“We’ve full confidence that police have the situation under control and we would of course condemn any uncivilized element that is trying to disrupt Christmas celebrations,” said Lim Guan Eng.
The Christian Chief Minister added that he believed Christmas in Penang would be celebrated in peace, harmony and with mutual respect among all citizens. See video below @ 1:35 onwards.
Apart from banning Christmas,
Why is MCA attacking the govt, Guan Eng queries
Since Guan Eng has “full confidence” in our police to keep peace at churches during Christmas, the DAP sec-gen finds it puzzling that MCA lacked confidence in the same police force to keep peace in shopping complexes that sell mobile phones.
Why is MCA attacking the authorities when the Chinese party is a part of the BN government, asked Guan Eng (see Yahoo! Singapore News on 20 Dec 2015).
“If MCA is angry, they should withdraw from Barisan Nasional. It can do nothing about this Ali Tinju incident,” he said, adding that with such an attitude, “There is no meaning [for MCA] to be in BN”.
Actually, there’s no meaning for MCA to be anywhere in the country’s political landscape.
Slap in the face for MCA from DAP leaders
“We don’t want MCA because it’s a racist, chauvinist party.” — Lim Guan Eng
“DAP won’t welcome them” — Teresa Kok
“We don’t need MCA to join DAP” — Liew Chin Tong, DAP election strategist
Quotes above sourced from Malay Mail story today, ‘Team up with MCA? No way, DAP leaders say‘.
Hidung tak mancung, pipi tersorong-sorong
It’s true that DAP does not need MCA. After all, DAP has already got 95 percent Chinese support, so what can MCA offer that it hasn’t surreptitiously given DAP already? Nothing else.
As it is, MCA’s media and machinery are already covertly chugging in favour of the evangelical party.
MCA is just plain pathetic, especially how it allows the EvangeliSTAR to endlessly bodek the missionary Christians, e.g. The J-Star promoting Hannah Yeoh by deliberately selecting to feature photos of the Selangor Sultan where she is in frame – see above.
And below too.
Scissorati stabbing, stabbing, stabbing
In an earlier posting last week, I highlighted how The J-Star (in its eagerness to promote Hannah Yeoh) had mentioned the Selangor Speaker in the photo above but nonetheless failed to name Selangor State Secretary Mohammed Khusrin Munawi in the same caption.
‘File picture’ means a photo stocked in the archives that is perhaps unrelated to the current event being reported. In fact, there was no need to use the particular shot with Hannah in it as she was not even mentioned in the J-Star article headlined ‘Flourishing economy’ (see above).
It’s only because the J-Star is a Nest of Evangelistas that all these shameful shenanigans – by the scissorati hellbent on providing positive coverage for the DAP as well as casting the BN in a negative light – are allowed to continue unhindered.
Umno pikul biawak hidup
Rather than publicizing Hannah in the two royal yellow umbrella photo stories above (there are plenty of other photos of the Sultan bermesra dengan orangramai), the J-Star could have given Najib a break from the public assaults on his image by publishing the PM’s ‘jiwa rakyat’ photo above.
But no. The picture of Najib holding the umbrella himself and at the same time shading a warga marhaen appeared only in Harian Metro which had picked it up from the PM’s Facebook. The J-Star tak layan pun.
MCA dan jenteranya tikam belakang ada lah. Bila pula MCA dan jenteranya ada tolong BN, kan?
MCA media is voice of the opposition
A regular reader of the J-Star would get the impression that our Malaysian climate is one of gloom and doom. In this, the MCA-owned paper is not much different from the many pro-oppo portals.
Even today, a J-Star columnist penned the pessimistic piece titled ‘A bleak future if there’s no change‘.
Change begins at home and the UBAH proponents can start with the MCA. The Chinese party should indeed withdraw from the BN if it feels that Umno is leading the country astray.
Why must BN be left holding the baby?
BN doesn’t want MCA which serves as nothing more than a nuisance.
Malay voters won’t welcome MCA election candidates anymore.
The ruling party doesn’t need MCA onboard the BN omnibus only for its EvangeliSTAR media to keep promoting DAP values.