TTF: Dear Lim Guan Eng,
A month or two ago, someone very close to you met me and revealed that you were the victim of bullying back in your school days.
Now, I know it’s very unbecoming of me to bring something like this up in public spheres, but let me assure you, that the reason I’m doing so is to highlight the possibility that you may be suffering from a hidden psychotic disorder.
Even your friend seems to think so.
At the rate you’re going around pouring scorn over Najib and Jho Low and his dog and cat, I think the condition has worsened and may require some serious medical intervention.
I mean, nobody could possibly hate others as much as you do.
Perhaps you’re subconsciously out on a vendetta against the whole world simply because the world was unfair to you when you were young.
Think about it.
You’re the Minister of Finance.
As Minister of Finance, you do not go around pointing fingers at others, saying, “It’s all your fault this is happening. I hate you.”
I mean, that’s probably the kind of thing a puny kid in primary school would say whenever a bully beats him up or steals his lunch money.
Were you that puny kid, Guan Eng?
Is it true what your friend told me, that you were traumatised by kids in school who called you names and roughed you up for being “lembap?”
Do you still have unresolved issues with those kids, Lim?
Could it be that those kids were named Jho Low and Najib?
Would it help if I were to provide you with effigies of Najib and Low to beat the stuffing out of them?
Do get back to me on this, Lim.
I’m truly concerned about the state of your mind and can’t see you suffering like this anymore.
I’m always here for you whenever you need me and am willing to spend time listening to all your grouses.
All I ask is that you find a way to put your past behind and concentrate on being Minister of Finance, not Minister of Blame or Minister of 1MDB.
Mahathir needs you, Lim.
Without you, he’d have no one to take blame for the sorry state of economic affairs ever since Pakatan Harapan formed government following the 14th general election (GE14).
KUALA LUMPUR: The corporate tax rate cannot be reduced while the level of national debt remains high, says Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.
“I personally think that corporate tax should be lowered. But looking at the country’s financial status now, we cannot lower corporate tax. We still have 1MDB debts to pay,” he said at a special luncheon organised by the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Malaysia’s (ACCCIM) on Friday (July 20).
“We could have had good news for corporate tax in the coming Budget 2019 – but Jho Low and his gang took it away,” quipped Lim.
“But I can assure you, we will not let him go. No matter where he goes, we will follow him,” he said.
The luncheon was held in conjunction with the ACCCIM annual general meeting.
Source: The Star Online