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The golden son's face is much thicker than Lee Kuan Yew

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Lee Kuan Yew also never attacked Johor publicly, he merely mentioned his derogatory remarks about Johor Baru in his affidavit to the court.

Johor sultan should ban him to visit Johor until he make a public apology as LKY did in 1998. But let do it after general election in order not for him winning more Chinese votes.

LGE forgot his hometown is Batu Pahat in Johor, not Penang or Melaka as he likes to believe.

City crime is rampant in Malaysia since 20 years ago, not just in JB. George town, KL, Melaka, etc. is not better than JB. JB crime rate was blown out because some foreigners are victims.

My mother gold necktie was snatched by a Malay in Muar, I was robbed by an Indian gang in a mamak stall in KL, and my brother beaten a Malay robber when he tried to rob his money in an ATM kiosk at Jalan Ah Fook in Johor Baru.

My friend in Bukit Mertajam was robbed and beaten by a Malay Mat Rempit gang not long ago. His rib bones were broken and face was swollen like a pighead, and hospitalized for a few days. His incident not reported in any newspapers because there are too many similar case in Penang.

LGE was telling a half-truth, he forgot crime in Penang is as high as JB. Penangites have to form patrol units to take care their own safety.

Only idiots will washing liner in the foreign country. A Chinese proverb says let close the door first if siblings want to quarrel.

Guan Eng apologises to Johor Sultan

Stephanie Sta Maria

Penang chief minister issues an apology to Sultan Ibrahim but maintains that he was misrepresented by BN-controlled media

PETALING JAYA: Penang chief minister, Lim Guan Eng, has issued an apology to the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar, for his alleged disparaging remarks against the state.

Lim was reported to have maligned Johor during his speech at a luncheon organised by the Foreign Correspondents Association of Singapore on Aug 12.

According to national news agency, Bernama, Lim had highlighted the falling crime rate in Penang and implied that Johor’s public security situation was still questionable.

Lim has since denied the allegation adding that his speech was made in private and that it contained no mention of Johor.

Deputy prime minister, Muhyiddin Yassin, has described Lim’s statement as “irresponsible” and backed calls by Umno Youth for Lim to issue an apology.

Lim’s apology came after Sultan Ibrahim said that he was offended by Lim’s statements as the Johor police chief, Mokhtar Shariff, has been doing his job.

“I wish to fully apologise to the Johor Sultan and to the people of Johor,” Lim said in a media statement today. “I have no intention whatsoever to discredit Johor or any other state.”

Lim: ‘I was misrepresented’

Lim also agreed with the Sultan’s earlier statement that politics should be left to politicians and the people should not be dragging rulers into it.

However, he remained firm on his stand that he was misrepresented by BN-controlled media and said that he would pursue the matter in court to determine the truth of where the speech was made, what was actually said and in what context.

“To-date except for the purported tape by TV3, there was no press report of what I spoke in Singapore or Australia.

“I have access to the tape of my interview with Radio Australia. I’m still trying to locate the tape of what I said in Singapore which was made privately in a closed door session,” he said.

Lim, who is also DAP secretary-general, added that he has instructed his lawyers to immediately file a suit in court against the BN-controlled media, beginning with Bernama.

Guan Eng: Not part of my speech

Himanshu Bhatt

GEORGE TOWN (Sept 29, 2011): Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng today said words ascribed to him about crime in Johor being higher than in Penang were not part of his speech text during a close-door event held in Singapore.

He stressed that the alleged comment, of which there is supposedly an audio recording, was never reported afterwards by the 20-odd foreign correspondents for whom the luncheon was held with Lim on Aug 12.

“I checked my speech, and it’s not there. So if it was not in my public speech, did I say it privately?… I have to check,” he said during a press conference at his office here.

Lim had earlier politely said that he would only comment on the matter if TV3’s staff were not present in the room.

His reason for this was that his words were being twisted by the broadcast station. This prompted the sole reporter from the station at the conference to leave.

A Bernama news report on Sept 23 reported that Lim, in a Radio Australia interview, had said that Johor was not a safe state, where the chance of being kidnapped was high, compared to Penang.

Lim’s office responded by writing to Bernama for full withdrawal and unconditional public apology over the apparent incorrect report.

TV3 however on its prime time news later played an audio recording of a similar comment ascribed to Lim, allegedly made at an event in Singapore. The news led to criticisms against Lim from various leaders.

“I am not interested in playing or dancing to the tune of certain media controlled by the Barisan Nasional (BN),” Lim said, adding that he will direct his lawyer to take legal action against Bernama if it does not respond, before turning his sights on TV3.

