Posted in parti evangelis

Pro or anti Jawi? DAP’s religious schizophrenia

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).

Jawi’s relevance to Islam

According to Mahathir, Malay children learn Jawi so that they can read the Quran.

“Kita nak kena baca Quran, kena tahu Jawi,” Harapan’s Beloved Atuk was quoted as saying in his Sinar Harian interview on 12 March 2020 (news report via Malaysiakini).

When Mahathir was still the DAP’s prime minister 2.0, he greenlighted the teaching of Jawi in Chinese schools.

BELOW: Kit Siang defended Mahathir and slammed Dong Zong for alleging that Jawi signalled “the beginning of Islamisation”

The logo of Mahathir’s political party is a Jawi character.

The Pejuang party name is represented by ‘pa’ written in Jawi while its three dots have also got their own Islamic symbolism.

Explained Mukhriz, “tiga titik di atas, melambangkan tiga rukun – Rukun Islam, Rukun Iman dan Rukun Negara”.

Earlier this year, Jawi super fan Lim Kit Siang strenuously denied that he “had betrayed the rights, interests and future of the Chinese in Malaysia” — see his tweet below.

DAP’s schizophrenic behaviour is sad to behold.

For one thing, the party is truly unable to shake off its anti-Islam reputation.

BELOW: DAP activists pasted Chinese script on Kuching road signs in August last year 

Yet at the same time, its prominent non-Muslim leaders have a veritable fetish for wearing tudung, occupying mosques, haunting pasar Ramadan, quoting Quran and Hadith as well as showboating Islamic poses such as their display of faux puasa during the fasting month.

And most importantly, demanding for Christians to use kalimah ‘Allah’.

Ordinary people who are non Malay and non Muslim find the bipolar behaviour of the DAP most bizarre, if not disturbing.

The average person does understand implicitly that politicians go around kissing babies and pressing flesh; they’re always glad handling anyone who can be their potential voter.

DAP however takes the art of appeasement to a bewildering level, leaving its loyal Chinese base who fear the Islamization process even more konpius than the proverbial Umno-PAS Malays.

Posted in Malaysian First

Expecting Gerakan to lose all their deposits

Below are the Gerakan-PN candidates in today’s Malacca election. I predict they’re all going to lose their deposits.

  1. Dhanesh in Asahan (35% non-Malay voters)
  2. Michael Gan in Ayer Keroh (51% Chinese voters)
  3. Clarice Chan in Bandar Hilir (77% Chinese voters)
  4. Karen Fong in Kota Laksamana (79% Chinese voters)
  5. 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

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Posted in Parti evangelis

DAP campaign poster: ’Before’ pix (no cross), ‘After’ pix (cross is added)

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)”

Posted in parti evangelis

Missing church cross: How convenient for DAP

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”

Posted in Malaysian First

The Nons do not, cannot or will not 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”


Not ‘backdoor govt’ but sucker punch!

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.

DAP lied. Continue reading “Not ‘backdoor govt’ but sucker punch!”

Posted in Malaysia Baru

Torturing our ear to hear them speak BM

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”


“Non Malays will be orang asing, now and forever” — Malaysiakinians

“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”

Posted in Rohingya

Mahathir’s blood-and-soil argument

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”

Posted in DAP menggertak

DAP “rage factory” says it is insulting to speak Tamil to elephant

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”

Posted in Cina DAP

PAS (not Chinese) are the kingmaker in Malacca

“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”


PRN Melaka: Mahathir more honest than DAP

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”

Posted in Multikulti

Melaka: Hang apa lagi

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?

Or was Hang Tuah maybe Hang Too Ah and his companions Lekir and Lekiu really Lee Kiei and Lee Kiew? Continue reading “Melaka: Hang apa lagi”

Posted in Diversity

Where is Timah importing its whisky ingredients from?

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?”

Posted in Cult of Woke, Uncategorized

Train riders held up phones as woman was raped 

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.

Continue reading “Train riders held up phones as woman was raped “

Posted in Big Brother China

M’sia staunchly defends Palestinians & Rohingya but quiet on Uighurs

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”

Posted in Chinese

How the Beijing big bullies browbeat everybody

“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”