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Four out of five J-Star readers “angry” at Najib’s call to strengthen unity

The screen capture below shows reader responses to the article ‘Najib: It’s time to strengthen unity, not dwell on 1MDB‘ published in The J-Star today.

Please look at the reader feedback at the bottom of the page. The EvangeliSTAR crowd is 87 percent against Najib Razak.

What say the newly minted BN strategic communications director and his colleague the Multimedia Minister about this? (more…)

August 2, 2015 at 9:21 am 36 comments

Isma are ‘troublemakers’, ‘violent’ – allusion and label in Jakarta Post article

An article titled ‘Catch the real troublemakers’ was published in The Jakarta Post today with regard to the Low Yat riot.

See the parts highlighted in yellow where Isma is mentioned. (more…)

July 17, 2015 at 5:15 pm 8 comments

Low Yat suspects called “thugs” five times by The J-Star in short 287-word article

For The J-Star, one side of the brawl at Low Yat Plaza were the “sales clerks” (Chinese) while the other side were the “thugs” (Malays).

The EvangeliSTAR story – see below – was filed for the MCA paper by Nicholas Cheng, the same Christian reporter who had previously covered the episode of the church cross removal, see ‘J-Star reporter @ Taman Medan: “Who gives you the right to claim this land as Muslim land?”(more…)

July 14, 2015 at 10:10 am 101 comments

PAS should contest the MCA’s Malay seats

Scissorati from the Nest of Evangelistas stabbed 1MDB in the back.

Tapi MCA masih muka tebal boleh buat tak tahu. (more…)

July 12, 2015 at 7:04 pm 14 comments

Hannah in AFP interview: “How extreme can you be?”

Excerpt below from an international (wire agency) news report yesterday @

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Garangnya … If looks could kill

“I really think moral policing has to stop,” said Selangor State Speaker Hannah Yeoh.


July 1, 2015 at 4:52 am 37 comments

No choice, you gotta pick your side

I choose BN.


June 14, 2015 at 12:48 pm 11 comments

7 out of 10 Chinese see themselves as Malaysian First, claims J-Star survey

So we can expect seven out of every 10 Chinese in the country to be able to speak Malaysia’s national language as their native tongue (just like the ethnic Chinese in Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines do their respective country’s native language) and also be willing to send their children to National School.

“Chinese” school should only cater for those three out of every 10 Chinese who view themselves by Race/Ethnicity First. The seven out of 10 Chinese who see themselves as Malaysian First must send their children to National School because vernacular school is only suitable for the Chinese Firsters. (more…)

May 11, 2015 at 3:27 am 85 comments

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