Monday, November 13, 2006

Fishy business

I smelt a fish when I noticed the way how the Straits Times and Today portrayed the resignation of the WP (Workers' Party) member Goh Meng Seng.

It was as if the WP has dissension within. Crap.

For me, there were too many loopholes and many questions not answered. It was as if the media wanted to blot out the whole truth of the matter. The newspapers only chose to publish the 'juicy' bits that made the WP look bad.

Nothing beats hearing out of the 'horse's mouth'. Read it and make your conclusion.
Sheesh... talk about media transparency. What a load of bull!

PS. This is to all those who only read the ST reports. Please grow up.


guanoe said...

I totally agree with you. This so called National Newspaper is getting way out of hand. Their biasness in reporting has been very evident since the May 2006 General Elections.

Anonymous said...

my dear, that's why I trun to sites like BBC, CNN and FEER, just to name a few. Straits Times? That's just fodder to pick out the inconsistencies to amuse myself.