Spewing hate for ‘likes’

Mustafa K. Anuar

The writer says Malay-centric parties in the opposition would do the Malays a great service if they would spend much time outlining their policies and plans to help uplift the socio-economic status of the majority of the Malays they purportedly champion, so the community is able hold its collective head high. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, December 4, 2022.

THE decree issued recently by the Conference of Rulers to prohibit political leaders from stoking racial and religious sentiments suggests that such dangerous expressions have reached a worrying level in the country.

Certain politicians had indulged in hate speeches as well as lies in a calculated attempt to gain support from the electorate, particularly people of “our kind”, in the run-up to polling day.  

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  • A political tool of irresponsible corrupt of good ideas politicians to stay or grab power that they dont deserve.

    Posted 3 months ago by Alphonz Jayaraman