I will be in Keningau this evening


Kit Siang to visit Keningau tomorrow


Opposition leader and Democratic Action Party (DAP) National Adviser Lim Kit Siang will visit Keningau on Friday to hear the problems of the people, especially from this district.

Lim will be accompanied by State DAP coordinating chief Teresa Kok, Interior DAP chief Paul Kadau said on Tuesday.

He said Lim is expected to meet the people at Juta Hotel about 7pm.

Paul disclosed that all the DAP machineries in the interior are ready for the coming general election.

“I have set up nine election centres in this district to assist me in the campaigns,” he said.

Paul said DAP would not face any problem because all preparations were going smoothly and the people’s support was very encouraging.

  1. #1 by k1980 on Friday, 18 January 2008 - 9:13 am

    BN’s Program after the GE

    Tax his land,
    Tax his wage,
    Tax his bed in which he lays.
    Tax his tractor,
    Tax his mule,
    Teach him taxes is the rule.
    Tax his cow,
    Tax his goat,
    Tax his pants,
    Tax his coat.

    Tax his ties,
    Tax his shirts,
    Tax his work,
    Tax his dirt.

    Tax his tobacco,
    Tax his drink,
    Tax him if he tries to think.

    Tax his booze,
    Tax his beers,
    If he cries,
    Tax his tears.

    Tax his bills,
    Tax his gas,
    Tax his notes,
    Tax his cash.

    Tax him good and let him know
    That after taxes, he has no dough.

    If he hollers,
    Tax him more,
    Tax him until he’s good and sore.

    Tax his coffin,
    Tax his grave,
    Tax the sod in which he lays.
    Put these words upon his tomb,
    ‘Taxes drove me to my doom!’

    And when he’s gone,
    We won’t relax,
    We’ll still be after the inheritance TAX!!

  2. #2 by Jimm on Friday, 18 January 2008 - 9:21 am

    We all are living in Malaysia where BN have created a new GOD for everyone …. RINGGIT GOD .
    Enjoy life and look at things are simple as you can …
    We have enough fools to make everything harder for us daily
    At least, you still have the final say on what you chose to see things as it is …

  3. #3 by akimomogun on Friday, 18 January 2008 - 9:35 am

    Mr Lim,

    While in Keningau, please check on the illegal immigrants issue. They seeme to have out-numbered the locals, particularly hawkers and stall operators in town. Squatters colonies, one of them near Taman Kota (in town) can never be controlled by the authorities. Pulle down one today, by nightfall, two up. Thanks

  4. #4 by Tickler on Friday, 18 January 2008 - 10:17 am

    RPK has gone on a tirade against DAP again.

    To him, the party’s stand on fighting for a secular state is offensive to Muslims because “Islam is dear to the hearts of the Malays”. He keeps harping that DAP is against Islam when it wants to protect our secular rights as agreed by all the races under the Federal Constitution at Merdeka. To rub it in, he reminds us that:

    “There are hardly any Chinese majority constituencies. There are hardly any Indian majority constituencies. But there are many Malay majority constituencies where the Malay voters exceed 90% of the voting population. Almost all the Chinese and Indian candidates win with the help of the Malay voters. So the Malay vote is very important.”


  5. #5 by scorpian6666 on Friday, 18 January 2008 - 1:23 pm

    RPK must prove to the Malay they are as Islamic as the UMNO and PAS, still I don’t think RPK supporters are going to vote for MCA/MIC over DAP.

  6. #6 by scorpian6666 on Friday, 18 January 2008 - 4:29 pm

    Let’s change subject ….about MONEY maybe.. I see this religion/race thing going nowhere. Leave it to ALLAH.
    The fact is
    To the Non-Malay, religion is a free choice and the Malay no choice at all.
    Allah probably wondering how to have some peace in HELL with all kind of people from different religion.

  7. #7 by shamshul anuar on Saturday, 19 January 2008 - 10:52 pm

    Dear Scorpian6666.

    I refer to your statement. I take it you are ignorant about Malays and islam. simpoly because vast majority of Malays stick to Islam does not mean it is againsts their will.

    It is very easy to renounce Islam . A person just have to stop recognising Allah as the God. But as 99.99% Muslim know, there is no turning back. As for Islamic tradition, it is clearly stated that this is one sin that is not forgiven.

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