What should the Malays do with MCA?
Personally, I think MCA vice president Chew Mei Fun looks good – awet muda – for her age (she’s past 50).
She is quite the sweet Girl Next Door in her Kajang by-election poster last year – see below.
Above is a slightly earlier photo of Chew published in Sin Chew when she was Women, Family and Community Development Deputy Minister. Like I said, she’s sweet-looking, isn’t she?
Which is something remarkable for a politician given the pressures of office. She must have good karma (she’s a Buddhist).
Below is Utusan‘s most recent photograph of Chew available online that’s dated 23 April 2015. Her demeanour is more serious but still not unattractive.
J-Star perpetually backstabbing the BN
Below are the J-Star‘s most recent photographs of Chew.
I believe it is a form of subtle sabotage by the Nest of Evangelistas to deliberately select the most unflattering pictures of MCA and Umno politicians.
Chew is the Penang MCA chief and she’s campaigning for the BN candidate in the Permatang Pauh by-election.
BELOW: Chew’s photo published in The J-Star yesterday and two days ago
J-Star newsroom and editorial floor full of Christians
I’ve noticed that in contrast, the EvangeliSTAR always chooses Hannah Yeoh’s photos with the greatest care so that Madame Speaker is presented at her best.
Don’t forget that the J-Star editors are fanatics. They tweeted Hannah’s appointment as Speaker a total of 10 times in the span of 24 hours over the @staronline official Twitter account of the MCA-owned newspaper.
MCA leaders are Invisible Women in their own party-controlled media
I’m also willing to bet that you are unable to tell me the name of the current Wanita MCA chief as well as the immediate past Wanita MCA chief.
Well, its presently Datuk Heng Seai Kie and preceding her is Datuk Yu Chok Tow.
The J-Star obviously fails to give MCA women the kind of publicity and promotion the paper accords to DAP evangelistas and Friends of Pakatan.
Worse still, the Scissorati in the Gunting Dalam Lipatan appear to kenakan Wanita MCA as indicated by the Chew Mei Fun photos this week.
BELOW: Photos of Mukhriz as they appeared in The J-Star
Sabo and sticking scissors in the BN’s back
Methinks what the paper is doing is an act of sabotage.
Umno politicians, especially the Kedah Menteri Besar, had better watch out. I’m convinced that the Scissorati feel about him the same way that the Dapsters feel about Tun.
Below are several more photos of the Mukhriz previously selected and published by The J-Star.
The photo selection made by J-Star of Mukhriz does not indicate that the Scissorati harbour warm fuzzy feelings for him.
Above is the favourite picture of a fierce-looking Tun which the opposition media and pro-Pakatan bloggers love to use.
Below are pictures of Tun and his son which I’ve used in my blog.
Christians, Christians, Christians everywhere in The J-Star
The J-Star is full of Christians.
Nicholas Cheng, the reporter that covered the Taman Medan anti-cross protest, is a Christian who feared getting beaten up by the demonstrators.
Many of the J-Star columnists are Christians too. The paper even gave a column to DAP evangelista MP Ong Kian Ming. It did not make the same offer to the MCA Youth chief, did it?
ABOVE: Chun Wai’s billboard message calls upon moderates to “stand up against religious and racial bigots”
EvangeliSTAR is the tail wagging the MCA dog
Today is Wesak Day. There are more Buddhists than there are Christians in the Chinese community. And MCA claims that it represents the Chinese community. The party is owner of The J-Star.
Wesak today coincidentally falls on Sunday, which is the day the J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai’s weekly column appears. In his article today ‘Insist on the middle ground‘, Chun Wai failed to wish his paper’s readers Happy Wesak Day and nor did he make even the slightest allusion to Lord Buddha.
In his pre-Christmas article on the Sunday closest to Dec 25 titled ‘Find a middle ground‘, Chun Wai talked about “singing praises to God during the Christmas mass” and how “the Advent season lasts for four Sundays leading up to Christmas”. He talked about hymn books, Father Cyril, the Bible and the cross.
But today on Wesak Day, Chun Wai says zilch about the occasion, about Lord Buddha or about Buddhists in his column.
The MCA supposedly represents the Chinese community and the Chinese community has more Buddhists than Christians.
Nonetheless, the MCA-owned media is running a newspaper with an evangelical slant that’s pro opposition. This is treachery.
The MCA has betrayed the Buddhists and is a biawak hidup that should no longer be carried by Umno.