“Spewed venom” and “feeding a river of hatred” accusations hurled at Harry Potter author
Writer of the Harry Potter books J.K. Rowling was subjected to “vitriolic online abuse” for disagreeing with the political agenda of Scottish National Party supporters.
“A stream of vicious comments on Twitter” called her, among other nasty names – a “traitor to Scotland”, “Blairite scum” and “an arch-unionist propagandist, feeding a river of hatred”.
Rowling was also accused of having “spewed venom” and being a piece of “shite’.
I'd be delighted for you to show me where I've 'spewed venom' at anybody. https://t.co/pzVXaLcMMv
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) May 4, 2015
Source: JK Rowling speaks out over Twitter abuse that crossed ‘personal line’ (The Guardian, 9 May 2015)
J-Star says: “Hate-spewing, divisive, race-obsessed ignoramuses”
In Malaysia, we know the supporters of WHICH political party it is that make the most vitriolic, vicious, vituperative comments in cyberspace. They are also the Malaysian Firsters.
Meanwhile, people who are not Malaysian Firsters are called “hate-spewing, divisive, race-obsessed ignoramuses” by the J-Star editorials. The EvangeliSTARs are the Malaysian First mouthpiece.
Their favourite words and phrases such as “spewing venom” – of which they accuse others as guilty of, when it is really they themselves who need to look in the mirror – is quite characteristic of the abusive and aggressive bullying personality type.
Can they ever be at peace with Islam?
Other favourite labels they like to stick on others are “bigots” and “haters”.
Again, when these Malaysian Firsters accuse other people (usually Perkasa and Isma are targetted), these self-righteous bunch should check if three fingers are pointing back at themselves when they accuse others of bigotry and hate.
“A classic example of ‘Cakap tak Serupa Bikin….’ After all, Malaysia Firsters are known for their hypocrisy. They wear the hijab, but inside them they hate Islam“.
It’s time for the besieged victims to stand up to the Malaysian Firster bullies. Say ‘No’ to cyberbullying.