BELOW: Lim Guan Eng at his last live debate (with Chua Soi Lek) in July 2012
I’m excerpting below some paragraphs from Joceline Tan’s Dec 1 article. She’s talking about Lim Guan Eng and the internal challenges he successfully fended off.
Nonetheless the lessons drawn by Joceline from Guan Eng’s iron grip on DAP should be made a teaching aid for the Umno president’s men. Continue reading “Better for Najib to be feared than to be loved”
Karma’s a bitch. Lim Guan Eng has his coming.
Double, double toil and trouble
Fire burn and cauldron bubble
BELOW: Photo taken on 31 Oct 2015 Continue reading “Pudin ubah jadi hong dou sha”
A beautiful friendship told through 5 photos…
PAN is Parti Amanah Negara. Its president is Mohamad Sabu. Continue reading “What’s the difference between PAN Malay and DAP Malay?”
Updated (4.04pm): Bloody hypocrite Dapster family! Continue reading “The brutality of Penang”
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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.
Disclaimer: No gory photos, I promise
I have a dog and a cat.
The dog is adopted from PAWS. The cat is picked up from the divider in the middle of a busy road.
Wrt the dog, it was a conscious decision I made to provide a home for a shelter animal rather than buy one from the pet shop or breeder.
BELOW: My dog Continue reading “The issue is the brutality of it all”
Lim Guan Eng slammed the Education and Defence Ministers as lacking maturity and accused Mahdzir Khalid and Hishammuddin Hussein of politicizing Penang’s National Day “Bersih” theme.
He also claimed that both cabinet ministers had misused their authority to “deny the right of Penang to celebrate our country’s Independence together (with the rest of the country)” following the decision of the army and the schools to withdraw from participating in the state’s official celebration on Aug 31. Continue reading “Guan Eng slams Education Minister as “immature””
The first edition of Bersih in November 2007 provided the momentum for the Makkal Sakti wave of March 2008 that led to the opposition winning five states – Kedah, Penang, Perak, Selangor & Kelantan – and sweeping the Federal Territory.
If only FT had a state legislative assembly, then the oppo in GE12 would have won six states or exactly half of the peninsula and mind you, getting the richest and most developed ones with the biggest populations. Continue reading “Bersih 4.0 – The real objective is to attract Malay GE14 votes”
“You will be surprised at how angry ordinary Malaysians are because nothing is being done to get us out of this crisis,” said Bersih 2.0 chairman Maria CHIN Abdullah.
The Dear Leader of North Korea KIM Jong-Un understands that ‘angry’ feeling perfectly. Continue reading “The Dear Leaders Kim Chin declare war”
After a week’s silence, Tun is back swinging and delivering today yet another stinger. He says in Che Det, “Democracy is dead”.
“Democracy is dead” were identically Tun Dr Ismail’s famous words with regard to the aftermath of the May 13 riots. It’s hardly a good omen for Tun Mahathir to resurrect such an evocative phrase that’s so intertwined with our bloody past. Continue reading “Tun has returned, and he exaggerates”
In an interview with Berita Harian on Saturday, Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said segregating children by race through the education system is divisive –
“Mana boleh sebuah negara ada tiga sistem berbeza berdasarkan kaum dan agama yang tiada titik pertemuan. Kita kena ada pendidikan nasional yang melangkaui batasan kaum, agama dan bangsa.”
I’ve warned again and again … and again … and again … about what the evangelistas do to people. Now let’s see what they’ll do next to the ex-PAS Islamists who are the Chinese sheeple’s New Hope. Continue reading “Se-sneaky-sneaky nya tupai melompat …”
Presiden Isma Abdullah Zaik Abd Rahman menyangkal laporan Hak Asasi Manusia 2014 yang dikeluarkan Suaram sebagai “bersifat berat sebelah, prejudis dan tidak boleh diambilkira”.
Mengikut beliau, laporan Suaram “hanya fitnah dan pembohongan” walhal Isma tidak pernah pun mengeluarkan ucapan kebencian.
“… now they are moving towards creating greater public distrust and disgust at everything that was built by the BN government and the Bumiputra agenda.
“Politically speaking, the Peninsular Malays as a whole have completely lost their collective political power Continue reading “Big Cat: “It is a time where chaos will rule””
This morning I blogged ‘Bitter and resentful M’sians should emigrate‘.
I’m not against emigration to Singapore, Western countries or elsewhere. If it makes the emigre happier and provides him a chance for a better life, then by all means bon voyage and may he have success.
