Whatever one feels about Najib’s guilt, he is our former prime minister. That an ex-PM would be sitting in jail is saddening although this sentiment is not to disrespect the verdict of the court. Continue reading “My contemplation as a BN voter on Najib’s jailing” →
… and they’ve got their pound of flesh, will the Derangement Syndrome afflicting Dapsters start abating or will it only intensify further? Continue reading “Now that Najib is in jail…” →
UPDATE: Najib’s conviction is upheld by the Federal Court and his jail sentence begins today. Continue reading “Comparing the Najib, Guan Eng ecosystems” →
There is an asymmetry to Najib and Guan Eng naik turun mahkamah. There is however a symmetry to their judicial ‘fortunes’ on the political calendar. Continue reading “Ubah: How Najib, Guan Eng swapped places” →
DAP protesters carrying rude banners objected to a visit by Najib to the party’s Chinese heartland in Penang.
They decried Najib as “corrupt” and thus not deserving any welcome in the DAP-ruled state. Continue reading “Christian DAP attacks Bossku as immoral” →
When fishing Chinese votes in GE14, Najib Razak must have given at least some thought to the Utusan 2013 front page question ‘Apa Lagi Cina Mahu?’
Utusan believed that masyarakat Cina taksub menyokong parti ekstrem DAP and that Cina Malaysia mempunyai sikap angkuh suka menghina orang Melayu. Continue reading “Tony Pua still continuing his attacks on Najib” →
Marina Mahathir would have often seen her father “viciously attacked” by haters.
Last week, however, was the first time ever that Mahathir saw his daughter attacked at a level “only reserved for people that one deeply hates”. Continue reading “Marina mobbing will have convinced Mahathir that Sheraton a correct move” →
In June 2010, Najib asked Malaysians to suggest some names for the kitten he had acquired on a whim — pix below.
Najib’s spontaneous adoption of the little kittykat triggered DAP and Dapsters to spew their usual vitriol. Continue reading “Najib and his Kiky after a dozen years” →
Urm, perhaps it’s not so much that orang sayang Najib but rather ramai yang benci DAP.
The “I Love PM” paraphernalia is a sign that Umno has switched into election gear. BN’s campaign for GE14, needless to say, is buoyed by the increasing rift between PAS and Pakatan.
Kudos to Joceline Tan for her overview of our present political scenario — another sterling column from her today about how ‘Najib is in a bullish mood’. Since she seems to have covered the bases in her lengthy piece, permit me to tumpang on a smart analysis by the undeniable sifu. Continue reading “‘I love PM’ banners have resurfaced” →
… even when his message is about the flight crew of our Royal Malaysian Air Force all safe, alhamdullilah, after their plane’s emergency landing.
The trolls are mostly Cina DAP (or unless they’re Cina MCA?). They’re really displaying a lot of unalloyed hatred towards Ah Jib Gor. Continue reading “Najib’s Facebook full of jeering trolls” →
BELOW: Last year’s CNY photo … his gong xi clasp was rather clueless. Look at the position of his fingers — wrong.
BELOW: This year’s CNY … much improved.
Continue reading “The PM’s learning curve” →
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:
Rebellions are sparked by a series of little acts of insubordination – Helen Ang reiterating the obvious
Thus far and ever since 2008, the Dapster-evangelista hate mongers have gotten the better of the BN. Continue reading “Was it Najib’s police outriders who were hated on?” →
Jerusubang’s evangelical church movement yesterday labelled the UiTM seminar “a one-sided partisan rant and rave” as well as a “distasteful and disgusting derogatory” activity. Continue reading “Is evangelical body NECF calling No.1 the wicked Pharaoh?” →
Example of a war general
“This is where we hold them; this is where we fight; this is where they die!”
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” →
Tun wrote the following today in Chedet:
“The Prime Minister says it [RM2.6 billion ‘donation’] is for Umno. According to the Societies Act, Umno must report all financial transactions. There is no evidence that it has done so. It is in breach of the Societies Act. Umno was declared illegal in my time. The reasons were hardly serious. Now Umno had not reported and not taken action to recover the money and report to the Registrar of Societies. What does the law say the Registrar should do?”
I don’t see how the Umno warlords can sit on the fence anymore. Continue reading “Tun’s scorched earth: Wants ROS action against Umno?” →
The Dewan Rakyat speaker slammed the opposition for “making noise over Zahid answering on behalf of Najib,” Malaysiakini reported with regard to the proceedings in Parliament this morning.
