Saturday, May 19, 2007

Mindguards' changed view on British dossiers

Many 'academic ' dissertations and papers on various aspects and dimensions of the anti-communist 'Emergency' have been written with the use of only English-language British sources (as if there are no Chinese or Malay records written on the other side of the divide) which generally portray the communists as only 'radical Chinese' and these works have also been accepted as official accounts of the 12-year insurgency.

Now, the use of English-language British dossiers on the 'May 13' riots in 1969 by Dr. Kua Kia Soong is attacked by 'National' Mindguards as "biased", "racist" or not credible. See the drastic and sudden shift of the mindguards' attitude, view or position on British intelligence, sources and media reports as the subject-matter changes ?

Why I dislike Prof. Khoo Kay Khim's posturing

Communists played no part in ' May 13 ' riots


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