For The J-Star, one side of the brawl at Low Yat Plaza were the “sales clerks” (Chinese) while the other side were the “thugs” (Malays).
The EvangeliSTAR story – see below – was filed for the MCA paper by Nicholas Cheng, the same Christian reporter who had previously covered the episode of the church cross removal, see ‘J-Star reporter @ Taman Medan: “Who gives you the right to claim this land as Muslim land?”‘ Continue reading “Low Yat suspects called “thugs” five times by The J-Star in short 287-word article” →
Note: I do NOT have any Twitter or Facebook account
Continue reading “Okay, bye … for now” →
The Rubicon is crossed. From now on, it’s confrontation all the way.
1. Only simple majority needed in Parliament
“All that is required to amend the law is a simple majority,” said Gan Ping Sieu (below).
The MCA Syariah Law and Policy Implementation special task force chairman is referring to the Syariah Courts (Criminal) Jurisdiction Act 1965, a federal legislation pertaining to jurisdiction in state law. Continue reading “Why hudud is point of no return for Chinese community” →
This is an important news item – ‘Sarawak DAP to file motion to make Dayak a race‘ (Malaysiakini, 25 Feb 2105)
Soooo SNEAKY … ini antara helah DAP untuk memecah-belahkan bumiputera. Umno masih tidur lena. Continue reading “How to have unity with PAS if Najib suing Harakah?” →
9 Oct 2013
On this date last year, the Malaysian Insider ran a headline about the racial slurs uttered by Umno leaders.
TMI quoted Parti Rakyat Sarawak president James Masing as advising Umno leaders to try to be moderate. The TMI article was written by Elizabeth Zachariah and Desmond Davidson. Continue reading “MCA says Umno sore loser in blaming Chinese” →
MCA calls upon Najib Razak to drop Jamil Khir Baharom from the next Cabinet.
Its chairman of the MCA syariah law & policy implementation special task force, Gan Ping Sieu (pic below), said in a press statement today: “Barisan Nasional does not need a senior Cabinet Minister who behaves like DAP and PAS Continue reading “Aiyoyo, who is MCA to make demands of Najib?” →
Ahli MCA dilarang masuk sebuah kedai makan Cina di Kepong.
Definisi ‘apartheid’ oleh penyokong pembangkang — lihat komen pembaca Malaysiakini, bawah.
“The owner does not want their Klu Klax Klan (sic) members donning their [MCA] uniform to patronise his restaurant … it is fighting the scum of apartheid practices by the MCA.” Continue reading “‘Apartheid’, definisi oleh Dapster” →
Ahli-ahli Parlimen PAS yang digelar “bridge builders” (mesra gereja) oleh orang Kristian berjaya terpilih masuk jawatankuasa pusat parti. Mengikut Anil Netto, seorang penyumbang (contributor) kepada akhbar The Herald, mereka ialah Mujahid Yusof Rawa, Dzulkefly Ahmad, Mohamed Hanipa Maidin dan Khalid Samad.
Geng gereja gembira (GGG) dengan keputusan muktamar yang berpihak kepada pemimpin-pemimpin PAS sama ada yang akrab dengan DAP atau yang suka melawat gereja dan bertandang ke rumah paderi. Continue reading “GGG hasil dari pemilihan PAS” →
Press statement by MCA vice president Gan Ping Sieu on 15 Oct 2013
See below Continue reading “In the name of God, go!” →
Pakatan is telling us that the Prevention of Crime Act (PCA) is actually the ISA reincarnated.
Yet more than a quarter of its MPs failed to turn up in the Dewan Rakyat to block the passing of the bill yesterday/this morning.
Continue reading “23 opposition MPs missing from Parliament” →
Tweet by MCA vice president Gan Ping Sieu yesterday: Continue reading “MCA “treated like shit by Umno”” →
Tweet respons terbaru oleh Gan Ping Sieu:
Continue reading “Saka (dikemaskini)” →
Follow-up post to ‘Hannah Yeoh’s bff got Bung-ed‘.
“Such remarks are uncalled for, no matter who utters them,” said MCA vice president Gan Ping Sieu in response to Bung Moktar Radin’s tweet.
Continue reading ““Don’t be a sore loser,” MCA VP tells Bung Moktar” →
Karpal Singh today got himself a Twitter account as well as an official Facebook. Karpal is one year older than Kit Siang. Continue reading “Karpal Singh steps into Twitterjaya today” →
By now, many dedicated political junkies would have already come across the hand gesture by Hew Kuan Yau, the DAP election publicity chief. The Facebook photo first began circulating in the pro-establishment blogosphere a few days ago. Continue reading “DAP is a Chinese party, period” →
Lihat ‘Lebih 500 orang Facebooker menggemari (‘like’) perbuatan membuli itu‘ (mutakhir, 9.30 malam)
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Pautan Facebook yang dirujuk dalam tajuk sudah dikongsi (‘share’) sebanyak 1,741 kali, termasuk catatan komen berikut:
“i think this bitch will kena rape very soon….. LOL”
mentang-mentang akan dirogol hanya kerana dosa menyokong BN. Continue reading “Super Cyberbullies mahu lihat gadis Cina pro-BN dirogol (updated)” →
Is the MCA Political Education bureau still operational?
Continue reading “MCA preparations to defend Johor” →
Both Gan Ping Sieu and Saifuddin Abdullah are deputy ministers, the former in the Ministry of Youth and Sport, and the latter in the Ministry of Higher Education.
They share a common ground in being considered the rising stars of their respective parties, Continue reading “The difference between Gan Ping Sieu and Saifuddin Abdullah” →
You remember this guy, right?
He’s the “Wow, terribly impressed” Minister. Continue reading “Why MCA men love their jobs” →
Gan Ping Sieu ialah Timbalan Menteri Belia dan Sukan.
Gan Ping Sieu kalah di DUN Mengkibol, Johor dalam pilihanraya umum yang lepas meskipun beliau adalah penyandang jawatan (incumbent).
Continue reading “Menteri MCA “begitu kagum” dengan wartawan Star” →
“Samseng-samseng upahan BN biadab!” kata tweet Hannah Yeoh.
“Samseng-samseng upahan BN” didakwa mengacau ceramah Ubah DAP lewat semalam yang bertema ‘Bersihkan Malaysia’. Continue reading “Pertelingkahan “Teluk Intan Melayu punya”” →