Utusan Online carried an article a few days ago (June 12) headlined ‘Malaysia tidak hipokrit isu PATI Rohingya’.
“Palestin memperjuangkan kebebasan negaranya daripada cengkaman Zionis dan mereka tidak pernah menjadi ancaman kepada negara ini,” said Utusan.
So who or what does pose a threat? Continue reading “How many Rohingya in M’sia who cannot be traced?” →
Dominic’s dumb party is trying its darnedest to awoken from the dead. Continue reading “Gerakan is Malaysia’s most woke party” →
Senior minister Ismail Sabri today demanded an apology from Al Jazeera for its Locked Up in Malaysia’s Lockdown critique by filmmakers Drew Ambrose and Jenni Henderson.
Continue reading “Ismail Sabri, Al-Jazeera only minor lah — it’s local activists who badmouth M’sia bigly” →
Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said Malaysia cannot take in any more Rohingya who keep coming here non stop.
The PM said this last Friday (June 26) during a teleconference with other Asean leaders — see video below. Continue reading “Pagoh must do something about Langkawi most urgently!” →
Kemaskini: Portal parlimen sudahpun mengeluarkan nama YB Wee Ka Siong dari senarai DAP dan sekarang mencatat parti tersebut sebagai mempunyai 41 orang MP — 12 Jun 2018
Screenshot berikut dirakam daripada laman sesawang rasmi parlimen Malaysia. Ia boleh dilihat di bawah menu ‘ahli dewan’.
MP Ayer Hitam iaitu timbalan presiden MCA Wee Ka Siong telah disenarai sebagai salah seorang Yang Berhormat DAP.
Continue reading “Sejak bila Wee Ka Siong masuk DAP?” →
Rancangan Transformasi Nasional 2050 (TN50) ciptaan Khairy Jamaluddin sudah dibakulsampahkan.
Mengharap KJ untuk menyusun semula struktur Umno ibarat minta tikus baiki labu. Continue reading “Umno perlu tolak Khairy Jamaluddin” →
Ada hikmah juga di sebalik malapetaka yang menimpa. Sekurang-kurangnya Khairy Jamaluddin tidak lagi jadi menteri.
Salah satu sebab utama kenapa BN kecundang di PRU14 berpunca daripada kelemahan dan ketandusan ide KJ sebagai Ketua Pemuda BN. Dia asyik saja kejar glamer dan mengangkat profil peribadi tetapi kurang manjalankan usaha-usaha politik yang berkesan mahupun bermakna.
Sebenarnya Umno masih mengekalkan tahap sokongan yang cukup mantap. Cuba tengok pada keputusan pilihanraya di kerusi-kerusi parlimen Sungai Besar dan Kuala Kangsar umpamanya yang menyaksikan persaingan tiga penjuru. Continue reading “Salah KJ tidak mampu menarik pengundi muda” →
Najib already knows the answer.
SPDP (Sarawak MP) is open minded about RUU355. See, http://www.bangkit.info/2016/11/datuk-seri-tiong-king-sing-sokong.html
The J-Star last week carried a table on how Members of Parliament are likely to vote on Hadi Awang’s proposed amendments to the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act.
The private member’s bill submitted by Hadi Awang is popularly referred to by its Malay acronym as RUU355.
The infographic produced by the MCA paper – screenshot below – was crafted to mislead the public. Continue reading “Sneaky Star’s misleading info box on RUU355” →
“The Star, in fact, is owned by MCA. But they serve DAP and the opposition agenda. Yet MCA is pouring money into The Star. It is as funny as Umno giving Harakah (or Malaysiakini) RM100 million to write articles critical of Umno and the government.” — Raja Petra Kamarudin
Everybody knows the urban legend … J-Star is owned by MCA, run by MIC, for the benefit of DAP. Continue reading “Would Umno pour RM100m into Malaysiakini?” →
All MPs should remember that they are elected NOT as representatives of a certain religion nor as Muslim MPs but to serve as wakil “rakyat”, lectured Heng Seai Kie in her press statement today.
The MCA Wanita chief called upon all MPs to emulate the MCA and reject the private member’s bill by Hadi Awang on enhancing criminal jurisdiction of the Syariah Courts (Act 355). Continue reading “RUU 355: Reps from MCA forget they’re elected by Muslims” →
After all the knives and scissors that MCA has been sticking in the BN’s back, what’s one more?
Continue reading “MCA should tahaluf siyasi with Tun’s party” →
Earlier over the hot dog name, J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai said, “It’s just a word lah, come on”.
“Let it go”, he had preached two days ago. Continue reading “Chun Wai mustn’t now complain about P.Ramly pork burger” →
“It smacks of racism,” writes J-Star CEO, Wong Chun Wai complaining about the brouhaha surrounding halal certification for a popular brand’s menu item.
