Don’t get swayed by politicians who play up racial, religious issues


Politicians are to blame for the rise of racial and religious hatred, said Inspector General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador in assessing the current situation in the country.

In an interview with the Malaysian Insight, he described politicians as behaving like “chameleons when it came to playing the race and religious cards”.

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Choo Chor Tek

Thumbs up to the new IPG 👍👍👍

Yok Foo Looi

Respect no man who hides behind religion and belief.

Bhairava Śivam

Instead of saying these kind of nasihat kedai kopi, can you please find out how the police was involved in:
Pastor Koh disappearance
Amri disappearance
Wan Kelian mass grave arson/cover up
Altantuya murder (re-opened)
Deaths in custody…

Maybe? No??

Jon Ranjer

You got it point-blank sir. Shame on you politicians harping on race-religion card.

Bob Ho

I agree👍👍👍

Kesn Theen

All the best Sir.