Nation building a million times shame, Barisan National!

  1. #1 by pky103 on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 10:48 am

    – Well said, YB Lim!

  2. #2 by kftang on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 11:17 am

    Whenever YB LKS delivers his speech in Parliament, he is always hounded and interrupted by members of BN BBC especially the MP for Kinabatangan and the MP for Bintulu for remarks made against the BN. Can’t they be a disciplined lot and let the senior Parliamentarian make his points without being disturbed? They will be given time and chance later to say their pieces.

  3. #3 by Mr Smith on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 11:19 am

    BN do not know the meaning of shame. They are lowest for of human beings.

  4. #4 by kftang on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 11:24 am

    Why is Taiwan and Guangdong province in China progressed by leaps and bounds in their GDP? The reason is simple: they are prepared to rise up above everything else and be competitive with others. What about us?

  5. #5 by Thinking Two on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 11:30 am

    That’s why these Parliment members were sent to Taiwan to learn the way they acted in their own Parliment house. Well Done!!

  6. #6 by kftang on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 11:36 am

    The UMNO-owned Malay daily is known for its biased and racial reporting all the time if you have been its reader all this while. The said ‘cerpen’ and ‘puisi’ are instances of irresponsible, intimidating and seditious items dished out by it. Why is it that it is not given a show-cause letter? Action should be taken to stop all these venom!

  7. #7 by Thinking Two on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 12:22 pm

    A formal official police report should be made against the person concerned who deleted the imigration records at the KLIA.

  8. #8 by frankyapp on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 12:33 pm

    I feel saddened to read that certain umno members are doing their very best to disrupt the unity of the various races in the country.By doing so,they hope to create hatred,to make the malays to fight the chinese and the indians,to sort of creating a new may 13th incident. When this happens,the umno leaders,the umno warlords,and their likes will delare an emmegency in the country and using the ISA to arrest all the strong opposition leaders. Umno leaders/warlords are just doing this to ensure this will happen so they can remain in power to protect their ill gotten properties and incomes .We got to be very careful to dealing with this racial sentiment fanning up by this very crafty and vicious umno warlords or else we will lose our dearest asset ie peace and harmonry.

  9. #9 by jeffrey1957 on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 1:01 pm

    Well said YB , I say keep up the bashing to these goons. We the rakyat believed they are still in their slumbers . I find the Kinabatangan guy very irritating esp his stupid grins when he makes stupid remarks..wonder why he was elected in the 1st place.
    YB please also highlight what happened to all other reports made and why so lob-sided investigations by our PDRM. Who do they owe allegiance to …the PUblic or UMNOOooo.

  10. #10 by monsterball on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 1:23 pm

    “Shame a thousand time…million times….all Barisan National”… said Lim Kit Siang…on Nation building….by UMNO and BN.
    He has said it all…bravely….correctly and with clear proofs….presented.

  11. #11 by wanderer on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 1:27 pm

    When you get orang utangs from the Boerneo jungle and made them MPs what do one expects. Their only natural instinct is to wave their hands, make a lot of noises and jumping from tree to tree aimlessly. Shame is not in their vocabulary.

  12. #12 by 5titlah on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 6:50 pm

    Many more shame to come.
    The whole of Malaysia is flooded…!

    I thought millions & millions of tax payers money were spent to STOP flooding. Why are we still flooded…..???

    Are they gonna compensate the rakyat whose daily lives & properities are destroyed by floods…?

    Pay us back…!

    All they do in parliment is to ask for millions for stupid projects & then the rakyat have to suffer…!

    These BN goons are forever arguing over what PKR has to say & offer. Have they ever fight for the rakyat’s wants & needs…?

    I don’t think they know the rakyat at all…!

    Empty vessels makes the most noise…!

  13. #13 by cancan on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 7:33 pm

    I am a pendatang, so what? You are a pendatang, so what?

  14. #14 by parameswara on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 8:23 pm

    Yang Berhormat is a national treasure,
    a courageous voice of sanity in threatening times.

