Tuesday, April 22, 2008

MAHATHIR ON BBC'S 'HARDTALK'

MAHATHIR ON HARDTALK (Part 1)



MAHATHIR ON HARDTALK (Part 2)




MAHATHIR ON HARDTALK (Part 3)



Mahathir Mohamad dialogues with Stephen Sackur on BBC's Hardtalk (recorded last week). Extracted, subtitled in Malay and uploaded on YouTube by Muhammad Nur Hanief. I'm blogging this for the benefit of those who, like me, do not watch TV.

Old Doc Croc just dug his own PR grave. Nevertheless, to his credit, Mahathir is one of the few who dares speak out against the Zionist-controlled western media - and that's the only point in his entire interview where we actually see eye-to-eye!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Antares said...

Anonymous friend, I can't tell whether you're saying something nice or nasty with your comment here - probably it's neutral, i.e., with all the emotion squeezed out. Personally, I don't trust emotionless opinions - usually these are generated by politically correct PR robots. I'd much rather FEEL the energy behind the words!