Lim Kit Siang earlier banged his gong that the gomen’s Chinese New Year SOP is no good — see below. Continue reading “SOP for CNY: Why Guan Eng so sibuk when he’s not Chinese”
On 16 Feb 2011, Mahathir wrote:
“… apa yang keluar dari bibir Nik Aziz sebagai tujuan hidupnya ialah untuk memenangi pilihanraya dan menjadi pemerintah bersama DAP dan PKR. Untuk ini Nik Aziz secara terbuka sanggup mengkafirkan orang Islam Umno, bersedia untuk bekerjasama dengan syaitan untuk menjayakan perjuangannya, bekerjasama dengan orang yang menolak perjuangannya untuk mendirikan negara Islam ala PAS, mempertahankan pendapat tokoh bukan Islam supaya orang Islam longgarkan pegangan mereka kepada ajaran agama Islam”.
The Malay grassroots will always reject DAP. Their rejection is non negotiable and Umno leaders will not dare to go against the will of the Malay ground on this — see latest news reports tweeted below.
The Chinese polity, on the other hand, are lemmings prepared to dance to the DAP’s moronic Multi-Kulti (Multiculturalism and Diversity) tune … spinning round and round in pointless circles.
Its current lockdown may result in 20,000 British pubs closing permanently as a consequence of the Covid restrictions. This 20k estimate on the ‘death toll’ was given a few days ago (Oct 15) by Patrick Dardis, the CEO of Young’s brewery that operates 300 pubs in the UK.
London began clamping down on pubs yesterday as the city went into Tier 2 Covid restrictions. Earlier on Wednesday (Oct 14), Prime Minister Boris Johnson had ordered pubs in Liverpool to close. Continue reading “Good news for PAS from London”
From news reports the last 48 hours, our evolving political landscape appears to be along the scenario outlined below:
(1) Anwar is now under police scrutiny and will be kept busy fending off questioning by the authorities
(2) Umno politburo wants to renegotiate terms of party participation in the Perikatan government and Muhyiddin is listening
(3) Anwar’s Le Meridien Move provided the springboard for Umno to leverage Continue reading “Anwar got punk’d”
Who is DAP willing to climb into bed with to regain federal power? Well, everybody and anybody apparently, with only the exception of Najib.
DAP has been turning so many cartwheels that their konpius followers punya kepala pun sudah pusing. Continue reading “DAP desperados trying to backflip their return to Putrajaya”
In his presser at Le Meridien just now, Anwar claimed his MPs “mencecah 120” but did not reveal names.
Of the Harapan parties, DAP has 41 non-Malay, non-Muslim MPs while PKR itself has 17 Nons. Continue reading “Does Anwar really have Malay Muslim MPs outnumbering Nons?”
Teguran mantan Perdana Menteri Najib Razak terhadap Ahli Parlimen DAP Batu Kawan yang seolah-olah menyanggah usaha kerajaan untuk mengawal sempadan negara, adalah tepat mengena.
Hanya dua orang PATI yang positif Covid sahaja sudah mampu menyebabkan ribuan orang dijangkit, kata Najib. Justeru itu, sekarang “bukan masa untuk Pakatan Harapan menghasut rakyat dengan membangkang dari longkang”, tambah beliau lagi. Continue reading “Bukan masa untuk menghasut “dengan membangkang dari longkang” — Najib”
Umno deputy president Tok Mat presented a clear-eyed appraisal of the future of his party. READ ‘Kerjasama Politik (dengan Bersatu) Tidak Menguntungkan‘.
His prescription for what Umno must do next is spot on. Continue reading “Mat Hasan’s political instincts are accurate”
In my previous post, I pinpointed The Washington Post as one particular American media hosting the biggest base of Trump haters — largely because WaPo allows a free-for-all comment section.
Other notable media suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) are New York Times, The Guardian and CNN. Continue reading “The Dapsters’ evil twin”
Their consistent 95 percent vote share for DAP shows the Chinese electorate do not want any other party.
