TMI are congenital liars

March 12, 2015 at 12:26 am 44 comments

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Kenyataan yang dikeluarkan oleh Penyimpan Mohor Besar Raja-Raja berkenaan dengan laporan portal The Malaysian Insider bahawa Majlis Raja-Raja menolak pindaan perlembagaan bagi pelaksanaan Enakmen Jenayah Syariah (Ii) Kelantan 1993 (pindaan 2015)

Kenyataan akhbar

Adalah dengan ini dimaklumkan rasa dukacita dan kemurkaan yang amat sangat pihak Majlis Raja-raja Melayu berhubung penyiaran satu artikel di sebuah portal yang mencemar ketinggian darjat dan martabat ke Bawah Duli-duli Yang Maha Mulia Sultan dan Raja-raja Melayu.

2. Artikel yang membawa maksud Majlis Raja-raja menolak pindaan Perlembagaan mengenai pelaksanaan hudud itu merupakan suatu provokasi fitnah yang sangat jahat sekali ke atas institusi Kesultanan Melayu.

3. Majlis Raja-raja Melayu menafikan sekeras-kerasnya artikel berkenaan dan tidak pernah membincangkan mengenai pindaan Perlembagaan berkenaan pelaksanaan hudud sebagaimana yang ditulis.

4. Berikut merupakan intipati mesyuarat ke 237 pada 11-12 Mac 2015.

(i)  Sembah taklimat terkini pertahanan Negara oleh YM. Jen. Tan Sri Raja Mohamed Affandi bin Raja Mohamed Noor (Panglima Tentera Darat) dan mengenai keselamatan oleh YDH. Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Khalid bin Abu Bakar (Ketua Polis Negara).

(ii) Perkara-perkara mengenai Agama Islam.

(iii) Pelantikan Ahli Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya.

(iv) Pelantikan semula seorang Ahli Dilantik Jawatankuasa Fatwa Kebangsaan bagi Hal Ehwal Ugama Islam Malaysia (MKI).

(v) Pelantikan ahli Lembaga Penasihat Penyelarasan Pelajaran.

Sebarang usaha yang cuba mengheret dan mencemar nama baik Majlis Raja-raja merupakan suatu usaha terancang menghakis kedaulatan Sistem Demokrasi dan Raja Berperlembagaan.


TMI is too much. The scumbags are so brazen, diabolical and full of hubris, they believe they can get away with fabricating anything.

Pada petang tadi juga Pejabat Perdana Menteri Malaysia mendedahkan bahawa Malaysian Insider langsung tidak memberi memberi sebarang maklum balas atau reaksi kepada permintaan mereka supaya membetulkan laporan yang tidak benar mengenai ucapan Perdana Menteri.” – MyKMU, 25 Mac 2015

Komen Malaysiakini & Malaysian Insider hasil manipulasi Red Bean Army – MyKMU (3 Mei 2013)

TMI buang komen-komen pembaca yang tidak sealiran. Perangai TMI sebiji macam Hannah Yeoh.

Updated: 9.58pm, 25 March 2015

TMI spins

TMI sengaja kenakan Muhyiddin dan Mukhriz

The Malaysian Insider commissioned the Merdeka Center to run a poll on “the future prime minister” so that it can spotlight a particular name in its headline yesterday Hishammuddin No. 1 pick as future PM, survey shows‘.

TMI picks Hisham

TMI is the uber spinmeister which is … very, very deviously … carrying out the most blatant agenda-setting. The framing of the Merdeka Center survey is skewed because Muhyiddin’s name is deliberately omitted from the running.

When you compose the question in a certain way – we’re talking the sin of omission here – then obviously the result will conform to what the commissioner of the poll (i.e. TMI) desires.

The Merdeka Center poll respondents were only given a list of the following six choices:

  • Hishammuddin Hussein
  • Khairy Jamaluddin
  • Ahmad Zahid Hamidi
  • Rafizi Ramli
  • Mohamed Azmin Ali
  • Nurul Izzah Anwar

Note that aside from not putting up Muhyiddin’s name, Umno vice president Shafie Apdal – who is senior to KJ in the party hierarchy – is also missing from contention in the Merdeka Center poll. Nobody from PAS is included either.

How sneaky for Merdeka Center to give the excuse that their focus was ostensibly “to look at the next generation of leaders” and thus the reason why Muhyiddin, Anwar and Lim Guan Eng were bypassed.

Given the latest developments in Umno, the public is naturally speculating on the immediate next possible prime minister and not the NEXT GENERATION premier.

Observe how misleading TMI‘s headline is in its divergence from the purported poll question.

Malaysia’s most pro-Christian portal blared simply that Hisham is the first choice as “future PM”.

TMI does NOT say in its headline “No. 1 pick as future PM among next generation of leaders” – which is what the survey it commissioned purportedly sought to explore.

Keep in mind that the rising star politicians whose names were proffered to the poll respondents as PM material are the young ones (Khairy, Rafizi, Nurul) and the comparatively young ones (Hisham, Azmin).

