Bancuh nipis-nipis, sabotaj kaw-kaw

September 21, 2012 at 10:12 pm 34 comments

Bernama mengaku bahawa gambarnya yang dirakam sewaktu Najib Razak hadir untuk membuka mesyuarat Umno Pekan telah dibega (doctored).

Siasatan lanjut sedang dijalankan untuk menentukan motif individu terbabit dan sama ada wujud unsur sabotaj, kata ketua pengarang Bernama Yong Soo Heong dalam sebuah kenyataan semalam.

Gambar Najib di Pekan disiarkan oleh NST pada Sept 17 manakala gambar Bernama yang satu lagi yang dibega – memaparkan rumah terbuka di Seri Perdana, Putrajaya – disiarkan di muka depan The Star (21 Ogos 2012).

Nampaknya firasat saya dapat tentang kemungkinan sabotaj adalah tepat.

Saya telah memblog (29 Ogos):

“Bukan sahaja kredibiliti The Star yang tercemar tetapi imej dan maruah perdana menteri yang seolah-olah mengejar populariti turut dijatuhkan juga. Banyak blog-blog otai pro-pembangkang – ‘Kelab Greenboc‘, ‘Anak Sungai Derhaka‘, ‘Warga Marhaen’ – sudahpun memainkan isu ini.”

Victim of crime: Wonder what is this poor guy’s name? We’ve met him so many times but nobody’s ever asked.

Musuh dalam selimut

Sekiranya pertubuhan berita nasional Bernama pun boleh disyaki ada petualang apatah lagi di akhbar The Star.

The Star mempunyai 1.3 juta orang pembaca yang disajikan seharian dengan ethos Anglophile and Kristian yang didokong suratkhabar itu.

Apabila timbul isu negatif membabitkan evangelis, The Star nekad untuk menutup aib orang Kristian dengan sengaja menenggelamkan berita tentang salahlaku mereka.

Di antara kes yang tidak diberi liputan ialah penyelewengan wang berpuluh juta dolar Singapura City Harvest Church yang melibatkan anak gerejanya di Subang Jaya, hal Adun Subang Jaya disoalsiasat polis atas dakwaan memfitnah seorang timbalan menteri MCA, dan baru-baru ini perbuatan menciplak oleh seorang kolumnisnya yang beragama Kristian.

Baca The Star still not acknowledging its plagiarism

MCA tinggal berapa orang ahli?

MCA mendakwa parti itu mempunyai 1.3 juta ahli — perangkaan ini didedahkan oleh bekas ketua unit penyelidikannya.

Jikalau MCA mempunyai begitu ramai ahli beserta akhbar miliknya mempunyai begitu ramai pembaca, pasti BN akan memperoleh sokongan mantap masyarakat Cina, bukan?

Berpijak di alam nyata, MCA mungkin kehilangan lebih 30 peratus ahli-ahlinya menjelang PRU13, dakwa Jimmy Chua Jui Meng mantan naib presiden MCA, sekarang naib presiden PKR.

Tambah beliau lagi, undi sebilangan besar ahli MCA dijangka akan beralih kepada Pakatan — baca MCA Tidur & Tak Buat Kerja‘.

Baca juga ‘Akhirnya pihak gereja secara terbuka menyokong Bersih‘.

The Star pun menyokong politikus evangelis dan pihak gereja tetapi tidaklah dengan cara begitu terbuka.

Melihat kepada bagaimana The Star bersuhabat dengan Bernama untuk mensabotaj kempen pilihanraya Najib melalui kerja Photoshop maka BN harus lebih berwaspada, terutamanya pada saat-saat genting menjelang pilihanraya.

Baca juga bagaimana seorang pengarang senior The Star memberi tip-off kepada seorang Adun DAP, sini.

Pertapa di Gunung dan ajaran baru 2.0

Selangor Times anti-’rasisme’

Dalam tempoh empat tahun setengah yang lepas ini, orang bukan Melayu semakin lantang menuduh Umno “rasis” — sepertimana yang diulas Dr M: “… sesiapa yang bercakap berkenaan dengan bangsa Melayu, mereka akan dituduh ‘racist’.”

