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Sunday, November 13, 2016
KIT SIANG GOT INTO BED WITH "FATHER OF GRAND CORRUPTION" - TUNKU AZIZ.
Social activist Tunku Abdul Aziz is surprised that DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang, who had always claimed to be totally opposed to any form of corruption, found nothing wrong getting into bed with former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed, a man who fathered ‘grand corruption’ in this country.
At a press conference held today at Eastin Hotel, Tunku Aziz said Kit Siang had abandoned his moral rectitude altogether by associating with Mahathir, whom Kit Siang used to despise.
“Kit Siang of all people must know that his association with Mahathir will put his personal integrity and loyalty to his country into serious doubt.
“Has the promise of personal gain so blinded him to be reckless of his act that he was prepared to sell his soul to the devil?
“Kit Siang has expended much time and energy on issues relating to 1MDB although it was a non-issue, stirred and twisted by Mahathir to serve his political agenda of bringing down a constitutionally elected Prime Minister Najib Razak as part of a larger plan to put his son Mukhriz as a candidate for the nation’s highest public office,” said Tunku.
Malaysia’s two political arch enemies Mahathir and Kit Siang overnight blossomed into an unlikely partnership has raised not only eyebrows but questions about this new alliance, added Tunku.
When Mahathir was leading the 22 years of repressive regime, Kit Siang became the most vocal and ardent critic.
Kit Siang’s relentless fight against corruption in government had exposed several massive scandals linked to Mahathir and his administration.
Even Kit Siang was a political victim during Mahathir’s era when the former was arrested under ‘Ops Lalang 1987’.
Tunku also questioned whether Kit Siang no longer concerned about associating closely with Mahathir.
He said Mahathir had succeeded in turning his three sons, Mirzan, Mokhzani and Mukhriz, into instant millionaires in a remarkable space of less than three years.
Tunku Aziz suggested that perhaps Kit Siang had become morally blinded and prepared to exchange principles for private gain saving his son and Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng from an uncertain future.
“Does Kit Siang not think it is important for Mahathir now that he has returned to active political leadership that he has a duty to demystify how the instant wealth beyond human understanding has fallen on the laps of three very lucky sons?” questions Tunku Aziz.
Tunku Aziz urged Mahathir to come clean on instances of corruption linked to his name if he was to assume a leadership role in public or political life ever again.