On the other hand, Zahid was born on 4 January 1953 and is 62 years old. Shafie Apdal was born 20 October 1957 and is 57-plus. Shafie is younger than Zahid.

Not only is Shafie in his 50s (same age-bracket decade as Hisham and Azmin) but Zahid is a sexagenarian, i.e. someone in his 60s.

So why was Zahid considered by the TMI poll options to be a “next generation” leader but Shafie not?

Now comes TMI‘s double dose of sneaky skullduggery

TMI throws Muhyiddin’s name into the cauldron to his total disadvantage – see screenshot below.

This is TMI‘s smoke and mirrors to set him up.

Muhyiddin TMI

ABOVE:

Note that TMI did not line up the four politicians above in descending order of percentage of support. This is deliberate because TMI wants to place Mukhriz side by side with Muhyiddin (see TMI‘s tweet below to understand why).

The numerical order should be be Mukhriz first, and followed by Guan Eng, Muhyiddin and Anwar.

See how sneaky TMI is!

Their deliberate juxtaposition now spins the story to the portal’s audience accordingly as:

Top three popular picks for “future PM” as per the TMI headline

  • Hisham  –  19.8%
  • KJ  –  8.6%
  • Zahid  –  8.4%

And then as per TMI graphics above, the portal suggests that the rest of the “future PM” alternatives did not fare so well.

  • Mukhriz  –  3.3%
  • Guan Eng –  1.3%
  • Muhyiddin  –  1.0%
  • Anwar  –  0.7%

TMI has just thrown a slimy sleazeball because the four names – Mukhriz, Guan Eng, Muhyiddin, Anwar – which were randomly volunteered by the Merdeka Center poll respondents had never been included among the half dozen selected names (a) Hisham (b) Khairy (c) Zahid (d) Rafizi (e) Azmin (f) Nurul, to begin with.

There is absolutely no context within the poll for any comparison between Hisham and Muhyiddin. Firstly because the question apparently specifies or alludes to “the next generation” (of which Muhyiddin is not) and secondly, the pick available was only from six names (among which Muhyiddin was never listed).

Now look at TMI‘s supremely devious tweet – below.

TMI spins

Can you now see how diabolical TMI is?

Malaysia’s scumbaggiest media dok kenakan Muhyiddin and Mukhriz. This is not the first time and nor will it be the last. When will the BN start fighting back?

TMI does this sleight-of-hand consistently and in the most brazen, unscrupulous manner but yet Umno has never called them out.

Najib once complained that BN has lost the war of perception. But of course. The BN is no match for the sneaky bastards plus the BN is constantly being backstabbed by the media conglomerate owned by one of the coalition components.

Najib No Votes

Come on lah, BN! When are you going to buck up?

Anyone with some discernment can see that if this situation is allowed to go on, then BN will lose the next general election because the voters are being so cynically manipulated.

Really sick of BN giving this kind of free walkovers to their opponents’ never-ending smear campaigns.

This is the portal that doctored the “Undur” banner (see below); this is how scumbag TMI operates .. A-L-L the time.

CELAH GELEGAR Banner UNDUR HADI

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  • 1. mhs  |  March 12, 2015 at 7:56 am

    Wow “sneaky bastards”. They deserve it. Understand the frustration with how PPTA acts

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    • 2. MCA.8481  |  March 12, 2015 at 10:09 am

      ek elleh…. cina pulak yg nak tentukan siapa jadi prez. umno dan PM ?? hey cina, lu pun takleh tentukan DAP’s CEC tapi nak tentukan siapa jadi PM ?? Apa lagi cinabeng mahu ? Lu balik goreng ikan tongsan boleh ??

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      • 3. sharul  |  March 12, 2015 at 3:25 pm

        Tak bestnya dengar bahasa macamni.

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  • 4. shamshul anuar  |  March 12, 2015 at 8:07 am

    helen,

    I often wonder why it is so hard for Najib to act.

    Najib as the head of government has authorities at his disposal. Police, military, SPRM, Custom, are examples under the purview of Jabatan Perdana Menteri.

    So act. When there are people(like Nik Nazmi, Rafizi) flouted the law, act decisively. HOW TO ACT DECISIVELY? By detaining them in lock up until trial. The practice of getting statement and then releasing them is a mockery. Detain them in lock up until trial.

    When Theresa Kok published insulting video depicting Najib, Rosmah, she must be detained. Charge her as insulting a sitting head of government. SUSAH KE?

    When Chinese abandon BN and UMNO in last election, so Najib should “abandon” them too while announcing his Cabinet line up. Send the message that no one is indispensable.

    NO NEED TO BE APOLOGETIC. Do not fall into trap by thinking by sanctioning Shafie telling about Anwar will make people symphatizes to Anwar. The truth is that they cry out loud (PR) because they do not want Shafie to tell Malaysians about Anwar in simple language.

    I never heard PM chiding Penang Government for increasing tariff on many issues. List that during 8pm news. Let the whole world knows Penang too increases tariff, charges on many areas in Penang.

