How to effectively terminate TMI

February 26, 2016 at 11:24 am 26 comments

The Malaysian Inciter must be COMPLETELY shut down by the government because it is a menace and real threat to national security.

In 1987, the government merely suspended The Star under its ISA swoop code-named Ops Lalang.

However, ‘Suara DAP’ soon made its return and The J-Star has since evolved into the Nest of Evangelistas.


Read, ‘Media baron Tong Kooi Ong belongs in jail


Hopefully, Najib today will be more efficient than Dr Mahathir was in handling the sneaky subversives.

BELOW: The Scissors aka Gunting dalam Lipatan

gunting star dalam lipatan

The Malaysian Inciter (TMI)

Regular commenter ‘drinho’ @ 2016/02/26 at 9:00 am gave us this poser:

“BTW, in this Internet age how to effectively block access to TMI? People can use VPN. Even the mobile app of TMI is not affected. Not to mention the mirror side [site] of TMI, same content with a different url.

“If want to be effective, action has to be taken against the bosses of TMI like the owner and chief editor.”

BELOW: (from left) Jahabar Sadiq the TMI dajjal-in-chief, ex-Subang Jaya MCA evangelista Adun Lee Hwa Beng, Lim Guan Eng and Zairil Khir Johari

LeeHwaBeng

Full force of the law must be brought to bear

Another semi-regular commenter ‘Equalizer’ @ 2016/02/26 at 1:09 am shared the following suggestion:

“To be effective, they [The Malaysian Insider] must be arrested and charged in court for every offence they commit, the DPP must then insist on very high bail for repeated offences on each and every charge. Do it without fear or favour and the people will be with you and do it fast.

“Blocking is just temporary and is not deterrent. Arresting and remanding them for investigations for days pending charging in court is most effective.”

BELOW: The Malaysian Inciter fitnah Hadi Awang by doctoring a photo

TMI apology Hadi

Crux of the problem is those kind of people

I wrote yesterday that the government’s proposed move to register blogs will address the limited issue of social media abuse. But the heart of the matter remains the problematic people, i.e. fraudulent bloggers like Annie Anakin who lie and libel, and not the tool he uses — his Blogspot cyber real estate.

Similarly, it is the oppo operatives who character assassinate.

There’s a saying, “Guns don’t kill. People do.” Hence when one curb is imposed on the slanderous, shape-shifting Annie, he simply moves on to another outlet or communication format. (Previously Annie blogged as ‘Ai’ in Big Cat.)


6 Sept 2015:

TMI are unmitigated dajjal, SHUT. THEM. DOWN!


‘TMI’ on a fitnah spree

ABOVE: The hit-and-run modus operandi of TMI — fitnah kaw-kaw then make a small, half-hearted apology when cornered.

Core of the problem is our ‘failed’ population

In a nutshell: As how it is the discredited Annie Anakin and his new Dapster BFFs who are the problem and not blogs per se, likewise it is the puak pemfitnah operating TMI who are the problem and not news portals per se.

DajjalMalaysia’s problem is not digital technology. Malaysia’s problem is its population segment who are dajjal.

We must learn to recognize what exactly is our country’s problem before we can work on securing a remedy.

So what you need to understand is that the problem lies with the anti-Islam campaigners (i.e. evangelistas) is their hatred for Islam and enmity against Islamists.

One example of the syndrome can be seen in an episode last year where some journos formerly from TMI kenakan Isma — read, Malaysia’s “failed state” is its failed population segment.

Unless and until the evangelistas are willing to acknowledge that Malaysia is a Muslim land and make peace with Article 3 of the Federal Constitution, this problem will not go away.

The Malaysian Inciter has stood out as being the most overtly pro-Christian media in the country. Many of our Muslim NGOs consider TMI a public enemy.

BELOW: Tajuddin Ramli reading the apology tendered him by TMI which was published in the newspapers after the tycoon successfully sued Inciter in court

TajuddinRamli

Continues from:

What happened to the police case against TMI editors?

 

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  • 1. Surrhead  |  February 26, 2016 at 12:30 pm

    Report lodged against communications minister over TMI ban – this is the current headline when i accessed TMI just now….BUT…i can see that you guys are aware that the current gov is stoopid to the max when it come to blocking sites, and it is not taking actions against the editors (why), and you guys still keep on voting stoopid people in….what does that make you??

