Is Kit Siang training his guns at PDRM to protect his son?

“Lim Kit Siang tried to shift the conversation towards the elephant that wasn’t in the room, i.e., the Royal Malaysian Police, by suggesting that the government nabbed the sharks “roaming around” in the force” – RJ Rithaudeen. Source (pic): TTF Files

Kit Siang told PH to “let the first year of the Harapan government in Putrajaya be the year of the kleptocrats” and the second year be “the year against sharks in the war against corruption.”

But if indeed the first year was the “year of (global) kleptocrats,” shouldn’t the second year be the “year of the state kleptocrats,” i.e., those in state governments responsible for turning certain Malaysian states into “satate kleptocracies?”

Kit Siang’s son, Lim Guan Eng aka Nobita, stands accused of having architected a multibillion dollar undersea tunnel project that was nothing but a huge smokescreen billowed from his previous office in Komtar to mask a massive land scam deal.

Should that not be Pakatan’s focus during its second year in government?


PETALING JAYA: There is a saying, that when one has blundered, it is best that he (or she) starts afresh by looking the other way.

That was probably the guiding principle to Lim Kit Siang’s recent rant about the need for Pakatan Harapan to go “against the ‘sharks’ in the war against corruption.”




Perhaps it has to do with the fact that the the senior Lim is being whacked left, right and centre by netizens for running away from a debate challenge he himself accepted.

It all began with an interview that Free Malaysia Today (FMT) held with Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak in which the former premier noted how Kit Siang seemed “free enough to write multiple satements every day.”

“I answered Lim every time he made a statement, to the point of giving him the title of ‘Minister of Najib Affairs’ in one posting.

“So I think it is better to debate with Lim,” he told the news portal.

To this, Kit Siang replied that the debate should have to do with kleptocracy and proposed that the title be “How Malaysia became a global kleptocracy and how we can become a leading nation of integrity”

But it didn’t take long for him to back out despite Najib’s agreement on the title and willingness to go along with his terms.

Offering up an excuse, the senior Lim claimed the debate had the potential of triggering racial unrest and was therefore not worth pursuing.

But how and why this is was never made clear, though TTF did explain the stupidity to it all in an article (link below) that delves also into the real reason Kit Siang chickened out from the debate (do read it first before proceeding with this article).

Kit Siang is the new Charlie ‘Chicken’ Chickadie of Malaysia

In a nutshell, it makes no sense that the senior Lim found a debate on global kleptocracy to be a threat since he himself ran a near 365-days marathon accusing Najib of running just that – a global kleptocracy

Even his son ran a near 365-days marathon accusing Najib of being a kleptocrat.

And barely had the dust settled, Kit Siang tried to shift the conversation towards the elephant that wasn’t in the room by suggesting that the government nabbed the sharks “roaming around” in the police force.

His logic?

“Almost a decade ago, before the kleptocrats took over Malaysia, the sharks roamed the land.

“But while China was catching ‘tigers’ and Indonesia ‘crocodiles’, the sharks in Malaysia continued to enjoy immunity and impunity until they were replaced by the kleptocrats.

“Let the first year of the Harapan government in Putrajaya be the year of the kleptocrats, while the second the year against sharks in the war against corruption,” the senior Lim said.

See the problem?

If the first year was indeed the “year of (global) kleptocrats” i.e., those in the federal government responsible for turning Malaysia into a “global kleptocracy” – shouldn’t the second year be the “year of the state kleptocrats,” i.e,  those in state governments responsible for turning certain Malaysian states into “satate kleptocracies?”

Kit Siang’s son, Lim Guan Eng (aka Nobita), stands accused of having architected a multibillion dollar undersea tunnel project that was nothing short of a smokescreen billowed from his previous office in Komtar to mask a massive land scam deal.

The deal involved kickbacks promised to politicians, consultants and shareholders from Consortium Zenith Construction Sdn Bhd (Zenith), the holdings company overlooking the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) awarded the project.

Nobita himself is said to hold some stakes in the project and was promised a hefty cut as incentive to approve the parcelling out of state land as ‘payment’ for ridiculously priced studies and non-existent construction works.

The project bears every single element of “kleptocracy” in it, including “a government ruled by corrupt politicians who use their political power to receive kickbacksbribes, and special favors at the expense of the populace.”

Should that not be Pakatan’s focus during its second year in government?

Why, is Kit Siang exacting revenge on the police for arresting DAP division chairperson Loo Why Leong over the threat he issued to Jerantut OCPD Supt Mazlan Hassan via WhatsApp?

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