If there was a boycott, the people who would directly suffer would be Malaysians themselves.
It’s dangerous when the government is seen as advocating the demonisation of a segment of the country’s population.
The media, or more specifically the entertainment media, plays a very important role beyond serving as a form of escapism and enjoyment.
Who is responsible for determining whether society adheres to a moral code? Who gets to decide what that moral code is?
Which news story from last week do you think deserve to be given more importance in the media?
It may be shocking, but hardly surprising.
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