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Cina TM @ YouTiup is J-Star editor’s choice

The so called MCA-owned media relishes in promoting Dapsters.

The J-Star is the tail wagging the dog. The Nest continues incubating lots of ’em just like the Cina™ @YouTiup. (more…)

June 29, 2015 at 12:14 am 4 comments

Is Chun Wai being batu api over the Myanmar religious conflict?

Myanmar’s intolerant Buddhist monks are berated in Wong Chun Wai’s J-Star column today.

Against the backdrop of “ultra nationalist” and “religious extremist” groups that “always fight in the name of country, race and religion”, certain religious figures in conservative societies are able to “get away with the most demonic crimes”, writes the J-Star CEO.


May 31, 2015 at 10:11 am 8 comments

Oh look who Najib has taken on board

Lim Kok Wing is in the PMO as “special programme coordinator” to the Prime Minister – see the Tan Sri’s purported (if we credit this Insider news report) call card.



May 22, 2015 at 1:03 pm 22 comments

Should Salleh Said Keruak have the PM’s ear, then he must …

… advise Najib Razak to disarm, in one bold stroke, those of his ministers concealing a poisoned dagger in their hand. Purge the disloyal elements in Cabinet – there’s no other option.

What doesn’t kill you will make you stronger. If Najib Razak survives the present bid to oust him, he will emerge stronger and be the war general that the BN needs to fight the next general election. (more…)

May 10, 2015 at 7:43 pm 31 comments

Is Saifuddin Abdullah badmouthing his boss?

Giving his Malaysian Firster speech at a J-Star ‘Voices of Moderation’ event on 5 Feb 2015, Saifuddin Abdullah said:

“I just want to send the message that nothing is really that sensitive anymore that Malaysians can’t discuss in the most civil manner”. (more…)

May 10, 2015 at 12:30 am 28 comments

Pudin berkocak

hannahyeoh_status_596920473755131904 pudin (more…)

May 9, 2015 at 3:24 pm 23 comments

Nations are forged in the cauldron of war

My title concept* above derives from the Blut und Eisen speech given by Prussian prime minister Otto von Bismarck to the Landtag (Parliament) when he “rejected demands for liberal reform“.

(Note: The headline is not my original turn of phrase. It’s Samuel Huntington’s.)

The relevant portion that lent Bismarck’s famous 1862 peroration its name is as follows: “… it is not by speeches and majority resolutions that the great questions of the time are decided – that was the big mistake of 1848 and 1849 – but by iron and blood”.


May 6, 2015 at 8:01 pm 17 comments

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