Actually it doesn’t take much to wipe out Umno from Selangor in the state election due next year.
After all, in GE15 held last month, Umno lost in all the Selangor parliament seats it contested. Continue reading “After its coming S’gor wipeout, Umno will have to depend on Cina DAP votes for survival”
Oh well, Anwar appointed 27 “Malaysians” as deputies in his unity cabinet.
DAP royalty and scion of the Karpal clan is now included as Deputy Law Minister after his older brother Gobind earlier declined to be a part of the Anwar-Zahid cabinet. Continue reading “Anwar’s deputy ministers: Does a Singh count as an Indian?”
Keputusan pilihanraya semalam di Padang Serai merupakan satu tamparan hebat ke muka Zahid Hamidi, si presiden Umno yang asyik berpeluk-pelukan dengan DAP.
DAP ini cukup toksik! Lagi lama Umno bersama parti tersebut maka lagi kuat Umno akan terkesan dan dijauhi orang Melayu. Continue reading “Malays have no more confidence in Umno”
The election in Padang Serai today is a referendum on BN chairman Zahid Hamidi.
Although Zahid’s name is not itself on the ballot, he is nonetheless the most key player in the two-against-one fight in Padang Serai. Continue reading “2 lawan 1: Shy lor if Zahid cannot win Padang Serai”
DAP, waiting obediently for crumbs off its master’s table, picked off just a paltry four ministerial portfolios. Continue reading “DAP punya ‘meritocracy’ — double the work for half the reward”
Dapsters — LOSERS !!
Winner of the moral high ground — PN. They’d actually told our voting public the real truth about PH’s backroom dealing with Umno. Next time more people will believe PAS over PH and BN. Continue reading “94% Chinese electorate got what they voted for”
”Pelaksanaan pendidikan sekolah satu aliran jika mendapat sokongan kalangan bukan Melayu boleh disifatkan sebagai tanda awal kejayaan kerajaan perpaduan, kata exco Pemuda Umno, Muhamad Muqharabbin Mokhtarrudin,” Berita Harian reported today. Continue reading “94% pro-unity govt Chinese must agree to abolish sekolah Cina”
Zahid said ‘No Anwar, No DAP’ hanya untuk PRU15, as quoted in many media reports today.
Ia adalah untuk berdepan PRU15 dan bukannya selepas PRU15. Continue reading “Zahid’s statement on same level as ‘manifesto bukan kitab suci’”
The Laughing Lion video below is a nod to the latest good read on our GE15 shenanigans provided by Syed Akbar Ali of OutSyed the Box blog. Continue reading “When puddy cats think they’re lions”
I was really hoping to see Lim Guan Eng go to jail this time. Continue reading “The main reason I went out to vote”
Malay voters rejected corruption. Umno – the Malay party which Dapsters called “parti rasuah” and “parti penyamun” – suffered devastating losses. Continue reading “Biggest takeaway from PRU15”
On a dark day when the ‘No Anwar, no DAP’ camp is crying inside, Najib cracks a joke to make us laugh.
Despite not being in the best of situations himself, Najib retains his sense of humour. His tweet below is funny.
And despite the catastrophe now befallen us, there is a silver lining on the horizon.
We now have a PM who was once convicted of corruption. He is a uniting figure. Continue reading “Unique unity government”
People in BN want to buang Zahid and DAP is eagerly rushing nak pungut dia. Continue reading “DAP is now Zahid’s BFF”
Harapan has gone to town blaring that they’re the “winner” this election because their 82 (one Muda + 81) parliament seats are more than the rest of the trailing coalitions — see results table below. Continue reading “Harapan unimpressive despite all their crowing”
Malaysians are so divided. We’re polarized from young with Malay kids going to sekolah agama and Chinese kids going to SRJK(C).
To foster ‘keluarga Malaysia’ (Ismail Sabri’s slogan) 我们都是一家人 (Anwar Ibrahim’s motto), our children must all be put under one roof under one Malaysian First school system. Continue reading “For national unity, satu sekolah untuk semua!”
Serving up your music entertainment first and foremost, dear readers — a video clip below. The song chorus goes “Na na na na, na na na na, hey hey heyyy goodbye”. Enjoy.
Continue reading “Na na na na, ha ha ha ha, so very funny!”
The movers and shakers are doing another jiggy.
So we’ll have to wait until after 2pm tomorrow to get any inkling as to how the cookie crumbles. That’s another 16-some hours to go. Continue reading “Langkah que sera Seri Pacific”
DAP grand poobah Lim Kit Siang dropped a bombshell yesterday (see below). Continue reading “DAP desperadoes fling open arms to all Malay macho men”
GE15 unofficial results so far: The biggest party is PAS, the second biggest party is DAP.
Supporters of Green and Red have only dug deeper into both their respective trenches this election.
The more centrist Blue (BN) has unprecedentedly faded into third place. Sarawak is kingmaker.
As I’ve said before, Red and Green are two opposite ends of a horseshoe magnet — a single most compelling image to encapsulate the morning after.
