Mahathir: “You see, when Malaysia became independent in 1957, we had people of foreign origin. We accepted all of them. They are now citizens.” Continue reading “Mahathir’s analogy on Chinese, Rohingya (Nov 2018)”
“It is the most racially configured of budgets in the nation’s history,” said Ramesh Chander, Lim Teck Ghee and Murray Hunter. [Note: Ramesh is a former chief statistician of Malaysia.] Continue reading “Chinese crying buckets over Budget and spilled milk”
Really painful on the ear to listen to the DAP sec-gen during yesterday’s debate with Wee Ka Siong (video available at the bottom of this page). Continue reading “Guan Eng speaks BM so poorly”
“Really, is Mahathir anti-Chinese?” asked Kit Siang on 5 May 2018, i.e. a week before GE14.
Both are konpius.
One is confused about his gender, the other about his race. Continue reading “What do Nur Sajat & Guan Eng have in common?”
“Chinese could be the kingmaker in mixed seats where the Malay vote is split between Perikatan Nasional, Umno and Pakatan,” political analyst Khaw Veon Szu was quoted by The Star as saying.
See article ‘Chinese poised to be kingmaker in Melaka election’ in the paper yesterday.
I disagree. I think Chinese voters are delusional if they see themselves in the role of kingmaker. Continue reading “PAS (not Chinese) are the kingmaker in Malacca”
Yesterday I asked my blog readers to guess the ethnicity of a rape suspect charged by the Philadelphia police in a particularly egregious incident of sexual assault. Continue reading “Chinese indirectly voting to prolong NEP”
“The Chinese have about 6,000 years of culture and they can survive anywhere. Wherever they go, they create China Towns but the Malays cannot survive as their culture is not competitive,” Mahathir was quoted as saying by Business Today on Oct 13. Continue reading “Why the NEP will remain never ending”
There is a louder public outcry at 26-year-old Danesh Raj Nagarajan being appointed to a university board of directors than there was when 26-year-old Syed Saddiq was appointed to the cabinet as a federal minister.
Why the difference in reaction when both are similarly young twenty-somethings? Continue reading “If Saddiq can, why Danesh cannot?”
In his press statement yesterday, DAP exco cum Penang-Forever-DCM (II) Ramasamy Palanisamy decried the “morally corrupt” ethnocrats in Malaysia.
Using his platform in Focus Malaysia, Ramasamy said that “racist and religious attacks are symptomatic of the larger political and economic system” — see below. Continue reading “DAP punching down with impunity”
A Bersatu man resigned as vice chairman of his party’s Pasir Puteh division after he got cancelled by the woke mob — see news story tweeted below. Continue reading “Something disturbing about the Dapster psyche”
‘The non-Malay dilemma 64 years after independence’ was the headline of Malaysiakini‘s top story yesterday morning. Continue reading “M’sia unracist only between May 2018 – Feb 2020”
PAS mencadangkan supaya dibentuk sebuah dasar ‘reset’ di mana pusat judi dan kelab malam akan ditutup pasca pandemik — lihat bawah. Continue reading “No night clubs, no gambling dens — PAS”
Ismail Sabri is PM9, says The Star!
Like I predicted — Dapster heads are exploding from the glad tidings.
The gap between expectations of the voter base and actual delivery by their party is biggest with Chinese and DAP. Continue reading “PM9 — PAS people getting the last laugh”
“In 2015 Ismail [Sabri] courted controversy as trade minister when he urged Malay consumers to boycott profiteering Chinese businesses,” British newspaper The Guardian recapped yesterday in its foreign news report. Continue reading “Chinese pushing back against Ismail Sabri”
Kit Siang suggests that Harapan chief Anwar should be appointed to a new ‘war cabinet’ as its DPM — see his tweet below.
Other Chinese voices have also been eagerly floating the idea for a unity government. Continue reading “The Cina DAP way of thinking”
So far, there have not been any reports leaked this week that Anwar is benefiting from frogs despite the rainy season (and flash floods yesterday). Continue reading “In Feb 2020, they were called ‘frogs’; in May 2018, they were ‘doing it for the rakyat’”
PAS keeping DAP away with a 10-foot spiked pole is just as I anticipated — see Tuan Ibrahim’s statement below. Continue reading “Sheraton Reshuffle”
The PAS president gave two latest sermons.
In the one yesterday Hadi Awang said, “PAS, Umno dan Bersatu yang merupakan tiga parti teras Melayu-Islam dan bumiputera perlu disatukan”.
Supaya acuan Islam boleh diperkenalkan dengan lebih berkesan.
Juga untuk menyingkirkan langkah negatif yang diambil oleh kalangan “kumpulan bukan Islam yang ekstrem”, kata Hadi. Continue reading “When will Chinese realise that DAP is dysfunctional?”
