Hew Kuan Yau, the DAP election publicity chief, is hugely popular with Chinese audiences just like how Mat Sabu is with the Malay grassroots audience.
Hew – photo below – has a lot of supporters on the ground.
No news in The Star
Hew has also been embroiled in a number of controversies before. In one, he accused reporters of “compensated dating” with the BN.
MCA Youth secretary-general Chai Kim Sen had slammed Hew for his derogatory remarks against journalists.
But as usual, bad news for the DAP is good news for the MCA is no news in The Star, and the MCA-owned newspaper did not carry the 9 Feb 2012 press statement by the MCA Youth sec-gen (see screenshots below).
The Star ignores MCA Youth
By now, we’re aware how much fawning tribute The Star pays daily to the DAP 2.0 evangelistas, to Jerusubang and to Anak Bangsar Malaysia, and how the paper spins, such as in its story on the ABU vigilante threat.
MCA Youth is quite correct to challenge: “Does Guan Eng agree with Hew Kuan Yau insult that reporters are akin to ‘prostitutes’?”
After all, it is the DAP sec-gen who appointed Hew to spearhead the publicity campaign for the party’s GE13 bid.
Furthermore, Hew is Guan Eng’s preferred candidate for the Parliament seat of Labis, picked over the head of the Johor DAP local nominees (see screenshot below).
In conclusion, Hew is someone who has been given Guan Eng’s endorsement.
Najib apologized for Ahmad Ismail’s “pendatang” remark
The DAP invariably hold Najib Razak to be ultimately responsible for every slight made by a Malay against the Chinese community.
Each time any Malay individual from the establishment makes an unpalatable comment or does something unsavoury (e.g. Malay school principals Siti Inshah Mansor and Ungku Aznan Ungku Ismail), Umno is blamed. And Najib is held to account.
Najib apologized for a Penang Umno division chief who had called the non-Malays “pendatang”. And even then, the PM’s apology did not satisfy Lim Kit Siang (see screenshot below).
If the buck stops with the party president for a remark made by an Umno division head, why should it not then be the same for the outrageous behaviour of the notorious DAP election publicity chief-cum-Guan Eng’s personal choice Parliamentary candidate?
Thus MCA Youth was quite correct to point this out. But the media owned by his party deliberately buried Chai Kim Sen’s press statement since bad news for the DAP is good news for the MCA is no news in The Star.
Most recently, the Chinese newspaper Sinchew complained in an editorial (9 April 2013) that Hew had publicly pronounced the paper’s deputy editor-in-chief Tay Tian Yan to be “like a dog” to Najib. The DAP election publicity chief is disgruntled with Tay’s favourable coverage of the PM.
This tactic of name-calling is imparted to Dapsters from the very top DAP Evangelista Bintang Tiga leadership themselves.
So is the S.O.P. of slandering. The DAP parody of Psy smash hit Gangnam Style features a segment on Rosmah Mansor’s purported diamond ring. The ‘Ubah’ music video is produced by the DAP and directed by party publicity chief Tony Pua.
Therefore, the slander of Rosmah is actually being perpetuated by the top echelon leaders themselves. And by The Star too.
The “dog” insult by Hew Kuan Yau on the Sinchew editor is one of a piece with the concerted smear campaigns that are part and parcel of the DAP Politics of Hate.
This line of attack — such as the “prostitute” and “running dog” slurs thrown by the DAP election publicity chief — permeates the entire DAP edifice from top to bottom.
Below are screenshots of three comments left in my blog.
The first is by ‘Godfather’, a hardcore DAP supporter whom you can see regularly appearing in the Lim Kit Siang blog Commens section.
Evangelista Bintang Tiga
“Running dog” – the demeaning epithet regularly spat out by both the CTs (Communist Terrorist, Cyber Trooper) – has been passed on to the ordinary Chinese DAP supporter. Their taunting and jeering is everywhere in the social media of Facebook and Twitter.
The sheer volume of hate that is being poured out cannot be from paid troopers alone. When a young Chinese woman uploaded her home-made video supporting the BN brand (the Detergent ad) on her Facebook, the rape/death threats and insults directed at her came in the thousands.
This name-calling of “prostitute” and “whore” is an act of specifying targets for lynch mobbing.
To analyse the pathology of the typical Dapster, please look at the comment above calling me a “running dog”.
(1) I’m called an “MCA bitch” by the commenter. Regular readers of this blog know that I’m critical of the MCA. Therefore to imply that I’m a running bitch for the MCA is way off mark. (See screenshot below as to who the Dapsters learn their “simply accuse” strategy from.)
(2) My parents are castigated for bringing a “piece of shit” into the world. I’ve come across other mockery of my mother elsewhere in the ultra Chinaman blog. These people who drag our innocent mothers into the fray are unable to recognise any boundaries of decency.
(3) The label “like running dogs for the Japs” is exactly in the vein of the accusation slapped on the Sinchew editor by the DAP election publicity chief.
It is also the ‘justification’ used by the Bintang Tiga during WWII and the Emergency when they slaughtered those Chinese who refused to side with the communist terrorists.
THINK! How did it reach 90 percent?
Now look at the comment below. This one is very recent.
The remaining 10 percent left of Chinese who refuse to knuckle down to the Bintang Tiga Evangelista harassment are those of us able to withstand tremendous peer pressure from the Dapster horde and their mob mentality.
Screenshot: This comment comes from an e-mail address — ‘email@example.com’.
Not everyone wants to confront the Dapsters and be subject to further and endless aggravated intimidation.
Cikgu Simon of Taman Kaya, Ipoh for example, was even forced to move out of his own home due to the DAP real-life bullies. And remember how The Star in its reports on the bullying case sided with the DAP branch leaders and badmouthed the senior citizen victim instead?
Even the MCA office bearers do not have a platform in The Star. MCA’s own Beliawanis girls do not have any outlet in The Star (remember the “@hannahyeoh = DAP SuperCyber Bully” complaint which The Star ignored?)
DAP has been able to get 90 percent of the Chinese under its thumb for various reasons and one of them is The Star. (Sujesh Pavithran – tweet screenshot below – is a Star senior editor)
From the Twitter handles involved in the series of tweets screenshot below, you can see the connection between the DAP (@imokman), the Dapsters promoted by The Star and the newspaper’s reporters.
@bongkersz was The Star online programme moderator for The Star Twitter live session with Hannah Yeoh.
How did the Dapsters attain such a chokehold on social media and cyberspace? The answer is that over the last five years and more, they have given a huge rocket boost by The Star which has an audience of 5.63 million.