Do you believe the Council of Churches of Malaysia (CCM) when they claim not to harbour any covert agenda to Christianize our country. Continue reading “Church vs Muhyiddin”
Rotikaya is a popular Malay entertainment portal with close to five million followers on Facebook. Yesterday, Rotikaya posted the comment below, addressing the DAP’s Christian firebrand Nga Kor Ming — “Takut ke dengan kerajaan pemerintahan Islam” (screenhot below). Continue reading “PAS will outperform Chinese expectations (my prediction)”
Black cat, black cat roll your eyes
See Anwar and his many tries
To become our next prime minister
Black cat, black cat prick your ears
Listen to his spiel so many years
But never PM, only second finisher
Black cat, black cat twitch your whiskers
Point out his band of bootlickers
Selling false hope everywhere
Black cat, black cat swish your tail
At Anwar‘s PM bids that always fail
B’cos Harapan is no more than hot air
— an original parody composed by HELEN ANG
Whatever one feels about Najib’s guilt, he is our former prime minister. That an ex-PM would be sitting in jail is saddening although this sentiment is not to disrespect the verdict of the court. Continue reading “My contemplation as a BN voter on Najib’s jailing”
Today, Easter Sunday, is the culmination of holy week for Christians.
Supporters of DAP have been invigorated to hate their neighbours even more than usual. Continue reading “DAP has found its GE15 Chinese cause celebre”
Yesterday I blogged that DAP and its supporters express so much hate so often for so many people.
DAP is like the Democrats who win American elections by promoting hate for Trump and countless lies about the Republicans. Continue reading “Hadi is correct about DAP’s desperation for Muda”
PKR is on a losing streak. And Cina DAP do not like losers.
The Chinese prefer prosperity and success. They want to reprise their great achievement of 2018. Continue reading “Why DAP will discard PKR — one word (kiasu)”
BN crosses 14-seat threshold (unofficially winning 15 seats thus far) and will form the Malacca state gomen.
Congrats Umno, MCA & MIC!
What beautiful symmetry: Three coalitions, each with three component parties (below), contesting the Malacca election.
Not only is today’s poll a curtain raiser to GE15, its results will indicate to us also the pattern of multicultural (or not) politics to come. Continue reading “Predicting a BN win”
In her Malaysia Day greeting, former Bersih 2.0 chairman Ambiga Sreenevasan (pix below) made an early pitch for GE15.
She wrote: “When we vote next, we must remember how these [political] leaders made us feel. We must choose leaders who never make us feel that way again.” Continue reading “Response to Ambiga: Harapan make us feel bullied”
In a post yesterday, I blogged that in this critical time when MCA is at the crossroads, the party should heed the five percent Chinese voters who supported BN.
I shall explain here why I’m urging MCA to show solidarity with Umno rather than cleaving to Bersatu. Continue reading “Why I feel MCA should stand by Umno’s side”
I speak as a Chinese who voted BN in 2013 and 2018. Mine was a ‘push’ (i.e. not a ‘pull’) vote.
I voted against – ‘push’ / tolak – DAP because I object to the party’s politics of hate. Continue reading “MCA must pull out from govt and stick with BN”
The Netherlands held its general election on Wednesday (March 17).
Voter turnout was high at almost 83 percent.
There are 150 seats in the Dutch parliament. Under their proportional representation system, the Party for the Animals is projected to win six seats! Continue reading “The coolest election result ever”
MCA’s current two parliament seats – Ayer Hitam and Tanjong Piai – are in Malay-majority areas.
MCA has no clout with which to bargain within BN when it is already acknowledged that the party cannot command Chinese support. Continue reading “Put Malay MCA candidates in Wangsa Maju and other hot seats”
Umno deputy president Mohamad Hasan has eyes to see for himself what happened to its BN ally MCA.
From a party with 31 MPs in 2004, the MCA was almost destroyed in 2018 while at the same time, DAP ballooned to 42 MPs. Continue reading “Umno-Bersatu existential battle already prefigured by MCA-DAP”
Umno deputy president Mat Hasan yesterday lobbed a hand grenade when he made it clear that his party intends to recover their Big Brother standing in Team A who are the incumbents and present ruling government.
Where does Umno’s now openly stated intention leave Pribumi? As it is, Pribumi chairman Mahathir has signaled that he will be sitting on the opposition bench when parliament resumes sitting on May 18 — see news report below. Continue reading “GE15: Will Pribumi return to Harapan?”
Anwar staked his reputation on Rantau and campaigned the byelection as if he himself was the candidate. But his ceramahs were filled mostly by Chinese and Indians.
Mahathir did not pop his head in Rantau even once.
The PKR defeat yesterday is Anwar’s to own. He and PKR failed to deliver the Malay votes. Continue reading “Anwar’s hope of becoming PM dimmer after Rantau loss”
The world is trending hard right. So why should Malaysia be any different? Continue reading “Umno and PAS in slipstream of global right-wing wave”
“God, Honour, Fatherland”, the marchers for nationalism chant.
Kemaskini 4.35 ptg: Khaled Nordin naib presiden Umno
Sudah dijangka pun. Parti alifbata semalam memilih saf kepimpinan tertinggi puak kanan yakni sebagai presiden baru Zahid Hamidi, timbalan presiden baru Mat Hasan, dan naib presiden baru Ismail Sabri Yaakob, Mahdzir Khalid dan
(belum rasmi) Khaled Nordin.
BAWAH: Khairy, seorang pendokong kegiatan mesra multi-faith, berada di Gereja Methodist Damansara Utama Continue reading “Umno menghala lagi ke kanan”