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GE14 will be about 40 horses vs none, Yearly horse-riding in Argentina vs none and beer vs Quinoa
It is disappointing when senior leaders such as Lim Kit Siang, Tun Mahathir and MPs such as Lim Lip Eng latches on to a comment from our PM Najib regarding his personal choice of food to keep fit and stay healthy.
Now these people are trying to make quinoa into a major election issue. Are the Pakatan leaders so desperate that an issue like this needs 3 Pakatan leaders to highlight?
Perhaps these people should be given a mirror so that they can see how hypocritical they are.
Kit Siang now says this election is about Quinoa versus Rice.
Perhaps Kit Siang should ask Harapan PM candidate Tun Mahathir how much it cost to feed his 40 horses every month?
Just two years ago, Tun Mahathir had revealed to MalaysiaKini that he keeps 40 horses. https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/339205
Or how much does it cost for Tun’s yearly horse-riding vacation to Argentina – a revelation that Tun Mahathir had made on national TV a few years ago.
I would bet that Tun’s horse-riding hobby would cost many times more in a year compared to a daily diet of Quinoa 365 days for the entire year.
And Kit Siang should also ask his son how much does he spend on beer and whisky per year as Guan Eng has been pictured more than once to enjoy a glass or a mug.
I am also sure Lim Lip Eng indulges in beer or whisky more than once per year.
A single pint of beer in the establishments that Guan Eng has been pictured in would surely cost more than the 250-gram packet of Love Earth Organic Quinoa which Lim Lip Eng found to cost RM14.79
And to paraphrase Lim Lip Eng:
This episode alone was sufficient grounds not to vote for Tun mahathir, Kit Siang and Guan Eng in the coming general election.
This kind of opposition leaders does not know that his people are facing economic hardship.
“If ordinary folk can substitute rice with rearing 40 horses, yearly horse-riding trips to Argentina, or with beer and whisky then Malaysia’s income level must be higher than high-income nations. But this is not the case,”
I urge the people not to support Pakatan as they appeared to be oblivious to the increase in prices of goods and cost of living as well as oblivious to the fact that they are such petty hypocrites.
And to paraphrase Lim Kit Siang:
GE14 will be about 40 horses vs none, Yearly horse-riding in Argentina vs none and beer/whisky vs Quinoa.
It’s also about petty hypocritical opposition opposition leaders vs someone who sincerely wants to make Malaysia a better place.
Out of incredible desperation, Pakatan people have resorted to recycling this 23rd February 2015 article from the MYANMAR TIMES on social media with the title “Najib’s slow death:?
Slow death? Must be one really really slow death then.
If anything, PM Najib has gotten much stronger since 3 years ago – a fact that most neutral political analysts agree.
*You must be very very DESPERATE when you start to RECYCLE a THREE YEAR OLD article with a sensationalist headline from THE MYANMAR TIMES (of all places).*
The pro-Pakatan Blogger Din Merican is one of those desperados who are recycling this 3 year old article and trying to pass it off as new:
Najib’s slow death on Myanmar Times
Original 23 Feb 2013 article: https://www.mmtimes.com/opinion/13233-najib-s-slow-death.html
Source: Malaysian Digest
The closer we are to the 14th General Election (GE14), the blurrier the vision of the Pakatan Harapan seems to be.
Yesterday, DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng accused Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) leaders of not “practising what they preach by not contesting in seats with more than 50 per cent Chinese voters”.
The Penang Chief Minister also stressed that the second largest party in the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition cannot claim to represent the Chinese community for refusing to contest in Chinese-majority seats.
He then pointed out that for the first time, MCA leaders would be depending on Umno votes (the Malays) to get elected as MPs, and benefitting from Malay voters in several constituencies to become ministers – and believe they should be ashamed of this fact.
This remark, was what veteran journalist Datuk Ahirudin Attan, or fondly known as Rocky Bru, deemed “tunnel vision”.
“The way I see it and the way most people will see it, the beleaguered Penang Chief Minister mocks himself. He insults the Malay voters,” wrote Ahirudin on his latest blog posting today titled ‘So Guan Eng and the DAP don’t need the Malay votes’.
“Guan Eng is a complete moron to say that MCA can’t represent Chinese voters if it’s banking on Malay support. What’s wrong with Malay voters? The DAP does not need Malay support, is it?,” Ahirudin adds.
Lim also used three constituencies with the biggest ethnic bloc of voters being Malay voters as examples; Bentong (46.1 per cent Malay voters), Ayer Hitam (57.6) and Tanjung Malim (55.4), pointing out that Malay voters represent the largest ethnic group in six of the seven parliamentary constituencies won by MCA in the 13th General Election.
While Lim proudly highlights these figures thinking he gave MCA leaders yet another blow, Ahirudin argues that regardless of race, the votes from the Malays serve as a testimony and validation of the multi-racial politics which the Opposition has been vouching for.
“But wasn’t that what you and your party claimed to have been fighting for?
“And now you are whining… just because the MCA seems to have achieved it!”
Ironically coming from someone whose party boasts of the ‘Malaysian Malaysia’ concept, Ahirudin wondered if DAP really does not need the support of the Malays – or was Lim simply seeing things in his own limited point of view and not practising what he preaches?
Nevertheless, he ends his posting by telling Lim, “Maybe you can’t undo your mistakes with regards to your underground tunnel but you can still go and fix that tunnel vision of yours.”
Oh. Like this is it? Outside make lots of rubbish press statement to defend the Penang Tunnel scam.
Then when called up by MACC for questioning, Ramasamy now says he is not directly involved in the Tunnel project.
Suddenly senua tak tahu.
What a joke you are.
Excerpt from The Star
Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy arrived at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) office at Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah here on Wednesday (Feb 14) morning.
He said he is unaware of what the MACC will question him about with regards to the undersea tunnel project.
“I was not directly involved in the undersea tunnel project and don’t know what they will ask me,” he told reporters gathered outside the MACC office.
He was accompanied by his lawyer Datuk Aljit Singh Jessy.
Ramasamy also said that he was not aware if any other state executive councillor would be questioned on the project.
Penang works committee chairman Lim Hock Seng was questioned by the MACC for 13 hours on Tuesday (Feb 13).