Dong Zong expressed its gratitude to MCA on Thursday for securing an RM15 million allocation for Chinese independent schools.
The grateful statement, however, did not go down well with the DAP. Continue reading “Dong Zong has seen the light but Dapsters not yet”
Ismail Sabri kicked off the twelfth Malaysia Plan (2021 – 2025) yesterday. Continue reading “How Chinese are benefiting from DAP MoU”
ROTFL … Mahathir’s 2.0 Harapan cabinet had fewer Chinese ministers than his 1.0 BN cabinet.
This was even though the level of Chinese voter support for Harapan in 2018 was more than double their electoral support for BN in 1999. Continue reading “Oxymoron: Cina DAP anti-racist (konon) tapi endorsed Mahathir”
Hannah Yeoh’s tweet from a decade ago – see below – had urged young people (who desired to emigrate) to change the government instead.
Well, DAP got the ‘ubah’ they wanted. The government changed in May 2018, in March 2020 and in August 2021.
So now what, DAP? Continue reading “Will Dapsters start emigrating now?”
Who is DAP willing to climb into bed with to regain federal power? Well, everybody and anybody apparently, with only the exception of Najib.
DAP has been turning so many cartwheels that their konpius followers punya kepala pun sudah pusing. Continue reading “DAP desperados trying to backflip their return to Putrajaya”
Umno deputy president Tok Mat presented a clear-eyed appraisal of the future of his party. READ ‘Kerjasama Politik (dengan Bersatu) Tidak Menguntungkan‘.
His prescription for what Umno must do next is spot on. Continue reading “Mat Hasan’s political instincts are accurate”
Sabah MCA chief Lu Yen Tung lost his deposit in the recent state election, as did his roundly defeated party colleague Chang Kee Ying.
Both the honorary life president of LDP as well as the LDP president, Chong Kah Kiat and Chin Su Phin respectively, forfeited their deposits too. LDP is an established party of some 30 years standing and formerly a part of the BN.
SAPP vice president Gee Tien Siong was yet another casualty to lose his deposit in the Sabah bellwether 2020 election. SAPP is aligned with Perikatan. Continue reading “Chinese voters buy into DAP’s all-or-nothing gameplan”
Focus Malaysia editor-in-chief P. Gunasegaram recently penned an op-ed titled ‘Sizing up Syed Saddiq’.
Dear Mr Guna,
In the Ali Baba Bujang Lapok P. Ramlee comedy – see video clip below – its protagonists have to repeat a special verse (‘password’) to open the entrance of the treasure cave.
In bahasa Jawa, the enigmatic phrase is ‘Eson ngiseng semar ngiseng kabeh wong poto ngiseng’. In Mandarin, it is 我们都是一家人 or its pinyin script “Wo men dou shi yi jia ren“. Continue reading “Mr P. Gunasegaram, lemme tell you about ‘jampi Kassim Baba buka pintu gua’ … Sinchew style”
I have my own skeptical take on this latest development of Harapan trying to reverse engineer the Sheraton Move with its Le Meridien Move but I’m not going to voice my innermost suspicions just yet. (The forever PM-in-waiting held his conference at noon in the Le Meridien Hotel.)
For the moment, I just want to remind the hopeful Cina DAP not to forget how many twists and turns the Sheraton shuffle took. Anwar‘s announcement today – ‘without evidence’ – of his purported new Harapan parliamentary majority holds unexpected twists and turns to come too, and I daresay a nasty shock for Cina DAP at its conclusion. Continue reading “You will regret going nuclear, Harapan”
Even on non-Malaysian issues – such as filling a new vacancy in the Supreme Court of the United States or Scotus following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg – we fall predictably into opposing camps (Conservatives vs Liberals) of the polarized public opinion.
Update with Fox New’s Tucker Carlson report — see video. The extremist liberals in the Democratic party teramat jahat. WATCH!!
Continue reading “It’s okay to be conservative”
Sabah will be holding its state election in a week’s time. Let us wait and see.
In the rest of the country, Harapan heads the government in three states — Negeri Sembilan, Selangor and Penang.
