“It has often been said that the opposition coalition has done a fantastic job of tapping into
Chinese against the government and fanning it into a resentment against Umno,” wrote Joceline Tan in her massive hate campaign column today.
“At the same time, they have been selling the Chinese electorate a dream of power. Many Chinese are still carrying that dream of toppling the Barisan and ushering into power a coalition where the Chinese-dominated DAP calls the shots,” added Joceline.
Continue reading “Perpaduan ummah is the most important objective now” →
Tun adalah antara punca utama BN ditolak ramai pengundi yang sebelum itu (pra-2008) bersifat pro-kerajaan.
Ini pula Tun mahu menuduh yang Mat Bashah menjadi faktor kekalahan BN di Kedah dalam PRU12. Ish, orang tua ni.
Continue reading “Tun kelentong lagi, ish!” →
The loudest cheerleading for Mukhriz is coming from the Dapsters and the pro-oppo media.
They’re painting him as the hapless victim and like he’s being persecuted by Najib.
Continue reading “Spinning the Mukhriz story: Protuns and Dapsters hand in glove” →
MCA has a university — Utar.
One of its lecturers previously was Chong Zhemin. Today Chong is DAP Perak’s
Economic Development bureau chief.
How many more Chongs are there still in Utar actively moulding the young minds?
Continue reading “Gerakan party’s university hosting Guan Eng think-tank event” →
Menteri Besar memerlukan sekurang-kurangnya empat orang exco untuk membantu beliau mentadbir negeri.
Kita boleh tengok
precedent (contoh terdahulu) dalam tindakan yang diambil MB Selangor Khalid Ibrahim sebelum ini, iaitu tatkala berlaku pemberontakan dan perebutan jawatan di kalangan kem-kem musuh Pakatan Rakyat.
Khalid telah memecat lima orang exconya pada Ogos 2014. Pemecatan mereka berkuatkuasa dengan serta merta.
Continue reading “Mogok exco mampu lumpuhkan kerajaan Kedah” →
“Malaysian Attorneys-General assume a dual role: they are simultaneously the legal adviser to the Government and the Public Prosecutor.”
“As Public Prosecutor, the A-G is a public institution
for any offence or crime.” empowered by the Constitution with all the discretionary powers in the world to charge or not to charge anyone
Continue reading “The AG’s role – views by four politicians” →
By Shamshul Anuar
DAP achieved great success in last election. It has Chinese votes behind it solidly. And DAP tastes limited power in the form of Pulau Pinang.
Now it focus on Putrajaya. And to get Putrajaya, it has to dislodge the only party that is standing in its way: Umno. What better way to succeed than slandering.
Continue reading “Time now for Najib to make Umno renegades toe the line” →
Tun Mahathir is not surprised as he had predicted previously that the Attorney-General would “tolak bulat-bulat” the MACC report.
“Saya tak akan rasa pelik kalau AG tak tolak. Saya ingat dia akan tolak juga,” was Tun’s forecast as early as three weeks ago.
Continue reading “Tun’s take on Najib ‘case closed’” →
Umno propagandists are demonizing PAN president Mat Sabu as “a puppet or tool of DAP”, Grandpapa Dapster complained last night.
And PAS propagandists are adopting the Umno campaign of ‘lies, fear and hate’ against Mat Sabu too, Kit Siang alleged in
a speech delivered in Muhyiddin Yassin’s constituency of Pagoh. Continue reading “Kit Siang: “Mat Sabu never an agent, stooge or puppet of DAP”” →
Since our attention this week is riveted on Kedah, one little factoid previously pointed out by regular commenter Shamshul Anuar came to my mind.
It’s about how Mat Sabu is beset by a losing streak.
Continue reading “Mat Sabu makan nasi putih, minum air kosong” →
Kerajaan telah memperuntukkan satu bilion ringgit kepada sekolah mubaligh dan sekolah Cina sejak tahun 2008 mahupun kedua-dua masyarakat – iaitu, golongan Kristian dan kaum Tionghua – tersebut menolak BN mentah-mentah.
“(Mereka) guna pitis, perempuan pun guna dan guna segala-galanya untuk nak tarik orang,” Tuan Guru Hadi Awang dilaporkan sebagai berkata tentang kegiatan menyeleweng sesetengah mubaligh Kristian.
Beliau berkata demikian ketika ditemui
pemberita selepas menyampaikan kuliah mingguan pada pagi Jan 22 baru-baru ini. Buletin Online
Continue reading “Hadi Awang: Ramai bekas paderi mengkaji penyelewengan Kristian” →
There are some terrible DAP supporters that cannot be reasoned with, who engage in intolerable Malay and Islam bashing, wrote Raja Petra Kamarudin in his
No Holds Barred column today.
Raja Petra said he and the late MGG Pillai had concluded that “the hatred that the Chinese supporters of DAP have for the Malays and Islam is just too far gone and would be impossible to erase”.