    WHY NOT TRY BIOMETRIC? I am sure DAP will object. Why? I heard people telling how those who vote in last election did not even know a word of Bahasa Malaysia. The phantoms may not be from Bangladesh after all.

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    • 5. alwieabdullah  |  March 12, 2015 at 10:51 am

      Bro Shamsul:
      When “Najib once complained that BN has lost the war of perception” previously, it is he who allows it.

      Then you ask “I often wonder why it is so hard for Najib to act”….

      When he finds it hard to act decisively, he lost the war of perception.

      By all means, he did it repeatedly….!

      End result, he will lost the real battle and one wonder if he will bring the BN ship down too?

      Question now, can we rely on Najib?

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      • 6. shamshul anuar  |  March 12, 2015 at 11:04 am

        Alwieabdullah,

        UMNO is really lucky. Lucky as there are several good leaders in it such as Mukhriz, Muhyiddin, Abdul Rahman Dahlan, Johari( Ttitiwangsa) and MP from Kota Tinggi. Not to mention that Mohd hassan, Dr Zambri are highly regarded.

        I never heard people complaining on Muhyiddin’ wife. But that is not the case with Najib’s wife. While a lot are exxageration, Najib does not try to understand why his wife is mocked day in day out.

        A leader who is undecisive is weak. Imagine DR M. Who among PR would want to mess with DR M or slanders him or rude to him. He is merciful, compassionate yet tough and accept no nonsense.

        He could not be bothered with what Mat Salleh said. They hate him. But they respect him for being sharp, honest. UMNO General assembly during tenure of DM was a worth watching affairs. DR M speech, not peppered with “hidup Melayu”. Yet he delivered substance.

        And Dr M does not exhibit the irritating and damaging habit of waging war against the very people who defend his government.

        UMNO Penang is dead set against developing Air Base in Teluk Air Tawar. The constituents has been an UMNO bastion. Why irritate the Malays by insisting to develop the base( meaning to build condos to be filled by non malays).

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    • 7. AC-DC  |  March 12, 2015 at 2:20 pm

      Detain detain detain. Arrest. Ban. Is that all you can think of?

      That will actually make it worse for the incumbent government.

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      • 8. jentayu  |  March 12, 2015 at 3:50 pm

        face the music if you break the law. even kindergarten kids know better than you. clearly you do not know basic things on how a government should run.

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    • 9. sharul  |  March 12, 2015 at 3:27 pm

      No leadership from Najib. Either Najib goes or UMNO goes.

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  • 10. one  |  March 12, 2015 at 8:41 am

    Helen. Why not volunteer yourself as BN media propaganda coordinator. You can be the perfect propagandist for the BN to counter the propaganda war with PR. You know their game and I’m sure your appointment will send chill down the shiver of RBA.

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    • 11. Fakin' Fake Calvin  |  March 12, 2015 at 11:01 am

      That’s the problem. She’ll end up firing arrows at BN as well when she finds then slacking. The problem with all these politicians is that they love it when people sing their praises but not when the same people are critical of them.

      At the end of the day, perceptions will give way to the cold hard truth. As things stand, BN is enforcing the perception that they’re clueless judging by the numerous missteps they are guilty of.

      I’m definitely not a fan of Syed Akbar Ali but to be fair to him, he does speak a lot of sense from time to time. His pompous behavior of being right all the time & allergy to criticism though is reminiscent of the very politicians he detests.

      At least where Helen is concerned she’ll argue it out with salient facts with her detractors unless of course they resort to numbskull personal attacks & name calling.

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    • 12. sharul  |  March 12, 2015 at 3:29 pm

      Helen definitely can do this tapi government yang blur. Lepas tu komplen losing war of perceptions. Tapi the media guys in Government get paid a lot of money so obviously young punks with connection got the job.

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  • 13. peacecombe  |  March 12, 2015 at 9:50 am

    Good expose, but how will BN wake up when its own opulence has numbed it to the coming wrath?

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    • 14. sharul  |  March 12, 2015 at 3:30 pm

      Tough love. That is what needs to happen.

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  • 15. Abas  |  March 12, 2015 at 11:57 am

    betul ke survey ni. Merdeka Center hanya calonkan orang yang dia suka saja. Lepas tu dia kata inilah dia calun yang majoriti orang Malaysia mahu dia jadi PM. he heh he

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  • 16. Abdullah  |  March 12, 2015 at 12:53 pm

    Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, said:

    * “Any man whom Allah has given the authority of ruling over other people but who does not look after their welfare with honesty, he will not be able to smell the fragrance of Paradise.” (Al-Bukhari)

    * “Anybody who believes in Allah and the Last Day should never harm his neighbor; and anybody who believes in Allah and the Last Day should entertain his guest with generosity; and anybody who believes in Allah and the Last Day should speak what is good or else keep silent (abstain from all evil speech).”
    (Al-Bukhari)

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  • 17. Fakin' Fake Calvin  |  March 12, 2015 at 1:03 pm

    Aside from this farce of a survey, what’s your take on Aunty June’s column yesterday? Seems like she’s emboldened by something or someone judging by her tone.

    http://www.thestar.com.my/Opinion/Columnists/So-Aunty-So-What/

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    • 18. Helen Ang  |  March 12, 2015 at 1:10 pm

      Thanks for the heads up. It appears from the J reader responses that 83% of them are “Inspired” and “17%” happy with her writing.

