Saturday, December 22, 2018

ROOTS by Kun Tah & Kin Teh

MM Online - Has Lim Guan Eng forgotten his roots? by Tan Teik Cheng:

DECEMBER 21 — Has Lim Guan Eng forgotten his roots? He only dares to utter ‘don’t make it racial’ before Chinese community, but not before Tun Mahathir and the Malays.

In order to retaliate against MCA, Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng has lost his rationality, and even fell into an incoherent situation. From Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) to Koperasi Jayadiri Malaysia Bhd (KOJADI), Lim Guan Eng continues to lambast MCA.

However, Lim Guan Eng repeatedly utters the so-called "don’t make it racial" and "no politicisation" before MCA and the Chinese community right from the beginning till now. But the same set of theories and principles were never conveyed to Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir, the PPBM President and the Malay community.

When the government reduced the allocation for development purpose for TAR UC to RM30 million from RM60 million, Lim Guan Eng said that there is a need to separate politics and education and that the TAR UC funding issue should not be politicised. When the government cancelled the RM50 million allocation for Chinese Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and transferred it to the BSN management after persistent questioning by MCA, as well as the needs to separate political and business, he said that the allocation to Chinese SMEs should not be made into a racial issue.


When Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir said that “the Chinese are rich”, and that the government needs to support Bumiputeras with affirmative actions, Lim Guan Eng dared not ask the Prime Minister “to not make it a racial issue” nor “not to politicise”;

When the government organised the "Future of the Bumiputera Congress" for a single ethnic group, Lim Guan Eng did not protest against the government, nor said, “don’t make it a racial issue” but said "no politicisation". Instead, he endorsed the government by saying "what is wrong with holding the Bumiputera Congress?

When the government insisted on promoting the third national car, and the Entrepreneur Development Minstry also claimed that the development of domestically produced cars was to improve the Bumiputera’s economy. Neither did Lim Guan Eng dared say "do not make it a racial issue" and "no politicisation’’.

Lim Guan Eng did not cancel the allocation for Majlis Rakyat Malaysia (Mara) using the same logic of “do not make it a racial issue” and “no politicisation”. Instead, he was eager to announce that the allocation was not reduced.

can or not, 'Tuk? 

Lim Guan Eng has allocated a special grant of RM77 million to assist the Federal Land Development Authority (FELDA) in light of its cash flow problems. The beneficiaries were mainly Bumiputeras. However, Lim Guan Eng did not say “don’t make it a racial issue” and “no politicisation” on the matter.

I am grateful that Lim Guan Eng does not consider himself as a Chinese, because if he says that he is a Chinese, he would be selling out the Chinese and pleasing another community. I will be ashamed of him!


  1. In line with the mocking tone.....has Tan Teik Cheng forgotten MCA was TOTALLY wiped out in Penang? Has he figured out why yet?

    I had to google REALLY hard to find out who this person is....
    He was a one-time time assemblyman who barely won his state seat way back in 2004 in Penang. He must have done a really bad job because DAP took over in 2008, 2013 and 2018, and MCA was totally rejected not only by Penangites but by Malaysians all over.

    On the flip-side Guanee took over as CM in 2008 till 2018 and is now a powerful Finance Minister. Where is Tan Teik Cheng today?

    Tan Teik Cheng is a former Penang state assemblyman for the N.15 State Legislative Assembly of Padang Lalang , Bukit Mertajam parliamentary constituency, Penang (2004-2008). He became Seberang Perai MCA chief.
    In the 2004 general election, Tan Teik Cheng ( Barisan Nasional / MCA ) won 7,567 votes, barely beating Tan Kim Hooi ( DAP ) 7,032 votes.

    1. Powerful in the sense that eunuchs were also powerful.

      However, in DAP's case, konek masih ada but kena hisap konek orang tua, plus telan.

    2. Wakakakakakaka……

      Memang betul tentang konek orang tua!

      Tapi, orang tua tu siapa?

      Pagi moron of Manchester, mamak lah!

      Pagi u, lks ke!

      Kedua2 tongkat kaki, siapa tu tak bohong?

      100% semua bahi ayam!

    3. Not my style but staying in line with the language here before GE14 all the UMNO / BN carrots smoked the cigar of the Kleptocrat, believing and obeying his every lie. See what mess that got us into. Now after GE14 they all abandon that flavour and line up begging to smoke the vintage cigar of Bersatu.

    4. Eeeii you pun hisap konek Pribumi laarrr....

    5. Execuse me TS.. what kleptocrat? Where is the evidence that Najib stole RM42 Billion? What RM1.0 Trillion debt? It"s all PH's bullsh*t! A bullsh*t government would not last. It will be gone fast the way it was elected.

    6. Pray hard, VERY hard, to your god for that miracle to happen as u've claimed!

      5 yrs fast enough?

  2. I'm glad MCA men such as Tan Teik Cheng have finally found their voice to speak up... after 6 decades of silence.

    There is Hope yet for MCA...
    But one swallow does not make a summer.

  3. six of one half a dozen of the other, both immature adults, this is the one thing that really pisses me off about dap, mca and gerakan, you just have to turn around for a moment and the next thing you know they'll be taunting, bickering and mocking one another like overgrown children, hello, when is it time to get some work done that benefits the country

  4. Hahaha...lucu la this Ah Moc ! His kelentong hanya boleh di caya oleh first timer visiting here, provided the naive new visitor don't dig any further to reveal most of Ah Moc's spiel as usual resorts to reporting half truths, so typical of this dedak addict..deliberately spinning and putting quotes out of context. We know where you're coming from la, kepala hotak bapak kau, hehe.

    From LKS : ""DAP leaders never deny our ethnicity, but whether we are Chinese, Malays, Indians, Kadazans or Ibans, we are, even more important, Malaysians, which qualifies us to champion the rights and welfare of all Malaysians, regardless of race or religion." Ah Moc...just heard of Malaysian Malaysia ke ? wakakakka

    We all know who had been selling out the Chinese for decades. "MCA claims to champion the Chinese – but why have they been rejected so soundly and decisively in the 14th general election by the Chinese themselves'.