Gambar lucah, ugutan rogol dan perkakas MCA yang begitu lembik dan dayus

May 12, 2012 at 1:48 pm 55 comments

Dua hari lepas, Rockybru menulis bahawa seorang rakan blogger kami Dave telah menerima panggilan telefon yang mengancam keselamatan dirinya hanya gara-gara posting yang dibuat beliau tentang Bersih.

“Anyway, heavy breathing and veiled warnings are de rigeur modus operandi for politicians and their aides on both sides of the divide,” balas seorang pembaca Rocky manakala seorang lagi menambah, “It all comes with the territory”.

Sehubungan itu tetapi kes yang berasingan, banyak laporan polis juga telah pernah dibuat terhadap sebuah blog lucah suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com yang bertindak memalsukan gambar serta memfitnah ramai politikus BN dan orang pro-kerajaan.

Blog suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com inilah yang menggelar ketua Wanita MCA Pulau Pinang Tan Cheng Liang sebagai “Chulia Street prostitute“.

Di samping itu, suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com pun sudah sekian lama ‘stalking’ (mengganggu-gugat) Joceline Tan, iaitu kolumnis suratkhabar The Star.

Baru-baru ini pada 2 Mei 2012, suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com mensasarkan saya untuk kali keduanya [screenshot bawah -- gambar-gambar bogel ditapis dengan kaedah pixelation (dikabur) oleh saya].

Berikut ialah ugutan yang ditujukan suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com kepada Joceline dan saya:

“THIS TAXIDERIVER shall take you to bed and have his way with you
I will make you ache, shake, sweat until you moan and groan.
I will make you beg for mercy, beg for me to stop.
I will exhaust you to the point that you will be relieved when I’m finished with you.
And, when I am finished, you will be weak for days.
All my love,

WATCH REALTIME VIDEO”

Saya telah dimaklumkan oleh blogger tersebut sendiri melalui beberapa trackback dari blognya suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com kepada blog saya.

Screenshot dashboard admin http://helenang.wordpress.com (bawah)

Selain membentangkan gambar wajah Joceline dan saya, halaman suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com tersebut juga memaparkan babak-babak video seks Dr Chua Soi Lek, dan gambar para pragawati – gadis-gadis sedang bertepuk tangan – yang telah hadir di perhimpunan agung Pemuda MCA tahun lepas sebagai wakil ‘pemerhati’.

Sebelum itu, pada pertengahan October 2011, Beliawanis MCA membuat laporan kepada Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia (MCMC) bahawa blog suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com telah menindihkan atau superimpose wajah gadis-gadis molek tersebut ke atas gambar wanita bogel.

Gambar lucah yang diubahsuai (doctored) tersebut kemudian disiarkan dalam sebuah posting di suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com yang bertajuk ‘MCA Sugar Daddy’s cadre of virgin bodyguards, to prostitute for Umno’.

Kita harus berwaspada terhadap gejala penyokong pembangkang menampakkan keghairahan melempar tuduhan bahawa sesiapa yang menentang mereka, mahu tak mahu, wajib dicop “pelacur Umno”.

Selang beberapa bulan, suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com mengaibkan ketua Beliawanis MCA pula, mengikut laporan Utusan MalaysiaSiasat blog kaitkan Ketua Beliawanis dengan imej lucah‘ (14 April 2012).

Sebelum itu pada 1 April 2012, suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com juga menyiarkan sebuah posting bertajuk ‘Come let’s gang bang Helen Ang’ (baca SINI).

Meskipun wanita-wanita muda dari MCA disergah dan dicerca oleh stalker, namun suratkhabar MCA, iaitu The Star tidak mengambil endah.

(screenshot bawah) Carian Google atas ketua Beliawanis ‘Tee Hooi Ling’ menunjukkan dua mukasurat hasil carian – 10 keputusan setiap satu mukasurat – menyenaraikan rencana-rencana popular yang muncul apabila nama beliau di-Google.

Hasil carian atas ‘Tee Hooi Ling’ merujuk pembaca online paling kerap ke laman-laman sesawang berikut (susunan tangga pertama hingga tangga ke-20):

  1. thexblogbm.blogspot.com
  2. http://www.facebook.com/hltee
  3. http://helenang.wordpress.com/2012/04/14/lu-bukan-cantik-apa-pasal-orang-mau-bogelkan-you/
  4. helenang.wordpress.com/tag/tee-hooi-ling
  5. http://www.nst.com.my
  6. http://www.asiaone.com
  7. politic.cari.com.my
  8. suarabawahtanah.com
  9. malaysiansmustknowthetruth.blogspot.com
  10. malaysiaonlinetoday.wordpress.com
  11. forum.lowyat.net
  12. http://www.mca.org.my
  13. suarabawahtanah.com
  14. shafienor.blogspot.com
  15. http://www.mca-selangor.org.my
  16. http://malaysiannews.info
  17. politic.cari.com.my
  18. http://www.bonology.com
  19. malaysia-chronicle.com
  20. http://www.utusan.com.my

Media yang melaporkan tentang pengalaman perit Tee Hooi Ling termasuklah NST, Asia One, Malaysia Chronicle dan Utusan sementara kekalutan yang dialami beliau turut menjadi topik perbincangan di forum Lowyat, Politic Cari, aggregator Bonology dan juga di blog saya. 