Chinese Sabahans gave 94 percent of their vote to DAP and its Warisan allies, also causing the MCA Sabah chairman to lose his deposit in the recent state election.
The Chinese community want to have their cake and eat it too. Although they thoroughly rejected Perikatan, yet they still expected the new state government to appoint unelected Chinese as Sabah cabinet ministers. Continue reading “Besides their beloved DAP, what else do Chinese voters want?”
Bersatu’s 11 Aduns in Sabah are able to check and balance Umno’s 14 Aduns.
Cina DAP, on the other hand, are unstoppable within the Chinese community. Nine Chinese candidates from DAP and its partner parties won seats in the Sabah DUN compared to only one Chinese Adun aligned to Perikatan. The 95:5 electoral support ratio does not permit any check and balance. Continue reading “Umno, Bersatu, DAP triangulation and strangulation”
Sabah MCA chief Lu Yen Tung lost his deposit in the recent state election, as did his roundly defeated party colleague Chang Kee Ying.
Both the honorary life president of LDP as well as the LDP president, Chong Kah Kiat and Chin Su Phin respectively, forfeited their deposits too. LDP is an established party of some 30 years standing and formerly a part of the BN.
SAPP vice president bellwether 2020 election. SAPP is aligned with Perikatan. Continue reading “Chinese voters buy into DAP’s all-or-nothing gameplan”
Dapsters have been arguing that the DAP political side should rule Sabah because Shafie Apdal leads the state’s biggest single party.
In the Sabah 2020 election, Shafie’s party Warisan won 23 seats. With its partners’ – DAP (6), PKR (2), Upko (1) – contribution of nine seats, Warisan-Plus has a total of 32 seats. Continue reading “Idea of one largest single party (DAP) calling the shots”
Chinese support for DAP remains rock solid.
No amount of postmortem by MCA can help the party resuscitate a lifeless corpse. The angry Chinese mood against BN is implacable.
MCA should allow the Chinese to deservingly get the government they voted for. Because elections have consequences. Continue reading “MCA sudah boleh gulung tikar”
In Sabah, bringing YBs safely home is like herding cats — not easy (see one-minute video below).
I have my own skeptical take on this latest development of Harapan trying to reverse engineer the Sheraton Move with its Le Meridien Move but I’m not going to voice my innermost suspicions just yet. (The forever PM-in-waiting held his conference at noon in the Le Meridien Hotel.)
For the moment, I just want to remind the hopeful Cina DAP not to forget how many twists and turns the Sheraton shuffle took. Anwar‘s announcement today – ‘without evidence’ – of his purported new Harapan parliamentary majority holds unexpected twists and turns to come too, and I daresay a nasty shock for Cina DAP at its conclusion. Continue reading “You will regret going nuclear, Harapan”
The AJ+ channel has uploaded to the Al Jazeera Facebook a new short video titled ‘China’s Imprisoned One Million Uighur Muslims’. This is the link — https://web.facebook.com/ajplusenglish/videos/330371394874173/ Continue reading “Al Jazeera’s new 10-minute documentary / 10-point backgrounder on Uighurs”
Sabah will be holding its state election in a week’s time. Let us wait and see.
In the rest of the country, Harapan heads the government in three states — Negeri Sembilan, Selangor and Penang.
The three tables below from Wikipedia show the opposition Aduns in these states. All the YBs are Malay with a sole exception of MIC’s Manickam Letchuman in Negeri. Continue reading “Bullying and breaking point”
Ustaz Nik Zawawi Salleh who is Ketua Dewan Ulama PAS spoke today at his party muktamar in Kelantan; the text of his keynote address (in Jawi) delivered at the gathering themed ‘Ulama Perteguh Muafakat’.
The evangelical party is champion at playing the victim card.
They whinge that they’re always being made political scapegoats. Not only that, DAP also projects that the widespread public hatred directed at their party is one and the same as purported hatred for the Chinese community by pro-government people. Continue reading “Chinese must stop being fooled by DAP”