Monday, July 16, 2012

STRAITS TIMES SINGAPURA CUBA BAKAR SEMANGAT CINA !


Singapore Straits Times haunts Malaysian government with the case of Teoh Beng Hock’s death.

1.    Teo Cheng Wee revived the case of Teoh Beng Hock’s death with the intention to incite the guilty feelings of MACC.

2.    He welcomed the fiery speech by Lim Kit Siang, the treacherous Malaysian citizen and political analyst Koh Kok Wee who provoked into revenge against the authority.
            
All these names mentioned are responsible for inciting the disharmony and anti-government to weaken BN. 
H.S.  

10 comments:

Anti PAS said...

la ada balik dah ke teoh beng hock ni??? aduh...ntah2 keluarga dia pun tak seprihatin mcm mereka2 ni.....

pelik betoi.......

Anonymous said...

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Merokok merbahayakan kesihatan ... kurangkan merokok .

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Anonymous said...

SOKONG PAS BERUK MEMBAHAYAKAN KESIHATAN LA MONYET!!!!!!! SOKONG HUSAM MACAM SOKONG KAMBING NERUK (KAMBING JANTAN YANG BAU BUSUK DALAM LOGHRAT KELANTAN). PAS UMPAMA KAMBING NERUK GATAL NAK MENJUBO....... DUDUK CIUM BOTOT KAMBING BETINA UMPAMA MEREKA DOK CIUM JUBO DAP

warisan tmk said...

Aku fikir BN sedang menggali kuburnya sendiri(boleh dibaca 'Najib sedang menggali kuburnya sendiri') dengan memberikan seluas-luasnya ruang kepada pembangkang untuk MERACUNI PEMIKIRAN RAKYAT.

Kenapa kita memansuhkan ISA dan Seditious Act, sedangkan jiran kita Singapura masih mengekalkan ISA? Kenapa kita mesti hapuskan Seditious Act, sedangkan inilah di antara akta-akta yang telah berjaya mengekalkan keharmonian antara kaum di negara kita.

Apakah ada sebarang bukti bahawa Cina DAP akan meninggalkan DAP dan menyokong Najib dengan termansuhnya ISA dan Seditious Act?

Aku mula tertanya-tanya siapakah sebenarnya PENASIHAT POLITIK kepada DS Najib. Apa yang BN sedang lakukan akhir-akhir ini samalah seperti Hang Tuah mencampakkan keris Taming Sarinya ke dalam sungai....maksudnya mencampak kuasa...

Anonymous said...

Najib mesti berundur jika Selangor,Kedah dan P.Pinang kekal di tangan pengkhianat.

Anonymous said...

Kementerian tak boleh buat apa2 ka?

Atau belom terjaga dari mimpi lena?

Tun Teja said...

Anom July 16, 2012 11:07,
Saya sudah terfikirkan terlebih dahulu apa yang anda catitkan diatas, sekarang saya amat berbangga alasan anda dipaparkan disini untuk membuka minda kepada semua orang Melayu yang sayangkan negara ini. Idea anda sangat di memberi renungan yang dalam.

PUKR Pondan said...

Clear case of murder and someone in DAP should be investigated. They let a Bomo Siam check the cause of death. But why is Singapork interested?

Anonymous said...

sebenarnya tidak perlu lagi faktor Anwar Ibrahim untuk mengubah Malaysia serba serbinya
kerana Pemimpin Kerajaan sebenarnya banyak menjalankan dan merealisasikan agenda PEMBANGKANG.

Tun Teja said...

• It is distressing to learn nowadays Singapore media reports more about tribulations faced by PM Najib in leading the path to the next general election. Accusations by scheming opposition leaders such as Lim Guan Eng, Lim Kit Siang, Karpal Singh, P.Uthayakumar, Ambiga, Anwar Ibrahim, Mat Sabu, Lim Chee Wee from the Bar Council appear too frequent one after another.
• Newspaper journalists from Malaysia Chief Bureau are easily given green light to slam on BN administration, PDRM and MACC. There is no control or observation from the top Singapore Straits Times chief editor Warren Fernandez and his deputy-editor to supervise the quality in their report writing which is originally based on their national political objective in circulating news about Malaysian politics to public readers in Singapore.

Take for example, Michael Vatikiotis, in the opinion page written on July 11th. Under the title “Pluralism in peril”, Michael rattled from Indonesia to Myanmar in his analytical assessment behind the scene of diversity there lurks a dangerous potential for communal tension and violence unless careful and innovative management in the country involved in exercising more democratic environment.

1. In his article, I only want to extract his opinion about Malaysian politics. He wrote “The next election, which could take place as early as in September, is expected to be a closely fought race that could bring the opposition, led by an ostensibly multiracial party, closer to power than it has been in decades.
The government Barisan National’s anxiety has uncovered irritated only barely buried racial tensions based on fears by the dominant UMNO that an opposition victory will threaten the political dominance of Malay Muslims.”

2. Note the stereo-type of writer who undermines the strength of our Malay political party in relation to multi-racial opposition party.
He clearly does not know the day-to-day life of Malaysian people that have shown a huge growing support for BN owing to BN’s relentless contributions and dedication that could fulfill their future generations’ aspirations.
3. He is a writer of Asia regional director of the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue based in Singapore, but his findings and contents of facts is far less than true and original. BN is in fact a multi-racial party, but the question is why on earth this writer is picking on ethnic political organization, without learning the history of succession of UMNO since the colonization from British. Michael can keep his own opinion to himself if he cannot relate the historical background how UMNO strives and struggles to liberate their country from British empire.

Singapore media should portray their respect for Malaysia’s political situation by professing sincere Malaysian daily environment in tune with optimistic mode before they can gain respect from Malaysian people.