SPDP (Sarawak MP) is open minded about RUU355. See, http://www.bangkit.info/2016/11/datuk-seri-tiong-king-sing-sokong.html
The J-Star last week carried a table on how Members of Parliament are likely to vote on Hadi Awang’s proposed amendments to t he Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act.
The private member’s bill submitted by Hadi Awang is popularly referred to by its Malay acronym as RUU355.
The infographic produced by the MCA paper – screenshot below – was crafted to mislead the public.
Continue reading “Sneaky Star’s misleading info box on RUU355” →
Remember the grand total of 10 tweets in the
J-Star official Twitter timeline when Hannah Yeoh was appointed Selangor Speaker?
But it is zero tweets by the
J-Star about DAP Penang’s scandal-ridden Adun whacking her father in the story uploaded by the news portal early this morning.
Continue reading “Pecah tembelang dah” →
Sampai timbalan presiden MCA pun turun gelanggang untuk menghentam Ridhuan Tee yang sekadar bertugas sebagai pensyarah. Tak ngam seorang berpangkat tinggi mahu belasah individu yang jauh lebih rendah darjatnya berbanding beliau yang bergelar Pak Menteri.
Nyata MCA bukan gajah yang mampu berjuang sama gajah (DAP). Bagi MCA, berjaya menginjak seekor
cengkeding pun jadi lah. Continue reading “Ridhuan Tee and MCA’s Stockholm syndrome” →
“The Chinese press,
, which literally campaigned for the DAP now has an estranged relationship with the state government,” wrote Wong Chun Wai in his in the 2013 general election . J-Star column yesterday
Continue reading “Pot. Kettle.” →
Update: The big-headed and fraudulent Protun blog should be better described as a hate site.
Its comment space is now dominated by Dapsters and haters who use it as a platform of spread their black propaganda and anti-Najib, anti-government lies.
Continue reading “Imposter’s Acc. terminated / Protun in cahoots with Chinese ultra” →
MCA vehemently condemns what it calls the “extremist statement hurting the Christians” made recently by the president of PAS.
The BN Chinese party president
Liow Tiong Lai called the statement by Hadi Awang “dangerous and irresponsible”. Continue reading “MCA strongly upholds the right of evangelists to preach” →
MCA has just beaten DAP to the punch in aiming a blow at the ‘parti Islam’.
Its vice president
Chew Mei Fun today slammed the PAS president for “yet another inflammatory accusation aimed at sowing distrust against Christians in Malaysia”. Continue reading “MCA is becoming more DAP than DAP” →
Wong Chun Wai’s exit from GMM is no loss.
In fact, it is a positive gain for Malaysia. Now if more two-faced evangelistas would only follow his lead and remove their corrosive Firster toxicity from our national mainstream.
Continue reading “Congrats Ustaz Nasha on first ‘Moderates’ milestone” →
‘Father claims two-year-old daughter may have been kidnapped’ is the headline of a story in
today. The J-Star Continue reading “J-Star readers ‘Happy’, ‘Amused’ over missing toddler story” →
Ahmad Maslan and Khairy Jamaluddin are two sides of the same coin. Both are
The main difference between them is that the former constantly puts his foot in mouth (latest stint under the spotlight,
here) while the latter strives to be politically correct by swaying like lalang to public sentiment.
Continue reading “10 photos of The Dictator’s kaki ampu bodek” →
“Umno sepatutnya membalun MCA yang gagal mendapatkan keyakinan dan kepercayaan masyarakat Cina. Saya masih ingat seorang menteri senior Umno yang terkenal berani dan lantang, memberitahu saya bahawa dia lebih mempercayai DAP dari MCA yang sentiasa menikam Umno dan orang Melayu dari belakang.”
— Mohd Ariff Sabri aka Sakmongkol, Ahli Parlimen Raub
Continue reading “Nasihat Melayu bagi Umno” →
Once the Umno-PAS cooperation is firmed up, enemies of Islam can expect the Malay-Muslim polity to act with more focus and direction.
In this respect, you really have to wonder whether Lim Guan Eng is quite deserving of the title ‘Bapa Perpaduan Melayu’.
Continue reading “Najib and Hadi share their same grouses” →
Yup, I’m talking about the Red Rally of 16 Sept 2015.
The photo below – click to enlarge – shows the Himpunan Merah massed at the gate of Chinatown. What do you think the Red Shirts would have done if the FRU barricade had not held them back?