      I’ll blog on it. Coming up next …

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  • 19. bnm  |  March 12, 2015 at 1:58 pm

    What is the problem of TMI article? Each media organisation is free to pursue its own agenda. The Star, Utusan, etc etc have their respective agenda. Freedom of expression within the limits of law.

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    • 20. Helen Ang  |  March 12, 2015 at 2:43 pm

      re: “Each media organisation is free to pursue its own agenda.

      You’re correct.

      re: “The Star, Utusan, etc etc have their respective agenda.”

      And the oppo people parrot ad infinitum that Utusan is the “Umno mouthpiece”. Well, Umno bloggers should return the favour and keep repeating how The J-Star is the ‘DAP mouthpiece’ (within quote marks).

      re: “Freedom of expression within the limits of law.”

      You’re correct again. However your points do not take away from what a sneaky scumbag TMI is.

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      • 21. bnm  |  March 12, 2015 at 6:04 pm

        re: Well, Umno bloggers should return the favour and keep repeating how The J-Star is the ‘DAP mouthpiece’

        What constitutes whether Star is DAP mouthpiece or otherwise?
        For Utusan, it is very clear due to UMNO’s major shareholding in the former. For Star, MCA is the controlling shareholder. Not DAP. What yardstick you use?

        re: However your points do not take away from what a sneaky scumbag TMI is.

        That is your subjective opinion. It may not amount to ‘scumbag’ to others.

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        • 22. Helen Ang  |  March 12, 2015 at 6:37 pm

          re: “MCA is the controlling shareholder. Not DAP. What yardstick you use?”

          True, MCA is the company owner. However the MCA’s political approach is no longer aligned with the BN spirit and after the next general election, the MCA will no longer play any role in the ruling coalition (presuming BN retains Putrajaya).

          MCA and DAP are morphing into each other.

          The yardstick I use is the orientation of the top editors and the slant in their content.

          For example, they were jubilating on the night of 5 May 2013 when they thought that the BN government was going to be successfully toppled and a pall of gloom fell upon the newsroom when they realised that the Chinese tsunami notwithstanding, Ubah – Ini kali lah still failed.

          The MCA leadership is aware that Wong Chun Wai is close to some DAP evangelical leaders.

          Like ex-Star managing editor P. Gunasegaram said – and this fact is well known for donkey years in the media industry – “The Star is owned by the MCA and run by the MIC for the benefit of the DAP”.

          re: “That is your subjective opinion. It may not amount to ‘scumbag’ to others.”

          Of course I realise that for you, it is ‘matlamat menghalalkan cara’.

          Due to your heavy political bias, you think it’s alright for TMI to distort on Muhyiddin (as I’ve exposed above).

          Just like how ACDC thinks it’s no big deal for TMI to fitnah Mukhriz on the eve of the Umno party election because, according ACDC, I can’t produce any empirical proof as to how much (if any) the libel against Mukhriz affected his chances with the party delegates who may or may not be TMI readers.

          The fact that Mukhriz was defamed and that TMI libelled him is negligible to ACDC and similarly, the fact that TMI unscrupulously twisted the presentation of the survey results to kenakan (I can’t think of an English equivalent word) Muhyiddin is immaterial to you.

          Good on both of you for commenting. The Malay fence sitters can now see for themselves the mentality and morality of the opposition supporters.

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          • 23. bnm  |  March 13, 2015 at 8:47 am

            re: The MCA leadership is aware that Wong Chun Wai is close to some DAP evangelical leaders.

            Then why still retain him at the management? Are you suggesting that you know better than the directors of the Star and MCA in how to run the company? What interest you have in the Star? Shareholder, employee or just a mere reader (you can always choose not to buy the paper and surf the website)?

            You can always buy minimum no. of Star shares and attend the AGM to voice your opinion on WCW.

            re: TMI fitnah Mukhriz

            Didn’t TMI apologised? Mukhriz accepted the apology and no further action is taken if I am not mistaken. Mukhriz has all the rights to sue TMI. If the aggrived party, i.e. Mukhriz has decided to accept the apology and closed the chapter, can a 3rd party like you still label the article as fitnah? It is between the 2 of them, i.e. Mukhriz and TMI. You can choose not to read TMI afterall.

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            • 24. Helen Ang  |  March 13, 2015 at 12:23 pm

              re: “Then why still retain him at the management?”

              For the money, the dividend (tens of millions) that the J-Star pays MCA every year from the media conglomerate’s hefty profits. The ‘M’ in MCA stands for Money.

              re: “Are you suggesting that you know better than the directors of the Star and MCA in how to run the company?”

