By Calvin Sankaran
Been a while since I commented…Been too busy putting out fires in my company due to all the restructuring and lay-offs.
Anyway I did notice the fake Helen Ang FB account. Someone used it to post some nasty comments, claiming he was you. I think you should complain to FB and also to MCMC. This is a really serious offence, especially when it is used post highly defamatory comments.
If Maryam Lee believes that the attacks against her are gutter level, she needs to brace herself for worse to come so long as she persists in her #UndiRosak activism.
Continue reading “Dapster mob will continue making life hell for Maryam Lee”
The Pakatun target audience of Life of Annie gutter blog.
Highlights of the PM’s speech – Najib Razak quotes within inverted commas – yesterday addressed to the UN general assembly, below.
[My comments in square brackets]
Prime Minister Najib Razak: “the old ways are proving inadequate to the challenges we face today” [Helen: Why is Umno still employing inadequate old ways when faced with the challenge of Christian evangelism?]
Continue reading “You think Umno will tolak balik atau beransur lagi?”
Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi membangkitkan isu syurga dan neraka terhadap “kumpulan kecil yang hingar bingar” yang didakwanya melakukan kerja-kerja memfitnah.
Berkaitan perkara itu, Zahid berkata kumpulan tersebut, akhirnya akan dihumban ke dalam neraka.
Helen kata: Bagus lah tu. Patut pun. Continue reading “Zahid: Pemfitnah akan dihumban ke dalam neraka”
The ambassador of China’s visit to Chinatown KL the other day would certainly have gotten the silent nod from Beijing. Such a sensitive move could not have been done without being given official green light.
In a follow-up development, China defended the action of His Excellency Huang Huikang – see ‘ “China does not interfere in other countries’ politics”: Foreign Ministry defends ambassador to Malaysia after “racism” comments ‘ (South China Morning Post, 28 Sept 2015).
Just as Ambassador Huang receives the tacit approval of China’s Foreign Ministry, so too the state government of Zhejiang has the tacit approval of Beijing in its crackdown on evangelists Continue reading “China knows what she is doing”
Thank you so very much, Your Excellency.
After the years of rabid harassment and attempted ethnic cleansing by the DAP to deny us of our roots, cultural heritage and blood ties to our motherland, at last the envoy from China has anointed us as bona fide Chinese.
Continue reading “Ambassador settles the question – we ARE Chinese, hooray!”
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The Butcher of Betelham and his excuses, excuses, excuses
Adolph Lim knows that the church is the best way to halalkan the killing of dogs. No Buddhist, Taoist or Hindu temple will endorse and halalkan his actions because of the fear of karma.
Continue reading “Uses of political Christianity to the evangelical party”
They are cheerleading the China ambassador.
Plus, look at some of the things they’ve been saying in the comments section of international publications. Below are reader comments to the Sept 24 story ‘Playing with fire‘ in The Economist. Continue reading “Are the Firsters loyal to Malaysia?”
Sometimes When We Touch is an evergreen song so popular that it has been covered by a host of famous artistes.
These include the gravel-voiced Rod Stewart, the gruff Bonnie Tyler, crooners Barry Manilow and Engelbert Humperdinck, rocker Tina Turner, country singer Tammy Wynette, pop singers Andy Gibb (in a duet with Marie Osmond), Donny Osmond and many others.
However the cover best liked by Dan Hill, who’s the original singer and co-writer of the 1977 ballad, is the version sung by Manny Pacquiao. Continue reading “Sometimes Najib needs to punch”
Lim Guan Eng’s Twitter handle is @cmlimguaneng. His Facebook is https://www.facebook.com/cmlimguaneng.
Both his social media accounts are prefixed with “cm” – chief minister. Continue reading “The mother of all questions: Do the Chinese want to grab political power?”
Lim Kit Siang complains that the international media is portraying the Red Shirts rally as an anti-Chinese demo.
It’s not true, Grandpapa Dapster chides, claiming that there is no conflict between Chinese and Malays.
Yeah, perhaps there isn’t any acute racial conflict. The conflict is religious – with rivalry between the Religion of Love and the Religion of the Federation coming to a head. Continue reading “Nice guys don’t win wars”
The Red Shirts have no idea of environment hazard, chides MCA. Burning effigies in the open aggravates the haze, Ti Lian Ker, the party’s Religious Harmony Bureau chairman admonishes the Umno Kota Bharu pyromaniacs.
Lucky they only set ablaze two – Grandpapa and Papa Dapster – and not three effigies (as Mama was overlooked) or else there would have been more smoke. Furthermore the incineration of Lim Kit Siang, Lim Guan Eng and Hannah Yeoh, even if only in effigy-form, emits really toxic fumes. Continue reading “Open burning of effigies only adds to the haze – MCA”
China built skyscrapers with domestic labour.
Malaysia built tall buildings with foreign labour.
The Chinese in cyberspace today are brave daredevils. Continue reading “Betulkah Red Shirts buat rally nanti?”
The Umno Cheras division chief – below – is correct to say that the DAP’s propaganda is most vile and vicious. And the Dapsters are indeed anti-Malay while the DAP evangelistas are most assuredly anti-Islam.
The PPTA (Parti Paling Tidak Apa) cannot allow this state of affairs to continue, especially when the oppo online operatives are nowadays sneakily masquerading as ‘Malays’ and ‘Muslims’ through faking their cyber IDs.
“Some siap bagi salam bagai!”, added regular commenter ‘islam1st’ – see below. Continue reading “Cyber operatives masquerading as Malay/Muslim Facebookers, commenters”
The evangelistas are everywhere carrying out their smear campaign.
Ever since the creepy Christian was banned from slagging and slandering me in the alpha blogs, he has moved on to dropping his stinking pile of shit in the Malaysiakini comments gutter.
Continue reading “The Creepy Christian slandering Seademon”