BELOW: A fly landed (yes really) on vice president Mike Pence’s hair when he debated challenger Kamala Harris on Oct 7 … the cat, who has its own Owl Kitty YouTube channel, is however only a parody
Yummy! says the black cat that swiftly caught and quickly ate the fly
Continue reading “Somebody else’s cat reacts to VVIP who had a fly on his head” →
Nicole Wong set her gunsight on the Wanita PAS chief yesterday but ended up shooting her own self in the foot.
The “drubbing” (see below) that the MCA Youth chief gave is one of a piece with the open season declared on Siti Zailah by the DAP Chinese cluster led by Hannah Yeoh. Certain Malay liberals also joined the pile-on, similarly considering Siti Zailah fair game to take their potshots at. Continue reading “Why do the Hope mob feel they’re entitled to open season on Siti Zailah?” →
No retreat, no surrender …
Najib Razak’s latest message to the nation – see video below – is pregnant with sublimal meanings and also hints at his coming course of action.
In the two-minute audio clip, the Umno president noted that 2008 opposition chief (Anwar Ibrahim) and Tun Mahathir (albeit not directly named) are the two men most responsible for diluting the Malay hegemony. Continue reading “Have Umno and PAS cut a deal over RUU 355?” →
J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai wrote about the Sarawak election in his column today,
“… the Barisan Nasional won by a massive landslide. In a nutshell, the Opposition got walloped. The DAP lost five of their seats, a clear indicator that the urban Chinese votes, their traditional stronghold, had swung back to the Barisan. As for PKR and PAS, they got clobbered.”
Continue reading “J-Star says DAP “got walloped” in S’wak (hint: Chinese will vote BN in coming by-elections)” →
… even when his message is about the flight crew of our Royal Malaysian Air Force all safe, alhamdullilah, after their plane’s emergency landing.
The trolls are mostly Cina DAP (or unless they’re Cina MCA?). They’re really displaying a lot of unalloyed hatred towards Ah Jib Gor. Continue reading “Najib’s Facebook full of jeering trolls” →
The German crowd clapped and cheered as fire ripped through a building in Bautzen, Saxony on Sunday (Feb 21). Saxony is home to Pegida — a fast growing, anti-Muslim immigrants movement.
It took a team of about 60 firemen to bring the blaze under control. Arson is suspected on the hotel building that was being reconstructed to be used as a refugee centre. Continue reading “Videos: Fiery blowback against immigrants of different race, religion” →
Regular commenter ‘drinho’ commented @ 2016/02/03 at 9:11 am,
“I can agree if you say DAP is the dominant party in [Pakatan Harapan] and able to dictate terms especially PAS is no longer in the equation. DAP is indeed powerful in PH states like Penang and Selangor.
“But to say that DAP can control Parliament/Putrajaya is too far fetch[ed]. Continue reading “Election 2018: How DAP Chinese vs Umno Malay voters stack up statistically” →
Tun yesterday wrote an open letter to Umno members and party grassroots leaders. In it, he made a whole slew of allegations. Continue reading “Tun slams Najib’s “DAP-like slogan”” →
Najib’s date with destiny is as a war general.
The fiasco that is Saifuddin Abdullah should be a chastening lesson for Najib Razak that ‘moderation’ backfires.
Saifuddin, in an interview two days ago with Oriental Daily News, said Najib is no longer the moderate and progressive leader that he once knew the latter to be.
According to Si Pudin, his ex-boss changed after being hit by the Chinese tsunami in GE13 Continue reading “A right-wing Najib is better for BN’s chances in GE14” →
Deputy Education Minister senator Chong Sin Woon is apparently “sick of hearing people referring to the Chinese and Indians as pendatang“.
He urged Malaysians not to be misled by these “political dinosaurs living in their own delusions” who call the non-Malays “pendatang”. Continue reading “MCA Youth chief sick of ‘pendatang’ tag” →
Gambar dif-dif kehormat yang duduk di baris pertama tatkala berlangsungnya mesyuarat agung Gerakan dua hari lepas.
Ketika itu presiden Gerakan Mah Siew Keong sedang menyampaikan ucaptama. Continue reading “Tahu lah kita sekarang kenapa Gerakan boleh duduk tempat tercorot” →
The Straits Times today reported on a Merdeka Center public opinion survey conducted last August. The Malaysian pollster had last week briefed Singapore financial sector analysts of its result.
In a news item headlined ‘Approval sinks for Malaysian PM Najib’s government’, the Singapore broadsheet quoting Merdeka Center on its findings said:
“Only 5 percent of the significant Chinese minority said they were happy with Datuk Seri Najib’s government. Continue reading “Chinese approval for Najib govt now only 5%” →
During Bersih 4.0, ‘somebody’ was stuffed into a cage and paraded around – see photo below. The cage signified a jail cell and the effigy a disgraced criminal.
This ‘criminal’ was also strung upside down like a slaughtered chicken – see photo below. Continue reading “Merah itu Umno, please own it!” →