Oh dear, I guess you can’t please everyone.
Your biased live coverage of the PP buy-election was disgusting to say the least. It seemed like the Barisan Nasional was non-existent in PP. The fact that more than 15,000 people voted for Arif Shah is testimony to BN’s popularity. If it were not for the rough house tactics of the PKR goons, more legitimate voters would have made it to the polling stations. You and your ilk ought to be detained under the ISA and the keys thrown away.
You are partisan, unfair, biased, and a false witness to the events in PP. Like the 31,000 odd who voted for Anwar, you are ungrateful for the development and progress wrought by the BN. Honestly ask yourself: Would you even own a laptop or even know how to use the Internet if not for the education that the BN gave you? Just like the other bloggers and commentators on the blogsites, you bite the hand that feeds you. You are despicable and so is Raja Petra and the likes of him.
When the BN government finally wipes out the Opposition from the face of this Earth, we’ll be coming after you and all of your ilk for the lies and ridiculous untrue propaganda that you spread to the innocent rakyat. Unfortunately it seems now that a large minority of the rakyat are stupid enough to pay attention to the lies of the Opposition. The BN will educate them very soon and I assure you it will be a painful lesson indeed.
Perhaps this should be seen in the context of the following excerpt from a 14 August news report from Al Jazeera:
“In the name of freedom, these websites allow the broadcast of slander, lies and swearing, the use of harsh, degrading language and racial slurs without regard for the reader or those concerned”
Najib Abdul Razak, Malaysian deputy prime ministerOn Tuesday Malaysia’s de facto law minister, Mohd Nazri Aziz, warned that it was “time to act” against what the government considers to be irresponsible or inflamatory blogging.Speaking in Malaysia’s parliament he said preventive detention laws could be used against bloggers who raise issues the government considers as being sensitive to Malaysia’s multi-ethnic, multi-religious population.His comments were echoed by Najib Abdul Razak, the Malaysian deputy prime minister, who told a gathering of the Malaysian Press Institute on Tuesday evening that the government was deeply troubled by the growth of what he called “irresponsible” alternative media.He said bloggers needed to exercise moderation in postings which discuss race and religion or risk official action.Webmasters and web journalists, he said, are not exempted from Malaysian laws.“In the name of freedom, these websites allow the broadcast of slander, lies and swearing, the use of harsh, degrading language and racial slurs without regard for the reader or those concerned,” the New Straits Times quoted him as saying.“Even though the government has been tolerant of anti-government positions and criticisms on the Internet, we are very concerned about statements that insult religion and reek of racism,” he added.The warning comes amid increasingly frank discussions on the internet of such hot-topic issues as Malaysia’s status as an Islamic state, allegedly unjust policies and political corruption.