Upside-down flag. Abdullah Badawi's reaction to Sheih's campaign to fly the Jalur Gemilang upside-down as a sign of protest towards the country's selfish politicians (regardless whether they are BN or PR politicians) is belated, excessive and smacks of the kind of politics that drove Sheih and friends to mount the campaign in the first place.
Just read the Bernama article Evil for blogger to fly flag upside down, says PM.
Evil, dear Pak Lah, is a person who steals from the orphans, who uses religion to mislead others, who tells lies about others, who abandons his people in pursuit of worldly pleasures, and anyone who aniaya orang lain.
Flying the flag upside down is not evil. (Capt Yusof told me that if you are a Japanese, for eg, flying the flag upside down does not make a difference at all). If you don't agree with it, don't fly it upside down.
So let's cut the crap, Pak Lah. And please withdraw your statement about wanting the police takes action against the blogger. You, Sir, should direct the police to pursue Nurin's killers (One year on, Nurin's family suing police - NST Online). At the very least, you must tell the police to charge the people who distributed pictures of Nurin's post-mortem. Now, Sir, those people are EVIL!
p.s. If you didn't know, Sheih's blog Kickdefella was inspired by Abdullah Badawi. Yep, the "fella" in his blog name and the PM are one and the same, er, fella.
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
PM calls blogger "evil"
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