Answer: Amy Coney Barrett, Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch and John Roberts
They’re are all Justices of the American Supreme Court with the last named being the Chief Justice of the USA himself. Continue reading “Guess who are being called ’extremists’ now”
DAP party supporters who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones as their stones might redound somewhere else. Continue reading “Lee Lam Thye accused of becoming Mahathir’s “lapdog””
9 May 2018. GE14 polling day. The day DAP brought back to life the King of Old Dinosaurs. Continue reading “The day DAP resurrected a 93-year-old T-Rex”
… his DAP toadies would have spent a considerable fortune on lip balm and lozenges to treat their tired mouth after all the feet-kissing and toe-sucking they engage in. Continue reading “If Mahathir were still PM today…”
Even the staunchest Harapan fans had to grudgingly concede that Kit Siang “raises violent imagery of political operatives [PM and cabinet ministers] having their houses burnt by mobs”, as highlighted by Najib in his Facebook two days ago — see below. Continue reading “Kit Siang apologists walk back Sri Lanka “violent imagery””
Just in case Beijing missed it the first two times, President Biden repeats himself again in Japan.
Continue reading “Third time a charm”
Sebab dia dianggap kerajaan sebagai seorang penghasut yang menjejas ketenteraman awam. Continue reading “Kenapa Kit Siang ditahan ISA hampir 1½ tahun mulai 18 Mei 1969? “
English-language media – particularly The Sun Daily and Malaysiakini – are clearly showing their pro-DAP hyper partisanship. Continue reading “DAP ecosystem and its media-fuelled atmosphere”
ELON MUSK: “In the past I voted Democrat, because they were (mostly) the kindness party.”
“But they have become the party of division & hate, so I can no longer support them and will vote Republican.”
“Now, watch their dirty tricks campaign against me unfold … 🍿 “ Continue reading ““The party of division & hate””
So YB Ong Kian Ming is planning to beat a strategic retreat.
Smarter operatives like him are correctly guessing that similar to the backlash at party level, there will be a bigger backlash against DAP come the next election. Continue reading “Bangsar Bubbleians spit at DAP’s own Chinese-educated grassroots”
Both are fond of insulting ordinary people who are unlike themselves. Continue reading “What does DAP have in common with dirty Democrats?”
Politicians, being politicians, will make a show of multikulti. Like for example our succession of PMs (including Mahathir — all of them Umno or ex-Umno leaders) tossing yee sang with chopsticks during CNY open house.
The ultra kiasu DAP, however, takes this festival custom a huge step further. Not content with only wishing Selamat Hari Raya, its party leaders are first off the starter block with their Selamat Berpuasa greetings the minute Ramadan is glimpsed turning around the corner. Continue reading “Cina DAP mucking about in other people’s religious spaces”
UN sec-gen Antonio Guterres met with President Putin at the Kremlin yesterday — below.
Continue reading “Table troll and other goblins (photos)”
‘Wan Fayhsal: Malays need protector to fulfil neo-feudal, tribal mentality’ was the baiting headline in Malaysiakini three days ago on April 5.
Fayhsal‘s original interview was conducted with The Vibes, here – ‘Liberal Pakatan can’t give Malays protection they want: Wan Fayhsal’ – and published on the same day (5 April 2022). Continue reading “The Chinese hive mind is best fitted with Muda Malays”
Elon Musk despises “holier-than-thou hypocrisy”
And as the richest man in the world, he can use his money to do something about the hypocrites. Continue reading “Update: Elon Musk on Twitter board of directors”
On the one hand, Salam Ramadan is scattering like confetti in Jerusubang.
BELOW: Selamat berpuasa greetings from DAP’s Adun Subang Jaya Continue reading “DAP’s religious schizophrenia”
Bersih are bestirring themselves once more.
Previously they’d helped to put Harapan in Putrajaya. Now that it seems GE15 is drawing nearer, the ‘cleaning’ crew is back to work. Continue reading “Bersih is back to aid dirty DAP”
On any other women-and-family issue, Hannah Yeoh is usually the first to shriek against Rina Harun and Siti Zailah on the government’s handling of the matter. Continue reading “DAP evangelists, PAS Islamists, sound of silence”
Dapsters are addicted to virtue signaling.