              The J-Star board runs the company for maximum profit. They know very well what they’re doing. My concern is what is Umno going to do about it.

              null

              re: “What interest you have in the Star?”

              What interest do DAP supporters have in Utusan?

              re: “Shareholder, employee or just a mere reader (you can always choose not to buy the paper…)?”

              Ditto. The Dapster evangelistas are not employees, shareholders or readers of Utusan. They shouldn’t be commenting on the Utusan content and editorials.

              Dapsters can always buy minimum no. of Utusan shares and attend the AGM to voice their opinion on Awang Selamat and the Utusan meme “Apa lagi Cina mahu?” instead of foaming at the mouth all over the place.

              re: “If the aggrieved party, i.e. Mukhriz has decided to accept the apology and closed the chapter, can a 3rd party like you still label the article as fitnah?”

              Why does a third party like Hannah Yeoh complain that Utusan “sells lies daily” when the lawsuits have been settled in the court?

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              Mukhriz is too kind and like his father Dr Mahathir who did not sue reporters, But kindness is not appreciated as the Malays might have realised after the tsunami.

              And everything that the Umno leaders do is wrong in the eyes of the Dapsters. You say that Mukhriz has all the right to sue. But when Najib wanted to sue Malaysiakini, then you all say that he mustn’t sue and that as a politician, he has to take all the body blows under the belt.

              re: “It is between the 2 of them, i.e. Mukhriz and TMI. You can choose not to read TMI after all.”

              It is between the two of them, i.e. Guan Eng and Utusan. The Dapsters can choose not to read Utusan after all. Why are they then frothing at the mouth and raining a flood of spit and following the lead of their icon Hannah Yeoh in screaming that Utusan “sells lies daily”?

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          • 25. bnm  |  March 13, 2015 at 8:54 am

            If Muhyiddin is really ‘dikenakan’ and felt offended, being a DPM with all the state resources he can easily sanction TMI. Why you have the urge to ‘terasa’ or felt offended on his behalf?

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            • 26. Helen Ang  |  March 13, 2015 at 11:48 am

              Why you have the urge to ‘terasa’ or felt offended on behalf of churchgoers (who worship in bahasa Melayu and bahasa Iban) when the ‘Allah’ Bibles were confiscated? According to the Bible Society, those Bibles were meant to be sent for use in Sarawak. And you’re not living in Sarawak.

              Going by your logic that it inappropriate for me to feel offended over what TMI did to Muhyiddin (since I’m not personally involved in the issue), then you shouldn’t have been commenting about the Bible confiscation by JAIS either since you’re not one of the 350 BM-speaking Christians (the number of Bibles seized) meant to receive a copy.

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              • 27. bnm  |  March 13, 2015 at 2:15 pm

                Muhyiddin vs TMI = DPM vs a privately owned online media company

                JAIS vs Bible society = authority vs private organisation

                Both are aggrieved. Can you equate DPM with a Bible society?

                As said, DPM has all the state resources. He can take action against TMI on his personal capacity and official capacity. Just a phone call to the head of police, MACC, SKMM and even Income Tax or SSM, the office of TMI will be raided and the employees will be called for interrogation. Why you need to ‘terasa’ for
                DPM? For someone with the stature of DPM, the TMI article is simply insignificant.

                In contrast, what are the remedy for Bible society? Can they take action as fast as what DPM is capable of? Moreover, there is an agreement that Sabah/Sarawak Christians should be free to practice their religion in Bahasa language. Having no Bible to pray is surely a significant issue. That is why I spoke for them.

                Anyone can express his sympathy for another human being. If the subject person is not suffering from any aggravation (refer to Muyhiddin vs TMI issue), why you need to fell ‘tersinggung’ for him?

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                • 28. Helen Ang  |  March 13, 2015 at 3:22 pm

                  bnm vs Helen = private individual vs private individual, both having opposing views

                  confiscation of Bibles vs unethical practice by a media outlet = two public interest issues discussed in the same blog forum

                  Both are aggrieved. Can you equate bnm’s dissatisfaction with JAIS and Helen’s dissatisfaction with TMI?

                  bnm feels that his concern with JAIS’s action is legitimate, then why is he complaining about Helen’s concern with TMI‘s action and implying that Helen has no locus standi to bring up the subject?

                  If bnm as a Christian feels that it is his place to complain about the Bible confiscation, then why cannot Helen as someone who is trained and who’s practiced before journalism complain about TMI‘s scumbag lack of ethics?

                  re: “As said, DPM has all the state resources. He can take action against TMI on his personal capacity and official capacity.”

                  As said, the PM too has all the state resources. He chose not to take action against Malaysiakini in his official capacity but might eventually sue in his personal capacity. But even in choosing this course, Najib is still slagged by the Dapster evangelistas. Whatever he does, you all will still putar-belit.

                  Same with DPM even though you’re challenging him to react to TMI.

                  re: “Just a phone call to the head of police, MACC, SKMM and even Income Tax or SSM, the office of TMI will be raided and the employees will be called for interrogation.”

                  If Pakatan was in power, then what you describe above is exactly what Guan Eng will do. Your opposition mindset is very clear for us to see.

