After I posted a historical picture of a Bugis Warrior...............rubbing it in !! From 1st September 2015
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
After I posted a picture of the Collaborator Abdul Razak in a Japanese uniform, the dickheads posted the picture of Lim Kit Siang in an MPAJA (Malayan People's Anti Japanese Army)uniform, claiming that he was wearing a Malayan Communist Party uniform.
Who de f**k is Anwar Ibrahim? An unelected nobody !!!
Remember this snake? For was it not the same radical Islamist-turned-liberal Anwar Ibrahim who openly supported the revolutionary movement in Iran while parroting the slogans of the Iranian revolutionaries who then condemned the United States (and the West in general) as the 'Great Satan'? (The systematic extermination of thousands of secular intellectuals, unionists, activists and the Mujahideen by the revolutionary regime was something that many of their fans in other parts of the Muslim world turned a blind eye to soon after.)
Anwar's arrogance is astounding. He has no role in government but yet sees it fit to 'expose' his unsolicited advice to Guan Eng to the world media! Undermining the nation's finance minister in this way is more likely to affect the Market's confidence in Malaysia than Guan Eng being honest about the nation's finances. Anwar must be advised that the Rakyat is increasing seeing him as a liability than as Prime Ministerial material.
His underhand machinations, disloyalty and disrespect for Mahathir's choice of Guan Eng as finance minister does not augur well for his assumption that he will automatically succeed Mahathir as PM. As things stand , Azmin is increasingly looking like the favourite candidate. Why should DAP and Bersatu support Anwar as future PM if he is undermining them? A PM must have the support of the majority of MPs. If Azmin can be friendly with all Pakatan Harapan component parties and not play the race and racial card, his position as the next PM of Malaysia is assured.
Totally disagree with you, Anwar. Lim cannot pacify investors without gaining investors confidence. Lim is heading in the right direction while you, should learn the International expected transparency standard. Malaysia has been viewed as a corrupt country since your days as DPM. The market has long been anticipating that Malaysia will meet the same fate as Argentina a matter of time.
If Malaysia wants to regain investor confidence then Lim should continue to tell the truth. Investors of these days are sophisticated and don’t buy window dressings from whatever agency especially when Malaysia have much trust deficit. The financial mess that Malaysia faces now is the legacy of the previous administrations. Face the fact that it will take a long time to clear and do not for a moment think that covering or window dress it will help. Your suggestion if at all holds water is of no merit, just a naive self-deception for a quick fix.
You are certainly a true blood of UMNO’ DNA and mentality.One seriously wonders whether you are the right candidate for PM after Dr M. Time has changed; oil will soon be of no value, and that even the Arabs realise it. Well, man can propose but let us see how God will dispose of.
Malaysiakini : Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng should leave exposing the previous
administration's corruption and wrongdoings to other ministers or
agencies, PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim said.
Speaking in an interview with Astro Awani, Anwar said Lim should
instead concentrate on assuring investors to invest in the country. "I met with and told Lim Guan Eng that the position of the finance minister should be more sensitive. "Every statement (by the finance minister) will reflect directly on
investors," Anwar said during the recording of the 'Al' interview
programme on the news channel, which is set to be broadcast at 8.15pm on
FBI Agent, Who Exposed Hillary Clinton's Cover-up, Found Dead
From VT : An FBI Special Agent, who was anticipated to expose the extent of Clinton and Obama malpractice and corruption in the "Operation Fast and Furious" cover-up before a US Federal Grand Jury, has been found dead at his home.
At Long Last - Trump withdrawing US from UN Human Rights Council over its “relentless, pathological campaign” against Israel
Jihad Watch : Bravo. Long overdue. At last, an administration that doesn’t respect the
polite fiction that the UN is a neutral arbiter. Next step should be
withdrawal from the UN altogether, and its expulsion from New York City.
“Trump administration withdrawing from UN Human Rights Council,” by Andrew O’Reilly, Fox News, June 19, 2018: The Trump administration is expected to announce Tuesday
that the U.S. will withdraw from the United Nations Human Rights
Council. A U.S. official confirmed the decision to Fox News.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley will
use a joint statement in Washington at 5p.m. to announce and explain the
departure from the 47-member council. Speaking to Fox News, a senior official said that the UNHRC protects
human rights abusers, allows them to serve on the council and shows bias
in rendering decisions.
The official claimed that countries like China, Egypt and Russia
worked to undermine U.S. reform efforts and that the council has passed
more resolutions this year condemning Israel than Iran, Syria and North
Korea combined. Trump has long been critical of the UNHRC, which he has accused of showing a bias against Israel.
