By Sharifuddin A Latiff HartalMSM will vouch for the camel’s innocence on this issue. Nuff said!
By Sharifuddin A Latiff Unless you’re 1Melayu 1Bumi, that is. Here are the evidences (and it’s in full colour compared to some grainy B&W stuff that’s in the media lately). Exhibit ‘A’ Exhibit ‘B’ Happy, smiling cops only in Bolihland when Perkasa turun padang. Oh yeah, did … Continue reading
by Eyes Wide Open You can always predict the mood of the BN by reading between the lines of MSM reports. Leading up to the 2008 elections, the mood was arrogance personified as page after page was rife with stories of how great BN politicians are, how stupid Opposition politicians were and how subservient the … Continue reading
By Sharifuddin A Latiff Utusan Malaysia ko perkasakan tapi budak sekolah di abaikan. Dari Johor sampai Kedah, kemudian di KKB pulak tu. Kuasa politik di junjung tiap tiap minggu, tanggung jawab menteri pendidikan macam ne? Sampai bila lagi, Muhy? [Click on screenshot for the video]
Pix from Guardian If Abdullah Hussain is Malaysia’s Sasterawan Negara, Sir Salman Rushdie is a Sasterawan Negara-Negara, a literary giant of global repute who has been knighted by Queen Elizabeth for his contributions to the field of writing. Rushdie has also received from France the Commandeur de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, and from … Continue reading
Pix: Fat Chinese? Look who’s talking … Our previous posting, Interlok: Chinese immigrants came here to carry shit buckets Excerpts from Interlok‘s description of its Chinese characters. We may have missed some mentions in our collation below as after awhile, the author Abdullah Hussain’s excessive repetition got a bit tedious for us to take note of … Continue reading
Pix: Why one finger only, ah? Get the other finger out and stick ’em in both ears lah. by Sharifuddin A. Latiff Did Lim Guan Eng make him do it i.e. pressure his political secretary, Ng Wei Aik, to apologize to ALL mamaks in Malaysia? And guess whose secretary the MCA lawyer is? That’s the … Continue reading
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