Amat signifikan untuk diperhatikan: The Star tidak ada dalam senarai Top 20. Ini kerana akhbar tersebut langsung tidak prihatin kepada dugaan yang dihadapi Hooi Ling.

Rencana Star yang berkenaan, ‘Beliawanis MCA files report over alleged smearing‘ adalah pendek — hanya 127 patah perkataan.

Tengok sahaja pada keputusan carian (yang saya buat baru sebentar tadi) di arkib Star.

Walaupun Hooi Ling menyandang jawatan ketua Beliawanis MCA, iaitu lebih kurang sama taraf ketua Puteri Umno, namun beliau hanya diberi liputan seciput oleh akhbar tersebut, semua sekali 24 buah rencana.

Bandingkan dengan carian arkib atas ‘Hannah Yeoh’ yang membuahkan hasil keputusan 657 rencana.

Mari kita meninjau dengan lebih terperinci apa jenis liputan yang diberikan The Star kepada Hannah Yeoh.

Antara lainnya, The Star mengatakan “appearance [Hannah] is pleasant and charming”, “she is well groomed” serta mempunyai “a glowing complexion”.

Gambar dari ‘The Star’

The Star memberitahu para pembacanya bahawa Hannah memiliki 50-lebih pasang anting-anting dan subang — “if there is one thing I am crazy about, it would be earrings” akhbar itu memetik Hannah sebagai berkata.

The Star memberitahu para pembacanya bahawa:

“Subang Jaya MP Hannah Yeoh has been groomed from an early age to lead by example”

Everyone soon realised she is “capable and don’t have any hidden agendas except to serve the people of Subang Jaya”

Di bawah ialah satu lagi screenshot rencana yang tipikal tentang Hannah yang sering diterbitkan oleh The Star.

Sebenarnya Star memberikan Hannah saturation coverage (nama Hannah tak lekang dari bibir akhbar itu).

Hannah Yeoh beranak boleh dijadikan berita penting oleh The Star.

Hannah Yeoh kuat mentweet pun dijadikan bahan promosi oleh The Star baru-baru ini.

Bulan lepas MCA Kelana Jaya telah membuat laporan polis terhadap Hannah Yeoh dengan mendakwa Adun Subang Jaya itu memfitnah timbalan Menteri Dalam Negeri Lee Chee Leong.

Lee dituduh Hannah sebagai cuba membeli undi dengan menawarkan hak kewarganegaraan sebagai umpan.

Walaupun Lee Chee Leong ialah orang MCA, dan dalam pada itu seorang berpangkat Pak Menteri, namun The Star tidak membuat apa-apa liputan apabila pegawai perhubungan Kelana Jaya MCA Ong Chong Swen pergi ke balai untuk membuat laporan polis.

Sebaliknya, ianya NST (akhbar pesaing The Star) yang memberitakan perkara Hannah disiasat polis. [Ruj. ‘Subang rep called in by police‘ / NST, 22 April 2012).

NST melaporkan:

“Subang Jaya assemblyman Hannah Yeoh was called in by the police to assist in investigations over an allegation that she had slandered the MCA. The DAP representative arrived at the SS17 police station here at 10.15am yesterday to give her statement.”

Kenapa The Star tidak melaporkan hal rombongan MCA bertandang ke balai untuk membuat laporan polis terhadap Hannah walhal media lain ada lapor.

Kenapa juga The Star tidak melaporkan butir Hannah Yeoh dipanggil polis untuk disoalsiasat? Suratkhabar-suratkhabar lain boleh lapor tetapi The Star seolah-olah sengaja mahu menenggelamkan berita negatif ini demi menjaga imej baik Hannah.

Imej seorang timbalan menteri MCA menjadi mangsa persepsi buruk ekoran tuduhan-tuduhan Hannah tidak dipedulikan oleh akhbar MCA itu. Memang dunia terbalik.

Sampai hari ini – sudah tiga minggu berlalu – namun The Star masih belum membuat apa-apa laporan susulan yang mampu menyediakan peluang kepada timbalan menteri itu untuk membersihkan namanya yang telah dicemar oleh Hannah.

Juga kenapa The Star tidak membuat follow-up tentang kes pemalsuan gambar lucah Tee Hooi Ling? Kepincangan ini membayangkan Star sebenarnya tidak ada minat pada orang MCA.

Sebaliknya minat Star terhadap Hannah Yeoh masih mendalam. Malah beberapa hari lepas, iaitu pada 4 Mei 2012, satu lagi rencana berjudul ‘Protect our kids‘ diterbitkan The Star telah banyak memberi publisiti dan pujian kepada Hannah.

