DAP is a true-blue Lee Kuan Yew off-spring

The DAP this morning demonstrated the true colours of being a PAP off-spring here in Malaysia. Seretary General Lim Guan Eng parroted what Singapore Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew’s words about Malaysia in the Dewan Rakyat.

In the recent visit, Lee complained about Malaysia’s infrastructure and under-developmentness. Far worse than that, he explicitly touched on the unsubstantiated claims against Malaysia’s internal politics.

“In referrence to the recent Lee Kuan Yew visit. Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak would not give any assistance to Penang because Lee said that even under Gerakan, Federal Government did very little for Penang. I challenge PM Dato’ Seri Najib should prove Lee wrong”, the Penang Chief Minister said in a press coference at the Parliament lobby. Upon making this statement, Lim is defacing the maruah of the nation to an ultra arrogant tyrant of a little red dot city-state island off the coast of the southern most tip of continent Asia.

Being his usual kurang ajarness self, the former Prime Minister and PAP Secretary General come to Malaysia and conveniently insult the host and trying to teach how Malaysians to run this country. In any culture, it is most rude when a guest insults the host and try teaching the latter how to run his or her household. It is undoubtably an insult to the maximum from someone who ought to be statesman and behave in the mannerism befitting as one. Once a tyrant, Lee has actually done this over and over again in many countries. The irony is that, being a Chinese ethnic, he has not been invited in many places in China for his incurable and incorrigible kurang ajarness habit.

This is definitely something that a member of the Singapore Cabinet should never do. More over, when he is visiting the said country. Not only he unilaterally broke the ASEAN covenant of non-interference to a neighbour’s domestic politics, Lee Kuan Yew should observe his presence in Malaysia being accorded with a full diplomatic and visiting statesman status. This kurang ajarness could escalate into an ugly diplomatic conflict between very close neighbours.

What Lee Kuan Yew did and said during the eight day ‘walkabout’ could actually worsen what easily could be a volatile relationship between the two countries, which in the past have seen several ‘discomfort’ stance. The Chinese Chauvisnism that Lee demonstrated in this visit to a Malay hinterland is unacceptable. In fact, a current Political Secretary to a Pakatan Rakyat Menteri Besar and now PKR YB once blogged on Lee Kuan Yew’s racism. This proves the point that beng a lackey, the Chief Chauvinist DAP Chief Minister is magnifying the diplomatic level insult that the PAP Supremo is making.

DAP being an off-spring and Singapore’s anti-Malay ‘representative’ is very clear. Firstly, DAP carried on PAP’s anti-Federal Constitution campaign of “Malaysian, Malaysia”; to ask the dissolution of specific provisions for the Malays such as Article 153 of the Federal Constitution.

Then, continuously there is no Malay office bearers in the composition of DAP Leaders. This pattern is exactly like how the Malays are regarded in Singaporean politics. At best, former MTUC President Ahmad Nor was once made the DAP Vice Chairman. Even that, was not for long. In fact, when Lim Guan Eng assumed the premiership of Penang after the 12th General Elections, no Malay official was given a political appointment on a DAP ticket.

How the DAP run their organisation is very much reflective of their ‘parent’. Both parent and bastard son advocate and jealously protect their ‘dynasty’. Lee Kuan Yew’s eldest son Brig Gen (NS) Lee Hsien Loong was appointed Minister of State of Trade and Industry in 1984 (at the age of 32), six years before his father retired. In 1986, he was the Acting Minister of Trade and Industry and Minister of Defense II. That means the current Singapore Prime Minister and PAP Secretary General served as a Cabinet member to his father for four whole years!

Same with Lim Kit Siang. Son Lim Guan Eng was elected as Melaka MP in 1986, when the father was still DAP Chief Executive. Had the DAP was in power back then, rest assured Lim Guan Eng would have been given executive position. Now, while the father is still very much active in mainstream politics and as an elected representative, Lim Guan Eng is the DAP Secretary General.

The dynastic behaviour of both families is also very similar. Lee Kuan Yew’s second son, Brig. Gen. (NS) Lee Hsien Yang was made the SAF Director of Operations in his raw age of early thirties. By the time he was 38, he was already the CEO of major Singaporean GLC, Singtel. Lee Kuan Yew’s daughter in law was once the Temasek CEO. Lim Kit Siang’s daughter in law was once a DAP State Assemblywoman in Melaka.

The ‘Thirteen million Ringgit’ (or SG Dollar – which ever is applicable) question: aren’t there any other personalities besides the Lees and Lims, worthy enough to be considered and assume leadership and play strategic roles in their respective turfs?

The DAP, exactly as the parent PAP, are suffering from this acute incurable phobia when the Malays are united. Despite that Ketuanan Melayu is constitutional and not repressive of anyone’s rights. The fact is that, the Malays are very tolerantand accomodative  towards immigrants, to a point where the immigrant behave unbecoming of an accepted guest.

The autocratic pattern of both ‘control freak’ dynasties is very clear. If and when DAP is given power, they will definitely ‘rule and opress’, just like Singaporean PAP did. DAP is now emulating the parent; as a minority, insult the majority as much as one possibly can.

Published in: on June 17, 2009 at 23:54  Comments (15)