What’s DAP gonna do about Interlok?

“I read the novel and found it repugnant not only to the sensibility of Indians Malaysian but also to Chinese Malaysians, and even Malays,” — M. Kulasegaran DAP vice-chairman Observing that Interlok has a political agenda, Kula added too that the novel is vile and gross. He was reported by Malaysiakini as saying, “You can’t … Continue reading

Dewan Ulama next for DAP?

By Sharifuddin A Latiff You know what they say about Malaysian Chinese and their most intimidating efficiency. DAP under the Caliph Umar Lim Abdul Aziz is proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that the Chinese-dominated party has the potential of being more efficient in carrying out Islamisation than the parties purportedly representing those of … Continue reading

Kit Siang can be deputy PM if he converts

This is Part 2, a continuation of our previous posting ‘Anwar’s one-man show didn’t consult Pakatan partners’. If Anwar is “God’s gift” to Malaysia, then PAS is the party that “belongs to God” and with their implication that some Malaysians are more godly than others. Heaven help the ungodly! Utusan‘s Dec 2 story ‘Nik Aziz … Continue reading

Why the third force is now necessary

By Hartal MSM Below is Part 2, a continuation of our earlier posting ‘DAP people becoming just like Umno‘. PR supporters are Umno-ish when attacking their critics, even those in civil society. Aren’t the personal putdowns of Helen Ang as “menopausal” and “smelly” under her skirt reminiscent of Umno’s Bung Mokhtar? He had mocked DAP’s … Continue reading

Lee Kuan Yew vs Apanama vs Kit Siang clutching at straws

Pix: Maple forest in Sichuan (taken from Shuzheng’s blog) By Sharifuddin A. Latiff The New York Times and the International Herald Tribune recently had an interview with Singapore’s minister mentor. LKY is a much sought-after speaker for international events and fora. As for his  nemesis Mahathir Mohamad, do the international media and seminars seek his … Continue reading

Clueless Kit Siang supports supression of bloggers

By Hartal MSM Lim Kit Siang issued a statement today saying that “MCMC can be assured of public support for any strict action against abuses of the Internet as putting up content with racial and religious slurs which could spark off tension in our country”. He wants “an end to any form of racial or … Continue reading

Nah!! Time for the middle finger/ Rome burns, Kit Siang fiddles

By Hartal MSM Did Namewee really stick his middle finger at the Kulaijaya principal Siti Inshah Mansor in his ‘Nah!!’ music video? If you want to know, you have to source YouTube yourself for the clip … ‘cos we ain’t telling. The young rapper has been accused of (criminal) vulgarity and profanity. However, he is … Continue reading

Guan Eng’s mistake – big deal or no big deal?

Yesterday in ‘Tsk, tsk, tsk, Guan Eng does it again’, we took a light dig at the Penang chief minister’s penchant for trying to outdo his Muslim colleagues and opponents in showing off Islamic credentials. Our readers Umar Rentaka and Ahmad Syafiq put in their rejoinders to our posting, saying: “Just a spelling mistake la” and … Continue reading

DAP not ‘ultra kiasu’, Palestinians not Virgin Mary

By Hartal MSM We wrote to Lim Kit Siang’s blog on Monday to point out that they allowed a reader’s comment “Just a bunch of useless beggars” said about Perkasa but blocked the same word when it applied to another scenario, “why are we wasting our limited [scholarship] funds on useless Palestinians”. See the screenshots … Continue reading

Beng Hock inquest: Govt must be so pleased with MSM

The mainstream media on March 10 highlighted the government pathologist’s testimony that Teoh Beng Hock was alive when he fell. This implies Teoh was not yet dead in the MACC office. This ultimately implies MACC, an agency of the federal government, is innocent of any wrongdoing. FLASHBACK: Read Kit Siang taking to task Berita Harian … Continue reading