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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

LAGI SERANGAN STRAITS TIMES SINGAPURA TERHADAP NAJIB !


Singapore Straits Times is sceptical about PM Najib’s new laws.   

1.    Carolyn Hong, the Malaysian Bureau Chief journalist speculates her doubts whether PM Najib’s new laws would invite more urban voters.

· The Repeal of Internal Security Act (ISA)
·Lifting the ban on university students’ participation in politics. Relaxation of Home Minister’s control over newspapers.

2.    She scrubs off PM Najib’s tenacious performance.

She overlooks all the PM’s noble and praiseworthy material contribution to the Malaysian low-income people. She foregoes the indispensable shiny qualities of PM Najib that displays scrupulous assessment of the PM.

3.    The journalist seeks agreement of her dislikes of PM Najib’s new laws from political observers. According to them, it is the urban, middle-class voters are the part of society that mistrust the government most.

4.    By all means Carolyn Hong enjoys criticisms from those anti-governments in order to add more information to readers here.  She picks on the ambiguity layout of the new laws.

5.    The journalist emphasizes again the flaws of PM Najib, and she is relieved upon gaining the negative facts from unhealthy minds of DAP MP’s comments. She blames on factors such like ‘Corruptions and its enabling twins, and extreme patronage system’ that could sway voters away. She grudges against the supporters of race supremacy.
It is truly unjustified for Carolyn Hong to deliberately indulge herself with scepticism to the present government. She toys her imagination with hideous words to nurture her secret intentions of tarnishing Malaysian government.
H.S.

12 comments:

Sniper Elite said...

kita tgklah kerakusan singapura dari dulu hingga kini hanya inginkan tanah melayu..... sehingga mrk sanggup mencampuri urusan politik individu negara lain......

Anonymous said...

That kind of hideous remarks by an analyst who resides in a opposition-free democratic state are very much expected and nothing unusual.

Anonymous said...

Jangan dibiarkan..lakukan sesuatu, jangan sampai nasi menjadi bubur! sudah terantuk baru tergadah! Ingat sejarah..ingat sejarah tidak pernah berbohong

Anonymous said...

Tu lah SINGAPURA yang kini di gelar SINGAPORE , TA lama lagi Dsusuli dengan PULAU PINANG dengan PENANG aja

Kamarul said...

ala.. diorang jealous sebab government diorang tak bagus mcm government kita.. setakat aku sembang2 ngan normal people (taxi driver, monthly wage earner kat singapore), semua menyampah dengan Lee's family.. tapi kalau bising, diorang takut kena tangkap.. so, semua diam je.. jangan peduli ngan suratkhabar diorang..

Jawajohor said...

ORANG MELAYU SINGAPORE MACAM ORANG PALESTINE.
KERAJAAN SINGAPORE MIRIP ISRAEL.
APA NAK HERAN.
MEREKA JEALOUS
WITH ELECTION COMING , THEY INDIRECTLLY CAMPAIGN FOR DAP. KAN DAP = PAP.
ITU PUN ORANG MELAYU MALAYSIA N SINGAPORK
TAK SEDAR.
FIRST PRESIDENT JE MELAYU LEPAS TU, MAMPUS LAH MELAYU.
SINGAPORK NI BANGSAT.
MELAYU TAK SEDAR. MELAYU BODOH MASUK DAP. PUKIMAK PUNYA MELAYU DALAM DAP.

Anonymous said...

Mereka memang mahu kerajaan di tukar,kerana mereka sudah menyimpan beberapa siri video berkaitan dgn bakal PM pilihan 'urban voters'(faham je lah siapa siapa urban voter tu)utk dijadikan bahan ugutan bila perlu.

Saya banyak berjumpa dgn puak 'urban voters' ni,mereka memang mahu menukar kerajaan,di luar mereka senyum pada Najib tapi didalam hati mereka mahukan al Jubori.Kalau mereka dapat berkuasa utk 5 tahun saja mereka sudah boleh mengaut apa saja yg mereka mahu seperti di Perak ,yg hanya utk beberapa bulan.Kalau 'kampong voters' tak sedar rasakanlah akibatnya nanti.

Anonymous said...

Fuck Carolyn Hong

Anonymous said...

ADSVISE TO CAROLYN HONG PLEASE INTEFERE WITH MALAYSIAN INTERNAL MATTERS. BASTARD.

Anonymous said...

Up yours Hong!!!!!!!!!!. Advice your Kesian Looong why he is keeping mum over the by election in on of the constituencies. Just jaga your Singapork ok?. You got it goblok!!

Anonymous said...

NAJIB DAPAT MANDAT UNTUK SERANG SINGAPORKKK

BILA KITA NAK LANYAK DEPA

SINGPORK DAN PENANG SAMA KUAT KRONI NYE

ORG TAK NAMPAK KEEE

BERAPA LAMA SINGPORK TU DIRASAI SEBAGAI LEE'S COUNTRY...

SOALAN CEPU EMAS...

KENAPA NIK TERKINJA2 jumpa LKY..DLM MASA SAMA ANWAR TAK BERAPA KISAH???

Tun Teja said...

1. Carolyn Hong favours opinions by A.P Azmi Sharom from UM’s law faculty who voiced up his doubts about the new laws.
2. I think it is not ethical for a lecturer to speak to the media in such a contradictory remark that could blemish his own country. Especially this Malaysia Bureau Chief for Singapore ST, she will certainly welcome any negative report about Malaysian government. And she enjoys scrawling more tarnish on Malaysian politics.
3. A.P Azmi Sharom further picks on PM Najib, the dominant driver that brings up the political reforms. What is wrong with him ? Does this professor have a problem? Or does he want to trigger loggerheads between UMNO party members and president ?
4. As for lawyer Malik Imtiaz Sarwar, he should not be the president of NHRS if his capability of analyzing terminology of laws is limited. If he is concerned with the security of all Malaysians and the country, he should compose several efficient mottos for the organization, gear towards justice and equality for the country first, then he may sub channel the mottos to other details.
5. If he keeps on complaining the wordy terminology that he himself cannot define comprehensively, but only rattle to this squared-minded journalist, he is making it worse than it looks. People will get more confused, and the journalist greets the lawyer’s grouses with open arms.