R.I.P. — Chinese representation in BN.
The Chinese have once again spoken. Loud and clear.
Their rejection of Najib Razak’s appeal made at the MCA general assembly can be interpreted that the party representing their race has little influence left among the Chinese electorate and no bargaining power left within the BN. Continue reading “Politik kongsi sudah arr ai pee”
Earlier we had Idris Jala’s ETP twit referring to Najib Razak as the “former Prime Minister”.
Now it is Malaysiakini that made the same slip of the tongue by calling Najib “the opposition leader” – see screenshot below. Continue reading “Najib the “opposition leader” now – Malaysiakini pula yang buat typo”
BN component party Gerakan has accused Isma of having a “siege mentality” with regard to the organization’s video titled Pewaris Bangsa. Continue reading “Isma bangkit menyeru mentera pusaka”
1 Oct 2014
Please take note for the record. I’ve just deleted my Facebook account permanently.
My apology to all my online Friends who have been inadvertently ‘unfriended’, so to speak.
No Twitter either
On a related matter: This is something which I’ve stated several times before – I do NOT have any Twitter account and have NEVER ever registered for any such. Continue reading “I’ve deleted my Facebook account”
In one corner of the ring, we have the Voice of Umno. And in the opposite corner, we have the Najib-inspired Voices of Moderation.
BELOW: Why is Najib listening to J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai?
She is comel – 很 可 愛 – rather like a soft toy. Thus we see why Ong Sing Yee (Ong Xin Yi) has been speedily adopted as a mascot suitably representative of the DAP new vote bank — the young Chinese. Continue reading “Don’t make a martyr out of teenager who stepped on PM’s photo”
The Sedition Act dates back to 19 July 1948. It was amended (expanded and modified) in 1969 after May 13.
Generally the public is aware that the act preempts people from talking bad about the government Continue reading “Race Relations Act not a good idea”