Anwar’s has a new dilemma, and its called Dong Zong

One wonders if Anwar is caught between a rock and a hard place or if the horns of dilemma are prodding him where they shouldn’t. Source (pic): TTF Files

Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim has remained eerily silent regarding the Khat and Jawi issue despite the DAP’s open resistance towards the introduction of Jawi as a compulsory component within the primary school curriculum.

Should Anwar decide to train his guns at Dong Zong, the Chinese community is likely to get pissed and will certainly want the DAP to put a leash on him.

But should the DAP do that, the Malays will accuse Anwar of being a DAP stooge and will probably want to keep a bigger distance from him.

If, however, Anwar decides to support Dong Zong by censuring Mahathir for branding the group racist, more Malays will rally behind the latter and ditch Anwar altogether.


SUBANG JAYA: Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim has remained eerily silent regarding the Khat and Jawi issue despite the DAP’s open resistance towards the introduction of Jawi as a compulsory component within the primary school curriculum.

Anwar has also yet to comment on the Prime Minister’s stand regarding Dong Zong and calls for both the Chinese education group and the DAP to be declared illegal.

One wonders if Anwar is caught between a rock and a hard place or if the horns of dilemma are prodding him where they shouldn’t.


The PKR president, having lost complete control of his own party due to the abrasive attitude he displayed towards Dato’ Seri Azmin Ali, was last heard collecting fresh signatures and commitments from Members of Parliament who no longer have confidence in his ability to tell the truth.

His previous attempt fell flat on its face when it was revealed that 29 of the 149 Statutory Declarations he amassed were fake and likely meant to deceive the Yang di-Pertuan Agong into ousting Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

The expose prompted 55 MPs to sign retractions and made many others aware that they had been duped into singing commitments by Anwar’s men who flashed fake SDs of several prominent leaders as means of buying MP support.

Notwithstanding, should Anwar decide to train his guns at Dong Zong, the Chinese community is likely to get pissed and will certainly want the DAP to put a leash on him.

But should the DAP do that, the Malays will accuse Anwar of being a DAP stooge and will probably want to keep a bigger distance from him.

If, however, Anwar decides to support Dong Zong by censuring Mahathir for branding the group racist, more Malays will rally behind Mahathir and ditch Anwar altogether.

So it does seem that the horns of dilemma are prodding Anwar where they shouldn’t.

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