On his recent visit to Sarawak, PM Muhyiddin called our biggest state a “region“.
It could be Putrajaya’s tacit concession that the Federation of Malaysia comprises three regions: Malaya, Sabah and Sarawak. Continue reading “MH17’s bangsa bad luck”
“Last night, snipers killed five police officers and wounded seven others at an otherwise peaceful rally protesting recent police shootings.” [In Dallas on July 7.]
Duh. Does anyone else think that the above is the most bizarre introduction ever to a story? It’s presented by The Washington Post, no less. Continue reading “Racially profiling intended victims of attack”
Buah fikiran yang dibentangkan – lihat bawah – di Malay Mail pon semuanya pakai nama orang Melayu belaka.
Nah, inilah semangat Ketuanan Melayu Continue reading “Wakakaka, akhbar ‘Malay’ Mail konon”
The RTM tagline is no longer Salam 1Malaysia. It has changed to Salam sehati sejiwa, orangkampung informs us @ 2015/07/29 at 1:26 pm.
Forget Malaysian First. Our PM is Bugis. The DPM is orang Jawa. Continue reading “1Bugis, 1Jawa, 1Liberal, 1Mandarin song”
Persatuan Pengguna Islam Malaysia (PPIM) engaged the police and from that engagement, the Muslim consumers NGO released the statement below which is a fair and illuminating account of what transpired at Low Yat. So something positive and constructive had come out of the engagement.
Alvin Tan made the following remark about his Bak Kut Teh stunt:
“My satirical attempts at ridiculing Muslims is an expression of my political disapproval of Muslims and Islam.”
(see TMI e-mail interview)
If like this how to live in a Malay-majority Muslim country? Continue reading “Do you trust Najib to defend Islam?”
If there is a slant in the definition of the disenfranchised or marginalised, then fix the slant, Continue reading “‘Winnable candidate’: One who plays to the lowest common denominator”
“I have read many comments posted in Malaysia Today by readers who say that the Chinese do not need the Malays. In fact, I have deleted scores* of such comments because they only serve to rub the Malays the wrong way and does not help Pakatan Rakyat’s cause one bit.” — kata Raja Petra Kamarudin dalam rencananya bertajuk ‘Like a trapped animal (part 4)’
Shahrizat Abdul Jalil has so far gotten off very lightly.
“And even this event [departure of Shahrizat from the cabinet] is not an act on the part of anybody; Shahrizat was not sacked, nor did she resign, her status as minister merely becomes legally void when her term as a senator comes to an end on April 8, as under our constitution only a member of parliament or a senator can become a minister.” — Kim Quek, political commentator & author
The original video uploader Jess6366 has put in YouTube another clip where the words shouted can be heard. — 6.20pm Continue reading “KFC punch: What’s the real temperature of babi?”
UPDATE 4: This piece of news is being talked about in chat forum(s) in Indonesia, and has hit Singapore – World News item next? — 7.45pm, Feb 9
UPDATE 3: Sample of Malaysiakini readers’ call for boycott of Kentucky Fight Club and this is surely replicated in Facebook, chat forums and elsewhere. So who says a discussion here of the episode is making a mountain out of a molehill?
The Sedition Act dates back to 19 July 1948. It was amended (expanded and modified) in 1969 after May 13.
Generally the public is aware that the act preempts people from talking bad about the government Continue reading “Race Relations Act not a good idea”