DAP’s hidden motto – when Muslims unite, chaos will ensue

Not many seem to notice that Anwar Ibrahim keeps eerily silent despite knowing that the DAP is waging war against Muslim alliances. Source (pic): TTF

In March, DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng openly declared that the alliance was meant to target the non-Malays and non-Muslims under the banner of Malay unity.

Several days back, Lim Kit Siang went so far as to accuse UMNO and PAS of harboring racially and religiously toxic agendasand trying to be overly Malay and Muslim.

These repeated and senseless accusations, if left unopposed or unchecked, will result in a Muslim-non-Muslim divide that isn’t likely to be bridged for the next 20 – 40 years or so.

It is getting increasingly obvious that the DAP is using its position in government to twist the arms of authorities and bend laws so that its leaders can get away with murder.

The more these leaders associate Muslim groups from the opposition with religious fanaticism, extremism, terrorism and racism, the bigger will be the religious divide in this country.

And when things finally get out of control, the DAP will turn to the Christians and Chinese and say, “see, did we not tell you that when Muslims unite, chaos ensues?”


SUBANG JAYA: The DAP is showing no signs of slowing down on its mudslinging campaign to incite hatred among non-Muslims against the Muslims.

Yesterday, Sarawak PH chairman Chong Chieng Jen claimed that Dato’ Seri Abdul Hadi Awang’s courtesy call on Sarawak Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg was to discuss cooperation between PAS and Parti Pesaka Bumiputra Bersatu (PBB).

The cooperation, claimed Chong, was to topple Pakatan Harapan in Sarawak by stirring up racial politics in the state.


“On the 17thof Sept, Hadi and other top PAS leaders had met Abang Johari to discuss the cooperation between PAS and PBB.

“Although Hadi openly claims that PAS is working with GPS as a whole, the truth is that it is only PBB that PAS is interested in working together with.

“To PAS, all the other Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) ruling coalition component parties, like PRS, PDP and SUPP, are irrelevant because these subsidiary GPS parties will only take instruction from PBB,” Chong said in a statement reported on by FMT yesterday.

However, at what point or how it became known to Chong that the meeting was to discuss cooperation between the two factions was never made clear.

Earlier today, Abang Johari dismissed the claim by pointing out that the person who paid him a courtesy call was Terengganu Mentri Besar Ahmad Samsuri Mokhar, not Hadi, and that all Hadi did was tag along.

“I cannot tell Hadi there was no need for him to follow. That would be contrary to Sarawak’s hospitality,” Johari said.

The Sarawak CM added that there was nothing wrong with him meeting Hadi or any other Pakatan Harapan leaders as they were all in Sarawak to attend the Malaysia Day celebration.

According to him, the meeting did not discuss cooperation but issues related to oil since Terengganu is also an oil-producing state.

“If I met Hadi, what was wrong with me meeting Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and PKR deputy president Datuk Seri Azmin Ali while they were here for the Malaysia Day celebration.

“It is so shallow of anyone to spin up stories of my meeting with Hadi. Worst still. (Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk) Karim (Rahman Hamzah) met (DAP’s Pending state lawmaker) Violet Yong, who was admitted in a private hospital.

“Don’t tell me there is something going on between Karim and Violet. Politics nowadays is terrible. So shallow,” he said to the laughter of the reporters.

For the DAP to persistently lay claims that the alliance between UMNO and PAS will give rise to racial and religious extremism has the effect of poisoning the minds of the impressionable young against Muslims.

Previously, a prominent DAP leader laid claim that the alliance was bad news as it would promote terrorism in Malaysia.

In March, DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng openly declared that the alliance was meant to target the non-Malays and non-Muslims under the banner of Malay unity.

Several days back, Lim Kit Siang went so far as to accuse UMNO and PAS of harboring racially and religiously toxic agendasand trying to be overly Malay and Muslim.

Today, a Sarawak DAP leader is insinuating that the alliance is pandering to bring Muslim fanaticism and extremism to the state by teaming up with GPS.

These repeated and senseless accusations, if left unopposed or unchecked, will result in a Muslim-non-Muslim divide that isn’t likely to be bridged for the next 20 – 40 years or so.

It is getting increasingly obvious that the DAP is using its position in government to twist the arms of authorities and bend laws so that its leaders can get away with murder.

The more these leaders associate Muslim groups from the opposition with religious fanaticism, extremism, terrorism and racism, the bigger will be the religious divide in this country.

And when things finally get out of control, the DAP will turn to the Christians and Chinese and say, “see, did we not tell you that when Muslims unite, chaos ensues?”

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