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    • 2. Akim  |  February 26, 2016 at 12:58 pm

      Yes, that includes you, your bosses or those you admire and voted in the past. You are double stupid because you voted them then accuse others. Cakap tak serupa bikin, DAP kind, as always.

      I see that Najib may be taking half measures because of trying to win any votes he can get. But I don’t accuse him or his government stupid – I only accuse you and the likes of you damn stupid.

      Asking without thinking. Next time, think first, then ask, d’ya hear? I’ll ask God for forgiveness when I go for Friday prayers after this, but not an apology for calling you stupid but for doing so on a Muslim sabbath day.

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      • 3. Kineas1067  |  February 26, 2016 at 1:10 pm

        Policy U-turns and flip-flops don’t count?

        How about certainty and predictability of laws and regulations for investors (local and foreign)?

        Is that a non-starter?

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      • 4. Surrhead  |  February 26, 2016 at 3:09 pm

        wow…i would have to become stoopid to reply you, which i won’t.
        And muslims do not observe Sabbath……..http://muslimvoices.org/do-muslims-observe-the-sabbath/………sounds better if our usual Malaysian term is used….

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  • 5. i hate n'sync  |  February 26, 2016 at 4:58 pm

    #1. I cannot support the registration of blogs unless the authorities guarantee the rights of bloggers to their space. Else, it is just going to make the stifling easier. It is a nut-case job anyway. Why should government regulate blogs unless it is recognizing them with the same status as the press / media?

    #2. Malaysia’s constitution says “Islam is the religion of the Federation”. The clause was requested by the Alliance and was rejected by the rulers (see Fernando, 2006). Religion is a state matter and it was felt that putting in a religion of the Federation would also affect its secularity. The said article was only included when the clauses to freedom of other religions were inserted together, and the Alliance agreed that it should not imply that the country is not a Secular State. In fact, the State rulers were originally adamant that there will not be a federal department of religious affairs, fearing a non-muslim would lead it. The working party set out to review the Reid commission’s version repeatedly reassured everyone that the Constitution is being drafted with every intention of Malaya being a secular state. Perhaps now some of you will understand why there is such a long-winded Article 3(2) and 3(3), plus the most important 3(4) that reads “Nothing in this article derogates from any other provision of this Constitution”. Together with Article 11 and Article 12, our Constitution does not allow discrimination on the basis of religion, period. This is no more a “Muslim” land than a land inhabited by a majority of Muslims.

    If you read history and follow the materials left behind in the minutes and Hansard proceedings, you will appreciate the level and quality of the statesmen in our early years of Independence. Nobody wanted a theocratic state then, but of late, many people are proposing it because the very same Constitution provided for the freedom and space for such Islamic ideals to grow. Today, the freedom of religion clause does not extend to our fellow Malay / Muslim countrymen as the Council of Rulers unleashed a genie in the bottle known as JAKIM today. Of course, Mahathir helped by putting JAKIM under the PM’s Department, thus we now bear the brunt of state Islamisation. Tawfik said it, but look at the public brickbats he received. Go read how JAKIM’s predecessor got started and when Mahathir took it from the Council of Rulers.

    Malaysians don’t understand and don’t know about a lot of things because of deliberate ignorance. I say deliberate not because people want to be stupid (although some do), but it is the outcome of a restricted and pliable press and media drunk on 24/7 entertainment. Rather than showing hagiographies on state TV, the masses could have benefitted from dissenting and opposing views on the interpretation of the Constitution, including the amount of scholarly work that went into researching the intentions of our founding fathers.

    Character assassinations don’t work well with some crowd. The same goes for gross oversimplification of some issues and finding convenient scapegoats. Just my two cents.

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    • 6. Helen Ang  |  February 26, 2016 at 5:46 pm

      (1) re: regulationg blogs through registration

      It will allow the authorities to curb anon bloggers like Annie Anakin who are liars and slanderers.

      (2) re: Muslim land

      The reversion will happen in the peninsula once Umno and PAS hook up.

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      • 7. drinho  |  February 26, 2016 at 6:49 pm

        re: The reversion will happen in the peninsula once Umno and PAS hook up.

