Friday, February 20, 2009

Mind Your Own Business.




More pictures of Elizabeth Wong will be published?

I read this in the article posted in The Might Of The Pen.

The question is : Do we have the moral right to view the pictures, for whatever "good" reasons?

Just think for a while; what if these pictures were those of your sister/daughter/wife/mother/grandmother/great grandmother????

I made a comment in the" comment section" in my blog which I repeat here:

"As for me I will not take a look at the photos for whatever reason. It is not morally correct to look at these pictures."

What do you think?

This is from The Might Of The Pen which quoted Elizabeth:

[ “I plead to the media as well as my supporters to allow me some peace of mind, and to give me space. I urge the media to leave my family, friends and I alone. “Please do not continue to shame my family and I, so that we have a chance to lead a normal life as ordinary citizens,” she said.]

Can we just do that as decent and peace loving people?

8 comments:

Garcie said...

Lili,

Concerning so-called defamed political figures ar, I actually admire those victims like Datuk Chua Soi lek and Taiwanese Melody Chu Mei-fang.

You know, although their lewd and vulgar videos of them were published, sold or distributed, they displayed their open mindedness, thus, admitted everything proudly. Their liberal-mindedness had made them real STARS.

I remember when Melody Chu VCDs were sold, I quickly bought them, and watch them. Whoa! I couldnt believe how beautiful and sexy she was! She made me real envy!

When she sang in Singapore, whoa, I felt really proud of her, as a total open-minded Chinese.

See? She made it.

Gracie

Gracie said...

Justin ar,

Whoa, you bought a new house at this turbulent economic period? Can take pics and show us ar?

Eiyer... I'm not used to this conservative society la. If one have a great body, why not show it, reveal it, strut one stuffs? Be proud of oneself.

So Justin, if you still have your 'stuffs', then oh, please, take pics and show them to us, as well as your new house...:P. Make your wife proud...

Gracie

Justin Choo said...

Gracie,

You should differentiate between "appreciation of beauty" and "immoral behaviour".

Doing whatever things personal in private without hurting others has nothing to do with immorality. It is a person's right to privacy.

This is Elizabeth Wong's private liberty. Those who are responsible for making the pictures public are the immoral ones and must be punished by law.

bow said...

Justin, i was not show any of her naked picture yet, if it happen later on, i will report the source to police in the hope investigation can be conducted leading to that pervert who sneaked into women home for snapshot. This is just my wishful thinking Malaysian police will conduct an unbiased and thorough investigation which i think is highly unlikely to happen, since it is a public knowledge she is targeted for political humiliation
by hired thugs of the ruling party.

bow said...

I agreed with you Justin.

Chua's shameless sex tryst with china doll is totally different from Elizabeth's horrible experience.

Justin Choo said...

Bow,

Hope the others in blogosphere realize this. It is not about morality, but the individual right to have privacy.

By the way, how morally upright are we to judge others?? These people are just "morally uptight", at best, hypocrites.!

bow said...

Justin, i can not see any connection of her naked sleeping picture with morality, it has nothing to do with a person moral standing at all. her home was invaded and privacy was violated, just like that. Any Malaysians who think this as immoral need a psychologist evaluation soon, probably too much stupidity in Malaysia society now, hard for me to understand, Justin!!!

bow said...

I can see all those who cry foul are mainly BN's goons and radicals elements of cult followers.

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