Isnin, 6 Mac 2017
Lim Kit Siang, Guan Eng Silence Over The North Korea Row Is Deafening
Parti Cinta Malaysia (PCM) has today questioned on the deafening silence of the DAP over the Malaysia-North Korea row that emanated from death of Kim Chol a.k.a. King Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un.
PCM vice-president Huan Cheng Guan said it was mind boggling to realise that the ‘Daddy Anak Party’ had observed an elegant silence on a major international issue.
Huan said the Lim father and son had not issued any statement to condemn the North Korea government, or even praise the efforts taken by Malaysian police or, the Home and Foreign Affairs Ministries to solve the issue.
“The question is, why DAP is keeping quiet on this issue and seems hesitant to criticise the North Korea government and its leadership.
“It has to be remembered that the use of chemical weapons by North Korea on a sovereign state like Malaysia is tantamount to an act of war,” adding that Malaysians, especially politicians, must stand up to the North Korean provocation and defend the country at all cost.
Unfortunately, he said DAP politicians stand was to play it safe and that seemed the order of the day.
“It begs the question, with whom does the DAP party loyalty lies, with i.e. Malaysia or North Korea?
“The Lim father-son’s silence is deafening,” said Huan, formerly Batu Kawan MP.
Kim Chol, or Jong Nam as he was claimed to be, had allegedly died on February 13 after two women had apparently wiped his face with a chemical substance, identified as the VX nerve agent.
The two women, Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong, 29 and Indonesian Siti Aisyah, were charged with murder of Kim Chol at the Sepang Magistrate’s Court on March 1.
Huan also praised the police for doing a good job to solve the high profile murder case professionally by taking less than a month to solve the case, charge two suspects in court and deporting a third North Korean back to his country.
“The speed of which police acted demonstrates that we have one of the best police agencies in the world,” said Huan.
He has special praise for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, especially the Foreign Minister Anifah Aman, who had stood his ground and declared the North Korean ambassador Kang Chol persona non grata.
Kang Chol had accused Malaysia of colluding with foreign powers in the murder of Kim Jong-nam.
He must leave the country within 48 hours.
According to Anifah, Malaysia would strongly act against any insult made against it or any attempt to tarnish its reputation.
“This shows that the government is serious in handling this case and will not allow our image to be tarnished by unscrupulous persons related to the North Korea regime,” said Huan.
Huan said the Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi had also taken courageous steps to address the issue by canceling visa-free entry for North Koreans beginning today, Monday.
He said this showed that Malaysia viewed seriously the allegations made by North Korea and would stand firm to protect the image, dignity and sovereignty of the country by all cost.
Zahid has also urged the North Korean government to learn to respect other nations and take into account the interests of international citizens in resolving the issue of Kim Jong Nam’s death.
“This is the kind of leader that Malaysia needs – leaders who are brave, loyal to the country, and will do everything in their powers to protect the citizens of this country from any harm,” said Huan.
He said that the actions taken by the Barisan Nasional federal government to protect the image, dignity and sovereignty of the country at all cost were laudable.
“Lucky this country is not government by either Lim Kit Siang or Lim Guan Eng.
“If not maybe the first thing that they would have done is to give the North Korea regime the body of Kim Jong Nam just to curry favor with the North Korea’s President.
“Anything is possible with DAP nowadays.”
Datuk Huan Cheng Guan
Vice-President Parti Cinta Malaysia
Mon, 6 March 2017
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