I am very busy in the office today and for the next few other days.
Can't write too long.
For today, I just want to highlight what the one and only pro-establishment English newspaper (which I believe is dying due to diminishing circulation) have to say about the Johor crisis.
The following is its editorial today,
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Honestly, I think this editorial is a good piece of read. It's brave.
I'm sure NST will lose some more advertising revenue because the Johor Government is not going to advertise anything in that newspaper after this.
Too bad also that NST is losing its readership for being pro-establishment.
It seems that even pro-establishment people are not supporting the newspaper by buying a copy of it at the news stand.
They rather buy the opportunist back-stabbing actually pro-Pakatan The Star because it got more advertisements of supermarkets and the policy of promoting columnists Melayu tak sedar diri like Marina Mahathir and Azmi Sharom, etc.
Even the GLCs apparently prefer to advertise in The Star despite its obvious pro-Pakatan tendencies.
The Barisan Nasional government doesn't seems to care about all these.
As for Umno people, well, they all read Harian Metro.
Cerita muka depan : Janda Panas.
NST? Too high standard English la beb. Aku tak paham.