Following is an article published by NST Online complete with responses by TTF (in blue):
PUTRAJAYA: The Education Ministry views seriously the claims on social media that there is a DAP ‘de facto’ team in the ministry which wants to hijack or change the history subjects of primary and secondary schools.
The ministry, in a statement today, said it was a recycled, wild and slanderous accusation despite having been clarified and refuted by its deputy minister Teo Nie Ching on Dec 23, 2018.
TTF: I’m not so sure about the Ministry of Education.
I am, however, sure that the DAP is in control of government and has infiltrated government agencies and departments like a virus.
Let’s take the case of Liew Chin Tong for example.
From the moment the DAP strategist and Kit-Siang-blue-eyed-boy got appointed Deputy Defence Minister, he began working behind the scenes to obtain classified defence secrets from high-ranking military officers.
While that happened, Tony Pua was busy performing financial acrobatics and audit manoeuvrings within the Ministry of Finance (MoF) to make it appear as if Tabung Haji was badly run.
The manoeuvrings led to the fund’s assets being transferred to a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) parked under the MoF.
The SPV is controlled by the DAP, while the MoF is controlled by the party’s secretary-general, Lim Guan Eng.
Then, with Pua’s help, the MoF quietly scratched off some pro-Malay and pro-Bumiputra clauses from its policy framework and threatened ministry officials from speaking out.
The move caused many approved projects to be denied funding as the projects no longer fell within the policy framework.
Funds for these projects were then redirected to Guan Eng’s cronies along with some other allocations meant for the Malays and Bumiputras.
As for funds that were non-Malay and non-Bumiputra based, some were recategorised to maximise spending in areas that concerned Guan Eng’s cronies, some of whom were engaged in evangelist themed projects.
And they say the DAP isn’t running government by proxy?
Adapted from: NST Online