Recall how the Chief Minister of Penang had recently lectured on the sanctity of his office:
“On a personal level, Lim Guan Eng can forgive you but as the chief minister, he will not forgive the Penang Club. You can take liberties with Lim Guan Eng because I am an ordinary citizen but when you take liberties with the post of the chief minister, I have the right to defend my office, because my office has the mandate of the people of Penang and I represent them.”
(‘Penang CM: Don’t take liberties with my post’,
Malaysiakini, 25 March 2013)
Spit of the ultra Chinaman
Whatever your opinion of Najib Razak personally, his office nonetheless has the mandate of the rakyat. In the same vein of Guan Eng’s argument, Najib as the office holder represents all of us who are Malaysians.
The DAP supporters, though, are unable to even bring themselves to properly mention our Prime Minister by the name that his parents gave him. Instead, every time they refer to Najib, they will spit out the word “naj**” — the nickname that they choose to call him.
When Tunku Aziz left the DAP, his parting shot was that there is no other word to describe the DAP sec-gen other than “biadab”. The same goes for the Tokong’s cult members.
Stop the Lies, the blog that broke the Middle Finger story is correct to title its expose “a real kurang ajar DAP leader“.
Now get this — Lim Guan Eng nominated his bird-of-a-feather colleague to contest in Labis, the seat previously held by the MCA president in Johor, and currently represented by Chua Jr.
Guan Eng is sending the Middle Finger Man as the DAP herald to the home turf of the MCA president.
And do not forget that Hew Kuan Yau is indeed a popular speaker in the ceramah circuit. Hew is an earthy Mat Sabu-type hit with the Chinese crowd.
Two black eyes for Panda
Chua Soi Lek officially launched the MCA panda mascot yesterday.
And you can see the party election slogan today on the MCA website. Its ‘Choose Stability’ banner is in Chinese, Tamil and English. Where does MCA think it is actually located? In Beijing, Chennai or London?
The working class Hindu Indians might abstain from voting in GE13. However DAP is predicted to get the middle-class Indian vote.
What do you think the pro-establishment Malay electorate in Johor will do? (ref. ‘Pecah undi Melayu: Berjasa lwn MCA, Perkasa lwn Gerakan‘)
DAP’s destructive streak
Hew Kuan Yau showing his middle finger at a billboard of the Prime Minister is a piece of news that the MCA should have taken advantage of.
The DAP election publicity chief is gesturing at the 1Malaysia billboard that says “Sedang mereka menghina, kami membina”. Hew is inadvertently providing a picture that speaks a thousand words.
DAP labels opponents “low class”
According to yesterday’s NST, the now infamous photo was uploaded by the DAP election publicity chief to his Facebook on March 28. That’s exactly one week ago.
The NST report also quoted our friend Fakin’ Fake Calvin as remarking: “So Hew Kuan Yau, a leader in a party that brands their opponents as low class is actually what class? Or does he even has class at all?”
An Utusan headline two days ago said, ‘Pemimpin DAP bangga tunjuk isyarat lucah?‘
Gunting dalam Lipatan
Why did The Star black out the DAP-middle-finger news?
Why does The Star slag Utusan as a paper that prints “outrageous lies”? (see screenshot above of Star Editor tweet)
Not only is “Bad news for the DAP is good news for the MCA is no news in The Star” but the MCA-owned newspaper slags off Utusan as a paper that prints “outrageous lies”.
What kind of readership does The Star cater to?
Kee Thuan Chye is a former Star editor. He comments that MCA “has no balls in standing up to Umno”.
Kee’s comment (reproduced above) had originally appeared three days ago in Malaysiakini. How many of the Star editors and reporters share his opinion? 85 percent?