Mahathir admonishes Chinese in Malaysia for seeking political dominance, told them to just focus on economy

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has stirred controversy with a Facebook post, suggesting that Chinese Malaysians are aiming to politically dominate the country, which could lead to disparity in government administration, despite their crucial economic contributions.

Zafrul vows to roll out the red carpet ‘from airport to hotel’ if Dr M’s RM500 billion investment claim is valid

The Malaysian Minister for Investment, Trade, and Industry (MITI) Tengku Zafrul, seeks details on investors interested in a staggering RM500 billion Langkawi investment. If true, the government will certainly “roll out the red carpet from the airport to the hotel” to welcome them, he said. Tengku Zafrul emphasizes the significance, surpassing Malaysia’s highest investment ever approved at RM309 billion annually.

Two Malaysian former PMs, Tun M and Muhyiddin Yassin met up to establish cooperation for the Malay Proclamation agenda

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad met with Muhyiddin Yassin, the Chairman of the National Alliance, to collaborate on the Malay Proclamation agenda. This meeting, held on Tuesday (4 Jul) night, marks their first encounter since the Sheraton Move in 2020. The primary focus of the meeting was to advance the agenda of the movement and strengthen the position of the Malay community.

Mahathir claims promoting multiculturalism contradicts Malaysian Constitution

Former Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad vehemently argued that the promotion of a multicultural country contradicts Malaysia’s Constitution, which places significant emphasis on Malayness. At 97 years old, Dr. M further alleged that Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim is compelled to align with the Democratic Action Party’s manifesto, which seeks to transform Malaysia into a multicultural nation and replace Islam with secularism as the official religion.

Two Malaysian former PMs, Tun M and Muhyiddin Yassin ready to join force once again

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir Mohamad has stated his willingness to collaborate with National Alliance Chairman Muhyiddin Yassin to fight for the welfare of Malays, despite their past political conflicts. His statement follows a three-year fallout post the collapse of the Pakatan Harapan government. In response, Muhyiddin welcomed Mahathir’s statement, affirming his readiness to collaborate with Malay and Islamic leaders. Both leaders emphasize the need for unity and to reject corruption for the betterment of Malays.

Malaysia former PM files RM150 million defamation lawsuit against Anwar Ibrahim

Former Malaysian premier, Mahathir Mohamad, has filed a defamation lawsuit against Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim for RM150 million (33.7 million USD) over “slanderous” accusations of enriching himself and his family during his time in power.

97-yr-old Mahathir fails to defend seat in Langkawi, loses his election deposit

LANGKAWI, MALAYSIA — Dr Mahathir Mohamad failed to defend his seat in…

Dr Mahathir says, “many people are busy campaigning” in response to empty seats at PEJUANG’s rally

SABAH, MALAYSIA — Viral videos and photos on social media showed an…

M’sia Slim state by-election: Pejuang files police report against gov’t Human Resources Ministry over alleged “vote-buying” in exchange for jobs for voters

A representative of Parti Pejuang Tanah Air’s (Pejuang) Amir Khusyairi Mohamad Tanusi,…