Saturday, December 9, 2017

Penny Wong took steps to CONFIRM Malaysian citizenship by applying for a Malaysian National Identity card,which has been retained by the Malaysian Government

by Ganesh Sahathevan

The documents submitted Parliament by Senator Penny Wong Yin Yen show that Wong had in addition to her Malaysian birth certificate a Malaysian National Registry Identity Card (NRIC).

The possession of a NRIC makes her declaration of being "possibly Malaysian" misleading at the very least for the NRIC ,unlike the Birth Certificate is not automatically issued, but has to be applied for. The application has to be made in person, and is a ritual that Malaysian children undergo when they turn 12. A Malaysian child who has reached the age of 12 must register for the identity card.

The reference to Wong's NRIC is in the Malay words " No Kad  Pengenalan". Paragraph 2 shows that the NRIC has been retained by the Malaysian Government. 

So may think that all that does not matter, given this letter which apparently conforms Wong is no longer a Malaysian citizen. However as previously reported ,this document would normally be considered a highly confidential government document ,which would not be made available to anyone outside of Government. 

And then there is the matter of its contents...........


Friday, October 27, 2017

Given the  Barnaby Joyce decision, Senator Penny Wong is at the mercy of the Malaysian Government 

by Ganesh Sahathevan

Penelope Wong Ying Yen, 
 Senator Penny Wong, was
 born in Kota Kinabalu ,State Of Sabah,
 Federation of Malaysia. Her father Francis Wong 
is a Malaysian citizen,which makes Wong a Malaysian
 citizen by birth.

The High Court has decided that Barnaby Joyce and others are disqualified form sitting in  the Australian Parliament despite their  having no knowledge of their foreign citizenship.

Penny Wong on the other hand cannot deny knowledge of her Malaysian citizenship, and rather than provide proof of renunciation, plays with words that only Malcom Turnbull seems to
accept (for reasons best known to him).

Regardless, our dear Senator Wong is especially now,given the High Court's decision, at the mercy of the Malaysian Government,
who would be silly not to use the fact of  Wong's citizenship against
her,and to the detriment  of the  Australia's national interest. 

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