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Just about enough for a ‘VP’ doggie biscuit?

October 21, 2010


I view with incredulity Zaid Ibrahim’s latest unkind salvo against Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), which I sometimes think he forgets is the party he currently belongs to and is in running for Deputy President. It is very irresponsible and even malicious for him to suggest that PKR seems to be a one issue party – […]

What does this mean for PKR in Sabah?

October 18, 2010


“The outgoing national vice president stressed that his struggle had “never been about party posts or positions”. It had always been and would continue to be about Sabah and Sarawak rights and autonomy, he added. “This is a struggle that cuts across the political divide in Sabah and Sarawak and it could do without any […]

All cut from the same cloth

October 8, 2010


UMNO says these were not their boys. PKR says the same of these.

Of coffee tables, sofas and spycams

October 3, 2010


For as long as I know, it has been fashionable for those who have arrived, be it in the corporate world, or the world of politics, to have in their plush office a sofa set matching in its quality with the rest of the furniture and fittings. On the accompanying coffee table, perhaps a decorative […]

Oh God, Jibby is still talking @#$% !!!

October 3, 2010


Najib said the solution to social problems undermining the strength of the Malays was the participation of Malay youngsters in silat – Malaysiakini “As such, we have to make the Malay youngsters excel in silat in the 21st century”. Dumbass! Is your son practising silat in London? “I consider silat as one of the important […]

Indeed, who’s wolfing sheepishly in PKR land?

September 25, 2010


Commentator My2cen drew my attention to this letter to Malaysiakini. Who, indeed?

Dr M’s nightmare : Who runs Malaysia? Najib or Singapore?

September 18, 2010


On 18th June, last year, Andrew Ong of Malaysiakini asked, in relation to the just concluded 8-day visit by Lee Kuan Yew to Malaysia :  Just why did the senior statesman need a one-to-one meeting with the first lady? Why, indeed? A little under two years before Kuan Yew met Rosmah, one P. Balasubramaniam, the […]