Where’s Muhyiddin Yassin? ‘Umno delegates disappointed at empty chair next to Najib’, reported the J-Star on the pre-council meeting of the Umno annual assembly yesterday. Continue reading “National Security Council is mini Mageran 2.0, say the NGOs”
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”
An article titled ‘Catch the real troublemakers’ was published in The Jakarta Post today with regard to the Low Yat riot.
See the parts highlighted in yellow where Isma is mentioned. Continue reading “Isma are ‘troublemakers’, ‘violent’ – allusion and label in Jakarta Post article”
For The J-Star, one side of the brawl at Low Yat Plaza were the “sales clerks” (Chinese) while the other side were the “thugs” (Malays).
The EvangeliSTAR story – see below – was filed for the MCA paper by Nicholas Cheng, the same Christian reporter who had previously covered the episode of the church cross removal, see ‘J-Star reporter @ Taman Medan: “Who gives you the right to claim this land as Muslim land?”‘ Continue reading “Low Yat suspects called “thugs” five times by The J-Star in short 287-word article”
Scissorati from the Nest of Evangelistas stabbed 1MDB in the back.
Tapi MCA masih muka tebal boleh buat tak tahu. Continue reading “PAS should contest the MCA’s Malay seats”
Excerpt below from an international (wire agency) news report yesterday @ http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asiapacific/concerns-of-rising/1951292.html?cid=twtcna
“I really think moral policing has to stop,” said Selangor State Speaker Hannah Yeoh.
So we can expect seven out of every 10 Chinese in the country to be able to speak Malaysia’s national language as their native tongue (just like the ethnic Chinese in Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines do their respective country’s native language) and also be willing to send their children to National School.
“Chinese” school should only cater for those three out of every 10 Chinese who view themselves by Race/Ethnicity First. The seven out of 10 Chinese who see themselves as Malaysian First must send their children to National School because vernacular school is only suitable for the Chinese Firsters. Continue reading “7 out of 10 Chinese see themselves as Malaysian First, claims J-Star survey”
In his interview published yesterday in Malaysiakini, Saifuddin Abdullah cautioned that “Umno may veer further to the right if Islamist hardliners win in the PAS muktamar in June”.
Saifuddin, who is Global Movement of Moderates CEO, said Umno should live up to its of being a moderate party regardless the scepticism greeting its claim to such a credential.
Personally, I think MCA vice president Chew Mei Fun looks good – awet muda – for her age (she’s past 50).
She is quite the sweet Girl Next Door in her Kajang by-election poster last year – see below.
Wong Chun Wai’s column today in The J-Star is titled, ‘No room for intolerance‘. I’ve excerpted parts of his article below and reproduced the paragraphs in red italics.
My own comments on Chun Wai’s views follow.
Wong Chun Wai (WCW): “Like most Christians in this country, I am sad rather than angry over the protest staged by about 50 people demanding the removal of a cross at a church in Taman Medan in Selangor.”
Helen Ang (HA): Like Hannah Yeoh’s staged sorrow …
“50 people took it upon themselves to resort to thuggery,” said the NST editorial today on the Taman Medan incident concerning the church cross.
NST considered the protest as one deserving of the label “mindless acts of hatred and intolerance” as well as demonstrating “a regrettable level of religious tolerance among Malaysians”. Continue reading “Who’s the bad guy in Taman Medan? THINK DEEPER”
“Just like Hannah Yeoh I really pity MCA and Gerakan. To fight against this DAP propaganda machinery and regain the Chinese support is certainly no easy task.”
Albi is alluding to the ‘pity’ that Madame Speaker feels for Gerakan and MIC. Continue reading “Sell J-Star to DAP for one ringgit, MCA urged”
Reporters are supposed to be neutral and objective. In the Nest of Evangelistas, however, some of them clearly take sides, and are confrontational and provocative instead.
The J-Star reporter Nicholas Cheng came close to being attacked by the group of angry demonstrators at the Taman Medan church in Petaling Jaya. Continue reading “J-Star reporter @ Taman Medan: “Who gives you the right to claim this land as Muslim land?””
Has MCA ever shown even an iota of interest to try and understand why the cross is making Malays so uncomfortable?
Can the MCA comprehend in the slightest why the Malays are angry over the attempted robbery of kalimah Allah and the aggressive Christianization push? Continue reading “MCA more DAP than DAP in Taman Medan church cross controversy”
The Malaysian Insider mengambil kesempatan kenyataan yang dibuat Tun. Continue reading “The Star digantung 1987, TMI bebas bermaharajalela”
Dr Mahathir said today in Che Det that Najib’s leadership in Selangor was ineffective.
Actually if Muhyiddin or Zahid or Hisham had been in charge of Selangor during the last general election, the result for BN would still not have been any better.
Similar to the situation in Kota Setar in the 1969 general election, the problem is the Chinese and their anti-establishment amok. Continue reading “I respectfully beg to disagree with Tun today”
Need to amputate MCA before the Chinese party causes BN to lose election
I share your fear of BN losing the coming election. If BN loses, it is the DAP that will come to power. My worry about the DAP is what they do to people. I view the evangelical party as Bintang Lima. History has shown me what the Bintang Tiga did.
