Tuesday, August 7, 2012

STRAITS TIMES SINGAPURA DAKWA PENGUNDI CINA NAK BN , TAPI HATI-HATI DENGAN BERITA INI !



Singapore Straits Times claims that increase of Malaysian Chinese support could result in possible victory for BN. 

Salim Osman copied resources from the same prejudiced propaganda survey Merdeka Centre. It is recurringly monotonous and unimpressive. 
The reason for Salim’s concern about the Malaysian Chinese voters are:  

·        Umno’s hardliners prevent PM Najib’s reforms of 40-yr old that had not brought about effects on the Chinese.
·        Umno’s radical push for Malay supremacy or “ketuanan Melayu” is seen as a threat to non-Malay interests.
·        The controversies over Christians using the word “Allah” and the denial of Christian Bibles in Malay deprives the right to freedom of religion. 
Salim referred to a book writer Wong Chin Huat, an activist and academician who listed three fear factors experienced by the community:
·        Fear of ethnic violent if they back the opposition.
·        Fear of losing representation in the government.
·        Fear of instability and uncertainty.  

Out of the three, the journalist stated that fear of instability and uncertainty will remain to be seen as there are conflicts among the coalition of opposition party.  

It took some effort for Salim to analyse PM Najib’s weighing over the importance of Chinese voters, finally Salim still retracts to point fingers at Umno.   

Depending on whatever reasons Salim wishes to seek popularity for his article, some Malays as well as Umno readers could respond with awkwardness or vice-versa.

H.S.
   

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Merokok merbahayakan kesihatan ... kurangkan merokok .

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Anonymous said...

Awas ada kanak kanak melintas dihadapan.

Anonymous said...

Awasi anak anda di musim Banjir.

Anonymous said...

Awas ada Ahli Politik Pendubur di dalam Malaysia..

Anonymous said...

Awasi isteri anda agar tidak berselingkuh dgn Ulamak PAS.

Anonymous said...

Awasi isteri anda supaya tidak tersesat ka bilek hotel pukol 3 pagi untuk mendgr ceramah oleh o-start PAS..

Anonymous said...

Merokok membahayakan kesihatan tapi Makan aiskrim dalam Jamban baik untuk kesihatan...

Anonymous said...

Hati-hati apa saje berita dari Singapork, bapak angkat DAPig di Malaysia ini....

Anonymous said...

HAtiphati dengan PENIPU RAKYAT....

Tipu , bohong , auta makanan PR..

Dengar berita dr mrk bole tapi brpikir brjuta kali utk mmprcayainya...

PR lbh banyak AUTA dar FAKTA...

SAY NO TO PAKATAN HARAM

Anonymous said...

layarilah laman portal web berita yang disediakan PERCUMA tanpa perlu melanggan Freemalaysiakini2.com , sebarkan kepada rakan-rakan anda.

PUKR Pondan said...

@Bomo Siam better keep his toddler comments away. Don't he have someone who can keep him locked up?

Tun Teja said...

1. Perhaps we must ruminate the root rationale of why Singapore Straits Times always criticises politics in Malaysia. We could probably give our views judging from every article publicized by these newspapers we could sense their main objectives is to spread information on the basis of weaknesses of the present government, despite the progresses in all infrastructures that the government has been developing continually ruled by United Malay National Organization since after the emergency period. Consequently, this rationale shoots influence his concentration on why he writes articles that he couldn’t think he could offend the feelings of Malays who love their country, their places of birth, their childhood playground as well as their fertile land that flourish with natural resources.

2. We could perceive that Salim Osman is living in the nation that has been ruled by People Action Party. His mentality about living under different political party government is totally lack of Malay nationalism. His attitude towards Malay nationalism is utterly irrelevant. He doesn’t have to feel proud and courageous towards Umno.

3. What he could see from the top ladder is to spread impartial views of information about Malaysia while working towards attaining the main objectives of his employer Singapore Press Holdings.

Anonymous said...

APA KATA DAP DALAM 13 MEI 1969, MELAYU TAK SEDAR LAGIKE?
Biar rakyat dengar semula apa yang DAP kata pada tahun 1969 membawa kepada peristiwa 13 Mei. Slogan yang dibawa pada masa itu ialah ‘Malai Si’. ‘Malai Si’ ini maknanya “Mati Melayu”.
Kemudian kita lihat dalam himpunan-himpunan dan perarakan-perarakan yang mereka buat. Ini antara kenyataan yang mereka keluar pada 11 Mei, “Apa polis boleh buat, kita Raja. Buang sama polis Melayu” .Pada 11 Mei di Jalan Bukit Bintang, “Mati Melayu, kemudian kita lihat dalam himpunan-himpunan dan perarakan-perarakan yang mereka buat. Ini antara kenyataan yang mereka keluar pada 11 Mei, “Apa polis boleh buat, kita Raja. Buang sama polis melayu”
Pada 11 Mei di Jalan Bukit Bintang, “Mati Melayu, sakai pergi masuk hutan”.
Pada 11 Mei Jalan Changkat Dollah, “KL sekarang Cina punya”.
Pada 12 Mei Jalan Ipoh, Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman, “Melayu balik kampung, melayu sekarang tiada kuasa. Sekarang kita Cina sudah control.”
Di Jalan Khir Kampung Baru, depan orang Melayu ini kenyataan parti Yang Berhormat Ipoh Timur, “Melayu keluar…! Apa lagi duduk sini, kita hentam lu.., sekarang kita sudah ada kuasa…”.
Pada 12 Mei depan Balai Polis Jalan Pudu… “…..semua Melayu kasi habis, kasi halau semua polis.”
Pada 12 Mei. Okey nanti kejap lagi. Saya hendak habiskan. Biar dia faham. “Apa ini Melayu, kita sudah perintah dia negeri, ini negeri bukan melayu punya, mata-mata lancau….!”
Pada 12 Mei Jalan Canvel, “Butuh Melayu, Malai si, pergi mati Melayu…”
Pada 12 Mei Jalan Bukit Bintang, “Ini negeri bukan Melayu punya, kita mahu kasi halau semua Melayu.”
PETIKAN DARI GAP

Anonymous said...

Cina sial..