A captive audience has filed a civil rights lawsuit against their Oklahoma jail for torturing them with the song Baby Shark played on an endless loop.
The plaintiffs (a group of former prison inmates) said in their lawsuit that the children’s song – blared on repeat mode for hours – was used as a “device to torment” them. Continue reading “Torturing our ear to hear them speak BM”
The young pipsqueak used to kuat berlagak and arrogantly put down lots of people, especially Indians, and he even called one group of activists “bodoh sombong” not all that long ago (August 2019). Continue reading “Oooo Saddiq, ain’t karma a bitch?”
Yesterday was one of the most satisfying schadenfreude days of 2021. Breaking news: Syed Saddiq to be charged by MACC. Continue reading “Syed Saddiq: Picture gallery retrospect”
Poltical junkies who read my blog would have already registered that DAP is the biggest party in parliament.
How do we visualize this party’s unbudging 42 MPs? Continue reading “Parliament and the new normal in M’sia Baru”
Chinese envoy standing down as Beijing’s ambassador to Great Britain — see latest news below.
His Excellency Liu Xiaoming has been in denial about the atrocities taking place in Xinjiang. Continue reading “Admit nothing, deny everything”
An ugly screed titled ‘Malaysia’s inhumane crackdown on migrants, refugees’ is published in the Malay Mail today.
They are unhappy with what they call “human rights abuses” in Malaysia.
They‘re unhappy with Ops Benteng where Malaysian coastguard and military had pushed Rohingya boats away from our territorial waters. Continue reading “Again they’re calling M’sians abusive, cruel and inhumane”
PAS vice president Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah has invited Anwar to leave the Dark Side and come into the light after a meeting earlier today (pix below) between leaders of Perikatan.
Meanwhile Najib took a painful jab at Anwar — see his latest Facebook entry. Continue reading “Ouch! That must hurt (Najib jentik Anwar)”
That Sin Chew is astute when it comes to clarifying the sentiments of our local Chinese community is unsurprising given this daily broadsheet is the largest circulation Chinese-language newspaper outside of Greater China.
As the go-to trusty signpost, Sin Chew is accurate in parleying the Chinese mindset but unfortunately when it relates to the Malay psyche, not so much. Continue reading “Diversity — dead or alive?”
Melayu bersatu: Ulasan ke atas pelawaan Tun M
TUN ABDUL HAMID MOHAMAD
(Bekas Ketua Hakim Negara)
Sumber: Harakah Daily, 9 Julai 2019
Hanya lebih kurang dua tahun dahulu, Tun Dr. Mahathir membuat pusingan-U dan pergi “melutut” kepada Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim (DS Anwar) dan bekerjasama dengan Lim Kit Siang (DAP) dan Mat Sabu (Amanah) untuk bersama-sama menjatuhkan DS Najib dan kerajaan BN. Sekarang beliau membuat pusingan-U lagi. Kali ini beliau mengajak parti-parti Melayu (dan orang Melayu) bersatu dengan menyertai partinya, Bersatu, untuk memperkuatkan kedudukan politik orang Melayu. Continue reading “Mahathir cukup terdesak, cuba lagi pancing MP Umno”
Taking the Malaysiakini report at face value as accurate, you can feel free to now consider the BN dead. Really dead; dead as a dodo. Bukan setakat hidup segan, mati tak mahu — Refer, ‘Confirmed: BN picks ex-Orang Asli top cop for Cameron Highlands’.
Umno, the BN taikor, has at last discarded Indian sentiment in its decision not to field an MIC man as the Cameron Highlands by-election opposition candidate. Continue reading “Cameron Highlands: Post-Anwar power handover (or not) PM calculus”
ABOVE: Minister of Religious Affairs Mujahid Yusof Rawa embracing the Dapsters’ favourite preacher Zakir Naik
Continue reading “Err Mujahid, so khalwat raids will go on in Malaysia Baru?”