Thursday, August 06, 2009

Net censorship - UMNO's hyper hypocrisy

Extracts from Malaysiakini Gov't mulls China-style Net censorship:

A senior official with the National Security Council (NSC) confirmed reports that the coalition government was considering imposing controls - effectively scrapping a 1996 guarantee that it would not censor the Internet.

"It is to keep out pornographic materials and bloggers who inflame racial sentiments. We need to maintain racial harmony. We cannot have full-blown democracy like in the United States," he told AFP.

Godzilla bullsh*t ... because the UMNO mainstream mouthpieces have been publishing racially inciting articles, seditiously demanding of the Malays as to whether they have the balls to stand up to the 'nons', and that the DAP has been on a Malay bashing campaign to 'belittle Malay leaders and Malay institutions' (such as the police and MACC).

If anyone inflaming racial sentiments is to be kept, it should be the UMNO mouthpieces like Utusan, NST and Berita Harian .


  1. minster does not make a government!!!!

  2. Impossible to do,if it succeeds there is sms, fax, dvds.......

  3. Dear anonymous 9:31 PM,

    If a company manager f*ck up the company business or reputation, and the head refuse to fire him, do you think investor will say "one manager f*ck up does not represent the whole company"?

  4. Najib ,you better think twice before you censor internet; Mahathir had pledged that the government will never censor internet when he launched MSC while he was the PM.
    The grand ole man will not be happy about this censorship nonsense..

  5. This is nonsense la. Malaysia is doing nonsense as usual. It is a nonsense country now.

  6. The very foundation of Umno are lies - lies about May 13 riot, lies about malay special right, lies about secularity of constitution, lies about supremacy of court, and of course lies about NEP.

    How can our accountability and transparency not be limited by the very lies of the foundation of our governance?

  7. Some real news update:

    Foreign investment has also seen a big dip this year, with foreign direct investment for the first five months stood at RM4.2 billion compared to RM46 billion in 2008.

    Yet here are the responses:

    (1) BN vows to keep the ISA but not our constitutional rights to compulsory fair trial and individual freedom to assembly and speak out

    (2) DPM supports Utusan articles on race stirring and uprising

    (3) Flip flop on education policy

    (4) IGP Musa uncertain about future but Malaysians are feeling safe in Malaysia?

    (5) 21st century global challenge but 19th century government = a laughing stock, brain drain, backwardness……….

  8. For umno to survive the next election, internet contents will have to be censored.
    At this very moment the umno cybertroopers ( aka cilakatroopers ? ) are busy hacking a site known as "The Might Of The Pen" or sjsandteam .

  9. The only way to censor the internet is to turn it off.

    Blocking content doesn't work in China and it won't work here.

    Just use a proxy site. In a web there are many routes to the destination.

    So don't worry surfers and bloggers.


  10. Hey K Temoc, I considered this and wondered whether ur r courageous enough to reveal u real identity.
    U criticised ppl, organisations etc but dare not reveal urself.
    Don't u f balls.