‘DAP draws parallels between Trump and Najib supporters’ is the headline of an FMT report today.
In early 2009, YB Hee Yit Foong decided she was going to be “friendly” to BN Perak.
Hee had won her Jelapang state seat on a DAP ticket upon the basis of the Pakatan Rakyat mandate.
BELOW: That’s Hee Yit Foong’s photo placed on the floor to be stepped on by DAP members Continue reading “Perak: Now Mahathir can say ‘Cina mudah lupa’”
By Liz Peek
Seventy-four million Americans voted for President Trump. Though that number was not enough to carry him to victory, the support is encouraging, and also amazing.
Think of the mountain of lies from the liberal media that Trump voters had to climb in order to cast that ballot. They had to ignore, for starters, the steady drumbeat of stories …
Continue reading in Fox News
DAP evangelista leaders sanggup buat apa saja, especially their nauseating cosplay put on in masjid and surau.
Two days before the 12th general election, Betty Chew pulled the cheap stunt of shaving her head — for the sympathy-seeking, teary optics (see pix below) splashed in Chinese media, including the MCA-owned ‘Gunting Dalam Lipatan’ newspaper. Continue reading “Buat wayang jer … Remember GE12 when Christian Betty shaved bald in Buddhist temple?”
There was a ton of rude comments from Chinese and Indian netizens on Tuan Guru Haron Din’s passing.
Yet Jeff Ooi chose to highlight a rare tweet made by a liberal Malay.
The Melayu-screw-Melayu strategy is nothing strange. Continue reading “Did Jeff Ooi just do DAP’s Melayu-screw-Melayu manoeuvre?”
Muhyiddin Yassin: “The level of Chinese support for the government has also dwindled from 13% in the last general election to only five percent at present.”
See line graph below, click to enlarge Continue reading “Muhyiddin and harakiri”
Ha ha ha ha.
The opinion survey below has run 24 hours and I’ve closed the poll.
A total of 278 readers took part in the perception quiz about a dodgy Malaysiakini commenter – see screenshot at the bottom of this page.
Below is a reader comment at Malaysiakini on an article by Bridget Welsh. Continue reading “Opinion survey: What do you think?”