The four most commented articles in Malaysiakini this week all have ‘Najib’ in their headlines — see below. Continue reading “The holier-than-thou Dapsters”
“The DAP should have built on [principles of justice and fairness] instead of creating the running dog narrative for the MCA…” — THAYAPARAN @ Malaysiakini (28 March 2022)
In his Sinchew column yesterday, Tajuddin Rasdi wrote “90% of Malays believe that Chinese are dirty, immoral and corrupt” — see below.
Tajuddin was for some years a prominent DAP member. So it is more probable that he is referring to Melayu DAP who view Umno’s Chinese “running dogs” in such negative terms. Continue reading “DAP Christians and their Bersih crusade”
The Ronnie Liu pre-2008 approach, i.e. a reluctance to dilute its Chineseness, did not get DAP anywhere near Putrajaya or even control of a single state.
Its Hannah Yeoh 2008–2018 ubah approach, i.e. a holier-and-cleaner than thou posturing, not only got DAP control of Penang but participation in the state governments of Kedah, Perak, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Malacca, Johor and Sabah. Continue reading “Ronnie Cina, Hannah evangelis & Anthony flexi triangulation”
DAP protesters carrying rude banners objected to a visit by Najib to the party’s Chinese heartland in Penang.
They decried Najib as “corrupt” and thus not deserving any welcome in the DAP-ruled state. Continue reading “Christian DAP attacks Bossku as immoral”
“DAP is still facing problem being unable to change the perception of the Malay society which sees it as anti-Malay and anti-Islam,” said a Sinchew editorial on Tuesday (March 22). Continue reading “Running the bersih laundry cycle again”
‘LGE team won DAP election’, said today’s Sinchew editorial headline.
Lim Guan Eng “has won the party election!” exclaimed Sinchew because “26 of the 30 central executive committee (CEC) members are aligned to the party’s central leadership”. Continue reading “So many Christians in DAP CEC”
Teacher: Good morning.
6-year-olds: Selamat pagi, Cikgu.
Teacher: Okay, class. For Math today, we’re going to learn percentage.
6-year-olds: Yes, lao shi. Continue reading “DAP CEC — a kindergarten lesson in simple arithmetic”
Malaysia has moved on from Mahathir. His 42 Pejuang all lost their deposits in the Johor election two days ago.
There is also mounting pressure for Anwar and Kit Siang to be shown the door. Continue reading “DAP: Christian leadership after Kit Siang’s exit”
Siti Kasim announced yesterday that she will be contesting the Batu parliament seat in GE15.
Siti’s self-declared fellow ‘independents’ targeting other urban parliament seats are Ravee Suntharelingam (Wangsa Maju), KJ John (Petaling Jaya), Charles Chow (Subang), Roland Cheng (Kota Kinabalu) and Tawfik Ismail (undetermined as yet). Continue reading “PKR needs to break away from DAP!”
In June 2010, Najib asked Malaysians to suggest some names for the kitten he had acquired on a whim — pix below.
Najib’s spontaneous adoption of the little kittykat triggered DAP and Dapsters to spew their usual vitriol. Continue reading “Najib and his Kiky after a dozen years”
Bill Penzey sells spices in both his brick-and-mortar retail chain boutiques as well as through mail order.
Last month on Jan 15, his company Penzeys Spices held a promotional weekend dubbed ‘Republicans are Racists’ — see tweet below. Continue reading “How a business owner lost 40,000 customers in one fortnight”
ABOVE: The book ‘Pendedahan Agenda Kristian’ is published by MAIS (Majlis Agama Islam Selangor) Continue reading “Harapan’s branding radiates Born Again Christian vibes”
“The funny thing is that state governments controlled by the opposition bend over backwards to accommodate Muslims’ preoccupations and have to continuously defend themselves against charges of racism,” wrote Malaysiakini columnist Thayaparan yesterday. Continue reading “The Fox and the Wolf”
The tarik tauliah matter is a setback for PAS Islamists as Selangor moves to curb political activity in mosques this year.
