Friday, July 23, 2010

Provocation by The Star

The Star can be considered the agent of provocation and be biased in some of their articles.

For example, they would promote and propogate about Teoh Beng Hock's death after being questioned by SPRM though it cannot be determined who murdered him or did he commit suicide.

However, they would highlight too the stories of leaders in UMNO if ever they are caught in any personal or professional scandal.

One example is the news on 23rd July 2010 with the title "Umno member under probe" where they go on and on about a so called prominent Umno member who was a Member of Parliament who is under the investigation for alleged money politics.

Now I remember Khairy Jamaluddin was involved in money politics as well, which resulted in him winning the Ketua Pemuda post. Why isn't he under Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) investigation?

MACC should not choose sides or just ignore some who has clearly been involved in money politics.

What about the illegal stealing of sands mining in Selangor? When are those involved will be investigated?

MACC should be more serious in doing their job. What about the investigation in Kelantan where a car plunged down from KB Mall? Is it still under investigation?

If MACC is not impartial, people will doubt the effectiveness of MACC. Investigate all involved in CBT and money politics. Also those who gave bribes to government servants.

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