Lim Guan Eng has joined his fellow comrade Tony Pua to be among the sore losers. We would like to call them a bunch of sour grapes.
Stopthelies had in November last year named Tony as a sour grape for saying that the 1.2 million civil servants don’t deserve a pay hike after the Prime Minister had announced that a pay revision would be carried out to offset the rising cost of living.
He also went to the extent of saying that when Pakatan Rakyat comes to power, it would embark on a exercise to trim down the civil service. How does he expect those laid off to feed their families then?
Basically a person is branded a sour grape when that person is incapable of doing something better and yet he is critical of the better or good things another person can do or deliver.
This was clearly the case for Guan Eng who instead of expressing joy that South Korean superstar Psy will be performing in Penang, had instead instigated the people to show up dressed in yellow and green, as the colours to show support for Malaysia’s political change.
Isn’t it a bit too much and unscrupulous of him to resort to such a lowly thought out plan to sabotage what is supposed to be a celebration in conjunction with Chinese New Year?
Why stir up trouble. What is Guan Eng’s intention? Getting the people to gate crash the event in their coloured T-shirts and create tension and disorder so that the show can be disrupted.
Guan Eng, you are a bloody sour grape as well as agent provocateur. If you had failed to bring in Psy to Penang, at least be grateful that through the initiative of the Penang Barisan Nasional, they had made it possible.
After all, it does not involve taxpayers money and the show is 100 per cent sponsored by local corporations.
It is supposed to be a happy event and for the people to get an up close opportunity with the sensational singer who shot to fame with his signature horse riding dance routine.
The objective of it all was supposed to be a fun event where everyone gets to enjoy a fun day with nice music, good food and good company and in a good atmosphere in conjunction with Chinese New Year.
Why should he want to instigate the people into a confrontational situation of wearing certain colours to politicise the event.
One can only say that Guan Eng has evil intention. For his selfish objective, he wants the appearance of the much awaited Mr Gangnam to be a failure to embarrass the organisers.
It has also come to the knowledge of this portal that Guan Eng had assigned his bloggers to put a dent to Psy’s visit and to “put him down” by harassing him with unfriendly postings on Psy’s facebook fan page.
Some of them had posted that Psy should not come and be used as a political tool and not turn up for the show.
In the end, if he ever turns down the request, it is only the Penang people who will be deprived of a chance to get up close with Psy.
The only person left smiling will be Guan Eng.