Asal Kerala Tulisan Cina Malaysiakini, Bukan MyKMU

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Penulis tidak tahu apa kriteria yang digariskan oleh pihak editorial Malaysiakini terhadap wartawan atau penulis di laman portal berkenaan, namun mungkin mereka tidak menitik beratkan soal kriteria pemahaman bahasa Melayu dengan baik.

Merujuk kepada artikel sinis penulis bertajuk ‘Beliau Tahu Rahsia Zahid, Tapi Semua Orang ‘Tak Tahu’ Rahsia Beliau…’, penulis sedikit pun tidak memasukkan elemen perkauman di dalam artikel berkenaan terhadap bekas Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Bagaikan ‘nasi tambah’, portal pro-pembangkang itu sesuka hati memasukkan elemen ‘batu api’, kononnya Tun M berasal dari Kerala, India. Cuba rujuk pada artikel asal yang ditulis, apakah wujud sebarang perkataan yang menunjukkan penulis menuduh Tun M berasal dari Kerala? Rujuk di sini.

Tapi itulah ‘permainan’ Malaysiakini. Lain yang ditulis, lain pula yang dilaporkan. Penulis difahamkan bahawa ramai menteri dan pemimpin kerajaan yang mengalami masalah yang serupa seperti ini.

Lebih memalukan, Ketua Penerangan PAS Pusat, Nasrudin Hasan Tantawi pun pernah mengatakan portal pro-pembangkang itu kerap menyiarkan tulisan 80% spin dan kenyataan yang sering diputar belitkan.

Jadi, penulis serahkan pada pembaca untuk menilai sendiri portal berkenaan dan laporannya yang menjengkelkan itu…

12 thoughts on “Asal Kerala Tulisan Cina Malaysiakini, Bukan MyKMU

  • January 7, 2016 at 4:48 PM

    Asbab yg bagus utk kerajaan haramkan penggunaan bahasa china dlm apa jua bentuk hebahan & percakapan.. haha.

    Mungkin itu yg mrk mahu.

  • January 7, 2016 at 7:05 PM

    faktanya keturunan musibat itu asal dari Kerala, India…salah ke sebut faktanya itu, hina sangat ke sebut nama ‘Kerala, India’? beliau bukan berasal dari kawasan penyundalan terkenal di Kerala, India, penulis tidak pun kata begitu jadinya ‘yahudikini’ tidak perlulah nak bermuka-muka & mengada-adakan cerita

  • January 7, 2016 at 11:24 PM

    Nampak sangat permainan portal pro pembangkang terus menyebarkan fitnah dan fahaman 20sen mereka. Bagi mereka, asalkan dapat menfitnah orang lain, maka berjayalah mereka untuk terus menjadi sebuah portal yang hangat.

  • January 7, 2016 at 11:31 PM

    Kerala ka…mana ka…lagi bagus dr mahathir drp bugis yg songlap duit mcm lanun…jgn la nak hipokrit tiba2 berminat pulak mykmu nie nak menyindir cara indirect nie…buang dulu video pilihan “terima kasih Tun Mahathir” dulu baru kutuk.

  • January 8, 2016 at 12:33 AM

    Sebenarnya pemerhati tulis Kerala ITU ,lepas ITU angap mykmu tulis, itu sikap putar belik tokong kini itu, faham permerhati je lah putar belik tokong kini itu, orang lain tulis mykmu kena, ITU sikap tokong kini Cuba bodoh kan orang.

    Sudan lah abuya tak payah menyamar ayam he.he.he nak guna cara sama ke gunakan fakta fun m

  • January 8, 2016 at 1:33 AM

    abuya apa pulak ni? meh makan dedak dulu

  • January 8, 2016 at 3:39 AM

    After a year long of failed attempts to oust Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad has now repositioned his bearings to Datuk Seri Zahid Hamidi.

    Zahid was spot on when he said that the rising cost of living is due to mess-ups of previous leaders. There are two past leaders still around; Mahathir and Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. While Badawi has been silent as always, Mahathir felt the heat of that statement. As they say “siapa makan cili dia rasa pedas”.

    Mahathir’s response on not intending to dig up the past as he knows a lot of Zahid’s secrets sounds very cynical. Did Mahathir subtly send warning signals to Zahid? What does Mahathir mean when he said he doesn’t like digging up the past? Didn’t he do that while trying to unsettle Najib? Didn’t he speak about Najib’s father and family? Mahathir again seems to contradict himself.

