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China is one of our election issues

Muhyiddin’s Emergency is set to end on Aug 1 after which parliament can resume sitting. 

This GE15 parliament will have to dissolve, the latest, by 16 July 2023 when its term expires.

The intervening period comes to 700-plus days where Malaysian Chinese will seethe outside the perimeter of a Malay government. Continue reading “China is one of our election issues”

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Bangsa Malaysians attack and judge Dr Kamarul’s akidah

There are 330 reader comments on yesterday’s Malaysiakini article titled ‘Sim saddened his welfare work turned into racial and religious issue’.

Steven Sim is the DAP Bukit Mertajam MP.

Dr Kamarul Zaman Yusoff views Sim as an evangelist and cautioned against evangelist politicians bearing gifts. He was swiftly mob attacked by the portal subscribers for his opinion. Continue reading “Bangsa Malaysians attack and judge Dr Kamarul’s akidah”

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Chinese voters disliked for their double standard

Annuar Musa’s press sec Tun Faisal said recently (see below) that Umno cannot work with socialists and evangelists.

Socialists adhere to socialism. Socialism is an ideology that is one step away from communism.

Evangelists spread the gospel. Evangelism is not permitted to be done among Malays as our country does not allow preaching Christianity to them. Continue reading “Chinese voters disliked for their double standard”

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PKR non Malays open to joining BN

PKR vice president Chang Lih Kang broached the possibility of cooperation with Umno in a Wacana Sinar panel discussion last night.

Chang said that politics is, after all, the art of the possible.

He said our country was in need of a new political alignment and this could take the form of PKR joining BN, as one example.

Relevant comments start from minute 42:40 onwards in the video below.

Continue reading “PKR non Malays open to joining BN”

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Ka-ka-ka-kah, reason Malays tak boleh tahan DAP

This morning’s short post is a continuation from yesterday’s about Bersatu deciding to exit Harapan after only less than a year of exposure to the DAP.

DAP is 55 years old today and will soon be celebrating its retirement anniversary.

Lim Kit Siang and Lim Guan Eng have together controlled DAP for a combined total of 47 years out of the party’s 55-year lifetime. Continue reading “Ka-ka-ka-kah, reason Malays tak boleh tahan DAP”

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Pointless for MCA to out-Chinese the DAP

MCA has a better chance of political survival if it left the Cina-Cina-Cina race politicking to DAP.

I support MCA becoming equal rights multiracial.

Meaning: Open up the party to non Chinese for full (not merely ‘associate’) membership together with having a full say in party affairs as well as full eligibility to run for party office.

To take a plunge straight into the deep end, I’d even suggest that MCA twin with MIC. Continue reading “Pointless for MCA to out-Chinese the DAP”

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‘Pendatang’ polemics: Sinchew’s sleight of hand

In its Feb 23 editorial headlined ‘We’re not pendatang!’ the Sin Chew Daily said:

“The Chinese people are always citizens of this country.”

“Chinese migrants had been traveling between China and the Malay Peninsula and Borneo for business or engaging in agriculture, mining and road-building works, for almost six centuries from Ming dynasty to the 1950s. Few of these early migrants eventually returned to China, but a lot more settled and died here.”

Err, “always citizens”? Really?

Continue reading “‘Pendatang’ polemics: Sinchew’s sleight of hand”

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Be worried about what the silent majority are thinking

Malaysiakini raised RM685,632 through crowdfunding in under five hours yesterday.

The pro-opposition platform had been fined RM500,000 because its subscribers said in reader comments that our judiciary was corrupt and committed wrongdoings.

Branches of government are the judicial, the executive and the legislative arms. All three are being dissed by a vocal section of the population. Continue reading “Be worried about what the silent majority are thinking”