatius said that
Najib Razak and his coterie have released “their own version of the ‘red guards’ to intimidate and terrorize”.
He said this today in his Malaysiakini article – see below – after accusing Umno of having taken a “racist turn”.
Continue reading “Umno unleashing “red terror”, claims evangelista (a former ambassador)” →
Lim Guan Eng’s Twitter handle is
. His Facebook is @cmlimguaneng https://www.facebook.com/ . cmlimguaneng
Both his social media accounts are prefixed with “cm” – chief minister.
Continue reading “The mother of all questions: Do the Chinese want to grab political power?” →
“Kalau kita menganggap perhimpunan baju merah menyatukan Melayu, adakah kita hendak menafikan perhimpunan baju kuning tidak menyatukan Cina? Tambahan pula saya melihat orang Cina lebih komited menyertai Bersih berbanding ‘rombongan Cik Kiah’ dari seluruh pelosok ke Kuala Lumpur 16 September lalu.” – Ku Seman Ku Hussein Continue reading “Ku Seman: “Keadaan BN adalah sangat genting”” →
The Baju Merah taiko was quoted by the media as saying “Cina babi” is not a slur since after all, the Chinese love eating pork.
Jamal Sekinchan is doing what the sneaky bastards did when they claimed that Bak Kut Teh is not pork. Of course any Chinese would be well aware that BKT is pork just as Jamal is equally aware how offensive the taunt “Cina babi” is.
Continue reading “Evangelistas meeting their match in Jamal Sekinchan” →
Take Our Poll
In your opinion, was the Bersih 4.0 rally racial?
Note: “Racial” is not the same as “racist”.
Istilah ‘perkauman’ ikut kamus bererti “yang berkaitan dengan puak/suku bangsa”.
‘Perkauman’ diterjemahkan ke bahasa Inggeris adalah “tribal” atau “clannish” (BI ‘clan’ = BM ‘suku’)
Maksud ‘racial’ ikut Kamus Diwbahasa terbitan DBP ialah “berkaitan dengan bangsa/ras”
Lim Kit Siang complains that the international media is portraying the Red Shirts rally as an anti-Chinese demo.
It’s not true, Grandpapa Dapster chides, claiming that there is no conflict between Chinese and Malays.
Yeah, perhaps there isn’t any acute racial conflict. The conflict is religious – with rivalry between the Religion of Love and the Religion of the Federation coming to a head.
Continue reading “Nice guys don’t win wars” →
It’s an article by Matthias Chang who is Tun’s former political secretary.
Chang has been photographed in the European capitals with Khairuddin Abu Hassan recently making police reports against 1MDB.
Now what do you think Tun is up to – what the ex-premier is up to wrt the sitting PM is public knowledge but what are his other plots – and more specifically, what are Tun’s future plans for Umno?
Read Matthias Chang to find out. Click on PDF below.
“Don’t ask what the Red Rally achieved. It’s more about what the Red Rakyat won’t let Yellowbangs achieve.” –
Azmi Arshad on Facebook (see below)
I’m not a mind reader but I reckon
is saying that the Reds won’t allow the Yellows take over the country. Azmi Continue reading “We’ve had enough of you people” →
Sneaky, oh so sneaky.
Compare between Specimen (1) and Specimen (2).
The J-Star story today Continue reading “Kantoi !” →
Is that like saying,
‘I don’t hate Germans but I hate Nazis’?
Continue reading “DAP creeping out the Red Shirts” →
Actually the pompuan bukan Cina is Hannah Yeoh.
Ashikin Yunus in the video below is a ‘Malaysian’.
Continue reading “Pompuan bukan-Cina kuat meroyan” →
Below is a gem of a historical photograph. Unfortunately I have already
conteng it with a red circle.
I spent the last hour and more surfing the Net to try and find an alternative clear copy. But it’s so rare that I couldn’t locate another one through online search
Continue reading “We had peace when MCA had power” →
Hannah Yeoh’s tweet on the epic fail by Najib to be the PM “for Malaysians of all races” –
Twenty-six-year old Iskandar Fareez
(below) is a DAP member.
He was exposed to the DAP when studying in an Australian university.
Continue reading “Hannah: “Red rally to go on? Najib Razak you have failed…”” →
The Red Shirts have no idea of environment hazard, chides MCA. Burning effigies in the open aggravates the haze, Ti Lian Ker, the party’s
Religious Harmony Bureau chairman admonishes the Umno Kota Bharu pyromaniacs.
Lucky they only set ablaze two – Grandpapa and Papa Dapster – and not three effigies (as Mama was overlooked) or else there would have been more smoke. Furthermore the incineration of Lim Kit Siang, Lim Guan Eng and Hannah Yeoh, even if only in effigy-form, emits really toxic fumes.
Continue reading “Open burning of effigies only adds to the haze – MCA” →
Umno Kota Bharu yesterday enacted “the Taoist rites of effigy-burning and setting up of an altar, complete with joss sticks and fruit offerings”. Lim Kit Siang, who was the object of the mock funeral
(see below), was not amused.
Grandpapa Dapster Lim Sr is right to rebuke Umno for misrepresentation. It is doubtful that he is Taoist. Meanwhile his son
. Guan Eng is a Born Again Christian Continue reading “DAP’s dirty and destructive politics” →
DAP Socialist Youth Perak said after the success of Bersih – where hordes of Yellow Shirts fearlessly took to the streets – Umno and MCA can no longer use the May 13 bogeyman “to scare and bully Malaysians into submission and silence”.
Continue reading “Chinese no longer afraid, says DAPsy Perak” →
Basic journalism pivots on the 5W1H questions.
If one were to apply the ‘What, Who, When, Why, Where and How’ questions to the Red Shirts rally, the asker would definitely get himself lost and end up in Confusion Central, what with the thick haze shrouding the Klang Valley these few days.
Continue reading “The majority silent because they’re konpius” →
Grandpapa Dapster Lim Kit Siang said today the Red Shirts rally “will only make the Malays in Malaysia the laughing stock of the world”. See
latest entry in his blog.
Kit Siang also said “the ‘Kebangkitan Maruah Melayu’ rally represents the worst in Malaysia – the racist, intolerant and bigoted in the country”.
Continue reading “Kit Siang doesn’t know when to shut up” →
The first Bersih took place on 10 Nov 2007 while the most recent Bersih was on 29-30 Aug 2015. Seven years and 10 months elapsed between the two dates.
This approximately eight-year period saw such a great change as to inverse the equation.
In Bersih ori, Malay participation was 80 percent, if not more. In Bersih 4.0, Chinese participation was 80 percent, if not much more. It was the evangelistas and Firsters who
marshaled the yellow tide to overflow the streets.
UBAH, journey from 2007 to 2015
Continue reading “Secret to keeping our country safe” →
Isma wants to teach a lesson to those who are “celupar” against Islam. So it is
suing Eric Paulsen RM3 million for defamation.
According to the Muslim NGO, case mention has been fixed on Oct 5 in the High Court.
Continue reading “Isma sues Eric Paulsen for RM3 million” →