Friday, April 29, 2011

Alleged Anwar Sex Video - Gutter To Porno Politics?



The Star Newspaper Headlines(28/4)

Some people say that Malaysian politics have gone from gutter to porno.

A 2-minutes video snippet of a man resembling Anwar having sex with an unidentified woman reappeared on you tube and became viral briefly before being removed. Even my blog attracted unusual amount of traffic probably because of my earlier two posts Is Anwar A Sex Maniac? and Alleged Anwar Sex Video Part Two.

Stills from the video were even aired on a local television, much to the disgust and chagrin of parents.

Those who have seen the video say that the man in the video cannot be Anwar. The man in the video is said to be stouter and taller than Anwar and has a noticeable paunch.

Anwar's family members have also adamantly said that the man in the video is certainly not Anwar. 

Anwar himself had earlier denied that he was the man in the video and had lodged a police report. See my earlier posts mentioned above.

The case was already under police investigation when the video snippet first appeared on you tube.

It seems that some people who feel threatened by Anwar are out to finish him off for good and won't let the matter of Anwar's alleged sexual proclivities. die just like that.

This impression is strengthened by the cloak and dagger manner in which the video of a man allegedly Anwar having sex with an unidentified woman was first brought to the public's attention by a so-called Datuk T who morphed into a trio. Again read my earlier posts.

Also by the fact that the video conveniently appeared just before the recent Sarawak state election.

Malaysians are fed up of reading about Anwar's alleged sexual adventures! 



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