UMNO information chief Tan Sri Muhammad Mohammad Taib once has described writers of political blogs, whom he says looked brave in criticising government leaders, as cowards. I bet, like Zam, he doesn't do online much. If he does, than he knew that he has a huge fan base in the Internet.
Muhammad Muhammad Taib
Just use Google search engine and search by "muhammad muhammad taib" keywords and you will find not less than 50 pages of online material pointing to himself.
Google Search Keywords "Muhammad Muhammad Taib"
And you will find 50 pages of google search page!
Not just 50 articles or websites. These are some of the most popular available items
Investigate Malaysia Today Allegations On Muhammad Muhammad Taib Petition, hosted at PetitionOnline.com. http://www.petitiononline.com/
Muhammad Muhammad Taib, 52, was acquitted by a Queensland state District Court jury in May this year on one count of knowingly making a false currency
On April 14, Muhammad, 51, resigned as chief minister of Selangor, ... Muhammad did not do so, and was found out. He says he was unaware of the law and that ...
Pengendali dan penulis blog dibiaya organisasi luar negara hingga mencecah RM100,000 sebulan, kata Ketua Penerangan Umno, Tan Sri Muhammad Muhd Taib. ... http://tellusomething.wordpress.com/category/muhammad-taib/
The ntv7 anchorman has raised the issue of voters who were unable to vote with UMNO vice-president Muhammad Muhammad Taib. The anchor said many voters had ... http://aliran.com/oldsite/charter/monitors/2004/03/
Muhammad Muhammad Taib in Google
Pipl profile of Muhammad Taib. Quick facts, related people, online personal profiles, publications, contact details and much more.
This morning however, the Umno General Assembly did not prevent a large crowd of Umno supporters of Muhammad Taib from turning up in Parliament for the ..
Muhammad Taib should explain the latest Australian press revelation that he had ... It is most ironical that when Tan Sri Muhammad Muhammad Taib resigned as ...
Congratulation Tan Sri!
But there are diferences between political blogs and blogs that write on politics. For example, Malaysia-today.com, harakahdaily.net and limkitsiang.com are the political blogs.
For most of them such as asiaweek.com, bharian.com.my thestar.com.my [and here, kadayanuniverse.com], they are of websites that write on politics; they aren't necessarily political blogs. Blogging on political issues isn't taboo in Malaysia. Nor that it should be discussed only by politicians. It interests everybody.
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 18 (Bernama) -- Umno information chief Tan Sri Muhammad Mohammad Taib has described writers of political blogs, whom he says looked brave in criticising government leaders, as cowards.
Now, back to the “coward” claims. There are specific political coward definitions to be fair with bloggers.
If you are the government backbencher, and maintain silence over everything that happen around you, that is a real coward. You are in the position to say something, but had choosen not to. You are too afraid of losing position and source of income.
If you are the government backbencher, and you are willing to stand up, it's just a normal thing that you do. Good friend isn't necessarily be a YES man.
But if you are outside of government circle, and being vocal or make constructive criticism at the same time, that is what we called as brave. Those people in power can do many nasty things to you. Therefore, if you vocal and manage to hide yourself, then you are smart.
If you play vocal but exposing your self daringly, and you don't know where to stop like Hindraf – then you are stupid fool.
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