Superman Hew’s appointment meant to shift conversations away from ECRL

TTF: Superman Hew, known for his tirades of abuse against UMNO and the Malay-Muslims, was appointed the new chief executive officer of the Malaysia-China Business Council (MCBC) (see news item below).

Now, you’re reading this, hoping that Raggie Jessy Rithaudeen will somehow hurl brickbats at the foul-mouthed ‘caped crusader’ while giving him the Bronx cheer.

But I’m going to do nothing of that sort.

I keep saying, that if you’re pissed about something Pakatan does, it’s likely deliberate.

Remember, Azmin Ali, Mahathir and Lim Guan Eng are a hundred times more politically seasoned than you are and know precisely how to tick you off.

They pushed for Hew’s appointment to shift the conversation away from something they do not want you to focus on.

And that something has the initials E-C-R-L stamped on it.

You see, Mahathir, Lim Guan Eng and Azmin Ali did a marvellous job checkmating themselves in their desperate bid to checkmate everyone else.

Yesterday, I wrote:

When you have three cabinet ministers attending one cabinet sitting and issuing multiple conflicting statements, it’s beyond mistakes or blunders.

It’s stupidity.

The Third Force is due to present a complete analysis of that stupidity complete with a crucial expose latest by tomorrow morning.

I was forced to delay the expose when “an informant” chucked a new set of evidences onto my desk early this morning.

Rest assured, don’t waste too much time whining about this fellow’s appointment or that fellow’s appointment, and understand, that if you’re pissed about an appointment, it’s deliberate.

In a couple of days, I will organise a press conference to reveal what Mahathir and gang are hiding from you.

PETALING JAYA: Former DAP member Hew Kuan Yau has been appointed as the new chief executive officer of the Malaysia-China Business Council (MCBC).

Tan Kok Wai, who is Malaysia’s special envoy to China, said the appointment is effective from Feb 1.

“MCBC is a government-linked organisation with its Chinese counterpart, the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) in China.

“The appointment is to further promote and strengthen business cooperation between Malaysia and China in order to benefit the economic development of the country,” he said in a statement on Wednesday (Jan 30).

He resigned from DAP in July 2016 after receiving flak over his Facebook post stating that “The South China Sea belongs to China. Don’t oppose China just because you’re anti-communist”.

Tan noted that Hew is an expert on China, given his decade-long business management experience in China.

“He studied in Guangzhou and Hong Kong and has a PhD in History from the Chinese University of Hong Kong,” he said.

Tan also noted that Hew is a competent candidate for the position for his good grasp and understanding of international diplomacy following his experience and engagement with the International Union of Socialist Youth (IUSY), an international youth NGO with the United Nations.

MCBC was established in 2002, aimed at forging strong ties to benefit the business communities of Malaysia and China.

The government-linked organisation serves as a platform for Malaysian businessmen in China and vice versa to discuss and resolve bilateral issues.


It also promotes partnerships between Malaysian and Chinese entrepreneurs and provides information on business and investment opportunities to its members.

Former leaders of MCBC included former MCA chairman Tan Sri Ong Ka Ting and former deputy prime minister Tun Musa Hitam, who served as its chairmen in 2011 and 2004 respectively.

Source: The Star Online

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