ar·cha·ic (är-kk) also ar·cha·i·cal (--kl)
1. also Archaic Of, relating to, or characteristic of a much earlier, often more primitive period, especially one that develops into a classical stage of civilization: an archaic bronze statuette; Archaic Greece.
2. No longer current or applicable; antiquated: archaic laws. See Synonyms at old.
3. Of, relating to, or characteristic of words and language that were once in regular use but are now relatively rare and suggestive of an earlier style or period.
I watched it live and definitely sure about the context of the words used. It is not about a newspaper trying to bring you down. The much larger problem is what you have said. 'Archaic' and 'punitive' are the words used. My standpoint -- someone has too much baggage to become a leader of a country that I want proudly say a progressive Muslim nation. Think before you say anything -- getting support from liberal westerns do not mean that we have to follow their values. The verdict was acquitted and never once I heard how grateful it all ended. I am no against you but sometimes it is just too much. I am a Malaysian and I have a responsibility to my beloved country. Move on, people!-The Chukai Insider