Meanwhile, Lim also announced that an investigation committee has been formed to look into the controversial construction and design of the public car park near the Penang Hill lower station.

The committee comprising specialists in construction, engineering Assoc Prof Dr Arazi Idrus, and engineers Lim Kok Khong and Lawrence Lim, are required to prepare a report for the state executive council to take further action on the matter.

The RM5 million, four-storey car park was built by PDC Consultancy through an allocation approved by the Tourism Ministry under the 9th Malaysia Plan.

The car park has not been issued an occupational certificate by the Penang Island Municipal Council (MPPP), raising criticisms from various quarters who say it has serious flaws in design, such as ramps that are too steep, and that it is fits only “Perodua Kancil” sized cars.

Penang Development Corporation (PDC) general manager Datuk Rosli Jaafar, in a preliminary report on the project issued on Sept 6, had said that engineering agency Ikram has been enlisted to evaluate the matter and is monitoring 22 settlement markers that have been installed around the car park.

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行动华人 says:

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54年了,请扪心自问:马华敢在巫统大会面前对着纳吉反对巫统的种族政策吗??

nurulein says:

Let’s sidetrack from this issue of character assasination.

The hudud issue is actually a great strategy by Pakatan.

Young generation who are internet-savvy are fully aware that Hudud law can never be implemented because of our constitution. PAS cannot get enough support in parliment for that matter.

PAS Hudud issue is to win for Pakatan the votes of rural conservative malays who have only access to pro-bn mainstream media. It is OK to sacrifice some elderly Chinese votes to MCA as this is just a minority compared to the large hinterland votes of rural malays.

Again, the young urban generation and educated people have already made up their mind to vote out BN as Hudud is no issue to them.

Suaramesra says:

mca continues to harp on this hudud issue because it cannot implement its so-called ‘new deal’ in the presence of umno. The young voters have already by-passed MCA, with or without those pretty girls or the wanita aunties.

Dabangg of Muar says:

laymen are too naive to know what 6 sigma is; that’s why you must train them to be more objective.

i still believe majority malaysians are naively proned to believe in prejudiced perception – even the educated ones as well ! that’s why bloggers have fun time shooting down people

nkkhoo says:

Most politicians are lawyers, their expertise is talking cock.

Even LGE is a trained accountant, but zero real-life working experience make him another talk cock expert like Najib.

nurulein says:

Wee Ka Siong used beautiful young girls to attract attention and votes in the MCA Youth convention. Logic fails in the presence of beauty?

nkkhoo says:

I bought The Star when I stopped at a petrol station nearby the Bukit Cina Melaka for my big release session. I saw a few pretty MCA girls in the front page and other pages.

MCA is living under the UMNO sarong, what they can do?

Lalang says:

According to the report, half of the delegates left the convention after lunch on both days, after savouring the free bak-kut-teh.

No goodies, no attendance.

So those pretty girls are meant to make the delegates stay put. At least they can salivate at the pretty girls while their bosses are talking nonsense on the stage.

Dabangg of Muar says:

Perception is like 99% truth in Msia.
With cheap airfares, sad to note many of my Sporean friends prefer to fly to Penang heritage/food/shopping now then seafood, patrol, groceies, dvds at JB.
Currently, Ghani still fails (or deliberately ?) to change positive images of JB especially Ah Fook strret (1st gateway to Spore & what a letdown !).
Sorry but again perception is near reality in Msia.

nkkhoo says:

Perception without data is a guessing, not accepted in the six sigma solutions.

iceyoyo says:

Ask any Singaporean about the security in JB, many will thumb down.

It is a fact that JB is a dangerous place, take a look at Jalan Wong Ah Fook near city centre.

At night it’s a notorious & drug addicts infested place (besides those famous sewel rodents).

I’ve given up on JB, long time ago. Food and petrol may be cheap BUT my life is worth more.

Actually, no need for Lim Guan Eng to apologize. He’s talking the truth!

nkkhoo says:

City crime is rampant is Malaysia since 20 years ago, not just in JB. George town, KL, Melaka, etc. is not better than JB. JB crime rate was blown out because some foreigners are victims.

My mother gold necktie was snatched by a Malay in Muar, I was robbed by an Indian gang in a mamak stall in KL, and my brother beaten a Malay robber when he tried to rob his money in a ATM kiosk at Jalan Ah Fook.

LGE is telling a half-truth, he forgot crime in Penang is as high as JB. Penangites have to form patrol units to take care their own safety.

Only idiots will washing liner in the foreign country. Chinese proverb says let close the door first if siblings want to quarrel.