        Based on what you say so? What will happen thereafter? Everyone under hudud? No more pork meat, gambling, alcohol etc in Malaysia? Cannot celebrate CNY, Deepavali and Christmas?

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        • 8. Helen Ang  |  February 26, 2016 at 10:34 pm

          Based on the areas under PAS control:

          Separate gender queues in supermarkets, lights on in cinemas and separate seating, workers/traders under council jurisdiction need to tutup aurat, eateries can’t operate during daylight hours of fasting month, shops close for an extended period on Friday afternoon, Sunday is a working day …

          … and perhaps we’ll have green trolleys in the supermarkets for Muslims and yellow trolleys for the DAP supporters.

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      • 9. i hate n'sync  |  February 26, 2016 at 9:19 pm

        I think there are enough liars and slanderers who are or are not bloggers, regardless of whether their identities are known or not. Mahathir used to write to the press using his pen name. No law against that.

        If Malaysians believe in toto the rubbish being peddled, that means part of the problem lies with the readers, really. I read a lot of things online and offline, but I don’t really find the need to agree with all the opinions and insights. It is pretty interesting to learn what the masses think, even though you might think its stupid.

        I do agree with you that whatever calisthenics that DAP is doing, it is tapping into the frustrations of those who feel disenfranchised with the establishment. They have milked their money’s worth of Chinese resentment against the Malay hegemony so it is a bit ironic / rich to imagine them trying to convince the electorate otherwise.

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        • 10. Helen Ang  |  February 26, 2016 at 10:24 pm

          re: “Mahathir used to write to the press using his pen name. No law against that.”

          Che Det did not lie about his job, portray himself as an awek cun, make up an imaginary (half) Chinese family and concoct utterly false and malicious stories about other writers.

          re: “If Malaysians believe in toto the rubbish being peddled, that means part of the problem lies with the readers, really.”

          Absolutely. But it’s very exploitative / manipulative to con the lovelorn Pak Haji from Alor Gajah. That’s like the morality of the Nigerian Internet Casanova scam.

          re: “It is pretty interesting to learn what the masses think, even though you might think its stupid.”

          I’m aghast at how gullible some section of the masses can be, and how sneaky/vicious the DAP operatives are.

          re: “I do agree with you that whatever calisthenics that DAP is doing, it is tapping into the frustrations of those who feel disenfranchised with the establishment.”

          They’re reaping their harvest of hate (translated into DAP evangelistas acquiring power, positions and perks) without thought for the future of a shrinking Chinese community living in what will become more pronouncedly bumi Islam.

          re: “They have milked their money’s worth of Chinese resentment against the Malay hegemony so it is a bit ironic / rich to imagine them trying to convince the electorate otherwise.”

          The DAP’s foment of resentment has passed the threshold of deranged. In the past, only the fringe online comments were crude and rude in their anti-Umno/Malay and anti-Islam expressions.

          Nowadays, the majority and mainstream comments are crudely and rudely anti-Najib(Rosmah)/Hadi Awang and anti-Umno/PAS. Even the anti-Malay/Muslim sentiments are hard to disguise any longer as being merely anti-“Umnoputra”.

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  • 11. Kineas1067  |  February 26, 2016 at 5:08 pm

    The Internet is a dangerous jungle where all manner of beasties roam.

    And then there is the “dark Web” – a different kettle of fish entirely.

    The MCMC may not have a clue how to access the dark Web, let alone police it.

    There are reports that Apple is working on developing an iPhone that even it can’t hack. That would make it impossible for governments and security agencies to break into locked iPhones.

    And Google is working on “Project Shield” which is “designed to protect publishers from Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks that essentially overwhelm websites with simultaneous requests for pages” (AFP).

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai: “(he) cares deeply about journalism – yes, because of the crucial role it plays in democratic society, ensuring the spread of knowledge and the free flow of information… I am happy to announce today that we will be offering Project Shield to all the world’s independent news organisations. For free… We hope that in the future even the smallest news organisations will be able to report the news without the fear of being taken down by digital attacks.” (AFP)

    That seems to be pretty relevant in the current circumstances.

    It also means that one can’t put a leash on technology evolving, no matter how much bureaucrats and politicians may think otherwise.

    And no one in their right minds would call for a boycott of Apple and Google products. Or would they?

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    • 12. Helen Ang  |  February 26, 2016 at 5:41 pm

      re: “That seems to be pretty relevant in the current circumstances.”

