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|Sunday, 19 July 2009 18:05|
The Chinese call these people running dogs. I would not call them that though. I think it is not right to call them running dogs. I love dogs. I think dogs are lovely creatures. Why should we honour these 13 non-Malay members of Barisan Nasional by calling them running dogs?
NO HOLDS BARRED
Raja Petra Kamarudin
Umno papers slam MACC critics in Teoh’s death
The Malaysian Insider, 19 July 2009
Umno-controlled newspapers, Berita Harian and Mingguan Malaysia, today slammed critics for demonising the country’s graft-busters over Teoh Beng Hock’s death, with one suggesting there is an agenda to weaken Malay-controlled institutions.
Both newspapers accused the opposition of politicising the political secretary’s death on July 16, with Mingguan saying the federal opposition Pakatan Rakyat (PR) was using the incident to divert attention away from internal problems and weaknesses.
Inilah muka Melayu haprak bernama Zainul Ariffin Isa yang cuba memutarbelitkan kebenaran demi agenda perkauman Tuhan UMNOnya. This is the face of the degenerate Malay by the name of Zainul Ariffin Isa who is trying to twist the truth to serve the racist interests of his God, UMNO.
“It is not just the Chinese or supporters of the Pakatan Rakyat who know anger and seek justice.
“Suspicions have been raised especially among the non-Malays that MACC, which like other departments have many Malay officers, selectively chose non-Malays to be investigated,” he wrote.
The new boss of the Umno-owned New Straits Times group did not, however, address complaints raised by two DAP men who were also, like Teoh, brought in for questioning.
I have tried to explain this in the past but it has fallen on deaf ears. Some even think I may be seeing ghosts in the shadows. But I have attended enough Umno gatherings in my lifetime and have enough Umno friends in high places to know what I am talking about. Nevertheless, most of those who disagree with my views are those who comment from the comfort and safety of their homes and offices and would most likely not be at the Kelana Jaya stadium today. This means, basically, they do not really have their ears to the ground and comment without the benefit of having their fingers on the pulse.