A picture of a thousand apologies

Former Malaysia Airlines Chairman Tan Sri Tajudin Ramli looking at Malaysian Insider’s ad in NST and Berita Harian today

They say, a picture is worth a thousand words. In this case, its worth RM 200 million.

The Malaysian Insider’s apology to Tajudin Ramli, NST 7 Oct 2011

Published in: on October 7, 2011 at 15:00  Comments (12)  

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  1. Big Guy,

    Satu sebatan ja;

    1. Kredibiliti MI & Jahabar Sadiq hancus!
    2. Segala perjuangan melawan fitnah yg ko & A Voice selama ni jelas berhasil & pemfitnah ni semua habis terbarai
    3. Kekuatan & tunggak ikon ekonomi Melayu yg cuba dihancurkan secara bertubi-tubi oleh anasir Singapork mcm Kali ni telah gagal

    Handal kalian berdua!

    Kita kena satu & gembelingkan semua ikon-ikon & kapitan industrialis Melayu sekarang, tatkala Cina Cauvinis & anti Melayu cam Kali/MI berusaha tegar utuk hancurkan Melayu

    “Ayuh berjuang kita segara!” (Aku ‘bangsat’kan sikit lagu Maktab ko dulu! – Hehehehehehe)

  2. pembaca dan pengikut Malaysian Insider tak baca NST…so diaorang masih bulat-bulat percaya apabenda MI tulis.

  3. Salam Tuan,

    How sweet it is. How sweet it is.


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