10 days in May (4)

Tweets @limkitsiang:-

Unmitigated 1Msia disaster – only way 2describe outcome of Najib’s meeting w church leaders over Utusan’s outrageous “Christian Msia” lies.

Who in dock of public opinion? Church leaders or Utusan/UMNO? Ch ldrs’ undertakings 2respect Islam’s position/Constitution when not issues?

No word whatsoever from Najib on “mean/fast action” (MohdArshadRaji) agnst Utusan/Umno cyber ringleaders 4Utusan “Christian Msia” outrage?

No wonder in these “10 Days in May” more Msians say: “THOUGHT PAK LAH WAS BAD ENUF. Golly, Najib is annoyingly hopeless!” Real Pathetic.

Ultra Umno forces fronted by KhirToyo won the day – but 1Msia religious harmony Msia’s international image n competitiveness major losers

Sedition/treason 4Utusan 2frontpage “Christian Msia” bogey 2ignite religious tensions n polarise country just 4Umno 2corral back Malay votes

DAP/PR ever-ready 2offer co-operation 2PM 2put out fire lit by Utusan @Phatkor I think you have a duty to also stop the fire from burning.

But not 2pretend problem comes from Christians when its sole creation r Utusan/Umno cyber ringleaders. PR stands 4real religious harmony

  1. #1 by k1980 on Thursday, 12 May 2011 - 11:17 pm

    The mainstream media, for as long as they pander to the government, enjoy immunity from public prosecution. But Utusan Malaysia has earned a special place within this untouchable clique simply by the virtue of being owned by UMNO. This privilege has spawned relentless attacks on the opposition and increasingly frequent inflammatory reports on race and religion. But while most urbanites can see right through Utusan Malaysia’s thinly-veiled propaganda, its rural readership remains staunch believers.

    The blog quoted Hata Wahiri as saying that the country should worry about the “slander” his former employer is producing, “because it is taking root in the rural areas. Kuala Lumpur and Selangor are multi-cultural and able to discuss Utusan’s reports among themselves to seek clarification. But the rural community is predominantly Malay-Muslim. Who are they going to cross-check their facts with? Neither is there another Malay-language paper to counter Utusan’s reports. The only media they are exposed to is government-owned media.”

    Hata warned that the newspaper is stoking racial flames and that “one day it will explode. I’m very afraid of that. If anything were to happen, it will begin in the rural areas.” If it continues, he said, “another May 13” – the day in 1969 when the country exploded into race riots that took hundreds of lives – is likely.


  2. #2 by raven77 on Friday, 13 May 2011 - 1:34 am

    Mahyuddin is out get Jibby…..now it is only a matter of time….

  3. #3 by firehawk on Friday, 13 May 2011 - 11:23 am

    I wonder how and what will say to this article written by John Teo of NST

  4. #4 by firehawk on Friday, 13 May 2011 - 11:25 am

    From my point of view, I am not impressed with how DAP Sarawak has handled the whole Shadow Cabinet issue. Solipsism, interesting concept.

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