Sunday, October 18, 2009

Serious allegation against MCA's new No 2

Malaysiakini - Gift to health minister's wife: Police urged to probe!

Newly minted Deputy President of MCA Liow Tiong Lai, who is also the Minister of Health, is implicated in an alleged scandal reported by a Malaysia-Today (M2D) article. A police report on the M2D article has been lodged.

The article published chapter and verse, even down to the number of pubic hair involved (figuratively speaking of course, wakakaka) on an alleged 'gift' of a car to the wife of Health Minister.

The alleged donor was named as construction firm Axis Construction Sdn Bhd (ACSB), which has figured prominently in the list of contracts awarded by the Health Ministry.

I first saw this allegation on Facebook which had obviously taken the information from M2D, and before I could say Karn-Neen-Nare, it’s already published on Malaysiakini and The Malaysian Insider.

As usual, more so with an ugly allegation against the new MCA No 2 man, The Star Online plays 3 wise monkeys.

And need I have to say anything more on the other government mainstream mouthpieces with regards to their similar tri-simian behaviour on an allegation of such scandalous proportion against the newly minted No 2 man in the 2nd biggest component party in BN?

Would their 'silence is golden' stand be an indirect indication of UMNO's support for Liow?

That’s the gift of the Net to us, at 300,000,000 metres per second, any allegation is spread like a cosmic wildfire. But the credit (if at all any, assuming the allegation is true in the first place) has to go to Raja Petra Kamarudin and his portal, Malaysia-Today.

Apparently the whistle blower signed himself off, either mischievously or pointedly, as ‘Ong Tee Keat supporter’.

Fatal purity to its fatal end?


  1. Only 3 wise monkeys?

    There is a 4th:-- "Admit No Evil"

  2. i don believe liow is such person. don believe such lies. it's as if anwar a sodomizer.

  3. Yeah, it's truly amazing how the internet has turned the whole world into a giant reality show. Before the advent of the net people can still hide things. But not anymore. Public figures are outed and frog-marched into being transparent whether they want to or not!

    Even couples cannot have sex privately anymore, in what they think is the security of their room with door and windows closed and the curtain drawn. Thanks to tiny, easily-concealed cameras their every action, in artistic slo-mo even, is broadcast via the net for the whole world to marvel at even before the couple had finished putting their clothes back on!

    Thus, has technology turned the world on its head.