Why Is Tokong Not Answering This?


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  1. Anonymous says:

    Dia sudah bingong – the Tokong.

    All DAP assemblymen and MPs as well the state party committee members have been alerted to attend a meeting where Lim and the party’s chief legal adviser Gobind Singh Deo will brief them on how to handle the issue.

    Maybe they will cook up some documents to show absolutely nothing wrong to the purchase at below cost price.

    Even Bar Council been asking Tokong to take leave – if my eyesight didn’t play tricks on my news reading.

    • Lut You Tongkang Lim. says:

      Well, well, well. Now expert lawyers are teaching him how to bull…t. When lawyers are involved, the cow can jump over the moon. What he is going to say, is what his team of lawyers are saying…kah..kah..kah..

      Have you heard the saying about lawyer involving in politic? This is the saying. “A political lawyer is a monkey entrusted to count grapes”.

  2. DAP Dumb says:

    Not only not answering but postponing the “emergency” meeting previously scheduled for to night to to-morrow.

    Must be panicking by now lorr. MACC had gone to the Tokong’s office presumably getting some documents, now the Tongkang gigil lutut.

    Aiyyo, he may go crazy mah – house purchase scandal broke, went to China, rushed back, answered all kinds of shit together with his goons, he and one goon got thrown out of Parliament, even if MACC said he could go to MACC office any time to make a statement, all kelam kabut lintang pukang olely moo.

    • DAP Dumb says:

      Tongkang Lim must be sent to prison. If Khir Toyo was, no reason Tongkang Lim not imprisoned. Similar case, what.

      The evidence could be obtained from Land Office, Inland Revenue Office, etc. Records of the Taman Manggis so called tender and award to party known to Ms Phang can be dug.

      Miss Phang’s motive was 1. influence pedalling/ corruption and 2. avoiding from property gains tax. Tongkang Lim’ motive was 1. buying below cost (corruption) 2. abetting Ms Phang’s avoiding RPGT.

      • linpehkong says:

        DAPigs will put up huge billboards demanding that he be released all over Pearl of the Orient if that happens. They did that for Anal Iborehim in Selangor, why not for the kitchen God. I will laugh till I fall off the chair if he goes to jail. I hope he does get what is due him. Preach anti-corruption, but dealing in the back lane himself.
        Like that fakey pastor of Harvest church in Singapore

    • kingkong says:

      aiyaa, you fellas can become so dumb ha…..if all the evidences are there, just start charging LGE in court la…..lagi mau bising2 mcm tong kosong saja….LGE dun want to jawab la, LGE avoiding query la….kasi charge sajala, kalau bukti sudah ada, bengong……

      • Anonymous says:

        In Parlimen he jawab kelam kabut lintang pukang maa. Until got thrown out of Parlimen by Deputy Speaker, lu tak tau ka?

        Lu luluk gua mana tatak baca itu semua?

        • kingkong says:

          halloo….u don’t charge a person in Parliament la, u charge a person in court la, bengong….lu tatak skolah ka?

          • Anonymous says:

            No wonder you are king kong – small brain meh.

            You can’t even see nobpdy is saying about ” charge a person in Parliament”.

            Lu sikola mana?

  3. Anonymous says:

    MACC went to Penang last Tuesday when Tokong was in China. That’s why he rush back the next day. I hope the MACC got the files they wanted already.

  4. Anonymous says:

    BN spin doctors have been working overtime to create an impression that the DAP secretary-general and Penang Chief Minister, Lim Guan Eng, has abused his power for personal gains.

    They are spreading the lie that Guan Eng had bought a house at discounted price in exchange for approving a piece of land in Taman Manggis, Penang to a company linked to the seller of his house. If that is not enough, attempts are made to compare the allegation with the case of former Selangor menteri besar, Mohamed Khir Toyo, which is of a different nature altogether.

    Barisan Nasional strategic communication Director and Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Minister Abdul Rahman Dahlan is probably the mastermind of the coordinated attacks in the past week.

    Such attacks also included Abdul Rahman’s uncouth way of breaking parliamentary norms on Wednesday’s Parliamentary sitting by using the word “bohong” (lies) against Guan Eng, thus abusing his parliamentary privileges to make unsubstantiated allegations aiming to destroy Guan Eng’s credibility.

    Why are BN leaders and the mass media attacking Guan Eng now?

