The Malaysian Insider today published yet another op-ed saying:
“Religious tension was raised several notches over the past weeks by Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia’s (Isma) Chinese-bashing statements, as well as a seminar held in Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) earlier this month at which speakers demonised Christianity.”
Akaun Twitter @najibrazak sedang following 138 orang selebriti termasuklah pemimpin-pemimpin negara jiran seperti Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Lee Hsien Loong, Yingluck Shinawatra beserta Barack Obama, David Cameron, dll.
Di kalangan pemimpin tempatan yang diikuti @najibrazak di Twitter ialah rakan-rakan kabinet beliau seperti Muhyiddin Yassin, G. Palanivel, Idris Jala, Abdul Rahman Dahlan dan @Khairykj(Minister of Youth & Sports; MP for Rembau; Leader of BN & Umno Youth; Papa to Cougar & Puma; office mate to @reginalah). Continue reading “Tinjauan terbaru Merdeka Center terhadap populariti BN”→
In her very first paragraph, Jeswan already strikes the Pakatan standard note. She accuses: “Even in the face of a heartbreaking crisis, the Malaysian government could not let go of its insatiable hunger for politicking.”
‘Islam under threat, says Dr M‘ is the headline carried yesterday in FMT. “No more respect for Islam,” Dr Mahathir Mohamad is reported as telling a press conference held at the International Islamic University in Gombak.
“Suddenly they come up with this idea that they should call their god Allah as well,” the news portal quoted Dr Mahathir as saying.
Lim Kit Siang’s press statement today is titled ‘Call on new MCA leaders like Liow Tiong Lai and Wee Ka Siong not to be xioren 小人 but dare to speak truth to power by declaring that Teresa Kok’s video is not anti-Malay, anti-Islam and anti-royalty’.
Lim Kit Siang’s press statement today is titled ‘It is not Teresa Kok who should apologise for her ‘Onederful Malaysia’ as nobody could prove the video is anti-Malay, anti-Islam and anti-Royalty but Abdul Rahman Dahlan who must apologise for his racist tweets which showed he is not Minister for all Malaysians’.
“Apapun nampaknya Anwar bergerak pantas menyelesaikan masalah krisis kerajaan negeri dan jika berjaya beliau akan keluar dengan imej yang lebih besar dan lebih terhormat berbanding dengan Najib yang bergerak seperti kura-kuradari satu krisis ke satu krisis dengan mengharapkan kekuatan dari satu kemaafan ke satu kemaafan, dari menangguhkan satu masalah ke satu masalah.” — bekas ketua pengarang Utusan Zainuddin Maidin Continue reading “Percaturan Anwar di Kajang ada kaitan dengan isu Allah”→
Lim Kit Siang wrote his 3rd open letter to Najib Razak today. It has the long-winded title, ‘PR’s patriotic olive branch to PM and BN – to love and save Malaysia to preserve and promote unity, harmony and tolerance and ban spectre of May 13 to cobwebs of history’.
Lim Kit Siang and his son Lim Guan Eng both issued separate press statements yesterday.
Kit Siang complains that in the past four years, he has been “repeatedly accused of being a communist by Umno cybertroopers on the Internet”. Well, the accusations by the Malay bloggers are wrong. DAP is not communist. DAP 3.0 today is a capitalist party.
When I posted my hypothesis that it would be a good tactical move of the DAP to field an Indian candidate in a Chinese-majority area, I had based it on an announcement made by Johor DAP chairman Dr Boo Cheng Hau.
Admitting that the failure to elect Malay candidates is “a setback to the DAP cause to represent all Malaysians”, Lim Kit Siang gave the following excuse.
“It has always been an uphill task for the DAP to reach out to the Malays, with the Umno and its mainstream media carrying out a sustained campaign to poison the minds of the Malays and demonise the DAP as anti-Malay and anti-Islam.”
So you see, the Malays failed to do well in the DAP election because the party has been unable to reach out to the Malays to persuade them to become DAP members who can vote their own Malay delegates who get to vote for the 20-member CEC.
Sebuah persidangan anjuran Yayasan 1Malaysia bersama ISIS kelmarin menampilkan Khairy Jamaluddin dan Teo Nie Ching antara lainnya sebagai penceramah. Kedua-dua Ahli Parlimen tersebut telah membincangkan cara-cara untuk mewujudkan perpaduan nasional.
Khairy mengemukakan cadangan supaya diadakan satu sistem persekolahan bersepadu.
Posting saya semalam menyoal apa prinsip perjuangan DAP memandangkan Umno, MCA dan MIC masing-masing ada ‘Malay’, ‘Chinese’ dan ‘Indian’ dalam nama organisasi sementara PAS ada ‘Islam’.
Jawapan telah diberikan saya oleh seorang pembaca menggunakan nama samaran ‘Melon Ang’ (sebenarnya gelaran ‘melon’ itu bermaksud untuk mengumpat dan dialih bahasa daripada loghat Cina tetapi tak apalah, kita sudahpun masak dengan kerenah puak DAP ini).