Friday, January 4, 2013

Chua Soi Lek Thinks of Joining DAP

OMG! MCA president Chua Soi Lek had the nerve to even suggest that he will join the DAP should Pakatan Rakyat penetrate the Johor UMNO-BN stronghold in GE13! And I don’t know if he was infected with idiocy when he had also indicated that if PR takes over Johor, then DAP could take over the menteri besar’s office. Let me correct myself – I do know. Chua is most definitely an idiot!

Coming back to his concerns, is he telling us that PR will make inroads into Johor? Is he advising the Johor Sultan that the DAP should be given a chance to have its candidate as the menteri besar? Why is he beating the drum for DAP? Is he admitting that MCA is a lost cause?

Anyway, I was relieved to read this morning that DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng had shut the door on Chua, saying the DAP on its part will not welcome the MCA president into its ranks. Chua’s own admission about wanting to join DAP when the latter wins Johore proves that he will slither, squiggle and squirm to any party that holds the reins of power. Shameless slut-man!

Wait a sec! Maybe, Chua's statements are not what they seem. Maybe, he is a duplicitous schemer. Maybe, it is his roundabout way of intimating that should BN successfully maintains its grip on Johor after GE13, he should be the menteri besar. Maybe he was just raving and ranting because he is unhinged and unbalanced. Whatever it is, this Chua Soi Lek is a slimeball and I don't trust him one bit. Of course, this says a lot about MCA members who voted him in as their president! No wonder, MCA is sinking although some may say that MCA has already sunk into obscurity.

Yesterday, I attended my first Toastmasters meeting for 2013 when I went to the MAS Academy for the joint meeting of the two MAS clubs, i.e. MAS Cempaka and MAS Mawar. I did my CC speech #1 (again) – my eight round of the Competent Communication manual – and I was honored to have as my evaluator, Emil Anthony, a Toastmaster of perspicacious judgment. And another thing. They started four minutes late. I would score this meeting a 7.5 out of a 10.

No comments: