They’re now clamouring for a “national unity” government.
The UG cabinet composition they have in mind – see Malaysiakini below – is one that “must comprise representatives from all political parties from both sides of the divide”. Continue reading “The more they preach ‘unity’ …”
So far, there have not been any reports leaked this week that Anwar is benefiting from frogs despite the rainy season (and flash floods yesterday). Continue reading “In Feb 2020, they were called ‘frogs’; in May 2018, they were ‘doing it for the rakyat’”
What a short memory the Pakatuns have, or pretend to have.
Still remember when then-PM Mahathir threw open the door of his then-party to Umno frogs in Sabah not long after GE14? Continue reading “Sabah story: Understanding the real context”
Just like countless other non-DAP Malaysians, I too believe that the party’s “Superman” Hew Kuan Yau is racist. Exactly like his former party. Continue reading “DAP Superman lacking in sympathy for the Uighurs?”
Well, at least I didn’t say Wong Chun Wai’s load of bullshit in my post title above.
They just can’t stop politicking, can they, even in the spirit of the season and Christmas goodwill.
Chun Wai’s J-Star column today is titled ‘The storm over Jerusalem’. It’s full of – as I put it mildly in my headline – ‘uncharitable words’ and not to mention passages of pure propaganda. I’ve listed below Chun Wai’s propaganda contained in his Church of the Negativity talk today. Continue reading “Evangelical Christian’s uncharitable words on Christmas eve”
In my preceeding blog post on Thursday, I featured a picture gallery of the many DAP Yang Berhormats who have camped in the mosques/surau.
DAP claims to be secular but they continuously carry out their cheap politicking in places of worship. Worse still, they occupy mosques which are the prayer halls belonging to a religion that is not even their own. Continue reading “Why the Dapsters’ political choice is insupportable”
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”