                  Remember when the reporters questioned Guan Eng about his alleged affair with his Special Officer? He threatened the journos, You dare, you print lah and “you see what I do to you”.

                  Making phone calls is the modus operandi of the Dapster Gangsters and how the Chinese triads, underworld and kingpins operate. You should be thankful Muhyiddin Yassin did not make ‘phone calls’.

                  re: “Why you need to ‘terasa’ for DPM?”

                  Why you need to ‘terasa’ for the Bible Society? As for me, it needn’t be the DPM specifically. It can be other victims – Shafie Apdal, Mukhriz, Hadi Awang … the principle remains the same. The way TMI manipulated the story is pure scumbag and gutter journalism. And for oppo supporters, obviously the ends justify the scumbaggy means, so long as ABU succeeds in occupying Putrajaya.

                  re: “For someone with the stature of DPM, the TMI article is simply insignificant.”

                  Of course. Just like Bak Kut Teh is not pork. Semua ikut cakap you orang.

                  re: “In contrast, what are the remedy for Bible Society?”

                  They already applied the remedy. They relocated their office from Selangor which has the Enactment 1988 to KL where the Federal Territory which does not have such a law.

                  re: “Can they take action as fast as what DPM is capable of?”

                  The DPM is not Lim Guan Eng. Hence he did not threaten TMI, “you see what I do to you”.

                  But good of you to bring this up. I hope Malay readers of this blog will ponder on what the DAP are “capable of” doing should they control the key ministries like Home and Finance.

                  re: “Moreover, there is an agreement that Sabah/Sarawak Christians should be free to practice their religion in Bahasa language.”

                  Sure. In Sabah and Sarawak. When in Selangor, our state law is supreme (as long as it doesn’t contravene federal law and the Constitution).

                  re: “Having no Bible to pray is surely a significant issue. That is why I spoke for them.”

                  Get the Malay Bible that terms God as ‘Tuhan’. It’s not as if these are unavailable.

                  re: “Anyone can express his sympathy for another human being.”

                  And similarly I can ‘terasa’ for Muhyiddin Yassin. Why does this make ants crawl up your pants?

                  re: “If the subject person is not suffering from any aggravation (refer to Muyhiddin vs TMI issue), why you need to fell ‘tersinggung’ for him?”

                  Have you asked the Tan Sri if he feels aggravated inside since he’s not like Lim Guan Eng to make the threat “you see what I do to you”?

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                  • 29. bnm  |  March 13, 2015 at 4:41 pm

                    Helen,

                    I just want to focus on ‘terasa’ issue.

                    1. At the point I defended Bible society, the society has already expressed its grievances. I didn’t preempt or jump the gun. My statement came after the society made its stand. Ultimately, the bibles were returned by JAIS to the Sarawak Christians, not the society. So, my defense of the society is reasonable based on these 2 grounds.

                    2. You condemn TMI’s standard of journalism and sympathized with Muhyiddin for being ‘dikenakan’ in relation to the article (Mukhriz and Muhyiddin being put side by side). My questions to you:
                    a) What is Muhyiddin’s stand on the article? Has he claimed that he is aggrieved?
                    b) Has any journalist or media practitioner condemn TMI on the article?

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                    • 30. Helen Ang  |  March 13, 2015 at 5:01 pm

                      (i) What is Muhyiddin’s stand on the article?

                      Do you expect him to mirror Lim Guan Eng and threaten the media “you see what I do to you!”?

                      (ii) Has he claimed that he is aggrieved?

                      Do you expect Muhyiddin to behave like Lim Guan Eng who always portrays himself as a victim of the media? Like when the press legitimately questioned the involvement of his wife Betty Chew in the Penang Chamber of Commerce property development committee, and Guan Eng turned around to accuse the media of “going after” his family.

                      iii) Has any journalist or media practitioner condemn TMI on the article?

                      Do you expect me to follow the herd? Let’s say Utusan has condemned TMI or some notable Umno bloggers condemned TMI, and if I also do so, then you will accuse me pula of being sekongkol dengan Malay right wingers.

                      You all so pandai putar alam lah. Heads you want to win, tails you refuse to mengalah.

                    • 31. bnm  |  March 13, 2015 at 6:03 pm

                      1. Why the obsession with LGE? You mentioned his name few times in our exchange.

                      2. My question is very simple. It requires simple answer as well. Has Muhyiddin at this point of time expressed his opinion of being put side by side with Mukhriz in the TMI article? If yes, show me the link. If no, just answer no. Simple.

                      3. My 2nd question is also very simple. Just answer accordingly. If yes, show me the link. If no, just answer no. Simple.

                      4. Why you didn’t respond to my comment on Bible issue?

                      5. re: You all so pandai putar alam lah. Heads you want to win, tails you refuse to mengalah.

                      Tak payah melatah atau mengamuk Helen.

                    • 32. Helen Ang  |  March 13, 2015 at 6:15 pm

                      re: “Why the obsession with LGE? You mentioned his name few times in our exchange.”

