Lim Guan Eng, Chief Minister of Penang, ex ISA detainee

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VOTE FOR LIM KIT SIANG, LIM GUAN ENG, KARPAL SINGH, ANWAR IBRAHIM AND OTHER PRINCIPLED PAKATAN RAKYAT LEADERS!

In Perak, reject DAP candidates who are aligned to the current leadership.

Anything But DAP in Perak!

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PENANG: THE BATTLE FOR ITS CONTROL IS HEATING UP!

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Malaysiakini

Anti-Guan Eng protest illegal, say police

Police in Penang have declared as illegal last Friday’s protest over the ‘Allah’ issue by several non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

George Town OCPD Gan Kong Meng has confirmed receiving reports on the matter from state government representatives and a policeman from the Patani Road station.

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Gan said the matter would be investigated under Section 9 (1) of the Peaceful Assembly Act for organising a rally without a police permit.

No arrest has been made yet as police were identifying individuals and groups responsible for the protest.

Anti-Guan Eng protest illegal, say police

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Protesters taking part in a demonstration against Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng heading towards Komtar yesterday. Pic by Ramdzan Masiam

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“This is the action of gangsters and hoodlums. These people only know the language of hate and acts of violence,” he said.

Malaysian Insider

Penang slams protesters who tried to break Komtar doors

By Opalyn Mok
March 08, 2013

Demonstrators pushing against the glass door entrance to the state administration’s offices at level three of Komtar, Penang, March 8, 2013. – Picture by Opalyn Mok

GEORGE TOWN, March 8 – Protesters tried to break the glass doors leading to the state administration’s offices in Komtar today, earning the ire of the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) government.

The members of various Malay non-governmental organisations, were protesting against the “Allah” issue but were stopped from going to Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng’s office on Level 28, said security officials.

They proceeded to kick and hit at the doors to gain entry but failed, the officials added.

Condemning the violent actions of the group, Lim said whatever they want to protest against, they should not resort to violence.

Penang slams protesters who tried to break Komtar doors

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Malaysaikini

From Kajang prison to 28th floor of Komtar

INTERVIEW His detractors demonised him as “arrogant”, “dictatorial” and “a tokong”. His supporters lionised him as “plain-speaking”, “decisive” and “revered”. How one characterises Lim Guan Eng, Penang chief minister and DAP secretary-general, depends on one’s leanings.

You either love him or you resent him. Lim is a lightning rod for controversies; some real, some fantasised by bloggers and others fictionalised by his political opponents.

From the abyss of Kajang prison to the exalted office of the Penang CM on the 28th floor of Komtar in Georgetown, his journey was jolted with pitfalls and intoxicated with triumphs.

Despite his busy schedule, Lim granted us this brief interview.

Some excerpts

1 My time in prison helped me to understand suffering. When you suffer, you find yourself closer to God. Sometimes, growing through the pain draws you closer to God. Suffering is a necessary part of getting closer and knowing a little more about God.

2 What affects me… is how they try to take it out on my children and family. I have the right to protect my children.

3 You’ve got to accept the decision of the majority with the same good grace as when your views are accepted. Taking a vote can be very disruptive, but that’s rare.

4 We fear the people. We do the people’s bidding to make tomorrow a better place for them.


KC CHEE and FM Wong are lawyers based in Malacca.

From Kajang prison to 28th floor of Komtar

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Friday, 15 February 2013
1.45pm

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“Who threaten Psy?”

Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng demanded to know who threatened Psy and asked Barisan Nasional Penang Chairman Teng Chang Yeow to explain. Teng was reported to say that Psy was threatened and the Prime Minister was asked to leave the stage immediately after the tossing of yee sang ceremony.In a press conference at Komtar, media members were shown the video of the ceremony. It was pointed out that the Prime Minister even had time to take photos with his handphone during the ceremony. Lim also pointed out that Psy was also seen at a restaurant after his appearance at the Open House hosted by Barisan Nasional.

— at Komtar.

