Eli wong should not resign

Malaysiakini reported that ELizabeth Wong will resign as the State Assemblywoman for Bukit Lanjan.

I feel that there is really no necessity for her to resign. Nevertheless, I think she is under tremendous stress from this episode, and perhaps, she wanted to resign to save her party from being attacked.

It is really sad if she has to leave this way.  I hope she can be persuaded to change her mind if what is reported is true. I am sure her constituents in Bukit Lanjan,( consisting of Bandar Utama, the area around the Curve and the surrounding areas)  will be in full support of her if she chooses not to resign.


42 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. klm
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 12:13:09

    I hope PKR will not accept her resignation.

    We need to hear from the people in her constituent.


  2. eugene
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 12:22:33

    Hi Eli,

    I know you are under trmendous stress, go take a few days rest, stay cool and talk to your very close friends or colleague. and come back as strong as ever. NEVER resign, DO NOT fall into their trap.

    God bless


  3. Sani
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 12:53:32


    Though if YB Wong had not done anything wrong, and only a victim, i believe she shouldn’t resign.

    On the other hand, if she want to resign, we should accept her decision.

    Might just be good for Pakatan, as we are all well verse in Barisan’s skill, in punching below the belt.


  4. monsterball
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 13:51:12

    She is thinking of her voters…and party.
    She was very happy…blogging along….doing her part as a social worker.
    Yes….she resigned to respect her voters..and supporters and party.
    Those in UMNO…go to jail..come out …decorated as Tan Sri.
    I think ….if she is being persuaded by PR leaders…she will stay.
    Lets not forget the culprit. I sincerely hope…be caught and put to jail…..whoever he/she is.


  5. Observer
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 13:58:32

    My sympathy to you, Ms.Wong. Be brave and continue your stuggle from the outside of the State Assembly. You will be fondly remembered for putting you party beyond self.

    Let the constituents decide and if your party wins again, it proves that you still command their respect and support eventhough you might not represent them in Bukit Lanjau.

    Next, I propose that the new candidate replacing Ms.Wong to be selected will be based on abilities and integrity and not on race. I strongly believe the voters are mature now and this will be a good opportunity to prove abilities, integrity and loyalty transcends racial divide.


  6. klm
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 14:26:16

    This is Gerakan’s way of destabilising the Penang State Govt.

    “Police are investigating the report lodged by a Gerakan Youth wing to see if Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng’s safety is being threatened.”

    Shame on Gerakan!


  7. Richard Loh
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 14:48:51

    While I agree with you, Dr. Hsu, that Eli should not resign but we have to face the real ugly and dirty politics perpetuated mainly by you know who.

    These evil force will not stop at anything to see the downfall of those who dare challenge them. Everyone is talking about the change expected of them since march 08 and this is the change they are talking about, to kill off all strong oppositions.

    Eli may be strong but to stay on may wreck her in total because the evil force will make sure that she will be humiliated to the tilt.

    It is our hope to see that the voters of Bukit Lanjan will send a very strong signal to this evil force that they do not like such dirty politics being played.


  8. cilipadi
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 14:49:44


    The Penang Gerakan Youth have pea brains. Tell LGE to show evidence?

    Stupid. Show evidence? How? Dead body will be the evidence….any use?

    Dr. Hsu, what say you?


  9. Kenny
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 14:51:12

    The whole thing is orchestrated by BN newspapers to make Liz Wong resign. I’ve seen the so-called nude photos and they are nothing. One is a close-up of her sleeping face. Another 2 are very grainy blurred photos of her sleeping fully clothed, and the photographer was trying to shoot up her skirt. Of course in the dark nothing can be seen.

    If she resigns for these photos it will be the most unnecessary resignation in the world. The whole sordid affair has been blown up by Malay Mail (which never published the photos) for political reasons. This paper also called her to say they have nude photos of her which is not true.

    If anybody knows Liz Wong, please call her and assure her it’s not necessary for her to resign. She’s a victim of political machinations.


  10. klm
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 15:11:58

    There is a full dark force at work here. Can all these goings be part of a disinformation and disruption action – coordinated simultaneous attacks al qaeda style ? There must be a master mind behind.


  11. VoiceOfPolitics
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 15:30:49

    Dr Hsu,

    Everyone get hurt, at this unwarranted incident.



