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Double standard against Malayan Communist Party and Japanese Imperial Army

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“The rationale that Chin Peng and his comrades should be forgiven does not arise as his leadership was mired in violence, killing thousands and destroying people’s properties to the point that there is no room for forgiveness,” he said.

At least 300,000 Chinese in Malayan were killed by the Japanese army during world war 2.

Who is more violent and cruel? Japanese was forgiven after a second hand ship was paid to Malaysia as war crime compensation.

99% people killed by the communists are soldiers and police while 99% people killed by the Japanese army are civilians.

Rais Yatim implied killing Chinese can be forgiven, while killing Malay and white men cannot be forgiven.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Government cannot say for sure if Hang Tuah ever existed, said Information, Com-munications and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.

He said it would not be upset if people concluded that Hang Tuah and his friends were not mentioned by history writers as he (Hang Tuah) may not have been portrayed as a warrior “based on the dates and records that the public understand today”.

“However, we are unable to say conclusively that Hang Tuah […]