Imposter’s Acc. terminated / Protun in cahoots with Chinese ultra
Update: The big-headed and fraudulent Protun blog should be better described as a hate site.
Its comment space is now dominated by Dapsters and haters who use it as a platform of spread their black propaganda and anti-Najib, anti-government lies.
A fortnight ago, I complained that an impersonator hijacked “helenangwordpress” as his account name in the Disqus message board.
He had misused my online identity to comment in TMI (the only portal that would allow such shenanigans in their domain) to hentam Minister Paul Low and Deputy Minister Nur Jazlan.
That’s what sneaky bastards do. Baling batu sorok tangan and set up others to be blamed. And that’s why I’m convinced that some oppo politicians and their slick operatives are dajjal.
Then last week, the service provider Disqus terminated the impostor’s account after evaluating my complaint. The link https://disqus.com/by/helenangwordpresscom/ now registers Error 404 (page not found).
Tun, Protuns and their new BFFs
On a separate note, I checked the meaning of the word ‘imposter’. It refers to “a person who pretends to be someone else in order to deceive others”.
For instance, if you’re a middle-aged Malay man but pretending to be a mixed-race, petite Chinese woman, then that’s clearly an imposture.
Tun Mahathir is proving to be a sad case when his most vociferous support today is from Dapsters and impostors.
You already know how vicious the Dapsters are. What kind of people are the Protuns to be flocking together with them?
It only goes to show how ultra kiasu the Protuns are – just like their new found friends – when they’re willing to share a platform as well as allow their platform to be used by the Chinese ultras … all in order to try and win.
Big-headed blogger who got transferred and ‘banned’
One Protun blogger became so egotistical due to his online popularity that his bosses slapped him an immediate transfer out of state.
Considering how he has been dissing that particular state’s Menteri Besar, Khaled Nordin, the overnight reassignment to Johor cannot be good for his future career.
What to do? He was so full of himself thinking he’s popular in blogosphere that he went overboard and stepped on some big Umno toes. Hence his superiors have banned him from blogging on politics.
Only Tun is untouchable, the rest are not
I used to think that Tun was untouchable.
That he was the only maverick individual in Malaysia who had complete immunity – nobody can ‘touch’ him – for several reasons, such as his stature, his age and his position as the ex-premier of 22 years standing.
There is also his devoted personality cult, and like I’ve maintained, he is the country’s most influential man in his own capacity without holding any government post.
But who would have thought that even his blogger pentaksub could – tak pasal-pasal – be so arrogant? Mind you, while the Protuns are avid defenders and followers, there is only ONE ‘Tun’ who is seemingly above the law and beyond the reach of repercussions.
Protuns becoming more like Dapsters by the day
Blogger merepek, for instance, in declaring that people are angry with him for praising Dr Mahathir as “the handsome old man”.
This behaviour is so Dapsterish and thus it’s no surprise that the birds of a feather are beginning to flock together.
The Protun blog is now infested mostly with foul-mouthed Dapster and anti-gomen commenters after some of his old, regular readership drifted away. Their vulgarities and lies are making his blog environment ugly.
Another dirty tactic is falsely accusing the Projibs of wanting to take out anyone who was against the Umno president. Such misrepresentation is so typically Dapster. It’s become hard to tell them (Protuns and Dapsters) apart.
Think about it – who’s nice and who’s nasty? Whose vengeful and vindictive company are the Protuns keeping nowadays?
Future is being decided — PAS-Umno or DAP-Tun?
PAS and Umno have been drawing closer and closer together of late, and likewise the Tun and the opposition camps.
Granted that Najib’s popularity rating has dropped but nonetheless, popularity gained by fraud – e.g. imposture in pretending to be a hot babe that you’re not – is something built on shifting sands.
A well-known quote goes, “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time”.
Should Malays care to put on their thinking cap, maka mereka akan dapat mengenal yang mana satu intan yang mana satu kaca.
If however the public by and large still remains gullible and allow themselves to be fooled, then the Umno hawks would be quite correct to embark on a hard line.