Seorang veteran MCA di kubu utara DAP diserang sebagai “Chulia Street prostitute” tetapi The Star tidak berusaha untuk membela nasib bekas Adun Wanita MCA itu yang diberi jolokan menghina “ayam betina tua” dalam bahasa Hokkien oleh DAPster-DAPster.

The Star – yang dalam diam-diam melindungi politikus DAP (umpamanya meremehkan berita tuduhan Hannah memfitnah) – tidak kisah untuk membiarkan MCA diumpat, diherdik, disepak terajang dan dibelasah DAP. The Star dengan selamba buat tak tahu (sila baca SINI.)

Seorang wartawan kanan The Star Joceline Tan diserang habis-habisan di alam maya tetapi akhbar tersebut tidak berusaha menangkis pelbagai tohmahan yang dilontarkan terhadapnya.

Sekurang-kurangnya The Star boleh cuba membendung budaya serangan agresif pembangkang melalui mana-mana ruangan pojok ataupun lidah pengarang akhbar tersebut, tetapi tidak.

Sekiranya The Star – yang dianggap orangramai sebagai suara MCA – enggan bersuara untuk mempertahankan maruah Tan Cheng Liang, Tee Hooi Ling, Jessie Ooi, Joceline Tan, gadis-gadis wakil pemerhati MCA serta begitu ramai lagi ahli wanita atau kakitangan parti tersebut, maka kalian harus membuat kesimpulan wajar bahawa MCA sebuah parti yang paling tidak bertanggungjawab dan dayus.

These MCA women have come under such vicious attacks but yet the party and its purported mouthpiece has not lifted a finger to help or protect them.

Kurang upaya MCA – tuanpunya alat acuh tak acuh Star itu – untuk melindungi kaum wanitanya memperlihatkan kebaculan yang amat memalukan sekali.

Sekiranya MCA sendiri pun tidak mengambil berat tentang kebajikan ahli-ahli perempuannya, apakan daya MCA menghulur bantuan kepada kaum Hawa secara umum?

What kind of men cannot protect their own women?!

Kumpulan Beliawanis, Jessie Ooi (duduk kanan)

Sistas doing it for themselves

Beliawanis MCA telah mengeluarkan satu kenyataan akhbar seperti di bawah:

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11 Oct 2011: Beliawanis MCA strongly condemns the blatant violation of rights of women and insult of young women in politics by irresponsible political parties. We are extremely disappointed with the remarks and comments in social media that insult the character and dignity of young women who took part in the recently concluded MCA Youth Annual General Meeting.

The degrading remarks by the opposition over the week have hurt the feelings of women in Malaysia. The remarks have caused much distress and emotional anguish among young women involved who are now being exploited by opportunists for their political mileage. We demand that they stop the offensive and deplorable comments. We demand that they stop demeaning women.

Beliawanis MCA is also gravely disturbed by the recent postings in Suara Keadilan Malaysia blog <www.suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com/mca-sugar-daddys-cadre-virgin-women-bodyguards-to-prostitute-for-umno> which depicts lewd and pornographic images of women and linking young women’s participation in politics.

We are appalled by the dirty tactic employed by the irresponsible parties who stooped to such low methods to further their political agenda. Beliawanis MCA hereby demand for the posting to be removed from Suara Keadilan Malaysia blog and a public apology from the author.

Beliawanis MCA is also disappointed by the fact that women leaders in Pakatan Rakyat have not stepped up to condemn the barrage of derogatory remarks in both print and online media. We are upset that these leaders who claimed to represent women’s voice and sought fair, just and equal society have been silent and thus indirectly condones such below-the-belt attacks on women. …

Beliawanis MCA is also dismayed that Gan Pei Nei, [PKR] State Assemblywoman for Rawang and Lee Khai Loon, PKR Youth Information Chief have yet to respond to calls for them to apologize and retract their statements last week which also insulted and hurt the feelings of young women in MCA.

<UNQUOTE>

Walaupun kupasan ini oleh Beliawanis MCA bertepatan kepada keadaan, suasana dan perkembangan politik tanahair semasa, namun The Star tidak mahu menyiarkannya.

Beliawanis MCA, dalam kenyataan mereka di atas menuntut supaya Adun PKR Gan Pei Nei meminta maaf kerana memperli dan menyinggung perasaan wanita-wanita muda dalam parti lawan MCA.

Cuba kita tengok pentas yang diberikan Star kepada ketua Beliawanis MCA Tee Hooi Ling berbanding dengan Gan Pei Nei.

Keputusannya: Tee Hooi Ling 24, Gan Pei Nei 501

Tak usah The Star berselindung lagi. Tukar sahaja nama kepada The Rockette atau suarakeadilanmalaysianfirst. Kan senang?

Kera di hutan gak disusukan, anak di rumah dok dibiarkan.

Apa jenis laki yang tak reti jaga pompuannya?

Kalau melihat kepada alat perkasas milik MCA, yakni The Star, ia membayangkan kepada kita bahawa parti itu apa? Dayus? Bacul?

Hannah Yeoh dilaporkan The Star sebagai menegur pegawai kanan perkhidmatan awam kerana tidak menghadiri sidang DUN Selangor.

