Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Second episode of sex video

Now that Mr Y has been linked to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in the Saiful sodomy court case, his enemies are really hammering the nails into the coffin.

The second episode of the video of a man who looks like Anwar having sex with a China Doll was posted online today.

Soon after lunch, the buzz was that the video was on YouTube. About an hour later, it was removed. But screen-capture shots of the clip were posted in several blogs.

By around 7.30pm, the video was re-posted on several blogs.

After viewing the second episode, anyone who has intimate knowledge of Anwar and his sartorial preferences will be able to confirm if it is indeed him or someone resembling him.

This is because his private part can be seen for a second or two (though the genitals of the woman and the man have been pixelated) and also the man wears a T-shirt instead of a singlet before donning a shirt.

Plus, the man wears a pair of underpants that looks like boxer shorts. I don't think many Malaysians wear boxer shorts.

To view the video, click

Monday, April 25, 2011

Fight for the Chinese votes

After the recent Sarawak state election revealed that Barisan Nasional has lost the Chinese votes, the battle is now on to woo the Chinese.

The worry is that whatever that happened in Sarawak may happen in the entire nation when the general election is held.

If that happens, then MCA will become the next SUPP. Already licking its wounds after the bashing given to it in the 2008 general election, MCA has - led by its new president - tried to woo back the Chinese voters.

Now it has warned that if it gets a worse bashing in the next general election, it will have to reconsider its role in the ruling coalition.

In the meantime, Umno seems exasperated by the Chinese who are seen from their perspective to have 'betrayed' the ruling coalition by voting against them.

The Malay politicians and Malay newspapers like the Umno-controlled Utusan Malaysia are hitting out at the MCA and the Chinese, and even DAP, the party that thrashed SUPP in Sarawak.

Such no-holds-barred quarrelling among members of the ruling coalition will only serve to hammer the wedges deeper into the fault lines within the coalition - to the advantage of the opposition Pakatan Rakyat.

Now, it's a case of Pakatan Rakyat sitting back and watching as Barisan Nasional seems to be in the early stage of implosion. If the quarrels between MCA and Umno are not controlled, then the chasm between the two founding members of the coalition will become deeper and the wounds may not heal properly before the next general election.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Barisan will eventually win the Sarawak race

The Barisan Nasional bigwigs are in Sarawak campaigning like hell to stem the tide of rising dissent.

If the number of people attending the ceramahs held by Pakatan Rakyat leaders is a yardstick, Pakatan is ahead by a more than a mile.

Pakatan has successfully exploited the issues that have been bothering Sarawakians - and Malaysians in the peninsula - for many years and which nobody in the government of the day had bothered to solve, and perhaps made worse.

The first issue is that of Christians feeling that their right to freedom of worship as enshrined in the Constitution has been slowly but surely eroded by a ruling coalition that was built on racial and religious lines. That the dominant party, Umno, has pushed its ketuanan Melayu ideology, which is intertwined with the so-called supremacy of the Arabic religion called Islam, has only made the situation worse.

Some 50 per cent of Sarawakians are Christians and they have practised their religion for decades, if not centuries, without any problems and they have been using the Malay Bible and praying to 'Allah' (the Arabic - not Malay - word for 'God') without any issues till the "Semenanjung" (Peninsular) politicians, especially from Umno, stepped in and caused disharmony and anger with their bigotted policies like impounding Malay Bibles and trying to prevent non-Muslims from using the word 'Allah', the Arabic (not Malay) word for 'God'.

The politicians did not expect something miraculous to happen - a religious revival. As a reaction to official persecution, Christians in Sarawak have rediscovered and renewed their faith in Allah.

The Christian revival took the Barisan Nasional government by surprise, judging by their knee-jerk reactions by coming out quickly with amicable solutions so soon after both the Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister denied that the Malay Bible issue had been resolved. The about-turn was quite surprising given the political cost involved regarding Umno's standing among the Malay-Muslim voters.

Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud said the stamping of serial numbers on Bahasa Malaysia Bibles was sacrilegious and a "very stupid thing to do". Here you have the Chief Minister of a State of Malaysia, whose political party is part of the ruling coalition, stating that the Federal Government is doing a very stupid thing.

I have never encountered such a peculiar situation before.

Now, the Prime Minister himself wants to meet Christian leaders before the Sarawak State election takes place on Saturday probably to pacify and reassure them.

The other issue exploited by Pakatan is the Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud himself. Rumours of his immense wealth have been circulating for years and the Sarawakian press has been muzzled for a long time, but in the age of the Internet, news - accurate or otherwise - cannot be suppressed even by someone as rich and powerful as Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud.

After all the dirt that has been smeared on Taib Mahmud, he now appears to be more of a liability to Barisan. And that there are conflicting reports on when exactly he would step down have not helped to endear him to the voters, especially those in urban areas.

So what is likely to happen this Saturday?

The way I see it, Barisan has more or less lost the Chinese and urban voters. DAP will win more seats at the expense of SUPP. But the voters in rural/upriver areas - where access to Internet gossip is limited and where politics of development (i.e. cash handouts for local projects) still works - will continue to back Barisan which will mean that despite huge crowds at Pakatan rallies, Barisan will eventually win the race - perhaps not by a mile.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Sex video teaser posted on another site

Well, I was right.

The Internet is so ungovernable that no content can be removed permanently from it.

This is because someone somewhere can just download an article, photo or video from one site and post it in another site.

The sex video featuring a man who looks like Anwar Ibrahim which was removed from can now be found in

Update: The cyberwar is moving fast and furiously. The video was removed from this afternoon, but you can still watch it on this site:

Sex video teaser removed from YouTube

Looks like somebody from some political party somewhere has been doing some damage control.

The video which showed a man who looks like Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim about to undress a China Doll which was posted on YouTube yesterday has been removed from the site:

The video was removed "as a violation of YouTube's policy on nudity or sexual content".

If you go to the site now, you will find 46 comments made by those who saw the video.

But in the world of the Internet, nothing can be removed permanently.

I am sure it has been downloaded by somebody somewhere.

And I am sure it will be uploaded again in another website somewhere.

I am also sure that the second episode will be uploaded somewhere soon.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Sex video teaser on YouTube

Now that a short clip of the sex video of a man who looks like Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim about to have sex with a China Doll has been posted on YouTube, the floodgates have been opened and for the next few days, people will talk of nothing else but the sex video.

It is likely that those who have viewed the video will say two things: "Ya-lah, it's him" or "No-lah, it's not him."

So, he's either finished politically or enough people could still believe it's a Barisan Nasional plot to smear him to enable him to survive.

Either way, Anwar will be viewed differently or awkwardly from now onwards by the people.

The 1-minute 47-second clip is obviously a teaser. It ends just as the man who looks like Anwar (despite his paunch) clad in a towel hugs the China Doll, who is also clad in a towel.

Everyone will be waiting with bated breath for the next episode.

Presumably, the next episode will start with the man who looks like Anwar undressing the woman...

Stay tuned...

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Nobody can stop the Word of God

Kingdoms come and kingdoms go, emperors come and emperors go, sultans come and sultans go, emirs come and emirs go, politicians come and politicians go, presidents come and presidents go, prime ministers come and prime ministers go, home affairs ministers come and home affairs ministers go, political parties come and political parties go.

The only entity that is eternal is God, the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. That has always been the case from the beginning of time and will be the case till the end of time.

Nobody in this world - the Roman emperors, the dictators, the racists, the bigots, the despots, the Communists  - can stop the Word of God.

The Government of Malaysia has learnt that the hard way, unfortunately.

It was only when the Malaysian government was faced with a strong challenge by the Malaysian Christians who were motivated possibly by a divine force that the government finally caved in and ended the Malay Bible issue in an amicable way.

That the Opposition coalition had quickly backed the Christian cause perhaps for their own political ends helped push the Barisan Nasional government to reverse its own foolhardy decisions.

