Wednesday, August 22, 2007

No Action Against UMNO Supporters' Website?

I wrote in an earlier post with regards to the police report that I made 2 weeks ago with regards to a highly inflammatory article posted on Kelab Penyokong Maya UMNO website, which was particularly offensive to Christians. This was also reported in Malaysiakini.

I've just followed up with the investigating officer for the case, and the only response I obtained was "masih dalam siasat". It has been two weeks, much more than the time taken for the police to take Raja Petra in for questioning with regards to a police report made by UMNO which alleged that the former insulted the Agung and Islam. That's double standards for you.

Also, some additional quick words to add - there as been 2 negative comments made on other websites with regards to the action which I have been taken.

Firstly, someone suggested that the remarks was purely targeted at Raja Petra, and had nothing to do with Christianity. I beg to strongly differ. To quote Raja Petra himself, its quite one thing to insult him with all the names you can think of, but it's quite another of accusing him of being a closet Christian, and hence believing in a false God.

Secondly, someone else suggested that by lodging a police report, I'm supporting the authoritarian Sedition Act. Again, I beg to differ. I don't support the sedition act, particularly not in its current overbearing and limitless form. However, I support the principle that the law applies to everybody and selective prosecution in itself, is a crime of the Government.

It is necessary to show that the Government's action in cracking down on bloggers has nothing to do with "sedition", and everything to do with illegal crackdown on dissent, and attempts to expose the relevant scandals and misdeeds of the Government.

The fact that the article has not been taken down, and no apologies have been made to date, demonstrates the clear intent of the Government to stifle the truth. It didn't matter that the article on KPMU wasn't telling outright lies, as they were told in support of the UMNO-led Barisan Nasional Government. However, if bloggers and other writers publish articles which exposes the truth which are unfavourable to UMNO and Barisan Nasional, the might of the Government machinery will fall upon the person, just as in the case of Wee Meng Chee.


Anonymous said...


Next time you enquire them again, their answer will be "masih perlu 50 tahun untuk siasat".....

The fact is: "Case closed as instructed"

Anonymous said...

[That's double standards for you.]

Well, does that surprise you?

Read this then:

Anonymous said...

Take it in stride Tony, you will get used to it...the perils of being in the opposition...sigh...

Anonymous said...

dear Tony P...
what should be done to make the fxxking police and whoever make the process of investigation so long?
they seem dnt care,i think we should make this case 'bigger' before General election sure they will lose support among christian,and also non-muslim..just imagine how big sarawak+sabah

Anonymous said...

Hmmm....what else we can do with this country? It is rotten inside out, starting with AAB. The only thing he said in his four years premiership is "Tak tahu."

Does anyone remembered the police report by DAP against PMO's website regarding the article by Dr Ng Seng that was left there for 2 years? They probably flushed the report into the toilet. Maybe we should ask IWK to check it out.

In a nutshell, Malaysia is not only practising double citizenship, she practices double constitution as well. So, live with it.

Anonymous said...

Insulting others' religion will accumulate very bad kamma for themselves. Not taking action again evils also suffers similar bad kamma.

Since the hypocrite government did not want to take action against them, let their own bad kamma punish them (including the government) in this or next life, be it rot ib hell or other forms. No one can escape from his/her own kamma.

We, as citizens with conscience, will continue to do good deeds and to accumulate good kamma for better life soon or later.

Anonymous said...

The rot starts at the top and creeps down to the bottom.

It starts with the PM and down to the police.