    Of course Mahathir does not want to dig up the past. It would be another suicidal mission for him. No living being in Malaysia has a dirtier past when compared to Mahathir. The Forex fiasco, the Carrian scandal, the Maminco affair, the Perwaja Steel scandal, the Pan Electric crisis, and the North-South highway scandal are just some of the financial misappropriations that sit on Mahathir’s curriculum vitae.

    Further, Mahathir was responsible for the demise of judiciary independence in Malaysia, messing up of the education system, cronyism, nepotism, favouritism, etc. Failed projects like the Bakun-dam and Proton is also Mahathir’s achievement. Mahathir’s closet is so filthy that volumes of books can be written on his wrongdoings. The book ‘Malaysian Maverick: Mahathir Mohamad in Turbulent Times’ published in 2010 gives a good account on how Mahathir ruled at the same time ruined the country for generations to come. Mahathir’s ‘Malay Dilemma’ has become the Malaysian dilemma.

    “Kalau tak nak bayar tol, balik lah ke kampung”, responded Malaysia’s longest serving Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad once upon a time upon being asked by a journalist about toll charges. There has always been an air of arrogance about Mahathir. He behaves like a Godfather. He speaks as though he is the main reason other leaders are where they are. Previously, he said that Najib grew in the ranks of politics because of him. Now he says that Zahid became a minister because of him. Well, Malaysia is also rotten because of you, Mahathir.

    Mahathir always had a problem with Zahid. Mahathir once labeled Zahid as ‘Anwar’s man’. One day prior to the Umno General Assembly in 1998, Zahid openly criticized the practices of cronyism and nepotism in the management of the economy under Mahathir’s leadership. This came at a time when Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was exerting pressure on Mahathir to resign. Mahathir alleged that both Anwar and Zahid were trying to discredit him during the General Assembly, and we all know what happened to Anwar thereafter. Mahathir warned Umno members against being swayed by foreign reports against him. Isn’t it ironic that Mahathir himself tried to cause unrest in Umno against the current President at the most recent Umno Assembly?

    The Anwar-Zahid partnership in the 1990s sent shivers down Mahathir’s spine. There were strong rumours in 1995 that Anwar was going to stand against Mahathir for the President’s post of Umno in the 1996 party elections. When such rumours emerged, Mahathir influenced the Umno Supreme Council to pass new rulings regarding the election. The first ruling stated that the top two party posts should not be contested. The party’s divisions could only nominate Mahathir for president and Anwar for deputy president. Any other nominations for the top two posts would be rejected. The second ruling stipulated that candidates for the three posts of vice-president, 25 Supreme Council seats, and all posts in Pemuda and Wanita Umno were required to register their candidacy five months ahead of the general assembly. These rulings detracted from Umno’s election tradition. Isn’t it hypocritical how Mahathir accuses Najib of ‘killing’ democracy?

    When the tides were rough for Najib, he sacked Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and appointed Zahid as the new Deputy Prime Minister. Mahathir never approved of Zahid moving up in place of his man, Muhyiddin. Till today, Mahathir is struggling to swallow the bitter pill of defeat. Mahathir is now obviously trying to unsettle Zahid. However, his attempts are going to fall flat yet again.

  • January 8, 2016 at 4:32 AM

    Mcm barua la cut paste sebijik dari malaysia today…bagi link udah ler. Berjela2 kau tepek kat sini.

  • January 8, 2016 at 4:52 AM

    pelacur(ayam) aka barua DAPigs….

    ni ada lagi cerita bagaimana musibat kerala tua itu jadi barua tokey judi:

    I was in Ahmad Sebi Abu Bakar’s office that day when Vincent Tan rudely barged in without knocking. It seems Vincent Tan needs not make an appointment to see the then Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad or Finance Minister Tun Daim Zainuddin. He can just walk in even if there is someone else in the room, foreign dignitaries included.

    Anyway, the reason why Vincent Tan was summoned to meet Tun Daim’s henchman, Ahmad Sebi, who was at that time running TV3, was to discuss Sports Toto. They wanted Vincent Tan to take over Sports Toto. Dr Mahathir’s government called it privatisation. We in the Malay Chamber of Commerce called it piratisation.

