Thursday, July 12, 2012

SALAHGUNA DANA : STRAITS TIMES SINGAPURA CUBA PERTAHAN PAKATAN.



Singapore Straits Times reports on fresh corruption charges against Selangor government seems obscure.

1.    Carolyn Hong still did not explain why opposition MP Tony Pua rebutted the allegation.

2.    She again resolved to accept rebukes by Ong Kian Ming, the political analyst from UCSI University against BN. Certainly it was not difficult for him to find fault with Federal government and fabricated more flaws of BN.

3.    Instead of elaborating the case of graft by opposition-held Selangor government, this journalist quoted the      past case of NFC repeatedly.

      She needs to rack her brains for more information of grafts by Pakatan Rakyat.
        H.S.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

grafts exist almost everywhere to deny its existence in one place and not the others, is not fair at all

Anonymous said...

.

Merokok merbahayakan kesihatan ... kurangkan merokok .

.

Anonymous said...

kenapa negara maju memajukan pasukan anti rasuah

JAWAPANNYA MUDAH IAITU LEBIH DEPA MAJU LAGI CANGGIHLAH KAEDAH SUAPAN DAN DENGAN ITU KENALAH PIHAK PEMBANTERAS DICANGGIHKAN SEIRINGAN

Anonymous said...

NST S'pork bullshit

Anonymous said...

NST S'pork kawan baik HaraMkah PAS

Anonymous said...

tak kisahlah kalau talam dua muka diberikan keistimewaan di selangor tetapi janganlah spin seolah-olah pengundi tunjuk thumb up wal hal dalam isu talam dua muka ibu jari pengundi menunjukkan isyarat thumb down

Anonymous said...

Apek kiasu xkan menyokong jika xmndatangkn keuntongan bagi pihak dia.....

Melayu pakatan mmg BODDO sbb dah jelas bgmana nasib Melayu neg Apek Kiasu skrg tapi masih nak meraih sokongan n pertolongan Apek2 Kiasu itu...bute hati betol..

Anonymous said...

korang nak beli tanah paya untuk ternak ikan sepat lantak korang ler

mungkin ikan itu boleh dieksport ke seberang tambak johor, kan kan.

Anonymous said...

Tanah payah berharga $40 juta ...

lepas ni tanah kat depan rumah kena pagar la woi takut nanti tanah tu dijual oleh khalid tanah

Anonymous said...

tanah paya usah ditambak

biorkan saja ia jadi tempat pembiakan lintah darat

kah kah kah

Anonymous said...

aku rasalah perancanan asal tanah berair itu adalah untuk dipam air, diproses dan diagih untuk kegunaan domestik kot

Anonymous said...

Carolyn Hong is a bitch.

Anonymous said...

BERAPA BERAT DAN AZAB NYA PM NAJIB MAHU MEMERINTAH MSIA KA ARAH KEMAJUAN.

SERANG BERTUBI2 DARI LUAR NEGARA YANG BIADAP DAN BANGSAT DAN DARI DALAM NEGARA PULAK OLEH MELAYU2 YANG SIAL DAN PEROSAK DAN JUGAK WARGA MSIA DARI SUKU KAUM LAIN YANG BERFAHAMAN RASIS DAN KOMINIS BANGSAT.

SEMOGA ALLAH MEMBERI KEKUATAN, KEBERANIAN DAN KEBIJAKSNAAN SAPERTI TUN M AMIN...

Anonymous said...

pas xtahu ke betapa mnyampah mrk pada pas juga...

mangkok punya pas

inila saki baki melayu yg kagum LKY pakai songkok dulu

Anonymous said...

haihhha awatla bangang sgt pncacai2 juak2 Parti Ajaran Sesat nih. Singapura secara terang mnyokong pun masih buta lg. mmg pgkianat negara! hrp ISA dihidupkan kmbali dan sumbat semua pgkianat2 nih ke dlm ! br aman negara mcm zmn Tun

RH said...

Serangan atas arahan Lee Kuan Yew/ Lim Guan Eng

PUKR Pondan said...

This is to high level thinking for a nutcake like @Bomo Siam.

Tun Teja said...

1. Ong Kian Ming the political analyst should acknowledge the case of graft committed by Selangor opposition–ruled government with dignity if he is a man of integrity. Instead he reproached MCA exposes had caused adverse effect several times.
2. He put the blame on the federal government that failed to build more Chinese schools. In fact PM Najib and DPM Muhyiddin had strived so hard and laborious to meet the demands from Chinese community, however, this political analyst always has a ready fist to backfire BN. And the evidence of BN’s performance targets have shown significantly though OKM refused to acknowledge it unless he sees Selangor is ruled continually in the next general election.
3. He did not even try to rationalize the achievements targeted by BN except to broadcast to Malaysian voters who reside in Singapore in the bad light.
4. Carolyn Hong did not come out from the allusion that she shared with political analyst Khoo Kay Peng and both of them had suffered bangs of stumbled blockhead.
5. It is not relevant for C.H. to refer to the recent political squabbles she brought up by KKP about the old mud-slinging politics in this article that bears the title above.
6. But readers understood all that she wanted to deliver the message is she hesitantly disapprove the graft case by opposition party that rules Selangor.

Tun Teja said...

Today’s newspaper Singapore Straits Times highlights PM Najib’s announcement of replacement of Sedition Act.
From 1948 to date: Sedition Act
After 2012: National Harmony Act.
However, the newspaper journalist did not elaborate what is stated in the new law. She only rattled about the Sedition Act.
“The Sedition Act was passed in 1048 to make it an offence to stir up racial enmity. It also became an offence to question certain matters such as the special position of the Malays and the sovereignty of the rulers. The Act was intended to preserve racial harmony but has become seen as a tool to suppress dissenting views.”

Of course, anyone who is non-bumiputra and non-Malays must not question the special position of the Malays and the sovereignty of rulers, because the country belongs to the Malays originally before the coming of Portuguese in 1511 until now. This is rooted in our Malays DNA.
Even Malays in Singapore feel the same.

Singapore Sedition Act has our origins. For example;
Every morning Singapore schools and teachers, principals and vice principal must take and say our pledge after the National Anthem:
We, the citizens of Singapore,
Pledge ourselves as one united people,
Regardless of race, language or religion,
To build a democratic society,
Base on justice and equality,
So as to achieve happiness, prosperity
And progress for our Nation.
The pledge-taking has become a legacy that cannot be revoked. Should any school staff refuse to say the pledge, he or she could face termination of teaching service.