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Yet another classic Tan Kin Lian going around labeling people ignorant

A screen capture of a Facebook Post by Tan Kin Lian.

Screen Capture on 13 Jan 2012, 10:30pm

Screen Capture on same post on 14 Jan, 9:25am
Do note, some comments from my screenshot above are deleted by TKL already. My point is Zan Thang's comment rude? Does he or anyone have the right to make and disagree with any other's view? And if one disagree, is that considered rude?

Or perhaps young people needs to be a Yes man and must go around agreeing with an elder man? In another Facebook post, Tan Kin Lian offered his advice for young people - be humble, show respect for other people, look for what to agree, rather than to disagree, be helpful. One follower of his, Kenneth, made a harmless comment but is soon labeled given a lecture for being ignorant. BTW, he is lucky not to be labeled as "sick" by TKL.


Thereafter in the same post, other readers started coming in to defend Kenneth.


I wonder who is the one not having an open mind.

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