Of course I included sentences that were calculated to incite trolling, spiteful comments and social media rage. I am not upset in the slightest that vested interests object to my opinions – that was utterly predictable – but it does annoy me that people imagine I didn’t know what I was getting myself into. I have been asked if I actually exist or if the i invented me for a trolling exercise. Well I exist and of course I knew. My dream is to be a tabloid editor. Do you really think I don’t know how to cause mayhem with words?
Someone said ‘she should go work for the Daily Mail.’ Presumably this idiot does not realise it is Britain’s most consistently successful newspaper – a market leader since 1896, if I may point this out. So, my answer is YES PLEASE! Another one who tracked me down on Facebook said that it was a pity NotW died as it would’ve been my spiritual home. Anyone who has read anything I have previously written knows that it was. Anyone who works for or with me on this publication has received staff messages signed Miss Malm-MacKenzie. And I know this annoys people. Some journalists want to save the world. That’s not my dream. I believe in the free speech. I want to be controversial, I want to make people think, to challenge their assumptions and to write back because they disagree.
Anyone can troll it seems, ho hum, What a great ambition for a 21 year old Journalism student. The "reputation" building continues.
In the new frontier, everyone will get their 15megabytes of fame.http://www.themedwire.co.uk/2012/04/16/ ... er-haters/