The rise of ‘denialism’ in Malaysia

“DENIALISM” is the practice of denying the existence, truth or validity of something despite proof or strong evidence that it is real, true or valid. Denialism becomes a serious problem for the nation when there is no awareness of its existence and denialist attitudes become normalised.

One worrying case of denialism in Malaysia is the refuting of its diverse multicultural, multi-religious, and multi-ethnic composition.

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