This is about the hoo-haa on the people going around making defaming comments in innocent people’s blog then that seditious thingie looms and people start questioning etc etc. I am not going into details as I guess most regulars would know what I am rambling about.
Let’s think for a while. It takes two to tango. Bloggers are NOT ALL that innocent. Many had incite hatred. Many have intentionally posted stuffs that leave a big ‘WELCOME’ sign for other people to do the dirty job of belittling other races, religions and colours and whatever shit that they dislike using their comment board.
I have seen enough bloggers, even the so-called ‘vets’ who doing this drama. Sometimes, I am guilty of using this approach too. Pretend to be politically correct and then intentionally leave a question mark so that other people can add the flavours. I sit back and still remain innocent but my intended vile message have been blasted out through someone’s thoughts.
Usually, the sensitive issues are religions, races, NEP, education, colours and APs. Sometimes, the bloggers get carried away blasting about an issue and in the process swiped all the innocent people.
I have personally edited Wingz’s comment before when I feel what he posted can be sensitive issue. I know he won’t be offended by my action but nevertheless, he did protest. I told him that I will not allow it because I have friends of all races to consider.
So, you see? It just take the delete button. Then, there is the moderation button. I had defaming comments left on my site regularly. People who questioned my faith, the upbringing of my own kids etc. I just delete them and forget it. They probably have an issue with their ownselves and taking it out on me. Fine. You move on, I move on. You post again, I delete again.
Back to the issue, I do wonder. If indeed the authorities (which I don’t know who) put a clamp on malicious comments, what about malicious blogs? Who is going to be the watchdog? Do we want watchdogs sniffing us out?
We bloggers are admitedly drama kings and queens. If someone stepped on our toes, we screamed like it is the end of the world. Then, we use the blog to declare war on the world, cursing people ancestors and descendants.
So, at the end of the day, I still see my blog as a stage to act out dramas. One has to be smart enough not to blend real life and blog life into one. This is important lesson I learnt from the survivor of the fittest game.
Feel free to interpret what I said. I promise not to touch the delete button.