“Human personalities must not be seen in pure black and white but in different shades of grey,” declared Lim Kit Siang in his July 18 media statement.
And we know that DAP strictly instructs its voter base on which tone – among the 50 shades of grey – any particular human personality is to be perceived. Continue reading “DAP’s musical chairs for the Malays” →
Ex-DAP Adun YB Paul Yong (pix below), who was today found guilty of rape by the High Court, is out on RM15,000 bail pending his appeal against the verdict, the Malay Mail reported. Continue reading “Convicted rapist’s bail 15k, Siti Nuramira’s bail 20k” →
“There is a funny quote by Lim [Kit Siang] in his piece about working with a reformed Najib,” Thayaparan wrote in his Malaysiakini column last week on July 21. Continue reading “Cina DAP and their rapist Adun” →
Quote — “According to state-run Xinhua news agency, Xi urged local officials to make ‘enhanced efforts’ to ‘uphold the principle that Islam in China must be Chinese in orientation, and to adapt religions to a socialist society’.” (Source: July 20 article via Yahoo! News) Continue reading “Selendang and Xi Jinping’s ’Chinese Islam’” →
Forbes has compiled its ranking of the 50 richest individuals/families in Malaysia for the current year (2022).
There are only three Malays among our Top 50 ringgit billionaires — see their names boxed in green (full list below). Continue reading “42 out of M’sia top 50 richest people are Chinese” →
With the charges being dropped by Jawi today, it appears that Siti Nuramira is able to avoid ‘double jeopardy’. Continue reading “Utusan: ’Jawi sah tidak akan dakwa Siti Nuramira’” →
This time there is no bail for selendang shedder Siti Nuramira. She will be detained overnight and brought to the Syariah High Court tomorrow to face charges. (UPDATE: The charges have been dropped and Siti Nuramira released by Jawi.) Continue reading “Is selendang just a scarf and nothing more in DAP eyes?” →
Sinchew is a one-track, tunnel-visioned Chinese newspaper with Malay columnists fearful of PAS.
Tajuddin Rasdi warned in his Sinchew column that “we risk Talibanising this country with PAS controlling five states and 35 MPs”. Continue reading “Why are Sinchew & Tajuddin Rasdi so afraid of PAS?” →
DAP Assistant National Publicity Secretary Hannah Yeoh tweeted – see below – that the Malay woman who took off her selendang in Crackhouse “was offensive and rightfully been arrested” by police. Continue reading “Siti Nuramira ”offensive and rightfully been arrested” — Hannah Yeoh” →
Crackhouse, which is a restaurant, made its police report on Aidiladha against the woman (pix below) for taking off her selendang in their premises. Continue reading “Yessss! Non-Muslim women should cover their hair with selendang” →
Dear Uncle Thayaparan,
‘PAS continues its crusade against religious neutrality’ is the headline of your latest column today in Malaysiakini.
Methinks a more apt title for your article should be ‘PAS continues its jihad against religious neutrality’. Continue reading “Uncle Thaya, you’re part of the confusion” →
It was the pressure from his cabinet colleagues and own party MPs that forced Boris Johnson to resign. Continue reading “Could DAP have nudged Mahathir to step aside for Anwar in 2020?” →
The UK’s newly minted Chancellor of the Exchequer Nadhim Zahawi has alluded to former Labour Party chief Jeremy Corbyn as “a dangerous antisemite”. Continue reading “UK Finance Minister alludes to Jeremy Corbyn as “a dangerous antisemite”” →
Boris Johnson highlights that he led Conservatives to their party’s biggest electoral win since Margaret Thatcher. Continue reading “Lesson for M’sians from Boris Johnson crisis” →
Boris Johnson has appointed Nadhim Zahawi as finance minister (Chancellor of the Exchequer) replacing Rishi Sunak who just resigned.
This catapults Nadhim to the UK’s second-most top executive seat after the PM’s. Continue reading “Baghdad-born ethnic Kurd is new UK finance minister” →