How Penang created the Rainbow Making Machine
Today is the second round of the Chua Soi Lek-Kim Guan Eng debate on the topic, ‘DAP & MCA: Whose policies benefit the country more?’
Yesterday, it was reported by the major Chinese papers that the Beloved Chief Minister had attacked Guang Ming Daily over a commentary published on July 4 and accusing it for “targeting” him. The daily is one of the Chinese media pursuing the Rainbow story.
News supervisor Chew Siew Hui responded by saying that in all the years she has been writing political analyses since joining Guang Ming 10 years ago, she had in comparison never received a call from Koh Tsu Koon or his assistants for her criticisms.
Siew Hui added that the local media and their columnists need a lot of courage to criticise Lim on his policies and statements as the DAP sec-gen has “a lot of fans”.
Strange that the Chief Minister of Penang got the answer wrong when it was he himself who invented the Rainbow Making Machine.
Yup, the patent is in his name.
He’s also the one responsible for enabling the manufacture of the Rainbow Making Machine in the Bayan Lepas Free Trade Zone.
Please make a note of the ‘Made in Penang’ label (see the photo below) because Penangites are very proud of Rainbow MM, their homegrown industry. Here Dear Leader Kim is seen giving VIP visitors a tour of the factory.
As with every other great invention, it is divinely inspired.
And it is only after inspiration strikes that a genius is able to translate his brilliant idea into the perfect blueprint.
How does an invention or innovation become a best-selling product?
Our very own Batu Pahat-Malacca-Komtar entrepreneur – who is chairman of CMI Inc. (Chief Minister Incorporated) the company he created – finds a joint venture partner to take the design to the production floor.
And under close quality control, completed units are successfully rolled off the assembly line.
A great product will be always be hit in the market.
The Rainbow Making Machine has been selling like hot cakes.
Buyers just love it.
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Aunty Betty told reporters ‘My husband is no Chua Soi Lek’
Of course lah Aunty your hubby is no CSL. Dr Chua is cool (selamba aje) whereas LGE is so uncool (gelabah).
Is she thinking: “Does my hubby reckon that I resemble his Special Officer Chan Lilian?”
Mrs cmlimguaneng now pleading for sympathy
Betty Chew has called on CSL – whom Guan Eng described as “being caught in a pornographic video tape having an extramarital affair” – to stop MCA members from spreading the “cruel lies”.
She said to him (and do read the predictable reader comments applauding her):
“You have family, too. I am sure your family must have gone through hard times when you admitted publicly about your affair and resigned as minister.”
Betty Chew also appealed to Dr Chua’s wife:
“She may have forgiven her husband’s previous cruelty towards her, but she should advise her husband that all Malaysian women would never forgive Dr Chua for allowing MCA to continue such cruel lies on an innocent woman and her family.”
Well, well, well. Now Betty Chew is speaking on behalf of “all Malaysian women”.
DAPsters ask Chua Tee Yong to “do a DNA check”
(see screenshot below)
Yet every day – for the last 5 years daily -, it wasn’t just the MCA president alone but the entire Malaysian public which has been exposed to the incessant taunts thrown not only at Dr Chua but extended to his family as well.
The avalanche of insults and scorn pour into every corner of cyberspace and elsewhere, never-endingly, and done not only by opposition supporters but by DAP leaders too such as Kim Guan Eng and Hannah Yeoh.
We did not hear Betty Chew nor her party colleagues say anything then about dissuading DAPsters from taking cruel and nasty digs at the Chua family. Or thinking about poor Mrs Chua’s feelings at anytime over the last 5 years, did we?
Screenshot below of Malaysiakini reader comments at http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/154379
And more recently, this one (screenshot above) retweeted by Hannah Yeoh – “MCA, Malunya Chua Alahai” – directed at Chua Tee Yong presumably over his Talam revelations.
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