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MCA and MIC should close shop and MCA should not contest in Balakong by-election if their leadership dare not even say whether they want the UMNO candidate Lokman Aman to win or lose in the Sungaki Kandis by-election

In the past five days, I had asked the MCA and MIC national leaderhips three times whether they want the UMNO candidate in Sungai Kandis by-election to win or lose on Saturday.

Now that PAS has officially urged support for Lokman, which a commentator had described as “the new normal for Malaysian politics” in post-14GE Malaysia, I am going to ask the MCA and MIC national leadership for the fourth and final time in six days whether they want Lokman to win or lose in the Sungai Kandis by-election on Saturday.

MCA and MIC should close shop and MCA should not contest in the Balakong by-election if their leadership dare not even say whether they want the UMNO candidate Lokman Aman to win or lose in the Sungai Kandis by-election on Saturday.

(Media Statement (2) by DAP MP for Iskandar Puteri Lim Kit Siang in Parliament on Monday, 30th July 2018)

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Liow Tiong Lai should cite one stance where MCA has changed Since his “Citizen” National Day video, whether MCA had ever Protested against the 1MDB scandal in government?

MCA President Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said that I am a “lost man” without any direction as my strategy had backfired.

I congratulate Liow for his political acumen for being able to read my political strategy, and if his analysis is true that I am a “lost man”, he should be the happiest man in Malaysian politics instead of leading a most unprecedented MCA “Anti-Siege/Elimination Total Offensive” Rally in Yong Peng yesterday fighting a last battle of survival.

Liow alleges that the DAP wants to kill off MCA. He is grossly mistaken MCA will kill off itself, by betraying the very objectives and principles for which MCA was founded.

This was why MCA was reduced from golden age in the past to a 7/11 party in the last general elections, winning only seven parliamentary and eleven state assembly seats.

I would advise Liow to revisit his “Citizens” National Day Video last year and act as a brave citizen of Malaysia and not as a cringing MP and Minister solely dependent on UMNO’s Malay votes. Read the rest of this entry »

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A DIY tip to MCA leadership to prevent MCA’s “elimination” – speak up on 1MDB scandal and demand that all ill-gotten gains including RM144 million pink diamond necklace should be confiscated and returned to Malaysians

I gave a full assurance to MCA and Gerakan yesterday that the DAP has no intention or capability to eliminate MCA and Gerakan.

This is because no other political party can eliminate MCA or Gerakan, as only MCA itself can eliminate MCA, and Gerakan itself can eliminate the Gerakan, by adopting policies and measures which deprives them of all public support, because they have rendered themselves completely inconsequential, irrelevant and marginalized.

I asked how DAP can cause the MCA and the Gerakan leaders to adopt policies and measures which would render MCA and Gerakan completely inconsequential, irrelevant or marginalized unless the MCA and Gerakan leaders have become puppets or stooges of DAP, which is even more unthinkable. Read the rest of this entry »

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No other political party can eliminate MCA and Gerakan – as political parties can only commit suicide or self-destruct from their own betrayal of their founding principles

I gave an assurance to MCA and Gerakan at the media conference in Labis earlier this evening to announce the DAP/Pakatan Harapan parliamentary candidate for Labis, Pang Hock Liong, that DAP has no intention whatsoever to eliminate MCA and Gerakan, stressing that no other political party can eliminate MCA and Gerakan, as political parties cannot be eliminated by other political parties but can only commit suicide or self-destruct because of their own betrayal of their founding principles.

The intention and objective of the DAP in the 14th General Election is to defeat the UMNO/BN so that for the first in the nation’s 61-year history, a new Government from Pakatan Harapan could be formed in Putrajaya, to Save Malaysia from becoming a bankrupt, rogue and kleptocratic state by resetting Malaysia’s nation building directions and policies for Malaysia to become a world top-class nation. Read the rest of this entry »

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Full assurance to MCA and Gerakan – DAP has no intention whatsoever to eliminate MCA and Gerakan

I want to give a full assurance to MCA and Gerakan – DAP no intention whatsoever to eliminate MCA and Gerakan.

