Sometimes I don't really understand why some people get very upset with what I wrote in this blog.
I am after all just an insignificant anonymous blogger.
It's not like I am a Tokoh Wartawan Negara or something like that.
That was why I'm a bit surprised and honestly amused when my last post,
1MDB on the right track
received quite a number of venomous comments.
I wasn't even really trying to defend 1MDB and instead just saying that they are doing the right thing by engaging their critics.
The response I got was I think quite an overkill.
It's typical of Pakatan's style of running down people that they deemed should be thrashed to achieve their political ambitions.
All these made me remember how they spun what was said by PM DS Najib Razak's wife Rosmah Mansor regarding her inquiry about wanting to get her hair done at home.
She had said the reply that it costs RM1,200 was too expensive for her but the pro-Pakatan jurnos seized on it by going to the town that Rosmah was paying that much for her hair.
And then, the whole world believe it, and branded her with all sorts of evil things.
That whole nonsense also reminded me of an article by Terence Fernandez, the so-called investigation editor of The Edge.
It wanted to make me puke.
Terence didn't name Rosmah in the article but anyone who read it would know that he was referring to her.
You see, I may not be Rosmah's biggest fan, but the way Terence wrote about her in that article was so malicious and petty that I felt pity for the woman.
The title of the article is,
Rise of a ‘megalomaniac’ First Lady
but truthfully, it made me conclude that the writer is the one who is a megalomaniac.
I think he is so full of himself that he believes he is God the All Mighty and can thrash another human being that way.
Here, is the whole article and you can judge for yourself,
She is regarded by many as among both the most loved and the most vilified woman of her time.