Dominic’s dumb party is trying its darnedest to awoken from the dead. Continue reading “Gerakan is Malaysia’s most woke 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”
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.”
Scissorati-in-Chief Wong Chun Wai is predictably using his EvangeliSTAR column to attack the Red Shirts.
The J-Star CEO alleges in his article today titled ‘Time to get real‘ that certain politicians are “seeing shadows when there are none”.
Chun Wai claims that these has-beens “waving the racist card” / “waving the keris” against their “so-called imaginary enemies” are creating havoc. Continue reading “Wong Chun Wai: “we are not a banana republic””
Haha, good one, Mamasan.
The government must be firm in its decision. No more half measures. Hold steady! Don’t cave in to pressure.
When is the gomen gonna shut down The Malaysian Inciter which is a subsidiary of The Edge? – Read HERE
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.
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.
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Would @syahredzan agree if Najib blocked his (the PM’s) followers?
Could it be because of her paper’s 12 Oct 2013 front page?
Backed the wrong horse, eh? Continue reading “The real reason J-Star’s June Wong pushed upstairs”
Updated: Chedet has been restored — 8.11am
Kolumnis-kolumnis The Malaysian Insider lah, siapa lagi.
Tengok pada tajuk-tajuk rencana oleh Khoo Ying Hooi (‘Islam is not a rigid religion‘) dan Timmy Say (‘Yang pasti, tindak-tanduk ‘dia’ lebih Islam daripada Umno‘) di bawah.
A Merdeka Center survey recently found Dr Mahathir Mohamad to be the most popular personality in Umno.
The opinion poll had asked 600 Umno members to rate their party leaders, and Dr M came up tops ahead of Najib Razak in second place, with Zahid Hamidi taking the third spot and Muhyiddin Yassin, fourth. Continue reading “Dr M repeats his Gelang Patah warning”
Bersambung daripada ‘Info Minister: Penang ban on Tanda Putera is stupid‘.
Kenyataan akhbar oleh Ketua Pemuda MCA Wee Ka Siong berkata pengarah Tanda Putera Shuhaimi Baba harus dipertanggungjawabkan sekiranya tayangan filem tersebut menimbulkan hura-hara dan masalah perkauman nanti.
Pendirian MCA tidak beza dengan DAP. Continue reading “Tanda Putera, Melayu dungu dan calon/parti “sampah” pilihan golongan yang kurang arif”
Is this a toilet?
Yes, if you wanna use the word. Continue reading “Dictionary definition of ‘toilet’”
MCA vice-president Chor Chee Heung said yesterday his party would:
- mobilise its members [err, what members, the ones who didn’t vote BN?]
- and supporters [“supporters”? oh you mean the Melayu kampung who voted MCA]
- Continue reading ““MCA has learned from election results” – gua tak ‘caya lu lah”
Stop the Lies, the MCA black ops blog operated by the chief Scissorati, yesterday published a posting titled ‘List of Anwar’s foreign accounts’ (see screenshot bottom of page).
Tourism Minister Nazri Aziz today told Malaysiakini that according to Malacca Chief Minister Idris Haron, Jonker Walk in town would be will be closed four weeks as a trial run. Continue reading “DAP accuses Umno of victimizing Chinese community”
Is the problem me? Is my perception faulty?
Because I see that the Chinese – despite the constant whinging that they are a non-threatening minority who are a mere quarter of the national population – are in actual fact bullying everybody else.
Lim Kit Siang tweeted that they don’t need a “Chinese” PM. Continue reading “Kit Siang’s candidate for PM”
Dr Mahathir Mohamad wrote in his blog Che Det today that “the demonstrations accusing the BN of fraud and cheating in the elections, despite being organised by Anwar and the PKR, are largely attended by Chinese, especially the young”.