|Azwanddin Hamzah making a point at the peaceful protest in Bangsar this afternoon.|
Malaysian Insider to vanish off the face of the earth -- and plans to hold regular peaceful protests to drive its point home.
"Malaysian Insider has betrayed Malaysia and its people," says JMM head Azwanddin Hamzah.
He was referring to, among other things, the news portal's relationship with Indonesian nationalist group Bendera.
"I have the documents to prove it," says Azwanddin, adding that he had passed them on to the police for action.
JMM is also upset about Malaysian Insider's recent reports which it said "insulted the Sultans and Malay royalty".
Azwanddin said this after JMM had staged a 30-minute peaceful protest against the conduct of the news portal this afternoon.
The group had chosen the premises of the LRT station in Bangsar as the venue for the public meeting.
Many commuters lingered for several minutes to absorb the points raised by Azwanddin.
As in the first rally last Friday -- when Azwanddin was arrested for organising the event without a permit -- today's peaceful demonstration was also carried out illegally.
Azwanddin was adamant that JMM would continue to express its disapproval until Malaysian Insider shuts down.
See also this report.