In an incredibly amazingly stupid feat, the DAP has blamed the death of teenager Nhaveen on the Barisan Nasional federal government.
Nhaveen died after being assaulted by other teenagers in DAP-run state, Pulau Pinang. He never regained consciousness.
How do you blame the Federal Government for something that happens in your backyard? Pulau Pinang is the only state that has its own Volunteer Patrol Force (Pasukan Peronda Sukarela) with the publicised aim to assist the Royal Malaysian Police to combat crime, on top of the already legally existing Volunteer Patrol Scheme of the Rukun Tetangga that was formed under the Rukun Tetangga Act.
However, the PPS is just the DAP’s version of Hitler’s Sturmabteilung (Storm Detachment) or more popularly known as the Braunhemden (Brown Shirts). The PPS, or Penyangak Purple Shirt, was used mainly to do DAP’s party works, intimidate the population, and stifle resistance.
Tokong’s purple mob assaulted Ong Eu Soon, a Pulau Pinang activist who has been outspoken towards Tokong’s government. Ong, who was at a newsvendor in Air Itam one night, was approached by ten PPS members including Lee Chan Kwong and Lee Yew Kuen who attacked him with their motorcycle helmet.
This is all ‘leadership by example.’ Just as how the Tokong believes he is above the law, the PPS thinks that they are licensed to eliminate resistance to Tokong’s administration. And just like Tokong who does not believe in press freedom, they too attacked journalists. A PPS member, Lim Ah Chye, was found guilty for attacking Guan Ming Daily’s Deputy Crime Chief, Ang Kean Siang, and destroying his camera. Ah Chye also harrassed Kean Siang and his girlfriend by threatening them with death should Kean Siang refuse to withdraw his police report.
PPS looks up to the Penang administration which is led and controlled by the DAP. DAP is famous for bullying not only its own members who go against Tokong’s wishes, but also representatives from its partner-parties into submitting to the wishes of the Tokong as the Chief Minister, a role Emperor Lim Kit Siang is said to want to fill in when his Tokong son goes to jail for corrupt practices.
The Tokong would do anything to stay in power in order to fulfill his greed no matter if he breaches the law and even the Federal Constitution. Therefore it is no wonder that even a Malaysian-born foreign citizen could knowingly be fielded as election candidates.
There are already those who want to curb Tokong’s excesses. DAP’s Tanjung Bungah rep as called for the Chief Minister’s term to be limited to only two terms, effectivly ending Tokong’s reign by the next general elections.
However, Teh Yee Cheu knew that his motion would not get any support but submitted it anyhow to show on record that he had called for such a move. His motion did not get support from those who are afraid of losing their privileges if the Tokong wins against the motion.
Even veteran DAP politician, Tan Seng Giaw, who is very much respected even outsude the ranks of the DAP has been making veiled comments about the excesses of the Pulau Pinang state government led by Tokong.
It is no secret that Tokong is trying to bully Tan Seng Giaw out of the political scene like Boo Cheng Hau of Johor has, and much like his bully-of-a-father the Emperor Lim Kit Siang who killed off those opposed to him in DAP namely Lee Lam Thye and Hu Sepang. Lee Lam Thye would have been the leader of the DAP had Lim Kit Siang not cheated and had the DAP election results his way. Lam Thye resigned from the DAP and politics.
To mitigate the damage, the Emperor made a speech saying the DAP suffers a major setback in its struggle as a result of Lee Lam Thye’s resignation.
As for Seng Giaw, he would have had the highest votes in the DAP 2012 elections with Emperor Kit Siang getting 7th place, and the Tokong relegated to just a miserable party member.
So back to ‘leadership by example’ and the death of poor Nhaveen. If the Chief Minister of Penang could commit corrupted acts and go about acting innocent, what are sexual assault and bullying compared to that? It’s embedded in the Pulau Pinang genes now by its political leadership.
Therefore, the Pulau Pinang state government has itself to blame for bringing the culture of terror into the state and encouraged its citizens to behave like its leaders.