As for bloggers, there are thousands out there, and their skills and intentions are widespread. But if one has a large following, one can either be a responsible and informative writer, an assassin, or a prostitute wordsmith, which is a traitor to the reading people when it corrupts their thoughts on a rightful matter.
One such example is the fugitive blogger who appeared on national television recently trying to exonerate him self from blemishing the current Prime Minister’s image when the latter was the Deputy Prime Minister. He admitted that the general intention behind declaring his statute was to “block Najib from succeeding Pak Lah”.
He may not have published nor said anything directly related to the Prime Minister or his wife, but the fact that the controversial/famous to some/infamous to others Raja Petra Kamaruddin (RPK) made a statutory declaration, on allegations by others made against the former, was good enough to imply that they were guilty as accused. Confusing enough? Yes, that was the general idea so that he can weave his way out of this and blame the others. What’s the point when the damage is already done?
Any similarity in looks as well as character?
The majority of RPK’s supporters may be birdbrains but others who are weary of him know that this is a desperate attempt by him to take his “head out of his own buttocks”.
Fact of the matter is, RPK had a large reader-base numbering in the tens of thousands if not more. He knew the influence he wielded especially after the publicity stunts that led him to his “vacation” in the Kemunting resort.
All he had to do was imply, and the majority would have taken it as gospel. Appearing innocent and trying to use technicalities to spin himself out of a web is a double-whammy for the people who believed in him. Firstly, he misled them with his actions. Secondly, he insults them further by trying to say that he was wrongly read!
We have a duty to the Nation. We shouldn’t be sensationalizing half-truths to become popular at the expense of paralyzing the nation in progress. I may sound dramatic but when the good name of a promising leader and his wife could be involved in a homicide, it slows down the Nation when the innocent party and the government (because of the office that he holds) have to be on the defensive. As readers ladies and gentlemen, reflect on how you would feel when you’re led to believe all that, only to be told later by the same culprit who led you, that he now doesn’t believe it to be true! Don’t you feel like a betrayed sucker?
When the Rakyat is betrayed, it constitutes treason in my book and such a person should be called a traitor for bringing our country’s reputation down a few notches because of the implications, that later spun into accusations abroad.
What interests me most is to know who took him out of the country, and how it was done considering he was a wanted man. They too, must be taken to task.
The next question in my mind is, was he paid to create the negative implication at that time towards Najib and Rosmah? If he was, then his status as fugitive can be upgraded (or downgraded) however you may view it, to “prostitute blogger" who brings gratification to his paying client.
Names Were Mentioned To Influence His Decision, Surveillance Should Be Administered And Some Action Taken On These Individuals If Their Movements Prove To Be Consistent To The Allegations Of Their Involvement. Learn From Our Neighbours Down South. Traitors Should Not Be Allowed To Roam Freely Misleading The Rakyat And Causing Problems To The State, Weather Implicitly Or Explicitly.
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