Posts tagged ‘Lim Kit Siang’
1. There’s a saying, Durian dengan mentimun, menggolek rosak, kena golek binasa. This is the situation facing the Chinese minority in Malaysia. In our case, the Chinese are of course the metaphorical cucumber. Malays are the buah durian.
Penduduk Permatang Pauh banyak disusahkan.
Ding dong ding dong kawasan mereka disepak umpama bola yang melantun di antara si suami dan si isteri. (more…)
Penang DAP will be donating RM10,000 worth of relief supplies to Kelantanese affected by the flood. The items will be handed over by a Penang DAP team flying to Kota Bharu tomorrow.
The hantaran committee comprises party state chairman Chow Kon Yeow, DAP exco Lim Hock Seng, secretary Lim Hooi Ying (Guan Eng’s younger sister, in green ‘Ubah’ T-shirt – pix above), bajungu boss Phee Boon Poh and Grandpa Dapster Lim Kit Siang.
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 (more…)
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. (more…)
Lim Kit Siang capitalized on Jais’ return of the confiscated ‘Allah’ Bibles by urging moderation in the mould of Najib Razak’s Global Movement of Moderates - CEO Saifuddin Abdullah and board trustee Wong Chun Wai (pix below).