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Microphone switched off when DAP’s Penang MP disrespected temple dinner / the Armenian Park shrine issue
MCA Religious Harmony bureau chairman Ti Lian Ker is the foremost defender of Taoist shrines and Chinese religious rights.
He is raising a hue and cry at Jahara Hamid – who is Penang opposition leader representing Umno – over a tokong controversy in Lebuh Armenian where Guan Eng put words into her mouth that she did not say. And unsurprisingly, MCA sided with DAP … but what else. (more…)
According to Zahid Hamidi, the constitution/law to establish a government in Sarawak allows for only three deputy chief ministers.
He is, however, trying to help a Chinese become Sarawak’s fourth DCM (more…)
Ridhuan Tee wrote in his Sinar Harian column two days ago, “Ultra kiasu tuduh saya macam-macam dapat habuan itu dan ini kerana menjadi lebih Melayu daripada Melayu. Wal hal saya tidak dapat apa-apa pun daripada orang Melayu atau Umno.”
The reverse is true. It is well known which community in Malaysia are the pushy bribe givers.
Melayu reject pemakan dedak sanggup lebih Cina daripada Cina
Over the recent long weekend …
After submitting a latest progress report to his ultra kiasu paymaster, the Melayu Protun pemakan dedak blogger now has wads of cash in his pocket — enough for that refreshing mid-year holiday soon in somewhere cool … favourite destination Japan, here he comes! (more…)
“Mantan Perdana Menteri Tun Dr Mahathir menuduh Proton makan dedak kerana sedia menerima bantuan pinjaman sebanyak RM1.5 billion dari kerajaan,” mengikut telahan Husin Lempoyang.
BAWAH: Logo baru Projeep dicipta Husin Lempoyang
Rafizi Ramli’s lawyer Saiful Izham Ramli issued a statement to clear the air after his client kena kutuk kaw-kaw in the social media, according to a report by BNBBC.
Saiful said it is normal police procedure for Orang Kena Tangkap (OKT) taken to court to keep their hands clasped together at the back, even if not wearing handcuffs. (more…)
“The Chinese press, which literally campaigned for the DAP, in the 2013 general election now has an estranged relationship with the state government,” wrote Wong Chun Wai in his J-Star column yesterday.
‘Shut your gap’ was Ali Tinju’s warning to MCA leaders last month in the wake of yet another flap over the sale of mobile phones gone awry. (more…)