Woohooo! The Star says today … diddly squat

Master Snivel starts with congratulating the PM “for making an impression on Sarawakians”.

Then onwards march and westward ho to the ‘1’ concept that these precious hacks oiling his propaganda machinery are never tired spinning. 1Malaysia is “laudable in uniting the people for the nation’s progress. Thus an Opposition bereft of better ideas can only attack it with trivia,” the Star says.

After that, the Star opens its mouth even wider not realising that its brain is not yet fully awake on a sunshiny Sunday morning, and says some more: “It is good that Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has clarified that non-Muslim societies established in schools before 2000 would not be banned. Those formed after 2000 would need prior approval from the Education Ministry.

“Presumably this is because school societies must not discriminate through an exclusive membership. To exclude pros­pective members based on race or religion is discriminatory, violating the 1Malaysia formula.

“Some non-Muslim societies in some schools have already been closed, much to the disquiet of pupils, parents and all 1Malaysia adherents.”

Our questions to the sleepy, sniveling Star:

(1) Why the prior approval required for non-Muslim societies if none are needed for Kelab Islam?

(2) Does not the same discriminatory stricture of “exclud[ing] pros­pective members based on race or religion” apply to Muslim societies as well? So how come what’s sauce for the goose is not sauce for the gander?

(3) If some non-Muslim societies in some schools have already been closed as Star itself is saying, what’s all this snouting about the Opposition bereft of better ideas attacking Najib’s non-starter 1Malaysia slogan “with trivia”?

(4) Who are the all “1Malaysia adherents” you’re referring to?

(5) Your political masters must be scraping the bottom of the barrel. (This is not a question for Snivel; it’s our observation since the paper is majority-owned by MCA and the communal party is landed in another useless hand-wringing like it wasn’t a part of the government and the “1Malaysia formula” but an NGO.

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6 Responses to “Woohooo! The Star says today … diddly squat”
  1. The DPM should be removed from Minister positions. Our country does not need this kinda baggage.

  2. Once a while we need people like the DPM to remind us what umno stands for.

  3. IN THE BLAME GAME WHO IS AT FAULT?

    Whenever there’s selective perception
    There’ll be obvious selective persecution
    Blame is often placed on those in execution
    While real culprits are those in the formulation

    (C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 250710
    http://MotivationInMotion.blogspot.com
    Sun. 25th July 2010.

  4. James Tan says:

    WONG CHUN WAI………. YOU ARE A HARLOT DEVOID OF ANY HONOR. AS A PENANGITE, I AM ASHAMED YOU ARE A SAINT XAVIER’S BOY AND CLAIM TO BE A CHURCH-GOING CHRISTIAN. GOD KNOWS HIS OWN

  5. forestbear says:

    I am a Sarawakian and I wish to put on record that the Star has got its facts not quite correct. I am not impressed by Najib’s pre-election goodies.What good is a few hundered million ringgit when only 40% will reach the target people? I note he has yet to say anything sympathetic about the raped Penan women. And throwing all this pocket change in Sarawak at this time, does this come from the RM8 billion development expenditure allocated to his department or what? All he has to do is to reduce his PM’s Department’s operating expenditure by half to RM2 billion and let Sarawak and Sabah have the RM1 billion each.

    I am reminded that Taiwan also has 28 million people like Malaysia but only has 530,000 civil servants unlike our Malaysian 1.2 million civil servants. Najib looks up to Obama, don’t he? Try to emulate President Obama then who only has less than 2,000 people under his department and an annual expenditure of only RM1.2billion!

  6. Love this info, thanks so much

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