Dwi-standard media terhadap Perkasa

May 8, 2015 at 7:47 pm 8 comments

Presiden Perkasa Ibrahim Ali hari ini menyeru pihak media supaya bertindak adil terhadap beliau dengan tidak sering memanggilnya “katak” beserta menggelar pertubuhannya “ultra, “rasis” dan “pelampau” / “ekstremis”.

Ibrahim dicemuh sebagai katak atas alasan beliau melompat dari satu parti ke parti yang lain.

Ruj. ‘Stop calling me katak, Ibrahim pleads’ (Malaysiakini, 8 Mei 2015)

Perang saraf puak pro-Kristian

Media pro-pembangkang tidak pun menggelar Ahli Parlimen evangelista Serdang Ong Kian Ming (gambar bawah) seekor “katak”. OngKianMingSebelum masuk DAP, Kian Ming bertugas dengan SEDAR dan INSAP. SEDAR adalah badan pemikir Socio-Economic Development and Research Institute parti Gerakan manakala INSAP adalah Institute of Strategic Analysis and Policy Research yang dikelolakan MCA. Apabila Kian Ming menyertai DAP, tidak pula akhbar dan portal berita melekatkan label “katak” pada beliau gara-gara latarbelakangnya yang beralih dari Gerakan dan MCA. Siapa ‘katak’ dan siapa bukan, siapa berakhlak mulia dan siapa yang hina semahunya ditentukan dan diputuskan oleh wartawan-wartawan pro-pembangkang yang kebanyakannya Kristian dan pro-DAP sakan. Licik sunnguh. BAWAH: @imokman @hannahyeoh = DAP SuperCyber

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8 Comments Add your own

  • 1. tebing tinggi  |  May 8, 2015 at 9:13 pm

    Ibrahim Ali should not complain ,that is their expertise anyway , everybody knows .

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  • 2. HH  |  May 8, 2015 at 10:48 pm

    When the objective of En Ibrahim Ali’s single raced organization is to ensure the hegemony of one race over the others, by means of martial art and keris brandishing, it is not without reason certain non-flattering adjectives are used to describe his party by the media. The alternative ones, anyway. Seriously, En Ibrahim Ali should not get butthurt over this when he isn’t exactly lending force to populist movement like turtle conservation and feeding orphans.

    As for OKT, apart from his occasional mug face making its appearance on Mkini or some blogs together with his opinions, OKT the person, commands little appeal. Helen is too kind to offer him such prominence on her blog.

    Somebody who knew Ibrahim Ali once told me when he is not on mission defending the ketuanan thing, he is a rather likeable chap. Funny too.

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  • 3. HH  |  May 8, 2015 at 10:58 pm

    Correction: Not OKT but OKM.

    See, my point exactly. Can’t even get his initials right.

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  • 4. Dandy  |  May 8, 2015 at 11:25 pm

    What a lame way of IA to get attention. “Don’t call be Katak”

    wakakakaakakakakakaka

    Next will be HA also saying “I pun tak pakai tudung”

    wakakakakkakakakakaka

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  • 5. Saifful  |  May 9, 2015 at 2:26 am

    calling someone ATAK is ok and funny..calling other people esp from specific races or background certain name is discriminatory and racist!! …no fond of Ibrahim Ali but to be fair, don’t u think we are not being fair to him and his organization?

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    • 6. HH  |  May 9, 2015 at 9:27 am

      Quote: calling other people esp from specific races or background certain name is discriminatory and racist!! …

      I suppose that would depend on what is the word.

      I don’t know if you are alluding to my comment, ‘funny’ in my context above meant sense of humor. It is hardly derogatory. Polls show women value guys with a sense of humor over good looks.

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  • 7. albi  |  May 9, 2015 at 9:02 am

    If we call Ibrahim Ali katak then we have to call Ong Kian Ming kodok. Katak may not be pretty but at least its not hodoh like kodok!

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  • 8. peacecombe  |  May 9, 2015 at 6:02 pm

    Well, I don’t think Ibrahim Ali is double or fickle minded when it comes to loyalties that matter, by which we see he has been measuring all and sundry.

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