Tribalism is the natural order of things. Pluralism (multiracial, multi religious diversity) is a forced framework imposed on unwilling groups.
‘Is Bosnia on the brink of war?’, the Turks want to know. Continue reading “With friends like the Yanks and Brits, Bosnia doesn’t need enemies”
Malaysia Airlines flight 17 (MH17) was brought down by a surface-to-air missile fired over eastern Ukraine on 17 July 2014.
The Boeing 777 was on a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur with 298 passengers and crew. Continue reading “Ukraine impacted M’sia (MH17 airliner); Israel will airlift Ukrainian Jews”
ABOVE: The book ‘Pendedahan Agenda Kristian’ is published by MAIS (Majlis Agama Islam Selangor) Continue reading “Harapan’s branding radiates Born Again Christian vibes”
The coming snap poll in Johor is Umno settling score with Bersatu. But it will also feature an entertaining sideshow of BN cutting PKR down to size. Continue reading “What does a PKR wipeout in Johor portend?”
DAP had attacked Umno’s PM6 Najib so very viciously as to get until 95 percent Chinese support. And also relentlessly enough to get the Malay swing vote that toppled BN in 2018.
Now they’re repeating their tried and tested formula of waging ‘Total War’ on Umno’s PM9 Ismail Sabri. Continue reading “DAP going scorched earth on Ismail Sabri like they did Najib”
I do not expect the DAP’s Lambs of God to personally take Rohingya street children into their home to shelter, feed and clothe the brats.
All I’m asking is whether their party has any policy or five-year plan regarding the more than 200,000 Rohingya now living here. Continue reading “Stateless in Selayang”
So. What do you wanna be when you grow up?
Continue reading “Remember him? “
Lebanon: “Do you think we should be worried about a return to civil war?”
‘Yup’ said a straw poll (below) featured in You Tube yesterday. Continue reading “PAS, DAP two ends of a horseshoe magnet”
It is puzzling why they’re so opposed to Zakir Naik and object vehemently to him staying here when they’re usually the loudest champions of showing humanity to Rohingya refugees. Continue reading “Why Jerusubangites should give Zakir Naik a warm welcome”
“Lebanon sits on the brink of a complete and catastrophic collapse,” says Prof. James Ker-Lindsay in a video commentary today. Continue reading “‘So how did the country get into such a mess?’ — professor”
From this fella’s tweet, it appears that he might be interested to leave Malaysia for Canada. Continue reading “Racists and xenophobes make Rohingya feel unwelcome here”
The “attack” by our Home Minister on Rohingya in Malaysia “amounts to racism,” said a bunch of lawyers who avidly promote virtue and propagate wokeism. Continue reading “They’re calling Hamzah Zainudin racist, xenophobic and inhumane over Rohingya policy”
The usual suspects yang merebut-rebut mahu guna Rohingya untuk “political mileage” are just so predictable, remarked Malaysiakini‘s Thayaparan in his column yesterday.
Continue reading “DAP weaponising the Rohingya issue”
Parti 95% merebut-rebut undi Melayu?
Among all the countries of the world, Malaysia and Lebanon are the two closest to each other in terms of our religious demographics — see chart below. Continue reading “Refugees catalysed a civil war in their host country”
Amaran Jabatan Imigresen kepada pemegang kad UNHCR — lihat bawah.
Continue reading “Rohingya diingat jangan cabar pihak berkuasa”
Nanti bila dah besar sikit, kanak-kanak nih bolehlah jadi remaja jutawan. Continue reading “Budak ‘Rohingya’ seronok kira duit “
Perdana Menteri Bangladesh memberi amaran bahawa keganasan pengungsi di kem Rohingya Cox’s Bazar bakal menular merentasi sempadan — baca laporan berita.
Continue reading “Bangladesh pun sudah serik dengan jenayah Rohingya”
’Orang asing dialu-alukan untuk guna Perpustakaan Kuala Lumpur’ — baca SINI
“The funny thing is that state governments controlled by the opposition bend over backwards to accommodate Muslims’ preoccupations and have to continuously defend themselves against charges of racism,” wrote Malaysiakini columnist Thayaparan yesterday. Continue reading “The Fox and the Wolf”
The viral video tweeted below shows a street kid rudely knocking on a car window demanding money from the driver.
The majority of Twitter users in the thread below say the kid is Rohingya. Continue reading “This kid should be in the … err, library”
The tarik tauliah matter is a setback for PAS Islamists as Selangor moves to curb political activity in mosques this year.
Meanwhile, DAP-controlled Subang Jaya remains the evangelical capital of Malaysia and the party has a firm grip on non-bumiputera Christians. Continue reading “PAS Islamists have pulled ahead of DAP evangelists”