MCA President Chua Soi Lek’s boast of his courage and political morals reminds me of the children’s tale of the fox who lost him tail and wanted other foxes to cut off their tails like him. However his scheme not to be the only fox without tail failed when all the other foxes refused to follow his suggestion.
Similarly Chua Soi Lek and MCA’s smear campaign of lies and character assassination against my wife and me is an attempt to bring PR leaders down to his level of sexual misbehaviour, even though Chua and MCA leaders can not provide proof. No one wants to cut off their tails and be like Chua Soi Lek, the fox without tail.
The people of Malaysia now know who is behind all these lies against me. However this is cold comfort for my family and children, and both my wife and I are furious that they have to suffer the trauma of such lies. As I want to protect my children from such lies, Chua or Melaka Chair Datuk Gan Tian Loo should not hide behind parliamentary privilege but state in public so that we can resolve this matter once and for all in court.
Continue reading “Chua Soi Lek Can Prove His Courage And Political Morals By Repeating MCA’s Lies That I Had A Secret Relationship With My Former Staff And That My Wife Had Assaulted Her During Our Debate On Sunday 8 July 2012 And I Will Not Respond But Will Sue In Court For Defamation To Prove Once And For All That Lim Guan Eng Is Not Chua Soi Lek.(en/bm/cn)”
Chua Soi Lek And MCA Should Prove His Courage And Political Morals By Repeating The Lies That I Had A Secret Relationship With My Former Staff And That My Wife Had Assaulted Her So That Both Of Us Can Sue Him And MCA In Court For Defamation To Clear Our Name For The Sake Of Our Children.
I am surprised that MCA President Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek has likened his resignation from all political posts, after being caught in a pornographic video-tape with a woman who is not his wife, as an act of “courage and political moral to be responsible and bear the consequences.” In that respect I agree with Chua that “Lim Guan Eng Is Not Chua Soi Lek” as I do not possess Chua’s type of courage.
Continue reading “Chua Soi Lek And MCA Should Prove His Courage And Political Morals By Repeating The Lies (en/bm/cn)”
BN must adopt a bold innovatice approach to overcome corruption and adopt market-oriented reforms based on CIMB Group chief Datuk Seri Nazir Razak proposals to transform Malaysia into a high-income economy. This follows the startling admission by Nazir in a Financial Times interview that not enough has been done to either overcome corruption and adopt market-oriented reforms that would affect Malaysia’s efforts to escape the middle-income trap by 2020.
Nazir had suggested granting an amnesty for those involved in minor corruption, as has been done in Hong Kong; rolling back government in business, both in terms of bureaucracies but also in terms of its direct involvement. Probably Nazir was referring to loss making government-linked corporations or GLCs ranging from MAS to Proton.
Continue reading “Would BN Dare To Adopt CAT Governance To Overcome Corruption And Adopt Market-Oriented Reforms Based on Datuk Seri Nazir Razak’s Proposals To Transform Malaysia Into A High-Income Economy?(en/bm/cn)”
I wish to condemn in the strongest possible terms the attempted character assassination not only against me but also against my wife and children by BN and MCA. Clearly BN will practice the dirtiest politics to try to topple democratically elected leaders, even attacking innocent members of the family. Before this my 15 year old son, who is still at minor, was accused of sexually molesting his female classmate by UMNO Online, UMNO Youth chief Khairy Jamaludin and pro-UMNO blogs.
A picture of the alleged female victim of my son was also posted on the internet. The alleged female victim was identified Anya Corke, a chess champion from Hong Kong, who had never met me or my son. No apology was forthcoming from UMNO Online or Khairy Jamaludin and neither was there any action taken by both the police and Malaysian Communications &Multimedia Commision on the various police reports filed by me. In contrast, immediate action is taken when such smear campaign is directed against BN leaders.