The placement of DAP candidates in Ayer Hitam, Teluk Intan and Labis is not because DAP intends to eliminate MCA and Gerakan, as DAP is fully aware that we are incapable of performing this feat, apart from the fact that it is never the intention or objective of DAP to eliminate MCA, Gerakan or any political party in the country.

No other political party can eliminate MCA or Gerakan, as only MCA itself can eliminate MCA, and Gerakan itself can eliminate the Gerakan, by adopting policies and measures Which deprives them of all public support, because they have rendered themselves completely irrelevant and marginalized. Read the rest of this entry »

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Liow Tiong Lai must explain whether it is official MCA campaign strategy to spread the claim that there is nothing wrong with Najib’s 2.6 billion donation and the 1MDB scandal as Najib had given back the RM2.6 billion to Malaysians

I am shocked to discover during my walkabout with the DAP candidate for Johor State Assembly seat, Tan Hong Pin that MCA propagandists are spreading the version that there is nothing wrong with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s RM2.6 billion donation in his personal banking accounts and the 1MDB scandal, especially as Najib had given back the RM2.6 billion to the people of Malaysia.

This is a monstrous multiple lie and falsehood, which is worse than the lie recently by the Barisan Nasional Strategic Communications Unit when responding to the FaceBook posting by former Cabinet Minister, Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz, asking the Inland Revenue Board (IRB) to clarify if it had known about caretaker prime minister Najib Razak’s infamous RM2.6 billion donation, and how the department had dealt with it at the time.
 
The Barisan Nasional strategic communications team, which is headed by the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Datu Seri Abdul Rahman Dahlan, said that that Najib had returned most, if not all, of the RM2.6 billion donation he received in 2013.
 
This is a double lie, for Najib had not returned most, and definitely not all, of the RM2.6 billion Donation to Saudi royalty he received in 2013. Read the rest of this entry »

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Wee Ka Siong is plucking up courage to visit Bagan more often – let’s hope Wee plucks up sufficient courage to contest against Guan Eng in Bagan

I saw today in the press a photograph of the MCA Deputy President Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong in Bagan in Penang last night sitting beside two empty chairs, one carrying the photograph of Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng and the other myself.

If I am equally petty-minded, I can put an empty chair at today’s kopitiam dialogue and ask why Wee Ka Siong is not here to hear what we have to say.

But this is being very mean and petty-minded, the work of “petty people” – “hsiao ren” – which we have no time to indulge in. Read the rest of this entry »

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Wee: Don’t think, just act – but also answer the three questions which I asked him last Saturday and why MCA Ministers and MPs voted in support of the constituency redelineation proposals which are a betrayal of Najib’s 1Malaysia and Mahathir’s Bangsa Malaysia policies?

MCA Deputy President Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong said he is considering legal action against me for saying that he was acting according to a script from Barisan Nasional strategic communications director Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan on the Penang undersea tunnel scandal,

Why is Wee so sensitive, when he said he does not mind being called “catspaw” and “ninja assassin”?

Let me tell Wee, don’t think, just act but also answer at the MCA forum in Bagan tonight the three questions which I asked him last Saturday as well as why the MCA Ministers and MPs voted in support of the constituency redelineation proposals which was a betrayal of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s 1Malaysia policy and Tun Mahathir Mohamad’s Bangsa Malaysia objective under Vision 2020? Read the rest of this entry »

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I strike paydirt and Abdul Rahman Dahlan has shown his hand as the UMNO leader who gave Wee Ka Siong the script to play as UMNO’ “ninja assassin” with the fictitious RM20 billion Penang undersea tunnel scandal

I strike paydirt with my short 10-paragraph statement on Wee Ka Siong as UMNO “ninja assassin” yesterday.

I had suggested that Wee should announce that he would contest in one of the three MCA parliamentary seats in Penang if he is totally convinced of his discovery of a RM20 billion undersea tunnel scandal in Penang, which until yesterday he was the sole MCA/Barisan Nasional Minister/MP to know about.

Wee had been making almost daily attacks on the Penang DAP/PH State Government and Penang Chief Minister, Lim Guan Eng on the fictitious RM20 billion Penang undersea tunnel, but I always suspected that Wee was not so “original” as to able himself to concoct the RM20 billion undersea tunnel scandal but was only reading out the script by his UMNO handlers who have designated the role of “ninja assassin” for him to play – to character-assassinate the image, reputation and integrity of Penang DAP/PH State Government and Penang Chief Minister, Lim Guan Eng, so as to divert attention from the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s international RM52 billion 1MDB money-laundering scandal.

