Posted in Melayu DAP

Mahathir’s new party — conceived and born in ‘love’

All the time, Cina DAP will refer to Umno as Bumno, Dumbno and Scumno, i.e. dumb Umno people are bums and scum.

But any Umno reject willing to UBAH (realign themselves with the opposition) are miraculously reborn as bijak dan BERSIH (cleansed through rebirth into the opposition camp). Continue reading “Mahathir’s new party — conceived and born in ‘love’”

Posted in Christian

“Christians must stand up to Islam” — France’s youngest MP

Young patriotic Christians should join the military and stand up to Islam, said a 26-year-old Member of Parliament in France.

Blonde bombshell Marion Maréchal-Le Pen (pix) is herself joining the French army reserves after the slaying of a Christian priest on Tuesday by two Muslim youths. Continue reading ““Christians must stand up to Islam” — France’s youngest MP”

Posted in Melayu DAP

Is KJ on his way out?

Umno Youth making a police report against MACC chief Abu Kassim, ex-AG Gani Patail and former Bank Negara governor Zeti is a deadly serious business.

However it was not Pemuda boss Khairy who had lodged the police report but his deputy Khairul Azwan.

Of late, KJ has been keeping a low profile. Rather than actively defending No.1 – like say ARD, SSK, Azalina, Nazri and Ismail Sabri – he has instead distanced his Pemuda Umno from the party president when traditionally it is the youth wing that takes up the cudgels. Continue reading “Is KJ on his way out?”

Posted in Si Kitol

Black ops to goad Tun into a raging bull

The more blows are directed at him, the deeper the Grand Olde Man digs in his heels.

Tun has over the past year seen his son removed as Kedah MB, his ally sacked as Umno deputy president, the ‘no confidence’ motion (which he strongly backed) on the budget defeated in Parliament, his Deklarasi thwarted, his Proton chairmanship removed, his henchmen charged with economic sabotage, and his police escort taken away.

Even his innocuous Perdana Leadership Foundation, of which Tun is the honorary president, is not left untouched Continue reading “Black ops to goad Tun into a raging bull”

Posted in Evangeliblis

Islamists prevail in Turkey, evangelicals rising in the US, showdown shaping up in M’sia

Islamist president of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan successfully quashed a coup d’etat yesterday by the Turkish army whose officers are traditionally secular.

In the aftermath of the violence, Erdogan has vowed to purge those responsible for the putsch attempt. So far, more than 1,500 Turkish military personnel have been arrested. Continue reading “Islamists prevail in Turkey, evangelicals rising in the US, showdown shaping up in M’sia”

Posted in Protun

Melayu DAP’s hatchet job on party member targeted for the kill

DAP’s Hew Kuan Yau is vulgar in his words and coarse in his actions.

He is a mulut laser who often lets the cat out of the bag wrt his party’s sneaky strategies and dirty tactics.

The political incorrectness of Hew vis-a-vis his ultra Chinese chest-thumping makes him widely disliked outside of DAP circles and an easy target for critics. After his latest gaffe, DAP decided that Hew must go. Continue reading “Melayu DAP’s hatchet job on party member targeted for the kill”

Posted in Evangeliblis

Are the Chinese really as clever as they think they are?

When Lim Guan Eng got into trouble – and Bungalow-gate is actually only his own personal problem – he tried to drag the whole Chinese community into the imbroglio.

Likewise, a little earlier when DAP backed some Christians on the use of ‘Allah’, and some Muslims retaliated, again the evangelical party tried to drag all the non-Muslims into their religious conflict.

The reality is that when decent Malaysians are revolted by the DAP, they’re merely anti-DAP. It does not mean that they’re anti-Chinese. (Or anti-Christian.) Continue reading “Are the Chinese really as clever as they think they are?”

Posted in Evangeliblis

9 dash line: Cina DAP = Malaysian First

Hew Kuan Yau is a DAP veteran leader. Back in 1999, Hew had been put up as the DAP’s general election candidate in a Petaling Jaya state seat.

More than a dozen years ago, he already held the high-ranking post of pol-sec to Kerk Kim Hock, the then interim party sec-gen.

And Hew was made director of DAP’s campaign in the last general election. Continue reading “9 dash line: Cina DAP = Malaysian First”

Posted in Evangeliblis

What the ‘Take Subang for Jesus’ crowd want next

Make no mistake. The movers and shakers in DAP are evangelical Christians, and its top leadership comprises evangelistas.

This little detail was realised by PAS after seven years of up close and personal in tahaluf siyasi. See, ‘Dewan Ulama PAS: Cina DAP rata-rata Kristian, lawan hukum AllahContinue reading “What the ‘Take Subang for Jesus’ crowd want next”

Posted in Evangeliblis

Cornered, Guan Eng poised to counter strike

The idea of a snap poll had been discussed, admitted both Penang’s deputy chief ministers when contacted by the Malay Mail.

MMO Penang senior correspondent Opalyn Mok today reported the option of calling a state election was deliberated as a test vote of confidence on the Pakatan coalition. See ‘Penang mulls snap polls as referendum on Guan Eng charges

What’s more interesting in Mok’s story, however, is the view expressed by James Chin that “an early election would likely see DAP score a stunning victory”.

Continue reading “Cornered, Guan Eng poised to counter strike”

Posted in Evangeliblis

Christian extremists a cause of worry to 31% Muslims in M’sia


One in every five Malaysian Muslims view Christians as being hostile toward Muslims. Three in every 10 Malaysian Muslims are troubled by extremism among Christians.

These results are from a 2013 survey conducted by Pew Research Center. The report was published under the title ‘The World’s Muslims: Religion, Politics and Society’ Continue reading “Christian extremists a cause of worry to 31% Muslims in M’sia”

Posted in Race

Racially profiling intended victims of attack

“Last night, snipers killed five police officers and wounded seven others at an otherwise peaceful rally protesting recent police shootings.” [In Dallas on July 7.]

Duh. Does anyone else think that the above is the most bizarre introduction ever to a story? It’s presented by The Washington Post, no less. Continue reading “Racially profiling intended victims of attack”

Posted in Evangeliblis

YB Taiping’s controversial Christian right Raya greeting

DAP’s member of Parliament for Taiping David Nga Kor Ming uploaded the greeting below for Hari Raya. He is an evangelista, needless to say.

YB Nga’s message reads, “Video Aidilfitri: We serve to bless others, we are from the people, by the people & for the people. Selamat Hari Raya!”

Although he mentions Aidil Fitri as the intention, everything about his post is really American Bible Belt. Continue reading “YB Taiping’s controversial Christian right Raya greeting”

Posted in Evangeliblis

The haters funding DAP

Almost RM1 million was the amount that Anak Bangsa Malaysia (SABM) activist Haris Ibrahim managed to collect through public donations to fund his ABU campaign during the run-up to GE13 previously.

Yesterday DAP successfully raised a similar sum in less than 24 hours — see Hannah Yeoh’s retweet below.

The evangelical party nowadays has access to sources of easy funding on top of an ample war chest. No wonder they’re flush with cash enough to pay their Red Bean Army and the (Umno reject) Melayu. Continue reading “The haters funding DAP”

Posted in Evangeliblis

Unbridgeable gulf between Cina DAP and sane Malaysians

The Chinese, especially those living on Penang island and in Jerusubang, exist in their own ethnic bubble.

To borrow a phrase popularized by MCA’s public enemy No.1 Ridhuan Tee, the Dapster-evangelistas are “ultra kiasu”, i.e. holding to the credo that heads we win, tails you lose‘. Continue reading “Unbridgeable gulf between Cina DAP and sane Malaysians”