I support umno and its media call to close down ALL Malaysia mandarin newspaper

I dare NST, Berita harian, utusan malaysia editor to pressure the internal affair ministry to close ALL Malaysia mandarin newspaper.

This is great to help najib to project his one malaysia.

No Chinese paper? Great, because there will be NO, NIL, Nadda news from B-N. No propaganda, no bullshit and cover up. No more annual license renewal, no more talk to MCA , and two of the Sarawak timber tycoon. Very nice.

As a Chinese myself, I love it. For those reporter and editor work under those paper : sorry lar, you might lost your job. But in the long run, it is good for 1Malaysia. :p

Hmmmm , i should switch out from streamyx to digi broadband.🙂

2 Responses to “I support umno and its media call to close down ALL Malaysia mandarin newspaper”

  1. Jefus

    dont u see? TDM has come out with some genius idea, thousands of years from now, someone in the archeology department will discover that in malaysia, we communicate with one another with a newspapers in three sections for the news, english, chinese, and and explanation for the two in malay.

    the malaysian rosetta stone.

  2. Jefus

    the rosetta stone

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosetta_Stone

    The Rosetta Stone is an Ancient Egyptian artifact which was instrumental in advancing modern understanding of hieroglyphic writing. The stone is a Ptolemaic era stele with carved text made up of three translations of a single passage: two in Egyptian language scripts (hieroglyphic and Demotic) and one in classical Greek. It was created in 196 BCE, discovered by the French in 1799 at Rosetta and contributed greatly to the deciphering of the principles of hieroglyph writing in 1822 by the British scientist Thomas Young and the French scholar Jean-François Champollion. Comparative translation of the stone assisted in understanding many previously undecipherable examples of hieroglyphic writing. The text on the stone is a decree from Ptolemy V, describing the repealing of various taxes and instructions to erect statues in temples.

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