  12. Peter Yew
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 15:54:51

    There is a dearth of good politicians in this country. We must not lose them at any cost. There is an evil design to turn our nation to be under corrupt rule. Voters must rally to protest at every available platforms to snub any attempts to destroy the credibility of good public servants like Elizabeth. Since her conscience is clear she should not weaken to mounting opposition pressure. As a Christian myself I urge her to trust that God will stay her in this trying moments. Victory belongs to the good and righteous.


  13. KongKor
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 15:59:40

    Dr Hsu,

    I agree with you that Eli should stay put but having said that, I also agree with Eli that she was force into a corner and have to concede.

    With her action, I think Eli is a person of integrity, pride and dignity. And as far as YB ELi is concern, a lot of MPs and ADUNs should learn a lesson or two from her.

    If ever she were to make a comeback, my vote will be for her as a a true “WAKIL RAKYAT”, unlike those taking cheap shots at her from BN/UMNO. This goes to show the divide in the mentality level of certain politicians.


  14. cckang
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 16:12:55

    Eliz should not resign. She has done a great job. The rakayt need you especially at these challenging times. DO NOT RESIGN.


  15. OBAMA
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 16:15:59

    YB does not resign simply due to the 2 photos. There is a video clip yet to be released. PKR is playing a smart political game to lure support: new politics vs gutter politics. Again all the stupid political game!

    How can Bn orchestrated the photo (& clip) if YB is innocent. Again it is the perception, do not judge unfairly just because one hates Bn. Blame it one the boyfriend and herself. Do not trust anyone in politics (PR or BN) but assess it wisely. Voters shld decide on the integrity and calibre of the candidate now in future election.


  16. OBAMA
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 16:18:00

    Eli fell into the trap of Anwar not ‘theirs’ !


  17. OBAMA
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 16:22:38

    DAP reacted and accused the previous state govt in a worst scenario. penang will not be today wthout gerakan, God is fair, the truth will prevail how honest and capable is LGE.
    “Someone trying to murder me ?” ?!*&%$#@*#


  18. Dr Hsu
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 16:23:04

    I agree with klm that this is not as simple as it appears.

    See how the MSM spins… Most mSM reports that there is also a video clips..BUt persoanlly i think there is no video.. If there is one, the dark forces would have shown it to the public already…

    I think the subtle hint that there is a video is an attempt to cast an aspersion on Eli Wong.. And this is spin doctors at work again…


  19. klm
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 16:27:12

    And Dr. Hsu

    Don’t forget the Gerekan Youth’s police report on LGE safety. I think all these are connected. To keep PR going round and round.


  20. Frank
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 17:14:55

    In future, whoever thinks of becoming YB, he or she better makes a through audit of his/her personal stock to make sure there is no single trace of intimate photo or even love letter, emails which could be branded as pornographic and obscene stuff to kill the fame!

    What kind of politics is this in Bolehland, haven’t enough ‘sia sway’ for the whole Nation?!…


  21. clearwater
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 17:17:16

    Eli should not resign. The quality of her detractors, particularly those from BN-Umno, can be gauged from their comments. Gutter politicians are so easily identifiable by the stench that emanates from their mouths.


  22. Kenny
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 17:56:01

    If there is a video it has already be shown. I strongly believe there is no video.

    The photos were taken while she was sleeping fully clothed. Her face cannot be identified in the sleeping photos only in a close-up shot in which she was obviously asleep.

    Are there more incriminating and revealing photos? If there are, I believe they would have been shown now. Why would anybody post such useless no-issue photos to destroy somebody if they have anything better?

    If you want to see the photos, here:

    Don’t expect to get excited over it.


  23. Mike Mah
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 20:12:07

    Lets all give Elizabeth Wong encouragement on her blog not to resign



  24. Yap
    Feb 17, 2009 @ 22:15:09

    Work of BN, who.. gerakan also included, not to mention umno and mca.

    MCA and umno laughing now..side show for gerakan.

    Many more will be hitting Pakatan.. carried out are corruption and buy over, threats, now pic scandal and coming soon would be khalwat, gangsterism, drunkness/drinking in pubs with call girls, involved in illegal 4d, Ah Longs partner, gay or lesbian, drunk driving etc etc.

    Can you out smart the SB


  25. Monk
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 01:09:37

    Hadi Awang when met by press at parliament lobby commented that those who wanted Eli resign should show evidence of her “misdeeds”.

    The consensus is Eli should not resign. Anyway, she is off one month (until then) decision and police investigations to be completed.

    But waiting for the police to come up with a report….by then the Hubble (in space) would have reach the outer edge of the galaxy!!

