Wikileaks on Arabs and ‘voluptuous’ blonde

Pix: From dailymail.co.uk Among revelations in Wikileaks from the leaked American diplomatic cables: “King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia repeatedly exhorted the United States to “cut off the head of the snake” by launching military strikes to destroy Iran’s nuclear program, according to leaked U.S. diplomatic cables.” — Reuters Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi has a … Continue reading

No wonder he wants FB banned!

by Eyes Wide Open On December 7th, it was reported that Umno Supreme Council member Dr Shahidan Kassim wanted Facebook to be blocked as it posed a threat to national security. He is quoted as saying, “If the website content poses a threat to national security and insults Islam, then it is unnecessary to have … Continue reading

Penangites should ask Guan Eng about the land deals

Pix: Screenshot of reader’s response to an Anil Netto report on the building of condos on Penang hillslopes. The public forum on Penang’s Freedom of Information (FOI) Enactment Bill was to have been held on Nov 28 but postponed due to Lim Chong Eu’s passing. Chairman of the select committee on the FOI bill Jagdeep … Continue reading

Remember Reuters’ cropped knives? An update

Pix above: ‘The Reuters crops were deemed sufficiently serious to prompt a complaint from Israel’s Minister for Public Diplomacy Yuli Edelstein, who demanded an explanation from Tom Glocer, CEO of Thomson Reuters.’ — ‘Shattered Lens – The Gaza Flotilla’ “I remember noticing a knife in the hands of one of the men on the ship as … Continue reading

Puppy hanged for sport

The Malay Mail highlighted the above photo in its article ‘Puppy torture photo brings out animal lovers’ anger‘ on Oct 25. The photo, which has been posted on several blogs and social networking sites, showed two individuals gesturing with an obscene one-finger salute while one was holding a hanged puppy. Someone retweeted the photo on … Continue reading

Giant leap for media freedom

By Reina Radio Free Sarawak went on air for the first time on Monday (November 15). From London to the people in interior Sarawak via the old shortwave radio. The humble radio and the cold-storaged shortwave radio have been called back to duty. The very frequency that was used to reach out to the rakyat … Continue reading

Najib mentioned ‘ethnic cleansing’, Star didn’t report

The three most viewed stories in Star Online at the time of writing are: ‘I never saw it coming, says feng shui master who lost left hand’ ‘First to breakfast, then to brothel raid’ ‘Singapore woman ordered to pay alimony to ex-hubby’ The most important event happening in the country — Najib Razak’s speech at … Continue reading

Voters, dare to ask DAP this

Pix: Protesters tear photos of Adam Lambert It was reported today that the MCMC fined TV3 RM50,000 for the station’s Hari Raya ad. PAS protest #1 When the controversy first surfaced, Harakah Daily reported that PAS Youth chief Nasrudin Hassan Tantawi on Sept 5 had urged TV3 to scrap the ad. Nasrudin complained that the … Continue reading

Here’s one way to tackle Utusan

[For story behind the cartoon above, please ref. CIF Watch.] UK’s the Guardian newspaper is anti-Israel, as is its Comment is Free (CIF) online facility for readers. Pro-Israel commentators have been banned from commenting in Guardian’s CIF section for nothing even approaching what the pro-Palestinian commentators are allowed to get away with. We’ve ourselves noticed … Continue reading

If homo imam start gay mosque, you support, ah?

Malaysian media provided saturation coverage and overflowing opinion-editorials when Rev. Terry Jones of Florida threatened to set fire to a stack of Qurans some weeks back. However, our MSM is conspicuously silent on Saudi Arabia which doesn’t create a media circus like Rev. Jones but has, with quiet determination, carried out an agenda of religious … Continue reading