By Sharifuddin A Latiff HartalMSM will vouch for the camel’s innocence on this issue. Nuff said!
By Sharifuddin A Latiff In the previous posting – “Finding Shamsul and Zakhir” – I’ve uploaded Google cache screenshots of Shamsul’s article entitled “Agong under threat? DAP wants to make Christianity the official religion of Malaysia?” which was published on Thursday 5th May 2011. Thereafter, there were two more related articles as shown in this … Continue reading
By Sharifuddin A Latiff The names mentioned in the headline were the pro-UMNO Baru bloggers (marahku.blogspot and bigdogdotcom.wordpress respectively) implicated in a posting at Malaysia Today entitled “ISA THEM!” [with reference to the recent Utusan Malaysia allegations on turning the nation into a christian state]. Initially, I had not planned to write anything on this … Continue reading
By Hartal MSM Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia (SABM) is helming ‘Project 1805’ to raise concern about custodial deaths. SABM initiator and leading light, lawyer Haris Ibrahim has been careful and consistent in his phrasing “1,805 lives perished in our remand cells, prisons and detention centres between 2003 and 16th July, last year.” Haris is imputing … Continue reading
By Malaysian Heart While reading the comments which came in response to the post “Fail, Mr Home Minister, fail!” here at Hartal MSM, I came across one that I believe exemplifies the kind of racist and prejudiced thinking that BN is trying to inculcate amongst Malaysians. I reproduce my response to it here, but first … Continue reading
By Malaysian Heart Spin is defined as interpreting an event in a particular way so as to manipulate public opinion for or against a certain organization or public figure. It is a form of propaganda, albeit a subtle one; while some propaganda uses outright lies, spin uses half truths and concealment. The techniques of spin … Continue reading
By Malaysian Heart Definition of partisan adj.– From The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition: devoted to or biased in support of a party, group, or cause From the Collins Essential English Dictionary, 2nd Edition 2006: prejudiced or one-sided Of late, I have been writing quite a bit (most recently here) about … Continue reading