Wednesday, June 5, 2013

RED BEAN ARMY DALAM KERAJAAN SENDIRI.

By: Zainudin Maidin.

Reaksi kepada "I love PM." It Is Disgusting di bawah ini menembak dengan tepat terhadap masalah media Cyber anti kerajaan yang berkembang kerana ketidakupayaan memeranginya secara profesional dan efektif dari sejak mula berputik.

Kelemahan ini kerana politik dalaman UMNO, Kementerian Dalam Negeri dan juga apa yang dipanggil War Room BN. Memang tidak wajar untuk ditangani masalah ini hanya ketika kempen PRU13.

Singapura telah mengenali masaalah ini dan menguatkuasakan peraturan mewajibkan media sosial termasuk laman web berita merangkumi Yahoo mulai 1 Jun lalu (lihat berita di bawah) tetapi dasar kerajaan kita ialah memadamkan isu dan bukannya membunuh isu termasuk yang terkini dalam cara menolak kecaman terhadap SPR.

Dasar ini dalam zaman Perdana Menteri Tunku Abdu Rahman dipanggil "Tolak Ansur" yang menyebabkan ahli UMNO mengorbankan Tunku dan Abdullah Badawi serta terdahulu dari itu menyebabkan pengunduran pengasas UMNO Dato Onn Jaafar. 

Maka itu kita jangan salah focus, sebaliknya fokus lah kepada Red Been Army dari dalam parti dan kerajaan sendiri sekiranya kepimpinan Najib dan Negara hendak diselamatkan. 

KOMEN:

Malaysiakini dan MalaysianInsider effective dan berjaya!! Hampir semua penyokong pembangkang diofis saya rujuk cerita-cerita dan fahaman mereka pada portal-portal di atas. Hari-hari saya degar mereka bercerita dan mengutuk kerajaan. Hari-hari saya nampak di screen komputer mereka! Effektif nya sebab mereka terlalu percaya secara serius khabar-khabar dari portal-portal ini.
Kenapa dok heboh-heboh tentang tentera kacang; Malaysiakini dan Malaysian Insider dah mula perang siber sekian lama nya.. Buat lah sesuatu drastik tentang portal-portal ini ya. Saya dah penat membaca analisis-analisis dan berceloteh !!!!! Jangan jadi NATO (No Action Talk Only) jer...huhuhu - zorro bukit - on "I LOVE PM". IT IS DISGUSTING

SINGAPURA KENAKAN LESEN KE ATAS WEBSITES BERITA
By Kevin Lim
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Websites that regularly report on Singapore including Yahoo News will have to get a license from June 1, putting them on par with newspapers and television news outlets, in a move seen by some as a bid to rein in free-wheeling Internet news.

"Online news sites that report regularly on issues relating to Singapore and have significant reach among readers here will require an individual license," Singapore's Media Development Authority(MDA) said in a statement.

"This will place them on a more consistent regulatory framework with traditional news platforms which are already individually licensed," the media regulator said.

Prosperous and orderly Singapore, a regional base for many multinationals and fund managers, is one of the world's most wired-up cities with most people having broadband access.

It has long maintained strict controls on the media, saying that was necessary to maintain stability in a small, multi-racial country and that media must be held accountable for what they publish.

Lobby group Reporters Without Borders, in its latest report, ranked Singapore 149th globally in terms of press freedom, down 14 places from 2012 and below many of its neighbors.

In 2011, the city-state's tiny opposition made big gains against the long-ruling People's Action Party in parliamentary elections, partly by using the Internet to reach voters.
A survey by the Straits Times newspaper shortly before the vote found 36.3 percent of people between the ages of 21 and 34 cited the Internet as their top source of domestic political news compared with 35.3 percent who preferred newspapers.

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