Lim Kit Siang Has Sown The Wind; Now He is Reaping The Whirlwind!


Lim Kit Siang had little or no idea what would be in store for him when he fixed it in his mind to challenge Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.  He no doubt confused the Prime Minister’s laid back style with weakness.

As a result Kit Siang and the assortment of others who make up the DAP-led opposition sowed all manner of malicious lies against the Prime Minister in hopes that he would buckle under the strain of the onslaught or spend all of his time answering his critics.

The DAP-led opposition was like a pack of wild does which tries to wear down the pray.  When Lim Kit Siang was not on the attack, he would have one of his sycophants like Tony Pua act as his mouth piece.

After Tony Pua contradicted the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) 1Malaysia Development Berhad findings which he signed off on, Kit Siang had to get more help.

Lim Kit Siang saw that Tun Mahathir could be a useful tool for his plans to get Malay votes.  Likewise, Tun Mahathir viewed Lim Kit Siang in the same manner; as a tool to help him get his son Mukhriz Mahathir back in the political spotlight and eventually become Prime Minister.

However even with the relentless attacks on the Prime Minister Kit Siang and  DAP-led opposition caused no cracks to be formed in the Najib’s resolve to carry out his duties as Prime Minister; conversely cracks started forming around Lim Kit Siang.

Now there is hardly a day that passes where Lim Kit Siang’s name does not appear in the news; and usually the news attached to his name is negative.  That is why the opposition attempted to deflect attention away from Kit Siang when they created the story of Deputy Prime Minister Zahid Hamidi leaving UMNO.  (here)

The strain of departures in the his party, being called a dictator, plans revealed of him wanting the DPM post may have Kit Siang wishing the press forgets his name fore a while.

There is line that goes; I don’t care what the press writes about me as long as they spell my name right.

Lim Kit Siang is probably hoping that the press not only forgets how to spell his name, but leave him out of their stories for a while.

This is probably why Kit Siang gets others to do some of his dirty work so that they can deflect attention away.  So you have Tun Mahathir, Mat Sabu and more recently former minister Zaid Ibrahim acting as Muslim shields help protect Kit Siang from the whirlwind of negative press surrounding him.

What Lim Kit Siang should realize that none of what he is receiving happened in a vacuum.

He has sown the wind and now he is reaping the whirlwind!


Lim Kit Siang, Teh Tarik and His Delusional Laundry List!


A few nights ago, Lim Kit Siang the ‘present’ Gelang Patah MP spoke with youth at a teh tarik session.  During his talk, Lim shared his laundry list of how he and the DAP-led opposition plan to win the 14th general election. (here)

It is uncertain what Kit Siang had in his cup, but whatever its chemical composition it had him in full throng delusion.

One of the first things he mentioned was trying to go after ordinary ‘grassroots’ PAS members.  Kit Siang wants to convince PAS supports that while Haidi Awang wants stricter laws for Muslims, he (Haidi) is not interested in combating corruption.

It seems like Kit Siang does not see the irony in that thought process.  Lim also does not understand the level of support that Haidi Awang has.  If he did, he would realize that had Haidi not had support among grassroots PAS members then they would have followed Amanah out the door and over to the DAP camp.

It seems that since Amanah have proven to be a bad investment, he wants his troops to try and capture more Malays.

As Lim Kit Siang ‘teh tarik’ started to work its magic, Lim mentioned the new item on his laundry list; win over 3.5 million UMNO voters.

Kit Siang wants to explain to them (paternal instinct) that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s administration is the cause of Malaysia’s economy slowing down.

I guess that Lim believes that those he was speaking to were not aware of the success of Najib’s economic visits abroad as well as his recent accomplishments during Saudi King’s visit.  Lim also pointed to the goods and services (GST) tax as a negative for Najib’s administration.  However, what he always seems to forget to mention is where the money come from that will replace revenue from the goods and services tax.

Lim wrapped up his laundry list by mentioning that the DAP-led opposition had to win over Sabah and Sarawak; something that will be difficult to do using the negativity that accompanied the lies and fabrication utilized in last year’s Sarawak election.

Lim proclaimed that, if they (Lim and the DAP-led opposition) can accomplish his laundry list then Najib is finished.  Sure and if there is heavy snow fall in Malaysia, we can host the next winter Olympic Games!

The next time Lim gives a talk, someone should check his teh tarik to keep him from spewing off another delusional Laundry list!