Haley last year slammed the body for its “relentless, pathological
campaign” against Israel. Trump’s National Security Adviser John Bolton
opposed the creation of the body when he served as the U.S. ambassador
to the U.N. under President George W. Bush.
Experts have reacted with surprise and consternation
to Swiss foreign affairs minister Ignazio Cassis’ comments that the
United Nations’ aid work for Palestinian refugees is a stumbling block
to peace in the Middle East.
So long as Palestinians live in refugee camps, they can dream of
returning home, Cassis said in an interview published in several Swiss
newspapers on Thursday, which came after his first official trip to
Jordan. Five million Palestinian refugees currently live in such camps, with aid and protection provided by the UNRWA.
“He said that UNRWA had become part of the problem rather than the
solution and it supplied the ammunition to continue the conflict. “By
supporting the UNRWA, we keep the conflict alive. It’s a perverse
logic,” Cassis said. He called for the integration of long-term refugees
in their countries of residence.
Ignazio Cassis, having seen for himself the “Palestinians” kept in
camps, understood the cruel hypocrisy of the situation: the Arab
countries deliberately keep the “Palestinians” in camps, do not allow
them to become citizens (save for a brief period in Jordan), nor to
enjoy full access to higher education, nor to enter certain professions,
all in order to keep them in harshly constrained conditions, prevented
from integrating into their host countries, so that their own resentment
of Israel is kept at a boiling point, and at the same time, in those
UNRWA-run camps, their wretched state is a constant reminder to the
“international community” of the “plight of the Palestinians.”
and especially no one at UNRWA, wants it to be known that the other
Arabs are to blame for the condition of the “Palestinians” in the camps.
Australia: Muslim mob screaming “F*** off Christians” stomps on Christian’s head and breaks table over his head
Jihad Watch : No one will pay any particular attention to this. But just imagine the
international outcry had the roles been reversed.
This would be
front-page news for weeks. That in itself demonstrates that the
establishment media is more interested in pushing an agenda than
actually reporting events. “‘Muslims were calling Christians f***ing dogs’: Inside the Liberal
Party’s violent ‘religion-fuelled street brawl’ – that erupted outside a
Sydney charcoal chicken shop,” by Stephen Johnson, Daily Mail Australia, June 19, 2018: "A violent confrontation erupted outside an Islamic-owned charcoal
chicken shop as Muslim men allegedly hurled chairs at a Christian during
a Liberal Party brawl.
A witness, going by the name of John, claimed he saw violence on the
main street of Arncliffe in Sydney’s south on Monday night, where a
Christian man was stomped on and an elderly woman was punched and thrown
to the ground. The violence started inside a cafe and charcoal chicken shop owned by
a Muslim businessman and Liberal Party councillor, Michael Nagi, and
has been connected with a factional dispute within the conservative
Australia: Three KFC stores refuse to sell bacon on sandwiches, as they use only halal products
Jihad Watch : The principle is always and everywhere the same: in Muslim countries,
non-Muslims should change their behavior to conform to Muslim
And in non-Muslim countries, non-Muslims should change
their behavior to conform to Muslim sensibilities. If you’re a
non-Muslim in Punchbowl and want bacon on your KFC sandwich, you’re out
The Muslims eschew bacon, and so should you. “How Australian KFC stores are refusing to sell bacon in their burgers –
because they only use HALAL products,” by Peter Devlin, Daily Mail Australia, June 15, 2018 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
Australian Broadcasting Corporation lauds hijab as “sensuous,” “source of empowerment”
Jihad Watch : The Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s slant on this issue was
predictable, but not for that any more excusable.
The real women who
need “empowerment” are not those who wear the hijab, who are praised and
hailed in article after article like this one, and celebrated in World
Hijab Day, but those women who have been brutalized and even killed for not
wearing the hijab. Would Aqsa Parvez agree that the hijab is “sensuous”
and a “source of empowerment”? Her Muslim father and brother choked her to death with her hijab after she refused to wear it. Would Amina Muse Ali, a Christian woman in Somalia whom Muslims murdered because she wasn’t wearing a hijab?
Those who claim to be deeply
concerned that hijab-wearing women are subjected to wholesale
discrimination and harassment in the West, which isn’t even true, showed
no concern for the 40 women who were murdered in Iraq in 2007 for not wearing the hijab; or for Alya Al-Safar, whose Muslim cousin threatened to kill her and harm her family because she stopped wearing the hijab in Britain; or for Amira Osman Hamid, who faced whipping in Sudan for refusing to wear the hijab; or for the Egyptian girl, also named Amira, who committed suicide
after being brutalized by her family for refusing to wear the hijab.
