THE TAMIL DILEMMA

If the Tamils of Malaysia seriously wish to improve the condition of their community and enhance the opportunities available to them, they have to engage firstly in a little introspection of themselves. It is not as if they are altogether deprived any more than say the rural Malays who also deprived of economic and educational … Continue reading

BLESS ME FATHER FOR I HAVE SINNED

THE CHRISTIANS WANT A THEOCRACY NOT A DEMOCRACY The entry of the Catholic Church once more into the volatile, contentious and highly divisive anti government crusade led by an incredulous foreign funded Bersih, raises once more the unwelcome spectre of  interference with the doctrine of the division of church and state. More dangerously Bishop Bernard … Continue reading

Can the King Sack his Prime Minister

IS THE KING A CAPTIVE OF THE PRIME MINISTER- PARLIAMENT IS SOVEREIGN Tun Dr. Mahathir’s allegations that the Yang Di Pertuan Agung (the King)being held captive to the prime minister of Malaysia Datuk Seri Najib Razak is mischievous, irresponsible and an untenable claim without proper legal or factual foundation. The Federal constitution (Constitution) of Malaysia … Continue reading

DAP Split Very Real

NOT LIKE FATHER NOT LIKE SON Lim Guan Eng and his father the DAP elder statesman Lim Kit Siang have been handed an unprecedented opportunity on a silver platter to achieve what they have coveted for so long, were never able to achieve in opposition and unlikely ever to in the future. The DAP under … Continue reading

Beijing at War with Singapore

Singapore has over the past few years been at the forefront of advancing America’s ultra right wing self serving policies and interests in the region. Singapore threw its weight behind Bersih and other destructive forces in Malaysia on account of Malaysia’s government not kow towing to the US’s plans for ‘containing’ China in the region. … Continue reading