Bersatu Youth triggered the Dapsters when their spokesman pointed out that foreigners speak better BM than a certain group of Malaysian citizens. Continue reading “Bangla, Rohingya, Pakistani, Nepali, Yemeni, Burmese and everybody else speaks better BM than Cina DAP”
DAP suffers from ‘religious schizophrenia‘, something I’ve already mentioned before. And we’re now looking at the party’s bipolar problem acting up again.
Two of the party firebrands, the evangelical Christian Nga Kor Ming and Wong Kah Woh, raised a hue and cry recently about sekolah Cina signboards in Pahang that had Jawi writing but were missing Chinese script (see pix below). Continue reading “Pro or anti Jawi? DAP’s religious schizophrenia”
“In Pakatan Harapan’s brief tenure in the federal government, former prime minister (twice) Dr Mahathir Mohamad publicly castrated Lim Guan Eng, when he said that Lim had to run everything through him before he made any important decisions” wrote Thayaparan in his Malaysiakini column yesterday. Continue reading ““Mahathir Mohamad publicly castrated Lim Guan Eng” — Thayaparan (Malaysiakini)”
Amanat Tun Dr Mahathir aka Kongres Maruah Melayu passed a resolution to abolish our Chinese and Tamil schools.
The congress on 6 Oct 2019 was convened with the purpose of platforming Mahathir’s lifelong agenda. Continue reading “DAP appears to tacitly agree that Chinese schools be abolished”
Lawyer Haniff Khatri is arguing in court that such schools are contrary to Article 152 of the federal constitution pertaining to BM as our national language — see NST article yesterday headlined ‘Lawyer calls for closure of vernacular schools’. Continue reading “Drinking, gambling and sekolah Cina are not constitutional rights”
A Covington Catholic High School student sued CNN $275 million for defamation. In January 2020, CNN reached an out-of-court settlement with Nicholas Sandmann. Continue reading “How teenager became multi millionaire overnight”
There are 28 state seats in Malacca. PAS contested only eight of them in the election two days ago (see table below). Continue reading “Patrick and Michael must have got Malay votes”
Malay voters are not giving DAP a second chance nor the time of day.
DAP only managed to retain its four Chinese-majority seats in yesterday’s Malacca election. Continue reading “Melaka Malays reject DAP bigly”
What beautiful symmetry: Three coalitions, each with three component parties (below), contesting the Malacca election.
Not only is today’s poll a curtain raiser to GE15, its results will indicate to us also the pattern of multicultural (or not) politics to come. Continue reading “Predicting a BN win”
Below are the Gerakan-PN candidates in today’s Malacca election. I predict they’re all going to lose their deposits.
- Dhanesh in Asahan (35% non-Malay voters)
- Michael Gan in Ayer Keroh (51% Chinese voters)
- Clarice Chan in Bandar Hilir (77% Chinese voters)
- Karen Fong in Kota Laksamana (79% Chinese voters)
- Patrick Ng in Kesidang (57% Chinese voters)
“Kota Laksamana, Bandar Hilir, Kesidang and Ayer Keroh, where Chinese make up between 50% and 79% of the electorate will go to DAP even if the candidate is a banana tree.” — Joceline Tan in The Star on 16 Nov 2021
Not guilty. Not guilty. Not guilty. Not guilty. Not guilty. Not guilty on all five counts.
Half of Amerika burst into tears of joy, relief and thankful prayer when the jury delivered its brave and correct verdict to acquit Kyle Rittenhouse. Continue reading “A country divided in two”
How did we reach today’s Kafkaesque religious terrain? I suggest we arrived here through the DAP schizophrenia. Continue reading “DAP confused about the cross”
Talk about black humour twist to a bizarre story.
DAP’s campaign poster had used a stock photo of the landmark Malacca church to be its backdrop. Strangely, the cross on this centuries old historical building is missing — see below. Continue reading “DAP campaign poster: ’Before’ pix (no cross), ‘After’ pix (cross is added)”
According to a Malaysiakini article today, “MCA secretary-general Chong Sin Woon has accused the DAP of removing the crucifix [sic] from a photograph of Malacca’s Christ Church to placate Malay Muslim voters”.
Chong is referring to DAP’s election poster in Chinese urging youths to return home to Malacca for a day to vote “a decision that lasts five years”. Continue reading “Missing church cross: How convenient for DAP”
Tomorrow in Malacca, DAP will be knocked off their high perch. Good.