      The Malaysian Inciter is a news provider but at the same time, it is an opposition ‘hatchet man’.

      Read, https://takemon.wordpress.com/2016/02/25/tmi-blocked-long-overdue/

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      • 13. Kineas1067  |  February 29, 2016 at 2:31 pm

        So sue them. Let them have their day in court.

        What’s so difficult about that? Especially if they are “Inciters”.

        I am sure that a pretty convincing case can be assembled to argue this in court, with both prosecution and defence being allowed to call witnesses and cross-examine them?

        Is the TMI a terrorist mouthpiece that has to be curbed by administrative means? No one has made that claim as yet.

        Perhaps you would like to start that bandwagon rolling?

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        • 14. Helen Ang  |  February 29, 2016 at 2:51 pm

          Tajuddin Ramli sued The Inciter. But he’s a tycoon. Not every one of TMI‘s victims have the same means.

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          • 15. drinho  |  February 29, 2016 at 4:40 pm

            re: But he’s a tycoon

            What about the lost cases by Utusan and ongoing ones? The party that sued Utusan are mostly Oppo politicians. Are they tycoons? If you have strong cases, sue TMI. After all, you will win compensation eventually that can be used to pay lawyer fees. Just need to pay some minimal upfront fees, maybe in the ten of thousands. Quite affordable for any BN parties and politicians.

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            • 16. Helen Ang  |  February 29, 2016 at 4:58 pm

              re: “ten of thousands. Quite affordable for any BN parties and politicians”

              Affordable for Mukhriz who threatened legal action and got TMI to apologize.

              Not necessarily affordable to all the victims of TMI‘s bullying.

              Let’s take one example, Yuktes Vijay complained that TMI kenakan dia.

              I’m not speaking on YV’s behalf whether he has ten of thousands to spare for a lawsuit against The Inciter but I’m just pointing out his profile to illustrate that not everyone who crosses sword with the Dajjal Portal fits the description of traditional fat cat.

              YV is in his 20s, a former political aide and anti-oppo. He’s some years younger than another well-known political aide Teoh Beng Hock, whom we know was not rich (his bank balance was revealed due to the sensational/tragic nature of his death).

              Rather than putting the onus on the so many, many, many victims of TMI across a wide spectrum to sue, I hope that the authorities will take action to kill this Dajjal Portal.

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              • 17. JohorMali II  |  February 29, 2016 at 5:33 pm

                Just who are the “so many, many, many victims of TMI”? Are they the faceless voiceless who need justice?

                Any action that the authorities take to shut down TMI can be challenged in court. Even if the grounds are “national security”, which no one has yet propounded in black and white.

                Now, if TMI is peddling the ISIS agenda (for example), that would be a different kettle of fish. It hasn’t done that, afaik.

                Btw, this term “dajjal” is so yesterday.

                Isn’t there a reference in the Christian Bible that he who calls his brother “fool” or “renegade” will burn in hell fire?

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                • 18. Helen Ang  |  February 29, 2016 at 5:51 pm

                  re: “Just who are the ‘so many, many, many victims of TMI‘?”

                  A far from exhaustive list, https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/07/03/when-is-tmi-going-to-be-charged-for-sedition-and-shut-down/

                  re: “Are they the faceless voiceless who need justice?”

                  The Malaysian Inciter is a vicious bully, particularly of Muslim NGOs and the Islamic departments and agencies. The authorities did right. I support 101 percent. They should have done this years ago.

                  re: “Any action that the authorities take to shut down TMI can be challenged in court. Even if the grounds are ‘national security’, which no one has yet propounded in black and white.”

                  Go ahead then. Challenge the authorities.

                  re: “Now, if TMI is peddling the ISIS agenda (for example), that would be a different kettle of fish. It hasn’t done that, afaik.”

                  TMI is a bigger threat to national security than ISIS. Our government is of the opinion that The Inciter is a threat to national security. I agree!

                  re: “Btw, this term ‘dajjal’ is so yesterday.”

                  It’s eternal. It depicts the evil that has been with us since time immemorial. But I can call TMI ‘syaitan’ if you prefer.

                  https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/09/06/tmi-are-unmitigated-dajjal-shut-them-down/

                  re: “Isn’t there a reference in the Christian Bible that he who calls his brother ‘fool’ or ‘renegade’ will burn in hell fire?”

