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Prove NST is twisiting Wong Tack's press statement.


I assume NST is reporting accurately for Wang’s press statement. He is dancing with Anwar’s tone on Lynas issue which I approve it’s a reasonable and logical statement.

His radioactive phobia supporters should be very disappointed for his softening stance against Lynas after being fooled by him for many years.

Wang Tack admitted he was a member for DAP since 2011. Green Himpunan under Wang Tack is a political motivated campaign should not be disputed after the truth is finally revealed. He is a DAP’s mole inserted into the Green Movement.

Green Himpunan Committee already urged him to resign from the chairman post.

Take my word, neither PR or BN will dare to shut down Lynas plant in Kuantan unless they want to offend America and other Western nations who are relying on Lynas for rare metals supply for their military industry.

Malaysia Kini reported the same story.

Himpunan Hijau chairman says Lynas can proceed if safe for public

KUALA LUMPUR: DAP-alligned activist Wong Tack has made an about-turn on his opposition towards the Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP) project in Gebeng, Pahang.

In a press conference at DAP’s headquarters yesterday, Wong said he agreed with the statement by opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim that the plant would be allowed to operate should a new public inquiry prove it to be safe.

“If there is a transparent process, then any industrial company, including Lynas Corp, can come into the country.

“It is up to Lynas to prove why it should not be closed down,” he told reporters.

Wong Tack stressed that if the Lynas plant complied with all the safety procedures and was proven to be one hundred per cent safe to the public, he had no problems with it operating.

Wong Tack, who is the chairman of anti-Lynas group Himpunan Hijau, claimed that Lynas Corp had come into the country through the” backdoor” and obtained a temporary operating license where many violations had occurred.

“If Lynas can invest in the country and bring about positive economic development through the front door, then why not?” he asked.

His statement yesterday came a month after he had threatened to burn down the rare-earth refinery if the newly-elected government failed to shut it down after the 13th General Election.

He had said that this would also apply if the opposition alliance managed to wrest control of Putrajaya but did not manage to fulfil its promise to close operations at the Lynas plant.

“If Pakatan Rakyat (is) in power and still refuses to close down the plant, they (the people) will be even more frustrated and angry… Our position is we will have another uprising, bring down Pakatan and burn down the plant,” he told a news portal on Feb 4.

However, on March 8, Anwar was quoted by Australia’s Sydney Morning Herald as saying that he would fast-track an inquiry into the safety of Lynas’s operations should the opposition take over as government in the coming general election.

“If Lynas can come out with a convincing argument that there is no risk to public safety and security, I will be the first to champion the plant there,” he reportedly said, adding that he was not against development.

During the press conference, Wong Tack also announced that he would be contesting for the Bentong parliamentary seat under the DAP ticket. Also present to announce his electoral candidacy was DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng.

Bentong, which is currently held by MCA vice-president Liow Tiong Lai, is traditionally a Barisan Nasional stronghold.

When asked why DAP chose to field him in Bentong instead of Indera Mahkota where the Lynas plant is located, Lim said Wong Tack was born in Karak, Bentong.

Read more: Himpunan Hijau chairman says Lynas can proceed if safe for public – Latest – New Straits Times

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nkkhoo says:

Another stupid bloody person, only you are the God to judge others are wrong.

I do not like Namewee as well, but it does not mean he must shut off his mouth.