Kit Siang’s own minions triggered campaign to sack Maszlee, not UMNO

Kit Siang is attempting to shift the spotlight onto the opposition so that the Malay-Muslims will forget that the DAP criticised Maszlee for defending the Bumiputra quota system but not the Chinese employers for treating the Malay-Muslims as if they’re outcasts. Source (pic): TTF Files

Kit Siang claims several opposition linked websites were cooking up stories about the DAP’s attempt to replace Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik with the minister’s deputy, DAP member Teo Nie Ching.

But the senior Lim failed to mention that the person who sensationalised the whole idea was none other than Stephen Ng, a man rumoured to be the senior Lim’s chief cyber strategist.

And let’s not forget the childish name-calling by DAP Central Executive Committee (CEC) member Dato Teng Chang Khim, who, just recently, referred to Dr Maszlee as “foolish” and “an idiot.”

These guys are after Maszlee’s blood for criticising the Chinese bias in the employment market but had nothing to say when the Education Minister made it a rule for school-going children to wear black shoes to school.


PETALING JAYA: DAP has very interesting theories these days regarding secret attempts by UMNO cyber troopers to discredit the party.

On Monday, the man who stood in front of a Universiti Sains Malaysia audience claiming under-aged kids were forcibly converted to Islam, Lim Kit Siang, claimed that the opposition was trying hard to pit DAP leaders against other PH leaders.

According to the senior Lim, several opposition linked websites claimed the DAP wanted Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to replace Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik with the minister’s deputy, DAP member Teo Nie Ching.


Then, earlier today, Kit Siang – also the man who told yet another university audience in 1984 that Mahathir was attempting to Islamise the economy, education, administration and “other spheres of national life”- boldly claimed that Umno’s ‘psy-war headquarters’ issued a directive to its cybertroopers to target the DAP and cause PH to collapse.

Ironically, apart from not making clear how these ‘assassination plots’ were discovered, Kit Siang failed to mention that the person who sensationalised the whole “Maszlee needs to go” affair was none other than Stephen Ng, a man rumoured to be the senior Lim’s chief cyber strategist.

Then, we had the vicious, parochial attack by P Ramasamy, who, despite being a former academician, chose to vilify Maszlee for defending the Bumiputra quota system for university students instead of using his own varsity links to work with Maszlee in seeking dialogues between academicians and the private sector to eradicate Chinese bias in the employment market.

And let’s not forget the childish name-calling by DAP Central Executive Committee (CEC) member Dato Teng Chang Khim, who, just recently, referred to Dr Maszlee as “foolish” and “an idiot.”

These are known Kit Siang apologists who’re ripping Maszlee apart here, not UMNO cyber troopers or what have you.

And these guys are after Maszlee’s blood for criticising the Chinese bias in the employment market but had nothing to say when the Education Minister made it a rule for school-going children to wear black shoes to school.

So what’s with all the talk about UMNO cyber troopers wanting to pit DAP leaders against other PH leaders?

Is it not obvious that Kit Siang is attempting to shift the spotlight onto the opposition so that the Malay-Muslims will forget that the DAP criticised Maszlee for defending the Bumiputras but failed to censure Chinese employers for treating the Malay-Muslims as if they’re outcasts?

And what will happen should Mahathir suddenly decide to replace Maszlee with Teo Nie Ching?

Will Kit Siang use Teo to tell more university students that under-aged kids were forcibly being converted to Islam and that Mahathir is attempting to Islamise the economy, education, administration and “other spheres of national life?”

THE THIRD FORCE

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