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“Teng’s statement on PM being threatened is irresponsible”

‘Safety of Prime Minister threatened’ was reported by Chinese media Sin Chew on Feb 14. In the report, Barisan Nasional Teng Chang Yeow from Gerakan was reported to say that people want to attack the PM and hence, the tossing of yee sang ceremony was cut short.Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng held a press conference at Komtar on Feb 15 regarding his concerns on this statement that the Prime Minister was being threatened during his trip to Penang.”Teng never withdraw his statement that the PM was threatened. Up to today, he has not withdrawn the statement that the Prime minister was threatened. Clearly Teng Chang Yeow is talking nonsense!” Lim said.Lim added, “Teng is giving a very bad impression about Penang which affects the reputation of Penang.”Lim also wants Teng to show where is the proof. “Even the police said there was no report on the PM being threatened. Where is the proof?” Lim asked.Teng was asked to ‘tarik balik’ (withdraw) the statement and apologise to the people.

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Malaysiakini

Guan Eng: There were no plans to sabotage PM

DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng has denied allegations that the party has arranged supporters to embarrass Prime Minister Najib Razak at the BN’s Chinese New Year open house on Monday in Penang.

“Do you mean to say that Najib shared his script – Are you ready for BN? – with the people beforehand?” asked Lim, who is Penang chief minister.

Lim Guan Eng at DAP AGM

“How do we know what Najib wanted to say? So were Pakatan Rakyat supporters also involved in top Korean superstar Psy’s refusal to toss the yee sang with the PM?” he queried.
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Many of the participants at the concert also wore the three colours that Lim had suggested – yellow for Bersih, green for the environment and red for change, which prompted the BN to allege that there was ‘sabotage’ involved that day.

However, those who wore those shades, including Bersih yellow T-shirts, were scattered across the field, while many wore red, including Umno members as it is their party colour.

“We didn’t organise any groups. If we had the money to organise such a thing, we would have invited Psy to perform,” said Lim, who attended the DAP Chinese New Year open house celebration in Relau.

“Please be logical, do not simply attack (us). I feel I do not want to talk about this. Let the people judge as those who were there on the field that day can tell. It was very clear that the people were not ready for BN”.

http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/221397

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*This was posted on 27 December 2012. It was as an observation about the examples set by Lim Kit Siang and Karpal Singh and a protest against the DAP state leaders of Perak.

A DILEMMA

Many of us are faced with a dilemma. We trust Lim Kit Siang, Karpal Singh and Lim Guan Eng but we don’t trust many of the others in the DAP.

I don’t trust Perak DAP.

The DAP has leaders who have undergone much suffering for sticking to their principles. Now, others desire power that they may then gain wealth…

Who are the models for DAP state leaders? Not Lim Kit Siang, Karpal Singh or Lim Guan Eng but those BN leaders who have accumulated wealth to add to their power?

Why has politics attracted so many scoundrels who claim to want to serve the rakyat but serve only their own interest?

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*This was posted on 28 December 2012

WHAT DO LIM KIT SIANG, KARPAL SINGH AND LIM GUAN ENG HAVE IN COMMON?

DETAINED BY THE UMNO CONTROLLED BN GOVERNMENT, THESE THREE STALWARTS OF DAP REMAIN INCORRUPTIBLE.

THEY ARE PRINCIPLED.

THE STRENGTH OF DAP IS BUILT ON THE PRINCIPLES AND SACRIFICES OF ITS KEY LEADERS, NAMELY LIM KIT SIANG, KARPAL SINGH AND LIM GUAN ENG.

ALL WERE PRISONERS OF CONSCIENCE.

HAVE TODAY’S DAP PERAK LEADERSHIP, NGEH AND NGA, EVER GONE TO PRISON? NO?

HAVE THEY NEVER EVER BEEN PRISONERS OF CONSCIENCE? NO. Christians should remember that the love or money is the root of evil.

 COULD WE HOPE THAT THEY WILL REMEMBER THAT THEY ARE HERE TO SERVE THE ELECTORATE?

1 Lim Kit Siang
Detention without trial
In 1969 Kit Siang was detained under the Internal Security Act for 18 months. Ten years later, in 1979, he was convicted of five charges under Official Secrets Act for exposing an inappropriate arms deal between the government and a Swiss company.

Lim was one of the people arrested during “Operation Lalang” in 1987 for inciting racism. He spent 17 months in prison under the Internal Security Act, which allows for two years of detention without trial at the pleasure of the Home Minister. The two-year sentence may, in practice, be extended indefinitely without any avenues for due process or appeal.

