Hadi Awang in his political sermon today touched on the ‘Sneaky Bastards’ (these are my words; the PAS president had described them as “bijak seperti Iblis”).
On Friday 20 Dec 2019, Najib took an oath in Masjid Jamek Kampung Baru on the matter of Altantuya.
PM #6 swore in the mosque that he had never met the Mongolian and did not order her killing.
His sumpah: “Jika saya berdusta, maka laknat Allah SWT atas diri saya dan jika saya benar, maka mereka yang memfitnah saya dan tidak bertaubat akan dilaknat oleh Allah SWT di dunia dan akhirat.” Continue reading “Sumpah laknat Najib nampaknya mengena”
Bekas Menteri Kebudayaan tersebut berkata hari ini:
“Jangan lupa ratusan ribuan kaum asing yang cuba meredah sempadan dan undang-undang negara lalu dapat Kad Pengenalan Biru dalam sekelip mata.” Continue reading “Rais Yatim beri peringatan lagi bagi kaum Melayu”
Bersambung dari posting saya kelmarin bertajuk ‘DAP tabur angin, dia akan tuai badai’.
Malapetaka PRU14 merupakan detik hitam yang telah merubah arus sejarah serta memesongkan halatuju negara kita.
Hasil daripada keputusan malang undi 9 Mei, banyak habuan kini berjaya diperolehi DAP. Continue reading “Umno tolak 100% apa-apa kerjasama dengan DAP”
Three by-elections are pending in Selangor due to their elected reps’ untimely passing:
- Sungai Kandis — polling to be held tomorrow
- Balakong — Adun died in car accident
- Seri Setia — Adun’s demise from cancer
Hishammuddin Hussein dilaporkan tidak akan menawar diri untuk memimpin Umno ekoran malapetaka PRU14. Demikian juga Khairy Jamaluddin pun wajib keluar gelanggang. Baik beri peluang bagi Umno diterajui pasukan baru yang sanggup lawan DAP mati-matian.
Kriteria utama presiden baru Umno mesti panglima perang yang diyakini akar umbi untuk melaksanakan total war. Continue reading “Halatuju Umno selepas BN ditalqinkan (analisa PRU14)”
Sultan murka perintah tegas baginda untuk elakkan rumah ibadat daripada dijadikan gelanggang politik telah diingkari YB Pakatan di Selangor.
Menteri Besar pun sudah tegur wakil rakyat Selangor supaya jangan bertandang ke ruang solat. Continue reading “Evangelis cemar kesucian bulan Ramadan?”
There have been thousands, if not tens of thousands, of abusive attacks on Dr Kamarul Zaman Yusoff by the rabid fans of Hypocrite Hannah.
I’ve screenshot one latest example (see below). Continue reading “Hannah Yeoh’s Islamophobic fans”
J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai has aimed his fire at Malay “doltish personalities” and Muslim “extremists” yet again. This time, it is the “obscure” Barisan Bertindak Melayu Islam that is in his gunsight. He wants those NGOs under the new Bertindak grouping to be called up by police.
Below are extracts from Chun Wai’s newspaper column today where he copiously deploys the ‘R’ (racist, racism, racial, race) word. Continue reading “Ultrakiasu Chun Wai rants about “racist” (+related ‘race’ words) 16 times in column today”
There was an explosion of vitriol from the Cina DAP at Allahyarham Haron Din upon news of the Tuan Guru’s passing.
The amount of venom spewed at PAS’s late Mursyidul Am reached such proportions that the usually freewheeling Malaysiaini and FMT were compelled to disable (block) reader responses as well as delete their spiteful Facebook comments. Continue reading “Malays sick and tired of Dapster hate and hypocrisy”
Easy riddle … What do you call a creature that has one eye, two faces and a three-forked tongue?
- Hannah Yeoh’s older daughter Shay Adora Ram, who is recorded in her birth certificate as ‘Chinese’ — well, the parents can send her to Tamil school.
- Hannah’s younger daughter Kayleigh Imani Ram, who is recorded in her birth certificate as ‘Indian’ — this one can send to sekolah Cina.
Easier just to execute.
If the political prisoners are to be kept in jail for years, then expenses incurred from having to feed them would stack up. So it’s really more expedient to carry out the death penalty.
It will save a lot on food bill.
The above was an explanation provided by president of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on why he wants capital punishment for coup plotters to be reintroduced in his country. Continue reading “Why waste food feeding them?”
Betty Chew, isteri kepada Lim Guan Eng, dilaporkan berkata, “Setiap ibu yang menyusukan bayi sepatutnya berasa bangga serta tidak perlu lagi bimbang dengan tanggapan serong segelintir masyarakat”.
