Najib Razak only gave Himpunan Merah a belated and light pat on the back AFTER the event had proven successful … defying expectations and confounding critics.
Earlier, few among the Umno top leadership would come anywhere near the Baju Merah because of the Chinese opposition’s effective demonization of the Malay neo-nationalist movement. The black agitprop was carried out by the (slick turn the other check pretend they love their enemy hypocrite phony) pro-opposition media.
Continue reading “Right-wing trend — an analysis for Jamal Sekinchan’s party bosses”
Orangkampung replies to my 10 questions for Umno. I hope that someone in the PMO will take note of the answer to Q.7.
1. Is Umno even the least interested in “spearheading and galvanizing” the Malays to combat DAP Continue reading “DAP dah tolak Umno kena ansur lah”
Malaysia practises the separation of powers. Nancy Shukri (pix below) as an MP is an elected member of the legislature and, as a cabinet minister, is a member of the executive.
On the other hand, the high office of the Attorney-General is provided for under Article 145 of the Federal Constitution.
So why are the Yahudi Yeohs demanding that Nancy interfere with the AG ‘s job? Continue reading “Why Guan Eng slam Nancy? AG does not answer to BN lah”
In his speech at the MCA general assembly, Najib Razak gave the delegates an assurance that the Chinese education stream would not be disturbed.
However the BN chairman added one caveat. He said to the BN’s anchor Chinese party members that they all have to make an effort to learn our country’s national language. Continue reading “Why Ah Jib Gor must learn Mandarin”
It is not the fault of Najib Razak or Umno or BN or Putrajaya that flight MH370 went missing.
And although there were admittedly a few shortcomings in the way the authorities handled the matter, still there is not much more that Najib, Umno, the BN, Putrajaya and MAS could have done to placate the Chinese families.
Continue reading “MH370 crisis: Putrajaya must urgently rethink its relationship with MCA”
Aliran ialah NGO berdaftar di Pulau Pinang.
Penang Institute ialah think-tank (badan pemikir) bagi kerajaan negeri. Pengerusi dan CEO Penang Institute ialah Lim Guan Eng dan Zairil Khir Johari masing-masing. Pegawai eksekutif kanannya ialah Steven Sim Chee Keong, iaitu Ahli Parlimen DAP Bukit Mertajam.
Continue reading ““Nenek rasis” dan apa kaitan Aliran dengan DAP?”
Kerana orang Cina rajin sakan, gigih dan penuh ikhtiar.
Wanita muda berbaju kurung dalam gambar ialah Wong Shu Qi, Adun DAP Senai. Beliau sendiri telah turun padang untuk mendaftar pengundi baru.
Shu Qi membuka kaunter di kaki lima dengan hanya berbekalkan dua meja plastik dan beberapa buah kerusi jenis yang digunakan di warong ataupun kopitiam. Continue reading “Sebabnya DAP boleh mencabar dan menggugat Umno”
I’ve copypasted in full below the BBC analysis of Monday’s ‘Allah’ verdict by the Court of Appeal.
By Jennifer Pak (BBC News, Kuala Lumpur)
“The verdict does not come as a surprise to the two million Christians in Malaysia. Many of them believe that the case stems from a tight race between the governing Malay-Muslim party, UMNO, and the opposition Islamic party, PAS.
The Allah ban is seen as an attempt by UMNO to boost its Islamic credentials Continue reading “Kalimah Allah: Orang Melayu tidakkah geram dengan Parti Paling Tidak Apa itu?”