When fishing Chinese votes in GE14, Najib Razak must have given at least some thought to the Utusan 2013 front page question ‘Apa Lagi Cina Mahu?’
Utusan believed that masyarakat Cina taksub menyokong parti ekstrem DAP and that Cina Malaysia mempunyai sikap angkuh suka menghina orang Melayu. Continue reading “Tony Pua still continuing his attacks on Najib” →
A couple of days ago, I stated my opinion that Nathaniel Tan is a virtue signaler.
However Nat is no hater.
There are nonetheless plenty of haters who put Mahathir, Najib and other PMs in the same sentence as “low class”. Continue reading “Bangsar Bubble-ians” →
Mahathir yesterday criticised Putrajaya for allowing an Israeli civilian aircraft to enter Malaysian airspace.
He said: “People in the country do not want to see Israeli plane flying over Malaysian air.” Continue reading “Israel’s one Boeing — riuh rendah, China’s 16 military aircraft — whatever” →
Yesterday I went out to stock up on cat food.
But the kibbles brand I usually buy had unfortunately finished, so my haul from the pet shop was only 8kg and not 16kg as intended. Continue reading “OMG !! Harapan appears most worried about … (huh?)” →
Dong Zong today announced the winners of its ‘Embrace Diversity’ essay writing competition.
Why don’t Dong Zong and Sin Chew advise the motherland to allow its Uighur, Tibetan and Mongol ethnic minorities to preserve their respective linguistic, cultural and religious ‘diversity’ too.
If ‘Diversity’ is really a country’s strength, then the Communist Party (CCP) should be embracing the various languages of its citizens residing in the China autonomous regions of Xinjiang, Tibet and Inner Mongolia. Continue reading “Dong Zong should advise Cina komunis on “embracing diversity”” →
DAP feels free to criticize Israel and Myanmar – but not China – over the three countries’ treatment of their respective Muslim minorities. We’ve seen the party’s evangelistas cry (crocodile tears?) for the Palestinians and Rohingya … but not for the Uighur. Why not?
Continue reading “Is DAP really pro Islam? What do you think?” →
Police and immigration officers today detained some 200 illegal workers in Petaling Jaya Old Town. This is a staunch DAP area. The Adun here is Hannah Yeoh’s former personal assistant Rajiv Rishyakaran.
The Malay Mail photo below shows some of the undocumented foreigners detained in this morning’s crackdown. Continue reading “Their hearts bleed at police raid on DAP area illegals” →
Six Rohingya have tested positive for the coronavirus in Cox’s Bazar as of Sunday.
The pandemic now just starting to break out in the overcrowded refugee camps of Bangladesh will further intensify their efforts looking for an escape hatch.
Jakarta has most recently alerted Putrajaya that two more boatloads of Rohingya are heading Malaysia’s way. Continue reading “Rohingya: Indonesia (1,200), Thailand (5,000), India (50,000), Malaysia (200,000)” →
Kes jangkitan koronavirus sudah dikesan di kem pengungsi Rohingya di Bangladesh. Ekoran ini, dikhuatiri wabak Covid-19 akan meledak di daerah Cox’s Bazar yang begitu padat dengan penghuni. Continue reading “Sukarelawan NGO digesa segera ke Cox’s Bazar tolong laksana kuarantin” →
A news article headlined ‘Speak up against anti-Rohingya hate speech, says activist’ (FMT, Apr 28) reported, “Najib Razak recently backed Malaysia’s action [on April 16] to push back a boatload of Rohingya from landing on Malaysian shores”.
Umno top leaders have voiced out that Malaysia cannot absorb a potential floodgate of Rohingya abandoning their Bangladesh halfway camp. Continue reading “Some people now think M’sians are literally Hitler because Rohingya” →
Pribumi supreme council member Rais Yatim sees similarities between Rohingya and the Chinese immigrant influx into Malaysia in the 1920s.
The British during their period of colonial rule drastically changed the demography of Burma and Malaya by importing foreign workers who later decided not to return to their country of origin. Continue reading “No wonder schizophrenic DAP confused and yet to respond to Rais Yatim” →
“Those who want the Rohingyas out need not be called ‘fascists’. Those who want them to stay are not angelic humanists either.” — Dr Azly Rahman
Dr Azly is a Malay academic based in New York. What he had the spine (from his freedom base in the USA) to say out loud are some hard truths that the spineless posturing “news that matter” portal probably prefers to shy away from. Continue reading “Rohingya: Malaysiakini dare not “speak truth to power”, haw haw haw” →
Geleng kepala …
Sudah boleh dijangka. Memang orang Harapan berjiwa kecil.
Two days ago, the Christian Federation of Malaysia issued a press statement saying CFM is consulting its lawyers to look into remarks made by Aminuddin Yahaya who is the Isma chief cum Ummah chair.
The CFM media statement additionally said some things about Aminuddin that appear questionable and should raise concerns in Isma and Ummah. Continue reading “Isma president Aminuddin should also consider looking at legal options” →
The Christian Federation of Malaysia is big on celebrating diversity. In its Merdeka wishes, CFM talked about the dream of a Malaysia Baru that is “a nation of diverse peoples, cultures and religions”.
