MCA has allowed the newspaper group which it owns to be staffed full of evangelistas and controlled by opposition-inclined editors. This fact is an open secret in the media industry.
Below is today’s front page banner headline in The J-Star Online as at 12.30pm (since this morning).
Hannah Yeoh: Rahman Dahlan “another low class BN MP!”
Obviously the Guan Eng-worshipping Scissorati do not like Umno’s outspoken Rahman Dahlan.
Like their Evangelista icon — see Hannah Yeoh’s tweets (below) calling Rahman “another low class BN MP!” and Gerakan Youth chief Tan Keng Liang a “low class politician” — the Bintang Lima manning The J-Star are most agitated by those BN leaders who will stand up to the DAP 3.0’s “bullying tactics“.
Where the J-Star‘s loyalty lies
It is clear enough.
Over the last six years, the Jerusubang paper has given Hannah Yeoh more coverage than that accorded many BN ministers.
When the Subang Jaya Adun was appointed Speaker of the Selangor Dewan, the MCA paper tweeted the news 10 times!
J-Star brainwashing young voters
Below is a tip-off that my blog got from one reader @ 2013/10/10 at 6:19 am
Apparently The J-Star is offering a year’s free subscription to students aged 19 and above. Indeed the commenter has raised a valid query: What is the paper’s motive in doing this?
J-Star, the Voice of DAP
The MCA-owned and MCA-controlled paper has been responsible for helping create and spread the personality cult of the DAP evangelistas.
At the same time, The J-Star blacked out their negative coverage such as the Singapore prosecutor implicating in its investigation the City Harvest Church of Subang Jaya in what amounts to money laundering.
As well the paper blacked out also the news (carried by the NST and Malay Mail) when Hannah Yeoh was questioned by the police over a sedition report made against her by Kelana Jaya MCA.
Provided by the MCA’s media for the BN’s arch rivals
And now the DAP is all out to get the young voters … with the help of the machinery belonging to a BN rogue component
Kick Out MCA Already
There is every possibility that BN can lose the next general election due to the very large numbers of young and first-time voters in the urban areas.
- What is the rationale for keeping MCA in the BN when it sent along 90 percent of Chinese voters to the opposition camp?
- What is the rationale for keeping MCA in the BN when the Chinese party’s own members voted DAP?
- What is the rationale for keeping MCA in the BN when it does not consider DAP to be its opponent (but regards Umno as the enemy) and while its machinery and manpower will be covertly campaigning for the opposition?