My fav political photo is the one of Wee Ka Siong being the only Chinese in Muhyiddin’s cabinet room.
Similarly, this one below is along the same theme of ‘elections have consequences’ for the 95 percent Chinese voters who had backed DAP to the hilt. It is a picture of Malay Big Chiefs pow wow on the day (23 Feb 2020) of the Sheraton Move. Continue reading “My second most favourite photo!”
Now that the dust has settled on parliament, we can do a more concrete ethnic headcount of the MPs.
Perikatan has 113 MPs — see full name list below. Continue reading “MPs: Perikatan 96% Malay-Bumiputera, Harapan 54% Chinese-Indians”
So the MCO is being extended another two weeks. And after that, likely for a further fortnight, and then some.
The Perikatan gomen is visibly running the show while the Harapan government-in-waiting has been banished to a corner where they anxiously wait, twiddling their thumbs and counting off the calendar until parliament should resume its sitting. Continue reading “The new normal is DAP’s irrelevance”
When parliament reconvenes, we’re likely to see the biggest opposition bench in our country’s history. Now there’s one for the Malaysia Book of Records.
And should Mahathir decide to cling on to his disputed chairmanship of Parti Pribumi, then we could also be witnessing the PM and the Opposition Leader both hailing from the same party, hahaha.
In 2018, the DAP with its 42 MPs were awarded altogether 13 ministerial positions — (ministers) Guan Eng, Anthony Loke, Kula, Gobind, Theresa, Bee Yin + (deputies) Nie Ching, Chin Tong, Chieng Jen, Kian Ming, Tengku Zulpuri, Hannah & Steven. That’s a 31 percent rate of reward.
In 2020, the MCA with its mere two MPs were awarded four ministerial positions — (minister) Wee Ka Siong + (deputies) Wee Jeck Seng, Dr Mah Hang Soon & Lim Ban Hong. That’s a 200 percent rate of reward … huhuhuhu !! Continue reading “March 2020 vs May 2018”
The people in the parliamentary constituencies of Jeli, Masjid Tanah, Bagan Serai, Larut, Tasek Gelugor, Tanah Merah, Mersing, Sabak Bernam, Hulu Terengganu, Kudat, Beaufort, Beluran, Libaran and Sipitang all voted for Umno in the last general election.
Their MPs – Mustapa Mohamed, Mas Ermieyati Samsuddin, Noor Azmi Ghazali, Hamzah Zainuddin, Shabudin Yahaya, Hisham Abdul Aziz, Abdul Latiff Ahmad, Mohd Fasiah Mohd Fakeh, Rosol Wahid, Abdul Rahim Bakri, Azizah Mohd Dun, Ronald Kiandee, Zakaria Mohd Edris and Yamani Hafez Musa – however frogged over to Pribumi in the days following 10 May 2018. Continue reading “Umno, PAS have the real numbers”
The main opposition parties want to return the mandate to Malaysian voters — let the rakyat decide. To this purpose, parliament needs to be dissolved and a fresh election held so that the will of the people can prevail.
In a free and fair election, even Papagomo can contest in Muar, and so he should to give Syed ‘soft tissue’ Saddiq a run for his money. Continue reading “Thank Dapsters if we have snap election”
See pie chart below.
The numbers as of today are still tentative but will become clearer after the Agong has interviewed each MP.
Continue reading “DAP now the biggest party in parliament”
Excerpts from an article yesterday titled ‘Obama and Biden: Three Scandals, One Day’ by Julie Kelly.
“The American public often is reminded, usually by Barack Obama, Joe Biden, and their loyalists in the American news media, that Obama’s eight-year reign was ‘scandal-free’.” [Ms Kelly calls bullshit.] Continue reading “Leaders pretending to be squeaky clean & scandal free are actually corrupt liars”
Dapsters have accused Mahathir of making too many U-Turns. The truth is the man never really changed at all.
Crooked bridge, Proton 3.0, toll concessions, Sedition Act, rich Chinese … his ideas remain the same old, same old. It’s a pity that DAP supporters are too kedekut to invest in a copy of the 1969 Malay Dilemma. Continue reading “Tun tak ubah pun”