Sell J-Star to DAP for one ringgit, MCA urged
“Just like Hannah Yeoh I really pity MCA and Gerakan. To fight against this DAP propaganda machinery and regain the Chinese support is certainly no easy task.”
Why are the Chinese like that when MCA owns Malaysia’s biggest media company?
I replied to Albi and said @ 2015/04/23 at 11:58 am
“The biggest media conglomerate in Malaysia is The J-Star. (The Umno-owned Utusan has been making losses the last couple of years but The EvangeliSTAR has been reaping tons of profits and expanding their online operations even.)
“The J-Star is owned by the MCA. The DAP does not own any commercial media; it only has its party organ The Rocket.
“So why is it that the propaganda so heavily favours the DAP when it is MCA that is the owner of the country’s biggest media (newspaper, online portal, Switch.Up TV, radio stations, magazines, and that ‘Moderation’ campaign that is infiltrating university campuses)?”
Baik dengar cakap budak dari dengar nasihat konsultan
Even an 11-year-old boy can see what The J-Star is doing. Ahmad Ali Karim (pix above) remarked @ 2015/04/22 at 10:55 pm
“Dear Aunty Helen,
“It is really sad that the Pemuda Umno can’t fight Hannah and Najib does not do anything about The Star.“
BELOW: The editor of Star Online and his Dapster reporter
“Some of the Malays in Taman Medan are idiots”
Nicholas Cheng is the Star Online Christian reporter who covered the Taman Medan protest against the cross displayed on the church.
The following are some of the comments in #nichocheng – the J-Star reporter’s – Twitter timeline about the Taman Medan demo. His Malay and Muslim online buddies who are J-Star readers appear to be supportive of the church in this matter.
- NaSa @_naddddzirah: “Sickening. The heck do they think they’re doing? Where is the respect for other religions? -_-” .
- Fiziq Ashrani @fiziqashrani: “melayu kat taman medan pemikiran masih kolot. i live nearby so i know” / “some of the malays in taman medan are idiots. i live nearby so i know these kind of people exists” / “true that. these kind of people are used to live in malay majority thats why these kind of things happen” / “plus they have the “rumah setinggan” thinking. quite hard to mend their minds lol”
Read also how Pakatan followers view pro-establishment voters as “village idiots” and how the J-Star‘s then acting group editor wrote in her column that people who voted to keep the status quo are “stupid” – see ‘Checklist: Description of a BN voter‘ .
More comments from the J-Star reporter Nicholas Cheng’s Twitter timeline:
- lana @
Blxcklunx: “THIS IS SO UNFAIR. THIS IS NOT TAUGHT BY ISLAM. THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH MALAY OR MUSLIMS NOWADAYS” / “they violent [sic] the rights of the minority to have their own worship house. And a discrimination tho” .
@shhrzlaffnd: “buat malu je” .
Nabilah Alshari @AlshariMinako: “so we’re not all victims. That’s a surprise”
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A quarter of J-Star readers are Malay and they’re urbanites
Preachers of Love
The bodies of the native Americans killed at Wounded Knee Creek, South Dakota were brought to a church.
The pulpit in church was still decorated with a Christmas banner that said ‘Peace on Earth and Goodwill to Men’. On the floor of the church were the laid the women and children who had been “shot to pieces” [10-minute clip from documentary].
Thomas H. Tibbles, a reporter of Omaha World Herald who was an eyewitness to the massacre, recounted:
“Nothing I have seen in my whole… life ever affected or depressed or haunted me like the scenes I saw that night in that church. One un-wounded old woman… held a baby on her lap… I handed a cup of water to the old woman, telling her to give it to the child, who grabbed it as if parched with thirst. As she swallowed it hurriedly, I saw it gush right out again, a bloodstained stream, through a hole in her neck.
“Heartsick, I went to… find the surgeon… For a moment he stood there near the door, looking over the mass of suffering and dying women and children… The silence they kept was so complete that it was oppressive… Then to my amazement I saw that the surgeon, who I knew had served in the Civil War, attending the wounded… from the Wilderness to Appomattox, began to grow pale… ‘This is the first time I’ve seen a lot of women and children shot to pieces,’ he said. ‘I can’t stand it’….
“Out at Wounded Knee, because a storm set in, followed by a blizzard, the bodies of the slain Indians lay untouched for three days, frozen stiff from where they had fallen. Finally they were buried in a large trench dug on the battlefield itself.”