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10 photos of The Dictator’s kaki ampu bodek

Ahmad Maslan and Khairy Jamaluddin are two sides of the same coin. Both are braggart poseurs.

The main difference between them is that the former constantly puts his foot in mouth (latest stint under the spotlight, here) while the latter strives to be politically correct by swaying like lalang to public sentiment.

Continue reading “10 photos of The Dictator’s kaki ampu bodek”

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Better for Najib to be feared than to be loved

I’m excerpting below some paragraphs from Joceline Tan’s Dec 1 article. She’s talking about Lim Guan Eng and the internal challenges he successfully fended off.

Nonetheless the lessons drawn by Joceline from Guan Eng’s iron grip on DAP should be made a teaching aid for the Umno president’s men. Continue reading “Better for Najib to be feared than to be loved”

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A right-wing Najib is better for BN’s chances in GE14

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”

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10 questions for Umno

Najib Razak, in his speech titled ‘Countering and preventing the spread of violent extremism’ at a UN leaders’ summit (prelude to the UN general assembly debate), spoke two days ago about Malaysia’s determination to counter Muslim terrorists on the international front.

I shall mirror the PM’s speech – full text reproduced at bottom of page – to ask whether Umno is committed to battling Christian militants on our domestic front. Continue reading “10 questions for Umno”

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Ku Seman: “Keadaan BN adalah sangat genting”

ku-seman-144x150“Kalau kita menganggap perhimpunan baju merah menyatukan Melayu, adakah kita hendak menafikan perhimpunan baju kuning tidak menyatukan Cina? Tambahan pula saya melihat orang Cina lebih komited menyertai Bersih berbanding ‘rombongan Cik Kiah’ dari seluruh pelosok ke Kuala Lumpur 16 September lalu.” – Ku Seman Ku Hussein Continue reading “Ku Seman: “Keadaan BN adalah sangat genting””

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Red vs Yellow: Bersih 4.0 did it first, after all

The Red Shirts are merely following the precedent set by Bersih. What’s good for the goose is good for the gander.

Bersih: Illegal, ah? So what?

Police said the Bersih 4.0 rally was illegal. But Bersih went ahead anyway.

Police said the Himpunan Maruah Melayu planned for Sept 16 is illegal. But the Red Shirts say they will proceed anyway.

The Reds merely ask – if Bersih can be allowed to get away with it, then why can’t they? Continue reading “Red vs Yellow: Bersih 4.0 did it first, after all”

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Size does matter – a yardstick for Himpunan Maruah Melayu

For bragging rights – “my rally is bigger than your rally” – and to preserve the dignity of the Melayus, the Tanah Tumpahnya Darahku Sept 16 counter demo should at least have a minimum threshold of participants.

Kalau tidak, malu lah – see Zam’s tweet below.

I’ll do the math on how many Malays need to show up in red T-shirts to save Umno some face. Continue reading “Size does matter – a yardstick for Himpunan Maruah Melayu”

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Koyak lah when cabinet ministers begin channeling Marina Mahathir

In the mind of the ordinary rakyat, what we call the “government” usually equals the prime minister and his cabinet.

The government however further comprises “the entire federal public service from the highest to the lowest, including of course the police force and the armed forces”, according to Tun Mohamed Suffian Hashim, the late Lord President.

Tun Suffian also stressed that the government, although powerful, must nonetheless conform to the law. Continue reading “Koyak lah when cabinet ministers begin channeling Marina Mahathir”

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Menang jadi arang, kalah jadi abu

Pada tahun 1873, perang saudara berlaku sekali lagi di negeri Perak.

Ketika itu, Ngah Ibrahim memerintah daerah Larut bermula dari Sungai Krian di utara sehingga Sungai Beruas di selatan.

Raja Larut Ngah Ibrahim dikenali pegawai British Frank Swettenham sebagai seorang keturunan campuran India, pintar dan pandai berniaga. Continue reading “Menang jadi arang, kalah jadi abu”

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Umno white areas have become shades of gray

Time to stop living in denial!