When I was in primary school, every annual term would see one or two Chinese classmates not returning to class because they have migrated Continue reading “My seven-year journey and Allah withholding His grace from Hannah Yeoh”
Harakah Daily carried an interview with PAS president Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang on Friday (June 19).
TG Hadi was asked by his party journalist Khairul Azlam Mohamad, “Pada Datuk Seri, status Pakatan Rakyat itu masih wujud?”
Two weeks ago (https://www.change.org to “Save the migrants/asylum-seekers stranded at sea!” Continue reading “What has the Church been doing?”, Tan Zhong Yan initiated a petition at
Azrul Mohd Khalib (pix below) is organizing a ‘Malaysians for Malaysia’ event today to show solidarity with the Community of Praise church in Taman Medan, Petaling Jaya.
The J-Star top story today calls it the “Beacon of Hope church” – Show of support as Taman Medan church holds service.
DAP evangelista politicians turned up to show their support – Seputeh MP Teresa Kok, Segambut MP Lim Lip Eng, Bukit Gasing Adun Rajiv Rishyakaran and PKR’s Petaling Jaya Selatan MP Hee Loy Sian.
Azrul Mohd Khalid and his fellow NGO groupies were also seen at the church.
Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club chairman Shahrir Abdul Samad yesterday declared the support of the ruling party Parliamentarians for BN chairman Najib Razak as well as accused former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad of being too personal Continue reading “Tun is not being personal about Najib”
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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”
Already religious tensions between the Christians and the Muslims are at an all-time high. See below, ‘Muslims oppose churches, Christians oppose mosques’.
This conflict is further compounded by the Hallelujah evangelical politicians controlling the DAP and the serban-dan-jubah clique striving to consolidate their control of PAS.
Then there are wannabes who want Umno to introduce its own ulama wing. Continue reading “Hudud will aggravate Christian-Muslim conflict”
The battery on the left has the Energizer Bunny as its mascot.
The battery on the right has the Duracell Bunny as its mascot.
To serve, one sepak takraw player on the right side of the court throws the ball to his teammate standing in the middle, who then kicks the ball up and over the net.
On Feb 23, PKR’s Selayang MP William Leong Continue reading “Are they playing sepak takraw?”
Uh-huh, think so.
It is entirely possible for a country to Ubah from Muslim majority to Christian majority in the span of a single lifetime. This happened in Nigeria.
At the time of the country’s independence in 1953, a total of 45.3 percent of Nigerians were Muslim and only 21.4 percent Christian. This means that just a little over five decades ago, Muslims in Nigeria were more than double the number of Christians (pie chart here).
Today Nigeria is 48.8 percent Muslim and 49.3 percent Christian. Muslims are outnumbered by Christians Continue reading “Next 38 months will determine future shape of Islam in Malaysia”
Lim Kit Siang has accused Permatang Pauh Umno division chairman Mohd Zaidi Mohd Said of making an “extremist and incendiary hate speech” and engaging in “Chinese-bashing” at the party’s recent general assembly.
The DAP Mursyidul Am claimed that the Penang delegate had “seriously undermined interracial and inter-religious peace and harmony in the country with his hate speech that the success of Penang was because of the illegal businesses and crimes ‘in broad daylight’ committed by the Chinese in the state”.
The Muslim NGOs, including Isma, are earnest that Islam is under threat in Malaysia. The DAP evangelistas are equally adamant that it is not. Continue reading “Yahudi Yeohs, bible burning and the threat to Islam”
Dr Mahathir Mohammad is worried that attacks against the ummah have become ever stronger.
“[Muslims tend to] believe that our absolute monarchs and strongman governments would not be affected” by revolutionary minorities, Dr Mahathir said yesterday.
Nonetheless he warned against harbouring such complacency because the reality is “minorities can actually overthrow the government”. Continue reading “Tun: “The minorities can actually overthrow the govt””
1. Lim Kit Siang highlighted how Najib Razak’s Global Movement of Moderates proposal was praised during the APEC foreign ministers meeting in Beijing a couple of days ago.
2. Kit Siang also recalled how the GMM was germinated during Najib’s maiden speech at the UN general assembly in September 2010. Continue reading “Kit Siang is now Najib’s no.1 fan”
Plans are afoot to remove Najib Razak by the Umno conservatives, it is whispered. Influential international business magazine The Economist reported a few days ago that:
“With a general election still four years away, the prime minister faces a threat from within his own party, notably from conservative factions close to Dr Mahathir, who still pulls strings from the wings. Whispers abound that an effort to unseat Mr Najib is imminent. Continue reading “Issues that Tun and Najib don’t see eye to eye”
Baguslah tu. Amar makruf nahi mungkar. Continue reading “PAS mungkin tolak jawatan Timb. Speaker Selangor”
Ada cara untuk membetulkan bendera kebangsaan kita yang diterbalikkan oleh bebudak berambut warna perang ini.
