Forbes has compiled its ranking of the 50 richest individuals/families in Malaysia for the current year (2022).
There are only three Malays among our Top 50 ringgit billionaires — see their names boxed in green (full list below). Continue reading “42 out of M’sia top 50 richest people are Chinese” →
“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” →
Wee Ka Siong – pictured below with DPM Ismail Sabri today – has decided to stand beside the Muhyiddin administration rather than with Umno (which means by extension, MCA is not standing with BN).
I think he and his party have made the wrong choice. Continue reading “A time for choosing” →
All hell would break loose among critics of the party.
DAP Kepong MP Lim Lip Eng is right to blast Hishammuddin Hussein for his bizarre remarks to the latter’s counterpart, China Foreign Minister Wang Yi. Continue reading “If it had been a DAP leader who said “We’re family” when visiting China” →
Malaysian company Top Glove is practising “modern slavery”, said the USA yesterday albeit indirectly.
American Customs and Border Protection government agency said that after months of investigation “aimed at preventing goods made by modern slavery from entering U.S. commerce”, CBP had come to a finding that Top Glove practised “forced labour”. Continue reading “Top Glove and China fan boys aplenty in M’sia” →
The Malaysiakini news headline yesterday read ‘Zahid trial: Businessperson felt special that DPM wanted RM10m donation’.
Our country’s most awokened media referred to Singapore’s Mr Wong Sang Woo as a “businessperson”.
The corresponding NST headline was ‘Zahid asked Singaporean businessman for RM10 million donation, court told’. Continue reading “Malaysiakini’s Great Awokening” →
From news reports the last 48 hours, our evolving political landscape appears to be along the scenario outlined below:
(1) Anwar is now under police scrutiny and will be kept busy fending off questioning by the authorities
(2) Umno politburo wants to renegotiate terms of party participation in the Perikatan government and Muhyiddin is listening
(3) Anwar’s Le Meridien Move provided the springboard for Umno to leverage Continue reading “Anwar got punk’d” →
Tiongkok kian menindas kaum minoriti Islam Uighur yang sedang ditahan beramai-ramai di kem ‘pemulihan’ di Xinjiang.
Continue reading “Sokong Uighur, # boikot Mulan” →
Hua Zong’s statement about Muhyiddin potentially granting recognition to the UEC had been trending in social media — an indication it was big news, especially among the Chinese community.
This same news also created a tremendous backlash from the Malay community. Continue reading “Blowback” →
Article below by Piers Morgan copypasted verbatim from The Daily Mail online, 25 March 2019.
Cat pictures selection is mine.
Disgraceful fake news witch-hunt that shames all of Trump’s deranged enemies
BY PIERS MORGAN
So it was all fake news…
Continue reading “The 95 percent and their witch hunt” →
The first photo below shows a Chinese DAP-linked activist at a small protest yesterday. The second photo is from last month showing “Call me Bro”-Syed Saddiq who complained that Papagomo had him in a chokehold (really?!).
Continue reading “See here Syed Saddiq — now this is a real headlock” →
More of my relatives are coming … yay!
Chinese babies got amazing rubber bones — watch this toddler bounce right up and immediately run after his Grandpa’s van. Continue reading “Chinese are toughest race in the world” →
Beijing has put advanced surface-to-air missiles on one of the Paracels islands, said a report in Forbes yesterday quoting Washington.
China will come close to covering the entire South China Sea once she places SAMs on the Spratlys Continue reading “Beijing is militarizing the South China Sea, says Washington — Forbes” →
The three testimonies below are copypasted from Syed Akbar Ali’s blog post today. They are personal stories shared by Tuan Syed’s readers.
Continue reading “Angry Chinese still bitter, resentful even after all these years” →
They’re not only “delusional“, they’re at war with the state. Asyik langgar jer.
Delusion is dangerous. Take a look at the ‘Caution, Radioactive’ sign painted on the face of the young Chinese woman in the photo below.
They appear to have taken their cue from Lim Guan Eng who (GASP!) called Lynas a “nuclear reactor”, no kidding Continue reading “If only Najib had advisors like Kausikan to enlighten him on the danger of delusional people” →
Exactly! Brute and crude.
We know who the rude RBAs take their cue from. Yeah, that’s right, the DAP’s evangelical Leadership by Example.
Isn’t it just mind boggling how the love-love-love clan is able to harbour so much “brute language and crude behavior”? Continue reading “Rahman Dahlan on Tony Pua’s “brute language and crude behavior”” →
The United States describes the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPPA) as “an agreement that puts American workers first and will help middle-class families get ahead”.
Continue reading “TPPA, KLIA and the MCA” →
Lim Kit Siang is only a
first second generation Malaysian.
His father sailed to Malaya from Tongsan and worked here in a pig farm castrating swine as well as poultry “so that they could grow faster for consumption” Continue reading “What if Kit Siang hijacked Tun’s “800 years” Rohingya illogic?” →
Lo Yen City restaurant (pix below) made unsavoury news headlines on Wednesday after police raided its premises following a tip-off.
“Upon arrival at the scene, police officers said they witnessed the cooks hurriedly throw a decapitated dog carcass in the kitchen waste bin,” said the Daily Mail (9 April 2015). Continue reading “Half a dozen Chinese restaurants closed after dog meat found in kitchen” →