Umno deputy president Mohamad Hasan is one cool dude, for a politician. Kudos for being plainspoken and straightforward about his party’s intent. (What a refreshing change from Mahathir’s style!)
The photo gallery below of my kitten the mighty hunter contains a sleight of paw. Can you see the little trick?
Slash and burn
Jamal Sekinchan yesterday issued a statement to say that he is not interested in contesting the Sungai Besar by-election.
Well, it’s his party bosses who believe his candidacy would be too risky. Continue reading “Jamal Sekinchan grounded, hawks fail to take flight”
So now the Red Shirts gonna split into Baju Merah Delima and Baju Merah Saga, is it? Continue reading “Ali Tinju and Jamal Sekinchan feuding”
BELOW: Last year’s CNY photo … his gong xi clasp was rather clueless. Look at the position of his fingers — wrong.
BELOW: This year’s CNY … much improved.
Menteri Besar memerlukan sekurang-kurangnya empat orang exco untuk membantu beliau mentadbir negeri.
Kita boleh tengok precedent (contoh terdahulu) dalam tindakan yang diambil MB Selangor Khalid Ibrahim sebelum ini, iaitu tatkala berlaku pemberontakan dan perebutan jawatan di kalangan kem-kem musuh Pakatan Rakyat.
Khalid telah memecat lima orang exconya pada Ogos 2014. Pemecatan mereka berkuatkuasa dengan serta merta. Continue reading “Mogok exco mampu lumpuhkan kerajaan Kedah”
By Shamshul Anuar
DAP achieved great success in last election. It has Chinese votes behind it solidly. And DAP tastes limited power in the form of Pulau Pinang.
Now it focus on Putrajaya. And to get Putrajaya, it has to dislodge the only party that is standing in its way: Umno. What better way to succeed than slandering. Continue reading “Time now for Najib to make Umno renegades toe the line”
There are 191 Umno divisions nationwide. Under these divisions are 21,245 currently active branches.
Umno divisions are present in every state except Sarawak:
- Johor (26)
- Sabah (25)
- Perak (24) Continue reading “Following Tun’s own logic, Mukhriz should quit”
“The perception in Umno is that Dr Mahathir no longer cares whether his attacks on Najib will also bring down their party or Barisan,” wrote Joceline Tan in her column today.
Joceline observed,”The irony is that surviving Dr Mahathir has also strengthened Najib’s hand in Umno”. Continue reading “Perception that Tun no longer cares if his attacks bring down Umno”
“This is Sparta!” Die!
Click to play video Continue reading “This is Umno Johor! “We take no prisoners””
The just concluded PAU is merely a temporary setback for Dr M. He will keep up the fight.
Projib should not rest on their laurels because Protun are not looking at a truce.
The following is an apt observation by blogger Eddy Daud. Pro-establishment Malays will have to pick their side in the Umno sectarian strife.
This tweet below by Eddy is LOL spot-on. Yup, the treacherous MCA are only reaping what they sowed. BN can’t afford backstabbers in time of war.
War on Terror
MCA’s minions (the EvangeliSTARs) have been aiding and abetting the Perception Cyber Terrorist.
I hope the Communication Minister, who has a seat in the proposed National Security Council, will take note of this clear and present danger. The Bintang Lima have been terrorizing the cyberside.
Ganyang MCA! Break the Gunting!
Btw, the picture of Nasrudin Hassan at-Tantawi’s Princess Leia styling below is authentic.
Kit Siang: DAP competing with Umno for Malay heart & mind
Lim Kit Siang said yesterday that as part of the DAP’s vision to reach out to everyone with their message of a Malaysian Dream, his party is “competing with Umno for the hearts and minds of Malays”.
Grandpapa Dapster noted that the DAP is busy shedding its Chinese image in order to “reach out to Malays”.
France concluded its runoff regional elections yesterday. The results show that strategy and tactical voting carried the day for the traditional powers. The right wing challengers lost all.
Example of a war general
“This is where we hold them; this is where we fight; this is where they die!”
Continues from ‘Did MPs from MCA vote for national security bill?‘
This new National Security Council Act is a double-edged sword. If BN loses the next election, then Putrajaya will fall into DAP hands and the Kims will then use this law against Umno leaders instead.
We should also learn the Selangor lesson. See what happened after this rich and developed state fell into Pakatan hands. Continue reading “Did MPs from PAS abstain from voting on national security bill?”
The Dewan Rakyat speaker slammed the opposition for “making noise over Zahid answering on behalf of Najib,” Malaysiakini reported with regard to the proceedings in Parliament this morning.
“If they don’t want to listen to the answer, they can get out,” Speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia was quoted by Malaysiakini as saying just now. Continue reading “Make them walk the plank”