Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Oon His Knees Bowing, Hail DAP, Good Riddance Tunku (Part 2)

PART 2: OON YEOH, THE LOYAL DAP LACKEY












His blog is called the Oon Yeoh New Media Guy, this is the link that reveals hides his rocking love for the DAP entitled "3 Hot Days in Penang - Day 1 (DAP Rocks Penang)" -

The missing link is here.

Rocking DAP pics by Oon, the DAP lackey. I like the caption on this one. Caesar Lim arriving.













"Guan Eng arrives in style, carried by supporters from one end of the padang all the way to the stage."

This closet DAP sycophant writes about ex-DAP vice-chairman, Tunku Abdul Aziz and the DAP PR disaster, who, unwanted for an honest view, Tunku Aziz quits DAP.

The lackey calls it, "Irreconcilable differences".

Trying to be smart it only shows toady Oon to be a toad.

If of an honorable man who espouse observing the rule of law, the irreconcilable difference is one who would do otherwise, encouraging transgression of the law.

Here is someone who probably could not get anyone to speak for him and Tunku Aziz obliging a fellow DAP man,
"I don’t know the man personally. The closest interaction I’ve had with him was when he gave the opening speech at the launch of my book Najib’s First 100 Days in mid-2008"


And like leaders of the opposition, Oon Yeoh lies thru his bloody teeth, "Najib 1st 100 days: honeymoon or not?"
GERAK BUDAYA invites you to a book launch, Najib’s First 100 Days – No Honeymoon, by Oon Yeoh. This book will be launched by Tunku Abdul Aziz, a senator and former president of the Malaysian chapter of Transparency International on:

Date : August 12, 2009 (Wednesday)
Time : 8.00 pm – 10.00 pm
Venue : Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall
No. 1, Jalan Maharajalela, 50150 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia



Ulasan Buku: Najib's first 100 days-no honey moon -
Tarikh/Tahun, Terbit: 2009


Come on lah toad, trying to dissociate yourself from Tunku Aziz and do some hiding ah?

That should suffice but I have to give him a kick up his backside.

Oon toad, you wrote -
"Rather, Hong believes that “the Tunku not only appears to be out of step with his party but also out of touch with public sentiment”. I think this is spot on.
If obeying the law is out of touch with public sentiment, you are the type of public person I will avoid with a 20 foot pole.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Who is Oon Yeoh? Well, he is a blardy prostitute.

JoePublic