Saturday, 30 March 2013

LIM KIT SIANG CONTINUES TO BE HAUNTED BY MAHATHIRNISM

HE  IS WORKING HARD TO TURN CHINESE INTO BEGGERS
Lim Kit Siang                                                                    George Soros
























Tun Dr Mahathir’s shadow continues to haunt  Lim Kit Siang, the DAP adviser, like Lee Kuan Yew with the Malaysian Malaysia.

In his phobia with Mahathir,  he has forgotten that the Mahathirnism which he condemned has saved the Chinese economy in Malaysia when attacked by currency speculator George Soros, who heads the IMF and opted to be led by Anwar Ibrahim, who, if  his theory to save the country’s economy was not hampered by Mahathir, Lim Kit Siang too would have gone down together with the other Chinese towkays and other Chinese chauvinists or would have fled the country for greener pastures, as was done by his colleagues after May 13.

Lim Kit Siang was careless in lifting Anwar and swayed the Chinese community with the song on reformation imported by Anwar Ibrahim from Indonesia.

It is up to the Chinese community whether they want to have an effective elected representative in the government or to be third class citizens in the Malaysian government which promises a bright and stable future under BN.

Below is Lim Kit Siang’s speech in Johor which shows how Mahathirnism continues to haunt him and how prejudice is he with the Malay power by tarnishing the image of Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin as being the pro-Malay who would replace Najib after the election because Najib was not favoured by Mahathir.

We must not forget that Lee Kuan Yew has accused Mahathir of being an Ultra Malay, but it was Mahathor who had saved the Chinese from becoming beggars in this country during the world financial crisis.

Now, it is Lim Kit Siang who is working hard to turn his own race into beggars in this prosperous country. It is up to the Chinese community to make their choice. For the Malays and Chinese who are poor, this is their homeland, but not to Lim Kit Siang and his allies who pretended to be poor, but they are actually richer than most of the Malays.

IF NAJIB DOES NOT WIN, BETTER TO WITHDRAW

Translated version of Lim Kit Siang’s speech in Johor as quoted by the China Press on March 27, 2013

March 26: Johor Bahru – DAP Opposition leader in Parliament, Lim Kit Siang, said former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir wants to take advantage of this coming general election to topple Najib, once again wanting to be back in power.  Lim Kit Siang feels it is better to change government, only then can they prevent Mahathirnism which is wanting to make a come back.

Kit Siang: “Mahathirnism wants to be revived, this issue can be seen  when Mahathir openly said that if Najib cannot secure bigger win in this coming general election than the 2008 general election, will face the same fate as former prime minister Pak Lah, better step down and be replaced by somebody else.”

Kit Siang said if Najib steps down, the eligible person to take over as prime minister is certainly Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin 0r Mahathir, when Najib receives such a threat, he would certainly feel uncertain, so change the government, hence “Mahathirnism” cannot be revived.

BE BRAVE TO CHANGE GOVERNMENT

Two days ago, Lim Kit Siang, when opening the Gelang Patah P162 operations room said this:
He said Najib launched  the 1Malaysia political concept, saying the Malaysians will be prioritized, second is race and religion. Instead, Najib’s deputy, Muyiddin Yassin was shocked when he said the Malays will be given priority.

If Najib steps down, are Malaysians prepared to have Muhyiddin as prime minister? Or during his tenure, there will be misappropriation and Mahathir will intervene in the country’s administration,  the people do not want all these.

Kit Siang: “If Mahathirnism is allowed to be revived, why don’t just give the five year opportunity  to Pakatan Rakyat, be brave to change the government, so that there is hope for the people in the country.”

Kit Siang said as a leader, the people’s perception towards Najib should be that of a leader who is strong and with caliber and firm. Instead, Najib is delaying to dissolve Parliament, this means he is a “kiasu” (coward) and ‘Kiasi” (afraid to die). It also means he is not eligible to be a leader.

3 comments:

  1. "Najib is delaying to dissolve Parliament, this means he is a “kiasu” (coward) and ‘Kiasi” (afraid to die). It also means he is not eligible to be a leader."

    Says who? If "silence" can be a response. "Delay" can be a tactic/strategy too.

    PM Najib is delaying so that the rakyat can see that PR can bring nothing to the table. The PM-in-waiting is embroiled in scandals after scandals. PAS is still a party full of village idiots. DAP has nothing too except promoting hatred. Their cyber troopers and bulling are well known.

    “If Mahathirnism is allowed to be revived, why don’t just give the five year opportunity to Pakatan Rakyat". No way!! I prefer Mahathirism anytime over PR!

    Kit Siang should just retire. In politics (and anywhere else) he can be considered as fossil fuels. What a silly old man!

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  2. Dia dan anak beranak serta menantu yang nak berpaut kepadak kuasa sepanjang hayatnya, boleh dia tuduh Tun Dr Mahathir pulak. Jelaslah Lim Kit Siang Ikan ini sudah mula nyanyok.

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  3. Salam Tan Sri...where does this story of Najib having to step down AND Mahathirism making a comeback originate from ? Is Mr. Lim creating a false alarm here and therefore appoints himself as a saviour ? What's with Mahathirism that creates sleepless nights for Mr.Lim K.S ? Mr. Lim,the country has made ' great leaps forward ' in Mahathir's era as the Prime Minister,and those efforts are being continued under BN rule today and for hundreds of years to come !

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