The Star memetik Hannah sebagai berkata:

“Senior officers must attend the sittings and not give it a miss. Most of the time we see that the senior officers are missing from their seats.”

Boleh tak pengarang-pengarang Star – yang menjadi pengikut-pengikut Twitter Hannah Yeoh itu – sila tolong selidik soalan ini: ‘Cuba teka siapa Adun S’gor yang malas sekali‘.

Periuk mengata cerek hitam neh. “Lackadaisical” government officers must attend the sittings and not give it a miss, konon.

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What kind of ‘Journalism’ does The Hosanna Star practise, pray tell?

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55 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Joe  |  May 12, 2012 at 4:17 pm

    Sendiri ponteng assembly session, want to tegur other people pulak…

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  • 2. badtamperman  |  May 12, 2012 at 7:39 pm

    The Star editors have been hypnotized by Hannah Yeo’s beauty and charms!! Hahaha.. The Star will eventually moving to the PR’s side. Who is their latest columnist right now? No other than Marina Mahathir!. Luckily that Nurul Izzah is too dumbfounded to write any article except “karangan sekolah” if not we can see her mind stupidity. Both of those girls (Hannah & Izzah) are really “malas”.

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    • 3. gratitude  |  May 12, 2012 at 8:22 pm

      We have the greatest of respect for Tun Mahathir
      Its a shame that his daughter went to the dark side(under guile of righteousness).

      Whatever it is, she has her own mind and opinion. And can choose.

      Isn’t that proof enough that democracy and right of opinion is alive and well in Malaysia?

      Bersih konon.
      Bah….!!

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    • 4. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  May 13, 2012 at 9:11 am

      “The Star will eventually move to PR’s side”. Sorry, but truth be told, The Star moved to PR’s side a long time ago. All there is left is for The Star to officially say that it is the Opposition’s paper.

      Marina Mahathir is vastly overrated. Yet people still pay attention to what she writes and says. As for Nurul Izzah, well, the less said, the better.

      As for Hannah Yeoh, she’s also overrated, both intellectually and in terms of looks, Intellectually, she has the intelligence of a dingo, after all, she graduated from an Aussie university, that land of the dingos.

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      • 5. Helen Ang  |  May 13, 2012 at 10:31 am

        The Star is a pathetic split personality.

        Some of its very top news editors doubtless are genuine establishment types.

        Some of its more astute writers (but how many Jocelines can there be?) are critical thinkers but the ones that write somewhat critically (Baradan is one example) of Pakatan are often thrown stones.

        On certain topics, The Star necessarily has to toe the line, e.g. Bersih.

        On certain others, The Star has to take orders, like the CSL-LGE debate.

        After all, it is MCA that pays their salary — (carma) cari makan ma.

        But even journalists have the freedom of personal allegiances (DAP) or personal fawning (like for Hasnah Yeop or MM) b’cos at the end of the day, MCA is still more democratic than DAP.

        Some publications are more consistent in their character. Say The Economist: from cover to back, their corporate identity is evenly reflected in the magazine content.

        Whereas in The Star, it’s patchy. What Ahmad Ibrahim calls “subversion” is the pro-DAP content sneaked in,

        be it in the form of slant (extolling Saint Hannah), emphasis (or alternatively playing down, like the short, unsympathetic 127-word article on Tee Hooi Ling), omission (Wanita MCA and Beliawanis almost invisible compared to their Pakatan counterparts) or reporters urging their audience to read between the lines.

        The upshot is that the employer (Huaren Holdings, Star majority shareholder that is MCA’s investment arm) can buy from the staff their services but not their souls. The Chinese / English-speaking Indian souls belong to DAP.

        Hence what we see is the split personality in The Star. Obviously “orders from the top” (i.e. MCA) do not micro-manage the daily output of The Star but only vet the political stories on the front page and important BN issues.

        Consequently, the Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde mood swings of the paper. Which results in the blackout of news (1) bugger MCA lah — not bothering to report on Tee Hooi Ling’s travails) & (2) protect DAP — the deliberate silence about the police investigation on Hannah Yeoh wrt the allegation of fitnah against her.

        Kinda pathetic that the paper is not able to be what it wants to be — a ‘freedom fighter’ in the opposition ranks. Kinda sad to see the paper coping with having its secret ambition stifled.

        Thus poor Star is falling between two stools.

        On the one hand, DAPsters are calling for its boycott b’cos the paper due to its ownership, has been unable to shake off the perception of itself as an MCA mouthpiece.

        On the other hand, its pro-DAP undertones (inasmuch as the sympathizers can push the envelope) may not be realised or appreciated by the DAPster constituency.

        Sad.

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      • 6. OverseasBumi  |  May 14, 2012 at 1:10 am

        This comment probably explains why you are no longer in the newspaper biz.

        The Star obviously wants to sell newspapers. Of course, they must write to appeal to their readers. It’s not a matter of ‘split personality’. Their readers are changing, so they must change as well. It’s just common sense to do it gradually. They test the waters by printing a few articles that are anti-establishment, a few others that are pro-establishment and then they sprinkle a picture or two of pork chops every once in a while to see who objects!

