I strike paydirt and Abdul Rahman Dahlan has shown his hand as the UMNO leader who gave Wee Ka Siong the script to play as UMNO’ “ninja assassin” with the fictitious RM20 billion Penang undersea tunnel scandal
I strike paydirt with my short 10-paragraph statement on Wee Ka Siong as UMNO “ninja assassin” yesterday.
I had suggested that Wee should announce that he would contest in one of the three MCA parliamentary seats in Penang if he is totally convinced of his discovery of a RM20 billion undersea tunnel scandal in Penang, which until yesterday he was the sole MCA/Barisan Nasional Minister/MP to know about.
Wee had been making almost daily attacks on the Penang DAP/PH State Government and Penang Chief Minister, Lim Guan Eng on the fictitious RM20 billion Penang undersea tunnel, but I always suspected that Wee was not so “original” as to able himself to concoct the RM20 billion undersea tunnel scandal but was only reading out the script by his UMNO handlers who have designated the role of “ninja assassin” for him to play – to character-assassinate the image, reputation and integrity of Penang DAP/PH State Government and Penang Chief Minister, Lim Guan Eng, so as to divert attention from the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s international RM52 billion 1MDB money-laundering scandal.
The statement this morning by the Barisan Nasional Strategic Communications Director Datuk Sri Abdul Rahman Dahlan responding to my statement yesterday on Wee Ka Siong as UMNO “ninja assassin” is most revealing – virtually a confession by Abdul Rahman Dahlan that he is the “handler” feeding and giving Wee the script to launch a ceaseless attack on Penang Chief Minister and Penang DAP/PH State Government to divert attention from the 1MDB scandal.
This is why Wee had run crying to Abdul Rahman complaining about the attacks he is getting for his “ninja assassin” role, and this is why it is Abdul Rahman and not Wee who had replied to my statement yesterday.
I had raised several questions about Wee’s role as UMNO’s “ninja assassin”, which he had not been able to answer.
For instance, I had pointed out the extraordinary scenario where Wee tried to surface as an anti-corruption warrior in Malaysia, when he had not dared make a single squeak in the past three years when Malaysia was rocked by the international multi-billion dollar 1MDB money-laundering scandal, which had stained and tarnished Malaysia’s international reputation as it is regarded world-wide as a global kleptocracy.
Instead, since June 2014, although the MCA had been reduced into a 7/11 political party in the 2013 General Election, Wee together with two other MCA leaders had enjoyed the perks and privileges of Cabinet Ministers of a kleptocracy under Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.
Where is Wee’s credibility?
Is Abdul Rahman prepared to answer on behalf of Wee to explain why he has become UMNO’s “ninja assassin” to character-assassinate the image, reputation and integrity of Penang Chief Minister and Penang DAP/PH State Government to distract attention from the world’s worst kleptocracy – the 1MDB scandal.
It is most unthinkable that a MCA Deputy President, the No. 2 leader in MCA, taking directives from the BN Strategic Communications Director who is only an UMNO Supreme Council member and Sabah UMNO Secretary – and of equal rank as Wee as a Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department.
Is it any wonder that MCA has been reduced to a 7/11 political party, and why the three top MCA leaders hide in constituencies with Malay voter majorities and depend on UMNO’s Malay voters to get into Parliament and the Cabinet?
If Wee is not prepared to announce that he is totally convinced of his discovery of a RM20 billion undersea tunnel scandal in Penang and will contest in one of the three MCA parliamentary seats in Penang to highlight and convince Penang voters about the RM20 billion tunnel scandal and the need to save Penang from such scandal from the DAP and Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, then he should ask his handler, Abdul Rahman Dahlan replace him at the so-called forum on the undersea tunnel scandal in Bagan in Penang on Friday.