Chinese new year brings us many glad tidings.
First off, there is the good news materializing on March 15 – Papa Dapster’s date with destiny. On that auspicious date, Lim Guan Eng will have to present himself in court for his corruption trial. I can’t wait for the verdict. Continue reading “The best CNY ever!” →
I don’t see DAP losing Penang in the coming general election. What I do see, however, is Penangites becoming more and more like North Koreans in their Dear Leader and ‘All Hail the Party’ cult. To them, DAP can do no wrong and will be defended at all costs.
A hill-slope landslide on the island at a construction site in Tanjung Bungah killed 11 workers Saturday. Eleven people perished but the Penang government still can simply dismiss the matter. “Work site accidents happen almost every single day, so imagine if ministers have to resign because of them,” said the DAP Penang chairman, Continue reading “When will more Penangites start questioning their state gomen?” →
BELOW: Lim Guan Eng at his last live debate (with Chua Soi Lek) in July 2012
Continue reading “Dear Dodgy Leader wants ARD to hurry up” →
Raja Petra Kamarudin asks in his No Holds Barred column headline today, ‘Who was Lim Guan Eng’s grandfather?’
“Was he a pork seller? Was he a vegetable farmer? Was he a labourer? Or was he a Kapitan China in Melaka?”
Answer: Guan Eng’s grandfather was an “agriculture technician” who worked on a pig farm Continue reading “Raja Petra: “Who was Lim Guan Eng’s grandfather?”” →
A reader ‘anakmelayu’ commented @ 2015/04/18 at 9:12 pm: “Truly disgusting … I just can’t fathom why they choose to eat these kinds of things? Yucks!!” on my post ‘Half a dozen Chinese restaurants closed after dog meat found in kitchen‘.
I believe the Chinese eat dog and cat because they’re “easily confused” when one thing closely resembles another, for example because a cat can sometimes look like roast chicken.
Barbie and Ken
Paris Hilton and Jho Low
Guan Eng and Cat
Cat and Roast Chicken
Roast Dog and Roast Pig
Church and Chicken
Hannah and Chameleon
The fourth precept of Buddhism is to have respect for Truth.
Continue reading “Guan Eng: “monkeys in the zoo”” →
If anyone is curious as to when I first began to be sceptical of the opposition, the milestone is actually time-stamped.
Kg Buah Pala made me realise how the other races would be treated if the evangelist-dominated DAP came to power. Continue reading “The turning point for me personally” →
On the heels of Anwar’s luxury tour bus are rolling the ‘Ubah Dream Machines’, as these DAP evangelical campaign vehicles have been dubbed.
The Guan Eng travelling circus was recently launched to take their portable stage (see photo No.4 below) and Tokong paraphernalia (photo No.5 — the altar) cross country. Continue reading “Coming to your neighbourhood: ‘Ubah Dream Machine’ or nightmare?” →
Cheah Yee Ling is an intern at DAP headquarters who suddenly found herself with an audience of 50,000 courtesy of a retweet by Hannah Yeoh.
Inasmuch as Cheah Yee Ling complains in her tweet about “blood pressure is rising” due to the “much rubbish” printed in Utusan, the reverse is also true. Insolent and cocky comments by DAPsters do not make some of us feel very zen either. Continue reading “Cockiness is contagious: Big Tokong sprouting little tokongs” →