        And for you to compare theStar with the Economist– what a joke! Using a venerable publication such as the Economist for comparison certainly makes you an elitist. I wonder why the opposition hasn’t accused you of being one already!? Instead they use the tired ol’ papagomo-like tactics.

        Am I having a split personality for pointing this out? No, I just point out what’s logical.
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        “they sprinkle a picture or two of pork chops” to test the waters … LOL. — Helen

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  • 7. gratitude  |  May 12, 2012 at 7:55 pm

    This is typical of the opposition strategy

    a) gangsterical, below the belt style(figuratively and literally) and take no prisoners method

    b) infiltration sun tzu style.-destroy opponents from within.
    Seelah they have so many tentacles everywhere. Whether its funded or not nobody knows-if funded they must have a deep pocket

    c) good media painting method. Good public image.
    Never do anything, no contribution never mind so long the media hype the politician up.

    Surely their motto would be its the end that counts not the means.

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    • 8. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  May 13, 2012 at 9:14 am

      To summarize what you’ve just said gratitute, the Opposition’s method is based on infiltration and subversion.

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      • 9. gratitude  |  May 13, 2012 at 10:48 am

        Thanks AI

        Infiltration is very effective and very very much employed by them.

        Look at what Tenagita is trying to do to our nation.

        Also bar council, PAS Erdogan, teachers to be(UPSI), varsity students. Who knows, the extent of infiltration by these samseng politik maybe wide

        Recall the poker bluff of taking over of Putrajaya on 16/9/2008. Perhaps it was via infiltration of turncoats MP.

        Infiltration may also require continuous flow of money.
        Guess where it comes from?

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  • 10. Pak Ard  |  May 12, 2012 at 11:44 pm

    Tajam sungguh perkataan “bacul” tu dek Helen…bukan hanya MCA bacul, UMNO dan parti komponen lain pun sama saja…BN gagal dari sudut ini…syok sendiri,…buat kerja sendiri-sendiri,…acuh tak acuh kepada persekitaran semasa,…kegagalan yang mereka tempah sendiri,…bukan kerana pembangkang itu lebih baik, tetapi mereka yang gagal melihat….Pak Ard cuma inginkan kerajaan yang lebih baik,… PR terlalu baik la pulak,….

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  • 11. iskandar hamdan  |  May 13, 2012 at 12:09 am

    Star, MPH, what do they have in common? They belong to MCA. The other day, I went to MPH Subang Jaya, and what did I find displayed on their window showcase? One book about the possible downfall of BN and another on a book by Syed Husin Ali. That says a lot I guess about what Helen is trying to say about the Star paper.

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  • 12. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  May 13, 2012 at 10:38 am

    Bonjour ! Comment ca va tout le monde. Ou est tout le monde ? Desole a ce sujet, je veux juste pratiquer un peu de Francais ici. L’opposition est dans l’illusion et de detacher de la realite. MCA est deja termine mais pourquoi sommes-nous encore mis l’accent sue eux ? Par la facon dont, at-on lire l’article ecrit par Joceline sur Azmin ? I suis desole, mon Francais est vraiment mauvais. Mes excuses.
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    B’cos I do not want to see MCA “wiped out” as the DAP & their DAPsters keep threatening. — Helen

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    • 13. gratitude  |  May 13, 2012 at 11:21 am

      Helen

      Hei kong mat yeh?

      emhoiyee kong yingmann meh?

      sai sikan cheh….

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      • 14. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  May 13, 2012 at 11:24 am

        Parlez vous Francais gratitute ?

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      • 15. gratitude  |  May 13, 2012 at 11:47 am

        Thanks for the distraction AI

        French is indeed a beautiful language to the ear
        Their ladies are a sight to be behold to the eyes

        If only the opposition could speak French ……
        (to counteract their stench)

        Hmm…

        au revoir, ma cherie

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    • 16. mekyam  |  May 14, 2012 at 2:56 am

      ah monsieur AI, évidemment vous êtes un homme avec de talents variés! :) mais combien de gens qui lisent cet blog d’helen parler français? même helen elle-même a admis qu’elle ne sait pas la langue. peut-être c’est gentil si tout le monde qui écrit dans une langue autre que l’anglais ou malais ici offre également une traduction approximative.

      [terjemahan bm, lebih-kurang: wah encik AI, nampaknya anda adalah seorang yang mempunyai berbagai kebolehan. tetapi berapa ramai pembaca blog helen tahu berbahasa perancis? helen sendiri malah telah menyatakan yg dia tidak tahu bahasa ini. mungkin lebih baik jika sesiapa yang menulis selain drp bahasa inggeris atau melayu di sini sertakan juga terjemahan seadanya.]

      you know, just sayin’… ;)

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      • 17. mekyam  |  May 14, 2012 at 3:33 am

        *should be “ce blog d’helen”. not that anybody cares, i think. i’m just anal like that. :D

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    • 18. OverseasBumi  |  May 14, 2012 at 3:15 am

      Les partisans du BN se sont regardés avec une certaine répugnance par les partisans de LGE. Quand l’opposition version DAP se fut imposée dans la communauté chinoise comme parti politique dominant, le simple soupçon de trahison vous conduisait au bûcher plus sûrement que la croyance dans le parti MCA, devenue à son tour ‘hérésie’.

