Posts tagged ‘Utusan’
Aliran did not ask Lim Guan Eng and Anwar Ibrahim to withdraw their lawsuits against Utusan, did they?
If you still don’t know, Aliran is the “bodek Guan Eng” NGO based in Penang.
BELOW: The cosy relationship between Aliran members and Guan Eng (more…)
Saranan supaya Pejabat Perdana Menteri (PMO) menyerang blogger-blogger pro-Umno telah disiarkan di laman rembautimes.blogspot.com dan kemudiannya diulangsiar oleh The Malaysian Insider, sebuah portal yang sering dikaitrapatkan dengan Khairy Jamaluddin.
Petang tadi Perdana Menteri telah merasmikan ibu pejabat baru Utusan yang setinggi tujuh tingkat serta serba canggih.
Seni binanya menarik selain menggamit mata memandang — begitulah bentuk bunyi pujian Najib Razak terhadap mercu tanda Utusan itu (more…)
“… Utusan Malaysia wanting to celebrate the murder of innocent Malaysians in the May 13 racial riots” — Lim Guan Eng
In a democracy, citizens are free to choose. The Chinese have chosen.
Since they have made their democratic choice, Najib Razak as a democratically elected prime minister should try his best to give the 51-percent majority of Popular Voters what they voted for.
Lim Kit Siang dalam kenyataan akhbarnya berkata terdapat 35 orang Ahli Parlimen yang beragama Kristian.
Dewan Rakyat kita mempunyai 222 buah kerusi. Kalau 35 orang, maka ini bermakna 15.8 peratus daripada MP kita adalah Kristian walhal jumlah penduduk negara yang beragama Kristian “hanya 9 peratus”.
Selain pantai, Bukit Bendera dan bandar bersejarah Georgetown, Pulau Pinang juga ada beberapa tarikan luarbiasa yang suka dikunjung para pelancong.
Di antaranya ialah Tokong Ular. (more…)
Raja Petra in his column yesterday wrote, “I can see that many Malaysia Today readers who post comments in this site are Chinese. They are fierce, rude, aggressive, and scream for blood.”
Not just in MT but everywhere else in cyberspace, including the Lowyat online forum, and in real life as well.
“Police reports have been lodged in Penang, Perak and Negri Sembilan [on Aug 9] against the Utusan Malaysia for its inflammatory, incendiary and seditious campaign which are (sic) calculated to foment racial ill-will, religious hatred as well as undermine national unity,” said Lim Kit Siang in his press statement.
Yesterday: Big Dog and Shamsul Yunos appeared in ‘I choose Malaysia‘ full-page ads in all the major newspapers.
Malaysiakini reminded everyone that the two bloggers had sparked the ‘Christian conspiracy’ row last year.
A netizen ‘Apocryphalist’ commented at Rocky’s Bru on “Namewee Fxxk Namewee”.
[Copypasted from Rocky's comments section]
Apocryphalist: “You see, Namewee, they [the ticket buyers] don’t like you, support you or even watch you for the entertainment value that it [Nasi Lemak 2.0] provides. They come to watch it due to the racial suggestive innuendo complex that you and your film provides … It’s the proviso that your persona promises to show dissent and hatred towards anything malay.”
Apocryphalist is correct on the fact that so many, many Chinese (half a million?) have rallied around Namewee as their embodiment of dissent. (more…)
Panas baran adik ini.
Semalam Namewee telah memuatkan YouTube (2:42 minit) di mana dia melenting pada Utusan. (Kemaskini: YouTube asal nampaknya telah ditutup kepada jemputan sahaja oleh Namewee. Salinan video boleh ditonton di sini) (more…)
Over the last six months, Bishop Paul Tan Chee Ing has given just Malaysiakini alone more than 20 interviews. For those of you who cannot access the pro-opposition news portal which is for paying subscribers only, you can alternatively click on the FMT interviews, here.