Actually, I'm not very keen in politics. And my knowledge about politics especially in Malaysia can be considered as lower than average. Way way too low. But, I can't help not to toss something that came into my mind after last night's Buletin Utama.
People, even politicians, are entitled to a measure of privacy within the confines of their bedrooms unless they are breaking the law. And it includes the usage of public toilets and hotel rooms too.
As for me, after knowing about something related to videos and pictures that have been taken in public toilets and hotel rooms make me not wanting to use these two facilities unless I have to, desperately. I always took an extra precautions by looking for cameras in hotel's bathroom because I don't want to end up in any series of public pornography of fat girls. Yucks! I know. But, we never know, right?
I'm so happy that they already taken some actions, legally, over some sick pervert who taken nude/obscene videos and pictures of girls/boys urinating, changing clothes, bathes without consent and distributed them to public. I hope others will then follow it as a lesson learnt and not taking people privacy for granted. We should respect others if we want the same thing in return.
Taken from GoogleImageAs the hot issue of Ms Elizabeth Wong's case, there doesn't appear to be an alleged crime. I don't know whether it had something to do with her position as Bukit Lanjan's Assemblymen. As for her moral misconduct, it is for the people who put her as leader to determine whether she stays or goes. Again, I'm speaking not as someone that on PKR's side or anything. I'm speaking just for the sake of privacy. It just a coincidence that this involves her.
If there is evidence of political involvement in this Wong's case, I believe those losers are more or less the perverts. It must be other ways, right?
It may be a new trend in Malaysian politics. But, I don't like this new trend. It's yucky. How about you?
How about violation of privacy of a girl who urinating in public toilet? She's on no one side. But, people still violate her privacy. People with no responsibility at all. It's so unfair.
p/s: Mahu sahaja hukum mereka yang tidak siuman itu dengan mengambil gambar mereka dan edarkan pada orang ramai. Tapi, ntah2 mereka enjoy jika diperlaku sebegitu. Buang karan saja.
p/s/s: I hate some of my colleagues that became pervert-in-the-making as they like to candid and videotaping in gents. Luckily our toilet is not for unisex. Sick!