We now have a PM who was once convicted of corruption. He is a uniting figure. Continue reading “Unique unity government”
Malaysians are so divided. We’re polarized from young with Malay kids going to sekolah agama and Chinese kids going to SRJK(C).
To foster ‘keluarga Malaysia’ (Ismail Sabri’s slogan) 我们都是一家人 (Anwar Ibrahim’s motto), our children must all be put under one roof under one Malaysian First school system. Continue reading “For national unity, satu sekolah untuk semua!”
The parti Islam’s real hook-up is with the parti Melayu.
You see, the seven years PAS spent in the Pakatan viper’s pit has not been entirely wasted. The Islamic party learned a thing or two — one of which is the “agree to disagree” convenient tactic whenever they [mainly the DAP snake] wanted to cop out.
Ustaz Nasharudin Mat Isa was appointed to head the Global Movement of Moderates on 28 Oct 2015.
Let’s compare the J-Star‘s coverage of GMM under Ustaz Nasha and earlier under Saifuddin Abdullah. Continue reading “Yup, PAS and Umno have been meeting”
We’re a mere fortnight away from the historic sitting of the state assembly in Kelantan on March 18 to table the hudud amendment bill.
And hudud is just the lever to pry the Islamist party away from its coalition partner DAP. Despite their earlier charade of being Islam-friendly, DAP is dead set against this law under Islam for meting out capital and corporal punishment .
Needless to say, it is to Umno’s best interest – if not the BN’s very survival – for PAS to leave Pakatan.
And thus Umno is, apparently, prepared to support the Kelantan hudud bill. Continue reading “Will Najib save himself through hudud hook-up?”
From Syed Akbar Ali’s blog — ‘Ponder an Umno PAS unity government‘.
“At the end of the day it may come down to Malay-Muslim unity. If the BN does not get enough seats, Continue reading “GE13 proves that BN don’t need Chinese to form govt”