Was GutterUncensored Closed Down Due To Pressure From Malaysia Government?
Do you know that GutterUncensored was closed down by Google not long after those photos were posted? In the photos, young gentlemen who were said to be sons of politicians from UMNO were seen to be clubbing, drinking, smoking, partying, having fun with girls. All the acts are supposingly against Islam teaching.
So, did Google close down GutterUncensored due to pressure from Malaysia government? This is really interesting. Why would Google bow down to Malaysia? You know, I am rather sure that Malaysia is not Google’s major market in Asia. So why? Is it because of the suggested data centre that is to be built in Cyberjaya (read here, here, here)? Nobody knows. I have doubt as well. Remember the “Elizabeth Wong’s nude photos” incident? GutterUncensored was down as well after he released the photos. I doubt Malaysia government would push Google over that incident, because the victim is an opposition MP. The ruling party just couldn’t wait to see opposition parties crush and vanish, isn’t it?
GutterUncensored is back up, and running again now. As usual, he comes back stronger, and with juicier contents. Look at this:
KUALA LUMPUR: A photograph, posted on a website showing a man with a woman in a compromising position, is not that of Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz as claimed by the foreign blog.
One of the other photographs is, however, that of Nazri, who is shown sitting on a couch at Parliament lobby.
The owner of the blog claimed that the photographs were sent by a contributor several months ago.
Nazri declined to comment when contacted but people familiar with the politician said it was not him.
Believe it or not, up to you.