Selangor Times hari ini menyiarkan rencana bertajuk ‘Walk the talk to fight racism‘ mengenai khutbah Hannah Yeoh yang disampaikan tatkala sambutan Hari Malaysia anjuran Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia.

Di keramaian Sept 16 itu, Hannah berkata kepada kepada ahli-ahli kultus SABM, “I despise racism and I joined politics to do something about it.”

Dia juga menceritakan tentang kelahiran ‘Anak Malaysia’nya: “After consulting with SABM coordinator and lawyer-activist Haris Ibrahim, Yeoh and her husband decided to register their child as “Malaysian” [sic] on her birth certificate” (sumber: Selangor Times).

Suami Hannah Yeoh berbangsa India. Sijil lahir anak mereka tulis bangsa Cina. Parti Hannah sedap kata orang lain ‘rasis’.

Adun DAP itu telah memberitahu para hadirin SABM berkenaan masalah yang dihadapi ketika mahu mendaftarkan sijil lahir anaknya:

“The clerk told us that the system is incapable of processing anything other than the four boxes [Malay, Chinese, Indian, Dan Lain-lain] we insisted that she be a ‘Malaysian’ [sic] but at the end of the day we had to settle for Chinese.” (sumber: Selangor Times)

Ruang yang banyak diberikan kepada Hannah Yeoh tiap-tiap minggu oleh Selangor Times sebab kakitangan akhbar itu 90 peratus Cina.

Ruang yang banyak diberikan kepada Hannah Yeoh adakala hampir setiap hari oleh The Star sebab sidang pengarang akhbar itu 93.3 peratus bukan Melayu. Akhbar itu mempunyai 30 orang pengarang yang mana pengarang berbangsa Melayu hanya dua orang sahaja.

Baca juga ‘Adakah anda merasakan ianya perlu?’

Screenshot (bawah): Ungkapan “when contacted” mendedahkan bahawa The Star memang suka selalu menghubungi Hannah Yeoh.

Apa agaknya yang akan dilakukan oleh Si Gunting nanti untuk memenangkan calon-calon evangelis DAP ketika pilihanraya? Awas!

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34 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Sshsn  |  September 21, 2012 at 10:45 pm

    Helen, just how many posts of yours do not contain a picture of the DAP rep? It’s a factual question so do try and answer?

    Reply
    • 2. Helen Ang  |  September 21, 2012 at 10:49 pm

      Are you a Christian? It’s a factual question so do try and answer.

      Reply
      • 3. fence sitter  |  September 21, 2012 at 11:21 pm

        TV1 tv2 tv3 radio utusan all control by BN and report only the good thing done by BN….care to comment….

        Reply
        • 4. Helen Ang  |  September 21, 2012 at 11:30 pm

          I do not watch tv1, tv2 or tv3 so am not qualified to comment.

          And I absolutely hate Malaysian radio. Can’t stand the narcissistic deejays who are in love with their sound of their own voice plus the airwaves carry more inane chatter than music.

          However we can discuss Utusan coverage if you like. Why don’t you give us a week’s breakdown of content and we can all examine what’s getting your goat.

          Reply
      • 5. I.D.A.  |  September 22, 2012 at 9:03 am

        helen, tentulah dia tu kristian, jemaah mama dapster… atau mungkinkah mama dapster sendiri? hemmm….

        Reply
    • 6. MalaysianinNewYork  |  September 22, 2012 at 9:45 am

      Sshsn, I just don’t understand your like and the others similar to you that run an agenda to question Ms Ang. She is putting up something for us to digest and comment, yet your sole focus seems to be to ridicule or ask stupid questions to her.

      Are you people so brain dead? I don’t think Ms Ang is the enemy nor you or even me.

      Blind faith takes us nowhere. I think it would be more fruitful if we can indulge amongst us to provide constructive arguments without the typical tit for tat based on political need. It is such a futile attempt to argue just for the sake of arguing when we continue to ignore the truth and reality for our common folks in Malaysia irrespective of the origin.