They “give thanks to God for leading our multiracial, multicultural and multireligious nation through these many years of progress” in a media statement today jointly signed by Archbishop Julian Leow, Archbishop Simon Poh, Bishop Ong Hwai Teik and Rev. Eu Hong Seng. Continue reading “Christian Federation exploring legal action against Ummah” →
The DAP ethos was spelled out loud and clear by its party vice chairman Kulasegaran while on the stump in Rantau where a byelection is being held today. He implied to the Indian electorate, Remember to stick to your own kind.
BELOW: Snake oil peddled by DAP all the last decade that the party has no Indians and “zero Chinese” Continue reading “Dei @Khairykj, u 4got 2 tag @hannahyeoh #DAP_rasis” →
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
Continue reading “Sg Kandis: Such loving language from the anti-Umno people” →
Lim Guan Eng stridently condemned a law which recognises Israel as a “nation-state of the Jewish people”, drawing a backlash from some Dapsters and Zionist Christians who told the DAP sec-gen to mind his own business as he is not the Foreign Minister.
Guan Eng had said the new “racist” law passed by the Knesset (Israeli parliament) upholds “the concept of Jewish supremacy”, according to a report in The Star. Continue reading “Guan Eng attempting to equate Chinese to oppressed Palestinians?” →
DAP’s P.Ramasamy, who is also the Indian ethnic-quota Penang Chief Minister (II), asks today if there is a Muslim-only “apartheid policy creeping in” following news of a religiously self-segregated laundry in Muar that bars non-Muslim customers.
Then there is DAP’s Zaid Ibrahim who hopes to become an MP again in the coming election.
Yesterday Zaid slammed the aforementioned Muslim-only laundry as well as the current Muslim objections to a beer festival, increasing Muslim animus against gays and liberals, and the ever stricter Islam-mandated tutup aurat as among preoccupations that are not beneficial to our Muslim intelligentsia. Continue reading “Christian DAP’s vely headless chicken mutant soup” →
DAP is embracing Tun and his bunga raya party full throttle … but only for as long as it’s expedient.
After all, Lim Kit Siang’s “career for much of the 1980s and 1990s was about saving Malaysia from Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad” (quote borrowed from the irrepressible Joceline Tan’s column today). Grandpa Dapster’s Mother of All Flip-Flops wrt Tun is proof positive of DAP’s most cynical politics of expediency. Continue reading “The miracle of DAP’s holy water” →
Just like DAP evangelistas wear tudung as if they’re the greatest respecters of Islam, now the Dapsters pusing 180-degrees like they’re the greatest lovers of mamaks.
The DAP Occupy Masjid gang, as we know, are the greatest munafiq. It’s equally delightful to watch Dapsters lick their own spit coming to Tun Mahathir’s defense over Zahid’s jibe at his Indian ancestry. Continue reading “s/o Ayah Kutty” →
Jedidiah Brown is an ordained pastor.
He leads a high profile “anti-violence campaign”. He is a “community organizer” and wannabe politician.
Brown jumped onto the stage at Donald Trump’s latest rally (cancelled) in Chicago and started screaming at the crowd. He had to be restrained by security Continue reading “Video: “Anti-violence” pastor punches Trump fan in the face” →
Saifuddin Abdullah, ketua pegawai eksekutif Gerakan Moderat Malaysia sebaris dengan Ambiga (berdiri belah kiri dalam gambar di bawah)
Continue reading “Johan Jaafar dah letak jawatan, si Pudin bila?” →
The J-Star editorial today put a “focus on spreading love”.
The paper says that if you’re unable to respond and reciprocate the loving kindness that the Jom Kawan do-gooders – see pix below – are proffering to perfect strangers, then you must be “the most selfish and cold-hearted” person indeed. Continue reading “J-Star extols nasi lemak and promotes congkak” →
My thanks to commenter Adait @ 2015/06/07 at 11:49 pm for introducing the “hippocrite” spelling, which I’ve borrowed for the headline above.
In my previous posting, I pointed out that although Hannah Yeoh had highlighted (i.e. put the message in big-size typeface) both her tweets rebuking the news portals – “Shame on u @malaysiandigest …”, “FMT shame on u …” – she nonetheless failed to similarly highlight her belated condolence message to the Sabah quake victims.
Well now she has. Her phony tweet – “No words can explain your grief. May your hearts find rest & comfort in God’s love” – is now rendered in big-size typeface – see screenshot of Madame Speaker’s timeline below. Continue reading “Hippocrite” →
1. Anwar Ibrahim did nothing to reform the system when he was an insider. And mind you, he was sitting at its apex and even acting as prime minister between May and July 1997.
He did nothing towards a repeal of the ISA, OSA, Emergency Ordinance or Sedition Act. Nor did he roll back the restrictions imposed by the Societies Act and the UUCA.
2. In the 16 years that Anwar was rising up the Umno ranks until he was a heartbeat away from the very pinnacle, he made no changes for the better from the inside. Continue reading “Anwar cannot be the cure for our politics as he was its chiefest poison” →
Each meal that Hannah Yeoh has, she thinks of Anwar Ibrahim’s meals in prison and her eyes well up with tears.
Continue reading “Anwar has lost weight already” →