Tweets from Sydney on Lim Keng Yaik’s passing

Ex-Gerakan chief Keng Yaik dies (Mkini)

Shocked @ Lim Keng Yaik’s passing.”Foolish doc” is no fool. Rare in Barisan Nasional who dares sometimes to protest against UMNO hegemony. Deepest condolences to family.

Last meeting @ Tropicana Club. LKY always exasperated by Tsu Koon’s “political correctness” to toe UMNO line, even UMNO subordinates in Penang.

LKY’s passing great loss to country – he would be voice of sanity/patriotism that UMNO/BN should respect people’s verdict if Pakatan Rakyat elected to Putrajaya in 13GE

LKY shared confidences in our adversarial political paths. He detests hypocrisy whether Gerakan UMNO or BN. Voice of MCA/BN reform (failed). RIP

  1. #1 by Winston on Sunday, 23 December 2012 - 9:37 am

    Well, well, well!
    And by a coincidence, he bears the same
    initials with a world renown leader who is
    a truly great leader!!

  2. #2 by john on Sunday, 23 December 2012 - 4:52 pm

    Only comment is that your successor ‘socks’ – a worm (no insult, as farmers find worms can help nourish the earth), to the point then, he is no,no,,, a leader (at all !) but try to be one, butt, in the end, still ain’t No, No, a leader but now still ‘socks’.

  3. #3 by waterfrontcoolie on Monday, 24 December 2012 - 7:05 am

    Though he had not done some outstanding but how many would have had survived under the Dictator? Even the anointed Anwar had to go to jail! He was honorable in the sense he never turned back to MCA after the break! many did. He was jovial enough to take the umbrella joke even unknowing spoken within his ear shot! The group who started ABU had rightly read the truth of the leadership of this nation! Failing which, we will be rendered to what most African nations are today.

  4. #4 by raven77 on Monday, 24 December 2012 - 11:16 am

    Lim Keng Yaik was a good man. May he Rest in Peace.

  5. #5 by lee tai king (previously dagen) on Wednesday, 26 December 2012 - 9:30 am

    Yeah, jib sedut big time.

  6. #6 by lee tai king (previously dagen) on Wednesday, 26 December 2012 - 9:39 am

    Oops remark #5 was meant for another topic.


    Lim keng yaik was one of those very very few remaining bn guys who was bold enough to hammer umno.

    That’s it for gerakan. Last ball smashed.

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