      Reply
  • 7. moya  |  September 22, 2012 at 2:35 am

    I simply dont understand why, Hannah Yeoh’s daughter is registeed as chinese, it should be Indian, following her father’s kaum.( race ). Is Hannah having the thought our Malaysia kaum India is a lower race than the chinese?

    moya

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    • 8. MalaysianinNewYork  |  September 22, 2012 at 7:55 am

      Moya, I don’t want to disparage the Yeoh household on how they decided to register the race of their child although I do admit it is uncanny bearing our culture at least in Malaysia.

      Remember how Kapitan’s trooper were running amok when issues relating to his personal family issues were brought forward. Here however I think the novice Hannah tried her luck putting forward her private life for political stake at the expense of the child. Being an elected rep, she should know better than you cannot just barge and make a mockery of sanctioned policies that we the public mandated and been in existence.

      We all know that we cannot circumvent policies and governance that is expressed yet an attempt to take a short cut only makes her a fool for the political euphoria that she created at the expense of her child. If she was serious about it, please show me a bill that has been tabled in the Parliament to amend the related policy where Anak Malaysia is to be made available as an option on your keturunan column with the NRD.

      These DAP folks are a funny lot. How to take them seriously with their hate campaign for political stardom.

      Reply
      • 9. Helen Ang  |  September 22, 2012 at 9:20 am

        MiNY, you say “the Yeoh household”.

        Not the Ramachandran household?

        ha ha ha ha ha

        Reply
      • 10. Pakatan Puak Pembohong  |  September 22, 2012 at 9:52 am

        Helen, maybe we should call Ramachandran as Mr. Yeoh Ramachandran. His daughter is listed as Chinese, so in other words Ramachandran sudah masuk Chinese. ke ke ke !

        Reply
      • 11. temenggong  |  September 24, 2012 at 10:52 am

        I actually addressed Ramachandran as Mr Yeoh, but he and Hannah didn’t get the point.

        Celaka punya education sistem!

        Reply
    • 12. I.D.A.  |  September 22, 2012 at 8:50 am

      no need to say d. proven by act. the hubby tiada bola to go against her. kesian sangat!

      this comment already self filtered. peace :)

      Reply
    • 13. forrrestcat  |  September 22, 2012 at 8:52 am

      Not to mention religion,,, whu no agama malaysia.lol.

      Reply
      • 14. Servant of God  |  September 22, 2012 at 1:40 pm

        Actually forrrestcat, you’ve hit the nail on the head there.

        The self-confessed “anti racists” from DAP fail to realize that skin colour is but the surface of the problem. This lack of understanding most likely stems from the American and European POV of racism – to them, a slave was black, and a black was a black. For them a Muslim Temnian from Sierra Leone was indistinguishable from a Krobo tribesman from Ghana.

        What the white man IS aware of is the cultural guilt inherited for their ancestors’ treatment of entire nations of human beings. To try and make up for the crimes of their ancestors, they’ve adopted their current “anti-racism” stand. This is all too simplified, I agree, but a sufficient summary for my comment here.

        Unfortunately, the white man’s understanding of racism remains half baked. They still fail to see that skin colour is just the tip of the iceberg, and below the surface is a whole slew of factors that make up a race, namely religion, customs and traditions. Remember, for them a black is a black.

        So the gullible DAP comes along and sees an opportunity to suck up to the white people, and embrace recklessly the white man’s anti-racist idea, misunderstanding and all.

        Now they’re trying to paint everything with a broad brush without understanding (or saja2 tak mau faham) the issues in a multi-religious and multi-ethnic culture like Malaysia.

        Muslims don’t eat pork, Chinese (Christians, Buddhists and Daoists) don’t pray five times a day and even Indians (Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jainists) have different beliefs. Our religions are long established, and each of us believe in our own religion. Agama Malaysia is really an impossibility.

        In short, we all have our different requirements, based on our religion and upbringing. Skin colour is just one factor, and fewer people care about the tint of your skin. What more people are concerned about is our morals, which is developed through our religion and beliefs.

        So what we are seeing here is the DAP trying to – in their awkward, ham-fisted ways – champion a cause that was misguided in the first place. They’re trying to use a broad brush where a broad brush is not suitable. Dah laa most likely brush tuh guna bulu babi. Heeeii…..