Sesetengah masyarakat terpanggil untuk menjaga batasan, contohnya tidak menyusukan bayi di khalayak ramai. Sesetengah masyarakat lain pula – Betty Chew umpamanya seorang Kristian – tidak mengambil endah. Continue reading “Isu beruang: Kristian tak ada masalah, kenapa Muslim asyik mahu bantah?”
Asking Umno to look in the mirror, an MCA bureau secretary yesterday derided the BN Malay party for losing three Parliament seats loaned it by the BN Chinese party in the last election.
Gelang Patah was lost by Umno’s then caretaker Johor MB in 2013 with “a skyrocketing thumping majority”, said Chris Daniel Wong, adding that Kuantan and Wangsa Maju as well had been lost by Umno with bigger majorities compared to MCA’s marginal loss of the two seats in 2008. Continue reading “Is MCA helping DAP to win Johor?”
Namewee’s controversial OMG! video clip has gotten more than 823,000 views on YouTube since the singer uploaded it on Saturday (Aug 20).
And see – screenshot below – what his online viewers say they wanna do to our stoopid gomen.
If Bersih 5.0 is recruiting Yellow Shirts, then Maria Chin Abdullah should outreach to the rapper’s gazillion foul-mouthed fans.
The Protuns and the Umno people are at loggerheads but they can nonetheless agree on one thing — Namewee is out of line.
Marina Mahathir though can’t understand the harsh public reaction to Oh My God! — the latest music video by the controversial rapper. But then again, Marina is a liberal. Continue reading “Malays united in condemning Namewee”
Are Cina DAP now using Malay/Muslim names?
The Facebooker below – Musa Ng – has been badmouthing me around the news portals.
Previously I’d noticed that The Ant Daily removed some of his personally offensive comments against me.
Clare Rewcastle Brown used Sarawak Report to push her allegation of a “widespread suspicion” that top PAS leaders took RM90 million from Najib Razak.
If she chooses to go down this route, one can similarly talk about the equally widespread suspicion that she took x amount of money from individual y to carry out Operation Z.
(Or to sidetrack a bit, we can give another analogy wrt the widespread suspicion that Anon is Annie talking to himself.) Continue reading “RM90m “widespread suspicion” against PAS a preemptive strike (attn: Dr Zuhdi)”
“Since [Najib] assumed office, he has been the most stressed prime minister in the world. Why, because we have opposition who refuse to use their brains. They use only emotions.”
BELOW: Khairy’s press secretary Regina Lee is a former Malaysiakini and J-Star reporter
Continue reading “Najib knows but what will he do?”
One of my old articles dating back to 1 Aug 2014 recently made an ‘anniversary’ appearance in social media. Some influential Facebookers had viraled it. The title is ‘Malays can rule on their own without sharing power with Chinese’.
It was the concluding piece to a four-part series containing my suggestions on how BN can regain Selangor, and has plenty of my trademark charts and graphs. Continue reading “Melayu sesatkan Muslim: Harap kafir boleh masuk jannah”
This posting is personal and for a trio of tiresome commenters – Setem, Kineas & Surrhead – who have been tying me up with their kiasu conversation threads. Continue reading “Simply for the ‘crime’ of being a Muslim”
Seven out of every 10 Pakatan Harapan MPs are non-Malay.
After its breakup with PAS, the opposition coalition has 72 MPs in Parliament.
The NST‘s ex-boss Datuk Kadir is correct to sniff something suspicious brewing behind the scenes.
Evangelical Christians are constantly thinking about and praying for others.
Their “thoughts and prayers”, “prayers and thoughts” are being endlessly sent out to the four corners of the globe wherever and whenever a tragedy strikes.
A note of thanks to my regular commenter Rina for pointing out the article below.
“But then as now, the people had hate inside their hearts at the same time their mouths were uttering the loveliest words of freedom.”
In the aftermath of the violence, Continue reading “Islamists prevail in Turkey, evangelicals rising in the US, showdown shaping up in M’sia”has vowed to purge those responsible for the putsch 1,500 Turkish military personnel have been arrested.
When Lim Guan Eng got into trouble – and Bungalow-gate is actually only his own personal problem – he tried to drag the whole Chinese community into the imbroglio.
Likewise, a little earlier when DAP backed some Christians on the use of ‘Allah’, and some Muslims retaliated, again the evangelical party tried to drag all the non-Muslims into their religious conflict.
The reality is that when decent Malaysians are revolted by the DAP, they’re merely anti-DAP. It does not mean that they’re anti-Chinese. (Or anti-Christian.) Continue reading “Are the Chinese really as clever as they think they are?”
Hew Kuan Yau is a DAP veteran leader. Back in 1999, Hew had been put up as the DAP’s general election candidate in a Petaling Jaya state seat.
More than a dozen years ago, he already held the high-ranking post of pol-sec to Kerk Kim Hock, the then interim party sec-gen.
