Dr Mahathir will whip up Malay tsunami, says ex-MCA rep


Liow Sze Xian

Three-term Subang Jaya assemblyman Lee Hwa Beng’s Facebook is packed with photographs of his post-political life. Lee contested in the Kelana Jaya parliamentary seat and lost to an unknown in 2008. – Facebook pic, March 8, 2018.

FORMER MCA state legislator Lee Hwa Beng’s political career ended with the 2008 political tsunami, which he felt was triggered by Indian anger towards Barisan Nasional.

The three-term Subang Jaya assemblyman had contested in the Kelana Jaya parliamentary seat and lost to an unknown newcomer Loh Gwo Burne from PKR.


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  • If both Lee Hwa Beng and Ong Tee Keat were to lead MCA,chances are more Chinese will vote for MCA.

    Posted 4 years ago by Leslie Chan

  • If an Umno minister has more says and do not respect the whole of MCA openly, what more can we say about MCA? Time to pack your bags and throw your support to whichever party is good for the country and redeem yourself for a better future Malaysia for your children and grand children.

    Posted 4 years ago by Can Lim

  • Dont be a fail chinese.

    Posted 4 years ago by Stay Calm

  • A nice slogan Mr. Lee. 2008 Indian tsunami 2013 the chinese Tsunami ...2018 MALAY TSUNAMI.....ACTUALLY IT IS GOING TO BE MALAYSIAN TSUNAMI.

    Posted 4 years ago by Mohanarajan murugeson

  • An Anwar - Mahathir on the campaign trail would turn into a Tsunami..Malays know when they ruled together, it was the best of times. That is why Najib is so chicken to avoid Anwar out on the husting. Frankly speaking why no one has call him chicken yet a surprise.

    Posted 4 years ago by Bigjoe Lam

  • I think to say that Dr.Mahathir is going to lead a Malay tsunami lacks insight.

    Dr. Mahathir could have led a Malay tsunami if the Malays percieved Dr. Mahathir to still be a selfless , intelligent , uncompromising, confident and principled champion of the Malays , as he was perceived to be in his younger years .

    But that is not the perception the Malays have of dr. Mahathir now.

    Now Dr. Mahathir is perceived by the Malays as a weak, compromised and apologetic old man, who though is still intelligent and principled and confident , is not as intelligent and principled and confident as he once was.

    Dr Mahsthir is no longer a leader that the Malay race places their trust on.

    Dr.Mahathir might still have the affection of the Malays , but he is not their commander.

    That a former MCA rep, a seasoned politician , can think that Dr. Mahathir can sway the Malays to such an extent that it would generate a tsunami just goes to show just how little a race in Malaysia understands another race.

    Posted 4 years ago by Nehru Sathiamoorthy