RPK’s Language Test For Malaysians!

by Eyes Wide Open RPK’s interview on TV3 recently has been greeted by a collective “OMG!!!!” Malaysians against BN seem to be screaming “What is going through RPK’s mind?” While Malaysians against PR seem to be screaming “HALLELUJAH!” But what is RPK actually saying? “In the SD, I related the tale that these people told … 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

Just ‘like’ drive-by shootings (at Zaid), eh?

Pix: One Pakatan party is bending over backwards to appease and it ain’t PKR. Part 2, continued from yesterday … Part 1 of this posting left off at quoting FMT as saying said that some of the party’s seasoned politicians felt that it shouldn’t be highlighting the feuds in their house. We then added our … Continue reading

PKR infighting spills over into out-fighting

Pix: One Pakatan party is bending over backwards to appease and it ain’t PKR. Hartal has previously called Malaysia’s richest paper The Sniveling Star. We’d like to think that we had adequately deconstructed its articles to convince our blog readers as to in what way Star snivelled. Recently, there has been some name-calling of Free … Continue reading

What spooked Malaysia-Instinct?

by Sharifuddin A Latiff First, Malaysia-Today got DDOS-ed. Now, another news portal (sic), Malaysia-Instinct, got blipped but I think it’s self-inflicted i.e. they deliberately closed the front-door and started changing the locks. Confused? Well, the Sun’s TeRence Fernandez took offense with someone who is probably trying to impersonate him with the by-line ‘TeRRence Fernandez’ writing … Continue reading

E-mail your complaint to the BBC

The BBC complaints homepage is here. The British broadcaster assures its viewers and readers that “Your complaint is important to us”. Malaysians have already been e-mailing to complain about the cancellation of Raja Petra Kamarudin’s interview with its programme Hardtalk. Do complaints work? An advocacy for fair media urges its readers to object to unacceptable … Continue reading