Continue reading “Kit Siang quotes from the Quran!” →
“Jika pembedahan perlu dilakukan, tetapi, tidak ada anesthetic untuk mengebaskan atau menidurkan si pesakit yang hendak dibedah, saya akan ikat dan tambat pesakit tadi dan saya akan bedah juga walaupun pesakit menjerit sekuat-kuat jeritan.”
“Itulah cara Tun Dr Mahathir bertindak.”
The above description is courtesy of Sanusi Junid,
Continue reading “Najib perlu ikut cara Tun, potong jer” →
Tengok lah. In a few short days.
See whether Mukhriz is still defiant and Kedah gets a new MB.
The pitfall of the Protuns is that they get caught up in their own propaganda.
Continue reading “Removing Mukhriz — as realpolitik as it gets” →
‘Shut your gap’ was Ali Tinju’s warning to MCA leaders last month in the wake of yet another flap over the sale of mobile phones gone awry. Continue reading “Ali Tinju perlu lebih pintar sikit” →
Dr Chandra Muzaffar wrote yesterday:
“It is obvious that the attempt to oust Mukhriz has nothing to do with his governance. Nor does it accord with democratic principles. It appears to be a mischievous move aimed at helping someone tighten his grip over power — to the detriment of the people.”
Dr Chandra’s article appeared in the
website. He is the chairman of the Yayasan 1Malaysia 1Malaysia Foundation — which is Najib’s spiritual home, so to speak. Continue reading “Little hand grenades exploding in the house” →
When PKR ousted Khalid Ibrahim as Selangor Menteri Besar, it was wholly a party decision.
Members of the public were not consulted despite that the corporate Tan Sri was more popular with us Selangorians than Azmin, and we had rejected PKR’s choice of Wan Azizah.
Continue reading “Mukhriz’s situation chance for Najib to be war general” →
There are 191 Umno divisions nationwide. Under these divisions are
21,245 currently active branches.
Umno divisions are present in every state except Sarawak:
Update: The big-headed and fraudulent Protun blog should be better described as a hate site.
Its comment space is now dominated by Dapsters and haters who use it as a platform of spread their black propaganda and anti-Najib, anti-government lies.
Continue reading “Imposter’s Acc. terminated / Protun in cahoots with Chinese ultra” →
MCA vehemently condemns what it calls the “extremist statement hurting the Christians” made recently by the president of PAS.
The BN Chinese party president
Liow Tiong Lai called the statement by Hadi Awang “dangerous and irresponsible”. Continue reading “MCA strongly upholds the right of evangelists to preach” →
The Ministry of Domestic Trade is mulling guidelines to segregate supermarket trolleys under a new business licencing requirement.
It is suggested that the trolleys be differentiated by colour. A further option is to have separate payment counters for halal and non-halal items.
Continue reading “Yellow trolleys for non-halal, green trolleys for Muslims” →
MCA has just beaten DAP to the punch in aiming a blow at the ‘parti Islam’.
Its vice president
Chew Mei Fun today slammed the PAS president for “yet another inflammatory accusation aimed at sowing distrust against Christians in Malaysia”. Continue reading “MCA is becoming more DAP than DAP” →
brainless zombies who unquestioningly believe the Sarawak Report and spread its false contents are the Dapsters and the Protuns. Continue reading “Tipu dan bohong adalah darah daging mereka” →
Cara orang Kristian menjalankan dakwah mereka adalah merupakan “penyelewengan atas nama agama”.
“Perkara yang membahayakan ini perlu ditangani,” kata Tuan Guru Hadi Awang dalam
kuliah Jumaat beliau baru-baru ini di masjid Rusila. Continue reading “Hadi Awang: Helah pendakwah Kristian “perkara yang membahayakan”” →
Perdana Menteri akan mempengerusikan mesyuarat Majlis Keselamatan Negara esok bagi membincangkan segala langkah keselamatan yang telah diambil serta perkembangan terkini termasuk kejadian keganasan di Jakarta minggu lepas.
Continue reading “Tick tock, tick tock” →
Then the DAP troublemakers would similarly be thrown into Kamunting.
Continue reading “Good idea for Najib to emulate his father” →
“The perception in Umno is that Dr Mahathir no longer cares whether his attacks on Najib will also bring down their party or Barisan,” wrote Joceline Tan in her
Joceline observed,”The irony is that surviving Dr Mahathir has also strengthened Najib’s hand in Umno”.
Continue reading “Perception that Tun no longer cares if his attacks bring down Umno” →
Malaysia has allowed its ethnic minority to preserve their Chinese dialects, Chinese customs and Chinese culture in the spirit of goodwill.
Ini disebut semangat bertolak ansur tetapi nampaknya Cina semakin kuat menolak manakala Melayu sedang berundur secara beransur-ansur sehinggalah tersepit di penjuru.
