On March 9, a Free Anwar petition entitled, “Make the release of Malaysian Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim from prison a top priority for US policy toward Malaysia” was removed from the White House portal.
In response to the matter, PKR Vice President, Tian Chua tweeted as below, blaming the Malaysian government for the removal of the petition.
“On March 9, White House standard fraud checks indicated a high number of anomalous signatures on a petition related to the imprisonment of de facto leader, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
There were multiple petitions related to this issue, and after follow-up assessment, the White House determined that the petition it removed was not the one that contained fraudulent signatures.
To account for the error, the White House has since re-enabled the petition titled “Make the Release of Malaysian Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim from Prison a Top Priority for U.S. Policy toward Malaysia,” and is extending the deadline to account for the time lost while the petition was disabled.
No signatures were removed.”
Has Tian Chua admitted that he was wrong and apologises to the Malaysian government for wrongly blaming the government?
No, as always, he did not; in fact, this is not the first time he made such wild accusation towards the government of Malaysia.
This is another defamatory attempt to disrepute the government of Malaysia by Tian Chua.
Karpal Singhonce said that, “Anwar Ibrahim harus bertaubat”; so Tian Chua must repent and stop sending spiteful tweets or making malicious allegations towards the government.
I do hope that the government of the United States understands that Malaysians are capable enough to run our own country and will respect our rights to protect the sovereignty of our own country.
Please, if you care for the rights of sovereign nations and do not support foreign interference in their internal affairs, please sign this petition.
We only have 7 more days to get the 45,979 votes (at 12:37 P.M. March 6, 2015) needed in order to reach the goal of the petition.
I’ve written about this petition here; and now that since we are about to reach the date line, I want to highlight to those who has not heard about it about the importance of the message behind signing this petition.
The Malays are the main race in Malaysia but they are becoming weaker and weaker because they are so divided by their political stance that some fail to see each other as brothers and sisters.
We must unite; we cannot go on fighting against each other and end up become enemies of our own people.
The most important step to unite the Malays is to start the alliance between UMNO and PAS, which are the main political parties of the Malays.
If PAS continues its alliance with PKR and DAP, then they are actually going against the principals of their own party; hence it will be a joke for them to claim that they are fighting for Islam because it is DAP that is controlling PAS.
Infact, lots of pro-DAP PAS leaders follow DAP’s words instead of PAS’s Majlis Syura and the party president’s decisions.
Fortunately, there are leaders from UMNO and PAS who understand the importance of the unity among the Malays are working towards it.
Both parties’ leaders must find the ways to work together and to be united for the sake of of their people.
I hope that the Malays will be united and can work together to strengthen the ummah.