Friday, April 18, 2008

Malaysian Indians still being ostracized

Malaysian Home Minister to deprive 100 Makkal Ossai employees of their jobs

Giving very flimsy excuse Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar shows off his newly acquired power by punishing Tamil newspaper Makkal Ossai for their support towards the Opposition parties during the recently concluded general elections.

By refusing to extend their permit he has managed to exact Barisan's revenge on the recalcitrant media by effectively closing them down. This will indeed go to show the mainstream media who is in power and to remind them that they will still have to support Barisan (if they want their permits, and they do not want to lose their jobs) unless when the day comes where Barisan is completely removed from the government.

This is what happens when you don't report anything good about BN

Samy Vellu: No one wants to help the Indians

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Pak Lah: Don't Blame Me

I am just the president , the members are to blame

Malaysian PM Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has absolve himself from any blame in the recent defeat of Barisan Nasional in 2 states. In refusing to blame himself as the cause the PM said it was all due to other UMNO members sabotaging the party and NOT himself. The PM was quick to shift the blame to his own party members after a closed-door briefing session with about 1,000 Umno grassroots leaders at the Putra World Trade Centre on Sunday.

"UMNO members apologising to Abdullah?"

PM Abdullah was adamant that if UMNO collapses after the recent election, he has nothing to do with it and didn't want to be seen as the reason why UMNO and his Barisan counterparts did so badly in the recent election. As a mark of his statemanship the PM elaborated that sabotage by UMNO members could not be attributed to his weak leadership nor his inability to control his own members.

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