Monday, February 16, 2009

黄洁冰,你没有错。

黄洁冰 --- 一个我很很多年前就认识的人权工作者。后来和她有频密的接触,是我成为全职社会工作者之后的事情。一位对人权工作、环保充满热忱的朋友,一位很关心身边的战友,让和她在一起的朋友很舒适的女人。偶尔会有点情绪化,但是绝对是一位有理想、有抱负,而且一直为马来西亚有更好的明天努力的人。

从一位人权工作者,到后来大选的时候上阵,最后胜利了 --- 并获得雪州行政议员。这一路走来,她比其他的人付出了更多的努力,比一些人更坚持自己一直相信的原则。

今天,从网路上看到关于她的“裸照”及一些私生活的照片被无情的公开,看到那前雪州大臣的鸟言鸟语。

在雪州行政议员黄洁冰裸照流传的风波爆发后,坊间开始流传一些手机短讯,要求黄洁冰引咎辞职;前雪州大臣莫哈末基尔更在第一时间站出来,呼吁黄洁冰向去年初爆发性爱光碟的马华署理总会长蔡细历看齐,应该立即辞职。

也是巫统雪州反对党领袖基尔接受《当今大马》询问时说,当初在蔡细历性爱光碟事件爆发后,民联领袖都纷纷敦促后者引咎辞职;如今同样事情发生在黄洁冰身上,民联不应该持有双重标准。

“这个是她的道德问题,以前蔡细历也是辞职。”
“若不辞职公正党没道德”他说,黄洁冰应该尽快辞职,以便还给公正党一个清白名誉。
“否则,它将是一个没有道德的政党。”

他说,公正党可能在308大选前,没有详细调查每名候选人的背景,因为民联根本没有想到本身将在雪州执政。

真不愧是toyo-toyo,也只有他才会如此大声的大讲鸟话。

我想说的 -- 如果连黄洁冰这样的背景都没有资格出来竞选,那么那些只靠金钱政治获得出战的国阵人,及一些为了凑数而出来的民联人,全部都可以不用出来了。

有男朋友,有私生活,有什么奇怪?只要两人两情相悦,是男女朋友关系,关起了房门,要做什么事情,难道还要知会选民?

而且,这是一起偷拍事件,是一个没有获得当事人的同意下获得的照片。

你们说不可能?有个马华的不知道什么东西说,一位未婚女子,会让一名男人踏入睡房,拍照你不知道?这种鸟话,亏他还是所谓的马华某个等级的人物。

我可以让一名我信认而且很要好的男性朋友踏进我的房间,在房间聊天 --- 如果我没有伴侣,我还可以和他一同打地铺看戏到天亮,甚至一同睡着。这是我的自由!

什么未婚女人不应该让男人进来房间 --- 这种论调居然会发生在这样的世纪。

现在的科技那么发达,尤其手机摄影,很多时候我们被拍了都不知道。

我们中心里,一年因为被偷拍、被强迫拍下亲热照片或裸照的女生,最后被无良男友、丈夫恐吓的案子,每一个月都几件。

被拍下照片的人不道德,还是偷拍照片拿去赚钱、得到利益的人不道德。

身为一位女性,要在以男人为主、游戏规则由男人来制定的政治圈子里,本来就不容易。最怕的是,你不知道什么时候会被你曾经信任过的人,因某种理由陷害,让我们的敌人用来对付我们。用恐惧、羞耻心来强迫我们退让。

被拍过裸照、与前任男朋友有过性行为,私生活比较多 -- 难道会比那些贪污、为了权力丧尽天良的人,来得可耻吗?

洁冰 -- 你没有错。错的是那个滥用了你的信任的人。你不无耻。无耻的是那个将这些照片发布出去的人。

你仍然是我当初认识的那个你,你仍然是尽责的行政议员、州议员。

你要坚持 --- 这一切会过去的。

记得 -- 你没有错。

Punish the culprit, not Eli Wong

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3 Comments:

At February 18, 2009 2:29 AM, Blogger 淑雯 said...

嗯,黄洁冰事件和之前的蔡细历事件不同,不能一概而论。

那个利用黄洁冰对他的信任,还以种种理由公开此隐私照片的人才真是可耻。为何他可以逍遥法外?

 
At February 20, 2009 2:16 AM, Blogger 王妤娴 said...

The Coalition of Good Governance (CGG) is saddened by the intended
resignation of Selangor EXCO YB Elizabeth Wong, as announced today, over what is clearly an attempt to tarnish her reputation as a responsible and committed State Assembly Representative and EXCO member.

The Coalition strongly urge that:

*1. **Ms Wong's resignation be REJECTED***

*2. **She continues to serve her constituencies and the people of
Selangor who elected her***

Ms Wong is the victim of a gross invasion of privacy and personal space.

That she has received support from all sides of the political spectrum, shows not only the near-unanimity of condemnation of this act but is also testament to the respect and good will Ms Wong secured from not only her allies, but also her political opponents.

As a coalition concerned about democracy, human rights and good governance,we condemn the invasion of privacy that led to this resignation, and commend
Ms Wong for the work she has done with the Coalition.

The Coalition wishes to put on record the good working relationship it has
had since the formation of the Pakatan Rakyat government in Selangor, in particular Ms. Wong, who has given the oppportunity to civil society groups and the citizens to raise their issues to the state government.

We applaud her for being proactive, passionate and committed to the issues that matter to the people. Over the last year, she has chaired Task Forces set up on the environment, setting up of an Ombudsman for Selangor, an access to information legislation and the indigenous peoples' rights.

We call for quick investigation into the police report lodged and that action be taken against the culprit who released the photographs.

The Coalition is fully committed to continue working with Ms Wong in her present capacities, and once again urge that her *resignation NOT be
accepted*.


Signed by



Coalition for Good Governance



1. Academic of Tamil Study
2. Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ)
3. Center for Orang Asli Concerns (COAC)
4. Citizen Think Tank
5. Civil Rights Committee of the Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese
Assembly Hall (KLSCAH - CRC)
6. Club Bell Belia Tamil
7. Community Development Center (CDC)
8. Friends of Kota Damansara
9. Groups of concern citizen
10. Jaringan Rakyat Tertindas (JERIT)
11. Jaringan Kampung Orang Asli Perak (JKOAP)
12. Jaringan Orang Asal SeMalaysia
13. Malaysia Youth and Students Democratic Movement (DEMA)
14. LLG Cultural Development Centre
15. Persatuan Kebangsaan Hak Asasi Manusia (HAKAM)
16. Persatuan Kesedaran Komuniti Selangor (EMPOWER)
17. Persatuan Komunikasi Masyarakat (KOMAS)
18. Persatuan Masyarakat Selangor dan Wilayah Persekutuan (PERMAS)
19. Persatuan Sahabat Wanita Selangor (PSWS)
20. Persatuan Semparuthi
21. Sinui Pai Nanek Sesnzik (SPNS)
22. Sisters in Islam
23. Suara Rakyat Malaysia (SUARAM)
24. The Annexe Gallery
25. Tamil foundation
26. Treat Every Environment Special (TrEES)
27. Women's Aid Organisation (WAO)
28. Women Institute for research development and advancement (WIRDA)
29. Workers organization Malaysia
30. Writers Alliance for Media Independence (WAMI)
31. Youth for Change (Y4C)

 
At February 20, 2009 2:18 AM, Blogger 王妤娴 said...

The CCC statement was finalised and endorsed by various organisation on the 17th February 2008. The statement was annouced in the joint press conference in KLSCAH on that night.

 

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