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Repost :: A rebuttal against Lim Guan Eng in Kwong Wah

This article appears in Kwong Wah Daily is hitting the nail to expose lies from Lim Guam Eng.

Solar energy is green, but its manufacturing processes are not. The fact is 90% of photovoltaic end product is used in developed world with > 90% of its manufacturing waste is dumped in the third world.

LGE, don’t ask why Gerakan people keep quiet against photovoltaic factories in Melaka and Kedah?

Obviously, opposition parties in Melaka and Kedah (before GE 12) were sleeping for not voicing out issues related to photovoltaic factories.

I have lost respect on Lim’s credibility after a series of ridiculous arguments. His governance standard is not better than MCA politicians.

I rate Lim Guan Eng in same level with Chua Soi Lek except he is morally right in marital relationship.

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Azmeer says:

This is a good article:

Lim Guan Eng’s Institutional Economics 101: Good Governance

Raj says:

Artikel memang bagus!

Xiong says:

总监:若未涉辐射产品 太阳能光伏板厂可免原子能执照

二零一二年三月三十一日 下午五时四十一分






nkkhoo says:

Don’t wasting time to post Bosch radioactive issue in my blog, you should post it in Parti Cinta Rakyat’s website.

Xiong says:

On March 21, pro-Umno blog The Mole quoted AELB director-general Raja Abdul Aziz Raja Adnan as saying that the Bosch plant “will produce radioactive material” and would therefore need licence from the regulator.

However, on March 30, the Atomic Energy Licensing Board (AELB) pointed out that such plants “do not generally produce or emit radioactive material and so are not subject to the Atomic Energy Licensing Act 1984”.

“The article in The Mole which refers to the AELB director-general’s statement on the solar panel project in Batu Kawan, Penang is not so accurate and has caused confusion among some parties.

“The AELB director-general did inform The Mole on March 21, 2012 that, as of that date, AELB had not received any application declaring that the plant will use radioactive material.

“If the plant does not use or produce any radioactive material, the company does not have to get a licence from AELB to operate,” it said in a statement.

nkkhoo says:

That stupid Parti Cinta Rakyat politician brought out non-exist radioactive issue in Bosch solar panel plant is helping LGE to wash his hand off from chemical waste real issue.

This is like someone punched me divert tactic used by WKS.

niceguy says:

Nothing new; politicians playing politics as usual.

The old hands are wise enough not to stir and throw sand into their counterparts’ rice bowl, but the greenhorns fresh from past blogging activities are still hitting out at everything that moves on the other side.

IMHO, the better politicians are those who can work with the civil servants and enable the civil servants to do their jobs effectively.

The bad ones have no understanding of the civil service, the worse ones have no respect to the civil servants, and the worst corrupts them.