Carolyn Hong from Singapore Straits Times criticized Malaysian government from economic reforms to new government policies.
1. She still repeated her demand to know the time when the general election would be held.
2. She dug from sources of speculation by think-tank Ideas political analyst Wan Saiful Wan Jan who again ridiculed the government policies. Wan Saiful easily chose to blame the government without scrutinizing his analysis to the sections that affect the pros and cons in his research.
3. Carolyn Hong still harped her grudge on government spending for the low income families.
4. She continued her criticism by retrieving information from Opposition MP Liew Chin Tong, the DAP strategist.
5. She used a contradictory statement from Nur Jazlam Mohamed, chairman of the state-owned Urban Development Holdings to support her criticism.
Wan Saiful is himself needs to deepen his think-tank of Ideas for further digging between facts and fiction. Carolyn Hong should be banned from writing defamatory and false information for confusing the foreign Malaysian voters.
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Journalist from Singapore ST Yong Yen Nie hit the FGVH again with bleak outcomes in future.
1. She took information from financial analysts who were biased. Uncertain profits from FG by Sime Darby and Golden Agri-Resources in future could divert shareholders and investors away. Yong Yen Nie listed some factors that would cause dim outlook in FGVH:
· Weaker demand for palm oil in the global economic slowdown
· Dry weather stunt the growth of oil-rich palm flowers
· Oil palm trees are too old especially those plantations that come from Sime Darby.
2. She wrote that the company’s performance would have political impact of the government’s plan.
3. Policy study lecturer Shaharuddin Baharuddin from UTM blatantly ridiculed Umno. He blamed Umno for taking the risk in FGVH facing the next election.
Yong YN is a superficial journalist. She enthusiastically greeted the remark of pessimistic outcomes by Mr Quah He Wei, an economic analyst from Hwang DBS Vickers Research. This research analyst failed to dive his insight into the area of Malay politics.