More hot news:
Aside from the (1) the Perkasa membership registration drive photo, (2) the Dr Mahathir corsage function photo, (3) another !! Dyana-Perkasa set of photos has emerged.
aboudiabydoo‘s blog gives a blow-by-blow account of Dyana’s involvement with Perkasa, including the blogger’s keen observation of detail. i.e. she was wearing a tag which indicated that Dyana herself – and not only her mother Yammy – was deeply involved with Perkasa.
Bloggercalls upon Dyana and DAP to explain. I second that.
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First the good news.
The PM has announced that Gerakan president Mah Siew Keong will be made a cabinet minister if he wins in Teluk Intan.
Now for the bad news.
Gerakan must watch its back in this last lap to the finish.
The Scissors is sharpening for more stabs between the BN shoulder blades.
BELOW: The J-Star headline “if he loses“ is deliberate to cast a pall of negativity on the BN fighting spirit
Btw, look at the dacing logo in the J-Star photo. The BN scale is perfectly balanced but the in the photo it is seen as one-sided.
The above J-Star headline introduces the negative word “recycled” and it sticks on Mah. Other J-Star headlines reinforce the related idea that Mah is old (“age”, “veteran”) as contrasted with Dyana’s youthful vitality.
Below are other examples from the archives of J-Star headlines containing negative words on BN leaders
Doubtless the PM and DPM might have defensively said something along the lines of ‘Muhyiddin: I’m no racist’ and ‘Umno is not racist: Najib ‘.
But the fact the both the Umno president and his deputy have had to deny the charge of racism is indicative of how successful the DAP has been in using this label as one of their main prongs of attack.
Aside from the Rocket, the DAP does not own other print media. So if the DAP is ostensibly without media resources, then how come it can be this successful in pushing its Firster agenda and slapping the “racist” label on BN?
Your guess is as good as mine.
And here is one of the J-Star‘s photo of Dyana.
The camera just loves her and hence it’s no surprise that Dyana turns out photogenically.
But heck, even old Unker Kit – he’s a septuagenarian – looks jovial and jubilant. Please bear in mind that the J-Star editor selects which photos are to be published, okay.
And below is the J-Star‘s photo of Mah.
The Gerakan president, at 53, is 20 years younger than Kit Siang who is 73.
Don’t forget that the photos which are published depend on the choice of the J-Star editor, okay.
You can see that the J-Star editor has the same taste as the Malaysiakini editor (Mah’s photo in Malaysiakini, here). Both of them picked a photo of Mah Siew Keong looking sour, gloomy and dejected as the main feature for their respective publications.
Is the J-Star editor sending a sublimal message about the Teluk Intan by-election to its readership?