Saturday, March 20, 2010

Mind Your Own Business,Bloody Pommies!

Hantu Laut

Homosexuality may not be a crime in the UK but it is in Malaysia and we have laws to deal with it.

Lest, this idiotic MP forgets, there is a complainant.

For the love of Anwar he conveniently ignored the aphorism of his compatriot, former British MP and Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales Gordon Hewart's "Not only must Justice be done; it must also be seen to be done."

Moved a motion in the British Parliament.For what?

Is Malaysia still part of the British Empire?

Maybe, he should move a motion to kick Malaysia out of the Commonwealth.Makes more sense.


British MP defends Anwar Share

Friday, 19 March 2010 19:02
LONDON – A Labour MP has moved a motion in the British Parliament to call on the Malaysian Government to bring an end to what he called "the harassment and persecution of the political opposition."
MP Jeremy Corbyn said the House should recognise the contribution of Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim in "promoting democracy in Malaysia and peace and understanding between the Muslim world and the West.
'Resembles trial of 1998'

In the early day motion on Friday he added that the House was deeply concerned at the charges laid against Anwar, believing that his current (sodomy) trial flouts international standards of fairness and adherence to the rule of law.
Corbyn claimed the trial resembles the one Anwar faced in 1998 in which, he said, the conduct of the judiciary was condemned by Malaysians and by the international community.
The MP further added that there are renewed exhortations by international human rights organisations like Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch as well as prominent leaders from Commonwealth nations – such as former Canadian prime minister Paul Martin, Australian MP Michael Danby and 59 other elected Australian representatives – for the Malaysian government to drop the charges against Anwar. — Malaysian Mirror


Anonymous said...

keadilan untuk anwar... that all folk.. jatuhkan verdict bersalah atau tidak, then let him free.. we'll see.. kalau tak salah ok.. kalau salah... hehehe... you know better your own fate anwar oiii... the end....


eddy said...

Bro HL, as of 15 March 2010 only 15 out of 646 MPs had signed their support of the Early Day Motion (EDM1092) initiated by Mr Corbyn. That's only what 2.3% of the House of Commons MPs.

In Anwar's case, I think the Brits, save the very few probably gay rights activists do mind their own business Bro.