Guess what? Your once favorite Malaysian blog aggregator Project Petaling Street is no longer liberal. What is liberal you may ask? Liberalization is something that allows you to speak and voice up freely. Freedom of Speech so to speak.
The PetalingStreet.org (PPS) is no longer under liberal hands. It’s been snatched up by Malaysian blogosphere’s most hated (or maybe the world over?) Islamic fascist. He instilled so much hatred that even his Muslim counterparts were against his pathetic ideology.
This is the ugly face of the most evil wicked Muslim in Malaysia.
quote Galadriel from Faithfreedom.org.
Do you want him to be your leader of the Malaysian blogosphere?
Don’t let yourself be a tool (fool) of his wicked attempt to wipe out the freedom of speech through the wide publicity of PPS. This is pretty much the same tactic as how the Malaysian government bans and filters out blogs, and give out warnings and advice not to read blogs, and prosecute RPK for speaking the truth, and so on. If you were given a chance to vote for a leader to represent the Malaysian blogosphere, I hope he’s not the one you’ll choose. So please, for the freedom of speech, vote against him, remove yourself from automatically pinging PPS.
Top bloggers who expresses their voice of freedom in their blog posts were banned indifinitely from the aggregator, so who’s next? It might be you. I know I can’t ping the PPS for quite some time already and I don’t know why, my enquiry e-mails were all one way communication, without reply from the management, which I doubt there is.
P/s: What’s good about it? It’s never been updated nor upgraded, the theme were from the dinosaur age in terms of Internet time. I wonder why would there still be people coming back to read blogs at such a dull, two-toned webpage. The initial management team had all gone off the radar and the past glory no longer shines.
There are always alternatives when it comes to traffic drawing. There’s Nuffnang’s Innit, Negaraku.net, etc.
Spread the words my fellow bloggers. Boycott PPS.