Khairy Jamaluddin / Malay issues / Najib Razak / Pakatan Rakyat / Racism

Lim Kit Siang, Lim Guan Eng, Ketua Pemuda Umno and the absence of christian apologists

Lim Kit Siang and his ilk (including his son, Lim Guan Eng) will never fail us in delivering spiteful and racist festive messages promoting hate among the people of Malaysia. Lim Guan Eng in his infamous Wesak Day speech some time ago was even more acrimonious and vindictive. He seditiously tried to agitate the buddhists … Continue reading

Kindred spirit / Pakatan Rakyat / Politics in general / Racism / Umno & Barisan Nasional

Top 10 Little Uncircumspect, Uncircumcised Reasons for the Malay Vote Swings in PRU-13

I received this article from Apocryphalist for the benefit of all readers out there. His other articles on other matters can be read here and here. ____________________________________________________ Top 10 Little Uncircumspect, Uncircumcised Reasons for the Malay Vote Swings in PRU-13 A total political tsunami, including a massive exodus of malay voters swinging over to the Pakatan, … Continue reading

Pakatan Rakyat / Politics in general / Racism / Umno & Barisan Nasional

“What more do the chinese want?”

Utusan Malaysia today asked a very pertinent question and perhaps the most important question any leader in Barisan Nasional worth his salt would be asking – “What more do the chinese want?” The article stated the facts that had been happening during Najib’s tenure as prime minister and his effort in wooing the chinese towards … Continue reading

Anwar Ibrahim / Najib Razak / Pakatan Rakyat / Tun Dr Mahathir / Umno & Barisan Nasional

A Samad Said does not want Anwar Ibrahim to become Prime Minister

When a person is so desperate and become too biased in his thinking, inadvertently he will become stupid. That is the case of A Samad Said. Sensing that he has no more other ideas to condemn the government led by Barisan Nasional, he blurted a racial statement which not only seemed idiotic, but has revealed … Continue reading

Anwar Ibrahim / Najib Razak / Politics in general / Umno & Barisan Nasional

Do we really want to vote these people? (addendum)

I have unfairly excluded a couple of names in my previous post which I deem unacceptable. From the comments received, it is a known fact that there are many people who we feel will not do a good job representing us in the government but as a disclaimer, the names mentioned in this article and … Continue reading

History / MUST READ / Pakatan Rakyat / Politics in general

Ideological weaknesses of DAP’s leadership (Part 3)

This is the final part of the series. Thus far, readers can appreciate the fact that history does repeat itself and those who do not learn from it will commit the same folly again and again.  ——————————————————- 6. DAP: Tactics and campaign strategies in general elections In 1974, DAP objected to Malaysia’s ties with China. … Continue reading

History / MUST READ / Pakatan Rakyat / Politics in general / Racism

Ideological weaknesses of DAP leadership (Part 2)

……. (can we see the similarities between what happened years ago to what is happening now? A leopard cannot change its spots. A party doesn’t change its malicious ways no matter how much they are saying otherwise..) ——————————————————————————- In the 1970s the favourite political gimmick employed by DAP was to either ‘boycott parliamentary sessions and … Continue reading