  15. #15 by vsp on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 10:10 pm

    Lately we have seen many ridiculous actions and decisions taken by the UMNOputras:

    1) arrest of a reporter for reporting the truth,
    2) arrest of Teresa Kok based on false report instigated by Toyol and Utusan Malaysia,
    3) justifying the use of ISA for protecting the victims
    4) no action taken against Ahmad Ismail for his racist rantings,
    5) petrol-bombing Teresa’s parent house,
    6) demonishing, instigating and advocating the murder of Teresa by Utusan Malaysia
    7) arrest of RPK
    8) banning of Hindraf for presenting a teddy-bear to the PM on Hari Raya

    and other abuses galore … which the UMNOputras are totally in denial.

    One thing that bears out is: quick actions being taken against the people on the slightest excuse but no actions being taken against the UMNOputras for their blatant provocations and mischief.

    UMNO is now undergoing a fierce struggle among the protagonists. So to be seen as a Malay champion and hero, the more provocative and ridiculous a statement being made the better the chances of being elected. This recipe has been proven in the past to be very successful. For those who advocate fairness and rational debate, they will never stand a chance and will be cast aside.

    By being so bloody one-sided, the UMNOputras are banking that the non-UMNOputras would lose their head and go into the streets to protest. Once they do this an emergency will be declared and UMNO would rule indefinitely.

    So people please don’t fall into this trap that the UMNOputras are setting. Don’t treat this as a Malay vs non-Malay issue but look at it as a UMNOputra vs Malaysian people struggle and half the battle is won.

  16. #16 by wifeejane on Friday, 17 October 2008 - 11:12 pm

    Saudara Lim,
    This is mare shameful than what you mention above. I came across the letter written by Mentari Services Sdn Bhd chairperson Capt (Rtd) Zahar Hashim, comparing the price of 12 Eurocopter Couger EC 725 with Kazan –M172, amounting to about RM1.4 billion in terms of the price difference .

    In a way, it’s unfair to compare an apple with a pear. You must compare an apple with an apple. Therefore, let’s compare the price of Eurocopter EC 725 ordered by both Brazil and Malaysia :

    In June 2008, Brazil and France signed an agreement in principle for Eurocopter to build helicopters in the South American country via its subsidiary Helibras. Brazil ’s Defense Minister Nelson Jobim reportedly said that the country intended to buy 50 “Super Cougar” models, the first of which would be delivered in 2010. The deal’s value is reportedly around US$1.2 billion. ( refer to . That is RM4.14 billion for 50 copters or RM82.8 million per unit. And we ordered 12 copters for RM2.317 billion, (refer to meaning RM193 million per unit! So, multiply by 12 units, it comes to a cool RM1.3 billion. Not a bad golden handshake.

    T Gopal

    Kota Damansara

    What a shameful and heartless thing done by our cruel leaders. He is so self centred and only take care of himself, scandal after scandals, corruption after corruption. The poor rakyat all have to suffer for our cruel selfish leaders. please pray that god would see this and reward them justificially

  17. #17 by riversandlakes on Saturday, 18 October 2008 - 1:53 am

    Umno is irrelevant. Change is on the horizon!

  18. #18 by accomy on Saturday, 18 October 2008 - 4:32 am

    I realised that the ruling government kept their silence when you conversed in english. can they speak engrissh in the first place? please teach them to spell the word ‘shame’

  19. #19 by disapointed86 on Saturday, 18 October 2008 - 6:56 am

    uncle LIm, very well said..You’ve uttered what most of us want to raise…take care of health…

  20. #20 by Bigjoe on Saturday, 18 October 2008 - 9:20 am

    This statement is highly well-timed I feel. Ever since Badawi announce he is leaving, you can definitely feel a tone shifting in this country to be less tolerant – from banning Hindraf, Utusan’s insane articles and TV programs and other papers have definitely turned taking a harder old line.

    You can feel the establishment embracing the old ultra ways sensing the fortunes going that way…

    On the banning of Hindraf, I was wondering if anyone realize that come 2020 and things don’t change for Indians in this country whether people realize that it won’t be long after that KL/Putrajaya will likely burn.

    There is a big likelihood of that happening if all the doom and gloom about the US and global economy become a reality even moderately. The UMNO-BN govt will give the excuse global economy slowed down and hence missed their NEP target and its likely the Indians say they don’t care anymore for their excuses.

    I hope Sdr. Lim will be around to remind people when things blow up in our face then…

  21. #21 by zheng on Saturday, 18 October 2008 - 7:08 pm

    Well Done…..YB LKS,
    U have made another good speech in the parliment. But unfortunately the orang utan in parliment is never realised.

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