Thursday, 27 October 2011
I am really wondering why there is seemingly a concerted political cross hair trained on Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.
Those who stand steadfast by the ABU principle must be thinking that this young chap must being doing some great stuff in Penang to warrant such undue attention from the so-called cybertroopers as well as segments of the MSM.
Ever since my Uncle quit his job and moved to Alor Star, I have not been to Penang so I wouldn’t know how things are there.
It used to be quite the knotty place for especially the have-nots (mostly Malays); squatter homes crammed in between spanking new roads, high rises and commercial developments. Hell, things could still be the same, for all I know.
After all, every now and then some opposing politician from Penang (or elsewhere) shouting that LGE is Anti-Melayu.
Maybe he is, maybe he’s not. I do not know LGE personally enough to judge.*
BUT I can feel his anger and rage that his son is being picked on. By people who have all the clout, the standings, the what not.
Mere denial is not enough, they say. There must something there, they insinuate.
This despite being caught – literally – guilty of pasting the picture of a total stranger as the alleged victim of a make believe molest case against her.
Even verifiable facts are cast aside.
Which makes me now damn convinced that LGE is the real deal of a threat to Umno.
Not Anwar, who used to be the Pakatan Rakyat’s glue and cement to pepper the cracks between two opposing political force of DAP and PAS.
Of course, as a Muslim, I wish and pray for Allah to give LGE the hidayah to embrace Islam as his Ad Din.
Now THAT would shut them up for good.
For the moment though, LGE has my support in his quest to get the bully off his son’s back.
* I have covered his dad, though on countless occasion.
Once, when I was the only non-Chinese daily covering his function, I had the DAP stalwart all to myself for a lengthy interview, and I could see the twinkle in his eyes that seems to say: “Are you sure your article will get published, young man?”
He was wrong. It did and was in fact on the reading (odd numbered) page.