The three tables below from Wikipedia show the opposition Aduns in these states. All the YBs are Malay with a sole exception of MIC’s Manickam Letchuman in Negeri. Continue reading “Bullying and breaking point”
Oh dear. This post is getting a lot of views. I’m afraid the pet lovers are clicking, thinking my story is about a cute kitten named Karma. The usual English expression is “Karma’s a bitch” but I thought the word ‘bitch’ kinda rude to be put in the headline, so I replaced it euphemistically with something the opposite — “sweet little kitty”.
I apologize to those misled by the title who clicked only to find a political flashback instead.
New headline: He who laughs last laughs best
Continue reading “Karma is a sweet little kitty, meow”
A few days ago, the ‘Unstoppable Force’ that is the DAP evangelistas collided with the ‘Immovable Object’ that is a PAS ulama.
Ketua Dewan Ulama PAS Nik Muhammad Zawawi Salleh made the following statements on Aug 26 about controlling the sale of alcohol. Continue reading “DAP Christians fighting with PAS ulama chief”
UPDATE: Lim Kit Siang has just proclaimed; “I was accused of masterminding a Christianisation campaign to turn Malaysia into a Christian state, despite me not being a Christian”.
It is true that LKS himself is not Christian but there is no denying his son and his daughter-in-law are.
And Christians are not sinless despite their copious virtue signaling. Continue reading “Symbiosis of Christian DAP and Chinese supporters”
Lim Guan Eng has 575,000 followers on Twitter.
We can see right now the behaviour of his hardcore supporters. Continue reading “DAP’s cult following reaching a crescendo”
In the latest development, PAS is appreciative that DAP (at the party federal level) had quickly shut down Pahang DAP’s opposition to having mandatory Jawi signboard for shops in the state.
PAS deputy president Tuan Ibrahim yesterday lauded the requirement by Pahang that signages and street signs all feature the Jawi script.
The Islamist party also called on the rest of the states in Malaysia to implement a similar policy. Their evangelical party counterpart will doubtless throw their support behind this laudable Jawi agenda. Continue reading “DAP Christians support Jawi / pls start implementing nationwide”
POWER! For the perks and privilege that comes with it.
DAP have shown themselves to be the most power-hungry party.
Unlike MCA which had been in power since before Merdeka (or 1952 to be precise), the DAP only tasted federal power for the first time in 2018. They were like kaduk naik junjung. Continue reading “Take away from DAP what they want most”
DAP strategist Liew Chin Tong anticipates that for GE15, Umno will take over the following mixed seats previously contested by MCA.
These constituencies have roughly between 40 and 65 percent Malay voters. In brackets are the parties currently holding the seats and their elected MPs. Continue reading “DAP vs Umno clashes widening”
Monday … July 13 … a day of reckoning for Geng Sheraton. Hmm, any surprises in store?
Today is a pivotal day in parliament. But whatever happens in the Dewan this afternoon will not substantially change the shape of tomorrow to make our time afterwards any much different from yesterday.
Continue reading “Muafakat can go it alone without Pribumi Bersatu”
Tomorrow our MPs will show up in parliament and vote either to retain or overturn the status quo.
(a) If Muhyiddin‘s ‘Tukar Speaker’ motions are passed, life goes on with politics as usual. (b) If Mahathir wins his ‘no confidence’ bid, the PM will need to step down. Then a snap election follows.
For me, it’s no big deal either way. Continue reading “Time for Hindu, Buddhist voters to wise up”
Behold, the Big Chiefs of Pakatan-Plus!
By the way, my No.1 fav group photo is that of Muhyiddin’s maiden cabinet meeting and No.2 is of the Sheraton Move pow-wow by plotters at Mahathir’s house.
Continue reading “My third most favourite group photo, haw haw haw”
What else can you think when they’re telling the world that Malaysia is racist.
Malaysia has topped yet another global survey. In this one, Malaysians perceive our own country to be very strongly guilty of racial and religious discrimination.
Index Mundi created a set of world indices based on the results of their international surveys.
On the question of “How big of a problem is racial discrimination in the country where you live?“, Malaysia came in second – see table below – among 76 countries polled. Continue reading “Do these people have any love at all for M’sia?”
“The latest brouhaha over a book cover that apparently depicts a parody of the national emblem (jatanegara) is an example of this naked exercise of ethno-religious power,” political scientist Azmil Tayeb wrote yesterday in an Aliran editorial.
