I totally agree with Rocky and A Voice about the ethic of blogging. Ever since I joined them in mid-2008, I found out that most of the top ones were the people I knew. They are those I call friends.
Yes, we may differ in opinion and standpoint but we remained united - as friends and as bloggers.
However, I dont agree when some of them started to throw punches and accusations, just because some may think they were better than the rest of us. Nonsense! To me, maintaining the good sense of comaradarie should be treated as bloggers best asset.
Just like politicians of different ideologies at the Parliament, most of them are 'friends'. They do visit each other during difficult times, during Hari Raya, Chinese New Year, Deepaavali or Christmas. Its like that.
But when 1 or 2 bloggers whose bad disposition created unhealthy environment on the Net, what are we supposed to do? Despise them? I dont think its a good idea anyway.
My suggestion is, lets meet up like we used to do and level whatever you want to. When we had asked former premiers Tun Dr Mahathir and Tun Abdullah not to criticise BN and Umno openly, we should observe our code of ethic too. Cant we?
We are not faultless. We have our weakness points. As what A Voice said that one or two bloggers were not the deciding factor for Rashid Yusof not being able to join Tan Sri Muhyiddin, I agree. In fact, I called him, saying: "Bro, you asked me whether I agree... and I agree. Bugger you!" We laughed on the phone (A Voice was on his way to Johor Bahru).
I dont know. Maybe someone out there was trying to lucre from this 'confrontation' but I do hope friends like Hard-T, Husin Lempoyang and others are willing to bury whatever difference they may have.
Bloggers should have a positive attitude. Despite their critical mindset, they are one, am I right? Stop having a palaeolithic brain. Its inept. Let us stop launching invidious postings against each other.
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