Posted in SUCKER

Does Umno’s “No Anwar, no DAP” mean PKR-minus-Anwar is okay?

According to Nik Nazmi in his widely quoted interview today, the Sheraton power brokers were willing to accept PKR but had shut the door firmly against DAP.



Meaning the Malay parties (Bersatu, Umno, PAS) can accommodate any multiracial party MP as long as the YBs are not from DAP.

Continue reading “Does Umno’s “No Anwar, no DAP” mean PKR-minus-Anwar is okay?”

Posted in GE15

The coolest election result ever

The Netherlands held its general election on Wednesday (March 17).

Voter turnout was high at almost 83 percent. 

There are 150 seats in the Dutch parliament. Under their proportional representation system, the Party for the Animals is projected to win six seats! Continue reading “The coolest election result ever”

Posted in parti evangelis

Dapsters deserve PAS rule because elections have consequences

Sin Chew columnist Tajuddin Rasdi wrote on Wednesday (March 17) about his fear that one day soon a PAS ulamak may become prime minister of this country. 

Who is Prof. Dr Mohd Tajuddin Mohd Rasdi? Well, he is another Melayu DAP, or to quote him in his own words: “I am a ‘Malaysian Malaysia’ sort of personality”. 

Prof. Tajuddin shared with his Chinese Sin Chew readership the “thing that shocked me a few months after that historic [GE14] win was the backlash from the Malays”. Continue reading “Dapsters deserve PAS rule because elections have consequences”

Posted in Evangelis

Peranan Melayu DAP dalam kes Jill Ireland

Adun DAP Perak YB Abdul Aziz Bari beserta setpol Kit Siang, iaitu Syahredzan Johan kedua-duanya  menyumbang afidavit berhubung kes kalimah ‘Allah‘ di Mahkamah Tinggi.

Afidavit mereka dilapor telah menyatakan bahawa penggunaan kalimah ‘Allah‘ oleh orang Kristian tidak akan membuat orang Melayu jadi konpius. Continue reading “Peranan Melayu DAP dalam kes Jill Ireland”

Posted in Evangelis

The supposed 400-year-old BM gospel used ‘Tuhan’ translation

Translated by Albert Cornelius Ruyl, I believe.

This image sourced from the Bible Society of Malaysia reads something like “Yang dijanji baharu dari Tuhan-ku Jesu Christi”.

Why are the Christians today so insistent on using the ‘Allah’ word when the earliest BM gospels – such as the flyleaf seen below – apparently use ‘Tuhan’ to refer to the Lord. Continue reading “The supposed 400-year-old BM gospel used ‘Tuhan’ translation”

Posted in Chinese

Malaysiakini’s Great Awokening

The Malaysiakini news headline yesterday read ‘Zahid trial: Businessperson felt special that DPM wanted RM10m donation’.

Our country’s most awokened media referred to Singapore’s Mr Wong Sang Woo as a “businessperson”.

The corresponding NST headline was ‘Zahid asked Singaporean businessman for RM10 million donation, court told’. Continue reading “Malaysiakini’s Great Awokening”

Posted in Cina MCA Cina DAP

Tujuh dulang hati nyamuk and the broken bridge

When Hadi Awang yesterday talked about “burung kasuari padang pasir yang menyembunyikan diri dengan menyorok kepalanya yang kecil ke dalam tanah, dan mendedahkan badannya yang besar nampak dari jauh mata memandang”, he could well be describing also the 95 percent Chinese polity.

Like ostriches burying their head in the sand, they’re still cursing and swearing hideously at the MCA while blind to the deep hole which DAP has dug for them. Continue reading “Tujuh dulang hati nyamuk and the broken bridge”

Posted in Cina DAP

Ka-ka-ka-kah, reason Malays tak boleh tahan DAP

This morning’s short post is a continuation from yesterday’s about Bersatu deciding to exit Harapan after only less than a year of exposure to the DAP.

DAP is 55 years old today and will soon be celebrating its retirement anniversary.

Lim Kit Siang and Lim Guan Eng have together controlled DAP for a combined total of 47 years out of the party’s 55-year lifetime. Continue reading “Ka-ka-ka-kah, reason Malays tak boleh tahan DAP”

Posted in Rohingya

Bangladesh’s biggest ever drug bust just happened in Cox’s Bazar

The four suspects (below) were detained by Thai authorities last month for investigation into drug smuggling.

I blogged about this on Feb 22 saying they don’t look Malaysian to me although they’d claimed to be.

A latest news story about a two-kilogram ‘ice’ haul in Cox’s Bazar should set you thinking because yet another Rohingya boat is trying to reach Malaysia (story later in my next blog post). Continue reading “Bangladesh’s biggest ever drug bust just happened in Cox’s Bazar”

Posted in Cina DAP

Pointless for MCA to out-Chinese the DAP

MCA has a better chance of political survival if it left the Cina-Cina-Cina race politicking to DAP.

I support MCA becoming equal rights multiracial.

Meaning: Open up the party to non Chinese for full (not merely ‘associate’) membership together with having a full say in party affairs as well as full eligibility to run for party office.

To take a plunge straight into the deep end, I’d even suggest that MCA twin with MIC. Continue reading “Pointless for MCA to out-Chinese the DAP”

Posted in Cina MCA Cina DAP

How many years does it take Chinese to learn BM?

If we had to pick a year to indicate the start of Chinese mass migration to Malaya, when would it be?

The question piqued me after reading the tweet below a few days ago by Derek Tonkin who stated “1872 was at the start of the serious Chittagonian migration into Arakan”.

i.e. start of the serious migration of Bengali workers from Chittagong (Bangladesh) into Rakhine, Myanmar. Continue reading “How many years does it take Chinese to learn BM?”