      Fuck French, elitist assholes most of them. I’ve worked in a French company where they treated all Asians like their colonial subjects.

      To translate:

      BN supporters are regarded with a kind of repugnance by the supporters of LGE. When the DAP version of the opposition became the dominant political party among the Chinese community, the mere suspicion of betrayal would send a person to the burning stake more readily than a belief in MCA, which in turn became a kind of ‘heresy’.

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  • 19. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  May 13, 2012 at 10:44 am

    Actually, there is one question that I would like to ask any readers out there. What’s the daily circulation of The Star anyway ? How many people actually read The Star on a daily basis ? I m always curious that whenever I was at the newsstand, The Star is the most on display, in terms of copies.
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    See bar chart here, and report here. ‘Harian Metro’ is the country’s bestselling paper. — Helen

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  • 20. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  May 13, 2012 at 11:00 am

    Je me demande ce commentaire HuaYong va etre sur votre dernier article. Est-ce qu’il va devenir apologiste DAP a nouveau ?
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    HuaYong may choose to reply you in Chinese. Rojak lah blog saya ni. — Helen

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    • 21. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  May 13, 2012 at 11:16 am

      some readers, like mekyam, might reply to me in french. Plus I don’t think your blog is going to become rojak. Your blog has standard. And thanks Helen, for not editing some of the stuff I wrote on your blog earlier. Merci Helen.

      Reply
      • 22. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  May 13, 2012 at 11:21 am

        oops it should be “not posting some of the stuff I wrote earlier”. Thanks Helen

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      • 23. Joe  |  May 13, 2012 at 11:26 pm

        Rojak sedap apa. Nothing wrong with rojak. Some say the solution to racial polarization is to make the “rojak” population the majority…

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  • 24. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  May 13, 2012 at 11:11 am

    I don’t really get it. Why is Tenaganita involved in all this too ? Isn’t it a non-governmental organization promoting the welfare of foreign workers and other oppressed and poor people in Malaysia ? And Irene Fernandez, as we all know is a member of Bersih’s steering committee. So after Bersih didn’t quite live up to the hype, now smearing the name of the country, saying Malaysia is unsafe for foreign workers, is the next game plan ? If this doesn’t work out, I wonder what’s next ?

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    • 25. gratitude  |  May 13, 2012 at 11:35 am

      Devils under the guise of good.
      Bigger Wolf under kambing skin

      Masking behind perfect terms like Bersih, Keadilan, Rakyat, Democracy, Equality etc. when its all about sabotaging our country so that it would be easier to grab power when rakyat suffer, chaos abounding. Take a good look and you will notice that they never practice these ideal things within their organisations themselves.

      Notice also that their portals have “Malaysian..” prefix?
      If only the Malaysian name can be copyrighted so as to disallow such smearing of our beloved country name.

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    • 26. mekyam  |  May 14, 2012 at 3:05 am

      from where i’m sitting, smearing the name of the country has been the gameplan for some [those who have been alert know who the enemy within are] for quite sometime now.

      i do believe it’s an on-going strategy until a certain objective is achieved. obstructionism is another… :(

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      • 27. mekyam  |  May 14, 2012 at 3:29 am

        *should be “enemies within”.

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  • 28. Melonhead  |  May 13, 2012 at 11:28 am

    Another one of The Star’s promo of God’s gift to the nation Kim Guan Eng…

    http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2012/5/13/nation/11282872&sec=nation

    Seriously? This is news???

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    • 29. Helen Ang  |  May 13, 2012 at 3:30 pm

      OMG, The Star = Buletin Mutiara

      And some more, this article is ranking among the paper’s Most Viewed

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  • 30. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  May 13, 2012 at 11:37 am

    Yes seriously, this is indeed news, for the DAP fanboys and fangirls. They will now say the Caliph of Pinang is noble and just, and they will say “where is BN’s contribution ?”. By the way, when the reckoning is near, the scoundrel (read : DAP) will do just about anything to postpone the inevitable.

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  • 31. MalaysianinNewYork  |  May 13, 2012 at 11:47 am

    I must say Helen, language does not really matter, as we have now probably French and Thai commentors in your blog too.

    Naturally it is one’s own prerogative what language that one desire to use like how you thought why not start something in Malay which is our national language that I believe that each one of us should know besides English which of course is widely used.

    The condescending attitude of a few should not be a deterrent on the cause that we Malaysians pursue or what you intend to provide but understand it should be sidelined for the few summer soldiers and sunshine patriots. Maybe we should start with Sanskrit & Latin as well, what do you think?
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    Like Gratitude, I think it would be ‘distracting’. — Helen

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    • 32. MalaysianinNewYork  |  May 13, 2012 at 12:05 pm

      Maybe the distraction is meant to serves its purpose. All gold is no glitter. Who knows what or how many chameleon lies within one unless you have personally dealt with them besides in the cyber blog.

