Tuesday, 10 May 2011

A Study In Contradictions

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak must prove his mettle as the "leader of 1Malaysia" by speaking out against Utusan Malaysia over its Christian plot report.

In making the call, Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement (MCLM) president Haris Ibrahim also wondered why the authorities were slow in acting against the Umno-owned newspaper.

"Why has there been no action against Utusan under the Sedition Act? "Is the Umno-led BN government complicit in this attempt to sow racial and religious discord or else powerless to act against an emerging group of fascists?" he asked in a statement.

Read the rest: Prove your mettle, MCLM tells Najib

It is even more mind-boggling to hear that certain quarters feel the need to probe into what transpired at a private meeting.

Are they under the impression that the Christians are training suicide bombers or planning nationwide carnage?

I think the irony is lost on the BN government.


Joshua Lopez said...

bcos of the reckless healines in Utusan On Saturday, for the first time, The Authorities came in full force to St.John's Cathedral Bukit Nanas to summon cars parked on yellow lines. It was an obvious revenge.

My question is, why don't they summon those parking on Fridays during Prayers? And are they aware that the Church owns the land at Bukit Nanas which comes up to about 80% of the Territory, From The Catherdral, to the schools, the fields, the convent, the Archbishop Residence.

Starmandala said...

Umno wobbling along on its last legs? Forget about balance!