Posted in Cina MCA Cina DAP

Chinese have rejected BM for 100 years

It is predictable of the MCA to create its Tan Cheng Lock memorial website only in Chinese and English, sidelining bahasa Melayu.

Wee Ka Siong and his party apparatchiks conducted their Feb 27 launch event in Mandarin as well. The website honouring MCA founder Tan was unveiled in conjuction with the party’s 72nd anniversary.

After seven decades in Malaysia, Cina MCA still neglect bahasa kebangsaan. Continue reading “Chinese have rejected BM for 100 years”

Posted in Cina DAP

‘Pendatang’ polemics: Sinchew’s sleight of hand

In its Feb 23 editorial headlined ‘We’re not pendatang!’ the Sin Chew Daily said:

“The Chinese people are always citizens of this country.”

“Chinese migrants had been traveling between China and the Malay Peninsula and Borneo for business or engaging in agriculture, mining and road-building works, for almost six centuries from Ming dynasty to the 1950s. Few of these early migrants eventually returned to China, but a lot more settled and died here.”

Err, “always citizens”? Really?

Continue reading “‘Pendatang’ polemics: Sinchew’s sleight of hand”

Posted in Rohingya

Muhyiddin slammed by NGO over Rohingya policy

There will be an increase in the number of Rohingya boat people coming to Malaysia, warned Zafar Ahmad Abdul Ghani.

Zafar, who is president of the Myanmar Ethnic Rohingya Human Rights Organization Malaysia, said in a press statement yesterday that this bigger impact on Malaysia is only to be expected following the Feb 1 military coup.

And indeed the news about the latest Malaysia-bound Rohingya boat is its rescue yesterday by India’s coast guard. Continue reading “Muhyiddin slammed by NGO over Rohingya policy”

Posted in Rohingya

Sinchew digging ‘pendatang’ hole ever deeper

I mentioned that the Sin Chew editorial published yesterday was worth reading, mainly because it had Rohingya and Vietnamese boat people on its radar.

Regular readers of my blog would, of course, be aware that I’ve been covering Rohingya extensively and I’ve also brought up the topic that Vietnamese boat people were actually ethnic Chinese. Continue reading “Sinchew digging ‘pendatang’ hole ever deeper”

Posted in Rohingya

Bad idea to bring in so much foreign cheap labour

In the first part of last year, a quarter of our coronavirus cases were non Malaysians — see pie chart below (segment in red). 

The figures are sourced from a 17 Nov 2020 research paper in The Lancet titled ‘Clinical characteristics and risk factors for severe Covid-19 infections in Malaysia: A nationwide observational study’.

Continue reading “Bad idea to bring in so much foreign cheap labour”

Posted in Cina DAP

Be worried about what the silent majority are thinking

Malaysiakini raised RM685,632 through crowdfunding in under five hours yesterday.

The pro-opposition platform had been fined RM500,000 because its subscribers said in reader comments that our judiciary was corrupt and committed wrongdoings.

Branches of government are the judicial, the executive and the legislative arms. All three are being dissed by a vocal section of the population. Continue reading “Be worried about what the silent majority are thinking”

Posted in DAP

What will ‘Malaysian Malaysia’ do to the Malays?

The Muhyiddin administration yesterday revealed its blueprint for ‘National Unity’.

Malaysiakini readers swiftly told the PM what they thought of his proposal in a torrent of 430 comments.

DAP and its supporters are trying to corral Muhyiddin into the party’s own self-serving ‘Malaysian First’ construct — the same framing device whereby Lim Guan Eng had declared that he is “NOT Chinese”. Continue reading “What will ‘Malaysian Malaysia’ do to the Malays?”

Posted in British Raj

Fifth generation immigrant yet still not integrated

Here we call them Bangla. You can’t tell them apart from Rohingya.

Most outsiders are unable to differentiate a Rohingya from a Bengali (Bangladeshi). The only people able to do so are those from Chittagong, i.e. the Bangladesh division where Cox’s Bazar is located.

“With only minor differences in language and appearance, the average Bangladeshi cannot readily distinguish a Rohingya from a Bangladeshi.” — HRW

Continue reading “Fifth generation immigrant yet still not integrated”

Posted in Rohingya

Malays now finding out about tauke Rohingya

‘Hidup bertuankan tauke Bangla, Rohingya’ was the news headline yesterday in Sinar Harian. 

The op-ed article said Bangladeshi and Rohingya market wholesalers are “warga asing [yang] begitu berani mengambil kesempatan”.



Actually Bangla and Rohingya are puak serumpun, as will be explained shortly. Continue reading “Malays now finding out about tauke Rohingya”

Posted in Tommy Thomas

Then AG Tommy Thomas, CJ Richard Malanjum, Law Minister Liew — all Christian

In his new memoir, Tommy Thomas revealed the Malay backlash against his appointment as Attorney-General was so strong that the Harapan prime minister tried to rescind the offer. 

The Malays were spooked because the country’s three top positions in law were all held by Christians once Harapan came to power. Continue reading “Then AG Tommy Thomas, CJ Richard Malanjum, Law Minister Liew — all Christian”

Posted in Banana Republic

What really happened with the votes in USA 2020 election

America’s election on 3 Nov 2020 was unlike any other in USA history because Covid was used as a pretext by Democrats to allow an unprecedented number of early votes and/or mail-in votes (absentee ballot).

The chart below by Pew Research is significant.

https://www.pewresearch.org/politics/2020/11/20/the-voting-experience-in-2020/

Continue reading “What really happened with the votes in USA 2020 election”