You feeling lucky, ya damn Cina punk?!

by Eyes Wide Open I’m not sure what Chua Soi Lek’s and Najib’s propaganda officers were smoking when they decided to embark on the campaign to officially sideline the Chinese of this country. Chua Soi Lek makes a “bold” statement that the party will not accept any government posts should they not improve their election … Continue reading

Do You Feel Lucky, You Sarawak Punks?!

by Eyes Wide Open Bernama reports that an “esteemed” MCA Cabinet Minister, Kong Cho Ha, warned the Chinese in Sarawak not to vote against BN or else face a backlash from them. In his brief campaign visit to Sarawak, he was quoted as saying: “Nobody really doubts that BN will be returned to power in … Continue reading

Kg Buah Pala…deja vu in Bukit Jalil

by Eyes Wide Open March 15 2011 was supposed to be the day that 41 families would be forced out of the place they called home for generations. I arrived at 8am to find a crowd had already gathered. MSM, online media and citizen journalists were on hand to witness the event. There were also … Continue reading

What’s missing from Malott’s missive

Pix courtesy Din Merican’s blog By Peter Masry [via e-mail] In his recent commentary in the Wall Street Journal Asia (February 8, 2011), ‘The Price of Malaysia’s Racism‘, former U.S. Ambassador to Malaysia, John Malott, makes some valid criticisms regarding Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s 1Malaysia (One Malaysia) programme and its failure to realistically … Continue reading

Does the AG prefer suicide or homicide?

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

Nazi Celup Ala Malaysia

by Eyes Wide Open Merely 2 days after Ridhuan Tee’s Nazi-flavoured anti-Christian rant was published, Utusan Malaysia delivers yet another Nazi-flavoured rant. This time about the controversial appointment of the Selangor State Secretary. In his column, assistant editor-in-chief Zaini Hassan called on Malays to zealously defend their sovereignty in the country, declaring: “Do we Malays … Continue reading

No wonder he wants FB banned!

by Eyes Wide Open On December 7th, it was reported that Umno Supreme Council member Dr Shahidan Kassim wanted Facebook to be blocked as it posed a threat to national security. He is quoted as saying, “If the website content poses a threat to national security and insults Islam, then it is unnecessary to have … Continue reading

Hypocrisy First (4): Tony Pua, mousy DAP & the haram sausages

DAP national publicity secretary Tony Pua issued a press statement yesterday to highlight MCA’s “complete irrelevance” in the BN. We have no quarrel with that. Pua’s beef with the MCA is the failure of the Chinese party to get Big Brother Umno to take action against “the racist principals” in Kulai and Bukit Selambau as … Continue reading

Gunasegaran died; he was Indian

R Gunasegaran died in police custody. On Oct 25, the coroner returned an open verdict on his death. What justice for his family? Can you even believe Sniveling Star carried this headline in its Jan 14 article ‘Officer forgot to report death of Gunasegaran’. This man’s life was so cheap and forgettable! And no outrage … 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