DAP has become nothing more than Pak Turut who obey Mahathir’s diktats, Umno commented yesterday.
As can be seen, Mahathir has arrogated too much power unto himself. And DAP have been as quiet as church mice on his imperial ways. Not a squeak.
Continue reading “DAP cheese-eating surrender monkeys squatting on time bombs”
Tomorrow we celebrate our country’s 61st anniversary of independence. Happy birthday Malaysia. The day when it all began was 31 August 1957.
For Sabahans and Sarawakians, their significant date is
. 16 Sept 1963
For the Hope & Change
volk, Year Zero of Malaysia Baru began 9 May 2018. Hail Victory! Continue reading “Body of lion, head of man”
His country breaks up.
‘Balkanization’ describes “ ethnic conflict within multiethnic states“, the Encyclopedia Britannica informs us, whereafter that restive multiracial country separates into ethnically HOMOGENEOUS countries that are each hostile to the other. Continue reading “What happens when the old dictator dies?”
In the one hundred days following GE14, Umno and PAS have grown increasingly closer and signalled their willingness to cooperate.
Continue reading “DAP and Pribumi are the Scorpion and the Frog”
Mahathir Mohamad is the top foreign affairs
today in the Israel National News news item (Arutz Sheva) under article headline ‘Malaysian prime minister defends his right to be anti-Semitic’.
Mahathir has long had an international reputation of being ‘anti-Semitic’, meaning anti Jew. He claims, however, that anti-Semitism is an invented term only. He vigorously defends his right to exercise free speech on his favourite bugbear – the matter of the Jewish race.
Continue reading “Mahathir makes news headline in Israel today”
When the norms of power sharing are turned upside down, it is expected that our social foundation will be upended too. A destabilized country is never a safe country.
Contrasting Harapan with BN
• In BN, the premier is from the biggest party; the Harapan PM is from one of the smallest parties
• In BN, cabinet seats are distributed proportionately; the Harapan cabinet disproportionately favours Malay party Pribumi and Islamist party PAN at the expense of multiracial parties PKR and DAP – see charts below Continue reading “Live by the sword, die by the sword”
Recall the DAP’s behaviour and methods over the last decade.
It’s time now to treat DAP in the very same way the DAP have always treated their enemies.
The Umno ex-president shows how to return the favour.
Continue reading “Umno starting to give DAP a taste of its own medicine”
The government will prepare a
for the private sector, Minister in the PM’s Department Mujahid Yusof Rawa was syariah-compliant dress code by reported Malaysiakini as saying. The set of guidelines is expected to be completed by the end of the year, announced Mujahid. Continue reading “Syariah-compliant dress code for private sector receives enthusiastic support”
Former Selangor Speaker Teng Chang Kim intimated that DAP could parachute even a buffalo into Balakong on its by-election ticket and it would still get the votes (read Malaysiakini story
Teng further remarked that many of the DAP new breed politicians are entitled millennials who are “arrogant and cause chaos after coming to power”.
Continue reading “DAP’s buffalo in Balakong”
It was only less than a month-and-half ago that I pondered ‘Will dogs have a better life in
?’ New Malaysia
This week, through the photographs below, we can see the answer. Dogs tortured in Shah Alam have suffered their legs chopped off.
Continue reading “A picture of Malaysia Baru”
Sungai Kandis was the Rubicon and Umno has crossed it.
In the general election earlier on May 9, the Harapan candidate had won the Sungai Kandis state seat handily with a majority of
In the byelection held there yesterday, the Harapan candidate won with a greatly reduced majority o
votes. f 5,842
It can’t be downplayed – even though Harapan is desperately trying to do just that – an inconvenient fact that PKR’s majority in Sungai Kandis suffered a huge drop of 6,638 votes in only three months between GE14 and byelection.
Continue reading “Two biggest Malay parties are in the opposition”
Turnout for today’s byelection in Sungai Kandis is low, projected to be below 50 percent. Harapan is no longer enjoying the maniacal support that they commanded during GE14 just a couple of months ago, where at Sungai Kandis the voter turnout was a high 86 percent.
Disillusionment with the pact of Hope & Change has set in very quickly among the duped electorate. The drop in Sungai Kandis voter turnout is indeed precipitous.
Continue reading “Sungai Kandis: Harapan haemorrhaging support”
Berceramah di kempen pilihanraya kecil
seorang MP Umno Tajuddin Abdul Rahman semalam menggesa pengundi agar berwaspada terhadap agenda Kristianisasi DAP. Sungai Kandis,
Continue reading “Kit Siang tidak nafi Guan Eng Kristian”
Three by-elections are pending in Selangor due to their elected reps’ untimely passing:
Sungai Kandis — polling to be held tomorrow
Balakong — Adun died in car accident
Seri Setia — Adun’s demise from cancer
Continue reading “Sg Kandis: Such loving language from the anti-Umno people”
The Zimbabwean army are patrolling the streets and they’ve opened fire on protesters in the capital city Harare.
Continue reading “Post-election violence in Zimbabwe following ouster of 94-year-old Mugabe”
Lim Guan Eng mahu berlagak seolah-olah dia dan partinya cukup anti Isreal. Konon.
Kami mengecam sekeras-kerasnya tindakan Knesset (Parlimen) Israel meluluskan undang-undang negara bangsa “yang bersifat zalim, tidak adil dan demokratik sama sekali,” kata setiausaha agung DAP itu pada minggu lepas.
Kalau betul, maka kerajaan Harapan sekarang harus didesak DAP untuk memboikot Israel dengan tidak lagi meluluskan permit khas bagi evangelis Malaysia membuat kunjungan ke kota Baitulmaqdis (Jerusalem) yang dikuasai Israel.
Continue reading “Kerajaan Harapan wajar sekat lawatan evangelis ke Baitulmaqdis”