15 April, 2011

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Anwar Ibrahim Can’t Escape Sex Tape Scandal
APRIL 15, 2011 6:03 PM
Parti Keadilan Rakyat’s de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is on the campaign trail in Sarawak hoping his party can pick up seats in the state’s election on Saturday. No matter where he goes though, something keeps following him – the sex tape scandal surrounding his sodomy trial.

In recent days, Anwar has been hit hard by former ally Raja Petra who said Malaysia’s opposition leader had provided him with false hope on his release from prison in 2008. Petra also noted the failing of Anwar’s opposition alliance to form a government.

Now Anwar is facing an assault from those constituents whose votes he’s trying to win.

At a campaign stop at a longhouse this week, Anwar Ibrahim was questioned by the longhouse’s chief about the sex scandal.

Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim stopped his ceramah in Kapit in the interior of central Sarawak after a longhouse chief asked him about a sex video and his Omega watch, witnesses said Thursday.

Anwar, who had spoken for 20 minutes, left abruptly after longhouse chief Edison Bugap in Melekun asked him to explain his sodomy case, the video and the watch, according to a resident.

The scandal revolving around the sex tape purported to feature Anwar Ibrahim has dogged him as he has traveled across the state of Sarawak campaigning for his opposition party candidates.

Just last week Anwar Ibrahim snapped at a reporter who asked him about his Omega watch, a central piece of evidence in the scandal. While answering questions at the press conference a female reporter prodded him about the watch. Anwar burst into a rage and reportedly barked, “Who are you working for?” and “What has the Omega watch got to do with anything? Has anything been established?”

With the campaign in the home stretch there’s little chance that Anwar Ibrahim will be able to shake questions about this controversy no matter where he goes

Anwar Asked About Sex Video by Longhouse Chief

For our What They’re Saying section comes this from Bernama:

Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim stopped his ceramah in Kapit in the interior of central Sarawak after a longhouse chief asked him about a sex video and his Omega watch, witnesses said today.

Anwar, who had spoken for 20 minutes, left abruptly after longhouse chief Edison Bugap in Melekun asked him to explain his sodomy case, the video and the watch, according to a resident.

Anwar told the 120-strong crowd that they should be more worried about logging and seizure of their native customary rights land, the resident said.

The issue of the sex video allegedly featuring a man resembling Anwar has dogged his campaign trail in the Sarawak election.

On Sunday, Anwar ticked off a TV journalist who asked him about the watch.

Anwar has denied that the Omega allegedly found in a hotel room after a sex act caught on tape belonged to him.

Reporter’s Notebook: The Analysts Have Their Turn, Cyberwar, Words Heat Up, and Anwar’s Star Dims

Two days from the state elections in Sarawak, there is a lot of activity on the ground. Here is a roundup.

First, in a classic for newspapers worldwide, the dailies and internet portals are reaching for analysis from political science professors to fill in polling and guesswork gaps. The consensus for the election is that Barisan Nasional (BN) will hold the two-thirds majority, holding between fifty and sixty seats, depending on the strength of its initiatives with the Chinese community. Most analysts agree that it is in the urban, majority-Chinese precincts where the pivotal battles will be fought, with Pending and Padungan being the most commonly-mentioned. This tracks closely with the heat on the ground, as those two districts have seen some of the biggest turnouts in their political rallies over the last week.

Moving on is the behind-the-scenes distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks that have been striking sites covering the Sarawak elections, including this one. Clare Rewcastle Brown’s Sarawak Reports went down a three days ago, and has been up and down since; this site went down a day and a half ago, and is only back to functionality after an attack originating somewhere in Asia; Malaysiakini, the web portal, has been down and moved to a WordPress blogging site; there is also unconfirmed word that other, lesser-known web sites, some choosing sides, others not, have been brought down. As the attacks appear to be made without regard to party preference, it is unclear where the attacks started or how, but expect them to continue through the election.

On the ground, the war of words is heating up, with the latest controversy involving orangutans. Much of the local Chinese community is up in arms over an alleged insult by the national Democratic Action Party (DAP) head, who called either Sarawak United Peoples’ Party (SUPP) voters or Sarawakians in general orangutans. DAP spokesmen have not denied the allegation, but rather seem to think this breach of the political etiquette in Sarawak — a place more concerned about substance than slogans — should be shrugged off. In response, roughly 300 Sarawakians marched in protest to demand an apology. This unfortunate incident may have broken the taboo on vicious speech in this election; the next two days will be definitive in this regard.

Last but not least is the news that Anwar Ibrahim’s star may be on the decline here, following a retraction by one of his most popular supporters. As noted by malaysiakini:

In an exclusive interview with TV3 group editor Ashraf Abdullah and aired on several major television stations tonight, the Malaysia Today webmaster also turned the tables on Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim – with whom he has long been associated – by claiming people close to Anwar were behind the accusations against Najib to prevent him from succeeding Abdullah Ahmad Badawi as prime minster.

Whether this has any play in the local elections, other than forcing Anwar to peel back on his rhetoric, remains to be seen

Anwar jelaskan selepas pilihan raya Sarawak

KUCHING 15 April - Penasihat Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim berkata, beliau akan memberi penjelasan mengenai kenyataan pengendali portal berita Malaysia Today, Raja Petra Kamaruddin mengenai kepimpinannya selepas Pilihan Raya Negeri Sarawak esok.

Beliau berkata, tindakannya untuk tidak menjawab dakwaan bekas teman rapatnya itu bukannya untuk mengelak, tetapi perkara itu boleh dibincang pada Ahad ini selepas Pilihan Raya Negeri Sarawak.

"Ini adalah untuk tidak membenarkan sesiapa mengalihkan pandangan, sekarang ini menumpukan perhatian kepada pilihan raya, biar rakyat membuat pilihan," katanya di sini hari ini.

Anwar diminta mengulas kenyataan Raja Petra yang Anwar sudah hilang kredibiliti dan gagal menunjukkan kepimpinan yang efektif dalam temu bual dengan Pengarang Kumpulan TV3, Datuk Ashraf Abdullah di Perth, Australia yang disiarkan dalam Buletin Utama TV3 semalam. - Bernama

Nukilan hati hang nadim
Ingat kawan lama.....Ingat Keluarga.....Ingat
Cerok Tok Kun.....Ingat ABIM.....???Ingat Janji
Ingat Kata/nasihat Pok Mail.....Aku bukan nak
jatuhkan hang tapi nak ingat hang jangan buat dosa
lagi.....hang Ingat Pengorbanan Pak Ibrahim bekerja
siang malam nak hantaq hang mengaji sampai hang
jadi TPM.....Ingat Ibu hang dengan tangisan.....kau
terpenjara bukan fitnah tapi perilaku hang sendiri
mak hang tahu.....hang nak dapat Azizah pun susah.....
lepas tu hang susahkan Azizah.....Allah melihat apa yang
hang buattok sah hang duk bohong.....

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