In his newspaper column today, Chun Wai took to sniding the Islamic authorities whom he says are not going to let anyone be confused by a literal understanding of the word hot ‘dog’. Continue reading “Openly sniding Jakim now, eh, Chun Wai” →
“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”
Quote attributed to Albert Einstein. Yup, it took a genius to figure this out.
It’s nuts to once again do NCC2 and expect a different result from that obtained with NUCC.
Continue reading “Najib must hold MCA responsible for Chun Wai’s agenda” →
J-Star journos have lodged a police report against anti-Bersih protestors, alleging that they were roughed up by the Red Shirts in Kuala Selangor on Saturday.
It appears that editorial staff in pro-opposition media, such as The J-Star, are partisan and biased in favour of Bersih.
Continue reading “MCA president: “Malaysians are not stupid”” →
Umno will simply let MCA die in the next election.
‘Nazri cadang MCA keluar BN’ — said the headline in news portal Tranungkite.
It was also reported yesterday in Malaysiakini that ‘Pembangkang, Dr M sedia bersama jika MCA keluar BN’. Continue reading “Hasta la vista baby” →
Remember the grand total of 10 tweets in the J-Star official Twitter timeline when Hannah Yeoh was appointed Selangor Speaker?
But it is zero tweets by the J-Star about DAP Penang’s scandal-ridden Adun whacking her father in the story uploaded by the news portal early this morning.
Continue reading “Pecah tembelang dah” →
Sampai timbalan presiden MCA pun turun gelanggang untuk menghentam Ridhuan Tee yang sekadar bertugas sebagai pensyarah. Tak ngam seorang berpangkat tinggi mahu belasah individu yang jauh lebih rendah darjatnya berbanding beliau yang bergelar Pak Menteri.
Nyata MCA bukan gajah yang mampu berjuang sama gajah (DAP). Bagi MCA, berjaya menginjak seekor cengkeding pun jadi lah. Continue reading “Ridhuan Tee and MCA’s Stockholm syndrome” →
Asking Umno to look in the mirror, an MCA bureau secretary yesterday derided the BN Malay party for losing three Parliament seats loaned it by the BN Chinese party in the last election.
Gelang Patah was lost by Umno’s then caretaker Johor MB in 2013 with “a skyrocketing thumping majority”, said Chris Daniel Wong, adding that Kuantan and Wangsa Maju as well had been lost by Umno with bigger majorities compared to MCA’s marginal loss of the two seats in 2008. Continue reading “Is MCA helping DAP to win Johor?” →
MCA and its J-Star media have been trumpeting repeatedly that Chinese voters have moved back to BN.
Well, we’re soon going to see a visible display of the community’s renewed support and enthusiasm for the ruling party when pro-government Chinese in red shirts take to the streets to counter rally against the anti-government Bersih. Continue reading “Wooohoooo! Chinese have returned to BN” →
In the past, Umno was called ‘kafir’ and ‘taghut’ by PAS.
Were any Umno folks ever killed by any PAS people as a result of takfir (Umno dikafirkan)?
Continue reading “Is MCA suggesting a ban on the term ‘kafir harbi’?” →
MCA president Liow Tiong Lai’s scream of “No-ooo-oo” was splashed on the J-Star front page earlier this week.
Continue reading “Will Najib drop Islamophobic MCA in cabinet reshuffle?” →
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. Continue reading “Microphone switched off when DAP’s Penang MP disrespected temple dinner / the Armenian Park shrine issue” →
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 Continue reading “Umno should learn from PBB rather than impose its failed strategy on S’wak” →
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! Continue reading “Who is MCA’s enemy? Ridhuan Tee or DAP?” →
“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
Continue reading “Proton wajar rebranding jadi Projeep kerana sudah makan dedak” →
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. Continue reading “Rafizi and his ‘handcuffs’” →
“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.
Continue reading “Pot. Kettle.” →
‘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. Continue reading “Ali Tinju perlu lebih pintar sikit” →
Dr Chandra Muzaffar wrote yesterday:
“It is obvious that the attempt to oust Mukhriz has nothing to do with his governance. Nor does it accord with democratic principles. It appears to be a mischievous move aimed at helping someone tighten his grip over power — to the detriment of the people.”
Dr Chandra’s article appeared in the Yayasan 1Malaysia website. He is the chairman of the 1Malaysia Foundation — which is Najib’s spiritual home, so to speak. Continue reading “Little hand grenades exploding in the house” →
MCA vehemently condemns what it calls the “extremist statement hurting the Christians” made recently by the president of PAS.