Pakatan’s DPM Story; Just an Old Tactic To Divert Attention Away From Lim Kit Siang!


Pakatan concocted their latest fabrication in an attempt to deflect public and media attention away from Lim Kit Siang.

For some time now Lim Kit Siang has come under fire for trying to be patriarchal (a father protector) for the Malays, a Mahathir puppet, Mahathir and Wan Azizah’s puppet master, an opportunist, dictator and so much more.

With all of this heat coming on him daily he needed to find relief in order to get people to talk about someone other than him.

In a parallel universe his doppelganger is probably blasting the airwaves over Mahathir administration and BMF.

However that is in a parallel universe.  In this part of the cosmos Lim Kit Siang, like Tun Mahathir has developed a severe case of laryngitis coupled with a dose of amnesia when it comes to criticizing Mahathir of the present or his time spent as Malaysia’s Prime Minister.

Now having nothing new to say about Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak; DAP-led Pakatan has once again turned to trying to sour the relation between Prime Minister Najib Razak and Deputy Prime Minister Zahid Hamidi.

Many recall that shortly after Deputy Prime Minister Zahid Hamidi took office, DAP-led Pakatan tried without success to sow seeds of friction between the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister.  (here)

Now out of desperation to create news that about anyone but Lim Kit Siang; DAP-led Pakatan is pulling out old stories hoping that the second time’s the charm.

DAP-led Pakatan wants Malaysians to believe that Zahid Hamidi would do like former deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin did and follow Mahathir and his false promises.  Not only that; they want Malaysians to believe that Zahid would leave UMNO to go over to the lala land called Pribumi!

If this fantastical bed time story were true, what could Mahathir offer; the post of Deputy Prime Minister?

Zahid Hamidi already has that it. Besides, didn’t Mahathir already offer that to Lim Kit Siang?

What about the post of Prime Minister?

From what many understand, that position has been promised to both Muhyiddin (as care taker PM)as well as to his son Mukhriz.

If Mahathir offered anything other than those two (2) positions, it would be a step backwards for Zahid.  In addition, given Tun Mahathir’s propensity for backtracking and U-turns; one would have to be borderline crazy to believe any promises he (Tun Mahathir) would make.

So what does DAP-led Pakatan hope to gain from their wild DPM story?

At best DAP-led Pakatan would hope that their bed time story would cause a shadow of doubt to linger over Najib and Zahid’s relationship.

News Flash: Keep dreaming; that isn’t going to happen.

At the very least DAP-led Pakatan hopes get the well deserved negative media spotlight off of Lim Kit Siang and on to someone one else.

There is a strong possibility that Lim Kit Siang will get part of his wish when the trail of his son Lim Guan Eng’s starts; then Malaysian’s will have double the fun telling juicy bed time stories of both Lims; father and son!


Cries of ‘Man The lifeboats’ as More DAP Members Prepare To Abandon Ship!


Lim Kit Siang had obviously thought he had steered his party’s (ship) through rough waters when three (3) elected Malacca DAP had only one month ago quit the party. (here)

With the ink not yet dry from that news there is new revelation that there are more disgruntled DAP members who have elected to abandon ship. (here)

Lim Kit Siang may have passed the first defections off as flukes, but he will not be able to brush the most recent ones away so easily.  He will have to now examine his decisions over the last couple of years, in particular his decision to tag team up with Tun Mahathir the DAP’s long time nemesis.

The old saying may be true that politics make for strange bed fellows, but having Tun Mahathir as their bed fellow is too much for many in the DAP to digest.  It is as if they are told to ingest and enjoy the taste of sour milk.

Even though Lim Kit Siang has found a way to make Mahathir palatable others may not be able to stomach their (Kit Siang, Mahathir) bromance.


Could it be the budding bromance that is causing members to leave the DAP or is that just another miscalculation made by Kit Siang?.

Maybe there are those in the DAP who are tired of the Lims (Lim Kit Siang Lim Guan Eng) trying to create their dynasty by treating the party (DAP) like their own personal fiefdom to do as they please.

Then again, there could those in the DAP who feel that all of the gains made after the 13th general election are steadily deteriorating as a result of Lim Kit Siang and Tun Mahathir’s relentless attacks on Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak

Those attacks seem to have nothing to do with ‘Saving Malaysia’ and more about saving their own plans from falling apart.