The statement this morning by the Barisan Nasional Strategic Communications Director Datuk Sri Abdul Rahman Dahlan responding to my statement yesterday on Wee Ka Siong as UMNO “ninja assassin” is most revealing – virtually a confession by Abdul Rahman Dahlan that he is the “handler” feeding and giving Wee the script to launch a ceaseless attack on Penang Chief Minister and Penang DAP/PH State Government to divert attention from the 1MDB scandal.

This is why Wee had run crying to Abdul Rahman complaining about the attacks he is getting for his “ninja assassin” role, and this is why it is Abdul Rahman and not Wee who had replied to my statement yesterday. Read the rest of this entry »

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Will Wee announce that he is totally convinced of his discovery of a RM20 billion undersea tunnel scandal in Penang and will contest in one of the three MCA parliamentary seats to highlight it?

MCA Deputy President Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong is indeed creating history in his almost daily attacks on the DAP.

So far, he is sole MCA or Barisan Nasional Minister/MP who knows anything about the RM20 billion Penang undersea tunnel corruption scandal.

It is reported that Wee is poised to take his RM20 billion tunnel war to Penang on Friday 30th March in a MCA forum in Bagan.

Will Wee announce that he is totally convinced of his discovery of a RM20 billion undersea tunnel scandal in Penang and will contest in one of the three MCA parliamentary seats in Penang to highlight and convince Penang voters about the RM20 billion tunnel scandal and the need to save Penang from such scandal from the DAP and Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng?

I do not want to ask Wee to contest in Bagan against Guan Eng. It is up to him to choose one of the three MCA Parliamentary seats to contest, as apart from Bagan, MCA also has Bukit Mertajam and Bukit Glugor to choose from. Read the rest of this entry »

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Three questions on 1MDB scandal to MCA’s self-proclaimed anti-corruption champion, MCA Deputy President and Minister Wee Ka Siong

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Zahid Hamidi hinted at Bagan Datuk today that the 14th General Elections may be held by May 2, which makes two speculation about the dissolution of Parliament very likely, viz:

1. Next Thursday, March 29, after the Dewan Rakyat has passed the most controversial and most undemocratic Election Commission’s 2018 Constituency Redelineation Proposals Final Report on Wednesday on March 28;’

2. On Friday the week after on April 6 after the completion of the present parliamentary meeting on April 5.

A likely Polling Day is April 28 if Saturday continues to chosen, as is traditionally done for previous General Elections. Read the rest of this entry »

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All the eleven previous MCA President would not do what Liow Tiong Lai had done, losing all moral compass as to stoop so low and tell baldfaced lies which confirm his epithet as “Tung Shin Liow”

All the eleven previous MCA Presidents and Acting Presidents would not do what the current MCA President, Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, did in Johor Jaya yesterday, losing all moral compass as to stoop so low and tell bald-faced lies which confirm his epithet as “Tung Shin Liow”.

According to the MCA’s Star, Liow unleashed an attack on DAP, accusing the DAP of taking the Chinese support for granted after getting huge support from the Chinese community in garnering 85% of the Chinese votes in the last general election.

At the MCA 14TH General Election mobilization rally in Johor Jaya, Liow said the DAP could not and would not defend the rights and interests of the community, declaring: “The DAP says it does not represent the Chinese community after winning big in the last elections.”
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Greatest feat of Ka Siong as UMNO’s “ninja assassin” is to concoct a RM20 billion Penang undersea tunnel scandal out of nothing – to distract attention from Najib’s RM50 billion 1MDB scandal

The greatest feat of MCA Deputy President Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong as UMNO’s “ninja assassin” to assassinate DAP and Pakatan Harapan’s reputation and integrity is to concoct a RM20 billion Penang undersea tunnel scandal out of nothing – to distract attention from Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s RM50 billion 1MDB scandal, which is acknowledged all over the world and “shot” Malaysia in a matter of three years into a global kleptocracy!