Can’t wait to see such an edifying sight!
“Why are you doing this to Dad?” — Marina Mahathir, The Apple and the Tree (2021)
BELOW: Flashback of Bersih protestor doing his toilet on ‘Najib’ in 2015 Continue reading “Dapsters swallowing toilet paper — a pictorial”
A video clip uploaded on Nov 15 shows the contentious exchange between two PAS ministers and FMT reporter Minderjeet Kaur. Continue reading “Minister six times asked reporter to speak BM”
Why didn’t the non-Malay reporter simply rephrase her supposedly “tough question” in BM when asked to do so by the PAS minister?
How is a request by the minister for Minderjeet Kaur to frame her question in BM (instead of using English) to be regarded as hindering the journalist from doing her job? My response to the headlines below. Continue reading “The Nons do not, cannot or will not speak BM”
The non Malays have incomparable freedom to live a liberal lifestyle, according to the latest salvo from Mahathir.
This time, Mahathir recalls the unprecedented liberalism shown to non Malays and non Muslims in the country — see below. Continue reading “DAP to convince the Nons that Mahathir will save M’sia again?”
• BN — Umno, MCA, MIC
• Harapan —DAP, PKR, Amanah, Upko
• PN — Bersatu, PAS, Gerakan
The Malacca election on Nov 20 will be a bellwether for the future of multiculturalism in Malaysia. Continue reading “Melaka superfrog: One jump fwd for DAP, two hops backward for Chinese”
Was the Sheraton Move something out of the blue or could we reasonably have expected such a scorpion sting to come from Mahathir?
DAP had assured its sheeple that Mahathir was a “changed man” who would never think to pull the rug out from Anwar’s feet before the promised PM changeover.
Mahathir: “You see, when Malaysia became independent in 1957, we had people of foreign origin. We accepted all of them. They are now citizens.” Continue reading “Mahathir’s analogy on Chinese, Rohingya (Nov 2018)”
A captive audience has filed a civil rights lawsuit against their Oklahoma jail for torturing them with the song Baby Shark played on an endless loop.
The plaintiffs (a group of former prison inmates) said in their lawsuit that the children’s song – blared on repeat mode for hours – was used as a “device to torment” them. Continue reading “Torturing our ear to hear them speak BM”
Our PMs had the following slogans for their respective administrations:
- Malaysia Boleh
- Pandang Timur
- Wawasan 2020
“It is the most racially configured of budgets in the nation’s history,” said Ramesh Chander, Lim Teck Ghee and Murray Hunter. [Note: Ramesh is a former chief statistician of Malaysia.] Continue reading “Chinese crying buckets over Budget and spilled milk”
“Dan orang asing pun membanjiri Negara kita. Tujuh juta orang asing masih berada di sini sekarang ini,” Mahathir said on 6 Sept 2019 — see his tweet below. Continue reading “Are the seven million Chinese ‘orang asing’ in Mahathir’s mind?”
“This Malay Dignity Congress has brutally shaken us out of our delusional slumber. We are ‘orang asing’, now and forever.” — David Dass in Malaysiakini vox populi, 8 Oct 2019
“Orang asing membanjiri negara kita” — Mahathir, 6 Sept 2019 Continue reading ““Non Malays will be orang asing, now and forever” — Malaysiakinians”
Mahathir said that the residents of Bukit Malut are not Rohingya but Kedah Malays.
One group of Malays are said to have merantau up north circa 1865, even reaching to as far as southern Burma.
Mahathir said these olden Malay travellers (seafarers) have lately returned from Myanmar to Bukit Malut, Langkawi — see his tweet below. Continue reading “Mahathir’s blood-and-soil argument”
Really painful on the ear to listen to the DAP sec-gen during yesterday’s debate with Wee Ka Siong (video available at the bottom of this page). Continue reading “Guan Eng speaks BM so poorly”
Story reported yesterday in the Bangkok Post.
‘Bangladesh tahan lebih 170 Rohingya’— laporan semalam @ Berita Harian Continue reading “Bangladesh police arrest 172 Rohingya “
“Really, is Mahathir anti-Chinese?” asked Kit Siang on 5 May 2018, i.e. a week before GE14.