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作者:雷风雨 11:26am 10/05/2011

回应: 极是,不过 作者: 游老 3:21pm 09/05/2011

"如果保皇太监和御用文人聪明,他们应该献力于英文网站"。

在举足轻重的英文网站论坛,PAP若靠只能抛一行字就龟缩的无能儿黑手,早在20年前就垮台了(这类无能儿只是愚忠朝廷的民间小太监)。PAP在英文网上是有组织的“东厂”。这在英文网上是公开的秘密,而且还是官方海峡时报透露的消息,博客黄生曰早在2007年就有所评论,当时轰动了整个新加坡英文论坛,此后阴谋论特别盛行,这也以前公民在线一度被人怀疑的原因。

本届大选期间,黄生又挖出这个旧帖,让大家重拾记忆。当然黄生高估了李光耀,李光耀及其徒子徒孙不搞这种阴招,那才是怪事。PAP的传统媒体经常抹黑网民,说网上匿名者为文不负责任,居心叵测,他们本身却进行有组织的“地下”活动,在网上匿名宣传意图制造民意、挑拨离间反对阵营,而且还由部长负责。天下还有比这更混蛋的吗?不过话说回来,英文网民反政府声浪如30公尺海啸,这些黑手只是茶杯里的小涟漪。

    Feb 3, 2007
    Boxing with the Shadows

    A startling article from the Straits Times. All bloggers must read.

        ST Feb 3, 2007
        PAP moves to counter criticism of party, Govt in cyberspace
        By Li Xueying

        THE People's Action Party (PAP) is mounting a quiet counter-insurgency against its online critics.

        It has members going into Internet forums and blogs to rebut anti-establishment views and putting up postings anonymously.

        Sources told The Straits Times the initiative is driven by two sub-committees of the PAP's 'new media' committee chaired by Manpower Minister Ng Eng Hen.


    Two big surprises, in the 1st three paragraphs.

    The 1st surprise is that the PAP would resort to this strategy of covert operations on the Internet. It's very unlike the PAP. Certainly it's very unlike Lee Kuan Yew. LKY is the kind of leader who always does what he thinks is right, even when he knows it will be unpopular. Next he will come out into the open to robustly defend and argue his own position - and that's when we get to see his mighty intellect in full swing.

    Through the years, that's how Lee Kuan Yew has traditionally tackled all his critics - whether they were foreign journalists, human rights groups, or local small fry like Ken Kwek. If nothing else, you have to give LKY credit for the strength of his personal convictions.

    And now ... the PAP is going to resort to anonymous postings? Oh dear. I don't think I am the only Singaporean who will find this a little sad. I wonder what LKY's personal opinion on this new strategy really is.

    The 2nd surprise lies in these words: "Sources told the Straits Times ...". In mediaspeak, this means that someone leaked the information to the press, on condition that he not be named. The Straits Times, seeking independent verification, managed to get it. That's why the article refers to "sources" (the plural indicates at least two sources).

    In the first place, only PAP members would know about this new strategy. So we can make a good guess that it must have been a PAP member who leaked the story. Why would he do so - what is his motivation? I could speculate, but let's not go that far.


        One sub-committee, co-headed by Minister of State (Education) Lui Tuck Yew and Hong Kah GRC MP Zaqy Mohamad, strategises the campaign.

        The other is led by Tanjong Pagar GRC MP Baey Yam Keng and Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC MP Josephine Teo. Called the 'new media capabilities group', it executes the strategies.

        Both were set up after last year's General Election(2006). Aside from politicians, some 20 IT-savvy party activists are also involved.

        When contacted, Mr Baey declined to give details of the group's activities, but he outlined the broad principles of the initiative.

    Well, of course Mr Baey "declined to give details". It's supposed to be a secret strategy, remember? Alas, Mr Baey is also a member of the P65 blog. So far it has not really taken off, and now it probably never will.

    After this ST article, the P65 blog will probably find itself endlessly dogged with conspiracy theories. Every time anyone says anything nice about P65, someone else will say: "Bah, it's probably a P65 member anonymously posting compliments about himself." Credibility destroyed.


        It was necessary for the PAP to have a voice in cyberspace as there were few in the online community who were pro-establishment, he said.

        As such, the committees aim to 'observe how new media is developing and see how we can use the new media as part of the overall media landscape', he added.

        'How do we facilitate views that are pro-party and propagate them through the Internet?'

        The approach reflects comments by Rear-Admiral (NS) Lui at the PAP's party conference in December. He called on younger activists to put up views 'to moderate the vitriol and balance the skewed comments' on the Internet.。。。。。。。。




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