The BN Chinese party president Liow Tiong Lai called the statement by Hadi Awang “dangerous and irresponsible”. Continue reading “MCA strongly upholds the right of evangelists to preach” →
MCA has just beaten DAP to the punch in aiming a blow at the ‘parti Islam’.
Its vice president Chew Mei Fun today slammed the PAS president for “yet another inflammatory accusation aimed at sowing distrust against Christians in Malaysia”. Continue reading “MCA is becoming more DAP than DAP” →
Then the DAP troublemakers would similarly be thrown into Kamunting.
Continue reading “Good idea for Najib to emulate his father” →
Wong Chun Wai’s exit from GMM is no loss.
In fact, it is a positive gain for Malaysia. Now if more two-faced evangelistas would only follow his lead and remove their corrosive Firster toxicity from our national mainstream.
Continue reading “Congrats Ustaz Nasha on first ‘Moderates’ milestone” →
‘PAS No 2: It’s time we take BN bull by the horns’, says the J-Star headline in a story uploaded a short while ago.
The article title – about “BN bull” that was drafted by an EvangeliSTAR copyeditor – does not match the actual news content produced by the reporter. Continue reading “Another Scissors stab in the back! / When will MCA be sacked?” →
‘Father claims two-year-old daughter may have been kidnapped’ is the headline of a story in The J-Star today. Continue reading “J-Star readers ‘Happy’, ‘Amused’ over missing toddler story” →
“Umno sepatutnya membalun MCA yang gagal mendapatkan keyakinan dan kepercayaan masyarakat Cina. Saya masih ingat seorang menteri senior Umno yang terkenal berani dan lantang, memberitahu saya bahawa dia lebih mempercayai DAP dari MCA yang sentiasa menikam Umno dan orang Melayu dari belakang.”
— Mohd Ariff Sabri aka Sakmongkol, Ahli Parlimen Raub
Continue reading “Nasihat Melayu bagi Umno” →
Yup, I’m talking about the Red Rally of 16 Sept 2015.
The photo below – click to enlarge – shows the Himpunan Merah massed at the gate of Chinatown. What do you think the Red Shirts would have done if the FRU barricade had not held them back? Continue reading “2015: Year the Malays saw red” →
“We’ve full confidence that police have the situation under control and we would of course condemn any uncivilized element that is trying to disrupt Christmas celebrations,” said Lim Guan Eng.
Continue reading “Safe for churches to hold Christmas celebrations — Guan Eng” →
“PAS ingin menasihatkan PKR supaya lebih berwaspada dengan tindakan licik rakannya dalam Pakatan Harapan iaitu DAP” Continue reading “Beware the DAP sneaky bastards — warning by PAS” →
Update: 20 Dec 2106
What does Wong Chun Wai mean by saying “public institutions of higher learning are allowed to hold seminars questioning the faiths of other Malaysians”? See his column today, ‘Let’s rise above racial rants‘?
The J-Star article initially headlined ‘IGP: No laws broken by police officer speaking at anti-Christian seminar’ – see tweet below – has been amended to say “anti-conversion seminar” in the paper’s online version. Continue reading “What does The J-Star mean by UiTM’s “anti-Christian” seminar?” →
The J-Star headline reads ‘PAS snubs Umno’s offer to join forces’.
None of the other news provider carried such a negative angle as the evangeliSTAR in their respective headlines. Continue reading “Bleed Umno bleed! The Scissors backstabs again” →
Like I said, we have to pick our side.
MCA is clearly siding with the DAP. Continue reading “Did MPs from MCA vote for national security bill?” →
This publication, The Heat, has been suspended once before by the Home Ministry.
See the first paragraph (below) of its main article today — http://www.theheatmalaysia.com/Main/The-bogeyman-returns-for-Umno
Eddie Hoo writes in The Heat:
“The tone has been set for the Umno General Assembly 2015 as the president of the most dominant party in the country opens it by screening slides of the bloody May 13 race riots and the communist attacks in Malaya. Every year it resurrects the same bogeyman at its assembly.”
Continue reading “What is The Heat trying to do?!” →
Is there any good reason for Wong Chun Wai’s face to be plonked on page 2 of the J-Star? See below recently on Sunday.
Why is MCA allowing Chun Wai to use their newspaper to promote himself personally?
Continue reading “Scissors salad & the super sneaky” →
Oh, look! Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim has got Dr Mahathir’s nose and Samy Vellu’s lips.
J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai writes in his column today, “Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is open about his ancestry, acknowledging it could be traced to Kerala in India”.
According to Chun Wai, Abdul Azeez is a Malay only “technically and legally” as well the Umno Baling MP’s “forefathers also landed in Malaya by boat”. Continue reading “Wong Chun Wai: Umno MP Azeez Rahim is Indian” →