Pakatan’s porn argument a bad idea

There’s a saying — Be careful what you wish for.

Rather shortsightedly, the Pakatan politicians and their supporters are complaining that the video featuring “a man closely resembling a senior Malay opposition leader” is a criminal act of screening pornography in public.

They have called for ‘Datuk T’ to be charged for showing porn. Several prominent Pakatan politicians have also responded with the usual knee-jerk denial — the man is not Anwar Ibrahim, they claim.

Since the footage was shown only to select reporters and not to them, how would they know its not Anwar? After all, they weren’t among the pressmen at the screening.

Which led de facto Law Minister Nazri Aziz to observe of the Pakatan mindset:

“Anything that involves BN MPs is a fact but anything that concerns them is a conspiracy.”

As it stands, the video clip is a secret taping that invaded the privacy of a man and a woman engaged in sex.

Since the Pakatan camp is now screaming to charge the incognito Datuk T for peddling porn, then they will have only themselves to blame if it turns out that the man is really the individual popularly rumoured.

If so, it’s open season for his detractors to call him a ‘porn star’ because hey, this is the line of argument that the man’s political allies and own defenders are taking.

Considering how viciously the vindictive Pakatan diehards have tormented Chua Soi Lek, let’s see what happens if the tables are turned. You may be surprised that the BN supporters are actually the more gracious.

See also, Anwaristas and their new ‘porn star

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One Response to “Pakatan’s porn argument a bad idea”
  1. The fuss is too much. Why dont the Datuks Ts did like what was done to CSL- upload the video to Utube and let the public decide.

    Meanwhile, whenever the ge is, who I vote for will still be whom i voted for.

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    Hartal MSM: YouTube have guidelines that do not permit sexually explicit videos to be uploaded. Even a gallery of still images of the Itamar massacre (where 5 members of a Jewish settler family were killed, 3 of them children), showing CSI-like photos of the bodies taken by the Israeli forensics squad, were continually disabled by YouTube despite the killings being an authenticated incident.

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