Checked this blog and there were quite a number of comments in my last posting which was mostly a copy and paste job, A blogger's message to Datuk Najib
I released all of them despite most attacking me for highlighting the message by a fellow blogger to PM DS Najib Razak on the matter of his advisers who seem to be not doing a good job.
As I had promised to readers of this blog, I will try to publish all of their comments as long as they were not extremely seditious, overly vulgar or maliciously tries to get an innocent bystander in trouble.
Then I noticed that particular posting had generated over 3,000 page views since 8am yesterday, which is quite high for this insignificant anonymous blog.
Upon checking I discovered that a large number of those who came to this blog to read that posting were from the OutsidetheBox blog which provided the link to it. I guess that was why those attacking me were accusing me as being part of a gang who want to topple Datuk Najib. This was so because senior pro-BN blogger Syed Akbar Ali who operates the OutsidetheBox blog has of late been highly critical of Datuk Najib.
Well, I think those who were accusing me of trying to topple Datuk Najib must be not very clever or have some reading deficiencies as they don't seem to understand the content of that message written by my fellow blogger.
Honestly, I can't be bothered with what they want to accuse me with, as I think if Datuk Najib ever read that message, which was addressed to him, he will know what it was meant to be.
Anyway, I was actually amused that those who attacked me deemed it necessary to do so because this blog of mine is really of no consequence as pointed out by a commenter in OutsidetheBox,
Life of Annie is a 4th grader pro-UMNO blogger. No substance, mostly cut-and-paste, just like PM's morons. Not worth reading.
Why they need to worry that a "4th grader pro-Umno blogger" wants to topple the PM is beyond me.
Yet, still, they went to great length to paint a picture as if I am an anti-Najib person just because I agree with my fellow blogger that Datuk Najib needs to be careful with the conducts of some of his advisers.
Here is an example - when I tried to caution a commenter not to attack the personality of PM's Press Secretary Datuk Akmar, the response of these people shows a pattern that unmistakably familiar with the one once launched against me by DAP cybertroopers. Note the time of these comments which were within minutes of each others,
To these people, let me tell you all that I have actually been helping to defend Datuk Najib since way back then when his small band of aides were struggling to fend off attacks by Pak Lah people who did not want him to take over the premiership. Akmar was one of those guys in that small team and I know that he, along with the others had tried their best to protect Datuk Najib. This is way before all these advisers and consultants came into the picture after Datuk Najib became the PM. That is why I want readers of this blog to give Akmar the benefit of a doubt and refrain from launching unsubstantiated personal attacks against him.
For those who have been following this less than six-month-old blog of mine, they should know where I stand as far as Datuk Najib is concerned.
This is a past posting of mine about Datuk Najib which I was made to believe was read by the Prime Minister himself,
Keeping faith in Najib
I still stand by what I wrote in that posting. I'm still hoping for things to improve for Datuk Najib. Hopefully it's not going to be too late.