01 August, 2007

Doing the Monkey business and get paid !

(This liar/monkey accidentally copied this image from here)

Pengendali blog ditaja organisasi luar

PETALING JAYA: Pengendali dan penulis blog dibiaya organisasi luar negara hingga mencecah RM100,000 sebulan, kata Ketua Penerangan Umno, Tan Sri Muhammad Muhd Taib.

Beliau berkata, organisasi berkenaan menaja mereka dan membenarkan laman mereka menyiarkan pelbagai perkara sensitif oleh penulis blog tempatan dan luar negara.

“Kita tidak boleh memandang rendah kerana mereka ini golongan profesional dan kerajaan perlu kaedah khas untuk menangani masalah kemunculan laman blog yang menular seperti wabak penyakit,” katanya.

Muhammad yang juga Ketua Umno Bahagian Kelana Jaya, bimbang penulisan perkara sensitif di laman blog boleh mempengaruhi pemikiran generasi muda termasuk pelajar Malaysia di luar negara.

Ditanya mengenai tindakan pengendali laman blog Malaysia Today, Raja Petra Kamaruddin yang membuat serangan peribadi terhadap dirinya, beliau berkata, isu berkenaan adalah cerita lama.

“Biarlah dia (Raja Petra) nak tulis apa pun, itu cerita 15 tahun lalu dan sebenarnya apa yang dia buat terhadap saya menunjukkan tindakan saya (membuat laporan polis) dan mempersoalkan tindakannya sudah berkesan.

“Saya rela diserang dan dihentam demi mempertahankan agama dan tanah air. Saya sudah buat laporan polis dan saya serahkan kepada mereka untuk ambil tindakan,” katanya.

Isnin lalu, Muhammad membuat laporan polis di Ibu Pejabat Polis Dang Wangi, di sini, berikutan laporan yang disiarkan dalam laman blog Malaysia Today pada 11 Julai lalu, dianggap menyalahi peraturan negara kerana menghina Yang di-Pertuan Agong dan memperlekehkan Islam dengan tujuan merosakkan pemikiran rakyat.

- Berita Harian

UMNO Information Chief, the man with two M, (Not the famous M&M chocalate candy) , has accused bloggers of receiving money from an ‘external organisation‘ to blog. The amount of money received is about RM100,000 a month, he said.

Who's that Monkey blogger ?

Excerpts from Marina Mahathir's Mursing :" Salute to the man in the street"

If anything, they probably deserve the equivalent of the “Razzies”, the annual “non-Oscars” that people give to the worst actors, worst directors and worst films, rather than the best.

In fact, if anyone decided to do a poll for the Worst Malaysians Award, I bet there would be no shortage of nominees.

At the top of the list would be various politicians. For instance, those in Parliament who forgot that they had mothers, sisters, wives and daughters, insulted all women, and were completely unrepentant about it.

Then there are all the ones baying for the blood of bloggers, as if bloggers are the root of all evil in this country, and not their own inadequacies.

I would not only name them the Worst Malaysians in the Past 50 Years but also the most ignorant and imbecilic.

None of them actually know what a blog is or what a blogger does, yet are happy to label them all sorts of names, including unpatriotic, unprofessional and liars.

Funnily enough, they also label bloggers “not read by many” and “goblok” (stupid), which apparently means “political bloggers”. That is a sure sign that some people just have no clue.

By the way, Freelunch is waiting to hear from these 'foreign organisations'.

May be you should try out The new American get-rich scheme - Kick in the Pants!

Buy a a pair of pants, wear it, send to a dry cleaner, hope for it to be misplaced/ burned/ etc, then file a suit and earn millions.

This is the news about how a Korean cleaner in Washington is being sued US$65 million over a missing pair of trousers belonging to a judge.

" IS THERE anything more absurd than someone pursuing a US $65 million lawsuit over a lost pair of pants? Well, how about this same person being in a position to adjudicate the cases of other people? Or that there's a chance of his getting a new 10-year term as judge?"

- From Washington Post



Blogger J.T. said...

I cannot believe they allowed such a ridiculous lawsuit. That must be one helluva valuable pair of pants.

The person pursuing this hefty sum should know better.

Silly lawsuits like this give people more ideas to waste the court's time and taxpayers' monies. Why can't they pass a Law of Common Sense or something? *sigh*

August 02, 2007 5:53 AM  
Blogger Linken Lim said...

That's what we refer to as " Cha pa kuek eng " in Chinese 'hokkien', direct translation : "eat full too free !" :)

August 03, 2007 10:21 PM  

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