Dia menggunakan Queen Elizabeth dan cuba menipu seluruh rakyat Britain dan Malaysia dengan tindak tanduknya.
Malu dan memalukan. Mungkin ramai rakyat Malaysia yang belum tahu mengenai perangai dan tingkah laku pemimpin DAP ini tetapi di Britain, tembelang Timbalan Ketua Publisiti DAP Jeffrey Wong Su En sudah menjadi ‘bangkai gajah’ yang tidak boleh ditutup lagi.
Yang jelas, kejadian yang berlaku lebih sebulan ini bukan setakat rakyat Malaysia ditipunya, malah Kerajaan British dan Ratu Elizaberth turut ditipunya hidup-hidup.
1. Gambar Sebenar
3. Hasil gambar "superimposed" yang menjelekkan!
Menurut Cucu Tok Selampit, Timbalan Ketua Publisiti parti DAP telah dituduh menghina kerajaan Commonwelth kerana membuat sidang akhbar menyatakan beliau telah menerima darjah kebesaran tertinggi Commenwelth dengan membawa gelaran "Sir" dengan memalsukan (photoshop) gambar di atas.
Bodoh dan baghal betul Cina seorang ini. Apa dia ingat orang ramai tidak dapat mengenal mana satu gambar betul dan mana satu gambar palsu?
Lebih mengaibkan kenapa terlalu bodoh sangat sehingga merasakan tiada orang yang akan membuat semakan dengan Kerajaan British di sini?
Jurucakap British High Commission di Kuala Lumpur turut mengesahkan penipuan Cina dari DAP ini. Berita selanjutnya boleh dibaca di akhbar portal terkemuka Britain, Telegraph.co.uk. yang disiarkan di bawah.
Kerana memalukan pihak DiRaja Britain dan Malaysia, adalah wajar polis dan Kerajaan Malaysia mendakwa peimpin DAP kerana beliau telah memalukan dan menjejaskan imej Malaysia serta rakyatnya di mata dunia.
Bila lagi polis Malaysia mahu bertindak seterusnya. Mudahnya untuk melepaskan orang sebegini yang melalukan negara?
Ikuti apa yang dikatakan oleh akhbar Telegraph.co.uk ini.
Malaysian politician faked pictures of knighthood from the Queen
A Malaysian politician is facing the sack for superimposing his head on to a picture of the Queen giving out honours in an attempt to claim he had been knighted.
Barney Henderson Kuala Lumpur
Published: 10:00PM BST 08 Jul 2010
The fake photograph featuring Jeffrey Wong Su En and the Queen
Jeffrey Wong Su En has been accused of insulting the Commonwealth with his false claims.
"Sir" Wong issued a press release detailing his award and became an overnight celebrity in Malaysia, where society has become obsessed by people with titles.
In the doctored picture issued by Mr Wong, he stands proud as Her Majesty pins the Knight Grand Cross to his breast.
However, his name does not appear in the Queen's birthday honours list.
We can confirm that we have no record of any honour having been conferred at any time by the British Government on Jeffery Wong Su En," said a spokesperson from the British High Commission in Kuala Lumpur.
An analysis of Mr Wong's photograph of him holding a certificate shows a crest at the top of the certificate claiming to be from Buckingham Palace, with a red seal.
In fact, warrants for such honours are administered by the Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood, which is based at St James's Palace. Mr Wong's certificate bears no resemblance to the Royal warrants used for such honours.
The collar worn by Mr Wong is not the pure gold collar of the British Empire worn at knighthood investitures. Finally, the knighthood investiture ceremonies for the 2010 birthday honours list have not yet taken place.
Mr Wong, who is the deputy publicity chief for the Democratic Action Party, a Malaysian opposition party in Sabah, northern Borneo, claims the honour was in recognition of his contribution to aid organisation, Médecins Sans Frontières.
Rival politicians in the state immediately demanded an explanation.
Mr Wong, a self-proclaimed traditional Chinese medicine practitioner who also insists on the title "Dr", attempted to clarify the matter, defiantly claiming his "knighthood" was conferred by Papua New Guinea in conjunction with the Queen's 84th birthday celebrations.
"This is a personal matter. It has nothing to do with the public, and it is becoming politicised," he said, stating he is in the process of getting the relevant documents from the Papua New Guinea government.
Mr Wong has been questioned by police but was later released. However, he is facing expulsion from his party.
Chin Teck Ming, supreme councillor of a rival party stated that if the claim is indeed false, Mr Wong had insulted a foreign monarch and members of the Commonwealth countries and tarnished the image of Malaysia.