Lim Kit Siang – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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2 Karpal Singh
Karpal, along with many other opposition politicians, was detained without trial under the Internal Security Act during Operation Lalang in October 1987 for inciting “racial tension” in the country.He was released briefly (a few hours) in March 1988 in response to a habeas corpus application, but was rearrested and remained in prison until January 1989. Amnesty International deemed him a prisoner of conscience

Karpal Singh – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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3 Lim Guan Eng
Lim was arrested by the Malaysian police in 1994, following his criticism on the government’s handling of allegations of statutory rape in one of his constituents by former Chief Minister of the state of Melaka, Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik. Consequently, while the Attorney General decided not to press charges Rahim Thamby Chik, Lim was charged under Section 4(1) (b) of the Sedition Act 1948 for causing ‘disaffection with the administration of justice in Malaysia’. Lim was also charged under Section 8A (1) of the Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984 for ‘maliciously printing’ a pamphlet containing allegedly ‘false information’ because he had described the alleged rape victim as an ‘imprisoned victim’ because she was initially detained by Malaysian police without parental consent for 10 days. During the judicial procedure, Lim was quoted saying:

If I fail and have to go to jail, I have no regrets. I have no regrets of going down fighting for the principles of truth and justice. And pursuit of human rights, especially women’s rights. There can be no women’s rights if women rape victims are considered equally responsible, and even detained, whilst the accused remain free.

After a series of appeals, Lim was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment. He was, however, released after 12 months on August 25, 1999. Due to his incarceration, he was disallowed from standing for election to public office for a period of 5 years, and he was therefore ineligible to contest in the 2004 Malaysian General Election.

Lim Guan Eng – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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At Padang Mpsp Butterworth.

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Posted on 11 February 2013

VOTE FOR LIM KIT SIANG, LIM GUAN ENG AND PAKATAN RAKYAT!

I ask you: Vote for Lim Kit Siang, Lim Guan Eng and Pakatan Rakyat. I thought that the English was simple and plain enough but LOOK AT THIS!

youch!

My response: sigh…

*Disclaimer: I am not a member of any political party.In Perak, I vote for anyone BUT DAP.

Anything But DAP in Perak!

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When Lim Kit Siang speaks, LISTEN!

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LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON

LIM KIT SIANG has EARNED the right to speak and to be heard because he has gone to jail for his principles and for us, the Rakyat!

I have no hero but if I did, it would be Lim Kit Siang.

One of the tests of a good father is that his son is as highly principled. Lim Kit Siang is a good father. He has brought up his son well. Lim Guan Eng is a man of high principles just like his father.

Yet, having himself gone to jail more than once, and UNJUSTLY each time, it must have almost broken his heart to see his own son taken away to prison just as unjustly..

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Think about Guan Eng’s mother, whose heart was once again pierced so cruelly! First, it was her husband, and now her son! Think of Guan Eng’s wife!

Yet the son must choose his own path, and how could a good father stop his filial son from trodding the same path as he himself? Did Lim Kit Siang ever wonder how it was that his son inherited his determination to serve the Rakyat, and that his son also inherited his legacy: jail for standing up for the principles of Justice and Truth?

LIM GUAN ENG, like his father, has also earned the right to speak and to be listened to. He, too, has gone for jail for his principles and for fighting for the rights of the Rakyat.

He had said, “Even if I fail and have to go to jail, I have no regrets. I have no regrets of going down fighting for the principles of truth and justice.”

And off to prison he went!

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The men who put father and son in prison so unjustly are now *SUPER RICH and still powerful. Their wealth and power have gone on to their children! They are part of the BN-UMNO that wants us to vote them back into power. Their partners in injustice, corruptin and cronyism are still around, in the MCA, in the MIC…..

Barisan Nasional, the party that put Lim Kit Siang, Lim Guan Eng, Anwar Ibrahim and countless others unjustly in prison, want our vote.

ARE WE READY FOR BN? NO WAY!

ARE WE READY TO THROW BN OUT OF PUTRAJAY? YES, YES, AND YES!!!

VOTE FOR LIM KIT SIANG, LIM GUAN ENG AND PAKATAN RAKYAT, AND PUT BN OUT OF BUSINESS (YES, IT’S BUSINESS TO THEM!) IN PUTRAJAYA!

