Puchong, Day 2 Ramadan: The comments at Utusan Malaysia are going back and forth, supporters of the PM and the Prince verbally abusing each other while they (presumably) observe their fasting. If this was a real war, a lot of blood would be shed and countless lives lost. Kot?
But this is cyber war. Integrity and decency die here.
In any case, this comment under the Utusan Malaysia article caught my eye. I hope he doesn’t get called in for sedition or something like that. The Rakyat are just reacting to their Prime Minister and their Prince:
And that comment isn’t even the worst of the lot, I tell you.
Ideally, we should have stopped this nonsense arleady. The Council of Rulers could advise the Sultan of Johor to advise the TMJ to hold his piece – or peace. He’d listen, wouldn’t he? A. Kadir Jasin could advise the Prime Minister to observe decorum. Or at least try.
But the former editor is, himself, fanning the fire. Read Mahathir’s advisor urges (new IGP) to probe company linked to Johor royalty. In his FB posting cued after Dr M’s “little stupid boy” remarks, Kadir writes: “The little boy has asked us to do 110 per cent, but I think 50 per cent is enough”.
So of course, it will not stop. Couldn’t stop. Azmi Arshad, son of one of the most illustrious Malaysians alive, may have felt obliged as a Malaysian and a Malay to respond. In Kadir Jasin declares war against TMJ and royal family?, Azmi said Mahathir and Kadir were the ones acting like little kids, “(which) explains why our national economy and harmony are in shambles”.
Will it stop there? Of course not. Someone will attack Azmi (if not already) and someone else will attack that someone and so on and so forth.
And this is Ramadan. The one month you can’t blame the Devil.
So who can you blame?