Parti 95% merebut-rebut undi Melayu?
The Nazi party was founded in 1919 as the DAP, i.e. Deutsche Arbeiter Partei.
Partei is German language for ‘party’; the word Arbeiter means ‘Workers’ and Deutsche is ‘German’. (Germany is called Deutschland by its native speakers.)
DAP represented themselves to the population as the German Workers’ Party, and as national socialists. Continue reading “DAP: Rise of the Nazi party”
Some B-list politicians today introduced their Parti Bangsa Malaysia to the public.
It is being built upon an older and already registered party which applied for a name change two months ago. Continue reading “A cheerful news in midst of flood troubles”
The Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country with three main ethnics — Bosniaks (Muslim), Croats (Catholic) and Serbs (Orthodox Christian).
Political observers say Bosnia still remains Balkanized and rife with inter-communal tensions. Continue reading “Mahathir’s view on Cina leaning to China / Bosnia simmering to a boil”
Mahathir laments that the Chinese are unassimilable — not good for nation building.
He often gives the example of Dwight Eisenhower — an American general of German descent who fought against Germany in World War Two. Continue reading “Mahathir punya Cina baik dan Cina jahat”
‘When in Rome, do as the Romans do’.
‘Masuk kandang kambing mengembek, masuk kandang kerbau menguak’.
Hordes of Malaysian Firsters lauded Hannah Yeoh for donning hijab when she visited a mosque recently. Continue reading “All women visiting govt buildings should tutup aurat”
Bersatu Youth triggered the Dapsters when their spokesman pointed out that foreigners speak better BM than a certain group of Malaysian citizens. Continue reading “Bangla, Rohingya, Pakistani, Nepali, Yemeni, Burmese and everybody else speaks better BM than Cina DAP”
Below are the Gerakan-PN candidates in today’s Malacca election. I predict they’re all going to lose their deposits.
- Dhanesh in Asahan (35% non-Malay voters)
- Michael Gan in Ayer Keroh (51% Chinese voters)
- Clarice Chan in Bandar Hilir (77% Chinese voters)
- Karen Fong in Kota Laksamana (79% Chinese voters)
- Patrick Ng in Kesidang (57% Chinese voters)
“Kota Laksamana, Bandar Hilir, Kesidang and Ayer Keroh, where Chinese make up between 50% and 79% of the electorate will go to DAP even if the candidate is a banana tree.” — Joceline Tan in The Star on 16 Nov 2021
Tomorrow in Malacca, DAP will be knocked off their high perch. Good.
Can’t wait to see such an edifying sight!
A video clip uploaded on Nov 15 shows the contentious exchange between two PAS ministers and FMT reporter Minderjeet Kaur. Continue reading “Minister six times asked reporter to speak BM”
Why didn’t the non-Malay reporter simply rephrase her supposedly “tough question” in BM when asked to do so by the PAS minister?
How is a request by the minister for Minderjeet Kaur to frame her question in BM (instead of using English) to be regarded as hindering the journalist from doing her job? My response to the headlines below. Continue reading “The Nons do not, cannot or will not speak BM”
Umno MP Azeez Rahim recounted a light-hearted anecdote in parliament yesterday about speaking Tamil to an elephant as he fed it sugarcane.
The elephant had been caught in his Baling constituency in Kedah and was waiting to be transported to Terengganu for rehab. Continue reading “DAP “rage factory” says it is insulting to speak Tamil to elephant”
Ismail Sabri addressed the UN yesterday and devoted roughly three-and-a-half minutes of his speech to championing the plight of the Palestinians.
Harapan’s non Malays here at home rolled their eyes – see Malaysiakini tweet below – and bitched the same old, same old complaints they’ve been venting the past 50 years. Continue reading “So, was Mahathir right after all?”
Anwar Ibrahim spoke yesterday about Ganapathy’s death in racial terms amidst allegations of police brutality. The Indian man had been under police custody.
“Kita tak boleh umpamanya dalam satu negara satu kaum, persepsinya, dibelasah terus-menerus di lokap” — see kiniTV news clip below.
The Muhyiddin administration yesterday revealed its blueprint for ‘National Unity’.
Malaysiakini readers swiftly told the PM what they thought of his proposal in a torrent of 430 comments.
DAP and its supporters are trying to corral Muhyiddin into the party’s own self-serving ‘Malaysian First’ construct — the same framing device whereby Lim Guan Eng had declared that he is “NOT Chinese”. Continue reading “What will ‘Malaysian Malaysia’ do to the Malays?”
Lim Kit Siang earlier banged his gong that the gomen’s Chinese New Year SOP is no good — see below. Continue reading “SOP for CNY: Why Guan Eng so sibuk when he’s not Chinese”
Democrats and Republicans have together released a Congressional report on the Uighurs being abused by Chinese authorities.
A bipartisan commission of American Congressmen yesterday said new evidence has emerged indicating that Beijing committed “crimes against humanity” in Xinjiang. Continue reading “What will Biden do about Chinese oppression of Uighurs?”