Continue reading “Prime Minister Dato Seri Najib Tun Razak Should Direct MCA To Repeat Their False Allegations Outside The Melaka State Assembly That My Wife Assaulted My Former Staff Because Of Her Close Relationship With Me (en/bm/cn)”
Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad had said that the next general elections will be fought on race in direct contrast to PR fighting the next general election based on the economy and improving the livelihood of the people. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak must prove Mahathir wrong and that BN will not fight the next general elections based on race by stopping the demonisation of non-Malays to stoke fear and hatred amongst Malaysians.
Najib’s 1Malaysia slogan has been completely ripped apart and ignored by the extremist and racist supporters of UMNO who are conducting a sustained campaign of primitive hatred and imagined fears against Bersih Co-Chairperson Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan, Singapore and myself. Ambiga has been threatened and harrassed at a home with beef burgers and butt dance by veteran soldiers, a disgraceful act against a Hindu, woman and Indian.
Continue reading “The Prime Minister Must Prove That 1Malaysia Is No Empty Slogan And BN Will Not Fight The Next General Elections Based On Race By Directing That Sri Gading MP Mohamad Aziz Apologise To Ambiga Sreevenasan And Take Action Against Violent Behaviour By Perkasa.(en/bm/cn)”
The break-in of former Melaka Chief Minister’s Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Tamby Chik’s house in Kuala Lumpur confirms fears about the worsening public security situation in Malaysia and fully repudiates assurances by Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishamudin Tun Hussein Onn that one or two violent criminal incidents does not indicate rising crime in Malaysia. Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Tamby Chik’s house was reported broken into by burglars, who took away cash and a pistol.
Losing a pistol to criminals is a serious development that has dangerous public safety implications. If VIPs are also not safe, how can ordinary members of the public be safe? Datuk Seri Hishamudin indifferent dismissal of the media reports of crime is clearly irresponsible as he is insensitive not only to the suffering endured by victims but also to the real concern amongst the public about crime.
Continue reading “The Break In Of Former Melaka Chief Minister’s House In Kuala Lumpur Confirms Fears About The Worsening Public Security Situation And Fully Repudiates Assurances By Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishamudin Tun Hussein Onn That One Or Two Violent Criminal Incidents Does Not Indicate Rising Crime In Malaysia. (en/cn)”
Star has developed a persistent blind spot by insisting that the previous BN government did no wrong whilst the present PR state government must shoulder the entire blame for inheriting all the hill projects above 250 feet approved by the previous BN government. The Penang state government has to put the record straight from this dishonest attempt to rewrite history.
In its enthusiasm to lynch the Penang PR state government, Star has ignored the fact that the Penang PR state government did not approve any development projects above 250 feet. At the same time, the MCA-owned paper makes the startling claim that there are PR or DAP assemblymen who agree with the Star that the hills in Penang are dying under PR’s stewardship. Nothing can be further from the truth.
Continue reading “Hill Development Projects: Putting The Record Straight From Star’s Dishonest Efforts to Rewrite History (en/cn)”
The failure by police to immediately arrest Perkasa members involved in violence not just against members of the public and reporters but also make direct threats against my personal safety has only confirmed fears that Perkasa can do no wrong because they are supported by UMNO and BN. Police Should review their hands-off approach towards Perkasa to avoid public perception that they condone the violent tactics by Perkasa to intimidate PR leaders.
Yesterday’s incident in Teluk Bahang market, where Perkasa members were allowed to conduct a demonstration and throw anti-Lim Guan Eng posters close to me, only shows that whilst there was police presence the police just stood by and watched. The inaction by the police probably emboldened a Perkasa member to suddenly charge up behind me and succeeded in brushing hard against me. Even though the Perkasa member had brushed hard against me, I escaped injury. But if not for a PR local leader bravely dragging the Perkasa member away, I could have been injured.
Continue reading “Police Should Review Their Hands-Off Approach Towards Perkasa To Avoid Public Perception That They Condone The Violent Tactics By Perkasa To Intimidate PR Leaders. (en/bm/cn)”