Saturday, February 3, 2018

My blog has gained a readership in China: Chinese seem especially interested in Penny Wong's Malaysian citizenship

by Ganesh Sahathevan

Ganesh Sahathevan is happy to report that his Realpolitikasia blog has recently gained a readership in China.
This new readership appeared for the first time when these two stories were published :

Friday, December 8, 2017

Australia's Penny Wong claims to have internal Malaysian Home Affairs and Foreign Affairs correspondence which proves she is not a Malaysian citizen

by Ganesh Sahathevan

Australia 's Senator Penny Wong has recently   released documents concerning her citizenship.
These include the letter below (click to enlarge) from the Malaysian Citizenship Department, which comes under the Ministry Of Home Affairs addressed not to her but the Second Secretary , Malaysian High Commission Canberra, which appears to acknowledge that she is no longer a Malayasian citizen.

Malaysian readers in particular would  recognise this as  highly confidential inter-departmental communication , which is seldom if ever provided anyone, even the person who it concerns.
Wong has also attempted in her declaration to distance herself from her Malaysian citizenship, admitting in her documents to only being "possibly Malaysian",despite her birth, Malaysian citizenship, and Malaysian IC.

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...........


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