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Christians given mock cheque and water rationing.
Hannah Yeoh: “Najib gave Christians a bounced cheque” — read Krisis & Praxis, HERE
According to the Selangor Speaker, Najib’s 10-point solution was a “bounced cheque” in that it could not be cashed — see her tweet, below.
Yet the Bible Society, in its decision to relocate to Kuala Lumpur rather than maintain its operations in Selangor, is actually signalling that Najib’s cheque holds more value than the DAP mock cheque.
Although DAP and its allies control four-fifths of the Selangor state assembly, Pakatan refuse to review the Selangor Enactment 1988 which is the law that prevents Christians from using the ‘Allah’ word.
PAS is furthermore planning to push through its hudud bills as early as June. This makes a mockery of the check-and-balance promised by DAP to voters during the general election campaign.
What check and balance is there in Pakatan when PAS is determined do what it likes on hudud? In truth, DAP is unable to effect any kind of check or put the brakes on PAS.
Christians who bought the DAP ticket to the Kingdom of Heaven can watch their passenger train slowly derail.
BELOW: Madame Speaker holding a “Kingdom Christian Fellowship Bhd” mock cheque
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What if it was an iconic Umno veteran who died? (more…)
In an editorial headlined ‘Zulkifli Noordin – the depth of political satanism‘, the Ant Daily team wrote:
“Zulkifli, you are a living testament of how detestable a supposedly religious person can be. You move around with your skull cap and all, but all you do is spew racially and religiously venomous statements.” [...]
“”To Umno, it is high time for it to stop cavorting with bigots like Zulkifli.
“Thank God we still have sane and level-headed Umno politicians like Khairy who can draw the line between politics and humanity.”
Are these Ant Daily reporters Dapster buddies of Regina Lee by any chance? (more…)
“Un peyar enna?“, I asked the elderly woman in wheelchair whom I met in the Jalan Duta court complex.
I’m not sure if my syntax was in the correct required courteous form for a younger person to address an older one but anyway the phrase is Tamil for “What is your name?”
“Kalaiyani,” she replied in a friendly manner and we chatted a bit.
The lady passed away a few weeks after that meeting. (more…)
Articles in the Sydney Morning Herald and its sister paper The Age today claim that Malaysia’s fatwa council does not allow ‘Rest in peace’ to be said for Karpal Singh.
The two Australian papers also said that the council’s statement had come “at a time of mourning over Mr Karpal’s death”. (more…)