World leaders, including Malaysia's prime minister, were selective in their criticisms of nation-states at the recent UN General Assembly.
Here's some food for thought: If we cane a homosexual a hundred times, would the act of caning turn that homosexual into a heterosexual?
Are Malaysians left to believe that for decades, these two leaders took the country for a ride and only spoke against each other to stay in power?
#UndiRosak supporters have been labelled immature and even brain-damaged, but what about political leaders who quibble over rice vs quinoa and the supply of free plastic bags?
The DAP leader says Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar is championing fishermen and criticising the reclamation in Penang but has remained silent on projects in other states that affect fishermen and the environment.
A Modern Tokyo Times report says Malaysia and the OIC are forgetting the elephant in the room: the large number of Muslims being ‘butchered’ by Muslims in Yemen and elsewhere.
MCA Religious Harmony Bureau chairman says former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad should be the last person to talk about party principles.
Pro-Umno blogs say former premier has sacrificed his honour and principles in his hour of desperation.