Thursday, 24 March 2011

Lost Memory - Lim Kit Siang

KUALA LUMPUR: DAP Ipoh Timor MP Lim Kit Siang is claiming that double standards are being applied to the sex video targeting Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
He said if the target had been the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister or any Cabinet member, the full force of the law would have come down on “Datuk T” without having to wait for a police report to be lodged.
Lim said the person would instantly be arrested for a variety of crimes, including Section 292 of the Penal Code for “publicly exhibiting any obscene or pornographic material”, which was liable to three years’ jail; or Section 5(1) of the Film Censorship Act 2002, where he would be liable to be fined up to RM50,000 or jailed up to five years or both.

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To refresh Lim Kit Siang's memory -


Remember this guy. He was the ex-Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia. Lim Kit Siang said - " if the target had been the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister or any Cabinet member, the full force of the law would have come down "...

Anwar Ibrahim's dismissal as deputy premier and finance minister on Sept 2, 1998 was lawful, as the prime minister has absolute power to appoint or revoke the appointment of its minister, the Federal Court unanimously ruled this morning....[Apex Court]....

The full force of the law had came down on a Deputy Prime Minister....

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Health Minister dismissed due to sex scandal...another example of the full force of the law came down on a Minister of the ruling government.

On January 1, 2008, Chua admitted that he was the person featured in a sensational sex DVD. On January 2, 2008, he formally announced his resignation from all posts including Member of Parliament for Labis, vice presidency of MCA, and Minister of Health at a press conference.

In Dr Chua Soi Lek case, DVD was circulated but none of the Opposition members spoke about Section 292 of the Penal Code for “publicly exhibiting any obscene or pornographic material”, which was liable to three years’ jail; or Section 5(1) of the Film Censorship Act 2002, where he would be liable to be fined up to RM50,000 or jailed up to five years or both.
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Lim Kit Siang has problem to remember past events which gives credit to the strict enforcement that ruling government made not in its favour.

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