        Sorry laa forrrestcat, hamba ter-reply panjang lak.

        And sorry Helen, so much for your moratorium.

        Reply
        • 15. Helen Ang  |  September 22, 2012 at 1:55 pm

          That’s okay. The moratorium applies only to the rest of my postings upcoming this week.

          You guys are free to indulge.

          Reply
  • 16. forrrestcat  |  September 22, 2012 at 9:45 am

    To digress, it seems the dapster legion in malaysian insider has gone on a muslim bashing rampage over the protests over The Innocence of Muslims in KL.

    The dapster, true to being tongue twisters bashed their brethren, PAS supporters by caling them muslims to avoid directly bashing PAS and one dapster try to say that muslims are more violent than devil worshippers, which once again display the culture of dehumanizing other people displayed by the English educated.

    It is amazing that these anglophiles have the audacity not to only dispute the muslims right to defend the dignity of their prophet but pick on nitty gritty issues. Seems anglophiles in malaysia have not truly embraced freedom of expression because in the end, it is the muslims that demonstrated on their behalf while they sit at starbucks reading english poems.

    Wonder how the malays who read the comments section feel? Even i who are detached from the video incident feel indignant over the dapster level childish comments. i bet any rebutt by muslims on the article will be dismissed as a joke by the dapsters and blocked by malaysian insider.

    To Ravin, this is the mobs that DAP will face, lots of green head bands to scratch your non proton card… the ones who did not comment and read the rubbish by the like of you.

    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/thousands-in-kl-protest-anti-islam-film/

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    • 17. Pakatan Puak Pembohong  |  September 22, 2012 at 10:01 am

      forrestcat, these Anglophiles are only good at protesting at home, through their internet connection. itu saja, taip benda2 yang kesat, yang tak beradab, lepas tu jerit kuat2. all sound, no action.

      bila the real thing sampai, dia orang duduk kat rumah saja. takut keluar rumah. tengok protes Bersih. nak protes pun bawa payung. alahai, rupa2nya mereka ni, nak protes pun takut panas, takut jemur matahari. pakai sunglasses pun ada.

      mereka ni golongan pandai cakap saja. pandai tabur janji2 manis. kena ingat, kalau banyak makan benda2 manis, kena diabetes. hati2, doktor selalu advice, don’t consume too much sugar, bad for your health.

      doktor juga selalu kata, makanan yang paling sedap adalah makanan yang paling memudaratkan. jadi, bila pembangkang lafas janji ni janji tu, kena hati2. nanti apa2 terjadi, susah pulak tu. ingat nasihat doktor. makanan yang sedap memudaratkan.

      Reply
    • 18. Helen Ang  |  September 22, 2012 at 10:09 am

      The TMI report you cite mentioned “the death of a US ambassador and three other Americans last week” in Libya.

      But more Muslims have died around the world! Pakistan protests against anti-Islam film leave 19 dead – CBC News

      In Afghanistan, the suicide bomber who blew up a bus targetted foreigners but 10 Afghan bystanders were wounded.

      The “revenge attacks” are causing innocent Muslims to be killed in Muslim countries.

      Reply
      • 19. forrrestcat  |  September 22, 2012 at 12:32 pm

        Referring to the inaction by malay muslims on the syrian civil war, the malays and indonesians are not as proactive towards the syrian civil war because malaysians and indonesians see syria as an alien country of no significance and malays muslims are optimist that the free syrian army will eventually overthrow assad like in libya.

        Palestine is a different case as it involves the second most important site in islam and the palestinians’ plight under decades of colonialism has indeed invoke passion. meanwhile, most malaysian never went to syria or understand the complexity of the alawaite and sunni enmity and the assad dictatorship, just as much how the vatican never care about the poverty-stricken subjects in the phillipines or south america due to geographical difference.

        However, the prophet mohammed is a figure highly respected by all muslims regardless of geography or mazhab, he was more than just a statue nailed to a cross, despite us having no images of him, his values and characteristics makes him a living individual in the muslim psyche with good characteristics that is undisputable.

        The short video challenges the characteristics of prophet mohammed and is equivalent to mocking our parents, even an orphan will punch you if you insult his mother whom he never met or knew as he knows his mother is always good.

