Many MCA members are blur, blur, especially them below the age of 40 years. Can’t blame them really as they have been ‘puppetised’ by their tai lohs in the Branch and Division. It is a very serious malaise as these so called ‘Harapan Malaysians’ are out of the know about MCA and the power brokers behind the curtains.
Don’t believe me? Just go ask any one MCA member this question:
Count yourself lucky if you get a confused blink or a fluttering of le embarassed eyelashes…
Duh…? would be the best effort of a response from these poor dears.
And since this is holiday season, BananaC will be kind enough to give them morsels of education on players involved in the latest sizzling hot MCA production “MCA EGM” which premiers at 10am on 10 October, 2009.
Morsel of education #1
Who is Loh Seng Kok?
Loh Seng Kok currently holds the record as the winner of the BIGGEST politician poster Malaysians have ever seen…
A friend asked:
Agak-agak mana Loh Seng Kok dapat duit puluhan ribu untuk beriklan disana?
Question is where the $$$ came from?? Not cheap to advertise.
Now the first thing that came to my mind when I saw that poster was, what the heck is this guy putting such a huge poster of his face in one of the largest and most prominent billboards on the LDP? How can one be a Christian, put a quote from a Christian Reverend yet glorify his own person at the same time?
Besides, by the time the billboard went up, rumours were already rife that he was going to be dropped as a candidate for the coming GE (2008).
Now as all of us know already, his huge face underwent a serious defacing. His entire face was blacked out with black paint.
Now while I don’t agree with Loh Seng Kok’s utter waste of funds and boastful self-glorification, no one deserves such a hugely public embarrassing. Why can’t politicians stop this acts of self-glorification, take that funds required to put up those billboards to help the community for goodness sake! One week’s rental of one of those billboards are already in the ranges of RM30,000 onwards!
I was one amongst those folks who waited up during the meeting last friday to meet up with our aspirant YB’s.
Frankly, I attended mainly to meet in person these aspirant YB’s as 3 of them are new. Most importantly, I wanted to see what they had to offer United Subang Jaya residents over the next 5 years should they be elected.
And last up, we have Mr. Loh Seng Kok, the aspirant for the Kelana Jaya Parliamentary seat, which will cover about 80% of United Subang Jaya. Now here is a man who did not show up for the meeting at all and from what has been written in this thread, has not signed the “Aku Janji” either. In fact, I only know what he looks like only from the numerous posters and buntings strung up all over the township.
My personal opinion is that I am not impressed by him thus far. The man seems to think that United Subang Jaya is not worth his time, and that he has “other important” matters that better deserve his time. As for the poster of him during the floods (if it were true, as someone had questioned the authenticity in this thread), this would work well if we were still a rubber or palm oil estate in the ’50’s or ’60’s. Someone from his party should remind him that this is the 21st century, and United Subang Jaya’s are a savvy lot, although in Dato LHB’s own words to his fellow aspirant YB’s that night, we are not unreasonable.
What is Loh Seng Kok’s latest project?
Picking up the tread after fellow campaigner Theng Bok was quickly changed due to some difficulties, Loh Seng Kok has been engaged as a co-campaign coordinator for a comeback project with the winner from ‘The hell with the Malaysian sex laws‘ Chua Soi Lek.
This project will keep Mr Loh very busy as his political future in MCA is interlinked very much on the outcome of the results of the MCA EGM.