                      I can’t recall any other major politician who threatened reporters, “You see what I do to you!” Can you name me anyone else?

                      re: “My question is very simple. It requires simple answer as well. Has Muhyiddin at this point of time expressed his opinion of being put side by side with Mukhriz in the TMI article? If yes, show me the link. If no, just answer no. Simple.”

                      My reply to you is equally simple. What is the issue that you require Muhyiddin’s personal input? Take the Rithmatist (commenter @ 2015/03/13 at 5:09 pm yang ‘terasa’ on Hannah Yeoh’s behalf.

                      Do I tell The Rithmatist, “Has Hannah at this point of time expressed her opinion of being critiqued in my blog? If yes, show me the link.” And if Hannah has not recently tweeted/complained about being mentioned in my blog, then I must forbid The Rithmatist and Hannah’s other worshipful fans from taking up the cudgels on her behalf and attacking me, is it?

                      re: “My 2nd question is also very simple. Just answer accordingly. If yes, show me the link. If no, just answer no. Simple.”

                      Already gave you an answer. I you gonna keep repeating the question until I answer in the way you want or say what you want to hear?

                      re: “Why you didn’t respond to my comment on Bible issue?”

                      What comment do you want me to respond to?

                      re: “You all so pandai putar alam lah. Heads you want to win, tails you refuse to mengalah.” / “Tak payah melatah atau mengamuk Helen.”

                      Not at all. Merely making a factual observation.

  • 33. beastofburden  |  March 12, 2015 at 7:52 pm

    “‘UMNO is really lucky. Lucky as there are several good leaders in it such as Mukhriz, Muhyiddin, Abdul Rahman Dahlan, Johari( Ttitiwangsa) and MP from Kota Tinggi. Not to mention that Mohd hassan, Dr Zambri are highly regarded.””

    How true Shamsul. But Umno will be Umno they will never want these ppl. To them and their top Umno infrastructure its more like a Multi Level Marketing program(MLM).

    How says or where does its say that just becoz you are a former PM son you are just as good.
    Sekarang pun PM pedigree, tapi zero substance.

    And just becoz Hishammudin was in the limelight during MH370 that does not justify that he is PM material.

    In fact he was just another face being given copy and paste statements to the media and a laughing stock to the whole world with our incompetent polis,dca,airforce immigration and mas.

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    • 34. shamshul anuar  |  March 12, 2015 at 11:16 pm

      Beastofburden,

      Penang established PPS, an illegal police apparatus. It is an affront to Federal Government. It is dangerous as these 9000 odd police personnels are not loyal to Yang Dipertuan Agung.

      The thing with many UMNO leaders is taht they refuse to act. Put PPS leaders on firing line. That will send a message that Federal Giovernment meant business.

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      • 35. LY  |  March 13, 2015 at 7:43 am

        Shamsul,

        Instead of taking action, KDN is holding out an olive branch to PPS(made up of gangsters/penderhaka negara) to be absorbed into RELA. UMNO leaders, UMNO leaders, what are you thinking? Suka buat orang terus rasa kecewa sahaja.

        KDN Buka Tawaran PPS Sertai RELA :-

        http://www.rakyatnews.my/index.php/umum/kdn-buka-tawaran-pps-sertai-rela

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        • 36. shamshul anuar  |  March 13, 2015 at 7:10 pm

          LY,

          This is dangerous.

          During every UMNO General assembly, UMNOleaders never fail to remind UMNO grassroots to work hard and close rank.

          The message is very good. ONLY IT should be directed to those on stage(Majlis Tertinggi). They are the one idiotic statements. They are the one complicating matters by refusing to be firm.

          Why cant “haramkan “PPS? Why not? PPS is an illegal organisation. It camouflages itself as voluntary force. The reality is that it is a way to compete with Police forces head on.

          CANT ZAHID not see it? It is part of process of making Penang an independent sovereign nation.

          Zahid ni bodoh betul la.

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  • 37. beastofburden  |  March 13, 2015 at 9:35 pm

    “”’ONLY IT should be directed to those on stage(Majlis Tertinggi). They are the one idiotic statements.”‘

    Yup Zahid right there at the very top of the Xmas tree with the 90% of the AMT morons that will angguk kepala and setuju.

    Anwars BFF. , politics and party aside.

    “‘CANT ZAHID not see it?”‘

    Sure he can, but for his vision he gotta play it safe.

    Who know which padang he is going to playing ball come 2018.

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  • 38. orangkampung  |  March 26, 2015 at 1:34 pm

    I wonder if the lies the TMI knowingly spread on the Majlis Raja-Raja can be considered treason?

    It must be a really serious offense for the Majlis Raja-Raja to actually come out with an official statement to repudiate and actually tell the TMI that they are MURKA. I mean when was the last time we see an official statement from the Majlis Raja-Raja on something like this?

    Well, KDN and MCMC need to get their acts together and start getting really serious about all the shit that are being put online by the news portals. If they are licensed, maybe it’s time to start enforcing on the license requirements.