Some in DAP now want to hold hands with Umno to regain federal power the coming election.
They think that without the Lims centre stage, their party can become acceptable to the Malays.
‘The nature of the beast’ cannot simply be changed just like that. Continue reading “Even Kit Siang-Guan Eng withdrawal will not be able to reset DAP”
The former premier of 22 years (PM4) and 22 months (PM7) let rip his trademark sneer all across his social media platforms today.
Challenging Muhyiddin whom he assigned “pemimpin tertinggi”, Mahathir threw back at the sitting PM8 his own words earlier which had hinted that a snap election might be held (“PRU akan diadakan”). Continue reading “Mahathir’s sarcasm is ugly and hateful”
With the DAP, politics is everything and everything is politics. Even coronavirus deaths are not beyond being opportunistically politicized. What a cheap way to try and score political points.
Latest is the wishful insistence by Kit Siang yesterday that Harapan could have handled the pandemic better — see Malay Mail report below. Continue reading “Kit Siang channeling China’s Covid propaganda”
The AJ+ channel has uploaded to the Al Jazeera Facebook a new short video titled ‘China’s Imprisoned One Million Uighur Muslims’. This is the link — https://web.facebook.com/ajplusenglish/videos/330371394874173/ Continue reading “Al Jazeera’s new 10-minute documentary / 10-point backgrounder on Uighurs”
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.
Tomorrow our MPs will show up in parliament and vote either to retain or overturn the status quo.
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.
Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr Abdul Kalam Abdul Momen says his country will not be taking back the 269 Rohingya that Malaysia fished out from the Langkawi sea.
The minister said (see news story below) that other countries, including Malaysia, are most welcome to take them. Continue reading “You’re welcome to keep them, Ismail Sabri”
Some Malaysians just like to badmouth our country to the world in bulan Ramadan dan Syawal.
And those who disagree with these self-anointed Mother Teresa’s are labeled as “ugly Malaysians” by these virtue signalers, as well as branded Nazis and second cousins of Hitler. Continue reading “Another Chinese NGOer complaining M’sians are extreme”
… like the slithering snake that it is. Continue reading “DAP crawling back to Atok on its belly”
# Robot Juga Manusia
# Bos Kamu Juga Manusia
# Politikus Juga Manusia Continue reading “Cats’ reaction to hashtag # migran juga manusia”
Western legacy media are biased against the Perikatan government. A Bloomberg columnist says “populists and opportunistic politicians turn to [Rohingya] migrants and refugees” as convenient scapegoats upon whom to deflect blame.
Pro-establishment Malaysians too are badmouthed by Bloomberg in the same breath. See the business paper’s article two days ago headlined ‘Coronavirus Is Bringing Out the Worst in Malaysians’. Continue reading “M’sian conservatives smeared, gagged and bullied”
Tricky fingers and a spicy mouth. There is Mahathir’s sleight of hand on the Rohingya and there is also his atrocity of the tongue, spouting “GENOCIDE! GENOCIDE” like an old geyser.
Conscientious people will use a word such as ‘genocide’ most scrupulously. Mahathir, however, will not. Because he a galaxy away from scrupulous.
But his lack of scruples notwithstanding, Mahathir once played judge and jury Continue reading “Mahathir punya mulut, fuyoh”
Harapan make up the rules as they go along.
Now that the American president has called to congratulate Muhyiddin, the Dapsters predictably turn around and bash the person of Potus pula. Continue reading “Trump calls TSMY / Dulu dema kata foreign countries never congrat “backdoor gomen””
In photo (A), the woman is wearing surgical mask and latex gloves. In photo (B), I simply coloured her face mask black. How different is today’s compulsory public mask-wearing from the niqab – see photo (C) – that is banned in some secular countries? Continue reading “Take a second look at this wearing mask photo”
Hannah Yeoh and her DAP Christian buddies got up close and personal with Mahathir on March 12 — see pix below. They were obviously flouting the Covid-19 ‘social distancing’ rule where everybody is required to keep at least six feet apart.
And only one day earlier (March 11), the World Health Organization had sounded its official global “pandemic” alarm.
BELOW: Hopefully one of Mahathir’s assistants remembered to disinfect the back rest where Hannah left her paw print on his chair Continue reading “Evangelical church people in pandemic times: Shame on Hannah Yeoh!”
The signs were there long before GE13 that BN would break up.
On 22 June 2012 – more than six years ago – I’d blogged a post titled ‘Masa depan hubungan Umno-MCA tergugat’. I wrote, “Hubungan MCA-BN yang renggang bagai retak menanti belah”.
Today BN is as good as dead. Umno is, effectively, no longer burdened with the MCA. Continue reading “The more Umno weakens, the stronger PAS gets”
Lim Guan Eng mahu berlagak seolah-olah dia dan partinya cukup anti Isreal. Konon.
