Reading some of the comments left on a single post on my blog has prompted me to write this reply.
First of all, the internet is a medium of free speech, you cannot mediate this nor police this, if you do not like the view of a particular person, do not read it.
The post in question is that regarding Luke Tanhai. My site has been receiving a lot of extra views due to a particular story I wrote on this subject, that of a boy who was killed not so far from me in a bus accident.
If the view of those who had commented were neot biased due to the fact that it was their loved one who had died, I think we would have got a fairer judgement.
But saying that, if it had been my son, brother, nephew who had died, I’m sure also my view would have been perverted/biased too.
Please, those who read this story, actually read it fully, appeciate that I have sympathised with you on more than one ocassion within the comment, I made one un-positive comment, which was subsequently countered with a positive comment, and for some reason you single that out and brand me as, well, you know what you called me.
I am free to write on here for the world to see, and I will continue to do so.
My passion for writing what I feel shall go unhindered, no matter what.
I shall never be changed.