Danger of normalizing ‘pariah’

UPDATE: Connected story, ‘Baby’s throat slashed, parents, siblings slaughtered‘ ooo.-O-.ooo ooo.-O-.ooo ooo.-O-.ooo ooo.-O-.ooo CiFwatch, which monitors the psychosis of The Guardian (a British paper that is determinedly anti-Israel), has a write-up which is useful in helping to elucidate the Interlok situation. In ‘Harriet Sherwood and the normalization of anti-Israel bigotry‘, CiFwatch blogger Adam Levick explains how he … Continue reading

Yet another case of ‘pariah’ bullying in school

An Indian schoolboy had been called “pariah” and “negro” in Sek. Men. Kebangsaan (SMK) Bandar Baru Putra in Ipoh, Komunitikini reported. His engineer father Muniandy, 32, said that his son was taunted that his face would not be visible after dark because of his skin colour. According to Komunitikini, Muniandy believes that the racist remarks … Continue reading

Penang angkat bakul sendiri with Ning concert

Tomorrow night Penang will host a free Ning Baizura concert to celebrate its self-touted ‘achievement in drawing the highest investment figure in the country for 2010’. A stroke of genius it is for the Penang government to dabik dada jamu selera sendiri like this. The DAP-led state is fond of claiming that it has saved … Continue reading

Tee Beng quit due to Guan Eng’s arrogance

Nibong Tebal MP Tan Tee Beng was recently in the news when he joined Kita. He’s been accused of being a ‘frog’ for leaving PKR. However, with the benefit of hindsight, it’s difficult to totally fault Tan’s decision given what we’ve been witnessing since March 8, 2008. Tan was among PKR MPs from Penang who … Continue reading

Interlok: BTN agenda — for nation-building, konon (1)

Going back to our earlier posting ‘Interlok: Sepet, greedy Cina gemuk & liberal dummkopfs’, it is not only the main Chinese character Cing Huat that is depicted as fat. Author Abdullah Hussain had consistently made almost all the Chinese characters gemuk dan gelojoh (greedy). The Indians are not portrayed in the book as fat, nor are … Continue reading

Interlok protestors – liars, childish, ignorant, inconsistent and mad

Commentor “Yeah” has stepped up to the plate to defend Interlok from the “denials faced by the “uninformed masses – as embodied by the folks in hartalmsm”. We offered him a platform on HartalMSM to share his views on what great benefits Interlok would bring as a work of literature for BM students, as well … Continue reading

Waktu by-election aje heboh, lepas tu buat tak tau

Below was our response yesterday to one reader called ‘Gunasegaran’ who had commented in FMT. What a typically disgraceful spin by this DAP supporter. Interlok was brought up by (Ipoh Barat DAP MP) Kulasegaran for what purpose? Only as a campaign issue to politicize in a by-election. See this Jan 22 article in M’sian Insider, … Continue reading

Pakatan ban critical press, supporters jeer articles

Hat-tip to blogger Scott Thong for the image above. By Hartal MSM 2×5 or dua kali lima: Like Pakatan, like blind followers. Erna Mahyuni writing in Insider explains why she has “mostly given up on Pakatan Rakyat”. In her article ‘Press freedom is not selective, Pakatan‘, she writes: “Once I believed DAP could be the … Continue reading

Interlok rally: ‘Umno rasis’ / ‘Cina tak malu’

Malaysiakini.TV has footage of S. Jayathas’s arrest by police. The HRP information chief was nabbed when he started to chant “Umno rasis, Umno rasis”. You can still see the large bruise on Jayathas’ right arm from his last rough handling by police during the build-up to the rally. The Malaysian public is well aware of … Continue reading

Interlok: Pakatan’s sabotage

In Insider today, ‘Indian leaders see silver lining in Hindraf washout‘ We’ve reproduced the article in its entirety below, and highlighted several passages in bold that we will comment on at the bottom — ‘Illegal to be Indian’. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Quote / ANALYSIS (in Insider), Feb 28 — Hindraf’s failure yesterday to muster support in the … Continue reading