“It is doubtful that the authorities and the public would have unleashed similar opprobrium had the editor been a Malay person and the book written in the national language instead,” opined Azmil who is the co-editor of the newsletter produced by Aliran, a blatantly pro-Harapan NGO based in Penang. Continue reading “Time to end the bullying by DAP”
Houston … “we have a problem with Malaysian Chinese” is the latest remark by Mahathir to trigger the Dapsters.
Mahathir was quoted today as saying to Asia Times, “they [Chinese] have become extremely rich in Malaysia and they own practically all the towns in Malaysia”.
Just a piece of trivia: Yes, DAP owns a lot of the towns in Malaysia, politically speaking. Continue reading “The real problem with Cina DAP”
DAP already joined Mahathir what … haw haw haw
BELOW: DAP is so overloaded with bullshit that even its abject apologists can’t carry on as usual anymore
The word punk’d is urban slang. You can Google to find out its meaning.
Two faced, forked tongue DAP has been decisively cornered by Mahathir. Now they‘re forced to choose between the nonagenarian and Anwar but the damage is done. Continue reading “DAP just got punk’d by a 95 year old, LMAO”
The Chinese in Malaysia are a sad people. But sad not meaning ‘sedih’.
Here it is like saying “Cina DAP, uh … Sad!” borrowing Donald Trump’s punctuated use of the word. As in ‘kesian, but not really’. More like ‘Tengok dema dok hanyut terkapai-kapai kerana terlajak perahu dah tak ‘leh undur dah’.
Malaysia’s Chinese community – or rather 95 percent of its voters – bought a one-way ticket to sail on the Ship of False Hope.
“Chinese Malaysians can no longer put all the eggs in the same basket, as they did in GE14,” Sin Chew Daily editor-in-chief Kuik Cheng Kang wrote yesterday in anticipation of a GE15 snap election. Continue reading “Sinchew’s Stockholm Syndrome post Sheraton Storm”
Syed Hamid Albar slammed Muhyiddin’s government last month for its decision to “block the live-saving rescue of refugees on boats”.
Syed Hamid commented on May 2 that “the recent backlash against the Rohingya by Malaysian citizens also indicates the implication of the absence of government policies to develop policies and frameworks to regularize people who require our protection”. Continue reading “DAP’s belief in third time lucky with Mahathir”
‘Hundreds of Rohingya come ashore in Langkawi’ is the headline this morning in the NST.
As Malaysian coastguards approached the people-smuggling boat, 53 Rohingya jumped into the sea, the paper reported. Continue reading “How come Muhyiddin never learned from Mahathir?”
My fav political photo is the one of Wee Ka Siong being the only Chinese in Muhyiddin’s cabinet room.
Similarly, this one below is along the same theme of ‘elections have consequences’ for the 95 percent Chinese voters who had backed DAP to the hilt. It is a picture of Malay Big Chiefs pow wow on the day (23 Feb 2020) of the Sheraton Move. Continue reading “My second most favourite photo!”
Now that the dust has settled on parliament, we can do a more concrete ethnic headcount of the MPs.
Perikatan has 113 MPs — see full name list below. Continue reading “MPs: Perikatan 96% Malay-Bumiputera, Harapan 54% Chinese-Indians”
Lim Kit Siang is the empty drum banging on the loudest about “backdoor government” and “stolen mandate”.
If you think DAP is a party of hypocrites, then it’s no surprise to you that its totem Lim Sr is the Granddaddy of Hypocrisy. Continue reading “Kit Siang won’t be resigning as he has no integrity”
↓ Kucing saya SQUEALER
”Dulu zaman Iguana Eng jadi Menteri Kewangan, ekonomi merudum takat ada orang pecahkan tabung.”
↓ Kucing saya SNOWBOOTS
”Amat bersyukur kerana pemerintahan kuku besi Harapan sudah menemui titik noktahnya.”
↓ Kucing saya SIMBA
“Tempoh dari 10 Mei 2018 sehingga ke Langkah Sheraton umpama satu mimpi ngeri. Cukup takut diserang oleh politikus-politikus Harapan yang ganas bagai harimau. Nah cuba tengok, kaki saya pun habis digigit mereka!”
