Sarawak DAP fans flames of suspicion, hatred, says Chinese suspicious of govt move to introduce khat calligraphy

Yesterday, the Dong Zong and Jiao Zong groups were told to zip it if they did not wish an out-and-out war against the DAP with no holds barred, at daggers drawn. Source (pic): sztachetki.info

Instead of trying to douse the fire, the DAP in Sarawak seems to be fuelling it while fanning the flames of suspicion, fear and hatred among the Chinese community over a move to introduce Khat calligraphy as part of the school curriculum.

Chong’s statement is typical of the DAP since before the 14th general election in what amounts to a near-perfect “mind manipulation” game used to con voters.

He’s employing a method commonly used by psychologists to ingrain fake ideas into the impressionable mind, particularly that of the young, through subliminal forms of messaging and suggestion.

By doing this, he is able to plant doubts in the minds of voters by having them believe that he gathered feedback through legitimate and verifiable means and discovered that the majority was dead against the move.


PETALING JAYA: Instead of trying to douse the fire, the DAP in Sarawak seems to be fuelling it while fanning the flames of suspicion, fear and hatred among the Chinese community over a move to introduce Khat calligraphy as part of the school curriculum.

Earlier today, State DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jen said the art should be optional for the state’s Chinese schools as the majority of the people, particularly the Chinese, viewed the move with suspicion and objected to the move.

“Although it is a good intention by the Education Ministry to promote better understanding among the schoolchildren of different races and religious in the country, the Chinese community here nevertheless have their doubts over the move,” he said.


Where are the figures?

Was Chong able to gather feedback from the community and conduct a full scale statistical analysis together with experts in the field in such a short period of time?

How would he know if the majority was suspicious and doubtful of the move? Has he been conducting surveys? What were the instruments used?

Chong’s statement is typical of the DAP since before the 14th general election in what amounts to a near-perfect “mind manipulation” game used to con voters.

He’s employing a method commonly used by psychologists to ingrain fake ideas into the impressionable mind, particularly that of the young, through subliminal forms of messaging and suggestion.

By doing so, he is able to plant doubts in the minds of voters by having them believe that he gathered feedback through legitimate and verifiable means and discovered that the majority was dead against the move.

If that is the case, TTF wishes to let Chong know that the ‘majority’ in Malaysia wants the DAP to wrap things up as the party’s continued presence is bound to spark unrest and could well lead to bloodshed should crowds get unruly and things get out of hand.

Nobody wants that to happen.

Which is why, yesterday, the Dong Zong and Jiao Zong groups were told to zip it if they did not wish an out-and-out war against the DAP with no holds barred, at daggers drawn.

THE THIRD FORCE

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