Kami mengecam sekeras-kerasnya tindakan Knesset (Parlimen) Israel meluluskan undang-undang negara bangsa “yang bersifat zalim, tidak adil dan demokratik sama sekali,” kata setiausaha agung DAP itu pada minggu lepas.
Kalau betul, maka kerajaan Harapan sekarang harus didesak DAP untuk memboikot Israel dengan tidak lagi meluluskan permit khas bagi evangelis Malaysia membuat kunjungan ke kota Baitulmaqdis (Jerusalem) yang dikuasai Israel. Continue reading “Kerajaan Harapan wajar sekat lawatan evangelis ke Baitulmaqdis”
DAP akhirnya berjaya hancurkan MCA selepas serangan bertalu-talu mengejek parti Cina itu sebagai budak suruhan Umno yang patuh kepada tuan. Continue reading “Dulu DAP gelar MCA “running dog”, sekarang sila tengok cermin…”
‘DAP MP says tudung ban “discriminatory”, offers legal help for court challenge’, according to a Malay Mail report today, referring to a statement by DAP deputy chairman Gobind Singh Deo.
Some hotels don’t want tudung-wearing women to be manning their front desk. DAP is crying foul.
Naturally the DAP would find such a ruling objectionable as the party’s own non-Muslim women leaders often wear tudung voluntarily. It’s called leadership by example. Continue reading “# je suis tudung wearers”
So the Oktoberfest is not allowed to be held. Well, the truth of the matter is that the bloody lot of them (beer guzzlers) voted for the very party (DAP) that has announced its support for the Islamization process.
Hence these DAP cult followers should be the last people to complain. Hey Dapsters, you guys must learn to reap what you sowed. After all, you voted for it. Continue reading “Why beer drinkers should just stop whinging”
DAP have thrown themselves into Mahathir Mohamad’s embrace – literally – and with such Christian-loving gusto.
The mind boggled to see how the Guan Eng cheerleaders have attempted to hoodwink their Chinese electorate that the irreligious Kit Siang is the one and only – konon! – DAP leader chumming up to Dr M.
These pictures below, however, tell a diiferent and the true story. Continue reading “This year’s Malaysia Day most historic since 1963”
DAP is so thrilled that Tun is supporting Bersih 5.0
Retweeted by Mama Dapster Hannah Yeoh, below
Tunku Mahkota Johor believes vernacular schools are divisive and wants them to be replaced by single-stream ‘Bangsa Johor’ schools in his state — see video.
Tunku Ismail said, “Pada masa akan datang, awak tak ada (lagi) sekolah India, Cina, Melayu di negeri Johor.”
Which boxes do Malaysian Chinese tick?
In their own words, straight from the horse’s mouth …
msian1st: “Salleh Keruak just show the idiot racist people how stupid is the segregation.”
(All comments taken from readers’ feedback @ http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/351839; screencaptured below.)
Existential Turd: “Why bother compete in a no-rate film festival? Where is the glory in winning a competition run by bigots?” Continue reading “How Malaysian Firsters really feel about “the idiot racist people””
How many Protons have you owned? I briefly had a Wira some ten years ago. Yucks.
“But, when the former PM arrived at the anti-GST rally last Saturday, journalists and participants snapped the pictures of him as his sedan slowly pulled in. Alas! The country’s Number One Patriot arrived in an elegant Porsche Cayenne,” wrote Tay Tian Yan who is Sin Chew deputy executive editor-in-chief yesterday. Continue reading “Porsche Cayenne number plate MM1”
By Norman Fernandez
I was in DAP for more than 20 years and what attracted me to join DAP was the conviction and principles which the party and importantly the leaders steadfastly held. People like Fan Yew Teng, P. Patto, Karpal Singh, Ahmad Nor and even Lim Kit Siang (then) were men of conviction.
The shift started after 2008 where in came a new breed of DAP upstarts, who began to devise a plan to use Malays to take power and then be the real power behind the throne. Continue reading ““Won’t elect Malays to their leadership cannot be a party for all” — ex-Johor DAP deputy chairman”
On 10 May 1994, Nelson Mandela became president of South Africa.
Over the span of roughly 22 years since then – covering the period from the tail end of apartheid to the present day – the white population in his country has shrunk by half.
Semi-regular reader Surrhead left the comment below in my earlier post ‘MCA, DAP fight over Khir Johari name and whether Zairil is Malay‘.
“TalentCorp has little to show for the millions it has spent to lure Malaysian abroad home,” says TMI‘s top/most read story today headlined ‘More packing up and leaving Malaysia’.
Talking about (what the DAP popularly terms) the ‘brain drain’, George Chang writes that the immigrant flow of former Malaysians to Australia is due to the belief that “there is no future for them in Malaysia”. Continue reading “SJKC Pai Chee principal, three Malay teachers transferred out”
A bid to limit Penang’s sitting chief minister to two consecutive terms of office failed to get a hearing in the state legislative assembly. Continue reading “The morally illegitimate chief minister of Penang”