The main reason Muhyiddin is still holding on to power is because some Malays fear DAP may slip back into Putrajaya through the side door if his administration is collapsed. Continue reading “How Sheraton Move changed M’sia forever”
MCA held an emergency meeting yesterday and it was past midnight when they released a statement.
The MCA politburo said no single party nor coalition can form a new stable government even if PN were to fall. Continue reading “Lame duck, sitting duck, dead duck and chicken feathers”
The way to think about it is to keep in mind Newton’s Law of Motion — ‘For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction’.
Chinese in Malaysia are behaving as if oblivious of any potential reaction to their strong political actions. Continue reading “Consequences of Chinese and their anti-establishment attitude”
The Chinese have been desperately promoting the idea of a ‘unity government’ as their desperado DAP leaders try to claw back federal power. Continue reading “Don’t let Unity Govt ruse be DAP’s side door back inside”
“Empty vessels make the most noise,” fired Najib in his Facebook yesterday taking aim at Syed Saddiq.
Soaked in nostalgia and suffused with cabin fever, Sinchew editor-in-chief Kuik Cheng Kang launched into a mega whinge a few days ago.
The Chinese in Malaysia are world beaters in whinging. Still it comes as a mild surprise to hear a veteran newsman (pix below) indulging in such an epic whine. Continue reading “Cina Malaysia Olympic champions”
Discerning Malays dislike Syed Saddiq but Cina DAP love him.
Tengku Mahkota Johor’s “drama queen” snark at Saddiq this morning has gotten 38,000 ‘likes’ so far in the Instagram of Malay-language mStar — see below. Continue reading “Dapsters pitchfork Zaid Ibrahim, genuflect to Syed Saddiq”
There is a popular saying ‘Be careful what you wish for’. Dapsters should be equally careful what they whinge about. Continue reading “Be careful what you whinge — Syed Saddiq’s corruption cases”
For Mahathir, identifying ourselves by nationality first means that these qualifying Malaysian Firsters will need to speak bahasa Melayu as their mother tongue. Continue reading “Cina DAP 100% fail Mahathir’s challenge”
Hadi Awang discussed our ideal balance of priorities in managing the pandemic and reminded the ummah about looking into the Islamic long term and bigger picture. Continue reading ““Mereka yang kerjanya mencari kesalahan dan kelemahan sahaja” — Hadi”
Lim Guan Eng most recently said:
“Ever since Perikatan Nasional (PN) took over in March 2020, Penang has not enjoyed a single benefit but instead seen its development projects previously approved by the Pakatan Harapan government, ruthlessly scrapped one after the other.” Continue reading “Politik dendam: Three fingers pointing back at DAP”
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”
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”
The employer alleged to have beaten his two Muslim bodyguards has apologized — see video below.
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”
Mukhriz says he won’t work with the court cluster — see Malaysiakini below.
Guan Eng says Harapan won’t work with kleptocrats — see Malaysiakini below. Continue reading “Guan Eng is in the court cluster too”
See video below — ‘MGNews: Kenapa Nak Tahan Warga Asing Jangan Balik Negara Asal? – Hamzah Zainuddin’
Good on the minister for taking on the virtue signallers!
Read also ‘Heidy Quah asking for more money after NGOs already raised half million ringgit’ — click HERE
Heidy is the DAP’s born again Christian activist for refugees.
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.
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”
Bersatu’s exit plan from Harapan was already hatched in the first quarter of 2019, said Ruhanie Ahmad in his NST column yesterday.
The behaviour of DAP “had triggered anger and frustration within Bersatu leadership at all levels,” Ruhanie explained. Continue reading “Bersatu couldn’t tahan DAP after only one year (2018-19)”
Paul Yong Choo Kiong (YB Tronoh) and Sivasubramaniam Athinarayanan (YB Buntong) have joined Bersatu.
Cina-bukan-Islam masuk parti Melayu. This is a watershed moment! Continue reading “Paul and Siva join Bersatu — DAP wins a rhetorical battle”
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”
Where’s the content on Tun Tan Cheng Lock in bahasa kebangsaan?
This is its web address — http://ttcl.mca.org.my
It was launched with virtual fanfare yesterday by Wee Ka Siong.
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?
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”
Lim Kit Siang and some 111 Malaysiakini reader comments, mostly aligned with the DAP gloom-and-doom narrative, are blathering about a potential “failed state” scenario. Continue reading “DAP Firsters want to teach Muhyiddin about patriotism”
“For some odd reason, the DAP seems to think that the people who vote for Umno and PAS are dumb.” — Commander (Rtd) S. Thayaparan, Malaysiakini columnist, 10 Jan 2021