Politics of Love: The men behind Joceline and Helen
Fahmi Fadzil is Nurul Izzah’s political secretary. He has a notorious reputation in Twitterjaya.
Previously in June 2011, Fahmi was sentenced by the court to apologize 100 times on Twitter in settlement with a magazine publisher whom Fahmi defamed. This case was even reported in the British and world media.
Hannah’s cyber gang
Fahmi Fadzil is Hannah Yeoh’s BFF on Twitter.
Screenshot of their Twitter exchange below:
Before I comment on Hannah Yeoh’s tweet on Joceline Tan and me, and the rejoinder by a Yeopie that “The man behind [Joceline and Helen] is the most absurd and obscure”, first a preamble to provide context.
Evangelistas insist that the establishment just wanna keep spreading hate.
DAP Christian leaders, on the other hand, practise only the politics of love (or so they say).
Love in space
These new-politics-of-love leaders are 24/7 on Facebook, Twitter and other online media.
Even in the middle of state assembly proceedings because they must needs spread that lurrrving feelin’ to their online fanboys and gals.
May God have mercy on the low classists
The Selangor DUN is Pakatan majority and the Speaker is a DAP man and yet Hannah was Facebooking during meetings of the state legislature.
When queried, instead of answering she deflected to Najib! (see screenshot tweet below)
And just as her party had put the blame on Microsoft Excel, Hannah similarly blamed Facebook: “You have a problem with fb , ask @NajibRazak what he thinks of it”, she tweeted in reply.
The DAP 2.0 evangelist politicians have strong backing from English media.
For example, Selangor Times features the evangelistas every single week without fail.
Today, the Pakatan state paper put the photo of DAP’s Teratai Adun Jenice Lee on its front page whereas Teresa Kok is on Page 6, 10 & 22 and Hannah Yeoh on Page 7.
Last week Hannah Yeoh was on the Selangor Times front page (screenshot below) while Elizabeth Wong’s photo was on Page 2, Teo Nie Ching and Gan Pei Nei two separate photos on Page 8, Jenice Lee and Teresa Kok two separate photos on Page 10.
And in Selangor Times two weeks earlier (6 Jan 2012), Hannah Yeoh’s photo was on Page 8.
Hundreds of thousands of ringgit
Gelagat Anwar, the blog that exposed the Penang Deputy Chief Minister saying “cocky, arrogant tokong”, reveals the following expose:
“Ratusan ribu yang dibelanjakan untuk menaikkan imej Hannah Yeoh, dan beberapa calon Pemuda DAP …”
The above allegation is one that The Star should follow-up to ascertain its veracity or otherwise, but the paper’s protective bias to bury negative DAP stories is by now well known.
Selangor Times is distributed statewide free of charge but its operations do not run on fresh air alone and nor are its reporters paid in sunshine beams. This state publication is amply funded clearly to run a state agenda.
Jerusubang the City of Love
Aside from the MCA paper and the Selangor state paper, Jerusubang has its own paper even, the SJ Echo
In line with the DAP 2.0 Politics of Love, SJ Echo editor T.H. Teoh (see tweet below) — another Hannah Yeoh BFF in Twitterverse — blathers on about “Xpress ur love”. It’s something in the Jerusubang water.
The personal inclinations of the Selangor Times editor – K.L.Chan – may be another factor as to why his paper promotes the evangelistas every week.
In his tweet (screenshot below), he enthuses about the Damansara Utama Methodist Church.
We’re looking at a well-oiled machinery here where the pro-Christian media is very savvy in pushing propaganda and entertainment.
Selangor Times and Star spiritual cousins
Seen in The Star (refer below) is the very same agenda being carried out by Selangor Times.
The MCA-owned newspaper did not carry any write-up on Patrick Teoh yesterday nor today even though it was news elsewhere.
The Star however did provide a write-up on the Sharifah Zohra and Bawani “Listen, listen, listen, listen” spat. The said article is written by Sira Habibu, which in a previous posting I had mentioned as one of the four writers – can count on the fingers of one hand – in the paper who is willing to write critically about DAP.
DAP SuperCyber Bully
Why is it that DAP is reckoned to have won 80-plus percent Chinese support?
One reason is the thoroughness with which they target critics and dissenters for the most vile smear campaigns. Their vicious harassment does not respect age (Tunku Aziz), rank (Sultan of Selangor) or religious standing (Ustaz Nasha).
Star group editor Wong Chun Wai in his Jan 13 column titled ‘An unholy mix‘ was finally willing to be upfront on the bullying.
Writing about the pastors and priests in the many “politically charged” churches, he said:
- “many turn to their Facebook to voice their grievances as well.”
- “many Christians who do not support Pakatan Rakyat have been openly humiliated in the various social media.”
- “Many DAP elected representatives are active Christian leaders too, with a few playing the role of lay pastors.”
There’s just one little thing that Chun Wai forgot to add, that is, his paper has been promoting their personality cult.
Star’s big promotion for Mama Dapster
Red Guards were Mao Zedong’s communist stormtroopers. Yes, even Tunku Aziz calls the Dapsters “stormtroopers“.
As early as 2010 and before Hannah Yeoh ever bleeped on my radar – my blog started in late July 2011 – the Beliawanis MCA treasurer had already tweeted that the DAP evangelista is a “DAP SuperCyber Bully”.
The Star displayed a blatantly one-sided behaviour when it came to the above mini Twitter war between a young MCA Beliawanis and the DAP evangelist. I don’t have to tell you which one the paper favoured.
I’ve challenged before MCA to conduct an internal audit of its leaders to survey their opinion on the fairness of Star coverage. In the tiff between Beliawanis and Gan Pei Nei, the paper evidently did not take the side of the MCA young ladies. This is a confirmed and repetitive pattern with The Star.
Young Malays to be fished
As we have been tracking, these English media are doing some serious campaigning for the DAP 2.0 politicians. This sets the ground for easy brainwashing of young, impressionable urban Muslims in the near future.
Their march is flanked by cyberbullies that have been encouraged to grow from strength to strength because of the support given them by the pro-Christian media.
My appeal to Netizens
Below is my response to Hannah Yeoh’s tweet where she asked her fawning 56,000-strong fan club: “Between joceline and helen – who is more absurd?”
Politicians have all the plentiful resources available to them.
According to the Gelagat Anwar expose, hundreds of millions of ringgit are spent to raise their public profile and image. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
On top of that, there are the Dapster cybertroopers and hatchetmen crawling all over the place to character assassinate anyone who dares to criticize their Tokongs.
Another Hannah BFF had called me a “fruit loop” in their Twitter exchange (screenshot below).
Members of her cyber crowd are promoted as cyber personalities and Twitter sensations by The Star.
They’ve taken cyberspace as their territory
I do not tweet and neither do I write in Facebook.
This blog is my only platform of public communication as the Dapster attack dogs would NOT permit my writings to appear in any online news portal or even in any pro-establishment English blogs without launching into their litany of perpetual fitnah.
Therefore I can only hope that Netizens who object to the way the Bintang Tiga are behaving will tweet this article to the BN leaders or Facebook it.
This blog is absolutely my own personal work. Dapsters who to to imply otherwise are just too insulting.
I would also appreciate my rakan-rakan seperjuangan to put me on your blogroll. (My heartfelt thanks to those who already have).
As for the question in the Hannah tweet exchange on who are the man/men behind (Joceline and) Helen, I hope that you readers (including women readers) will be the ones standing behind the very, very small handful of us Chinese who are willing to stand up against the DAP SuperCyber Bullies.