VOTE LIM GUAN ENG AND PR-DAP BACK INTO POWER IN PENANG!

*Footnote: Dr Mahathir put both Lim Kit Siang and Lim Guan Eng in prison. He heads one of the wealthiest families ever!

Former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Mahathir’s third son Datuk Mukhriz bin Tun Dr. Mahathir, 45, recently invited friends and celebrities to his new house

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Former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Mahathir’s third son Datuk Mukhriz bin Tun Dr. Mahathir, 45, recently invited friends and celebrities to his new house for a housewarming party.

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Lim Guan Eng – Ex-ISA detainee – Pt 1

Uploaded on Aug 17, 2009

In an exclusive interview, CM Lim Guan Eng shared what was life in the ISA and also prison. He was detained under the ISA in 1987 for 18 months when he was 26 years old. Then, in 1998, he was sentenced to 18 months in Kajang prison.

This is the first part of a two-part video.

Lim Guan Eng on ISA – Pt 2

Uploaded on Aug 18, 2009

In part two of the video, Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng talked about his detention in ISA and also the imprisonment in Kajang Prison. He revealed what it is like in ISA and also the prison.

Lim Guan Eng and his father, Lim Kit Siang, share quite a number of things in common.

One similarity is that both went to jail!

WRONGLY, in the view of many…

The Trial of Lim Guan Eng


Even if I fail and have to go to jail, I have no regrets. I have no regrets of going down fighting for the principles of truth and justice. And pursuit of human rights, especially women’s rights. There can be no women’s rights if women rape victims are considered equally responsible, and even detained, whilst the accused remain free. — Lim Guan Eng

There are injustices in the law which are mind-boggling … The lesson is clear – choose your rapist carefully … As a woman, especially a Muslim woman, I am angry, disgusted and ashamed … As a mother, I now have real fears for my daughter. What protection can we hope for our daughters if, in the interests of politics, a minor can so easily be sacrificed? — Marina Mahathir, daughter of the Malaysian Prime Minister

Lim Guan Eng is a Malaysian opposition politician who spoke out against the rape of a schoolgirl by a government minister. For speaking out Lim Guan Eng was sentenced to three years imprisonment, the schoolgirl to three years ‘protective custody’, the minister has so far not been charged. [The Choice, Radio 4, BBC, May 1998]
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Amnesty International has adopted Lim Guan Eng as a Prisoner of Conscience.


Sources of information

The Choice, Radio 4, BBC, May 1998

Malaysia: The trial of opposition parliamentarian Lim Guan Eng, Amnesty International

Malaysia: Opposition parliamentarian faces three-year prison sentence for speaking out for women’s rights, Amnesty International

For the whole article, click on the link:

The Trial of Lim Guan Eng

Lim Guan Eng
Wikipedia

Jailed under Sedition Act

Lim was arrested by the Malaysian police in 1994, following his criticism on the government’s handling of allegations of statutory rape in one of his constituents by former Chief Minister of the state of Melaka, Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik. Consequently, while the Attorney General decided not to press charges Rahim Thamby Chik, Lim was charged under Section 4(1) (b) of the Sedition Act 1948 for causing ‘disaffection with the administration of justice in Malaysia’. Lim was also charged under Section 8A (1) of the Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984 for ‘maliciously printing’ a pamphlet containing allegedly ‘false information’ because he had described the alleged rape victim as an ‘imprisoned victim’ because she was initially detained by Malaysian police without parental consent for 10 days. During the judicial procedure, Lim was quoted saying:

If I fail and have to go to jail, I have no regrets. I have no regrets of going down fighting for the principles of truth and justice. And pursuit of human rights, especially women’s rights. There can be no women’s rights if women rape victims are considered equally responsible, and even detained, whilst the accused remain free.

After a series of appeals, Lim was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment. He was, however, released after 12 months on August 25, 1999. Due to his incarceration, he was disallowed from standing for election to public office for a period of 5 years, and he was therefore ineligible to contest in the 2004 Malaysian General Election.

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When Lim Guan Eng was Imprisoned in 1998 – An Open Letter
Saturday, July 17, 2010

He went to prison in DEFENCE of an under-aged MALAY girl in the trial of statutory rape by an UMNO warlord

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Lim Guan Eng
Chief Minister, PenangQUOTE:

“….Dear Guan Eng

I am a MALAY with a family of my own.

