I read this article
A less blunt tool for Lim Guan Eng? Really, Mr Mukherjee?
by Malay Mail managing editor Leslie Lau and can't help but to say
"Hey, I got a lot of that kind of whacking too Mr Mukherjee."
I got them in the comments section of these recent posts
Guan Eng is probably Dr Mahathir's ploy
Guan Eng got dad and new mentor
I'm quite sure I'm going to get some more for this post.
Heck, I even begin to believe that there are people working on shifts, 24 hours a day, just to be on the lookout for anyone who dares to say even the slightest bad thing about Guan Eng.
Yup, you say anything not so flattering about Guan Eng these days and you would kena whacked kaw kaw by....errr innocent bystanders.....you will kena extra whacking if you say they are from DAP.
Really, Guan Eng is now untouchable.
The guy can do no wrong and he can throw all the tantrum that he wants because he's a saint and saviour of all Malaysians.
Well, after kena whacked for criticising him, that's what I thought of him.
Really, no one is supposed to criticise him, okay.
Anyway, I do wonder if Leslie Lau wrote his article after he got a phone call early in the morning because someone was not happy that Malay Mail published Mukherjee's article.
Mukherjee's article was also published by Bloomberg;
Maybe Bloomberg's managing editor too will write an article later to whack Mukherjee for trying to mess with Guan Eng.
Maybe that editor too got an early morning call complaining about Bloomberg not being fair to the newly minted minister of finance and asked to write a counter article against Mukherjee like Malay Mail did.
Well, about these probable early morning phone calls, they reminded me of the story behind this article from 10 years ago;
Yes, I like this quote from the article,
"Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far."