Lim Kit Siang may have gotten so caught up in what awaited him at the end of the rainbow (deputy Prime Minister/Finance Minister) that he completely missed the warning signs of discontent all around him.

That is that nature of dictators or megalomaniacs like Lim Kit Siang; they find difficult to see and even harder to admit that they are the problem even as water rises to his ankles and shouts of ‘Man The Lifeboats’ echoing in the wind!


Pakatan Harapan; Political Marriage In Name Only!


Pakatan Harapan is a collection of political parties whom under different circumstances would be trying to devour each other.

In it you have the Lim Kit Siang and the DAP who loathe the PKR deputy president Datuk Seri Mohammed Azmin Ali because he was selected as the Selangor Menteri Besar instead of their choice Datuk Wan Azizah Ismail.

DAP view Wan Azizah as an easier target to manipulate and therefore wanted her as the Selangor Menteri Besar.

Then you have both the PKR president (Datuk Wan Azizah Ismail) and deputy president Datuk Seri Mohammed Azmin) who are having what amounts to an ongoing cold war because.  This cold war steams from the fact the Selangor Menteri Besar (Azmin Ali) believes that he and not Wan Azizah should lead PKR, which is why he tested the waters last year to see if he had enough party support to challenge her.

Wan Azizah was made aware (as she may not have had a clue) that Azmin tried to mount a challenge for the PKR presidency.  She may also now know that Azmin and others compromising PKR leadership secretly want her husband (Datuk Anwar Ibrahim) to stay in prison.

Looking more into this bad marriage we have the DAP and Amanah.  For the DAP, Amanah is a prize you get that you do not really want.

For all of Lim Kit Siang’s disdain for the principles of PAS, he would still prefer to have PAS than Amanah.  The DAP only accepted Amanah because they believed that they could sure up their Malay base support after PAS left the previous coalition.  Unfortunately for Kit Siang and the DAP, Amanah failed to do their part to attract Malays.

It was probably Amanah’s failure to attract Malays which prompted Lim Kit Siang to try and offer PAS president Hadi Awang an olive branch. (here)

Adding to the marital mix you have Tun Mahathir who never liked Lim Kit Siang, but due to his (Mahathir) own lack of political strength has been forced to suppress years of dislike because he needs Chinese votes.

The same holds true for Lim Kit Siang; he never dreamed a day would come when he would be forced to work with Tun Mahathir; a man he spent most of his political career lambasting.  However, Kit Siang still needs Malay votes and believes/believed that Mahathir could provide them.

However the political intrigue/prostitution does not stop there.

One could even speculate that Mahathir’s willingness to toss to the side former deputy Prime Minister now his party (PPBM) president (Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin) only proves that Muhyiddin like Amanah are not significant in the grand scheme of both Tun Mahathir and Lim Kit Siang.

For the public; Pakatan Harapan tries to give the impression that all is well.

There is Lim Kit Siang who refuses to comment on BMF so as to not place Tun Mahathir in an uncomfortable situation. (here)

And there is Tun Mahathir, who does not discuss Penang mansion prices.

Away from public view Pakatan Harapan plus one (PPBM) know all is not well.

The DAP, PKR, Amanah and Pribumi know that their politically marriage is in name only.

They also know that an off comment, backing the wrong Bill (RUU355) or criticism could cause any of the partners to walk out of the door!

Lim Kit Siang’s Opposition is starting to Feel the Heat!


The DAP-led opposition is starting to feel the heat and summer hasn’t even arrived.

March is not half way through and yet one could almost sense that Lim Kit Siang’s DAP-led opposition is starting to feel the pressure of not only having a viable Prime Minister candidate, but also because they do not have not nor have they in any sense of the word articulated a clear policy for the nation.

And no, scraping the GST does not count as an innovative policy; doing so would only be measure to temporarily placate the public.

Like their invisible choice for Prime Minister, the DAP-led opposition would also like to give the impression that they will a plan for the nation only after they are voted into to office.

The problem with that is, once in office they will come up with multiple excuses to why they cannot implement any of their programs.

In doing so they would claim that they present government is responsible for there being no funds available to accomplish their plans.

With policy to speak of, it appears to some that all Lim Kit Siang’s DAP-led opposition wants is to first get voted in and figure the rest out while on the job.

