Ariff Sabri’s article malicious and seditious
February 27, 2015
Raub MP Ariff Sabri recently wrote for his Sakmongkol blog an article with the heading “The Black and White Minstrel Show ended as a huge embarrassment”. It was contentious, malicious and seditious.
Sakmongkol has no qualms about making controversial and unsupported allegations. The article insulted the intelligence of the rakyat in assuming we will “forget about the rising cost of living” and the “diminishing value of income”.
He gave no examples or evidence to substantiate his statement regarding “the financial scandals created by the government, governmental dishonesty, abuse of power, social strife caused by extremists”. He made obvious innuendos about the Bonnie and Clyde couple of Malaysia.
Sak’s bizarre fantasy about Khairy Jamaluddin as the super hero to rescue the PM from his alleged predicament reeks of gutter journalism that stinks to the highest heavens. Can the Prime Minister of a country be saved by a young minister? Certainly, his postulation indicates Sak is losing the plot.
His ludricous theory about how the roadshow will elevate KJ’s relevance disgraces himself for it shows his complete ignorance of how Umno functions, despite being a former Umno member himself.
The way Sak speaks about Tun Dr Mahathir, Abdullah Badawi and others shows how he has put on an omniscient persona, thinking that he alone can direct the political dynamics of this country and he alone understands all the scheming and plotting in the political sphere.
Reading Sak’s rants about the Altantuya and Anwar cases gives readers the impression that he must have had one too many when he wrote this post. He waffles around with his baseless theories and cannot make up his mind as to which issue or character he wants to use as a missile to bomb his enemies – KJ, PM Najib, Altantuya’s murderers or Anwar.
His mindless and disorganised, poorly reasoned and highly sensationalised rants about Anwar serves only one purpose – to stir the rakyat against the government.
Despite the highly seditious nature of his post, Sak has the cheek to question Semut’s Zaparudin if he could understand the nauseating content of his article.
It is inconceivable that an MP like Sak does not understand how his article:
– Deliberately and surreptitiously brings hatred, contempt and disaffection against the administration of justice with regard to the Altantya and Anwar cases;
– Maliciously raises discontent or disaffection amongst the subjects of the Yang diPertuan Agong or of the ruler of any state;
– Promotes feelings of ill-will and hostility between different races or classes of Malaysians; and
– Brazenly insinuates how once the masses have federal power, they don’t need to go before the King to free Anwar.
It appears that only he can object, ridicule and deny anything under the sun.
When he used “awesomely imbecilic” to describe Semut’s police report, me thinks Sak was actually looking at the mirror and talking about himself.
It feels weird when after reading the article above , what stood out was not the entire negative assault on YB Ariff Sabri’s controversial blog posting but some of the statements in the article above that seem to jump out and more thought provoking than the entirety of the criticising context of the whole article. .
Whatever spirit the article above was written, if we were to cherry-pick,there are statements that can be selected and prompts one to nod in thought provoking contemplation,
If we can just ignore most of the rest and it can be quite an intriguing read..
Here are some of the “delicious cherries “picked out from the article..that stood out..Subliminally!
(nothing added on or changed to the statements –merely shortened.)………………
1–“the financial scandals created by the government, governmental dishonesty, abuse of power, social strife caused by extremists”.
2-obvious innuendos about the Bonnie and Clyde couple of Malaysia.
3–Khairy Jamaluddin as the super hero to rescue the PM from his alleged predicament . Can the Prime Minister of a country be saved by a young minister? theory about how the roadshow will elevate KJ’s relevance .
4–about Tun Dr Mahathir, Abdullah Badawi and others
the political dynamics of this country and all the scheming and plotting in the political sphere.
5–Sak has the cheek to question Semut’s Zaparudin .When he used “awesomely imbecilic” to describe Semut’s police report………………
6–an MP like Sak – surreptitiously brings disaffection against the administration of justice with regard to the Altantuya and Anwar cases;
7–how once the masses have federal power, they don’t need to go before the King.
8–It appears that he can object to anything under the sun.
Weird sense of contemplation induced , that of the entirety of the condemning statements to YB Ariff . These statements stood out and can be “stand alone” viewpoints – and ironically , seem to be messages that strikes a chord in mindsets of many on a “SUBLIMINAL” level.
Mindsets see what they want to see and block out everything else. “Perceptual narrowing” is another term for it.