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Tuesday, March 29, 2011



We received the comment below yesterday to our posting ‘Messiah Anwar, his God’s Army and their paroxysm of violence’.

So just because Chua Soi Lek owned up, Anwar should do the same. Seems like not only does one have to give up on the Star, but also this site. Thanks for letting me know. – Kesu

Here’s our response to the reader. (Pix: Anwar parting the red sea, and the policeman on his right going ‘H –’)

We do not expect Anwar Ibrahim to own up. After all, he didn’t own up to his role in toppling the state government when Joseph Pairin’s PBS was the choice of the people of Sabah.

He did not own up to his complicity in absorbing illegals in Sabah under Project M. He did not own up on how his Malay language chauvinism led to the decline of English during his tenure as Education Minister. He did not own up to his dismal failure during the Asian financial crisis of 1997. Do you remember him ever owning up to anything?

So do we expect him to own up to a purported starring role in the sex scene? Obviously not.

The big difference between Anwar and Chua Soi Lek is that the latter does not sit astride the holier-than-thou religious platform. CSL has not projected himself as purer than purer with regard to sexual morality.

Anwar of ex-Abim should realise that the punishment for zina is stoning.

And do not forget his most pivotal role in the Islamization of Malaysia. It was not Tunku or Tun Razak or Tun Hussein or even Dr M (despite his unilateral declaration of Islamic state) who was responsible for injecting the religious yardstick in public life.

Do Malaysians expect right sexual conduct from Anwar? Yes, because he has flaunted his religious credentials from the very beginning.

If any of one the ulama-soaked PAS leaders were to come this close to a sex scandal, we’d pengsan terus. Just can’t imagine, can we?

Joining politics, eh?

In a Malaysiakini news report today headlined ‘Catholic bishop speaks out against sex video‘, Dr Paul Tan Che Ing castigated the authorities for their inaction against those responsible for the sex footage discussed above.

Bishop Paul decried how there was one set of rules for a privileged few and another set of rules for the rest.

He lavished fulsome praise on a speech touching on religious pluralism — Anwar’s at at the London School of Economics in March 2010, we’re told.

Strangely enough, Bishop Paul in his catechism on Good and Evil across the Malaysian landscape forgot to mention that adultery is a sin and that a pious man should not visit prostitutes.

-Hartal MSM

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