    One thing that the Chamber members were not happy about is that this so-called privatisation was not done openly or on a tender basis. So there was absolutely no transparency in how it was being done. The deals were done secretly and ‘under-the-table’ and benefited cronies of those who walked in the corridors of power — Malays, Chinese, as well as Indians.

    (So in that sense the piratisation was colour-blind and non-racial — which means the New Economic Policy or NEP worked better for the non-Malays. For example, Dr Mahathir gave the Chinese RM3 billion and the Malays just RM500 million to bail out those who were facing bankruptcy during the 1985 economic crisis).

    What was a further bone of contention was that the privatised government assets, investments, holdings and concessions were given away for a song, sometimes 10% or less of the real market value. With one stroke of the pen, cronies became overnight millionaires and millionaires became billionaires.

    Anyway, you can read more about this issue in the report by Jomo K. S. and Tan Wooi Syn, which you can READ HERE.

    As I said, I was there when Vincent Tan was told to make an offer for the very profitable government-owned cash cow, Sports Toto. In 1995, Sports Toto was secretly sold to Vincent Tan without any prior public announcement and with no competing bids.

    The first 70% was sold for RM28 million to Vincent Tan’s B & B Enterprise, which was said to be 60% Bumiputera-owned, and of which 10% was subsequently sold to Melewar Corporation — a company owned by another Dr Mahathir crony (and business partner of Tan Sri Loy Hean Heong of MBF), Tunku Tan Sri Abdullah ibni Almarhum Tuanku Abdul Rahman.

    The remaining 30% was later sold for RM85 million to Tun Daim’s Raleigh Berhad, which was 26% owned by Bumiputeras such as Tajudin Ramli of MAS ‘fame’. While the second sale involved a share price seven times that of the first, it must be noted that when Sports Toto was listed on the KLSE, it traded at a much higher price on the first day.

    As at the close of the stock market yesterday, the listed Sports Toto was worth RM4.2 billion — a big return compared to when Dr Mahathir gave it to Vincent Tan 30 years ago, which was almost free-of-charge at just RM28 million.

    Since Berjaya Corporation, B & B’s holding company, had almost 56% of Sports Toto at the end of the 1990-1991 financial year, and was about 42% Bumiputera-owned, Jones and Fadil (1992c) concluded that private Bumiputera interests had relinquished control by selling out, while presumably realising very considerable capital gains to non-Bumiputera interests.

    Sports Toto is believed to have been the most lucrative major asset in Vincent Tan’s Berjaya conglomerate. Sports Toto’s profitability has been enhanced by its lower tax rates – compared to other legal gambling operations, as determined on a discretionary basis by the Finance Minister – as well as its modest – if highly publicised – contributions to sports development in Malaysia

    In September 1988, Big Sweep lottery operations were privatised to Pan Malaysian Sweeps Sdn Bhd, which was controlled by Ananda Krishnan, another close associate and crony of Dr Mahathir (New Straits Times, 16 February 1989). The license for the Big Sweep lottery had been issued to the Selangor, Perak, and Penang Turf Clubs, which only sold lottery tickets to their members.

    With Pan Malaysia Sweeps taking over, since February 1989 tickets have been sold to the general public. Big Sweep’s more lucrative prizes adversely affected the sales of the government Welfare Ministry’s own Social Welfare Lottery, which was subsequently closed down by the government, ostensibly in line with its Islamisation policy — thus giving Big Sweep a virtual monopoly on lottery ticket sales in Malaysia, a monopoly that has lasted 25 years until today.

    Also in January 1989, the Totalisator Board of Malaysia, a government statutory body which organised and regulated horse-racing totalisators since 1961, appointed Ananda Krishnan’s Usaha Tegas Sdn Bhd to manage the Numbers Forecast Totalisator Operation (NFO).

    The management of the NFO was undertaken by Usaha Tegas’ wholly owned subsidiary, Pan Malaysian Pools Sdn Bhd, incorporated in July 1988. The NFO operated two gaming activities – the ‘3-digit’ operation, which had commenced in 1961, and the ‘1+3’ digit operation, introduced by Pan Malaysian Pools in September 1989 (Malaysian Business, 16 November 1991) – further enhancing the gambling monopoly rents accruing to Ananda Krishnan’s stable.