Of course, the prospect of the Barisan Nasional coalition losing the Christian vote in the coming Sarawak state election and the next general election was taken into consideration by the Barisan leaders when they made their decision.

Actually the entire Malay Bible episode has worked against the Barisan Nasional government because the perception of the people is that it is inconsistent and weak even though Barisan leaders may try to portray themselves as accommodating, moderate and "of the people".

Anyone who followed the developments of the Malay Bible controversy would know that Barisan leaders had given conflicting, confusing and inconsistent statements on the issue.

Meanwhile, the Pakatan Rakyat leaders have been consistent in their moderate and accommodating stance that they have no issues with Malay Bibles and that followers of Abrahamaic faiths - Muslims, Christians and Judaists - can use 'Allah', the Arabic word for 'God'.

PAS leaders have even said that Christians are "People of the Book" and should be treated with respect.

So even though the Barisan Nasional government has finally decided to be moderate and allowed Bibles in all languages including Malay and Bahasa Indonesia to be imported into Malaysia without any official Ministerial stamping or serial numbering in Sabah and Sarawak - while Malay/Indonesian Bibles must have the words 'Christian publication' and a crucifix sign on the front cover in peninsular Malaysia - it is viewed as a victory for Pakatan Rakyat.

Barisan Nasional leaders could have avoided shooting themselves in the foot by shunning  the racists and bigots in their midst from the outset.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Who did it?

Everybody seems to be fixated on two things - whether the man in the sex video is in fact de facto Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and whether Datuk 'T' comprising former Malacca Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik, businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah and Perkasa treasurer-general Datuk Shuib Lazim should be arrested for possession and distribution of pornography.

Everybody seems to have forgotten to focus on the most important element - who actually filmed the man who looks like Anwar having sex with a China Doll?

Somebody must have set up the cameras and recording system. Who did it?

The Datuk 'T' group merely admitted to having organised the screening of the video to a select group of traditional and new media editors at Carcosa hotel recently.

They did not admit to having organised the filming of the sex act.

If Datuk Eskay's story is to be believed, Anwar told him by SMS to return to the hotel room and look for his Omega watch which he had left behind.

While Eskay was looking for the watch in the room, he saw a bunch of wires connected to the back of a TV cabinet. The drawer was locked and when he prised it open, he found a disk recorder and a disk inside.

The Omega watch was retrieved from the China Doll who had apparently taken it.

The recording on the disk is now the subject of the hottest gossip in town and much has been said and written about it.

The latest development is that the IGP said local experts have confirmed that the video was not doctored, but he did not identify the man who looked like Anwar in the video.

Datuk Eskay claimed that on a recent trip to Mecca, he received some kind of divine enlightenment which had somehow affected his conscience and moved him to expose Anwar's weaknesses and failings.

And that led him to link up with Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik and Datuk Shuib Lazim to screen the video to a small segment of the public and later hand the disk to the police.

Datuk Eskay never claimed to have filmed the sex act; he merely found the sex video in the disk recorder.

Which leads to the question that nobody - blogger, journalist, politician or police - has bothered to answer: Who set up the video system?

According to a source, the hotel-spa is frequented by Tan Sris and Datuks, captains of industry and politicians.

And China Dolls and prostitutes from other parts of the world are known to frequent the place too perhaps not to use the spa. 

Could it be possible that the video system was set up by some criminal syndicate to film these VIPs having sex with prostitutes for blackmailing purposes?

Could it be possible that the man who looked like Anwar was filmed by common criminals not for political purposes but for straightforward blackmailing purposes, but unfortunately for him the disk ended up with his 'friend' who used it for a political purpose?

If indeed a blackmail syndicate is behind the filming, how many sex videos involving Tan Sris and Datuks and top businessmen are in the possession of the syndicate? How many of the VIPs paid up to keep things quiet?

This is something that the police should investigate too and not just get some local experts to testify that the sex video was not doctored.