What the results show

(a) One out of every five Rompin voter who supported BN in May 2013 no longer does so in May 2015. BN lost 20 percent in total votes.

(b) Permatang Pauh voters still have not abandoned the Pakatan objective – ABU ABU ABU – despite the obvious disarray in the opposition bloc.

Pakatan people only want blood, Continue reading “Umno white areas have become shades of gray”

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Alamat keputusan Rompin: PRU14 nanti orang pro-kerajaan akan pilih untuk duduk di rumah juga

The most important detail of the Rompin by-election result is that the total votes for PAS remained constant – almost no reduction.


  • Hasan Arifin (Umno) got  23,796 votes
  • Nazri Ahmad (PAS) got  14,901 votes


  • Jamaluddin Jarjis (Umno) got  30,040 votes
  • Nuridah Mohd Salleh (PAS) got  14,926 votes

In the interval of exactly two years between 5 May 2013 (13th general election) and 5 May 2015 (yesterday), Umno lost 6,244 votes. PAS only lost 25 votes. Continue reading “Alamat keputusan Rompin: PRU14 nanti orang pro-kerajaan akan pilih untuk duduk di rumah juga”

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Way past time for Hindraf to sue Najib Razak

Updated: 29 March 2015

Hindraf chairman P. Waytha Moorthy believes that at some point in time during the hearing of his class action suit in the London High Court (to begin tomorrow), Najib Razak would have to be subpoenaed to testify.

The Hindraf lawsuit in London on March 30

Waytha is also quoted in an FMT report today ‘Hindraf suit in UK not to embarrass M’sia‘ as saying that the May 2013 MoU between Hindraf and BN is among the thousands of documents which his organization has compiled for their case.

BELOW: J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai is a trustee of the Global Movement of Moderates (GMM), yet another of Najib’s many expensive 1Malaysia-Transformasi outfits

WongChunWaiNajib Continue reading “Way past time for Hindraf to sue Najib Razak”


Indians are their own worst enemies

Reporter Narinder Singh fired a barrage of criticism at Waytha Moorthy, in addition to blasting Najib and BN as well as Pakatan in his FMT opinion piece today titled ‘Waytha, the BN waterboy all washed up‘.

Narinder views Waytha’s resignation as a late-in-the-day realisation by the Hindraf chairman that “he is better off fighting from outside the ring rather from within the circles of the Putrajaya boys”.

I have just one simple question: So who is going to help, and how will assistance and poverty alleviation programmes be delivered to the poorest Indians now? Continue reading “Indians are their own worst enemies”

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Alamak! Dah parah ni, malunya Umno

Berita semalam di Wall Street Journal bertajuk ‘Between God and Allah: Malaysia tries to stop Christians using the Bahasa word for God’

WSJ memaparkan gambar di bawah diringi caption berbunyi, “Malaysian Muslim activists shout slogans during a rally after Malaysian Islamic authorities seized hundreds of Bibles from a Christian group over the use of the word “Allah” in Klang, outside Kuala Lumpur on January 5″. Continue reading “Alamak! Dah parah ni, malunya Umno”

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Adakah RM2.25 juta itu akan dibayar kepada sekolah-sekolah Cina Sg Limau?

Sekadar bertanya. Ada orang Melayu yang cukup terkilan dengan pemberian peruntukan tersebut kepada sekolah-sekolah Cina di Sg Limau, lebih-lebih lagi calon Umno tidak dimenangkan pun.

Ada juga orang Cina macam Lim Kit Siang yang tidak berpuashati kerana sebuah sekolah 15 orang murid telah dijanjikan sumbangan satu juta ringgit. Lalu Ahli Parlimen Gelang Patah itu menuntut agar RM480 juta disalurkan bagi SRJK (C) Kuo Kuang, di kawasannya, yang mempunyai seramai 7,200 pelajar.

Najib Nambikei pun pernah Continue reading “Adakah RM2.25 juta itu akan dibayar kepada sekolah-sekolah Cina Sg Limau?”