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Remnants Of Communists Still In Malaysia Until Now, Claims Wan Fayhsal

Remnants Of Communists Still In Malaysia Until Now, Claims Wan Fayhsal

Wan Ahmad Fayhsal warned that remnants of Communists are still active in Malaysian politics, albeit more subtle.

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Bersatu Youth leader Wan Ahmad Fayhsal Wan Ahmad Kamal claimed there are still remnants of communist elements in Malaysian politics.

He claimed these people were plotting to overthrow the Malay rulers and Islam, hoping to turn Malaysia into a republic. 

Wan Ahmad Fayhsal added that these communist elements are advancing their cause subtly, but he did not elaborate further on how they are doing it.

He wrote on Facebook a few days ago that he represented Bersatu in attending the Communist Party of China in Dialogue with World Political Parties High-Level Meeting.

Wan Ahmad Fayhsal thanked the Chinese Embassy in Malaysia for the invitation.

Netizens Lambast Wan Ahmad Fayhsal

Netizens scolded him for criticizing communism on the one hand but meeting with Chinese leaders on the other.

Some netizens mocked Bersatu, saying Bersatu is the real communist party. 

Wan Ahmad Fayhsal retorted that being friends with China does not mean supporting the communists.

He claimed it was a wise move to combat the remaining communism in the country. 

He pointed out that Bersatu’s participation in the relevant dialogues clarifies the remaining communist elements in Malaysian politics more cleverly.

For context, Wan Ahmad Fayhsal is not a stranger to making controversial statements.

In the past, he was also criticised for suggesting the government print more money to help the people.

PAS Says No To Communism

Wan Ahmad Fayhsal assured that PAS and its chairman, Tan Sri Abdul Hadi Awang, were firmly opposed to the communist element in Malaysian politics.

For the record, Wan Ahmad Fayhsal stood and won in Machang, Kelantan in the last General Election on a PAS ticket.

Wan Ahmad Fayhsal said the past violence and terrorist attacks by the Malayan Communist Party (PKM) are not forgotten.

Those involved, he said, are trying to fulfil the communist goal by taking money from abroad and using democracy as a disguise.

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He suggests that Bersatu could follow the example of Malaysia’s second prime minister, Tun Abdul Razak.

Establishing diplomatic relations with China will help curb the Communist Party’s influence.

The late former Prime Minister Tun Razak dared to take this step because China, led by Mao Zedong at that time, was regarded as the forerunner of the world’s communist ideology and movement during the Cold War.

Bersatu Youth leader Wan Ahmad Fayhsal Wan Ahmad Kamal on Malaysia’s relationship with China.

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