Singapore Straits Times blamed on ’s economic policies.
During the PR dominated debate on the economic management of Malaysia, Opposition accused the BN of wasteful spending that has caused Malaysia into a close self-imposed debt ceiling.
- Carolyn Hong watched this episode of economic debate between the two rivalry political parties like thrilling sports. She harped on the BN’s loss of maintaining two-thirds majority in Parliament. She still favoured the views of senseless political analyst Wan Saiful Wan Jan, who heads the libertarian Ideas think-tank.
- Carolyn Hong intended to drum into the minds of Malaysian voters here, that no matter how good economy will thrive under BN as boosted by PM Najib and the Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin, it is still not convincing.
- She sided on the Opposition’s arguments that PM Najib used scare tactics and half-truths. Citing again from Tony Pua, the DAP economic strategist; he said PM Najib has neglected to include some RM 40 billion in government-guaranteed debt. Even the PKR deputy-president, Azmin Ali stated that Malaysian economy had performed better when opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim was Finance Minister as compared to after his sacking in 1998.
- Wan Saiful Wan Jan hoped that the facts and figures would persuade the fence-sitters while elaborating that some two-thirds of Malaysia’s 13.1 million voters have already decided their choices. He also gave a dwindling forecast of BN’s upcoming voters in the election.
- Agreeing with political analyst Wan Saiful, Carolyn Hong was assured that BN cannot dismiss the perception of many Malaysians about the BN’s failure in curbing corruption.
- She was relieved to hear from vindictive analysts that PR could have a chance to fulfil their promises to new voters.
Are Azmin Ali, Tony Pua and Wan Saiful Wan Jan reliable sources for report in Singapore Straits Times?
It is clearly indicated that this woman journalist possesses unforgiving, vengeful mindset against BN. We shall see her continuous article that intended to brainwash foreign voters here.