However the drawback to that thinking is Malaysians do not want their leaders getting on the job training (OJT) at their expense; Malaysians want continuity and experience

The only experience that the DAP-led opposition seems to offer is their experience in opposing and fabricating.  Those are the traits that opposition has plenty, which is precisely why they failed to have any victories in the past three elections held in Malaysia.

Malaysians by far and wide are beginning to tire of the DAP-led opposition game of empty shell politics; acting tough, but having no substance.

The Saudi King’s recent visit along with the positive aftermath shows that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s is carrying out exactly what Malaysians want from their leader; someone who is able to continue to bring economic prosperity to Malaysia. (here)

Bringing positive results to Malaysia marks the significant difference between Prime Minister Najib Razak and his (Lim Kit Siang’s DAP-led opposition, Tun Mahathir) detractors.

Prime Minster Najib Razak brings projects which equate to economic prosperity for Malaysia.

Lim Kit Siang’s DAP-led opposition and Tun Mahathir have only worked to place Malaysia in a negative light globally. This was carried out by feeding foreign news portals lies and fabrications on the Prime Minister’s role in 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).

Then after creating this negative publicity, they wanted Malaysians to believe that it was the Prime Minister’s that was attracting media scrutiny.

Today, having lost the plot and with nothing to show from all their effort to remove the Prime Minister, Lim Kit Siang’s DAP-led opposition has to be feeling the heat.

They have nothing to offer the public in way of a potential electable Prime Minister candidate and only spew the same old rhetoric to try and deceive Malaysians into believing that they (DAP-led opposition) have something to offer beyond scarping the GST.

Taking everything into account, if they are feeling the heat now they will be in full blown meltdown after the date for the 14th general election is announced!

The Japanese fan lady (Datuk Wan Azizah Ismail) better prepare some extra fans for what is sure to be a long hot summer!

Pakatan Can’t Name What They Don’t Have!


Lim Kit Siang’s DAP-led Pakatan Harapan opposition is trying to give the impression that they are keeping their choice for Prime Minister close to vest. Perhaps they are doing this for the simple reason that there is no one from their camp that they can place before the public.

If they could trust Tun Mahathir and he were younger, then maybe they would showcase him as their choice.

However the problem with Mahathir is:

One: He has more political miles behind him than he has in front of him.

Two: Lim Kit Siang’s Pakatan opposition would be hard pressed and beyond desperate to trust a younger Mahathir.

And here’s why… 

Let’s look at the story of Mahathir and Lim Kit Siang’s secret deal to make the later deputy Prime Minister/Finance Minister and Mukhriz Mahathir Prime Minister.

If this (not so) secret deal is true, then the opposition clearly sees how Mahathir is willing to screw over his own party member (former deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin) just to get what he wants; Mukhriz as Prime Minister.

At the same time, Pakatan Harapan sees how Kit Siang is willing to screw them over as well in order to secure a top post for himself, if election fortunes turned his way.

What all of this means is that neither Tun Mahathir nor Lim Kit Siang can be trusted when their vested interest are at stake.

This overt willingness to screw one’s own party or coalition has to have the elder politicians wondering about any deal made between each other as both men know that they could be the next in line to be screwed if they did not watch their rear end.

All of this covert backstabbing taking place within Pakatan and coalition partners means that they have squandered the time they needed to find an acceptable person that could present before the media and as their choice for Prime Minister.

Datuk Wan Azizah Ismail has never seriously fit the bill; although her name popped up for a few moments in 2016 just to keep Pakatan Harapan in the news.

What about Azmin Ali and those in Amanah?

The DAP does not particularly like Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali so that pretty much precludes him from any serious consideration while those in Amanah are largely seen as the DAP’s Malay props.

This then brings us back to Mahathir along with Muhyiddin Yassin and Mukhriz Mahathir.

As mentioned earlier, Mahathir’s age (91) makes him less than a viable candidate.  Muhyiddin Yassin is damaged goods and the only thing Mukhriz has going for him is having the name Mahathir following his.

What about the DAP?

Lim Kit Siang no doubt hopes that by some quirk in the universe, he could slip in under that radar and become both deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minster; as he knows that latter position is very powerful.

However leaving Kit Siang’s personal political aspirations aside, the central question still remains:  Who is Pakatan Harapan’s choice for Prime Minister and why have they been silent on the issue?

There are those who would say within their silence rest the answer; Pakatan can’t name what they don’t have!