By Sharifuddin A Latiff HartalMSM will vouch for the camel’s innocence on this issue. Nuff said!
by Eyes Wide Open The Malaysian MSM has widely reported Najib as saying the AG is very unhappy with the coroner’s open verdict and is seeking a review in the High Court. What the PM conspicuously failed to mention is: what is Gani Patail so unhappy about? What verdict is he seeking? The MSM, predictably, … Continue reading
By Reina Umno secretary-general Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor says that Perkasa is a “monster that the media created”. He is half right in that Perkasa is a monster. But he’s way off the mark when he says that Perkasa is created by the media. A hypothetical scenario You are heading a political party that is … Continue reading
“Datuk Nicol David captured her 5th World Open squash title yesterday, in dominant fashion, securing her place in the pantheon of great squash players and edging her closer to be being the greatest female squash player ever” – read: TMI report. [Pix from squashsite.co.uk] “World number one Datuk Lee Chong Wei defeated archrival Lin Dan … Continue reading
By Hartal MSM As we post this, Mahathir should be addressing the Perkasa crowd right about now in Pasir Mas — Ibrahim Ali’s constituency. According to a notice in the Perkasa website, their patron will be greeted by 3,000 ‘warriors’ on motorcycles. The purpose of the Mahathir-Perkasa rally in Kelantan is — according to the … Continue reading
Perkasa has identified 15 adversaries to be put on its watch list. These are “15 orang tokoh politik yang dianggap memusuhi dasar perjuangannya” (15 politicians deemed to be enemies of the movement’s struggle). Donald Lim is one. Khairy Jamaluddin, with whom Ibrahim Ali recently had a spat with, is another. The rest on the list … Continue reading
“When you understand what someone’s real intentions are, nothing they say or do is surprising.” – Eyes Wide Open Several events in the past week sent alarm bells ringing in HartalMSM because it had an eerie sense of deja vu about the events leading up to 27 October 1987 – the day the infamous Ops … Continue reading