"You guys really came after me in 1993. Remember, remember? Couldn't catch me, right? Boy was I good"
I am starting to believe Lim Guan Eng, the great leader and Chief Minister of Penang.
Allegations of affairs of the heart aside, the great leader still has faith in the brother, Anwar Ibrahim.
The great leader should know, he had enquired into affairs concerning the DAP anointed PM, Anwar Ibrahim.
Believe the great leader, don't believe this article, "KORUPSI, KOLUSI & NEPOTISME – THE ANWAR WAY".
If in doubt, read this very thought provoking Aliran article, "Where have all the capitalists gone?" -
By early 1997, Malaysia’s leading corporations included a number of firms controlled by Bumiputeras, almost all of whom were well-connected to one of the then three most powerful politicians in Malaysia – Mahathir, then deputy prime minister and finance minister Anwar Ibrahim, and then government economic advisor Daim Zainuddin. The Malays in control of major firms included Halim Saad, Tajudin Ramli, Wan Azmi Wan Hamzah, Samsudin Abu Hassan, Hassan Abas, Ahmad Sebi Abu Bakar and Amin Shah Omar Shah, who were closely associated with Daim; Ishak Ismail, Mohamad Sarit Yusoh, Kamaruddin Jaafar, Kamaruddin Mohd Nor and Rashid Hussain, who were linked with Anwar; while those who were close to the prime minister included his sons, Mirzan and Mokhzani Mahathir, as well as the late Yahya Ahmad, Basir Ismail and Mohd Noor Yusof.The Socialistmalaysia article above also mention personalities connected to Anwar Ibrahim, but they are unsubstantiated.
Also don't believe another, "Anwar Ibrahim - The Master Conspirator". It's about MRCB, Realmild, NSTP, TV3 and stuff like that. It is also unsubstantiated.
Must be lies.
Believe the great leader.
You see, the great leader of Penang but not from Penang, needing to clear the air made these statements and questions the Finance Minister at the time -
Mengapa Real Mild semasa membeli NSTP dan TV3 tidak payah diwajibkan membuat general offer kepada pemegang-pemegang saham minoriti? Adakah kerana syarikat ini dimiliki oleh kawan-kawan karib Yang Berhormat Menteri Kewangan.The great leader of Penang's father and DAP supremo, Lim Kit Siang, was also concerned at the same time -
Kalau macam ini saya rasa Suruhanjaya Sekuriti harus ditubuhkan, didirikan, diberikan kuasa untuk mengawal syarikat-syarikat yang tidak ada hubungkait dengan kawan-kawan karib Yang Berhormat Menteri Kewangan. - Lim Guan Eng, Eighth Parliament Third Session, 29hb Julai 1993.
Oleh kerana Suruhanjaya Sekuriti bertanggungjawab mengenai perkembangan kedudukan sekuriti-sekuriti, saya harap bahawa kita boleh mendapati apa pendirian Securities Commission mengenai siri, dengan izin, corporate move yang berlaku baru-baru ini yang melibatkan beberapa unsur:Like that how not to have faith in the great leader of Penang, the DAP and it's supremo, Lim Kit Siang?
Yang pertama, managment buy-out RM800 juta, The New Straits Times dan TV3 oleh empat orang wartawan yang memihak kepada Menteri Kewangan yang melibatkan Rael Mile (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. (sic) - Lim Kit Siang, Eighth Parliament Third Session, 29hb Julai 1993.
Now they have anointed as prime minister, the tried and tested former Finance Minister at the time in question, non other than Anwar Ibrahim himself.
Anwar must have passed their test.
The great leader of Penang, in reiterating Anwar as the anointed one, wants Anwar as PM to curb the budget deficit, after being tested and now tried more than once.
I must say, the great leader of Penang is certainly prime minister material himself.
He always projects himself as the boss, and of course, that could happen.
You never know.
Just cannot put a finger on it but somehow my previous post keeps bugging me when writing this post.
The part about Anwar being appointed Selangor state economic advisor keeps coming to mind.