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      • 33. Helen Ang  |  May 13, 2012 at 1:01 pm

        My blog is a public domain & open for everyone to participate & evaluate content. Unlike ‘protected’ Twitters or blocker Twit or closed Facebook. There is a danger over there of like-minded people only chattering among themselves & no outsider allowed in to counter the incitement.

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    • 34. OverseasBumi  |  May 14, 2012 at 3:27 am

      Who is the Thai commenter? Language aside, I think Helen would agree with me that accuracy is what matters. Which ever language one chooses to communicate in, it’s important to get one’s point across accurately and correctly.

      Helen, I am sure, is a grammar nazi at heart. I am sure if she wanted to, she could lay waste to all the commenters. She’d modify, clarify, edit, redact, and proofread to oblivion all those who can’t meet her standards (if she chose to, of course). It would be a grammatical holocaust.

      I would not be surprised if she (or someone like her) tipped off the opposition about the bad grammar in the new malaysian passport:

      http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2012/04/15/a-passport-to-bad-english/

      Did you know that all Malaysians living abroad have to register with the nearest Malaysian embassy? i was in korea and thailand for years and didn’t even care to find the nearest malaysian embassy let alone register with one.

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      • 35. mekyam  |  May 14, 2012 at 8:11 am

        “Which ever language one chooses to communicate in, it’s important to get one’s point across accurately and correctly.”

        i can’t agree more. and may i add… at the very least, please lah make an effort to write with some coherence. how on earth can anyone engage a person’s points that come across as gibberish with big words and awkward turn-of-phrases thrown in like some garish make-up?

        [*if anyone feels the shoe fits, then the person can safely assume dialah cinderalla! ;) ]

        btw, i checked the newest passport against my old passports. looks like the appalling grammar is only in the recent ones. darn it! ini mesti pegawai2 imigresen baru dgn penguasaan bahasa inggeris yg tak empuk pergi memandai-mandai tukar sebab fikir benda lama semua tak bagus. kepala otak berjambul betullah…

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      • 36. OverseasBumi  |  May 14, 2012 at 12:22 pm

        http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-17528149

        Check out the bad grammar in british documents. We can’t all be perfect like the malaysian opposition.

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  • 37. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  May 13, 2012 at 11:56 am

    gratitute, since when did I become your ma cherie ? ma cherie = my darling. You should say that to someone else. hahaha !

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    • 38. gratitude  |  May 13, 2012 at 12:11 pm

      everyone else is cherie except for one other guy that shares your acronym and his pack of wolves.

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  • 39. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  May 13, 2012 at 12:08 pm

    Helen, since we have Karpal vs Hadi on the Islamic State issue as the latest “drama in town” (read today’s NST), maybe you could write something on it. Too much attention on MCA, Hannah Yeoh, just too exhausting.

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    • 40. Helen Ang  |  May 13, 2012 at 1:42 pm

      “Karpal, the only opposition leader who has consistently voiced out against Pas’ hudud agenda, said it was ‘unfortunate’ that Hadi had been making statements which could damage Pakatan’s prospects of taking over Putrajaya at this critical stage.” — NST today

      Quite ‘unfortunate’ that Karpal is the only one in DAP to voice out. Yet the DAPsters condone their party & PAS sleeping in the same bed with their backs turned to each other — a situation of benefit more to a certain in flagrante delicto De Facto (wakakakaka).

      But the guffawing aside, it’s fun to now watch how Dear Kim’s hatchet men (bloggers) will now attempt justify the DAP in Pakatan position.

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  • 41. Cucu Tulang Padang  |  May 13, 2012 at 2:55 pm

    Dear Helen,

    Manakan mungkin MCA boleh berjuang menandangi isu moral dalam membela Sri Kandi mereka sedangkan mereka sendiri telah memilih untuk diterajui oleh ketua yang sememangnya telah terpalit dgn skandal seks. MCA sedar mereka perlu membersih rumah mereka sendiri sebelum berhak bercakap isu ini kepada orang lain. Hakikat yang pahit ini perlu direnung sendiri oleh Sri Kandi -Sri Kandi MCA akan sebab kenapa tiada pembelaan dari pihak atasan mereka.

    What a joke!…..

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    • 42. gratitude  |  May 13, 2012 at 8:59 pm

      talking about cleaning own house first

      it brings these to mind

      why not Bersih sets on PKR first with respect of their irregular voting?
      And there are also many disciplinary/criminality issue within their fraternity that need more urgent attention to avoid repetition.

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  • 43. Shamshul anuar  |  May 13, 2012 at 4:02 pm

    Cucu tulang padang,

    Sekurang kurang nya Dr Chua berani bertanggungjawab. Dia tidak heret MCA dalam masalah peribadinya. Saya lebih hormat Dr chua dari Anwar atau azmin. Anwar jadikan masalah peribadinya sebagai masalah negara.

