Saying that I am no longer allowed to write anything here in blogger because I am creating chaos in this bureau is simply the lamest statement I've heard for years.
What were they thinking?
They are depriving an artist to paint nude portraits. They are depriving an athlete to go beyond his limits.
They are depriving a journalist to write against the administration. They are practicing Martial Law in the era of great freedom.
If that's the case, should we not call ourselves Journalists anymore because we are not practicing the freedom of expression.
I am not posting names here, nor specific offices, and kill them out of shame. I am practicing the ethics of a blogger. And if they don't know that, then don't ever deprive me of writing what I want.
This is my blog, and I am not making issues nor conflagration to anybody.
As long as I'm not mentioning names, I'm playing safe.
Bursting the bubble of anyone of you is not my plan nor part of my business. But if I am able to do that, that only means I'm an effective writer. When you are hit without me mentioning names, there's something wrong with you. Your guilt tells you to change for the better, to stop acting bullshit and to think in accordance to fairness and equality.
Blogging is not the right medium in stepping the rights and credibility of someone's life, I know that, but that does not mean I can't write and criticize someone who, in my own common understanding, can become a goody good subject for criticism because they are no longer acting as to what normal people should do.
Judgement is necessary. It is a tool to stop mankind from their wicked act and future evil plans. Everyone has the right to judge. Because if you won't, who would? Waiting for the supreme court for the final verdict to come is useless because justice here in our country is lousy. We need to judge people to stop them from growing more wicked.
Ask a lawyer first if I am subjected for a libel case before depriving me of my very own medium of expression.