Sapa yang tak kenal dengan nafsu rakus Pak Syeikh tu beb.. Satu dunia pun tahu tentang skandal Anwar yang didakwa meliwat beberapa orang jantan jambu..
Cuma Anwar bernasib baik sebab dia terlepas dari semua pertuduhan disebabkan masalah teknikal..
Bagi gua.., Anwar tetap bersalah sebab dia tak berani bersumpah untuk menafikan tuduhan liwat sedangkan Saiful sendiri dah buat macam tu didepan umum..
Biasalah Anwar.., kalau betul dia tak sokong LGBT, takkan dia sanggup cadangkan undang-undang homoseksual di Malaysia ni dirombak bila Pakatan memerintah nanti..
Apapun.., gua cadangkan Anwar berhijrah ke Vietnam untuk jadi Perdana Menteri disitu.. Bolehlah Anwar puaskan nafsu serakah dia dengan jantan-jantan jambu disana..
Tak payah susah-susah nak angan-angan tawan Putrajaya.. Confirm sampai bila pun Anwar and the gang takkan berjaya.. Percayalah...
The event, organised by the city's small but growing Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community, went ahead peacefully with no attempt by police to stop the colourful convoy of about 100 activists.
"It's time to eliminate discrimination against people of different sexuality. I am straight, but my cousin is a lesbian," said participant Kyle Tran, 19, wearing a red headband saying "I love LGBT".
Homosexuality remains largely taboo in communist Vietnam, where Confucian social mores -- with their emphasis on tradition and family -- still dominate.
Gays are routinely portrayed in the media as comical figures or as people suffering from a condition that can be treated.
Vietnam currently forbids same-sex unions. Any move to legalise gay marriage would make Vietnam the first nation in Asia to do so.
"There is a lot of attention on gay rights issues now," parade participant Le Minh, 21, told AFP as she attached a rainbow flag to her bicycle.
"There were (many) questions about gay marriage at the recent National Assembly session. It is really good for the community," she said.
Activists said they had modified the parade route after coming under pressure from police to avoid sensitive areas of the capital where anti-China demonstrations were taking place.
"We don't have permission for this and even if we had asked for official permission it would not have been possible," said participant Van Anh, 51.
"But we have a lot of support from Vietnamese society. Many people told me they want to attend the parade," she added. - AFP