    Right, Cilipadi!??????



  26. Khir hoho
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 08:30:22

    MCA sounds very defensive these days. From the OTK to that Liow fella. They keep sending the message “don’t blame MCA”.

    If there is no dirt on the body why bring out the topic. They are the lowest of the lowest.


  27. nick
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 10:25:06

    Was she smiling to the camera? No! Was she an active participant? No! Was she filmed in a sexual act? No! The facts are an ex-bf took snaps of her in half-nudity while she was asleep. C’mon Malaysians! Where is your education? I agree with Dr. Hsu ( high IQ & EQ man ) 100%. Eli Wong should not resign. Period. To those who wants to “save the party” or “speak from a moral hugh ground”, let me tell you that the next PM is a proven playboy, ok? And he likes double-entry. I didn’t say this, it is all in Bala’s first SD. Go hang yourself UMNO!!!!!!!! I am happy now.


  28. klm
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 11:06:18

    Let the by-election, if it come, be a referendum against Khir Toyo.

    It is interesting to note that the atmosphere against BN is so bad that every thing bad whether perpetrated by BN or not get dump on its lap. Every event drives a hole in Gerakan’s plan to win back Penang in the next election.

    – Ahmad Ismail pendatang
    – Perak coup
    – Arumugum resignation
    – Elizabeth Wong photos
    – and more to come

    The atmosphere is at boiling point. So change is inevitable.


  29. monsterball
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 11:28:36

    Only one feeling guilty have nightmares..getting murdered.
    Liz on leave….r..be her old self…be with true friends and relatives..come back…..battery fully recharged…face the music with her usual wits…smiles and great sense of humour..not to let Toyo and Jed Yoong succeed in pulling her down.
    More than 450 commentators in her blog….all over newspapers and all bloggers….all comments urging her to stay. I am quite sure….she is very happy….knowing all support her…except one afraid to be murdered.


  30. Monk
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 11:54:00

    Induction and deduction of the case. Speculations and facts. Ex-boyfriend, political assistant to a MP in Klang Valley.

    PKR lawmakers targetted. Perak and Kedah.

    Liow in MCA asked for proof of political conspiracy and defending BN.

    It is like asking for the capture of the culprit mosquito to prove the patient has dengue! No wonder the cases of deaths escalated.

    Well, now we know why BN should be exterminated from the federal level as well.

    No political agenda in my remarks. Just look at the circumstances of the overall political picture. Some quarters are desperate to re-capture all the PKR states.



  31. klm
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 12:45:27

    That bugger Liow is an idiot of the first order. He is a politician of the lowest kind. He is not doing the job he is paid to do.

    He should provide the proof that BN did not do this despicable act. We have the votes. It is his job to convince us that MCA is not party to this despicable disgracing action. He need us more than we need him. Idiot!


  32. Dr Hsu
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 13:19:27

    I have always believed that change is inevitable.

    Whether Gerakan wants to be part of that change or be changed by the people will be up to the leadership.

    Many ordinary members have expressed dismay in all these happening and many, formerly not agreeble to my view points, are starting to see some merits in my arguments…


  33. cilipadi
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 14:19:01


    Malaysian Police needs to win back the respect of Malaysian at large. They are just a tool to Federal government, or more specifically, Umno.

    They are plenty of incidences that lead to Malaysian perception that Police is in fact a tool of Umno. As an outsider, I better pretend not to know these incidences, you Malaysian know better.

    monk, you are right, Hubble is of no use to them however powerful or sophisticated it maybe. If not for Interpol (my guess only), Altantuya case already closed.

    siapa makan cili, dia rasa pedas


  34. Dr Hsu
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 14:37:18


    there is a perception that we cannot trust anyone or any institution nowadyas.

    Not the police, not the judiciary, not the government… Not the PAs working for you. Maybe even your house maid may be bought and supply info to you know who..

    I really dread to think what would happen in another one or 2 years time…

    You have a very good catch phrase,
    siapa makan cili, dia rasa pedas….

    I shall add this:
    siapa makan cili, dia yang dapat berjuta-juta RM


  35. cilipadi
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 15:09:08

    Dr. Hsu,

    That is why I insist on the important of morality as the basic to all, but let start with ourselves and family first, but someone still says “put moral aside”.

    My stand is that if someone did immoral thing to us, it must not be the reason we did the same to this someone. If we in fact did the same, we are immoral ourselves.

    “perception that we cannot trust anyone or any institution nowadays” is very real, but still it should not be the excuse why we should stop fighting to erase such perception.


