Bersih 2.0 – One Paper Dares To Tell The Truth

by Eyes Wide Open The Edge Daily published a surprising eyewitness report by its staff writer, Max Koh, who was covering the Bersih 2.0 march. In a blow-by-blow commentary, Max’s article traces his experiences during the historic 709 march. Not a single one of the other MSMs, print, electronic or broadcast, dared to deviate from … Continue reading

Star-tling Stupidity

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by Eyes Wide Open What a fiasco! More than that, it just demonstrates how removed from reality the movers and shakers in Malaysia are. The Star Online created a poll to ask if the Bersih rally should be allowed. Specifically the question asked was: “What is your view of the proposed Bersih 2.0 rally on … Continue reading

RPK’s Language Test For Malaysians!

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by Eyes Wide Open RPK’s interview on TV3 recently has been greeted by a collective “OMG!!!!” Malaysians against BN seem to be screaming “What is going through RPK’s mind?” While Malaysians against PR seem to be screaming “HALLELUJAH!” But what is RPK actually saying? “In the SD, I related the tale that these people told … Continue reading

New Definition Of “Trial By Media” Courtesy of Utusan

by Eyes Wide Open In 2010, A-G Abd Gani Patail advised Khir Toyo not to pursue a trial-by-media in his land fraud case. He said that whatever he said in the media could be used against him and “The more you say, the more you are going to hurt yourself.” This is probably the first case in the world … Continue reading

Arrest Datuk T, and don’t forget the reporters and editors!

By Reina In Malaysia, you are free to take pictures or videos of your naked self or while doing sexual acts. But the minute you distribute these pictures or video clips or screen them in public places, that’s when the law kicks in and it is deemed a criminal offence. This is where Datuk T, … Continue reading

Media ‘masturbation’ by Pakatan

The BN-PR ongoing media war sees the blame game being played. ‘State PKR secretary and Penang assembly speaker Abdul Halim Hussein blamed the Umno-controlled media for the drop in Malay support. He specifically said the Malay-language dailies have created the impression that Penang is led by a DAP Chinese government bent on marginalising the Malays.’ … Continue reading

Ridhuan Tee at it again / Utusan on Sunday outsells Star

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By Hartal MSM Uppercaise and Sakmongkol in their Jan 16 postings updated respectively on the newspaper circulation numbers and kind of readership. We’re adding our 2 sen here on the Icker factor. uppercaise blogged: ‘Metro, Sin Chew are tops, NST bottoms below 80,000‘ Citing the Audit Bureau of Circulation, uppercaise posted a list of the Top … Continue reading

Nazi Celup Ala Malaysia

by Eyes Wide Open Merely 2 days after Ridhuan Tee’s Nazi-flavoured anti-Christian rant was published, Utusan Malaysia delivers yet another Nazi-flavoured rant. This time about the controversial appointment of the Selangor State Secretary. In his column, assistant editor-in-chief Zaini Hassan called on Malays to zealously defend their sovereignty in the country, declaring: “Do we Malays … Continue reading

Nazi-uan Tee Strikes Again!

by Eyes Wide Open “Christmas celebration sometimes looks as if they form more than 50 per cent of the population. Out of respect for religious freedom, no restriction has been imposed, although it should be celebrated moderately as they are less than ten per cent of the population.” “…jika tidak ada arahanpun, sepatutnya pihak gereja … Continue reading

It’s only Suzuki la, not the World Cup

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By Reina Just about all the newspapers front-paged Malaysia winning the ASEAN Football Federation Suzuki Cup with a 4-2 aggregate against Indonesia in Jakarta last night. The Star went one step further by doing a wrap-around. A wrap-around is when the front and back pages are one. Usually this is done for extremely special stories. … Continue reading

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