I do not expect the DAP’s Lambs of God to personally take Rohingya street children into their home to shelter, feed and clothe the brats.
All I’m asking is whether their party has any policy or five-year plan regarding the more than 200,000 Rohingya now living here. Continue reading “Stateless in Selayang”
“In Pakatan Harapan’s brief tenure in the federal government, former prime minister (twice) Dr Mahathir Mohamad publicly castrated Lim Guan Eng, when he said that Lim had to run everything through him before he made any important decisions” wrote Thayaparan in his Malaysiakini column yesterday. Continue reading ““Mahathir Mohamad publicly castrated Lim Guan Eng” — Thayaparan (Malaysiakini)”
There are 28 state seats in Malacca. PAS contested only eight of them in the election two days ago (see table below). Continue reading “Patrick and Michael must have got Malay votes”
Lim Kit Siang has denied that the MoU signed with the Malay (and similarly apartheid?) “backdoor” government is a betrayal of his party’s principles. Continue reading “Kit Siang digging deeper hole in ‘apartheid’ issue”
In early 2009, YB Hee Yit Foong decided she was going to be “friendly” to BN Perak.
Hee had won her Jelapang state seat on a DAP ticket upon the basis of the Pakatan Rakyat mandate.
BELOW: That’s Hee Yit Foong’s photo placed on the floor to be stepped on by DAP members Continue reading “Perak: Now Mahathir can say ‘Cina mudah lupa’”
Aspirational politics: Selling HOPE to brainwashed party supporters
BELOW: Perak DAP chairman David Nga Kor Ming said yesterday that his party is ready and most willing to sleep with Umno to form the state government “in the interest of the rakyat” Continue reading “About that cheap bungalow without a swimming pool in Perak”
The fourth precept of Buddhism is to have respect for Truth.
Continue reading “Guan Eng: “monkeys in the zoo””
Bayangkan. Kalau atas apa-apa kejadian yang tidak dingini Tuan Guru Hadi Awang tidak dapat melaksanakan tugasnya sebagai Presiden … maka timbul kemungkinan Continue reading “Poyo”