  36. cilipadi
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 15:12:14

    Your ex-MB Toyol should present himself with a broom, like what he did sometime back, hahahaha

    siapa makan cili, dia rasa pedas


  37. Monk
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 21:22:31

    Cilipadi, this is why Confucius once “joked”, before a person becomes a leader, he or she must be morally upright, must fulfill his/her obligations toward the family, BEFORE taking active role to help the community, and THEN only play a bigger role FOR the Nation. Simple saying, really. It all starts from ONESELF before expanding responsibility to Nation.

    The key word is moral role. But again, in politics, its dynamics being “poly-ticks” a “nice” person cannot survive. When dirty filter tactics are attacking the person, the victim being moral cannot survive.

    So the argument goes, “moral” people surrounded by dirty politics cannot be effective. It should be a “tooth for a tooth” philosophy and I am sure any dentist with a name of Toyo will understand that.

    Confucius sometimes confused people too including himself. We have all the rhetoric and laws in place except the system is rotten and run by rotten people. Incorruptible politicians think that divine “intelligence” is either stupid or don’t exist.

    Cilipadi, I have said before, the year is young. I have said there will be many by-elections. I have said divine tribulations will take place as early as May. Sit back and relax….and watch. The animal farm politics movie has just begun.

    Siapa makan cilipadi awal akan rasa teruk masa depan.



  38. Observer
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 22:11:23


    I think you are good!

    If your divination or prophecy comes true this May, you will be elevated to a higher plane. At that time, no more Monk but Master Monk.

    Ha ha!, sifu.


  39. cilipadi
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 22:52:46


    I fully understood what you meant. Morality is something very hard for everyone to agree at one point or another simply because of different expectation, i.e. everyone has his or her own moral standards. One example is one may regards himself as moral person even if he has more than one wife or keep mistresses but to other, he is an immoral one.

    That is part of the reason why we have man made rules and laws to keep everyone toes the line, even that, rules and laws got loopholes and subject to interpretation to suit one’s interest.

    Politician being politician, they want to play on ground of rules and laws as well as morality, like in the case of Eli. Toyol knows Eli does not break any rule so he plays morality. That shows the ugly face of politics.

    On the other hand, Karpal Singh plays by rule and law. He never raises anything on morality ground. That makes him appears as a moral person. Much more respectable than Toyol.

    In all fairness, politicians should chose whether to play by ‘morality’ or ‘rules and laws’ but not both. Play both will make the politician dirty and immoral like Toyol.

    Still, to common people like me, morality is the yardstick to measure a politician, no less, no more.

    Morality should take precedent over legality, divine tribulations will take place, that is for sure.


  40. Disgusted
    Feb 18, 2009 @ 22:59:20


    It’s got nothing to do with me, praise that divine laws take place. Time is not important, it’s man-made. Everything, event has a season and its own timing. It’s the truth. IT IS, and exists even before I was born. I am also subjected to the divine laws.

    Prophecy is only a future event. Not created by me. It’s only a message or notice. No big deal. Just like you reading newspapers.

    I’m also no sifu. No different from you.

    But thank you for the joke. Ha, ha

    Where are you, Cilipadi? I always love to take Cilipadi everyday with my food. Rasa pedas, good for the spirit.



  41. Disgusted
    Feb 19, 2009 @ 11:48:30


    Noted your commitment to morals. You’re wise.



  42. cilipadi
    Feb 19, 2009 @ 13:19:59


    I am just a simple one. To sum up on the topic of morality, come to think of this, if every one of us irrespective of race and religion can observe the 5 precepts as taught by the Great Gautama Buddha, namely :-

    1)Refrain from killing
    2)Refrain from stealing
    3)Refrain from sexual misconduct
    4)Refrain from telling lies
    5)Refrain from taking intoxicating things

    (as what listed by Justin Choo in his ‘Life Is Like That’ blog, thanks Justin Choo for his great blog),

    Perak fiasco, Eli Wong case, Altantuya, Hindraf, CSL, just to name a few, would not have happened in your Bolehland.

    We do not need to be identified as Buddhist to live with this “simple concepts”, don’t we? What is the use of seeking forgiveness from God only after committing a sin? God could not save you but yourselves. By the way, don’t take for granted God is powerful, merciful, always forgiving and compassionate if one does not even observe morality.

    Forget about this 5 precepts, just observe morality is good enough.

    siapa makan cili, dia rasa pedas


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