Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Is Anwar A Sex Maniac?

Decidedly yes, if some people are to be believed.

First, Anwar was alleged to have fathered a child with his aide's wife, an allegation that was proven untrue by a DNA paternity test. Then he was charged in 1998 with sodomising his wife's driver, a charge that was thrown out by the Federal Court in 2004.

Now Anwar is facing another sodomy charge in the court for sodomising his one-time office assistant, a case whose progress in the court is causing many people to shake their heads.

Now it emerged that Anwar was filmed in a sex roam with a prostitute.

Amwar has since vehemently denied the latest allegation.

The manner and timing of the latest allegation arouses suspicion.

Someone allegedly by the name of Datuk T who allegedly with his face half-covered had allegedly invited senior media personnel to a private viewing of a video allegedly at the swanky Carcosa Negara Hotel allegedly showing someone looking like Anwar having sex with a prostitute in various positions.

The said Datuk T has since called for both Anwar and his wife to resign.

Now, I don't have to go into an analysis. Anyone can think for himself, to see if the whole thing sounded and looked more cloak and dagger than it should be for something like this.

And the timing looks just perfect, with the Sarawak state election on.

Why is Anwar always conveniently caught in sex scandals?

Malaysians are fed-up with all these allegations of Anwar's alleged sex peccadilloes just when it is convenient for some people.


Anwar Ibrahim's press conference denying that he was the man in the video. This conference was mostly given in Malay. Here, he said that he was informed that the man caught in the video having a roam with a unindentified woman had a big tummy. So, at this conference Anwar stood up to show that his tummy was not big.

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