Mereka-mereka ini lulusan Sekolah Demokrasi DAP, kot. Continue reading “Sekolah Demokrasi DAP”
Malaysia practises the separation of powers. Nancy Shukri (pix below) as an MP is an elected member of the legislature and, as a cabinet minister, is a member of the executive.
On the other hand, the high office of the Attorney-General is provided for under Article 145 of the Federal Constitution.
So why are the Yahudi Yeohs demanding that Nancy interfere with the AG ‘s job? Continue reading “Why Guan Eng slam Nancy? AG does not answer to BN lah”
Dark spirits are whiskey, brandy, scotch and bourbon. Clear spirits are vodka, gin, rum and tequila.
Happy spirits refer to the drinks selection available at stores selling liquor and in watering holes such as pubs, clubs and bars.
Holey spirit refers to DAP evangelistas whose stories are so full of holes that you must be real drunk on J-Juice to believe them. Continue reading “Ah Jib Gor and the Chinese happy spirits”
Either you are with us or against us, MCA
Reader tebing tinggi commented @ 2014/10/09 at 6:37 pm,
“Lim Guan Eng was quoted as saying yesterday, ‘either you are with us or against us’ in reference to those PAS members who spoke against DAP.
“I wonder when Umno and its president will say this to [the] MCA and Gerakan leadership.” Continue reading “J-Star action smacks of sedition”
Earlier we had Idris Jala’s ETP twit referring to Najib Razak as the “former Prime Minister”.
Now it is Malaysiakini that made the same slip of the tongue by calling Najib “the opposition leader” – see screenshot below. Continue reading “Najib the “opposition leader” now – Malaysiakini pula yang buat typo”
“Saya hairan, apa lagi yang DAP tidak puas hati kepada PAS dalam isu perlantikan Menteri Besar Selangor yang baharu.
“Kenyataan setiausaha agung DAP Lim Guan Eng semalam yang melabel empat exco Selangor sebagai pengkhianat, dalam keadaan Sultan Selangor telahpun menamakan menteri besar baharu, adalah tidak wajar.
Some of you may still recall Hannah Yeoh was tweeting – on the morning of 1hb Syawal about a month-and-a-half ago – about her cruise around Subang during Aidil Fitri in search of food. She ate a meal of dry Bak Kut Teh.
However when she later sought to explain the food craving that prompted her drive-about in Subang, she tweeted instead an Instagram of chicken rendang and ketupat. Continue reading “DAP already UBAH Sabah and Sarawak”
Dalam kes berkaitan bajungu, pucuk pimpinan DAP ketara menunjukkan “tindakan angkuh samseng yang sangat tidak wajar”, kata Isma.
Menurut Abdul Rahman Mat Dali, naib presiden NGO Islam itu:
“Ketika menonton video klip di media baru ini, saya terkejut, kecewa dan geram melihat aksi Ketua Menteri bernama Lim Guan Eng. Belum pernah saya dengar atau lihat seorang yang memegang kedudukan rasmi pemimpin negeri bertindak ala samseng Continue reading “Isma: DAP perangai macam Yahudi!”
The Penang chief minister has rallied to the defence of his bajungu by declaring that thanks to the Purple Shirts patrol, his state is the safest in Malaysia.
In a press statement today, Lim Guan Eng confers on Penang the unofficial status of “safest”.
His claim is highly suspect. In fact and to the contrary, Penang is the ethnic hotspot where conflict is most likely to erupt into sectarian violence. Continue reading “Guan Eng wants a fight with the police”
Yesterday on our National Day, 155 bajungu were arrested by police in Penang. The bajungu or Purple Shirts are reportedly a 10,000-strong vigilante force.
What motivated Penang to create this extralegal force when the other states do not have as such? Continue reading “Lim Guan Eng “seething with anger””
A teacher teaches, a tutor tutors, a lecturer lectures.
A reporter reports, an editor edits, a novelist writes novels. Continue reading “Politicking 24/7”
The PKR kangaroo court has just sentenced Khalid Ibrahim in absentia.
Our Menteri Besar is sacked by his party. (By “our”, I’m speaking as an anak jati Selangor – born here, residing here and voted here in past elections.) This move is the prelude to ousting TS Khalid from his MB post.
In order to push their ouster of him, PKR, DAP and their supporters have unforgivably fitnah the man. It is despicable but not unsurprising the kind of lies that they can concoct.
Its Chief Minister says Penang enjoys “religious harmony”.