Understanding why DAP is so dhimmi

UPDATED: Dhummies wishing upon the moon (Peter Masry responds to reader) _______________________________________________________________________________________ By Peter Masry To understand why the leftist parties can be blissfully hand in glove with the Islamist parties, the adage ‘The enemy of my enemy is my friend’ is a handy pointer. You see it today (and also in the past) in Egypt, Turkey, … Continue reading

Tunisia, Egypt & our very own

Pix from http://www.globefordarfur.org/darfur.html Did you know that Tunisia ranked 186 in the Freedom of the Press index 2010? That’s really scraping the bottom of the barrel. Egypt placed a dismal 130th in the Freedom House survey last year. Another country feeling the heat from the civil unrest, Jordan, ranked worse at 140. In terms of … Continue reading

Kesian Kohilan

By Sharifuddin A Latiff Deputy foreign minister Kohilan Pillay was the first high level official sent from Putrajaya to assess the situation in Egypt and his subsequent report prompted Najib to activate evacuation plans for about 11,000 Malaysians. Fast forward, and with remnants still to be sent home, the kudos and accolades are pouring out. … Continue reading

After the assembly, it’s another story

By Sharifuddin A Latiff Later on at night, rights are denied by PDRM. [Click on screenshots for the videos] The MSMs reported on the assembly but ignored the ensuing story. Meanwhile, we read that Lawyers Will Walk Again.

Leave Now, Najib!

By Sharifuddin A Latiff Well, I thought ‘Leave Now’ is just as appropriate as ‘Evacuate Now’ for a headline. And of course, I am referring to the imminent evacuation of Malaysians in Egypt. But Najib procrastinates, as usual, much like his ETPs, GTPs, etc. The Americans are leaving. So are the Aussies. Our ‘big-brother‘ neighbour … Continue reading