And Hew was made director of DAP’s campaign in the last general election. Continue reading “9 dash line: Cina DAP = Malaysian First”
Make no mistake. The movers and shakers in DAP are evangelical Christians, and its top leadership comprises evangelistas.
This little detail was realised by PAS after seven years of up close and personal in tahaluf siyasi. See, ‘Dewan Ulama PAS: Cina DAP rata-rata Kristian, lawan hukum Allah‘ Continue reading “What the ‘Take Subang for Jesus’ crowd want next”
The idea of a snap poll had been discussed, admitted both Penang’s deputy chief ministers when contacted by the Malay Mail.
MMO Penang senior correspondent Opalyn Mok today reported the option of calling a state election was deliberated as a test vote of confidence on the Pakatan coalition. See ‘Penang mulls snap polls as referendum on Guan Eng charges‘
What’s more interesting in Mok’s story, however, is the view expressed by James Chin that “an early election would likely see DAP score a stunning victory”.
One in every five Malaysian Muslims view Christians as being hostile toward Muslims. Three in every 10 Malaysian Muslims are troubled by extremism among Christians.
These results are from a 2013 survey conducted by Pew Research Center. The report was published under the title ‘The World’s Muslims: Religion, Politics and Society’ Continue reading “Christian extremists a cause of worry to 31% Muslims in M’sia”
The first attack was on the Movida nightclub in Puchong, Selangor on June 28.
Should there be another public insult by the Chinese against Islam, “we will launch a second terror attack,” warned Isis militant Abu Hamzah Al-fateh. Continue reading “Isis threatens second attack on Chinese target”
DAP’s member of Parliament for Taiping David Nga Kor Ming uploaded the greeting below for Hari Raya. He is an evangelista, needless to say.
YB Nga’s message reads, “Video Aidilfitri: We serve to bless others, we are from the people, by the people & for the people. Selamat Hari Raya!”
Although he mentions Aidil Fitri as the intention, everything about his post is really American Bible Belt. Continue reading “YB Taiping’s controversial Christian right Raya greeting”
Pahang mufti Abdul Rahman Osman yesterday invited Grandpa and his son Papa Lim to convert to Islam for national unity. (See story in the J-Star.),
Guan Eng’s bungalow issue is his personal problem. It is not the collective problem of the Chinese community.
Yet the Penang Chief Minister, his father and their party DAP are trying to drag everybody to be involved through misrepresenting the matter at hand in order to fan Chinese sentiments.
Almost RM1 million was the amount that Anak Bangsa Malaysia (SABM) activist Haris Ibrahim managed to collect through public donations to fund his ABU campaign during the run-up to GE13 previously.
Yesterday DAP successfully raised a similar sum in less than 24 hours — see Hannah Yeoh’s retweet below.
The evangelical party nowadays has access to sources of easy funding on top of an ample war chest. No wonder they’re flush with cash enough to pay their Red Bean Army and the (Umno reject) Melayu. Continue reading “The haters funding DAP”
The Chinese, especially those living on Penang island and in Jerusubang, exist in their own ethnic bubble.
To borrow a phrase popularized by MCA’s public enemy No.1 Ridhuan Tee, the Dapster-evangelistas are “ultra kiasu”, i.e. holding to the credo that ‘heads we win, tails you lose‘. Continue reading “Unbridgeable gulf between Cina DAP and sane Malaysians”
DAP would not be able to be so bold if the evangelical party were not enabled by a sprinkling of Malays themselves. Continue reading “Melayu DAP api dalam sekam”
Just like how his party had been calling for Najib to take a leave of absence due to 1MDB concerns.
But Najib has not even been implicated nor charged for any financial wrongdoing.
Here Guan Eng has been explicitly charged in court for corruption. DAP should now cakap serupa bikin.
Guan Eng must go on leave immediately as CM, following the same principle that the opposition preached to apply on the PM. Continue reading “Guan Eng should temporarily step aside”
The reason DAP is such a vicious party is because its Dapster family mafia is truly vindictive and full of vengeance.
Grandpapa Dapster was ISA-ed twice. He was detained immediately post-May 13 for a period of close to 1-½ years. And once again under Ops Lalang. Continue reading “That bungalow really bad feng shui lah”
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What is wrong with MCA?! The Chinese party’s hysteria over ‘kafir harbi’ is playing right into the hands of the evangelical party.
Orang DAP memang selalu buat onar — tipu, bohong, putar-belit, fitnah. But has MCA ever held them accountable for their destructive behaviour? Continue reading ““Not impossible that I might get shot” — Ridhuan Tee on death threats”
… then what is PAS doing with them together in the Selangor state government?
If PAS now considers DAP to be an enemy of Islam, why is the parti Islam still willing to be in cahoots with the evangelical party in the Selangor state government?
Today the Brits are voting in a referendum on Brexit, i.e. on whether Britain is to exit the European Union.