Archive for August 3rd, 2019

Too much obsession with the Prime Minister issue when Malaysians more interested whether the PH promises of a New Malaysia of unity, freedom, justice, excellence and integrity can be fulfilled

I spent two days in Chennai, where I had the opportunity to meet Malaysians and Malaysian students in the Tamil Nadu capital.

Their concerns are also the concerns of Malaysians at home.

Firstly, there is too much obsession with the Prime Minister issue when ordinary Malaysians are more interested whether Pakatan Harapan (PH) government could fulfil the PH promises of a New Malaysia of unity, freedom, justice, excellence and integrity and for Malaysia to be respected and admired by the whole world as a top world-class nation in many fields of human endeavour, whether in good governance in the battle against corruption, far-reaching education reforms in training the workforce for the digital age or in becoming a Tiger economy.

This must be the priority issue of the Pakatan Harapan government and there should be a minimum of diversions from this major task of the PH government in Putrajaya.

I believe Malaysians can understand that it will not be possible to build a new Malaysia and to undo all the wrongs and injustices of six decades in a year or two, or even in one general election cycle, but the country must be set firmly and solidly on the trajectory of a New Malaysia!

Are we doing so? Read the rest of this entry »

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Ticked blue by leader of klepto-theocracy preferring Mahathir as PM because he isn’t easily influenced by DAP

Although in Chennai, I am tickled blue by the view of a leader of klepto-theocracy in Malaysia that Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad is preferred as Prime Minister of Malaysia as he is not easily influenced by the DAP.

Why did the propagandists of klepto-theocracy so easily forget that they had alleged earlier that Tun Dr. Mahathir had become my stooge?

Malaysian politics is in no-man’s land. On the one hand, Mahathir is alleged to be my stooge, but at the other end of the political spectrum, I am alleged to be Mahathir’s stooge.;

Can these political operatives decide who is whose stooge – whether Mahathir is my stooge or I am Mahathir’s stooge?

Amnesia seems to be a special quality of the leaders, propagandists and cybertroopers of klepto-theocracy.

A few years back, a leader of klepto-theocracy said only DAP defended PAS when the Kelantan state government fell to Barisan Nasional in 1978 and PAS was very grateful.

Now all this is forgotten.

It would appear that apart from misuse of Islam to support thievery, corruption intolerance, bigotry, lies and falsehoods, the proponents of klepto-theocracy needs another quality – political amnesia!

Probably they need also another “quality” – becoming “dumb and dumber” over the years!

(Media Statement by DAP MP for Iskandar Puteri Lim Kit Siang in Chennai on Friday, 2nd August 2019)

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