Raja Petra Kamarudin asks in his No Holds Barred column headline today, ‘Who was Lim Guan Eng’s grandfather?’
“Was he a pork seller? Was he a vegetable farmer? Was he a labourer? Or was he a Kapitan China in Melaka?”
Answer: Guan Eng’s grandfather was an “agriculture technician” who worked on a pig farm Continue reading “Raja Petra: “Who was Lim Guan Eng’s grandfather?”” →
By Norman Fernandez
I was in DAP for more than 20 years and what attracted me to join DAP was the conviction and principles which the party and importantly the leaders steadfastly held. People like Fan Yew Teng, P. Patto, Karpal Singh, Ahmad Nor and even Lim Kit Siang (then) were men of conviction.
The shift started after 2008 where in came a new breed of DAP upstarts, who began to devise a plan to use Malays to take power and then be the real power behind the throne. Continue reading ““Won’t elect Malays to their leadership cannot be a party for all” — ex-Johor DAP deputy chairman” →