Just like how Spain proved herself to be the best team in Euro 2012 final by beating Italy 4-0, yesterday’s Chua Soi Lek vs Lim Guan Eng debate 2.0 saw the same result – Guan Eng beats Soi Lek hands down 4-0. And just like how the Spanish finished Italian’s dream via magnificent four – Silva, Alba, Torres and Mata – Guan Eng left the podium with his blazing gun after humiliating MCA’s magnificent four as well namely Ng Yen Yen (Tourism Minister), Chor Chee Heung (Local Government Minister), Liow Tiong Lai (Health Minister) and of course MCA’s president himself, Chua Soi Lek.
Obviously Guan Eng came very well prepared, as compared to previous debate 1.0, which saw the infamous Miss Tow Truck fiasco. However unlike previous debate 1.0 which saw the incompetence from moderator Tan Ah Chai (CEO of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall), this round is better organized with professionalism shown by moderator Michael Yeo (Asli CEO) together with fair panellists representatives – Chor Chee Heung, Wan Hamidi (Rocketkini’s chief editor) and Asli representative Monash University’s School of Social Sciences head James Chin.
But unlike the first round which was broadcasted live over Astro, the present government wouldn’t want to take the risk and had it delayed at 11pm (the actual debate was at 2pm). Such action was understandable – in case Soi Lek, the MCA president who was caught with his pants down bonking a woman, performs horribly, the present government at least has the option to cancel the delayed broadcast. Nevertheless, it’s still a mystery why such debate was never broadcast over other government-controlled TV channels such as TV1, TV2, TV3 and NTV7, which are viewed by rural population (*tongue-in-cheek*).
Now, the first goal scored by Lim Guan Eng – calling for a debate between PM Najib Razak and opposition de-facto leader Anwar Ibrahim. Guan Eng deliberately poked Soi Lek with his call for a debate between Najib and Anwar as the people’s real intention is to judge who the better leader to lead the country is. Soi Lek took the bait but surprisingly rejected such a need (for a debate) based on laughable excuse – PM Najib is the prime minister and hence too busy (or rather too chicken?) to debate with opposition as has proven himself with transformation programmes. It makes you wonder if the present cabinet members actually talk merely about “Transformers” and Megan Fox everytime they attend cabinet meeting (*grin*).
The second goal by Lim Guan Eng – responding to Chua Soi Lek’s chest-thumping over TAR (Tunku Abdul Rahman) College achievement. Knowing education is the closest thing to the Chinese besides business, Soi Lek thought he could “tapau” (packing) Guan Eng by leveraging on past success, the TAR College. You can bet he was almost reaching orgasm the moment he mentioned TAR College and even poked fun at Guan Eng to setup kindergarten instead. Guan Eng skillfully turned the table by humiliating Soi Lek’s MCA party by telling him that TAR College was setup by MCA simply because there was a quota for Chinese students to enter public universities thus the need to compensate it as consolation prize. Soi Lek’s orgasm literally stopped when the roars of approval exploded from the audience after Guan Eng’s unexpected “MCA! Shame-On-You !!!”
Just like Euro 2012’s final match between Spain and Italy, Guan Eng scored 2 goals in the first half. Things get better when the second half resumed. The third goal by Guan Eng was assisted by a question posed by panellist Wan Hamidi who asked Soi Lek if MCA was so scared of UMNO that they don’t dare to question massive corruptions allegedly done by UMNO. Chua didn’t only skirts the question totally, but went on mumbling about opposition logo, beating around bushes about opposition’s candidate for premiership, obviously caught off-guard by the question. He even tried to twist the earlier mind-boggling reply from Guan Eng by accusing the Penang Chief Minister of shaming people who donated to TAR College, prompting huge jeers and boos from the floor. Chua was almost speechless and agitated by the question.
But the third goal has not been scored yet. Still running like headless chicken, Chua was obviously not recovered from the opposition camp’s aggressiveness. He seemed not to be as prepared as his opponent. He didn’t know how to respond. Naturally he made the mistake when he admitted that the NEP (New Economic Policy) has been hijacked, when asked how they will approach the NEP. Now, every Tom, Dick and his dog can confirmed once and for all that the present government has indeed hijacked the NEP for their brothers and sisters cronies, thanks to Chua’s own admission.
The fourth goal – was an easy goal given on the silver platter by none other than panellist Chor Chee Heung (from MCA). Chor tried to be smart and sophisticated by attacking opposition’s Buku Jingga, not knowing that he made the silliest mistake in the process by asking Guan Eng how he plans to plug the leakages of RM26 billion. Guan Eng gleefully told everyone that it was the first time he heard a minister admitting that corruption was indeed costing taxpayers money to the tune of RM26 billion (*grin*). That fourth goal practically sealed MCA’s hope for the Euro Cup (or rather the Chinese, Malay, Indian and other ethnic’s votes).
Actually there’re more goals but the above are the most magnificent goals. Unlike debate 1.0 where Chua used the Hudud Law as scare tactic, the MCA president wasn’t himself this time around. Maybe PM Najib ticked him off for criticising the Islamic Hudud implementation too much as it could backfire from the Malay vote banks. It doesn’t help that Chua trumpets about Felda’s IPO, polishing PM Najib’s transformation repeatedly, making fun of DAP’s campaign slogan “Ubah” (Change), chickened out from question posed by audience about MCA’s cowardice even when facing Law Minister Nazri, and lying through his teeth about opposition not building a single low-cost house and not granting an inch of land for the building of schools.
When even the famous MCA’s Ms Tow Truck who screamed at Lim Guan Eng gave 50 points to the Penang Chief Minister, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to conclude the winner of this debate 2.0. The next hints that show how badly Soi Lek had performed can be seen post-debate, when he criticized Guan Eng for not answering his questions and today’s MCA-controlled theStar newspaper churning out criticisms and twisting facts about opposition instead. It was a sweet victory for Lim Guan Eng and his well preparation can be seen when he didn’t fail to amuse the audience with some jabs at Ng Yen Yen (on her Facebook’s RM1.8 million scandal) and Liow Tiong Lai’s “WWW 15” car registration number controversial.
Nevertheless Chua Soi Lek should be commended for his braveness in facing his opponent in the debate, although I’m sure he may not want to do it again. Maybe he should advice his boss, PM Najib to come out from his hiding and debate with Anwar, once and for all, and in the process spare the agony of other Ministers from having to do the dirty job in defending the Prime Minister and his tainted regime and sloganeering.
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