DAP’s The Malaysian Insight – The brothers-in-law

 |Apr 3, 2017
Jahabar Sadiq, who runs The Malaysian Insight for Lim Kit Siang’s DAP, and Attorney-General Mohamed Apandi Ali are brothers-in-law.

First we had Malaysiakini a.k.a. Suara Anwar Ibrahim.

In fact, Anwar’s people helped them get funding from the Soros Foundation, as Mahathir Mohamad himself revealed.

Then along came Malaysia Chronicle a.k.a. Suara Tian Chua, which is run by Tian’s mistress and funded through Taiwan.

Now we have The Malaysian Insight a.k.a. Suara Kit Siang.

As former US President George W. Bush said the proof of the pudding was in the eating.

So whatever The Malaysian Insight features basically gives us a very good idea into where it was coming from and the direction it was going.

You would not be blamed if you mistake The Malaysian Insight as just another ‘Rocket’ or Kit Siang’s blog.

If its maiden news and articles on March 31, 2017 do not give you the picture, then the two days following that certainly would.

Unless you are really dumb, you can already see that The Malaysian Insight propagates the opposition agenda in general and Kit Siang’s or DAP’s agenda in particular.

It is not an independent or unbiased portal but set up specifically to serve a certain agenda.

In short it is an anti-government outfit, nothing less nothing more.

More importantly, this is Kit Siang’s ‘use Malay to screw Malay’ strategy, as revealed by ‘Superman’ Hew Kuan Yau.

The real value in The Malaysian Insight, however, is that Jahabar Sadiq is able to use his brother-in-law, the attorney-general.

That is what Kit Siang wants because, since Gani Patail was removed, the opposition no longer has its tentacles in the attorney-general’s office.

Now, through Jahabar, Kit Siang again has access to the attorney-general and can make him say whatever they want him to say.

Umno should have bought The Malaysian Insider in late 2015 when Jahabar first offered it to them for RM6 million.

No doubt the owners of The Malaysian Insider would have received only RM1 million while RM5 million would have gone into Jahabar’s pocket.

Now that Jahabar is working for Kit Siang with RM40 million funding from DAP, Umno is going to have a fight on its hands.

The Malaysian Insight appears more focused than Malaysiakini.

While Malaysiakini pretends to be an independent news portal, The Malaysian Insight does not hide the fact it is anti-government and pro-opposition or pro-DAP.

With the 500 Red Bean Army cyber-troopers that DAP is currently training, these Chinese will have much to do as the backup army to The Malaysian Insight.

Raja Petra Kamarudin or RPK, cousin to the Selangor Sultan, is one of Malaysia's earliest online 'citizen journalists'. He started his website in 1995 before the internet 'explosion' triggered by the Reformasi movement in September 1998. Malaysia Today was launched as a blog in August 2004 and is one of the few pioneer blogs still active and posting articles on a daily basis 24-7. RPK, 66 years old, has been writing since 1990.