Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Will Blocking The Media Save Najib's Day?

The more the authorities try to block media critical of the Pm, the more Bolehlanders are convinced that Ah Jib & Co have bad things to hide.

The logic is very simple - if the media who are critical of the Pm are telling lies defaming the Pm's good reputation, sue the pants off the liars and slanderers.

The WSJ, Sarawak Report and others have been saying things about the Pm.

If they have been telling lies and untruths and shamelessly defaming the Pm, sue the pants off them and set the record straight!

However, apart from a cringe-worthy letter, not so much of demand, as of seeking clarification from Ah Jib's lawyers to WSJ, Bolehlanders have not seen any further action in the direction.

Does that not tell you much about what the people think of the Pm?

Just blocking Sarawak Report, Malaysia Chronicle and now The Malaysian Insider without taking them to court (or suing WSJ) to prove that these media are blatant lie mongers, goes only to strengthen the rakyat's perception  of the Pm.

We are not talking about a small indiscretion here or there, but about serious allegations of corruption and theft.

The best way therefore to prove the allegations wrong is to bring the culprits to court and show the world that all that has been alleged and spoken of the Pm is just hogwash - nothing but a naked assay at defaming a sitting Pm.

Afterall, Ah Jib & Co have been protesting all along that there is a concerted agenda to topple him and the government he leads.

The court of public opinion is awaiting to be disabused and would be pleased to be disabused.

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