Continue reading “2015: Year the Malays saw red” →
“We’ve full confidence that police have the situation under control and we would of course condemn any uncivilized element that is trying to disrupt Christmas celebrations,” said Lim Guan Eng.
Continue reading “Safe for churches to hold Christmas celebrations — Guan Eng” →
The J-Star headline reads ‘PAS snubs Umno’s offer to join forces’.
None of the other news provider carried such a negative angle as the evangeliSTAR in their respective headlines.
Continue reading “Bleed Umno bleed! The Scissors backstabs again” →
Continues from ‘
National Security Council is mini Mageran 2.0, say the NGOs‘.
Some of these NGOs are proxies for the opposition parties.
The issues which the oppo will not be letting go in the run-up to GE14 are 1MDB, RM2.6b donation and now the latest — the NGOs’
#TakNakDiktator meme. Continue reading “Driving a wedge between peninsula and Sabah & Sarawak” →
Where’s Muhyiddin Yassin? ‘Umno delegates disappointed at empty chair next to Najib’,
reported the on the pre-council meeting of the Umno annual assembly yesterday. J-Star Continue reading “National Security Council is mini Mageran 2.0, say the NGOs” →
Muhyiddin Yassin: “The level of Chinese support for the government has also dwindled from 13% in the last general election to only five percent at present.”
See line graph below, click to enlarge Continue reading “Muhyiddin and harakiri” →
Is there any good reason for Wong Chun Wai’s face to be plonked on page 2 of the
J-Star? See below recently on Sunday.
Why is MCA allowing Chun Wai to use their newspaper to promote himself personally?
Continue reading “Scissors salad & the super sneaky” →
Contrary to rumour that he has been shot in the face, Alvin Tan is still very much alive.
See, ‘Akaun Facebook ditutup, Alvin Tan umum masih hidup dalam akaun baru’
Continue reading “Alvin not dead / rumour of his assassination refuted” →
As of this morning, news about Alvin Tan’s desecration of the Quran has not been reported by
The J-Star, Malaysiakini, Free Malaysia Today, The Heat Online or The Ant Daily either.
Continue reading “News blackout on Alvin’s offence by the oppo portals” →
Alvin announces that he has got 2,000-plus new Facebook followers in the last 12 hours
MCA has condemned Alvin Tan’s latest stunt “abusing the Holy Quran” and “offending Muslims” – press statement today by its Religious Harmony bureau chairman,
The J-Star, the (online) paper owned by MCA, is so far silent on this piece of anti-Islam news.
The paper’s silence is in contrast to the total of 17 articles on Alvin and Vivian it published just in one weekend alone when Malaysians were first introduced to the sex couple’s porn material.
Continue reading “The more Alvin Tan insults Islam, the more FB fans he gets” →
Oh, look! Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim has got Dr Mahathir’s nose and Samy Vellu’s lips.
J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai writes in his column today, “Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is open about his ancestry, acknowledging it could be traced to Kerala in India”.
According to Chun Wai, Abdul Azeez is a Malay only “technically and legally” as well the Umno Baling MP’s “forefathers also landed in Malaya by boat”.
Continue reading “Wong Chun Wai: Umno MP Azeez Rahim is Indian” →
Malaysiakini and The J-Star were raided by the police yesterday for the same story both had carried.
Commenting on the raids, MCA Religious Harmony Bureau chairman Ti Lian Ker
(below) said “the authorities were doing the right thing if they were clamping down on wayward or irresponsible reporting that was damaging the country or national interests” Continue reading “MCA must answer to Cabinet if The J-Star is inciting against the govt” →
Before I blog about the former Miss Malaysia and her money being parted, here’s a quick look at the questionable ‘niat’ behind the way people dress, including the said ex-beauty queen.
First, to illustrate how jaw-dropping a starlet’s fashion sense can be – the photo gallery below is of American celebrities at the Emmy Awards and other gala events. What is the intention behind their dressing like that?
Continue reading “Ex-Miss Malaysia losing a lot of money” →
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” →
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” →
Evangelistas are masters at capitalizing on little children or even exploiting the tragedy affecting children.
Hannah Yeoh omits mentioning
who the dead children are (they’re Palestinians) and where the killings took place (in Gaza) – see her tweet below – because her political support base is staunchly Christian Zionist. Continue reading “Wong Chun Wai trots out ‘children’ cheap gimmick week in, week out” →
MCA is merely the elected voice of those 10 percent of us Chinese who voted BN.
MCA does not have the mandate to speak for Malaysia’s Chinese community as a whole or in greater part because the party is largely voted into office by Malays and Indians.