“If they don’t want to listen to the answer, they can get out,” Speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia was quoted by Malaysiakini as saying just now. Continue reading “Make them walk the plank” →
Zam is hopeful that Nasharudin Mat Isa will be able to convert the J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai “to come to true sense of Malaysian moderation”. See tweet by @ZainudinMaidin below: Continue reading “No hope, no cure lah, Tan Sri” →
Najib’s date with destiny is as a war general.
The fiasco that is Saifuddin Abdullah should be a chastening lesson for Najib Razak that ‘moderation’ backfires.
Saifuddin, in an interview two days ago with Oriental Daily News, said Najib is no longer the moderate and progressive leader that he once knew the latter to be.
According to Si Pudin, his ex-boss changed after being hit by the Chinese tsunami in GE13 Continue reading “A right-wing Najib is better for BN’s chances in GE14” →
Titik pertemuan sudah dijumpai.
For PAS, it is “Islam memartabatkan Melayu”. For Umno, it’s “Melayu memartabatkan Islam”.
Both formulations have their own intrinsic logic. When they’re able to synergize, it will strengthen both the Malays and the Muslims as one holistic force to be reckoned with. Continue reading “Najib will pick PAS over MCA” →
MCA must ask its members and the Chinese community whether they want the party to remain in the ruling coalition.
What’s the point of sticking like a thorn in the flesh when 95 percent of Chinese are against the BN government? Continue reading “Have a referendum – MCA past president urges” →
The Straits Times today reported on a Merdeka Center public opinion survey conducted last August. The Malaysian pollster had last week briefed Singapore financial sector analysts of its result.
In a news item headlined ‘Approval sinks for Malaysian PM Najib’s government’, the Singapore broadsheet quoting Merdeka Center on its findings said:
“Only 5 percent of the significant Chinese minority said they were happy with Datuk Seri Najib’s government. Continue reading “Chinese approval for Najib govt now only 5%” →
The United States describes the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPPA) as “an agreement that puts American workers first and will help middle-class families get ahead”.
Continue reading “TPPA, KLIA and the MCA” →
Al freír de los huevos lo verá. This is Spanish and taken from the famous novel Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes.
It means literally, “You will see it when you go to fry the eggs”. Continue reading “Najib’s photo at the UN” →
During Bersih 4.0, ‘somebody’ was stuffed into a cage and paraded around – see photo below. The cage signified a jail cell and the effigy a disgraced criminal.
This ‘criminal’ was also strung upside down like a slaughtered chicken – see photo below. Continue reading “Merah itu Umno, please own it!” →
The Baju Merah taiko was quoted by the media as saying “Cina babi” is not a slur since after all, the Chinese love eating pork.
Jamal Sekinchan is doing what the sneaky bastards did when they claimed that Bak Kut Teh is not pork. Of course any Chinese would be well aware that BKT is pork just as Jamal is equally aware how offensive the taunt “Cina babi” is. Continue reading “Evangelistas meeting their match in Jamal Sekinchan” →
Basic journalism pivots on the 5W1H questions.
If one were to apply the ‘What, Who, When, Why, Where and How’ questions to the Red Shirts rally, the asker would definitely get himself lost and end up in Confusion Central, what with the thick haze shrouding the Klang Valley these few days. Continue reading “The majority silent because they’re konpius” →
Najib Razak is giving away free lanterns – yellow ones – to the public in celebration of the Chinese mid-autumn festival.
The screen capture below shows Ah Jib Gor’s Facebook page.
Why colour the lantern yellow? Continue reading “Ah Jib Gor and his free yellow lanterns” →
To get its Selangor Menteri Besar post, the DAP will put the party’s Malay candidates in safe Chinese areas to contest GE14. It is guaranteed that the Chinese electorate will vote for these chosen DAP Malays so that they can vie for the MB crown.
BN will also be putting some MCA leaders in areas where the ruling party has traditionally contested. But this time the Malay voters, even those whose heart are still with Umno, will definitely reject the MCA Chinese candidates. Continue reading “Keep 1Malaysia and lose Putrajaya” →
Najib’s 1Malaysia is as muddled as Tun Dol’s Islam Hadhari.
Really dunno why he’s still diligently, dutifully but more rather religiously wearing the 1Malaysia pin daily. Even until today. What a masochist! Continue reading “1strategy to help save Najib” →
Finally, and at long last, the PM has openly acknowledged how destructive and deadly the Dapsters are.
Very slow on the uptake is Najib Razak. Baru sekarang ada hasrat nak ambil tindakan walhal wabak ini sepatutnya dihapuskan sejak dari awal-awal lagi. Continue reading “Najib cannot avoid or delay the necessary war” →
DAP wants to unleash Bersih again.
