Thursday, October 29, 1998
Foreign media have vested
interest, says Hishammuddin
PETALING JAYA: Umno Youth has reiterated its disappointment with
the foreign media for their continuous practice of double standard in
reporting about Malaysia.
It is a ashamed that this young politician , Datuk Hishammuddin does
not understand the meaning of Double Standard. Either he does not
understand or maybe blinded in his quest to move up quickly....in view
of the current political crisis..
Its acting chief Datuk Hishammuddin Hussein said the foreign media had
refused to correctly report about the violence caused by demonstrators in
Kampung Baru last weekend.
Datuk their refusal to correct the report is mainly because IT IS THE CORRECT
GO AND GET UTUSAN TO CORRECT THEIR REPORTS ON THE ISTANA INCIDENT.
There are no prostitute there....DATUK....wake up ....stop drinking....go and get help..
He said the movement condemned the foreign media's attitude as they
were taking advantage of the situation for their vested interest.
What movement Datuk? The Youth....they maybe
too drunk to move Datuk...after all
the are just following their leader. The accident at Kampung Baru was real...no denying
dont cover it up, ...DATUK dare you to take legal action on the foreign media....DARE THE
"The foreign media no longer report news for public consumption but is
more towards influencing their viewers, for their own personal agenda,"
he said in a statement yesterday.
Datuk, what personal agenda? If it is your remark , i would 100% believe
that you have
your personal agenda. Why do you think that the foreign media is running for the office
next term? YOU ARE THE ONE WHO IS TOO BLIND TO SEE THE TRUTH.
DATUK.....I DARE YOUR MOVEMENT TO COME FORWARD TO CHALLENGE US IN A
In Kuala Terengganu, the Peninsular Malaysia Malay Students
Federation (GPMS) called on foreigners not to take advantage of the
current political developments to tarnish the country's image.
GPMS.......WAKE UP....READ MORE .......WHAT
OTHER MEANS OF MEDIA
COMMUNICATION CAN WE RESOLVE TO...?
GPMS secretary-general Syed Anuar Mohamad said Malaysian leaders
were capable of resolving whatever problems they faced without
interference from outsiders.
The outsiders, including the foreign media, were running down Malaysia
because they were jealous of Malaysia's achievements, he said.