Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Lim Kok Sucker Writes Book - Abdullah: The Unmaking Of Malaysia


KUALA LUMPUR, March 5 --

The weak and flip-flop leadership of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has inspired Tan Sri Lim Kok Sucker, the founder and chairman LICK-u, to compile a book on the leader.

The 96-page book entitled "Abdullah: The Unmaking of Malaysia" is about the premier who has brought a great deterioration to the nation for the past five years.

"I knew Pak Lah for the past 30 years. He was always sleepy and a man is clueless in ensuring the achievement of Malaysia's vision, and Malaysia is emerging as a "third world" nation in all fields except cock sucking.

"I am really disgusted by his sleepy speeches and his points. Pak Lah's "temberang" quotes have been our hallmark jokes for Malaysians," he told here today.

Lim said the idea of writing the 96-page book came after the nation witnessed tremendous discontentments under Abdullah's supervision since he took over as Prime Minister in 2003.

He also strongly believed the book would educate the young generation to avoid repeating Abdullah's footsteps to mediocrity.

"In the book, I had compiled a chapter, "Mission Dream 2/3 majority or nightmare", which I personally think is an important part of the entire book."

In India, former president Abdul Kalam asked the young generation to dream but here, our leader Pak Lah is literally always sleeping on his jobs to dream on how Malaysia looks like after 100 years... it's about the road to disaster," he said.

He said the book, which is published in four languages - Bahasa Malaysia, English, Tamil and Mandarin, will be officially launched after the general election.

"The book is my advanced condemnation to the soon-to-be-former Prime Minister as I believe Barisan Nasional will lose more seats this time," he said, adding that the book would be free at polling booths nationwide.-- BENGAP
The original news:
Lim Kok Wing Writes Book - Abdullah: The Remaking Of Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR, March 5 (Bernama) -- The outstanding leadership of Prime Minsiter Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has inspired Prof Emeritus Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing, the founder and chairman of Lim Kok Wing University of Creative Technology (LKWUCT), to compile a book on the leader.
The 96-page book entitled "Abdullah: The Remaking of Malaysia" is about the premier who has brought a great transformation to the nation for the past five years.
"I knew Pak Lah for the past 30 years when I was attached to the Malaysian Vocational Guidance Association. The PM (Prime Minister) was the president and I was the treasurer. He was tenacious and a man with full of determination in ensuring the achievement of Malaysia's vision to see Malaysia emerging as a "first world" nation.
"I am really touched by his vibrant speeches and his points. Pak Lah's "cemerlang, gemilang and terbilang" quote has been our hallmark and a clarion call for Malaysians," he told Bernama here today.
Lim said the idea of writing the 96-page book came after the nation witnessed tremendous development under Abdullah's supervision since he took over as Prime Minister in 2003.He also strongly believed the book would inspire the young generation to follow Abdullah's footsteps to success.
"In the book, I had compiled a chapther, "Mission 2057", which I personally think is an important part of the entire book."
In India, former president Abdul Kalam asked the young generation to dream but here, our leader Pak Lah asked us to dream on how Malaysia looks like after 100 years... it's about the road to excellence," he said.
He said the book, which is published in four languages - Bahasa Malaysia, English, Tamil and Mandarin, will be officially launched after the general election."The book is my advanced compliment to the Prime Minister as I beleive Barisan Nasional will gain a landslide victory this time," he said, adding that the book would be priced at RM15 and available at all MPH bookstores nationwide.-- BERNAMA

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