First we shall do a thought experiment. How offensive is it to give Malay names to products — say rokok jenama Zahid or Najib Premium Cat Food? Continue reading “Religion politics has superseded race politics”
It is a victory for the religious hardliners.
Members of the government had met with Winepak, makers of Timah whisky, on the issue of the distiller now reluctantly agreeing to change the name of their alcohol. Continue reading “Timah controversy in a DAP-aggravated ecosystem”
He is another one of the konpius, a public intellectual unable to square the circle.
Notably “civil society seems to be merciless in their criticism of Malay and Muslim leaders”, Tajuddin Rasdi remarked two days ago. Continue reading “Kesian Tajuddin Rasdi”
Umno MP Azeez Rahim recounted a light-hearted anecdote in parliament yesterday about speaking Tamil to an elephant as he fed it sugarcane.
The elephant had been caught in his Baling constituency in Kedah and was waiting to be transported to Terengganu for rehab. Continue reading “DAP “rage factory” says it is insulting to speak Tamil to elephant”
“The Rohingya camps, with growing cases of drug and arms smuggling, violence, homicides and other illegal activities, is increasingly becoming a security threat for [Bangladesh],” the Daily Star reported today. Continue reading “Seven killed in madrasah murders”
Both are konpius.
One is confused about his gender, the other about his race. Continue reading “What do Nur Sajat & Guan Eng have in common?”
“Chinese could be the kingmaker in mixed seats where the Malay vote is split between Perikatan Nasional, Umno and Pakatan,” political analyst Khaw Veon Szu was quoted by The Star as saying.
See article ‘Chinese poised to be kingmaker in Melaka election’ in the paper yesterday.
I disagree. I think Chinese voters are delusional if they see themselves in the role of kingmaker. Continue reading “PAS (not Chinese) are the kingmaker in Malacca”
Idris Haron is a Malacca Adun recently sacked from Umno and also formerly chief minister of the state (2013 – 2018).
Idris is now saying that Aduns in his state should be racially “proportionate” to Malacca’s diverse population, and that a “100 percent Malay-Muslim government” is not on. Continue reading “PRN Melaka: Mahathir more honest than DAP”
Was Hang Li Po really a Ming princess?
She was reputed to have been sent here from China to become a wife of Sultan Mansur Shah who ruled Malacca from 1459 to 1477.
Is ‘Hang’ an honorific (title) and similarly conferred on the other famous Hang’s, i.e. Tuah, Jebat, Kasturi, Lekir, Lekiu?
Some British Foreign Office papers were recently declassified that shed more light on the years 1965 – 1966 which saw more than half a million Indonesians massacred. Continue reading “When will Saifuddin learn from Hasina?”
Yesterday, I blogged that because the Malay votes are being split among 6 – 7 parties, their community is not politically monolithic like the Chinese.
In the current controversy over the Malaysian-made new whisky labeled ‘Timah’, we see how the Malays check and balance each other (something impossible to happen among the politically homogenous Chinese). Continue reading “Where is Timah importing its whisky ingredients from?”
Yesterday I asked my blog readers to guess the ethnicity of a rape suspect charged by the Philadelphia police in a particularly egregious incident of sexual assault. Continue reading “Chinese indirectly voting to prolong NEP”
The incident happened in the dysfunctional USA, where else — the world capital of woke.
Philadelphia police have charged a suspect for the rape which took place openly on public transport.
Malaysia will continue to strongly advocate against human rights violations perpetrated on Palestinians and Rohingya, said our Foreign Minister on Friday (Oct 15).
Saifuddin Abdullah said in a statement: “Di persada antarabangsa, Malaysia akan terus membantah sekeras-kerasnya penindasan hak asasi manusia yang dilakukan, antaranya terhadap rakyat Palestin dan Rohingya di Myanmar.” Continue reading “M’sia staunchly defends Palestinians & Rohingya but quiet on Uighurs”
“The Chinese have about 6,000 years of culture and they can survive anywhere. Wherever they go, they create China Towns but the Malays cannot survive as their culture is not competitive,” Mahathir was quoted as saying by Business Today on Oct 13. Continue reading “Why the NEP will remain never ending”
Under all circumstances, you’re just not allowed to criticize a black person.