The Bersih 4.0 rally is “to get Najib out” (see Malaysiakini headline below), i.e. topple the PM who is the head of government. Continue reading “Toppling PM means toppling govt” →
Dear PM’s people
(I mean the locals, not the omputih consultants with vested interests),
The slogan “1Malaysia” is poison now. Nothing positive will come out of it anymore.
When you trot out 1Malaysia, it automatically reminds the rakyat of 1MDB. Continue reading “Scrap 1Malaysia already! It reminds angry M’sians of 1MDB” →
Tan Keng Liang is the Gerakan Youth chief. He’s one of the very first to encounter Aunty Hannah doing her DAP SuperCyber Bully thing.
Oh well, haters like Hannah always gonna hate. Continue reading “The Petty Potato & yesterday’s news in pictures” →
Malays cannot reach any Chinese audience – Utusan only has one percent Chinese readers.
The Christians however are influencing and shaping the Malay mind – a quarter (25 percent) of The J-Star readers are Malay – see http://adqrate.com pie charts below. Continue reading “Is Najib referring to the Muslims or the Christians?” →
Since Najib Razak appears to consider ‘pendatang’ about as offensive as the ‘Nigger’-word, how about replacing it with ‘penjelma’ instead?
Continue reading “Najib: “‘Pendatang’ should never be used to refer to a M’sian”” →
Kumpulan Christians for Peace and Harmony Malaysia (CPHM) dilancarkan perdana menteri semalam. Jamuan evangelista kebangsaan itu diadakan di sebuah hotel lima bintang di Kuala Lumpur. Continue reading “Najib minta Perkasa cuba diam sikit” →
Isma is not invited to the evangelista Peace & Harmony banquet tonight at the Majestic Hotel ballroom. And I know why. Continue reading “Is Najib going to be taken advantage of by the evangelistas?” →
Is Najib Razak going to be patron of the Christians for Peace and Harmony Malaysia like how he’s patron to Saifuddin Abdullah’s Moderates group?
BELOW: Now it’s “Voices” of Peace and Harmony following in the footsteps of the EvangeliSTAR‘s Voices of Moderation Continue reading “Is Najib getting new evangelical Christian consultants?” →
The Prime Minister is embarking on another “desperate times, desperate measures” of desperate public relations.
Below is Najib Razak with Lim Kok Wing University of Creative Technology students.
Prepare for Round #2, folks, Coming Soon to a cinema near you. Continue reading “‘I love PM’ pusingan ke-2” →
You can assume the following trend – which I’m going demonstrate – as one lesson that the BN will be taught in GE14.
1. The silent majority are sorely deprived of a platform for our voice. More than 600 out of some one thousand people are saying, ‘No’, the Rohingya should not be allowed to stay in Malaysia.
That’s what the majority (60 percent) of my poll respondents feel. Continue reading “Harbinger of Malay tsunami in GE14” →
Lim Kok Wing is in the PMO as “special programme coordinator” to the Prime Minister – see the Tan Sri’s purported (if we credit this Insider news report) call card.
Continue reading “Oh look who Najib has taken on board” →
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Excerpt from Liew Chin Tong’s statement on the 11th Malaysia Plan:
(Liew is DAP strategist and MP for Kluang)
Pemandu given too much money
“Najib has Pemandu, Talent Corp, Teraju, UKAS (Public-Private Partnership Unit), and many other new agencies which compete for influence with EPU. In particular, Pemandu has an unjustifiably huge budget to implement the various alphabet soups like NKRAs, NKEAs.” – Liew Chin Tong
Continue reading “Rancangan Malaysia ke-11: Konsultan didahulukan” →
In the mind of the ordinary rakyat, what we call the “government” usually equals the prime minister and his cabinet.
The government however further comprises “the entire federal public service from the highest to the lowest, including of course the police force and the armed forces”, according to Tun Mohamed Suffian Hashim, the late Lord President.
Tun Suffian also stressed that the government, although powerful, must nonetheless conform to the law. Continue reading “Koyak lah when cabinet ministers begin channeling Marina Mahathir” →
“The Home Ministry (Deputy Home Minister Wan Junaidi Jaafar) has said that Malaysia will push back the Rohingya that have arrived in the trawlers. We are waiting to see if Najib has the gumption to stand by his government’s decision,” I posted yesterday.
Only last week (May 14), Wan Junaidi was quoted by Reuters as saying, “I don’t see why we are under pressure. We are doing what we think we should do. We have to consider what our people want to see us doing. They don’t want to see immigrants come into our country”. Continue reading “Najib gomen caves in to pressure” →