DAP’s duplicitous, deafening silence

P. Gunasegaram wrote “let it operate like how a lot of other businesses are allowed to” in his Malaysiakini column yesterday, referring to the Heineken and Carlsberg factories work freeze during the present movement control order (MCO) period. Continue reading “DAP’s duplicitous, deafening silence”

Posted in Evangelis

Two biggest Malay parties are in the opposition

Sungai Kandis was the Rubicon and Umno has crossed it.

In the general election earlier on May 9, the Harapan candidate had won the Sungai Kandis state seat handily with a majority of 12,480 votes.

In the byelection held there yesterday, the Harapan candidate won with a greatly reduced majority of 5,842 votes.

It can’t be downplayed – even though Harapan is desperately trying to do just that – an inconvenient fact that PKR’s majority in Sungai Kandis suffered a huge drop of 6,638 votes in only three months between GE14 and byelection. Continue reading “Two biggest Malay parties are in the opposition”

Posted in GE14

Is BN breaking up?

UPDATE: Now PBS has announced that it is leaving BN (7.35pm)

Buntong in Perak is an interesting a state seat where its GE14 result bears some scrutiny.

Its voters are (ethnic breakdown by percentage):

  • Indian — 48.5%
  • Chinese — 45.6%
  • Malay — 5.25%

Buntong has the most Indians comparatively in ratio to the other races. Here – in a monoethnic three-cornered fight between all Indian candidates – MIC lost badly while PSM’s Rani (wife of outgoing Sg. Siput MP Dr Jeyakumar) failed to even make a dent. Continue reading “Is BN breaking up?”


Bersih 4.0 – The real objective is to attract Malay GE14 votes

Bersih 1.0

The first edition of Bersih in November 2007 provided the momentum for the Makkal Sakti wave of March 2008 that led to the opposition winning five states – Kedah, Penang, Perak, Selangor & Kelantan – and sweeping the Federal Territory.

If only FT had a state legislative assembly, then the oppo in GE12 would have won six states or exactly half of the peninsula and mind you, getting the richest and most developed ones with the biggest populations. Continue reading “Bersih 4.0 – The real objective is to attract Malay GE14 votes”

Posted in Evangeliblis

Cyber operatives masquerading as Malay/Muslim Facebookers, commenters

The Umno Cheras division chief – below – is correct to say that the DAP’s propaganda is most vile and vicious. And the Dapsters are indeed anti-Malay while the DAP evangelistas are most assuredly anti-Islam.

The PPTA (Parti Paling Tidak Apa) cannot allow this state of affairs to continue, especially when the oppo online operatives are nowadays sneakily masquerading as ‘Malays’ and ‘Muslims’ through faking their cyber IDs.

“Some siap bagi salam bagai!”, added regular commenter ‘islam1st’ – see below. Continue reading “Cyber operatives masquerading as Malay/Muslim Facebookers, commenters”

Posted in DAJJAL

DAP Super Cyberbully

The copy below is excerpted from Dave Avran’s article ‘Yes, Malaysia’s Red Bean Army does exist‘ in his blog Spanking DA Monkey on 12 June 2013. Dave sourced and collated his material from the article ‘Bean me up, Red Army‘ written by Hariati Azizan in The J-Star (9 June 2013).

Writes Dave:

“… most seasoned bloggers are aware that the Red Bean Army occupies an entire floor at the Wenworth Hotel in Pudu, Kuala Lumpur and Komtar in Penang. Yes they do indeed exist, despite the DAP’s repeated denials.

Continue reading “DAP Super Cyberbully”