    On top of the hundreds of millions in profits every year over two decades, this operation, which was re-named Da Ma Cai, was sold in 2011 by Ananda for RM2.1 billion to a group of prominent Malaysian Chinese tycoons – not bad for an operation that Ananda was given almost free-of-charge when he was appointed (not sold) to take over the operations.

    And on top of that, a few years later in 1993, Ananda Krishnan was also given the rights to acquire the Selangor Turf Club land in Jalan Ampang for RM400 million, using money he earned from the gifted gambling operations.

    Almost immediately, Petronas (which already had its own land and was about to build its new headquarters) was instructed to fund and take over this project and renamed as the KLCC. In the process, within a few short years of being allowed to take over the land, billions of ringgit of Petronas money flowed over to Dr Mahathir’s good friend Ananda Krishnan.

    But this is a different story for another day. Suffice to say that Petronas took over one tower at a price of two towers plus the land cost. Hence Ananda Krishnan got the second tower free-of-charge in the end — much to the chagrin of Petronas who could not do anything about it since this deal was made between the Prime Minister and Ananda Krishnan.

    And they want to talk about 1MDB? Come on! Let’s talk about those other more dubious deals first. And Tony Pua and DAP will not make a sound regarding these deals because they are receiving large donations from these people. And although it may not be RM2.6 billion it is still a huge amount of money nevertheless. Over to you Muhyiddin Yassin! Tell us how much you received as well.

    Now, why have all these cronies ganged up on Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak and are financing Dr Mahathir in his bid to oust him? The answer is simple. Najib is systematically removing all those projects that Dr Mahathir gave to his friends and cronies.

    Since Najib took over as Prime Minister the Big Sweep and Da MA Cai are now charities instead of contributing to the pockets of Ananda Krishnan. Najib has suspended Vincent Tan’s sports-betting license that Dr Mahathir gave him one month before retiring. Vincent Tan’s request to turn Bukit Tinggi into a casino has not been approved. And Ananda Krishnan lost his lucrative IPPs to 1MDB.

    Do you need to be a rocket scientist to figure this one out? And do you really think it was about 1MDB? If you did then you are more stupid than you look.

  • January 8, 2016 at 6:09 AM

    Pemerhati telor najib aka jaga telor boss..ko mcm makan bangkai la..fitnah tu..siasat dulu…kalau salah tangkap la dr m.

  • January 8, 2016 at 7:35 AM

    dr dulu lagi pihak pro pembangkang baik di mana2x di kedai kopi sosial kah..mereka nilah yg kerap sebenarnya paling kerap memanggil dr m ni mamak kerala..mamak kutty lah..

    so skrg dorg nak tuding jari kat pihak lain pulak mcm perkara ni rasis…aku rasa majoriti tahu susur galur mahathir ni ada darah kenapa tibe2x nak tunjuk yg dia tu mcm beretikalah konon..tak rasislah konon..hipokrit..

    Biaq pilah..dah memang dr m keturunan mamak..soal mempersendakan tu ape nak heran semua kaum di malaysia ni sama je..dr m pun rekod dia mempersendakan melayu pun boleh tahan…tpi balaci dia kata dia bagi nasihat..dia seorg negarawan yg patriotik dan sayangkan bangsa dia..puuih..

    kalau kapital kronisme dia tu semua jutawan billionaire melayu tak mungkin jugaklah dia syg melayu..dan memang patut org cina gelar dia sebagai melayu ultra..tpi dia ni cuma mempergunakan ideologi nasionalisme melayu utk kelebihan peribadi je..semua tertipu..satu malaysia tertipu.

    semua yg jadi kroni dia puak2x kiasu..seorg india dan seorg mamak melayu gak..melayu yg lain?..yelah kan…melayu mudah lupa..tak pandai berniaga…perlukan tongkat..tu pasal dia tak bagi melayu jdi kroni..mcm rpk ckp bila krisis ekonomi 1985 dia bantu peniaga china smpi 3 bill..melayu 500 juta je..pandai kau mamak memilih kasih.

  • January 8, 2016 at 7:48 AM

    Mamak ka…keling ka…apek ka…melayu ka…semua manusia jugak…janji jgn jadi penyamun. Banyak sgt la story gelap dr M kat sini…so apa kata kau suruh najib pi tangkap dia nengok…cekup kroni2 dia sekali. Dah banyak kali dia cabar boss kau tapi bila telor dah kaler pink tu…hmmmm..apa lagi yg boleh kita harap.


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