I am listening to Louis Armstrong “What a wonderful world” as I am writing this. It helps to make me produce nice, sweet-sweet posts.
So, do you know how much RM2,750 is in USD? USD820. Did you hear about the special job that pays RM2,750 per month? No? Never mind, it is not another new make money blogging thingie. It is a case of -either you know what I am talking about or you are better off not knowing.
BTW, these few days, my ever efficient and trusted Mr. Askimet spam filter had been netting a lot of ‘fishes’. I don’t have a farking idea why would anyone name himself Khairy Jamaluddin and promote Islam on my blog. Do you think I am green horn and will let the comment through and then, tiu them 5xmom style? I won’t. So, sorry to waste your time.
Do you know that in the very near future, we may even have cyber police? Now, I am not talking about those trolls who go around correcting us when they don’t agree with us. These ain’t no trolls. These are real cyber police.
July 30, 2007 22:57 PM
Umno Youth Proposes Formation Of Cyber Police
KUALA LUMPUR, July 30 (Bernama) — The government was today urged to form a cyber police unit to maintain surveillance over the acivities of bloggers.
Federal Territory Umno youth head, Datuk Paduka Norza Zakaria said the Internal Security; Energy, Water and Communications; Science, Technology and Innovation; and Information Ministries should also take immediate action on the matter.
“The government should take firm action against the irresponsible bloggers according to existing law,” Norza said in a statement representing Umno youth at state levels.
The statement was issued following a police report made by Umno on July 23 against the owner and operator of “Malaysia Today”, Raja Petra Kamarudin, for publishing sensitive comments on the Yang di-Pertuan Agong’s position and on racist issues through the blog’s website on July 11 2007.
Norza said according to section 121 (B) and Section 123 of the Penal Code, Section 4 of the Sedition Act 1948, Section 263 and 266 of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998, being a publisher, Raja Petra Kamarudin was responsible for providing clear warning to every person who gives comments that they were responsible for their comments.
He said Umno Youth wanted stern action to be taken against Raja Petra including under the Internal Security Act (ISA) for failing to carry out his responsibilities.
Norza also asked the mainstream media not to publish unconfirmed information from websites.
I think our country is a confused lot. Here they are trying to ‘Go IT’, ‘Multi-media super corridor’ and trying to link every blardy schools and kampungs and yet, they couldn’t take the heat of a handful of bloggers. They underestimate our intelligence and our influence. If the Government is not happy with that handful of bloggers, then, nail them, one-to-one. Don’t label us all normal citizens beruk, monyet, goblok, liars, unemployed women and such. If you make one blogger unhappy, do you know that one single blogger can influence at least 10 or errmm 1,000? Yes, even one unemployed woman who is a liar and a goblok.
Too bad, “What a wonderful world” finished midway when I am writing…
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