Tag: Semenyih

Is Barisan Nasional ready to retake Putrajaya ?

By Aathi Shankar THE 16th American President Abraham Lincoln (1861–1865) once famously said: “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some...

UMNO-PAS will win the next general election

By Murray Hunter The national unity charter signed last month by long-time political adversaries Parti Islam se-Malaysia (PAS) and the United Malays National Organization (UMNO)...

Rosmah Mansor did not purchase pink diamond

It was the stone that rocked the nation. It became the national symbol for corruption, the sign of opulence and while the people starved,...

Clare Rewcastle-Brown implicated in an alleged money laundering scandal.

Clare Rewcasle-Brown is caught in a web of deceit of her own creation. During the Semenyih by-election, the Pakatan Harapan campaign was about the...

Politics is not a game

By Janice Fredah Ti We have been told of late that politics is a game – power game, number game, game of the elites..….etc etc...

Will Nazri be the straw that broke Barisan Nasional (BN)?

Nazri’s racially-tinted remarks during the Semenyih by-election was part of a long line of arrogant comments made against the BN partners. As such, it...
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