Press Statement – Religious sensitivities must be respected by everyone – visitor and citizen alike

The on-going raging debates and objections being registered by concerned Malaysians over the Islamic scholar Dr Zakir Naik’s planned talks on comparative religion deserves level headed responses and prudent decisions.

The Inspector General of police who is our nation’s vanguard and custodian for national security and peace has responsibly and rightly so indicated that there is no compromise when it comes to safeguarding peace and upholding the Constitutional rights of all citizens of every religion. He does not want the speaker to cause havoc. Continue reading “Press Statement – Religious sensitivities must be respected by everyone – visitor and citizen alike”

Mindsets for Change

Thoughts, feelings and intentions are important in our lives. These are like generators that pump drive in us as we chart a course to keep moving forward.

In a time when the world is facing unprecedented challenges, millions of people around the world are re-engineering their hopes. Thoughts, feelings and intentions are proving to be powerful incentives to face these challenges. Continue reading “Mindsets for Change”

Gong Xi Fa Chai 2016

As all Malaysian Chinese join family and friends to welcome the Year of the Fire Red Monkey, I wish every Malaysian and especially our Malaysian Chinese a Peaceful, Progressive and Prosperous Chinese New Year.

PPP has taken the challenge to transform with the times. We have rightly re-branded the ‘old’ PPP with the ‘new’ myPPP with Peace, Progress and Prosperity being our hallmark and rightly registers our quest in the best interest of all Malaysians. Continue reading “Gong Xi Fa Chai 2016”

Uncalled for whining by MIC

The published news (Malaysiakini, Dec 14, 2015) about MIC central working committee member S Vell Paari reprimanding myPPP president M Kayveas on the latter’s speech at MyPPP’s recent annual general meeting is not only uncalled for but certainly sounds like a schoolboy threat.

As a party president Kayveas has every right, duty and honour to convey his members’ concerns at the AGM. It is not about spilling complaints in the public domain. MIC leaders should know better than to poke their fingers into another political party’s AGM, to begin with. Continue reading “Uncalled for whining by MIC”