Or for the women in Gaza whom Hamas has forced to wear hijab; or for the women in Iran who protested against the regime, even before the recent uprising, by daring to take off their hijabs; or for the women in London whom Muslim thugs threatened to murder if they didn’t wear hijab; or for the anonymous young Muslim woman who doffed her hijab outside her home and started living a double life in fear of her parents; or for the fifteen girls in Saudi Arabia who were killed
when the religious police wouldn’t let them leave their burning school
building because they had taken off their hijabs in their all-female
Or for the girl in Italy whose mother shaved her head
for not wearing hijab; or for all the other women and girls who have
been killed or threatened, or who live in fear for daring not to wear
the hijab.“Western Sydney poet Maryam Azam explores the modern experience of wearing the hijab,” by Claire Nichols, ABC.net.au, June 19, 2018
Letter of support and the Bazaar-gate - By Commander S THAYAPARAN (Retired) Royal Malaysian Navy
Malaysiakini : “The worst disease in the world today is corruption. And there is a cure: transparency.” – Bono, U2
COMMENT | A number of readers
have written in asking me what I thought about the whole ‘bazaar-gate’
and this controversy over letters of support. Something sticks in my
craw when it comes to this issue. Besides demonstrating the “petty”
corruption that is endemic to the system, it also illustrates the kind
of corruption that slowly builds into something more over the long term.
When DAP’s Tan Kok Wai says something extremely dumb like this
- “So are you (DBKL Licensing and Petty Traders Developmental
Department director Anwar Mohd Zain) actually saying that the MP is more
powerful than the mayor? – when attempting to defend the actions of
Bukit Bintang MP Fong Kui Lun in issuing a letter of support, two points
need to be made:
BCF : She was a 15-year-old student at San Antonio’s Taft High School with a soft smile and dark eyes. Like most girls her age in Texas, she favored blue jeans.
Unlike most girls her age in Texas, in 2017 she was promised in marriage to a man 10 years her senior, who would pay her parents $20,000 to take her as his wife.
But the Iraqi-born Maarib Al Hishmawi had no intention of marrying so young, least of all to a man so much older and whom she hardly even knew. She refused.
Russia: Taxi driven into a crowd of girls, driver claims he fell asleep
From EOTW : (Moscow)
With the World cup in its third day, Russia is full of tourists and
football fans and as such is a prime target for Islamic terrorism. Well
today it appears that the first and hopefully the only terrorist
incident transpired when a taxi was driven onto the pavement running
down a group of female pedestrians, injuring at least 8 people.
In NOT so great britain - Increasingly there is the appearance of special, or no rules, for muslims
From VT : Yesterday we posted on the standards of desecration of religious symbols, where a British man was killed for a bacon sandwich while serving a year prison term, while a muslim who delivered some Indian takeaway to a Christian home got exactly nothing at all for actual vandalism of property of the family’s Cross.
Video below again:
And so we see even more clearly how this whole thing works from this example than most.
For muslims, all the constitutional guarantees and freedoms of law apply. But for the indigenous, and non-muslim and non communist people of Europe, all the little unconstitutional hate crimes laws and an endless list of highly interpretable set of regulations apply such that we have in effect sharia.
Muslims can say and do as they want, and the rest of us are…
BCF : “False Identity” – the second and more explosive of two documentaries. (first part here) – unmasks ‘soft Jihad’ in America. In it, Arabic-speaking Israeli Channel 10 journalist, Zvi Yehezkeli courageously concealed his identity to expose Islam’s somewhat shocking “quiet conquest” of the U.S.
Since the August 2004 discovery of the Muslim Brotherhood’s 1991 Explanatory Memorandum and The Investigative Project‘s 2012 film, Grand Deception, these documentaries have further revealed the extent of societal penetration sought or achieved by a large and growing, but secret, Islamic soft jihad army that seeks to subvert the U.S. and enfold it within a global Islamic empire.
Malaysiakini : COMMENT | What was the new Perak
Mentri Besar, Ahmad Faizal Azumu, thinking, when he agreed to hold this
year's Hari Raya Aidil Fitri open house at Ipoh's Movie Animation Park
Studios (MAPS) theme park?
Celebrating a religious festivity in a theme park cheapens the
religion and trivialises the significance of the occasion.
insulting and disrespectful. One cannot imagine the leader of a country hosting Christmas, Easter,
Deepavali or Wesak celebrations at Disneyland, Harry Potter Studios,
Universal Studios, Legoland or at the Lost World of Tambun.
