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Monday, April 2, 2012

A A: Why Must PR Engage Gay Reporters In Their Fight?

By:  Azuardi Azwan

Back in March 2009, Arnaud Dubus, a French reporter based in Thailand had a written a piece of slander hinting that Datuk Seri Najib Razak was involved in the Altantuya Sharibuu murder.   But as the murder trial began and ended, there was not a single thing that could lead the case to Najib.

Clearly Najib was speaking the truth and nothing but the truth when he claimed to have never met the girl.

Just months ago, a hard-core Pakatan Rakyat’s blogger and the ‘original script writer’ of “Najib’s involvement in Altantuya’s murder”, Raja Petra Kamaruddin (RPK), made an un-surprising announcement that he had actually made the whole thing up as ordered by his masters just to tarnish Najib’s image.

The question is, why did Arnaud Dubus have to be part of Pakatan Rakyat’s agenda?  Why must he hum the same song with RPK, and Pakatan Rakyat, the Malaysian’s opposition party?

Who is Arnaud Dubus anyway?  I surf the net and here’s what I found:

Arnaud Dubus is a 40 something male prostitute cum gay-boy who also moonlights for several newspapers and magazines.  The moonlightings are necessary as a cover for his actual ‘Business in Bangkok’ but the prostituting tendencies have slowly crept into his ghost-writer activities.
Dubus has been operating from Bangkok for the last twenty years.

Don’t know whether the prostitution thing is true, but the gay thing surely is.

So, Dubus is a gay.  That makes sense on why he is humming the same tune as the gay-led PR.

Yesterday, another gay journalist, Andrew Hornery made an attempt to attack our leadership by demonizing Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, the PM’s wife.   Hornery, a journalist, or better known as a gossip writer in Sydney Morning Herald, wrote an outright slander against the Malaysian first lady, saying that she had spent over RM300,000 on a shopping spree in Australia.

As a person attending to the so-called ‘shopping spree’, a designer, Carl Kapp explained that the purchases was not made on an individual basis by Datin Rosmah but as an entourage, to cater for the requirement of the Islamic Fashion Festival, which she is the patron.

According to Kapp, “The party of Datin Seri Rosmah came to our store in a sizeable group, and during their visit, members of her party, including friends and the chairman and the organizer of Islamic Fashion Festival separately made various purchases.”

So what is Hornery’s motive in writing half-truths about Datin Seri Rosmah in the first place?  Why did he sound more like the Malaysian oppositions rather than a journalist who should have checked his facts and figures first, before publishing his write-ups?

We are made to understand that Hornery was once voted as the worst journalist in 2009 for his constant failure to check out the facts and figures and his tendency to manipulate or alter his subjects’ quotations.

So, Hornery is a bad journalist and a gay.  But what interest does he have with the Malaysian Opposition except for the fact that he and the opposition top leader are both gays?

Is this merely the case of a gay looking out for his fellow gay buddies?

Or is there such thing as an organized movement of gays worldwide to bring down governments in countries that ban unnatural sex?

Why else would Anwar Ibrahim or PR have all these gay reporters and journalists helping them attack their enemies?

One thing we’ve learned from this two similar episodes of Dubus and Hornery is that, in the world of gays, integrity doesn’t exist.  Gays may spread lies and slander and half-truths, doesn’t matter because wrongs and rights are supposed to be blurred in the unnatural world of LGBT.

But haven’t they realized that the more support and help the PR received from the gay community all over the world, the farther away the PR will be from Putrajaya?

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