Dr Chandra Muzaffar wrote yesterday:
“It is obvious that the attempt to oust Mukhriz has nothing to do with his governance. Nor does it accord with democratic principles. It appears to be a mischievous move aimed at helping someone tighten his grip over power — to the detriment of the people.”
Dr Chandra’s article appeared in the Yayasan 1Malaysia website. He is the chairman of the 1Malaysia Foundation — which is Najib’s spiritual home, so to speak. Continue reading “Little hand grenades exploding in the house”
There are 191 Umno divisions nationwide. Under these divisions are 21,245 currently active branches.
Umno divisions are present in every state except Sarawak:
Personally, I think MCA vice president Chew Mei Fun looks good – awet muda – for her age (she’s past 50).
She is quite the sweet Girl Next Door in her Kajang by-election poster last year – see below.
Continue reading “What should the Malays do with MCA?”
“Sokongan jenis ini disulami kata-kata manis yang mengasyikkan, membuai pemimpin dengan mimpi-mimpi indah walhal keadaan sebenar lebih mirip mimpi ngeri. Ini merbahaya bagi pemimpin …”, kata Mukhriz Mahathir ketika merasmikan mesyuarat Umno bahagian Jerlun yang turut dihadiri tetamu kehormat khas YAB Perdana Menteri.
Continue reading “Mukhriz: Awasi sokongan yang membawa rebah”
The pro-Christian “news” portal Malaysian Insider is going full tilt against the Tun. Continue reading “About the “Najib’s head will roll” rumour mill”
Ahli Majlis Tertinggi yang dilantik adalah:
The J-Star yesterday reported ‘Loh Seng Kok blasts Mukhriz for accusing MCA of being racist‘.
For those of you unacquainted with his name, Loh Seng Kok is the MCA publicity chief. He is also an evangelista.
Yup, MCA has evangelistas too although not in the same overwhelming numbers as the DAP. Thankfully these Christian fanatics have yet to Continue reading “Does the J-Star hate Islam?”
Kalau meletakkan objek pujaan sebagai dewi maksum tanpa dinilai pencapaian, itu pengikut ‘cult’ namanya.
Continue reading “Pakatan punya lah ramai pengikut ‘personality cult’”