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Here Are The List of 15 DAP Feudalistic Powers Elitist Leaders Enjoying The 3Ps – Power, Position, Perks of Office

Liew Chin Tong

Hannah Yeoh Tseow Suan

Yeo Bee Yin

Tony Pua Kiam Wee

Ong Kian Ming

Steven Sim Chee Keong

Wong Shu Qi

Teo Nie Ching

Lim Kit Siang

Lim Guan Eng

Lim Hui Ying

Thomas Su

M. Kulasegaran

Tan Kok Wai

Chow Kon Yeow

Penang CM nominates Guan Eng’s sister as senator

The Penang state assembly has nominated the sister of former chief minister Lim Guan Eng as a Dewan Negara senator. Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow (DAP-Padang Kota) proposed the names of DAP’s Lim Hui Ying.

The Lim clan is expected to remain an influential force in the upcoming Penang DAP elections, party insiders told The Vibes.

Lim Hui Ying, 57, is expected to be among the top five out of 15 elected candidates, cementing her place in the state DAP committee.

Hui Ying, a senator, is the daughter of party supremo Lim Kit Siang and younger sister of secretary-general Lim Guan Eng.

It was a mixed bag of surprises at the Penang DAP elections today, as veteran party leaders dominated the top three positions, while another member of the Lim Kit Siang family came close at fourth place.

The incumbent secretary, Lim Hui Ying, was expected to finish in the top three. However, she came in at fourth place, as before.

DAP Divided By Feudal Leadership And Elitists – Feudalistic Powers Took Up Cabinet Positions And Sidelined Long-Time Leaders

Liu said grassroot members were tired of being treated like “cannon fodder”.

He said the DAP had seen a rise in “elitists” in 2008 who simply enjoyed the hard-earned fruits of the long struggle by grassroot members.

He said the problem was further exacerbated after the 14th general election in 2018 when certain “feudalistic” powers took up Cabinet positions and sidelined long-time leaders.

“Grassroots were aghast that the Sarawak DAP chief was given a deputy minister post while other junior members were made full ministers. This is total disrespect of the political hierarchy of DAP.

“Even Nga Kor Ming, the state party chairman, was given only a deputy speaker post,” said Liu.

Liu called for the party to return to its core values that had made the party successful in its early years.

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“Are DAP leaders fearful of change in the upcoming DAP elections? Why are they so fearful and see a ghost in every shadow they see?”

DAP Patriot Must Step Forward To Return DAP Back To Its Roots

The ongoing contest in the DAP party national and state elections can be seen as a battle between David and Goliath.

Historically, incumbents will have a cutting edge over the challengers as incumbents hold the rein of powers over the administration and a coterie of freeloaders.

The chances of winning are almost zero. David is just a shepherd boy, a lowly “profession” of looking after sheep and the only weapon he has is a sling and stones to protect his flock from marauding wolves. Meanwhile, Goliath is a giant of a man reputed to have slain every opponent.

In local party elections, Tan Koon Swan did beat Neo Yee Pan in MCA; Lim Keng Yaik did beat Paul Leong whom Lim Chong Eu anointed to be his successor.

These will motivate grassroots to triumph in the coming party elections.

David here is a good representation of the grassroots versus the mighty Goliath, aka elitists.

Contrary to popular belief, the grassroots did evolve from lower strata of society but today many grassroots are educated professionals who believe in core values of DAP – fighting for equality as a citizen as per Article 8 of the Federal Constitution and be the voice of the marginalised and downtrodden proletariats etc.

DAP today has metamorphosised into a feudalistic party of elitists thinking of seizing power and pandering to the whims and fancies of the 3rd coming of their great leader.

We need MPs, assemblypersons and councillors to be on the ground and not those that espouse lofty ideals and values for Facebook or social media.

It’s the duty of every right-thinking DAP patriot to step forward to vote wisely to return DAP back to its roots and not for elitist leaders enjoying the 3Ps – power, position, perks of office.

Historically, incumbents will have a cutting edge over the challengers as incumbents hold the rein of powers over the administration and a coterie of freeloaders.

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The chances of winning are almost zero. David is just a shepherd boy, a lowly “profession” of looking after sheep and the only weapon he has is a sling and stones to protect his flock from marauding wolves. Meanwhile, Goliath is a giant of a man reputed to have slain every opponent.

In local party elections, Tan Koon Swan did beat Neo Yee Pan in MCA; Lim Keng Yaik did beat Paul Leong whom Lim Chong Eu anointed to be his successor.

These will motivate grassroots to triumph in the coming party elections.

David here is a good representation of the grassroots versus the mighty Goliath, aka elitists.

Contrary to popular belief, the grassroots did evolve from lower strata of society but today many grassroots are educated professionals who believe in core values of DAP – fighting for equality as a citizen as per Article 8 of the Federal Constitution and be the voice of the marginalised and downtrodden proletariats etc.

DAP today has metamorphosised into a feudalistic party of elitists thinking of seizing power and pandering to the whims and fancies of the 3rd coming of their great leader.

We need MPs, assemblypersons and councillors to be on the ground and not those that espouse lofty ideals and values for Facebook or social media.

It’s the duty of every right-thinking DAP patriot to step forward to vote wisely to return DAP back to its roots and not for elitist leaders enjoying the 3Ps – power, position, perks of office.

Teng Chang Khim : Tells Kit Siang & Guan Eng To Make Way For New Leaders – “After Becoming Finance Minister, Are You Still Aiming To Be Prime Minister?”

The Bandar Baru Klang assemblyman, who has served on the party’s central executive committee (CEC) for the past 24 years, said true reform within the party was only possible if they were able to deal with Lim Kit Siang and his son Guan Eng, who are the party adviser and secretary-general respectively

DAP central executive committee member Teng Chang Khim has publicly urged the party veteran leader Lim Kit Siang and secretary-general Lim Guan Eng to make way for new leaders.

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DAP’s Teng Chang Khim has urged Lim Kit Siang and his son Lim Guan Eng to step aside and let others lead the party.

The Star reported that in an exclusive interview with China Press, the retiring politician said it was time both men passed the baton to someone else.

“Since (both) have ‘run’ for so long, it is time to hand over the baton to someone else,” Teng was quoted as saying.

During an interview with Nanyang Siang Pao, Teng claimed that the elder Lim has been leading the party since the 1960s and together the two have had sufficient opportunity to play their roles since then.

“The DAP is now at its peak and already crossing the finishing line. For the next competition, it’s time to let others take over the baton and make their sprint,” he said.

Teng also stressed that the main problem of the Lim family is they are in the position for too long and took things for granted.

“If there is no restriction under the party constitution, we might not able to witness the change of leadership. Hence, it’s good to have a restriction and leadership change,” he said.

Teng also reminded that although the secretary-general’s term is only limited to nine years, Guan Eng has been holding the position for more than 10 years due to party elections being repeatedly postponed to make way for the general election.

Kit Siang was secretary-general of the DAP from 1969 to 1999. Guan Eng has been secretary-general since 2004.

In a separate interview with China Press, Teng said he recognised that Kit Siang and Guan Eng have successfully led the party to its peak, but it’s time to pass the baton to the younger generation to complete the race.

“After becoming the government and finance minister, are you still aiming to be prime minister? I’m not sure about that, but with the current situation, I don’t think it would happen,” he said.

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