So YB Ong Kian Ming is planning to beat a strategic retreat.
Smarter operatives like him are correctly guessing that similar to the backlash at party level, there will be a bigger backlash against DAP come the next election. Continue reading “Bangsar Bubbleians spit at DAP’s own Chinese-educated grassroots”
DAP is simply using the Rohingya’s plight as a means to condemn Malaysian immigration and security policies. Continue reading “Convenient excuse for DAP to hentam Hamzah Zainudin”
Myanmar junta leader Min Aung Hlaing told Phoenix TV – in his first ever foreign media appearance since the coup d’etat – that his country does not accept the term ‘Rohingya’. Continue reading “Rohingya are Bengali and Bengali are Bangla”
A strong prime minister, strong defence minister, strong foreign minister and strong home minister will firmly put their foot down. They will tell the interfering activists (who are lying to the world that Malaysians are “cruel” and “inhumane”) to sod off.
A strong government will protect the sovereignty of Malaysian territorial waters and in the South China Sea. A strong government will back up our security agencies — scroll down and see point No.5 below. Continue reading “Why we need a strong government”
Former New York City Republican mayor Rudy Giuliani just said on Fox News (video below) that current NYC Democrat mayor Bill de Blasio should resign over his incompetence in handling the riots.
Chiara, de Blasio’s 25-year-old daughter was also arrested at a Black Lives protest for throwing projectiles at law enforcement. Meanwhile her father appeared on TV praising her while at the same time criticizing his own city’s police. Continue reading “Pro-LGBT mayor vs police feud”
In Bangladesh, yaba – which is a low grade methamphetamine or meth sold in pill form – is the popular illicit drug.
“Rakhine state has become a kind of drug highway towards South Asia, especially Bangladesh,” the International Crisis Group’s expert on Myanmar, Richard Horsey was quoted by DW as saying. Continue reading “More dangerous problems from the Rohingya”
A Reuters story titled ‘Rohingya targeted as coronavirus stokes xenophobia in M’sia’ hit the wire today and was picked up by newspapers, digital media and Internet news aggregators around the world.
We’re being called “ugly Malaysians”, “xenophobic”, “racist”, “inhumane” and a host of other nasty names. Continue reading “It’s Raya and M’sians are being badmouthed round the globe”
A 17-year-old Rohingya man was charged in the Ampang magistrate court yesterday over the murder of his six-year-old stepdaughter. His case is expected to be moved to the High Court.
His Rohingya wife, 23 – who is the girl’s mother – was charged in the Ampang sessions court for criminal neglect. Continue reading “Rohingya teen and his Rohingya wife charged with murder/neglect of 6-year-old girl in Ampang”
Police and immigration officers today detained some 200 illegal workers in Petaling Jaya Old Town. This is a staunch DAP area. The Adun here is Hannah Yeoh’s former personal assistant Rajiv Rishyakaran.
The Malay Mail photo below shows some of the undocumented foreigners detained in this morning’s crackdown. Continue reading “Their hearts bleed at police raid on DAP area illegals”
# Robot Juga Manusia
# Bos Kamu Juga Manusia
# Politikus Juga Manusia Continue reading “Cats’ reaction to hashtag # migran juga manusia”
Qatar alone had agreed to donate US$50 million (RM218 million) for the Rohingya in Malaysia. That’s just one country. There must be more donations from other oil-rich countries too as well as hard cash courtesy of charitable Muslim sources — in short, big $$$ floating around in our ether earmarked for the Rohingya here.
Yesterday Zahid Hamidi asked where did all the money go. Continue reading “Are they hoping to run the ‘Help Rohingya’ NGOs?!”