    Tadi saya pergi ke Bukit Jalil sempena Karnivel Kerjaya UMNO. Saya lihat puluhan anak muda mengisi borang ahli UMNO.

    Satu renungan untuk kita semua.

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    • 44. gratitude  |  May 13, 2012 at 8:45 pm

      Yeah, they closed off the parking to public wef Friday

      Bravo UMNO
      Stay Strong and United

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  • 45. NadZree  |  May 13, 2012 at 7:42 pm

    Helen

    Forgive me for saying this it not so much PR tetapi pengaruh Gereja saya sudah memerhatikan article dan juga editorial mereka sejak beberapa tahun kebelakangan ini……if u doubt it pls dig further
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    NadZree,

    Pengarang kumpulan Star Wong Chun Wai sendiri mengaku hari ini:

    “… now there is a trend among some Malaysian church leaders and Christian-based writers, who support Pakatan Rakyat, to quote from Scripture to justify the need to vote against the government in the coming general election. This is done during Sunday sermons and via email …” http://thestar.com.my/columnists/story.asp?file=/2012/5/13/columnists/onthebeat/11282560&sec=onthebeat

    Helen

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    • 46. nadzree  |  May 14, 2012 at 1:57 am

      As I mentioned not now or recently…..sudah beberapa tahun kebelakangan ini……

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  • 47. nadzree  |  May 14, 2012 at 2:30 am

    Masalah BESAR dengan Umno ini ia lah para pemimpin serta sanak saudara sudah terlalu bongkak tanpa mengira persekitaran mereka. Kemewahan mereka yang SAYA kira melampau terdedah kepada pengetahuan umum dan ini tidak membantu situasi UMNO.

    Para pemimpin masuk kampong dengan merc,BMW, porch……jadi kesimpulan saya adalah mereka ini bukan saja BODOH tapi BONGKAK saya berharap ada yang menegur mereka supaya tidak terjadi diPRU13 nanti
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    Pemimpin DAP pun dah pakai kereta besar sekarang. — Helen

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    • 48. Ajay  |  May 14, 2012 at 4:59 am

      Maybe want check out in Penang, a new Malay elite class in the form of power and project brokers has emerged in Penang. They hang around Komtar. Before this, they were followers of UMNO driving 10 year old Proton cars. But now that they have jumped ship, they switched to continental cars big house and extra wives. Money knows no boundary in politics, and Lim Guan Eng doesn’t seem to mind about it, as long as money from big time developers keep flowing in.

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    • 49. anai  |  May 14, 2012 at 9:28 am

      Saudara Nadzree sibuk bertanya kenapa orang umno kaya raya sedangkan hakikatnya tidak semua orang Umno itu kaya. Bagaimana pula dengan kemewahan yang dinikmati pemimpin pakatan rakyat seperti azmin & anwar ibrahim sendiri??

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      • 50. NadZree  |  May 15, 2012 at 11:07 am

        Saudara anai,

        Adalah masalah besar apabila pemimpin atau seseorang itu tidak boleh di tegur , akan menjadi masalah lebih besar bila salah ditegur masih tak sedar malah marah pula bak kata orang ‘dah lah bodoh sombong pulak ‘. Fahamkan sepenuh nye maksud komen saya dahulu jangan menjerit tak tentu hala nanti orang kata awak……..

        Maaf Helen kena jawap yang ini sebab……..

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    • 51. NadZree  |  May 15, 2012 at 11:10 am

      Ye tapi masuk kampung mereka pakai Proton atau merc buruk……pandaikan….

      Reply
      • 52. anai  |  May 17, 2012 at 12:35 pm

        I’m sorry Nadzree. May be I was a bit too emotional that time. After a useless discussion with my friends who support DSAI, I was kinda angry I could say.

        Anyhow, do you know the young lawyer who lead the Lawyer for Liberty movement? She was my junior back then & to see her so ‘vocal’ with the police’s brutality & Bersih issues & refuse to accept that other Malaysians are not in line with her to the extend of saying that those people are stupid or blind, that’s really unacceptable.

        By the way, are you trying to say something bad about me? Just say it, don’t let me fill in the blank.

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  • 53. anai  |  May 14, 2012 at 9:04 am

    In french?? wow… I don’t see this language in PR’s blogs except ‘kerajaan bodoh’ & so on.. Anyway, nice blog & I already put in in my reading list.

    Reply
  • 54. The MIND!!!  |  May 14, 2012 at 12:37 pm

    ….and we have reached HERE now…..since 1998…..specifically 2nd September 1998!..

    The MIND!!!

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  • 55. calvinsankaran  |  May 15, 2012 at 12:51 am

    From the Star (2008)….

    “I am quite a simple person really. I hardly wear make-up and if there is one thing I am crazy about, it would be earrings,” said the 29-year-old.

    She is also not the type of woman you would find in a hair salon.
    =====================================================

    Fast forward 4 years and now we have sleek, over made up, glamorized and over-hyped PR machine.

    Reply

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