In The J-Star front page caption box today, Si Gunting Dalam Lipatan quoted Najib Razak as saying:
“1MDB’s assets are larger than its liabilities. So in very simplistic terms, if 1MDB were to be wound down tomorrow, the company would still have some assets and and money left even after paying off its debts.”
Such a clueless and callous statement from the PM! Continue reading “Part 2: Najib’s Q & A only giving more ammo to Tun”
Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club chairman Shahrir Abdul Samad yesterday declared the support of the ruling party Parliamentarians for BN chairman Najib Razak as well as accused former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad of being too personal Continue reading “Tun is not being personal about Najib”
MCA mendakwa ada mempunyai keahlian sejumlah satu juta orang tetapi 900,000 daripada anggota parti sebenarnya sokong pembangkang, bukan gitu?
MCA kelmarin menyambut ulangtahunnya yang ke-66. Upacara meraikan ‘pencapaian’ umur panjang parti tersebut telah diadakan di Dewan Lee San Choon di Wisma MCA, KL. Continue reading “900,000 tikaman”
The DAP politicians who have access to Penang and Selangor state resources are earnestly evangelizing the kids and teenagers and young adults.
DAP’s Serdang MP, the evangelista Ong Kian Ming @imokman, made an appearance at a church camp in Malacca.
Isn’t it wonderful when the passage of time – a mere two years down the road – proves you to have been absolutely correct?
~ ~ I told you so ~~
On 17 May 2013, I had blogged that Najib Razak’s exclamation of “Chinese tsunami” was factually correct and it was indeed true that Chinese voters had ditched the BN wholesale in the election which was held a week-plus earlier (May 5).
And I provided the data to support my finding.
Well, guess what?
In terms of Chinese sentiment – i.e. how the Chinese feel about the country and the government, the Merdeka Center public opinion survey results for the first quarter of 2015 are now a perfect match with the 2013 election mood. Continue reading “Important agenda for Umno divisions meeting this Sunday @mpkotabelud”
This is an important news item – ‘Sarawak DAP to file motion to make Dayak a race‘ (Malaysiakini, 25 Feb 2105)
Soooo SNEAKY … ini antara helah DAP untuk memecah-belahkan bumiputera. Umno masih tidur lena. Continue reading “How to have unity with PAS if Najib suing Harakah?”
I have a copy of Zunar’s earlier book Cartoon-O-Phobia featuring Rosmah Mansor on the cover as well as the T-shirt.
For the price of Rosmah’s hairstyling – which is reportedly RM1,200 per pop – I can buy 60 more Zunar T-shirts (RM20 each). Continue reading “60 Zunar T-shirts for the cost of Rosmah’s designer hairdo”
Akhbar milik MCA membentangkan tajuk ‘Ismail Sabri “regrets” comments‘ hari ini.
The J-Star melaporkan bahawa Menteri Pertanian Ismail Sabri Yaakob menyesali seruan boikotnya di Facebook yang telah menimbulkan sentimen perkauman.
Kata Ismail, beliau kesal kerana komennya mencetuskan keresahan yang membawa kepada perpecahan kaum (racial polarization) dan ketegangan di kalangan masyarakat majmuk negara kita.
Ten years ago, a tsunami hit Aceh and killed more than a quarter million Acehnese.
Today is the decennial anniversary of the tsunami. The devastated Indonesian province of Aceh has since been rebuilt and is embracing hudud. Continue reading “Opening the floodgates to hudud”
The J-Star strikes again!
After Perkasa got it the last time, it is now Isma’s turn to be targetted. Continue reading “Haramkan Isma – Behind call by Papa Dapster’s sidekick to ban the NGO”
Lim Kit Siang has accused Permatang Pauh Umno division chairman Mohd Zaidi Mohd Said of making an “extremist and incendiary hate speech” and engaging in “Chinese-bashing” at the party’s recent general assembly.
The DAP Mursyidul Am claimed that the Penang delegate had “seriously undermined interracial and inter-religious peace and harmony in the country with his hate speech that the success of Penang was because of the illegal businesses and crimes ‘in broad daylight’ committed by the Chinese in the state”.
The “classic extremist acts” by Isma have created only “hatred and distrust”, Wanita MCA vice chairman Ong Chong Swen said yesterday when urging the authorities to use the Sedition Act against the vocal Muslim NGO.
The J-Star today continued pushing its Nest of Evangelista campaign against “radicalism, extremism, terrorism and militancy”.
Headlined ‘We’ve to nip it now – and at all costs‘, the EvangeliSTAR editorial said that “extremism” could come whether in the form of “terror groups such as IS or even through the voices of certain groups or individuals”.
Evidently, the J-Star and its evangelista editors believe that certain groups and even certain individuals in our country are “extremists” (or “racists” or “bigots” or haters who spew venom).
The Nest of Evangelistas is undoubtedly kiasu.
After this, Exhibit A
The Muslim NGOs, including Isma, are earnest that Islam is under threat in Malaysia. The DAP evangelistas are equally adamant that it is not. Continue reading “Yahudi Yeohs, bible burning and the threat to Islam”
Now look who’s talking like an idiot?
