Reprinted from the Star without permission and what the heck!Wonder what happened to him during his early childhood. This is one anti-Everything Melayu Baie who is so very much taxing to my patient for a long time now. He is such a hypocritical person of a Sikh origin who wants nothing but bad things for this country. Read and judge for yourself:
Karpal reminded of stand on screening sex clips
Kita central committee member Muhammad Firdaus Christopher challenged Karpal to stick by the stand he took 22 years ago when he said the Home Minister could allow the viewing of sex videos.
Muhammad Firdaus reminded the Bukit Gelugor MP that he had made the statement when exposing the video implicating former Dewan Rakyat deputy speaker D.P. Vijandran in 1989.
“Karpal had even called on Barisan Nasional and Opposition reps to watch the sex video together to ascertain if the actor in the video was indeed the then MIC secretary-general,” he said, quoting a New Straits Times report on Dec 18, 1989.
The paper also reported Karpal as saying there was a provision in the Film (Censorship) Act 1952 for the Home Minister to allow viewing of obscene material.
“Therefore, Karpal should not retract what he had said 22 years ago just to protect a certain Pakatan Rakyat leader implicated in the latest sex video scandal,'' Muhammad Firdaus said.
Karpal recently called for the arrest of the so-called Datuk T trio after the three men screened to a selected audience a recording that showed a foreign woman, believed to be a prostitute, with a man said to resemble Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
The three businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah, Perkasa treasurer-general Datuk Shuaib Lazim and former Malacca chief minister Tan Sri Rahim Tamby Chik surrendered the original footage to the police after Anwar lodged a police report to deny he was the man in the video.
Several politicians, including one-time ally Padang Serai MP N. Gobalakrishnan, have since taken Karpal and the DAP to task over their stand on the sex video scandal which the party had described as “gutter politics”.
Muhammad Firdaus said: “Karpal had exposed a sex video in the past.
“But now, he is asking the police to arrest the people who had also exposed a sex video although the group had claimed they were doing it in the interest of the nation.
“Such double standards and hypocrisy!''