        Meanwhile in afghanistan and pakistan, the vile video has exacerbated hatred against the US who in the past years kill their brethren and conduct drone attacks that has without fail killed innocent civilians. And to the dapsters simpleton mind, they think the malays are mimicking uncivilized arabs mindset, but ironically they are in league with the arab wannabes, good luck to the dapster, dhimmis of pakatan.. lol.

        In addition, umno has played caution and did not demonstrate at the embassy as stipulated by ill-informed dapdtes, it is their PASster who burned the flags and blocked jalan tun razak.

        Reply
    • 20. Servant of God  |  September 22, 2012 at 3:37 pm

      Kucing Hutan (sorry, tak terkira hamba bilangan ‘r’ tuh),

      You dissected Ravin Aziz’s behaviour perfectly. He was attacking Muslims even as he pretended to be concerned about the welfare of Muslims. What a piece of work laa, these DAPigs.

      Reply
    • 21. jonnymalaya  |  September 22, 2012 at 11:56 pm

      PPP,

      So how many pro government supporters have actually turun padang for rallies?

      Perkasa members were too darned lazy to turn up for Ibrahim Ali’s counter protest in Lake Garden. Makan banyak nasi minyak sampai tidoq kot!

      Khairy had to hire Bangla workers for his Patriot protest, because his UMNO Youth were too fragile to do some blue collar work under the sun.

      Even for stadium gatherings, you need to give them allowance & food then only they will come.

      Reply
  • 22. atas pagar  |  September 22, 2012 at 10:55 am

    Kak Helen,

    ada dua golongan yang berbeza yang menoleh kearah bintang (star) di langit dan kedua-duanya dibezakan berdasarkan apa yang mampu diperolehi dari kecerahan dan susun atur objek-objek yang bercahaya itu.

    satu golongan ialah anglofil dan evanglista. bagi golongan ini, apabila membaca bintang (star) di langit, fokusnya ialah terhadap elemen yang secara langsung mengangkat darjat diri dan kepercayaan.

    ini berlainan dengan golongan kedua (bukan anglofil/bukan evanglista) yang mana fokusnya adalah ramalan-ramalan yang boleh diberikan berdasarkan susunan bintang-bintang.

    golongan ketiga iaitu golongan majoriti, hanya melihat star sebagai objek yang terkandung elemen hiburan dan di situ juga ada ruang dan peluang memajukan diri dan kerjaya.

    dalam kata lain, sangat sedikit pihak yang gunakan akal untuk melihat bintang (star) sebagai petunjuk tidak langsung tentang adanya rahsia/misteri lebih besar dari petunjuk-petunjuk secara lansung.

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  • 23. Gostan  |  September 22, 2012 at 12:03 pm

    Actually Helen, by repeating the said subject names many times here you are giving the subject another round of free publicity as well, hence indirectly assisting h name to be repeated many times in the minds of others. Let’s face it. Nothing could be done about it right? Is their paper so it’s their privilege.

    Btw free publicity by adverse or controversial actions seems to be trend by the oppo nowadays. Its so easy as taught by advertising 101. Look at the latest crude comments via twits on religion matter sensitivity. Even our national hero was not spared. They do not do anything beneficial to rakyat but seek free advertising.

    Hmm….

    Reply
    • 24. Helen Ang  |  September 22, 2012 at 12:16 pm

      Applying a week’s moratorium on the ‘names’ and then we’ll see where this blog goes from there. Check out my next posting coming up.

      Selangor Times
      is the state paper for all Selangorians. Why should state resources be solely for the paper to glorify the Anglophile evangelistas of Pakatan?

      The DAP-PKR-PAS Faustian pact tout free and fair media but Buletin Mutiara and Selangor Times are 10 times more propandostic propagandistic than RTM anytime over the last 55 years.

      We may not be able to budge Selangor Times but we can punish the MCA for their sickening Star.

