Japanese immigration barred entry to Malaysia's opposition leader, Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim at the Tokyo Kansai Airport this morning and had him return back to Kuala Lumpur immediately.
As one backed by the American, he would not have expected a strong American allies like Japan to refuse him entry. Naturally, the American blueboy is fuming mad and one would expect him to blame others but himself.
Below is an image of Anwar's social media posting trying to explain his version of the incidence before it is publicly known and give rise to speculation that will tarnish his reputation:
He is being denied entry by the Japanese authority but why must Foreign Minister Dato Anifah Aman owe him an explaination ?
Does he have a diplomatic passport to provide him immunity from any offense made in the past to disallow him entry?
We were with friends when the news broke to us. One friend speculated that he may have wrongly filled the entry form to state the purpose of entry as "liwat" instead of "lawat". Off course, he was kidding.
Taken that it does not make sense to deny him entry for the 1999 conviction now. Since his release after serving time for the offense of abusing his power, he has entered Japan on three occasions since.
So what is the thing Anwar described as "because of the latest report" possibbly in 2013?
He was acquited from the sodomy charges and will only face the appeal this year. Recently, he ws acquited also from the charge for participating in the illegal assembly Bersih 2.0. It is not likely for any offenses in Malaysia.
So ... what did he do when he last entered Japan in 2012? The Japanese should know better about what happened.Will Anwar own up to his own misdeed?
No ... it is most unlikely to ever happen.
Update: 12:30 PM
Few calls made to few people working with people in high places revealed that Anwar does not have a diplomatic passport. It means he subjected to Japanese Immigration rule.
Dr Novandri did some homework and highlighted in his blog here that Anwar was denied entry under Article 24 of the Japanese Immigration act as below:
Article 24 Any alien who falls under any of the following items may be deported from Japan in accordance with the procedures provided for in the following Chapter.Naturally some will say he is being denied for his sexual inclination but that was 1999.
(i) A person who has entered Japan in violation of the provisions of Article 3.
(ii) A person who has landed in Japan without obtaining permission for landing from an immigration inspector.
(ii)-2 A person whose status of residence has been revoked pursuant to the provisions of Article 22-4, paragraph (1) (limited to those pertaining to item (i) or item (ii)).
(ii)-3 A person who has received a designated period of stay pursuant to the provisions of Article 22-4, paragraph (6) (including cases where it is applied mutatis mutandis to Article 61-2-8, paragraph (2)) and has stayed in Japan beyond the designated period.
(iii) A person who has forged or altered a document or drawing, has prepared a false document or drawing, or has used, possessed, transferred or lent a forged or altered document or drawing or false document or drawing, or has arranged the transfer or lending thereof with the intent of helping another alien to illegally receive issuance of a certificate, a seal of verification for landing (including the recording of the prescribed data pursuant to the provision of Article 9, paragraph (4)) or special permission pursuant to the provisions of Chapter III, Section I or II, permission for landing pursuant to the provisions of Chapter III, Section IV or the permission pursuant to the provisions of Section I of this chapter or Section III of the following chapter
(iii)-2 A person who the Minister of Justice determines, having reasonable grounds to believe as much, is likely to commit a criminal act for the purpose of intimidation of the general public and of governments (hereinafter in this item to be referred to as the "criminal act for the purpose of intimidation of the general public and of governments") provided for in Article 1 of the Act for Punishment of the Financing of Criminal Activities for the Purpose of Intimidation of the General Public and of Governments (Act No. 67 of 2002), the act of preparing for the criminal act for the purpose of intimidation of the general public and of governments, or the act of facilitating the criminal act for the purpose of intimidation of the general public and of governments.
(iii)-3 A person whose entry into Japan shall be prevented pursuant to an international agreement.
(iv) An alien residing in Japan (except for those to whom permission for provisional landing, permission for landing at a port of call, permission for landing in transit, landing permission for crew members, or landing permission due to distress has been granted) who falls under any of the following sub-items:
(a) A person who is clearly found to be engaged solely in activities related to the management of business involving income or activities for which he/she receives reward in violation of the provisions of Article 19, paragraph (1) (except for those under the control of another due to trafficking in persons).
(b) A person who has stayed in Japan beyond the period of stay authorized without obtaining an extension or change thereof.
(c) A person who has committed trafficking in persons or incited or aided another to commit it.
