Sunday, October 25, 2015

Malaysia Chronicle Blocked: Really, No One Should Have His Website Blocked!

Popular news aggregator Malaysia Chronicle has been blocked, allegedly for going against the laws.

Really, no one should have his website blocked unless it is advocating violence or mayhem or extremism or racism.

Just because Malaysia Chronicle is not enamoured with the Ah Jib administration does not merit it being blocked.

Everyone has the right to his opinion on political matters. No one should have to agree with what the government says or does.

Especially not, when one thinks that what is done by those in power is wrong.

By blocking Malaysia Chronicle, the  Ah Jib administration is only showing that they fear being exposed.

What is it that they really fear about being exposed for?

If one has nothing to hide, there really should not be any fear about what others may write about us.

By blocking the news portal, the government has only succeeded in rousing the suspicion that Malaysia Chronicle may indeed be on to more than something that the government feels uncomfortable about because that something is closer to the unpleasant truth than not.

Anyway, it is futile in this cyber age for anyone to try to block information because no matter what you might try to do to block a site, others could always access it by the simple expedience of a VPN or even just changing the DNS.

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