I shall remember you as a CHINESE father who fought for the rights of a Malay grand-mother and her sexually abused grand-daughter.

I know that when you decided to take on the case, you knew the price for your action would be heavy for you and your family, personally and politically.

Today, you are still paying the price. You languish alone in prison.

Ironically, as in Nelson Mandela’s case, the longer they lock you up, the greater will be your stature, the more powerful the focus on the issues you fought for.

I also know that, all through this, you can look into the eyes of your wife, children and parents,and say, with deserved pride and honour, that “Guan Eng has not prostituted his dignity, decency and self-respect in the face of oppression and tyranny”…….”
- Narmi Saila
Petaling Jaya, Selangor
(1998)

The Other Voices on Malaysian Politics and Social Issues

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Penang: Glimpses of Hope 1/3 (with English Subtitle)

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LIM GUAN ENG, THE UNTOLD STORY

From Wong Ho Leng, MP for Sibu and State Assemblyman for Bukit Assek

Untold Story about Guan Eng

I had written 2 paragraphs about my visit to Guan Eng when he was serving his sentence in Kajang Prison. I made that visit in October 1998 together with Chong Siew Chiang.I had merely written that during that visit in Kajang Prison, Chong Siew Chiang and I had a heart to heart talk with Guan Eng for 1 hr. 45 minutes in respect of his legal case which had cost him his freedom, political office, professional career, pension and much else besides.

I had said that it was a sad but eventful meeting. I was economical in my words.

There is one aspect of my visit to Guan Eng that day that I did not write about. Actually, I could not write about it, because it was so, so humiliating and sad. I did not write about it because Kit Siang did not want me to see it. But I did see what Kit Siang desperately tried to let me not see it.

Kit Siang was supposed to drive us to Kajang Prison. He was busy that morning and our departure from our HQ was delayed a little. Kit Siang was speeding like nobody’s business. When we arrived at the Prison, we “checked” in at the office. It was at this time that I saw the prisoners walking out in their prison uniform for row calls at the wardens’ office. They had to squat in rows, every time and every day that they did so, and the prison wardens would call their numbers.

As I walked in, I saw the familiar face of a prisoner with an unfamiliar crew hair cut. He was squatting at the front row. Both his hands were placed over the back of his head …

We had a split second eye contact but I pretended not to see … It was very dissimilar to those other cases when I was required to visit the prison as a lawyer.

Half an hour later, we met. Kit Siang did not join us. I would not know where he had gone to. Guan Eng started by saying that he wanted me to send a message to Party members and supporters in Sarawak not to despair over his fate. “Tell them that they can break my back, but they cannot break my soul.”

As we discussed his case, I knew that he was not well at all. He was pale and complained of body pain. He also complained that he had not consumed sufficient salt, the food being tasteless. We were worried that his fragile body won’t take him through. We were concerned about his safety in there. He assured us that the inmates there had treated him alright, that they all knew that he was wronged.

It was unbelievable that even when he was at the pit of his life, he had his heart for the Party members, in our case, the comrades in Sarawak.

We told him our view about the legal case. It was clear to us that he was fated to sit behind bars for another 10 months. He knew as much. Royal pardon was out of question.

As Kit Siang drove us away from the Kajang Prison, he made sure that we had a taste of the signature food of Kajang town – satay. At the coffee shop, Kit Siang greeted the town folks who wished him well and to remain strong, but in his leaner body frame, I saw the pains that he had endured. Political adversaries had long accused him of cronyism and nepotism, and the building of a Lim dynasty. The fate of his son losing everything after standing up for a Malay girl who was raped by a Chief Minister, and having to languish in jail for 18 months, showed the cruelty and venom of those accusations.

Siew Chiang was habouring many questions inside his chest and it took a long time for him to break his silence. He asked Kit Siang why he was speeding desperately this morning. Kit Siang then told us. He wanted to make it to the Prison before the row call. If we had made it in time, our meeting could begin, and Guan Eng would not have to take part in the row call. During the row calls, the prisoner had to squat in a row, hands behind the head … As the father, Kit Siang did not want us to see his son in that moment of ultimate humiliation.