(d) A person who has been punished for violation of the provisions of paragraph (1) (except for item (vi)) to paragraph (3) of Article 23 of the Passport Act (Act No. 267 of 1951).
(e) A person who has been punished for violation of the provisions of Articles 74 to 74-6-3, or 74-8.
(f) A person who has been sentenced to imprisonment or a heavier punishment for violation of the provisions of laws and regulations relating to alien registration, except for those who have been found guilty with suspension of execution of sentence.
(g) A person who is a juvenile provided for by the Juvenile Act (Act No. 168 of 1948) and who has been sentenced on or after November 1, 1951, to imprisonment with or without work for not less than 3 years.
(h) A person who has been convicted on or after November 1, 1951, for violation of a provision of the Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances Control Act, the Marijuana Control Act, the Opium Control Act, the Stimulants Control Act, the Act on Special Provisions for the Narcotics and Psychotropics Control Act, etc. and Other Matters for the Prevention of Activities Encouraging Illicit Conduct and Other Activities Involving Controlled Substances through International Cooperation (Act No. 94 of 1991) or Part II, Chapter XIV of the Penal Code (Act No. 45 of 1907).
(i) In addition to those persons listed in sub-items (d) to (h), a person who has been sentenced on or after November 1, 1951, to imprisonment with work or imprisonment for life or for a period of not less than 1 year. However, this shall not apply to those who have been found guilty with suspension of execution of sentence.
(j) A person who engages or has engaged in prostitution, or intermediation or solicitation of prostitutes for others, or provision of a place for prostitution, or any other business directly connected to prostitution (except for those under the control of another due to trafficking in persons).
(k) A person who has stirred up, incited, or aided the illegal entry or illegal landing of another alien into Japan.
(l) A person who attempts or advocates the overthrow of the Constitution of Japan or the Government formed thereunder by means of force or violence, or who organizes or is a member of a political party or any other organization, which attempts or advocates the same.
(m) A person who organizes, or is a member of, or is closely affiliated with any of the following political parties or other organizations:
1. A political party or organization which encourages acts of violence or the assault, killing, or injury of officials of the Government or local public entities for the reason of their being such officials.
2. A political party or organization, which encourages illegal damage or destruction of public installations or facilities.
3. A political party or organization, which encourages acts of dispute such as stopping or preventing the normal maintenance or operation of security facilities of a plant or a place of work.
(n) A person who has prepared, distributed or exhibited printed matters, motion pictures, or any other documents or drawings to attain the objectives of any political party or organization as prescribed in sub-item (1) or (m).
(o) In addition to those persons listed in sub-items (a) to (n), a person who, the Minister of Justice determines, has committed acts detrimental to the interests or public security of Japan.
(iv)-2 A person who is staying in Japan with a status of residence listed in the left-hand column of Appended Table I and has been sentenced to imprisonment with or without work on the charge of a crime provided for in Part II, Chapter XII, XVI to XIX, XXIII, XXVI, XXVII, XXXI, XXXIII, XXXVI, XXXVII or XXXIX of the Penal Code of Japan, or in Article 1, 1-2 or 1-3 (except for the parts pertaining to Article 222 or 261 of the Penal Code of Japan) of the Act on Punishment of Physical Violence and Others, or in the Act for Prevention and Disposition of Robbery, Theft, and Other Related Matters or Article 15 or 16 of the Act on Prohibition of Possession of Special Picking Tools, and Other Related Matters.
(iv)-3 A person whose status of residence is "Temporary Visitor", and has illegally killed, injured, assaulted or threatened a person, or damaged or destroyed a building or other objects in relation to the process or results of an international competition held in Japan or with the intent of preventing the smooth operation thereof, at the venue of the international competition or within the area of the municipality where the venue is to be located (this refers to "ward" where the Tokyo special wards exist or designated cities prescribed in Article 252-19, paragraph (1) of the Local Autonomy Act) or to neighboring places provided for use to unspecified persons or a number of persons.
(v) A person who has been granted permission for provisional landing and flees or fails to appear at a summons without justifiable reason in violation of the conditions imposed pursuant to the provisions of Article 13, paragraph (3).
(v)-2 A person who has been ordered to depart from Japan pursuant to the provisions of Article 10, paragraph (7) or (11), or Article 11, paragraph (6) but does not depart without delay.