I am utterly shocked that Wee has so lost his moral compass – which Malaysian tycoon Robert Kuok has emphasized in his Memoirs as one of the two factors which decided the rise or fall of nations – that he could so brazenly and irresponsibly concoct a RM20 billion Penang undersea tunnel out of nothing. Read the rest of this entry »

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Wong Nai Chee should advise Najib to tender public apology to Robert Kuok in Parliament next week or resign as Prime Minister’s political secretary and refuse to be a MCA candidate in the 14GE if his advice is not accepted

MCA Alor Gajah has questioned where Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s political aide Wong Nai Chee was, when Malaysian tycoon Robert Kuok was subject to a gratuitous, malicious, baseless and savage attack by UMNO leaders recently in their opposition to Wong’s candidacy as Barisan Nasional parliamentary candidate in Alor Gajah in place of the current incumbent Koh Nai Kwong.

I am very interested in the question as to what are Wong’s political contributions in the past, when MCA Alor Gajah asked what right Wong had to contest in the Alor Gajah parliamentary seat.

During my speech in Parliament yesterday in the debate of thanks on the Yang di Pertuan Agong’s Royal Address, I specifically referred to the recent four-day UMNO bashing of Malaysian tycoon Robert Kuok, where he was subjected to four days of demonization and gratuitous, baseless, malicious and savage UMNO attacks over the false accusation that he had funded the DAP to topple the Barisan Nasional.

I had called on the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak, to tender an official and public apology to Robert Kuok in Parliament during the Ministerial winding-up of the debate next week for the gratuitous, malicious, baseless and savage attacks which UMNO leaders had made on Robert Kuok recently.

As Wong is Najib’s political secretary, Wong should advise Najib to tender the public apology to Robert Kuok in Parliament next week or resign as Prime Minister’s political secretary and refuse to be a MCA candidate in the 14GE if his advice is not accepted.

(Speech (2) at the DAP kopitiam dialogue in Pekan Nenas, Johor on Friday, March 16, 2018 at 1 pm)

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Is Wee Ka Siong the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department performing the role as UMNO’s “Ninja assassin” to assassinate Penang Pakatan Harapan State Government’s reputation and integrity?

In the past month, the MCA Deputy President Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong had been very busy, making almost daily attacks on the Penang Pakatan Harapan State Government with wild allegations that it is utterly corrupt over the undersea tunnel project.

If Wee has a reputation as an anti-corruption warrior in Malaysia, this would be understandable, but the reverse is actually the case. Read the rest of this entry »

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Wee should spell out the “larger picture” of MCA – whether it is continue to be UMNO’s catspaw like what the MCA Deputy President is doing to blacken Penang Pakatan Harapan state government’s reputation to distract attention from 1MDB scandal and Malaysia’s global kleptocracy?

MCA Deputy President Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong should spell out what is the “larger picture” he wants ordinary MCA members to look at – whether it is for MCA leaders to continue to be UMNO’s catspaw like what Wee is doing to blacken Penang Pakatan Harapan state government’s reputation so as to distract national and international attention from the multi-billion dollar 1MDB money-laundering scandal and Malaysia’s global kleptocracy?

Wee today asked MCA party members to look at the bigger picture amid a revolt in Alor Gajah following an attempt to field Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak’s aide in the parliamentary constituency in the coming polls.

Wee should spell out this “bigger picture”, whether the MCA members must agree that UMNO President can override the MCA President in the nomination of MCA candidates for the 14th General Election?

If so, the present MCA national leadership would be creating another MCA history – after creating history where the three top MCA national leaders, the MCA President, Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, the MCA Deputy President, Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong, and the MCA Secretary-General Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan dare not contest in Chinese-voter majority seats but must depend on UMNO’s Malay votes to win in Parliament and get into Cabinet?

(Media Statement in Parliament on Thursday, 15th March 2018)

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If MCA national leaders have a fraction of the guts and gumption of David Choi and dare to speak up on the great rights and wrongs in the country, MCA would not be reduced to the ridiculous straits of a 7/11 party

MCA leaders should not allow themselves to be pushed around by UMNO but even more important, they must have the guts and gumption to speak up on the rights and wrongs in the country.

Examples of such UMNO bullying are the two recent Barisan Nasional elections preparations functions, one at Bandar Tun Razak and the other at Rembau.

