The coming snap poll in Johor is Umno settling score with Bersatu. But it will also feature an entertaining sideshow of BN cutting PKR down to size. Continue reading “What does a PKR wipeout in Johor portend?”
It is a victory for the religious hardliners.
Members of the government had met with Winepak, makers of Timah whisky, on the issue of the distiller now reluctantly agreeing to change the name of their alcohol. Continue reading “Timah controversy in a DAP-aggravated ecosystem”
The VMAs (Video Music Awards) is an annual event hosted on the MTV cable channel.
This year’s VMA was held on Monday (Sept 13) and caused a stir when age-defying popstar Madonna opened the show.
The PAS president has been talking about golongan “bukan Islam yang tidak ekstrem” quite consistently in his political sermons of late.
One wonders whether Hadi Awang includes the DAP in this group or not. Continue reading “One day in politics is a lifetime”
Like I said in my blog post last month on July 9 — Dapsters think menteri Melayu ‘F’ grade, Cina DAP ministers ‘A+’.
They apparently get this Chinese superiority complex from their party leaders — see today’s tweet (below) from @hannahyeoh complaining about the “incompetency” of PN ministers. Continue reading “PAS is kingmaker”
Chinese in Indonesia speak bahasa Indonesia.
Chinese in Thailand speak bahasa Thai.
Chinese in The Philippines speak bahasa Filipino. Continue reading “DAP’s Bangsa Malaysia is putting lipstick on a pig”
Lim Guan Eng and his wife are such cheap Drama Queens.
Remember Betty’s tearful stunt shaving bald in a Buddhist temple (!!!) once … when she is actually a Christian? How shameless. Continue reading “Christian martyr Guan Eng is being ‘persecuted’?”
… will not be spending Christmas eve today giving his statement to the police.
The party sec-gen’s many evangelical colleagues in DAP will be glad to hear that the police have backed off from what Guan Eng called an act of “persecution” and “vengeance” in fixing his date of questioning on Dec 24.