Posted in HIPOKRIT

Erykah Badu: Masih isu meleret dan dipersendakan

Dilaporkan semalam Kementerian Dalam Negeri tidak berpuas hati dengan penjelasan The Star berhubung penyiaran gambar Erykah Badu dengan tubuhnya ber’tatu’ kalimah Allah.

Mufti Perlis Dr Juanda Jaya juga berkata permohonan maaf dibuat The Star minggu lepas dilihat seolah-olah tidak ikhlas. Continue reading “Erykah Badu: Masih isu meleret dan dipersendakan”

Posted in Anak Malaysia

Malay support emboldening biadap syndrome

This posting is a continuation of The ‘chauvinist’ label, Chinese self-destructiveness & changing dynamics.

I had written in Part I that it is a big mistake for Malays to label DAP a ‘Chinese chauvinist’ party because DAP is not controlled by those exhibiting traits of Chineseness.

Instead the Christian evangelical faction who have got a strangehold on the party were educated in missionary schools, employ the White Man political vocabulary and use the loony left bully pulpit. They clearly fail the junzi test.

Continue reading “Malay support emboldening biadap syndrome”

Posted in Evangelis

Hannah Yeoh sekat tweet seorang blogger, dakwa

Posting ‘Ibu Bangsa Malaysia bukan berjiwa Malaysia?‘ diterbitkan di blog pada 28 Nov 2011.

Bloggernya Shashi Muniandy mencatat bahawa Hannah Yeoh telah menyekat beliau daripada membuat komen yang menduga di talian Twitter popular Adun Subang Jaya itu. Continue reading “Hannah Yeoh sekat tweet seorang blogger, dakwa”

Posted in DAP

Half-pregnant Pakatan and her piquant paradoxes


The new non-Muslim wing is the latest showcase of the new PAS.

“It is the most significant political development for us this year [June 2010],” said Dr Rayney Ali, a delegate from Kuala Lumpur.

Still the question that begs to be asked is why would anyone want to join PAS as a token member, with a limited role and without any voting rights in the party?

The non-Muslim members are not full-fledged members and cannot even vote in the party elections.

Non-Malays often complain they are treated as second-class citizens in this country, yet they do not seem to mind joining a party where they are basically second-class members.

Continue reading “Half-pregnant Pakatan and her piquant paradoxes”