See, I got two pens in my pocket.
This photo is Hannah Yeoh.
Puan Sri Pauline Chai was the beauty queen who won the Miss Malaysia title in 1969.
Responding to her husband’s suit that their case be heard in Kuala Lumpur, Pauline told the High Court today that she has no interests in Malaysia and thus her divorce proceedings must rightfully be heard in London. Continue reading “Miss Malaysia 1969: I have no interests in this country”
Plans are afoot to remove Najib Razak by the Umno conservatives, it is whispered. Influential international business magazine The Economist reported a few days ago that:
“With a general election still four years away, the prime minister faces a threat from within his own party, notably from conservative factions close to Dr Mahathir, who still pulls strings from the wings. Whispers abound that an effort to unseat Mr Najib is imminent. Continue reading “Issues that Tun and Najib don’t see eye to eye”
Penolong ketua pengarang Utusan Zaini Hassan hari ini mendedahkan bahawa parti pembangkang sedang menjalankan kerja-kerja sulit untuk menawan Putrajaya pada pilihan raya umum akan datang.
DAP secara agresif sekali mengalihkan pengundi tegar mereka dari satu kawasan yang majoriti besar ke satu kawasan lain bagi membolehkan mereka menang di situ, tulis beliau dalam rencana kolumnnya (29 Okt 2014) bertajuk ‘Misi rampas Malaysia‘. Continue reading “Pakatan menguasai 88 peratus kerusi bandar”
If Anwar Ibrahim is sent to Kajang prison, will his wife finally begin to visit her Kajang constituency more often?
Wan Azizah has been Kajang Adun for 7 months, 5 days already. What has she done for the area?
Are the Pakatan voters happy with having a representative who does not concentrate on serving the PKR ward but is instead distracted by her husband’s many problems? Continue reading “Anwar’s legacy: Empowering the evangelistas”
Mantan Menteri Penerangan Zainuddin Maidin berkata, “Dalam kempen I Want to Touch a Dog, akhbar The Star yang paling ke hadapan menjuarai promosi ini dengan menonjolkan gambar wanita Islam yang berhijab memegang anjing dan berita mengenainya dengan komen-komen yang mempersendakan orang Islam”. Continue reading “Adakah J-Star mahu membayangkan umat Islam kejam terhadap anjing?”
There is computer software that can run CSI to see whether a photo has been doctored or not. It looks like an X-ray process.
Below is an example of gambar yang tidak diusik, i.e. it has not been Photoshopped.
You can see the building outlines are clearly marked and have purple highlights. Continue reading “You can do Fotoforensics on the Zairil-Dyana collection”
The latest news in Ismaweb today – ‘Pembela buat laporan polis terhadap perwakilan Gerakan’.
Pembela is a coalition of more than 50 Muslim NGOs. Isma plays a leading role in Pembela; Isma deputy president Aminuddin Yahya is also the Pembela deputy chairman.
The Gerakan delegate in his speech at his party AGM said that Malays are pendatang too. His contention is a popular refrain among the opposition-supporting Chinese (who make up 90 percent of the Chinese population in Malaysia and include Gerakan and MCA members). Continue reading “Pendatang polemics: How about Chinese join the army?”
The popular trope among Malays is that the Chinese annually top Malaysia’s billionaires list, i.e. having the most money.
What escapes public attention is that we’re also the most registered voters, with the highest election turnout and we’re hyperactive in the political sphere. The reason is simple: DAP rajin sakan, Umno parti paling tidak apa. Continue reading “Exploding donkey”
Lima negeri selamat di tangan orang Melayu-Islam, didahului Terengganu yang mempunyai 96 peratus pemilih Melayu daripada pengundi berdaftar – lihat carta palang, bawah.
Negeri-negeri Melayu pekat yang lain ialah Kelantan (94% pemilih Melayu), Perlis (85%), Kedah (77%) dan Pahang (70%). Continue reading “Sifat buta perlembagaan MCA wajar dibahas perwakilan dalam PAU bulan depan”
I condemn the action of this man. What he did is kurang ajar.
15 Oct 2013
A year ago on this date, I’d blogged ‘DAP SuperCyber Bully slams the judges‘ – referring to the DAP Serdang MP’s criticism of the judgment handed by the Court of Appeal on the Herald-Allah case.
DAP evangelista Ong Kian Ming said in his press statement on this day last year that “Allah has been and will continue to be used by Christians in Malaysia…”.
BELOW: Puan Sri Pauline Chai and her shoes Continue reading “The Puan Sri’s collection of more than 1,000 designer shoes”
Dark spirits are whiskey, brandy, scotch and bourbon. Clear spirits are vodka, gin, rum and tequila.
Happy spirits refer to the drinks selection available at stores selling liquor and in watering holes such as pubs, clubs and bars.
Holey spirit refers to DAP evangelistas whose stories are so full of holes that you must be real drunk on J-Juice to believe them. Continue reading “Ah Jib Gor and the Chinese happy spirits”