Examples of MCA having to develop the guts and gumption to speak up on the great rights and wrongs in the country are aplenty, over issues big and small.

On the one hand there is the sacking of Pahang division leader David Choi who last November had apologized to a Taiping farmer arrested for sharing a video deemed insulting to MCA deputy minister Chong Sin Woon, after Chong’s offensive “deity” jibe after the Penang floods. On the other hand, is the thunderous silence of the MCA leader s whether in Parliament or Cabinet about the international 1MDB money-laundering scandal and worsening corruption in the country, as evidentced by Malaysia falling to the lowest ranking of Transparency International Corruption Perception Index 2017 – lowest in 23 years. Read the rest of this entry »

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Is Wee Ka Siong’s efforts to distract attention from 1MDB scandal and Malaysia as a global kleptocracy by attacking Penang undersea tunnel project and tarnish Lim Guan Eng’s image a quid pro quo for UMNO helping the three top MCA leaders to get elected into Parliament on UMNO’s Malay votes?

MCA Deputy President Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong has suddenly put on the garb as an anti-corruption crusader although neither Wee nor any MCA Minister, Member of Parliament or leader had done or said anything to check the downward slide of Malaysia on the annual Transparency International (TI) Corruption Perception Index (CPI) in the past two decades.

Both Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, the MCA President, and Wee Ka, the MCA Deputy President, had been in Parliament and Cabinet for the last two decades, when Malaysia’s TI CPI plunged from 32ndranking in 1999 (when Liow was first elected to Parliament) to No. 39 in 2004 (when Wee was first elected to Parliament), and today, to the lowest TI CPI ranking of all – No. 62 out of 180 countries in the latest TI CPI 2017!

But both Liow and Wee’s records in the past two decades in the fight against corruption and abuses of power were a total blank sheet!

But in the past month, Wee had put on the garb of an anti-corruption crusader, although he dared not breathe a word about international multi-billion dollar 1MDB money-laundering scandal and Malaysia’s world-wide infamy, ignominy and iniquity of being regarded world-wide as a global kleptocracy! Read the rest of this entry »

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Is MCA preparing for a worse electoral performance in the 14GE and using Nazri as a scapegoat?

An MCA national leader said that if the Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz does not takes responsibility for his mistake, Barisan Nasional may have to pay the price in the forthcoming 14th General Election.

The MCA-owned online Star headlined this story: “Barisan could pay the price if Nazri doesn’t apologise“.

The MCA national leadership cannot be more wrong, as Barisan Nasional would have to pay the price if UMNO does not apologise, as it is not just Nazri alone, but other UMNO Ministers and leaders as well who launched the malicious and savage attacks on Robert Kuok in a four-day spree, all on a false and baseless accusation that Kuok was funding the DAP to topple the Barisan Nasional government.

Why is UMNO/BN so afraid that Robert Kuok would giving donations to DAP, and isn’t this the democratic right of Robert Kuok to donate to any political party he chooses?

But what is really intriguing in this comment is whether the MCA National leadership is preparing for a worse electoral showing in the 14th general election as compared to the 13th general election, when the MCA was reduced to a 7/11 party winning only seven parliamentary and eleven state assembly seats, and was preparing the grounds for blaming a worse MCA performance in the 14th General Election on UMNO, using Nazri as a scapegoat? Read the rest of this entry »

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What credibility has Liow’s claim that MCA represents the Chinese when the top three MCA leaders have to depend on UMNO’s Malay votes to get into Parliament and Cabinet?

Although I had a fall in my Gelang Patah house, causing me five stitches on the right forehead and cancellation of my weekend programmes in Johor and Selangor – and I am not sure whether I would be able to attend tomorrow’s Parliamentary opening by the Yang di Pertuan Agong with the ugly blue-blacks around my right eye – I just cannot stand the MCA humbug, cant and hypocrisy at the 69th MCA anniversary yesterday.

MCA President and Transport Minister, Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, should explain what credibility he possesses when claiming at the 69th MCA anniversary press conference that MCA represents the Chinese when the top three MCA leaders, i.e. the President, Deputy President and Secretary-General, depend on UMNO’s Malay votes to get into Parliament and the Cabinet? Read the rest of this entry »

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