                  I’m not a Christian. It’s irrelevant to me.

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                  • 19. drinho  |  February 29, 2016 at 7:22 pm

                    re: Our government is of the opinion that The Inciter is a threat to national security.

                    Threat to national security or threat to political survival of Umno/BN?

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                    • 20. Helen Ang  |  February 29, 2016 at 7:27 pm

                      TMI reported something that was refuted by the chairman of the MACC advisory panel.

                      TMI was lying … as usual.

                    • 21. drinho  |  March 2, 2016 at 11:22 am

                      re: TMI was lying … as usual.

                      How to fairly determine the quantum of action to be taken against TMI?

                      1. reprimand;
                      2. fine;
                      3. charge the Editors and management of TMI;
                      4. block access to TMI.

                      Punishment has to be proportionate with the offense. While I disagreed with any false, seditious, defamatory etc reporting, I think the action of blocking access to TMI is excessive. After all, readers and members of public have the right not to access TMI website to read their so-called false, seditious, defamatory news. Not to mention the ineffectiveness of blocking access. Savvy readers will use VPN, mirror site and corporate internet account to access.

  • 22. damansaraman  |  February 26, 2016 at 6:06 pm

    Why blame the so-called liars when we can’t even tell the so-called truth convincingly?

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    • 23. Helen Ang  |  February 26, 2016 at 10:49 pm

      Below is a response I’d made earlier to another commenter RD. I’m copypasting for you to read. How to cope with this kind of sneaky bastards?

      Take the viral Facebook photo showing Najib and Rosmah kononnya being served 2kg Matsusaka Wagyu beef at a cost of RM19,284.80. The restaurant denied the story.

      Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/01/123735/restaurant-denies-serving-najib-rm20000-steak

      According to the explanation by Me’nate Steak Hub:

      (1) The RM20k receipt is fake. It doesn’t match their bar code and inventory.
      (2) The chef in the photo is not their staff.
      (3) ““The dishes displayed in the picture make no sense. If they (Najib and Rosmah) were eating Matsusaka beef, why was there rice and other dishes?”

      Kantoi! It is exposed that the FB fitnah is just another one of the oppo’s endless dirty tricks.

      But you know with what putar-belit the Dapsters responded after they were called out?

      They said:

      (1) Any restaurant would be proud to serve a VVIP but this Me’nate Steak Hub is quick to deny that the PM ate their beef.

      The Dapsters claimed that Me’nate issued the denial because any respectable restaurant would prefer to distance itself from Najib and Rosmah due to the PM’s bad reputation.

      So instead of admitting that the restaurant had clarified because a lie had been told and spread, the Dapsters argued that Menate’s preferred action was to disassociate their product from Najib and Rosmah’s taint.

      These Dapsters are sneaky bastards tahap despicable.

      (2) The restaurant had reasoned that Me’nate steak would not be served with the side dishes seen in the photo because the (meal) combination doesn’t gel.

      The rejoinder by the Dapsters is that you can take Rosmah out from the kampung but you can’t take the kampung out of Rosmah.

      Hence rather than refuting the restaurant’s logic, the Dapsters spin that despite being served the most expensive meal, Rosmah still needed to have her sambal belacan because she just can’t shed her kampung eating habit.

      Can you see how the ultra kiasu will twist everything? They’re syaitan.

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  • 24. Mulan  |  February 27, 2016 at 11:00 pm

    Just when you think Malaysian Insider has been shut, it is now reborn as Malaysian Outsider.
    http://www.themalaysianoutsider.com

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    • 25. Kineas1067  |  March 1, 2016 at 12:34 pm

      As they say, you can’t keep a good man down…..

      Hahaha….

      Welcome to the weird and wacky world of the Internet where geeks can overcome any blocks, censorship, firewalls etc.

      The only solution is to physically disconnect Malaysia from the Internet. Go “dark”, as they say.

      Is the government prepared to do that?

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  • 26. Mulan  |  March 14, 2016 at 4:05 pm

    As they say, you can’t keep a good man down…..
    Yes when the Viagra wears off.

    Well, as an Insider or Outsider, they are closing. Hahahaha

    http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/03/14/edge-confirms-losses-tmi/

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