Meanwhile, DAP-controlled Subang Jaya remains the evangelical capital of Malaysia and the party has a firm grip on non-bumiputera Christians. Continue reading “PAS Islamists have pulled ahead of DAP evangelists”
Beginning tomorrow, the first day of 2022, politicking in Selangor’s masjid dan surau will be curbed by the state religious authorities.
According to MAIS, semua tauliah mengajar agama Islam yang sebelum ini diberikan aktivis politik di Selangor terbatal dan akan ditarik balik mulai esok. Continue reading “2022 — PAS Islamists don’t be jealous of DAP evangelists, yah”
I’ve copypasted below an FMT article in its entirety — see further down at the bottom of this page.
In it, DAP Johor former chairman Dr Boo Cheng Hau raises some points and asks some questions. Continue reading “Wanita Kristian DAP dok pusing-pusing”
Mahathir is a teller of the most “outrageous” and anti-Chinese “racist” lies, said Najib yesterday at the 2021 World Chinese Economic Forum. Continue reading “Najib calls out Mahathir as an anti-Chinese racist”
Hannah Yeoh yesterday fired another salvo at Ismail Sabri — see her arrogant tweet below.
In it, the biaDAP Segambut MP dared our PM to fact check her. Continue reading “Hannah Yeoh–Ismail Sabri: Unstoppable force meets immovable object”
Ismail Sabri yesterday called out Hannah Yeoh for confusing the rakyat.
Out of all our 220 serving MPs, I’m not the least surprised that it should be YB Segambut whom the PM has to publicly fact check — see tweets below. Continue reading “Ismail Sabri: Hannah Yeoh “mengelirukan rakyat””
One notable takeaway from the Sarawak election on Saturday is how different the Chinese situation there compared to the peninsula.
A staggering twelve Chinese Aduns will be sworn into the Sarawak government. Eleven of them are from Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) component party SUPP and one from GPS component party PDP. Continue reading “S’wak Chinese switched from DAP to SUPP”
Dalam pilihanraya negeri Sarawak yang lepas pada tahun 2016, DAP menang tujuh kerusi:
- Padungan √
- Pending √
- Bukit Assek
- Kota Sentosa
- Tanjung Batu
Kali ini DAP bertanding 26 kerusi. Continue reading “DAP hilang 5 kerusi, 11 calon DAP hilang deposit”
Sarawak 2021 DAP election results — click HERE
Sarawak is a Christian-plurality region. Let’s see how DAP fares in its state election today.
Continue reading “Rocket X’mas tree in S’wak (cont’d)”
‘Reject DAP’s racial-religious incitement in Sarawak, says Fadillah’ was the news headline in NST two days ago (Dec 10). Continue reading “Shellacking in S’wak: How the Rocket misfired”
Despite reassurances by the evangelical party, DAP’s rocket Christmas tree in Batu Kawah is still regarded as Cina DAP politicizing everything under the sun. Continue reading “DAP says rocket X’mas tree will not confuse Christians”
DAP evangelist warlord Ngeh Koo Ham has been denied entry into Sarawak — see today’s news report below. Continue reading “DAP Christian leaders not allowed to enter S’wak”
Tony Pua has been described as ‘arrogant’ by Mahathir and behaving bagai kaduk naik junjung when DAP was permitted to helm the Finance Ministry in 2018-2020. Continue reading “Time for Tony Pua to start wearing songkok”
“I have no idea of this ‘respect’ narrative that floats to the top whenever we have these kinds of [tudung] discussions,”Malaysiakini’s puzzled columnist Thayaparan wrote in his Dec 6 article. Continue reading “Penang land reclamation joke”
According to DAP, ‘good‘ Chinese are the ones always keen to visit mosques.
And who will eagerly wear diversity tudung to show their “respect” either — ONE, when entering places of worship (including the Sikh gurdwara) or TWO, when showing solidarity with oppressed Muslims around the world (excepting the Uighurs). Continue reading “Lawatan masjid: DAP’s schizophrenic storyline of ’Cina baik, Cina jahat’”