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Zahid’s statement on same level as ‘manifesto bukan kitab suci’

Zahid said ‘No Anwar, No DAP’ hanya untuk PRU15, as quoted in many media reports today.



Ia adalah untuk berdepan PRU15 dan bukannya selepas PRU15. Continue reading “Zahid’s statement on same level as ‘manifesto bukan kitab suci’”

Posted in GE15

Thanks Najib

On a dark day when the ‘No Anwar, no DAP’ camp is crying inside, Najib cracks a joke to make us laugh.

Despite not being in the best of situations himself, Najib retains his sense of humour. His tweet below is funny.

And despite the catastrophe now befallen us, there is a silver lining on the horizon.


Posted in GE15

For national unity, satu sekolah untuk semua!

Malaysians are so divided. We’re polarized from young with Malay kids going to sekolah agama and Chinese kids going to SRJK(C).

To foster ‘keluarga Malaysia’ (Ismail Sabri’s slogan) 我们都是一家人 (Anwar Ibrahim’s motto), our children must all be put under one roof under one Malaysian First school system. Continue reading “For national unity, satu sekolah untuk semua!”

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Red got redder, green got greener

DAP has 40 MPs elect.

PAS has 49 MPs elect according to the Star but this number likely includes Bersatu candidates who contested under the PAS logo.

These two parties are the most opposed to each other in their political rhetoric.

Helen Ang

GE15 unofficial results so far:The biggest party is PAS, the second biggest party is DAP.

Supporters of Green and Red have only dug deeper into both their respective trenches this election.

The more centrist Blue (BN) has unprecedentedly faded into third place. Sarawak is kingmaker.

As I’ve said before, Red and Green are two opposite ends of a horseshoe magnet — a single most compelling image to encapsulate the morning after.

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Posted in GE15

Red got redder, green got greener

GE15 unofficial results so far: The biggest party is PAS, the second biggest party is DAP.

Supporters of Green and Red have only dug deeper into both their respective trenches this election.

The more centrist Blue (BN) has unprecedentedly faded into third place. Sarawak is kingmaker.

As I’ve said before, Red and Green are two opposite ends of a horseshoe magnet — a single most compelling image to encapsulate the morning after.

Posted in GE15

Anwar and his crystal ball cat

Black cat, black cat roll your eyes

See Anwar and his many tries

To become our next prime minister

Black cat, black cat prick your ears

Listen to his spiel so many years

But never PM, only second finisher

Black cat, black cat twitch your whiskers

Point out his band of bootlickers

Selling false hope everywhere

Black cat, black cat swish your tail

At Anwar‘s PM bids that always fail

B’cos Harapan is no more than hot air

— an original parody composed by HELEN ANG

Posted in Dirty Democrats

No red wave — Dems voted for abortion


President Joe Biden promised to codify abortion rights if his Democratic party were given continued control of Congress. Continue reading “No red wave — Dems voted for abortion”

Posted in Cancel culture

Good news from American midterm elections

Republicans have passed the simple majority threshold to take control of the House of Representatives, i.e. lower chamber of the United States Congress, in yesterday’s (Nov 8) midterm election.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders – Donald Trump’s former aide – is the first woman to become governor of Arkansas. Continue reading “Good news from American midterm elections”

Posted in Snap election

Ethnic minority gloomy about general election

“I will be one of the many Palestinians who will not cast a ballot,” reveals Mohamad Kadan as Israel goes to the polls today.

“Indeed, the mood among us, Palestinians with Israeli citizenship, has been quite gloomy ahead of the vote,” says Mohamad Kadan writing in Al-Jazeera about Israel’s Nov 1 general election. Continue reading “Ethnic minority gloomy about general election”