Look for yourself the demography of the MCA’s 7-Eleven seats in Parliament and the state assemblies.
Blue = Malay voters
Red = Chinese voters
Yellow = Indian voters
Continue reading “MCA not fighting DAP but it is fighting Umno” →
Dr Mahathir has been leveling various accusations, it seems, every other day. His latest one earned a top story placing in
The J-Star – see below. Continue reading “Will MCA quit BN if Tajuddin doesn’t say sorry?” →
Below is the feedback by
J-Star readers to the Prime Minister’s Sept 29 speech on “countering and preventing the spread of violent extremism”. Continue reading “84% J-Star readers “annoyed”, “amused” with Najib’s speech at UN summit” →
Our thanks to commenter
for alerting us to Lousy.Engineer Forbes’ Richest Men in Malaysia 2015 ranking.
1, Robert Kuok, 91, $11.3B, diversified
2, Ananda Krishnan, 77, $9.7B, telecom
3, Quek Leng Chan, 74, $5.6B, banking & real estate
Continue reading “How did racist Umno allow so many Chinese to become so rich?” →
Keputusan Kementerian Kemajuan Luar Bandar menghentikan penajaan bagi pelajar baru untuk melanjutkan pengajian ke Taylor’s adalah wajar.
Langkah terbaik ini demi melindungi penuntut Melayu dari terdedah kepada pengaruh evangelista.
Continue reading “Syabas @IsmailSabri60 hentikan tajaan budak Mara ke Taylor’s” →
Malaysian former ambassador Dennis Ignatius said that
Najib Razak and his coterie have released “their own version of the ‘red guards’ to intimidate and terrorize”.
He said this today in his Malaysiakini article – see below – after accusing Umno of having taken a “racist turn”.
Continue reading “Umno unleashing “red terror”, claims evangelista (a former ambassador)” →
Sneaky, oh so sneaky.
Compare between Specimen (1) and Specimen (2).
The J-Star story today Continue reading “Kantoi !” →
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” →
The first Bersih took place on 10 Nov 2007 while the most recent Bersih was on 29-30 Aug 2015. Seven years and 10 months elapsed between the two dates.
This approximately eight-year period saw such a great change as to inverse the equation.
In Bersih ori, Malay participation was 80 percent, if not more. In Bersih 4.0, Chinese participation was 80 percent, if not much more. It was the evangelistas and Firsters who
marshaled the yellow tide to overflow the streets.
UBAH, journey from 2007 to 2015
Continue reading “Secret to keeping our country safe” →
You strongly oppose the Red Shirts rally. You demand that the rally be stopped.
But BN chairman Najib Razak has just given a tacit nod for Umno members to attend if they so wish.
Continue reading “MCA, do the honorable thing and quit BN now” →
I wouldn’t be surprised if he was… given how the editorial content of an MCA-owned company has been allowed to be hijacked to serve the interests of the evangelical Christian opposition.
Mr Chairman of Star Media Group is the guy on the right – MCA’s Fu Ah Kiow. Forrest Gump doesn’t look like he is any match for the super sneaky evangelistas, does he?
Continue reading “Is the J-Star chairman as dungu as he looks?” →
While the MCA is crying out for caution, its Nest of Evangelista newspaper publishes bravado (ada telur) opinion editorial headlines – “Step on it, people”.
Continue reading “Orang Melayu lagi pandai main politik?” →
Former MCA vice president Gan Ping Sieu said: “To me, Bersih will be a referendum of the people towards Najib’s administration. People will attend out of anger, frustration and uncertainty towards the crisis,
reported. The Ant Daily
Continue reading “Will MCA jump ship come vote of no confidence?” →
J-Star editorial today put a “focus on spreading love”.
The paper says that if you’re unable to respond and reciprocate the loving kindness that the
Jom Kawan do-gooders – see pix below – are proffering to perfect strangers, then you must be “the most selfish and cold-hearted” person indeed. Continue reading “J-Star extols nasi lemak and promotes congkak” →
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” →
The screen capture below shows reader responses to the article ‘
Najib: It’s time to strengthen unity, not dwell on 1MDB‘ published in The J-Star today.
Please look at the reader feedback at the bottom of the page. The EvangeliSTAR crowd is 87 percent against Najib Razak.
What say the newly minted BN strategic communications director and his colleague the Multimedia Minister about this?
Continue reading “Four out of five J-Star readers “angry” at Najib’s call to strengthen unity” →