Hari Raya is a solemn and important religious holiday, which marks
the end of Ramadan, a month of empathy for the poor. It is signified by
acts of charity, discipline, self-control, special prayers, patience,
abstinence and forging a stronger bond with God. In the balik kampung exodus, individuals return
home to share this special day with parents and family members. People
seek forgiveness, and in typical Malaysian fashion, the doors of the
family home are thrown open to receive friends and relatives - the "open
house". Many people also pay their respects at the graves of deceased
Malaysiakini : “Most countries have only few honest politicians and this is just like having a body with only few good organs functioning!” – Mehmet Murat İldan
COMMENT | Wee Ka Siong’s allegation
that moves are being made “to unseat the sole Chinese opposition MP
from MCA and to prevent him from raising issues pertinent to the Chinese
and the multi-racial Malaysian community” is worth considering in this
so-called post-racial milieu that Pakatan Harapan is pushing. The voting patterns of the Chinese
community and the vilification of
the MCA online points to the near impossible task for the party to
effectively mount a counter-narrative as the ‘Chinese opposition' in
Parliament. As for the allegation that this is an attempt to unseat Wee, I think
there is some truth in that. However, this is not some dastardly plan,
but rather politics as usual. In the new paradigm, every effort has to
be made to destroy the ‘Chinese’ oppositional representation in
Parliament, because what would be left is only the ‘Malay opposition’.
Warning ! Very graphic and disturbing - Woman swallowed by 7m-long giant python in Indonesia
Straits Times : MAKASSAR, INDONESIA (AFP) - An Indonesian woman has been found in the belly of a giant python after the swollen snake was captured near where she vanished while tending her vegetable garden, police said on Saturday (June 16).
The body of 54-year-old Wa Tiba was found on Friday when villagers cut open the 7m-long python, which was found bloated in the village of Persiapan Lawela on the island of Muna, offshore of Sulawesi.
"Residents were suspicious the snake swallowed the victim, so they killed it, then carried it out of the garden," said local police chief Hamka, who like many Indonesians has only one name. Read it all here...........
Ghettoising foreign workers should not be a Harapan agenda - By Commander S THAYAPARAN (Retired) Royal Malaysian Navy
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Malaysiakini : “They act like they have a licence to rape. What kind of action
will be taken? This will become worse,” he said without providing any
proof to back up his allegation.” - Pertubuhan Rapat Malaysia president A Rajaretinam
COMMENT | Persatuan Rapat Malaysia made this statement
two years ago when the then Malaysian government was intending to bring
in 1.5 million Bangladeshi workers to solve whatever problem we had
with cheap labour that year. This was shelved for whatever reason, and
Malaysians went on with their blissful lives free from the insidious
crimes perpetrated by foreign workers.
Go to certain sections of Kuala Lumpur (a city built by "pendatangs"
then and now) and you would be a foreigner in this country. This, of
course, is not "their" fault. The anti-pendatang narratives of the
former regime and the dodgy post-racial narratives of Pakatan Harapan
mean that nobody is interested in tackling our dependence on foreign
labour in anything but xenophobic narratives and strategies.
Acclaimed Malaysian author Tash Aw, writing an opinion piece for the New York Times
two years ago, rightly pointed out that crimes involving foreign
workers – citing government statistics of 2013 – only accounted for one
percent of the national average. This does not take into account the
crimes committed by people who traffic in cheap labour or the apathy of
the general public of the criminal conditions foreign workers are
exposed to while helping build this country or provide us with whatever
entitlements we think we deserve.
Sacking the IGP is only part of the solution - By Commander S THAYAPARAN (Retired) Royal Malaysian Navy
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Malaysiakini : “The reality is that we do not wash our own laundry - it just gets dirtier.” – Frank Serpico, the man who exposed police corruption in New York
COMMENT | I have no idea if the Singapore Straits Timesarticle
is credible and if the top cop and the rest of the petty fiefdoms in
the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) are about to get their night of the
long knives. I sincerely hope so. I really pity those cops who actually attempt to do some good on the
job. Not only have they got to deal with a hostile public but they have
to watch their backs when it comes to their comrades.
Some folks think that replacing or sacking the inspector-general of
police (IGP) would go some way in resolving the issues that plague the
PDRM but this action - part-punitive and part-reform - is merely the
first step on the long arduous road to reforming the PDRM. The reality is that the person who replaces the IGP must want to
reform the police force and chances are that this cosmetic change of
replacing an unpopular IGP will not do anything to ensure that we have a
police force and not, as some would argue, a uniformed division of
Someone once asked me what the atmosphere is like in the PDRM. This
as a professional who served in the state security apparatus and having
close links – at one time – with the PDRM. I said, imagine ‘Serpico’ but
without the Frank Serpico. When I talk about corruption in the PDRM, I
am not talking about the “duit kopi” stuff that average Malaysians are
exposed to. No, I am talking about the multi-million, perhaps billion-ringgit
criminal enterprises which range from drugs to human trafficking. That
is the foundation of police corruption in this country and which acts as
a filtering system for recruits into the upper echelons of the criminal