(vi) A person who has been granted permission for landing at a port of call, permission for landing in transit, landing permission for crew members, permission for emergency landing, landing permission due to distress or landing permission for temporary refuge, but stays in Japan beyond the period entered in his/her passport or permit.
(vi)-2 A person who has been designated a period for departure pursuant to the provisions of Article 16, paragraph (9), but does not return to his/her vessel or depart from Japan within that period
(vii) A person prescribed in Article 22-2, paragraph (1), who stays in Japan beyond the period prescribed in Article 22-2, paragraph (1), without receiving permission pursuant to the provisions of Article 20, paragraphs (3) and (4), as applied mutatis mutandis to Article 22-2, paragraph (3) or pursuant to the provisions of Article 22-2, paragraphs (2) and (3), as applied mutatis mutandis to Article 22, paragraph (4).
(viii) A person who has been given a departure order pursuant to the provisions of Article 55-3, paragraph (1), but stays in Japan beyond the time limit for departure pertaining to the departure order.
(ix) A person whose departure order has been revoked pursuant to the provisions of Article 55-6.
(x) A person who stays in Japan with permission granted pursuant to the provisions of Article 61-2-2, paragraph (1), or Article 61-2-3, but whose recognition of refugee status has been revoked pursuant to the provisions of Article 61-2-7, paragraph (1) (limited to those pertaining to item (i) or item (iii)).
Perhaps a 2004 Competition Act refused him to protect the local pornography industry. The Japanese are very efficient that they have machines to detect offenders and immediately would sent them back:
A bloke send an SMS to us to share his theory:
Jeng jeng jeng... Gua dah tahu pasal apa Anwar Ibrahim tak dibenarkan masuk ke Jepun.Gobala Krishnan used to make such allegation and that theory have been bandied around that it had become an urban legend almost like the story of Marcos gold.
Semua masih ingat Tun Mahathir haramkan duit Malaysia note RM500 dan RM1000? Yang lama pasti tahu tapi yang muda ni tak tahu. Tak tahu tu elok lah search cari note RM500 dan note RM1000 tu yang di haramkan oleh Tun M sewaktu Anwar Ibrahim di pecat dari Timbalan Perdana Menteri.
Mengikut sumber Wang note RM500 dan RM1000 tu disimpan di China dan Jepun oleh Anwar Ibrahim. Jumlah nya Thrilion ringgit Malaysia beb. Duit sapa lagi kalau bukan duit Anwar Ibrahim dan sekutunya?
So Anwar Ibrahim ke jepun atas sebab berjumpa dengan proksinya yang menyimpan duit tersebut. Najib Razak tahu pekara ini dan sebelum ini telah mengadakan perbincangan dengan kerajaan Jepun bahawa apa yang telah dilakukan oleh Anwar Ibrahim adalah salah dan merupakan satu Rompakan ke atas wang Rakyat Malaysia sewktu beliau berkuasa sebagai Timbalan Perdana Menteri Malaysia. Kerajaan Malaysia melalui Najib Razak dan kerajaan jepun bekerjasama dalam pekara ini bagi menidakkan wang RM500 dan RM1000 tidak dibawa pulang oleh Anwar Ibrahim ke Malaysia ataupun disimpan di negara lain.
Kerajaan Jepun memandang serius pekara ini dan atas sebab tersebut kerajaan Jepun melihat Anwaar Ibrahim sebagai satu ancaman Korupsi mata wang dunia dan tidak mahu pengaruh Anwar Ibrahim yang terok ini merosakkan matawang Yen Jepun.
Mungkin ada yang tak percaya tapi ketahuilah hakikatnya bahawa Anwar Ibrahim adalah Perompak wang Rakyat paling besar dalam sejarah negara. Bayangkan jika Pakatan menang PRU dan mentadbir negara yang mana Anwar Ibrahim Perdana Menteri. Sudah pasti keturunan Anwar Ibrahim akan kaya tak pernah miskin dek kerana note RM500 dan RM1000 yang dirompak Anwar Ibrahim sewaktu beliau menjadi TPM.
Buat yang nak menyokong Anwar Ibrahim membabi buta ni dan salahkan umno elok lah buat research pekara ini.
Jangan jadi pentaksub sampaikan mengiyakan apa sahaja cakap Anwar Ibrahim.
Anwar is not really interested with such pursuit. He is for power and wants the freedom to do his tumeric business .