Posted in CLUELESS

Chinese cinemagoers don’t want raja kita selamat bertaktha, meh?

Under the National Anthem Act 1968, a person who shows disrespect towards Negaraku in a public place can be fined up to RM100 and/or jailed a maximum of one month.

There is also Section 268 on ‘Public Nuisance’ in the Penal Code which criminalises the causing of “annoyance to the public”. The person can be hauled to court and if found guilty, fined up to RM400. Continue reading “Chinese cinemagoers don’t want raja kita selamat bertaktha, meh?”

Posted in Waaaah... impressed

Negaraku majority Chinese

Negaraku is a “people’s movement to reclaim our nation” that was launched yesterday.

The coalition of NGOs have named themselves after our national anthem. Even the name of our lagu kebangsaan also they want to grab and cause confusion to the public.

Since they call themselves the “people’s movement”, let’s see who these people are. Continue reading “Negaraku majority Chinese”