I am lecturer from the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia and am an ardent supporter of the opposition.
I have been supporting Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim since he was dismissed as a deputy prime minister.
Many issues that the opposition fought for has fanned my anger against the Barisan Nasional which I saw as a party ridden with all the negatives. To me, BN was ancient and no longer relevant.
Nevertheless, in the recent past, the opposition’s struggle has become way out of line. I see DAP, frequently issuing statements that defame Datuk Seri Najib Razak, Umno and the BN leadership. DAP is doing this in a very planned way, sowing politics of hatred to rally people to hate the BN government. Such is DAP’s modus operandi.
What is shocking is that a member of DAP’s machinery had admitted that the party plants such fake news and defamatory statements in its attempt to take control of the federal government. I believe DAP will sideline the Malays and Islam when they seize power.
DAP will emplace the agenda of Christian Evangelists and promote its racist policies. DAP’s long-stated aim of wanting to reduce the civil service workforce is tantamount to making many Malays unemployed. Gone too will be Malay institutions such as Lembaga Tabung Haji, Universiti Teknologi Mara, Majlis Amanah Rakyat, Maktab Rendah Sains Mara etc.
I am now convinced that DAP is the mastermind behind all the slanderous and defamatory statements against the government leaders. DAP’s strategy is to split the Malays in a planned, structured and systematic manner.
It is clear to me that DAP’s strategy is to exploit the Malay leaders of the opposition to achieve the former’s devious aims.