    It actually has a lot to do with Najib Abdul Razak. Malaysians are living dangerously in the weeks to come because Najib is becoming very insecure of his position, and it will be impacted by the coming Sarawak state election, as well as the recent Citizens’ Declaration campaign.

    As for the Sarawak elections, most probably Barisan Nasional will retain the state. But the question is, at what price? Will it be a landslide victory, could it be a Pyrrhic win, or will Adenan Satem and his Sarawak BN suffered a black eye when the opposition garner more seats?

    The outcome of the Sarawak state election is hugely important to Najib. Chief Minister Adenan is quite likely to dissolve the state assembly in the coming week after Easter, an important holiday to many in Sarawak. He hopes to win some seats from the opposition, especially from the DAP which had won 12 seats and PKR three in the 2011 state elections.

    If the 72-year-old state chief minister can grab a few seats from DAP and PKR, he can cement his rule in Sarawak, while Najib can tell the country the voters accept him despite all the scandals. However, if the reverse happens, that is if DAP and PKR win a few more seats, this mean the writing is on the wall for Najib.

    Sarawak BN holds 25 parliamentary seats in the Parliament. If Sarawak BN loses a few seats to DAP due to the Najib factor (Goods and Services Tax or GST, poor economy, job losses and the scandals), Adenan will have to think twice in pledging his 25 Parliamentary seats to Najib.

    Besides Sarawak, the grand gathering of the Citizen’s Declaration on March 4 saw for the first time in decades the convergence of opposing forces – Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Lim Kit Siang, Mohamad Sabu, Ambiga Sreenevasan, Azmin Ali, Hishamuddin Rais, Maria Chin Abdullah, Muhyiddin Yassin, Mukhriz Mahathir, and many more sitting together to sign the declaration to campaign for Najib’s removal, and to follow up with serious reforms.

    Seeing through Najib’s brave face

    The prime minister may put up a brave face but many Malaysians can see through and realise that Najib is under siege. Otherwise there would not be a need for the 148 Umno division chiefs to declare open support for him or for Tengku Razaleigh to sign a declaration in support of him. Najib is now a “political dead man walking” who is hugely unpopular among the electorate. He is also battling coup attempts within Umno.

    So, where does Guan Eng feature in all these?

    First, being a very popular chief minister of Penang helps improve the image of the opposition. BN spin doctors believe that if you hurt Guan Eng as the symbol of strength, you may hurt the opposition.

    Second, Guan Eng’s image as a national opposition leader has made him the number one target for BN spin doctors and cybertroopers. By damaging his reputation, BN propagandists believe they could halt the interest of the people, especially the Malays, to join or at least to support DAP and Pakatan Harapan.

    Third, the chief minister of Penang was the most potent force for the opposition in the 2011 Sarawak state election. To many voters in the last state election, it was a ‘CM (Taib Mahmud) versus CM (Guan Eng)’. Even in Sarawak, Guan Eng was and still is popular. Hence, the importance of the Sarawak elections.

    These are the factors that made Abdul Rahman Dahlan and his supporters trying to find ways to destroy Guan Eng’s reputation, by any means necessary. Malaysians must beware of the dangerous weeks ahead in Malaysia.

    • Anonymous says:

      keep on using the same technique of diversion, very pity

    • Nahoj says:

      Yang saya nampak, kes LGE bukan dimulakan oleh UMNO jauh sekali BN. Ianya dimulakan oleh ahli DAP yang tidak berpuas hati ke atas sikap angkuh dan besar diri LGE sendiri. LGE begitu berkuasa (itu sebab DAP harus berfikir agat Setiausaha Agung Parti tidak patut menjadi Ketua Menteri). Terdapat ahli DAP yang membocorkan maklumat dan tentu kita ingat ada dokumen rahsia itu diletakkan didepan pintu musuh LGE.
      Serangan ke atas Najib menyebabkan serangan balas. Itu normal dalam apa-apa lapangan pun. LGE tidak akan diserang jika beliau betul laksanakan ‘CAT’. Dalam kes ini attitude, knowledge dan skill memain peranan. Sungguh pun LGE ada skill, namun kriteria lain mungkin kurang. Serang menyerang dan bertahan adalah perkara biasa. Setakat ini Najib dan LGE belum bersalah selagi tidak dibuktikan di mahkamah.

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