Singapore Straits Times ridicules PM Najib.
It is absolutely very blunt for Reme Ahmad, the assistant Foreign Editor to have a cheek insulting PM DS Najib as Santa Claus. Santa Claus only appears once a year at Christmas to encourage children to be obedient to their parents. This incompatible comparison is rash and imprudent; as Santa Claus has nothing to do with Malay culture.
- It is thoughtless of this writer to undermine the credibility and meritorious of PM Mr Najib.
- It is unjust perception for him to mention corruption scandals linked to BN.
Why Reme Ahmad did not mention Opposition’s corruption, scandals and lies inclusively in his article? This is mysteriously fishy information.
- Reme lacks time searching for evaluation of the 6 NKRAs under the Government Transformation Programme except touching on issues of petty economic factors like freebies which the Prime Minister has been visiting his people all round Malaysia to deliver his ‘promises fulfilled’ as contrary to opposition. Opposition has done nothing except full of promises.
- The manifesto produced by Opposition abruptly appeared only last month, whereas the ruling government has been implementing, reviewing and reinventing their manifesto since many years ago.
Reme’s report of the Malaysian politics seems to be at surface value, judging by the way he listed the promises and programmes administered by Opposition is so much scanty percentage as compared to the numerous, invaluable programmes foundations laid and delivered by the government.
Reme bluntly supported Nik Aziz Nik Mat’s full of mockery for PM Mr Najib.
He, just as means as other STS reporters seeks the rhetoric opinion from political analyst Khoo Kay Peng to justify his conclusion.