Continue reading “The real lesson from SJKC Pai Chee” →
The latest attack by Muslim militants in the Burkina Faso capital city, killing at least 20 people, should come as no surprise.
Last night’s bombing and gun battle outside Splendid Hotel in Ouagadougou was almost inevitable given the Christian vs Muslim religious demography of Burkina Faso.
Continue reading “Burkina Faso bombing signals ‘it’ is coming closer and closer to home” →
“Umno has since swung further to the right and its supporters have become increasingly
, as shown during the Sept 16 red shirt rally,” said a anti-Chinese Malaysiakini article yesterday headlined ‘ Analyst: Chinese bogeymen may scare Malays into Najib’s hands‘.
Continue reading “Baju Merah+Hijau lawan Baju Kuning” →
“TalentCorp has little to show for the millions it has spent to lure Malaysian abroad home,” says
TMI‘s top/most read story today headlined ‘More packing up and leaving Malaysia’.
Talking about (what the DAP popularly terms) the ‘brain drain’, George Chang writes that the immigrant flow of former Malaysians to Australia is due to the belief that “there is no future for them in Malaysia”.
Continue reading “SJKC Pai Chee principal, three Malay teachers transferred out” →
“We duly take note on the fact that these extreme actions are getting closer and closer to home”, Global Movement of Moderates CEO Nasharudin Mat Isa said in a
statement today condemning the gunfire and bombing attacks on Jakarta.
Continue reading ““Extreme actions are getting closer and closer to home” – Ustaz Nasha” →
No update as yet by Starbucks in Twitter on the Jakarta bombing.
Continue reading “Why did they pick Starbucks?” →
Wong Chun Wai’s exit from GMM is no loss.
In fact, it is a positive gain for Malaysia. Now if more two-faced evangelistas would only follow his lead and remove their corrosive Firster toxicity from our national mainstream.
Continue reading “Congrats Ustaz Nasha on first ‘Moderates’ milestone” →
Lim Kit Siang made five fudges when trying desperately to convince Malays that the DAP is meek, mild and mercifully disinterested in taking over the country.
Continue reading “Kit Siang fudging with his “only 13 percent” Chinese whinge” →
‘PAS No 2: It’s time we take BN bull by the horns’, says the
J-Star headline in a story uploaded a short while ago.
The article title – about “BN bull” that was drafted by an EvangeliSTAR copyeditor – does not match the actual news content produced by the reporter.
Continue reading “Another Scissors stab in the back! / When will MCA be sacked?” →
Referring to the recent Court of Appeal decision on a child custody
cause celebre, J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai wrote, “…non-Muslims cannot appear in the Syariah Court, so how on earth is Indira Gandhi going to seek redress in the Islamic courts?” Continue reading “Why PAS has replaced Umno as DAP’s enemy No.1” →
This morning, a Christian reader of this blog
WtJ commented that he is waiting for his Australian permanent residence application to be “approved anytime soon”.
He said @
2016/01/09 at 11:42 am, “I’m well on my way of getting out of here [Malaysia] and frankly I can’t wait.”
Continue reading “PAS to expose DAP’s alleged ties with enemies of Islam” →
The three testimonies below are copypasted from Syed Akbar Ali’s blog post today. They are personal stories shared by Tuan Syed’s readers.
Continue reading “Angry Chinese still bitter, resentful even after all these years” →
Like I said, they’re the sneakiest bastards who crawled out from the bowels of hell.
First let me show you how they impersonated Twitter personality Tan Keng Liang who is the Gerakan Youth chief. And how sneakily they went about doing it.
Continue reading “Dapster operative has been impersonating me on message board” →
PAS will not be joining BN, said Majlis Syura Ulama in a
Well, nobody had realistically expected that kind of formalization anyway. Not at this early juncture so soon after PAS’s split from the now dead Pakatan Rakyat.
Continue reading “Update on the Umno-PAS-DAP situation” →
‘Konsep patuh syariah hanya mahu untung guna Islam, kata Dr Mahathir’
Why is Tun skeptical of the
niat or intent for syariah compliance? His ideological position on this matter is on the opposite end to PAS.
It is the DAP – a party nowadays more and more oriented towards political Christianity – that is believed by PAS to be against God’s law (“lawan hukum Allah”).
Continue reading “Which leader best equipped to fight the neo-Zionists?” →
Siber trooper mereka mula menggila babi dah. Begitu terdesak untuk cuba membentuk persepsi negatif dengan matlamat mahu menggagalkan usaha perpaduan parti Melayu dan parti Islam.
DAP yang anti-Melayu dan anti-Islam
. Kejam. Menzalimi insan-insan yang mereka aniaya. ibarat Zionis Continue reading “DAP gelabah melihat PAS dan Umno sudah rapatkan saf” →