If you dare to do so, the wokeist horde will call you a “racist”. Continue reading “Herd immunity”
Taiwan “has been home to Malayo-Polynesian peoples for many millenniums”, says the country’s official website detailing its national history. See https://www.taiwan.gov.tw/content_3.php
“According to ProPublica, more than ten thousand Chinese government-linked accounts on Twitter were used to cast doubt on early reports related to the outbreak in Wuhan.”
“Citizen Lab documented thousands of keywords related to COVID that were suppressed by the Chinese government on platforms YY and WeChat. Many deleted posts criticized the government for their handling of the outbreak.” Continue reading “How the Beijing big bullies browbeat everybody”
The public has been “terribly misinformed” about the real origin of the Wuhan virus, says Sharri Markson, investigations editor at The Australian newspaper cum Sky News television host. Continue reading “Wuhan lab leak hypothesis”
‘The Boy Who Cried Wolf’ is an Aesop fable teaching that it is counter productive to raise false alarms because any later true claims will be subsequently disregarded. Continue reading “Our national hobby of making police reports”
In his press statement on Thursday (Oct 7), Lim Guan Eng said: “Since PAS decided to break away from the late PAS leader Allahyarham Tok Guru Nik Aziz politics of moderation, tolerance and respect for non-Muslims, PAS had adopted a policy of hostility towards non-Muslims.”
Guan Eng is misinforming the non Muslims when he claims that the PAS of today (note: Nik Aziz passed away in 2015) is different from PAS pre-2015 with regard to its Islamist politics. Continue reading “DAP using Nik Aziz as fig leaf”
There is a louder public outcry at 26-year-old Danesh Raj Nagarajan being appointed to a university board of directors than there was when 26-year-old Syed Saddiq was appointed to the cabinet as a federal minister.
Why the difference in reaction when both are similarly young twenty-somethings? Continue reading “If Saddiq can, why Danesh cannot?”
“Since PAS decided to break away from the late PAS leader Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat’s politics of moderation, tolerance and respect for non-Muslims, the party had adopted a policy of hostility towards non-Muslims,” said Lim Guan Eng in a statement yesterday. Continue reading “Chinese believe PAS was previously good but now Taliban”
Historian Niall Ferguson discusses the Wuhan virus with former Australian deputy prime minister John Anderson — see video below, relevant time stamp from minute 9:10 onwards. Continue reading “Pandemic avoidable had Chinese authorities only been honest — historian”
A snap election in Malacca will be an interesting litmus test to see if Malays are willing to vote for BN Chinese candidates again.
Or whether BN is still willing to field MCA in Malay-majority areas. Continue reading “Idris Haron claims one-race ruling party is not Keluarga Melaka”
In his press statement yesterday, DAP exco cum Penang-Forever-DCM (II) Ramasamy Palanisamy decried the “morally corrupt” ethnocrats in Malaysia.
Using his platform in Focus Malaysia, Ramasamy said that “racist and religious attacks are symptomatic of the larger political and economic system” — see below. Continue reading “DAP punching down with impunity”
A Bersatu man resigned as vice chairman of his party’s Pasir Puteh division after he got cancelled by the woke mob — see news story tweeted below. Continue reading “Something disturbing about the Dapster psyche”
They’re in a tight crowd. There is no social distancing and nobody’s wearing mask.
The Rohingya men below were photographed a few days ago on Thursday (Sept 30). Continue reading “Super spreader event following Rohingya assassination”
Dong Zong expressed its gratitude to MCA on Thursday for securing an RM15 million allocation for Chinese independent schools.
The grateful statement, however, did not go down well with the DAP. Continue reading “Dong Zong has seen the light but Dapsters not yet”