      Reply
      • 25. Pakatan Puak Pembohong  |  September 22, 2012 at 12:21 pm

        Helen, even if you stop mentioning her name, her fans will still come here and post “Hannah” this “Hannah” that. Can’t really help it really. Her fans just can’t help themselves. In their mind, free publicity for Hannah also means free publicity for her fame-obsessed fans. they feed on one another. The opposition people, they are all s*****s.
        _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

        Are you practicing self-censorship? :D What’s s*****s stand for? Suckers or a stronger word? — Helen

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      • 26. Pakatan Puak Pembohong  |  September 22, 2012 at 12:36 pm

        Helen, just look at Ravin @ Mohd Aziz. when you write something about his beloved Pakatan, he comes charging like a bull and litters your blog with all sort of trash. likewise its the same with Mister Alphabet Soup.

        Your blog is like a typical village coffee shop, the people come here to unwind, to relax, to feel the peaceful surrounding of the natural world, unlike those urban cafes frequented by Pakatan loonies, which are divorced from any known indigenous cultures, where the customers are all the Mat/Minah Celop types.

        Here in your blog, we are Malay, Chinese, Indian, etc, while in those syiok sendiri blogs of Pakatan supporters, its all Malaysian First Shit.

        Reply
      • 27. Gostan  |  September 22, 2012 at 5:45 pm

        Thanks for your censorship Helen.

        It has been a trying time for Malaysians where the opposition has been hungrily active and forever busy with their cunning knack to choose nice decorative and dear names to the rakyat to camouflage their not so straight purpose.

        Like
        Keadilan
        Bersih
        Malaysia(many times over)-can the country name be copyrighted? It’s so embarrassing when it’s so blatantly used for you know what purpose
        Transparency
        Demokrasi

        We have to be careful as names and looks can be deceiving

        Reply
    • 28. MalaysianinNewYork  |  September 22, 2012 at 12:30 pm

      Gostan, are you pleading or begging? Balik-balik Helen is the issue, have you no regards to us the commentors what we think as a community?

      Reply
  • 29. Pakatan Puak Pembohong  |  September 22, 2012 at 12:29 pm

    Helen, sometimes we have to practice self censorship, not because we fear that the Dapsters will sue us, but because we need to keep in mind that Dapsters are by nature, thin skinned. need to be careful with them, they are fragile. if they go berserk then you blog will be filled with obscenity.

    Come on Helen, we are decent people, we’re not of the same class as the Dapsters. Ha ha ha !

    Reply
    • 30. I.D.A.  |  September 22, 2012 at 1:39 pm

      I agreed, self censorship is good…but sometimes, this also cannot help. it all about sosiolinguistic things. our speech/writing pattern/tone depends to whom we speak to kan? if to mother and father already differ, imagine to the dumb and dumber in pakatan’s cult. hemmm…

      p.s: I oso agreed on this, “we are decent people, we’re not of the same class as the Dapsters.”

      Reply
  • 31. jonnymalaya  |  September 22, 2012 at 11:45 pm

    This is funny.

    So Helen claims the Star has traitors in the ranks & has a secret Christian agenda. Part of her evidence is that doctored photograph from Bernama.

    Meanwhile, the NST also publishes a doctored photo, but guess what? Little or no condemnation from Helen.

    What double standards!

    Reply
    • 32. Gostan  |  September 23, 2012 at 1:10 am

      Yeah victimisation card again

      Reply
    • 33. MalaysianinNewYork  |  September 24, 2012 at 11:59 am

      jonnymalaya, you need to grow up.

      We know the faults of main stream media. it has not been issue because nobody spoke about it for 55 years. Sure after 2008, the fangs of the opposition had grown, but we need to keep in check on the opposition because, we don’t want them to end up like how it has been for the last 55 years.

      Helen is the check and balance messenger, not how it fits your new found balls that had served you well for the last 55 years and all of the sudden, you are so gung ho.

      Take a look at your life, are you deprived or concerned because what you have done or what you preach? I think it is the former, isn’t that a problem that you need to deal as you can never be what you preach in your new found freedom.

      Reply
  • 34. Pakatan Puak Pembangkang  |  September 23, 2012 at 9:00 am

    Kan dah awal2 lagi I dah kata. mereka ni thin skinned. sikit2 jadi berserk. mereka ni golongan tak waras. apa kata kita gelar mereka Dapberserkers ? ke ke ke !

    Reply

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