    Reply
  • 41. mulanmalaysia  |  March 26, 2015 at 9:59 pm

    Miss Mulan is very sad today. Someone is gone.
    No. Miss Mulan is not sad that Lee Kuan Yew has died. Actually tak rasa pun.
    Zann Malik is leaving One Direction.
    Yes. One Direction is more important in Mulan’s life than Lee Kuan Yew.
    Miss Mulan is very pissed and how much idolation Malaysian Chinese has given him. Even an important event like the coronation is sidelined in the Chinese papers. Why are the Chinese papers giving 8 page tribute pullouts? Makes me wonder whether Sin Pin Jit Poh mean Singapore Penang Daily News?
    In fact CNN, BBC and AlJeazeera does not even given so much coverage about LKY. The plane crash is more important.
    Why the kiblatkan Singapura? All the DAP leaders seems to go gaga over the death and Chinese Cyberria.
    Does the Chinese 90% believe that Malaysia is in Singapore?
    Maybe I am the only one who thinks I live in Malaysia and both countries are separate.

    Long Live One Direction!

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    • 42. islam1st  |  March 27, 2015 at 1:23 am

      Does the Chinese 90% believe that Malaysia is in Singapore?’

      The president they wish the could have had…Siap terbalikkan gambar Sultan Johor tu! Cuba Mulan tengok betul-betul [gambar]. Letak belakang tu satu. Siap TERBALIKKAN TU!

      Mutiny? Treasonous?

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  • 43. bnm  |  March 27, 2015 at 10:05 am

    LKY once commented that post separation, both SG and Msia could have progressed equally. In fact, Msia could have progressed better than SG today due to the land size, population and natural resources of Msia. Somehow, Msian leaders decided to sacrifice such progress in order to maintain the political dominance of the Malays. Today, Msia has suffered losses of many decades in terms of progress.

    Few institutions shared the same origins. For example, NUS and UM, MAS and SIA, Bursa Msia and Singapore Exchange. Compare the progress of both and you will know that we are lagged behind.

    SG is able to attract professional and rich expatriates whereas in Msia, the ‘expat’ are mostly foreign labours.

    In fact, Sultan Johor himself recognised the importance of SG in terms of the Iskandar development.

    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/03/18/Sultan-of-Johor-speaks-his-mind-Ruler-gives-a-special-no-holds-barred-interview-on-a-wide-range-of-t/

    HRH Sultan Johor said:

    “I am also confident that more Singaporeans would be purchasing homes in the state due to the weak Malaysian currency.”

    “Anyway, not all these house buyers are from China as there are also locals, especially from Penang and Kuala Lumpur. There are also Singaporean buyers.

    The future is in Johor because Singaporeans, not just Chinese, will be buying homes in Johor.”

    “Once the links are in place, it will become the norm for Singaporeans to live in Johor and work in Singapore. That is the future.”

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    • 44. Helen Ang  |  March 27, 2015 at 10:53 am

      Singapore’s progress comes with a price. Lee Kuan Yew wielded an iron fist.

      His use of ISA was harsher than any Malaysian PM’s. And he kept more dissidents under detention for a long, long time and denying them fair trial. Dr Chia Thye Poh was jailed 23 years without charge and placed under house arrest a further nine years as political prisoner.

      LKY micro-managed. Singaporeans cannot buy bubble gum. They are fined if they fail to flush a public toilet or if they spit in the street.

      “Some elevators are equipped with Urine Detection Devices. These UDDs can actually detect urine odor in elevators, which set off an alarm. Once this alarm goes off, the doors of the elevator close until the police arrive and arrest the perpetrator.”

      – ‘All the Things that are Illegal in Singapore‘ (Business Insider, 18 June 2012)

      He closed the Chinese schools and shut down Nanyang University. Something like The Malaysian Insider would never have been allowed by LKY.

      Singapore also hauled the evangelistas to court. Malaysia has yet to take action against the evangelistas.

      LKY’s philosophy:

      “I am often accused of interfering in the private lives of citizens. Yes, if I did not, had I not done that, we wouldn’t be here today. And I say without the slightest remorse, that we wouldn’t be here, we would not have made economic progress, if we had not intervened on very personal matters–who your neighbour is, how you live, the noise you make, how you spit, or what language you use. We decide what is right. Never mind what the people think.” (Straits Times, 1987)

      You can do that in a small city state that is an island.

      Malaysian PMs administer a country that spills over across the South China Sea and with many different ethnicities. Most importantly, Malaysian PMs do not know how to deal with the aggressive Chinese.

      “Lee was reported to have said that only he is able to teach the Chinese, meaning keep the Chinese in check. This was mentioned in the book Men in White: The Untold Story of Singapore’s Ruling Political Party.” – ‘Lee Kuan Yew was opposed to Chinese Education‘ (The Real Singapore, 23 Nov 2014)

      Poster quote from ‘The Real Singapore’

      LKY would never have allowed the Malaysian Chinese to get away with pijak kepala like Najib has.

      null

      Reply

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