↓ Kucing saya JOJO
”Terhutang budi kepada Tun Mahathir setahun dua ini atas jasa beliau melanyak Pakatan sampai lumat — moga-moga DAP akan senasib dengan seekor tikus yang berjaya saya penyet-penyetkan.”
GAMBAR-GAMBAR LAIN KUCING DALAM SIRI INI:
• Cats’ reaction to hashtag # migran juga manusia — HERE
• Cats’ reaction to Sheraton Move — HERE
• Cats’ reaction to coronavirus lockdown — HERE
• Cats’ reaction to the bullying of Health Minister — HERE
Well at least I didn’t.
Saudi Arabia, for example, has been deporting large numbers of Rohingya as part of Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman’s larger reform efforts to reduce his kingdom’s 12.7% unemployment rate. Continue reading “Things we did not know a month ago”
A whole slew of Chinese virtue signalers are lately groaning and moaning aloud about “Rohingya-are-human-too” being the target of hate in Malaysia, konon.
Actually it is the Malays who are daily doused with demeaning slurs by Harapan supporters. Just listen to the bitter political discourse about “backdoor government” — all those nasty comments hurled at the Malay ruling parties coupled with acid contempt dripping for their lackeys MCA and MIC. Continue reading “Dear 95%, Mahathir pun tak suka DAP. Let that sink in”
Parliament will only sit a day on May 18 but like Guy Fawkes, Mahathir is determined to colour that one day dynamite. May 18 may be full of fireworks or it may turn out to be just a damp squib … we wait and see. However the week leading up to D-Day is gonna be real busy, heh heh heh. Continue reading “May 11-18: Busiest political week in M’sian history”
To place the immigration* number of 2,302,139 Chinese on its proper scale, consider Malaya’s tiny population back then.
In year 1911, the Tanah Melayu population was counted at 2,339,051. Remember this was more than a century ago, the population was small then. In 1931, the population was 3.8 million with around one-third being Chinese. Continue reading “2.3 million Chinese came to Malaya in the 1920s”
So the MCO is being extended another two weeks. And after that, likely for a further fortnight, and then some.
The Perikatan gomen is visibly running the show while the Harapan government-in-waiting has been banished to a corner where they anxiously wait, twiddling their thumbs and counting off the calendar until parliament should resume its sitting. Continue reading “The new normal is DAP’s irrelevance”
P. Gunasegaram wrote “let it operate like how a lot of other businesses are allowed to” in his Malaysiakini column yesterday, referring to the Heineken and Carlsberg factories work freeze during the present movement control order (MCO) period. Continue reading “DAP’s duplicitous, deafening silence”
The soldier below (from year 1958) suitably depicts the mentality of a Malaysian RBA in our present day still fighting to put DAP in power.
Continue reading “DAP should educate people that M’sia not secular country”
What a really big U-Turn! Today the DAP parliamentarians are jostling to be cheek by jowl with Mahathir.
Continue reading “DAP reps crowding closely around Mahathir, muaaah”
“… dulu bila DAP jadi pembangkang tiap-tiap hari bantai MCA. Mereka berdepan dengan situasi dalam kerajaan, mereka tidak berani dan terus diam,” remarked MCA president Wee Ka Siong in an interview carried today in Sinar Harian.
Continue reading “Masuk jer dalam kerajaan, DAP terus diam — Wee Ka Siong”
When parliament reconvenes, we’re likely to see the biggest opposition bench in our country’s history. Now there’s one for the Malaysia Book of Records.
And should Mahathir decide to cling on to his disputed chairmanship of Parti Pribumi, then we could also be witnessing the PM and the Opposition Leader both hailing from the same party, hahaha.
In 2018, the DAP with its 42 MPs were awarded altogether 13 ministerial positions — (ministers) Guan Eng, Anthony Loke, Kula, Gobind, Theresa, Bee Yin + (deputies) Nie Ching, Chin Tong, Chieng Jen, Kian Ming, Tengku Zulpuri, Hannah & Steven. That’s a 31 percent rate of reward.
In 2020, the MCA with its mere two MPs were awarded four ministerial positions — (minister) Wee Ka Siong + (deputies) Wee Jeck Seng, Dr Mah Hang Soon & Lim Ban Hong. That’s a 200 percent rate of reward … huhuhuhu !! Continue reading “March 2020 vs May 2018”