Does UniMAP advocate supporting corrupt politicians?

S Thayaparan

Modified 5 Jan 2020, 11:14 pm

“Concerning the blindness and bigotry of people, the pleasures of hatred rise superior even to the instinct of self-preservation.”

- Isaac Asimov

COMMENT | The UniMAP questions on Zakir Naik and the other race-baiting questions demonstrate the difference between mainstream Malay educational groups and non-Malay educational groups.

Dong Zong, for instance, would never be caught sanctioning questions like what the esteemed panel of multi-ethnic cabal from UniMAP did. Dong Zong and the other non-Muslim educational groups would not propagate something like this but yet they have a target painted on their backs because questions and answers like these indoctrinate young people.

Zakir has been going around suing politicians for allegedly defaming him, which is strange because he once said that it up to God to judge people, except of course when it comes to his reputation then he is ever willing to let the courts decide...

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