Hannah Yeoh and her DAP Christian buddies got up close and personal with Mahathir on March 12 — see pix below. They were obviously flouting the Covid-19 ‘social distancing’ rule where everybody is required to keep at least six feet apart.
And only one day earlier (March 11), the World Health Organization had sounded its official global “pandemic” alarm.
BELOW: Hopefully one of Mahathir’s assistants remembered to disinfect the back rest where Hannah left her paw print on his chair Continue reading “Evangelical church people in pandemic times: Shame on Hannah Yeoh!”
What a really big U-Turn! Today the DAP parliamentarians are jostling to be cheek by jowl with Mahathir.
Continue reading “DAP reps crowding closely around Mahathir, muaaah”
Geleng kepala …
Sudah boleh dijangka. Memang orang Harapan berjiwa kecil.
Lim Khat Siang is too much (!) and this time he really has exhausted our last ounces of tolerance for him and his party. Continue reading “Terlajak perahu boleh diundur, terlajak mulut Khat Siang buruk padahnya”
The wife of Pastor Daniel Ho tested positive for the novel coronavirus, The J-Star has reported.
Pastor Daniel leads the Damansara Utama Methodist Church which is one of Malaysia’s biggest, most political and controversial congregations. Continue reading “DUMC prayer leader tests positive for coronavirus”
Satu kaedah catuan bagi tempoh dua minggu ini — tonton di video (bawah).
Deputy Women and Family Development Minister Siti Zailah has socially distanced herself after being set upon by the Peace & Love mob over her tweet on the novel coronavirus deemed by them as politically incorrect, insensitive or whatever.
Siti Zailah‘s Twitter account is no longer on the grid. The PAS leader would doubtless have been told by haters that if she cannot take the heat, she should stay out of the kitchen. Continue reading “Siti Zailah bullied off Twitter”
Sheesh … shake my head.
But I would not have expected Guan Eng to be able to rise above his well-known pettiness and malice. It’s already ingrained in his nature. Like father, like son. Continue reading “Amid public health crisis, Guan Eng still trying to score cheap points”
“… dulu bila DAP jadi pembangkang tiap-tiap hari bantai MCA. Mereka berdepan dengan situasi dalam kerajaan, mereka tidak berani dan terus diam,” remarked MCA president Wee Ka Siong in an interview carried today in Sinar Harian.
Continue reading “Masuk jer dalam kerajaan, DAP terus diam — Wee Ka Siong”
Even Mahathir fails to see any need for Chinese pupils to learn Jawi. “Apa perlunya kita suruh dia tulis Jawi?”
Unlike Malay children who are Muslim, the Chinese [who belong to religions other than Islam] don’t recite the Quran, the ex-premier said in an exclusive interview with a Malay daily. “Tulisan Jawi untuk budak-budak Islam, budak-budak Melayu. Kita nak kena baca Quran. Kita kena tahu Jawi.” Continue reading “Lim Khat Siang needlessly browbeat Chinese kids to learn Jawi”
When parliament reconvenes, we’re likely to see the biggest opposition bench in our country’s history. Now there’s one for the Malaysia Book of Records.
And should Mahathir decide to cling on to his disputed chairmanship of Parti Pribumi, then we could also be witnessing the PM and the Opposition Leader both hailing from the same party, hahaha.
In 2018, the DAP with its 42 MPs were awarded altogether 13 ministerial positions — (ministers) Guan Eng, Anthony Loke, Kula, Gobind, Theresa, Bee Yin + (deputies) Nie Ching, Chin Tong, Chieng Jen, Kian Ming, Tengku Zulpuri, Hannah & Steven. That’s a 31 percent rate of reward.
In 2020, the MCA with its mere two MPs were awarded four ministerial positions — (minister) Wee Ka Siong + (deputies) Wee Jeck Seng, Dr Mah Hang Soon & Lim Ban Hong. That’s a 200 percent rate of reward … huhuhuhu !! Continue reading “March 2020 vs May 2018”
Oopsie, it looks like Mahathir lost his self-claimed ‘113’ majority of MPs.
Muhyiddin has announced a huuuge cabinet. Among his new ministers and deputies designate are Eddin Syazlee Shith, Maximus Ongkili, Jonathan Yasin and Jeffrey Kitingan.
The four names above are MPs that were included in the Team Mahathir list that was being widely circulated when the two sides were neck-and-neck in their chase for the ‘112’ magic number.
Logic dictates that if the aforementioned quartet accepted these ministerial appointments in the Muhyiddin administration, then they can no longer be aligned with the Harapan-Mahathir camp. Continue reading “Bingo! Perikatan has just clinched its majority in parliament”
Compare the cabinet line-up under two rival administrations — the first one recently when Chinese voters gave their 95 percent support to Harapan, with the second one previously when the Chinese extended less than 50 percent electoral support to BN.
Under Mahathir as prime minister 2.0, there were five Chinese ministers and eight Chinese deputy ministers. Under Abdullah Badawi in 2004, there were six Chinese ministers and twelve Chinese deputy ministers — see full list below. Continue reading “More Chinese cabinet ministers under BN than during Harapan interregnum”
Immediately after Harapan won the general election, they and their smug supporters were gloating all over the BN losers.
Apparatchiks of the victorious party were derisive and some operatives even downright abusive when lording over those of us voters in the defeated camp. Continue reading “Nasty when they won in 2018, vicious when they lose in 2020”
The DAP suffers a chronic inability to discern any fault within themselves. This causes them to always blame others. The evangelical party shepherds have branded so many scapegoats as to be able to supply Bangsar restaurants with enough frozen mutton for an entire year.
Their blind spot the size of Mahathir’s ego “reflects what they truly are, an insecure party without principles and self-awareness” — the phrase here within quote marks about the DAP is lifted from Bintulu MP Tiong King Sing who gave the “insecure party” a tongue lashing today over their lack of “principles”. Continue reading “Chinese Bintulu MP says DAP is a “party without principles””
Why? Because now y’all will really need the two Wee’s from MCA in parliament to safeguard the continuity of vernacular school. The other Chinese fella is a Sarawak MP – Tiong King Sing.
I’m guessing the MCA president will be included in Muhyiddin’s cabinet. Continue reading “How about Chinese voters start being nicer to Wee Ka Siong?”
Donkey Burger is not all that it is cracked up to be. Continue reading “Sly fox and running dog”
UPDATE: Harapan has informed the public that the coalition accidentally omitted the name of Hulu Selangor MP June Leow from their list of federal lawmakers endorsing Mahathir as PM.
This last-minute inclusion brings the number of non-Muslim Harapan MPs (backing Mahathir) to a total of 67 individuals.
With this amendment, Team Mahathir MPs now comprise almost 60 percent non Muslims. Continue reading “So many Christians among Harapan MPs”