Siew Chiang told Kit Siang that he did not see Guan Eng in the row. I said I did not also. Then Kit Siang told us where Guan Eng was squatted. He sped, because he had not wanted us to see the ultimate humiliation to his son.

But I had sinned with my eyes.

The signature satay was tasteless to me amidst cries of injustice that innocent people had to suffer.

On our way home, there was hardly any communication between us. Our hearts were heavier than lead. In my mind, I saw the flashes of a prisoner, hands behind his head, his face so familiar, squatting in the row like other inmates. I repeatedly asked myself whether Guan Eng deserved this. Why should I see that moment in his life when his father had wanted me not to? But that was what it was, for Guan Eng had to endure that humiliation for 365 days.

It was after midnight in Kuching not long after Guan Eng’s release. We had finished our party function and all were hungry for supper. We found a little place in order to replenish our tummies. There was no food left except plain porridge. I ordered some, teasing Guan Eng that the porridge must be better than what he was used to in Kajang. Guan Eng cursed me for reminding him of what he had gone through.

That day about 2 weeks ago, when I stood for photograph with YAB Lim Guan Eng behind his Chief Minister’s desk in Penang, I recalled what I had seen of this man. From a humiliated prisoner, he had been vindicated by the powers in the people’s hands.

Much that YAB Lim had never responded to anything I said about his less than glamorous times behind bars, he will always remember the ultimate humiliation that a person had gone through. He will know the true meaning of justice.

In less than 10 years, God has shown YAB Lim Guan Eng the way. May YAB Lim now shower mercy and love to the great people of Penang.

28.3.2008

Penang: Glimpses of Hope 2/3 (with English Subtitle)

Penang: Glimpses of Hope 3/3 (with English Subtitle)

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9 Responses to Lim Guan Eng, Chief Minister of Penang, ex ISA detainee

  1. Pingback: PSY (GANGNAM STYLE) AT BARISAN NASIONAL PENANG DO! | weehingthong

  2. XXyyZZ says:

    hahaha … I guess when it comes to Irene Yow, simple basic English may not be adequate. You need to use crayons, sketches … you know, 7 year olds stuff. I mean, seriously, look at her, man. Anyway, I like it when she used the word, ‘Lalang’ as I am sure they are pretty adapt to it especially prior to 2008. Dulu ampu Gerakan and after GE12, tiba2 tukar pulak ke DAP …. bukan main lalang ni, parasit ni.

  3. Irene Yow. says:

    The above comment is the DEVIL SHADOW of this blogger. I dont’t know who you are. Don’t try to show off your ENHLISH leh. Call me and speak to me in person. Again my number 0125241833. You cannot be better than me becoz I use CHINGLISH woh. You don’t know CHINGLISH you keep you BIG BIG mouth shout lah. I have never boast that I know perfect ENGLISH. I know CHINGLISH only mah. WRONG MEH. Hope this blogger do not delete my comment. Do post it out man.

  4. Irene Yow. says:

    Want to know is it that XXyyZZ is frighten to call me becoz he scared the SPECIAL BRANCH will TAPE his talking with me. Don’t worry lah I not so famous they won’t TAPE one lah.
    Please do not delete my comment to XXyyZZ Ok.

  5. Irene Yow. says:

    XXyyZZ, I also want to know where you get the “lew” info that I am Gerakan member leh. I also want to know what is my Gerakan membership number lah. Anyway if you want my DAP Life membership before I resign from DAP can give lah. Please give the Gerakan membership number to me for rememberance or maybe I can buy the number and strike MAGNUM lor. Please do not delele my comment ah. Thank you very si much.

  6. XXyyZZ says:

    This is comical indeed. Thanks for showing us your class, Irene. As for your offer of you wanting to speak to me, sorry … I dont stoop down to the level of gimps like you.

  7. weehingthong says:

    This discussion is closed, so no further comments will be approved. Kindly desist. Thanks.

  8. Irene Yow. says:

    deleted..discussion closed.

  9. freename says:

    Karpal Singh slams Lim Kit Siang, Lim Guan Eng and Anwar Ibrahim…. Infighting in Pakatan Rakyat?

    http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_KnzY-E1XGGNpkitQJxKiw

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