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Is this what they teach in church?

“A vote for Umno is a vote for Perkasa and Utusan.”

“A vote for Umno … is a vote against God.”

Twitterhannahyeoh Perkasa = UMNO = Utusan

Yes, Zaid, nation's fate rests on the Malays - Malaysiakini 2013-04-07 17-38-07

“BN is an anti Christ agent.”


TwitterhannahyeohWickedness of UMNO-BN


Dr M, Perkasa, Utusan dan pemberontakan DAP


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22 thoughts on “Is this what they teach in church?

  1. Biarkanlah Pencinta DAP ini…mereka tak perlukan undi Melayu untuk menang. Mereka rasa mereka kuat sebab mereka ingat tuhan beri mereka kekuatan.

    Mereka tak sedar betapa hodohnya membawa kristian sama level dengan DAP. Mereka ini tidak sayangkan ugama mereka langsung. Pengguna ugama buat politik. Bodoh.

  2. A crash course on 10 Commandments inscribed on two stone tablets as revealed to Abraham especially for our politicians fond of using Christianity, faith & the Trinity as an excuse to disparage others as enemies of Christ.

    Exodus 20: 3 “You shall have no other gods before me.”

    Yet we see the active propagation of cult personalities by DAP. Notables would be LGE whose words & deeds are sacred, not subject to scrutiny nor question.

    Exodus 20: 4 – 6 “You shall not make for yourself an image in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below. You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me, but showing love to a thousand generations of those who love me and keep my commandments.”

    LGE, HY images are everywhere in their propaganda materials no? Banners, posters, Buletin Mutiara, Selangor Times, Rocket & in the case of the latter, the Star.

    Exodus 20: 7 “You shall not misuse the name of the Lord your God, for the Lord will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses his name.”

    Do I even need to explain this? Just check out their tweets & blog posts etc to see if this commandment is adhered to.

    Exodus 20: 8 – 11 “Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy. 9 Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is a sabbath to the Lord your God. On it you shall not do any work, neither you, nor your son or daughter, nor your male or female servant, nor your animals, nor any foreigner residing in your towns. For in six days the Lord made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them, but he rested on the seventh day. Therefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day and made it holy.”

    Even when preaching in church, the topic is skewed further than the Leaning Tower of Pisa’s angular slant. And truly, a politician speaking at a political ceramah is working no?

    Exodus 20: 12 “Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land the Lord your God is giving you.”

    How do you honor your parents when you allow your wife to christen your child’s race according to her own & not that of your parents?

    Exodus 20: 13 “You shall not murder.”

    Character assassination such as alleging complicity in the murder of a Mongolian constitutes murder as any pastor or priest will tell you.

    Exodus 20: 14 “You shall not commit adultery.”

    By cavorting & fraternizing with a person (allegedly) committing adultery, you endorse such behavior & is guilty of the same.

    Exodus 20: 15 “You shall not steal.”

    Especially land belonging to the poor.

    Exodus 20: 16 “You shall not give false testimony against your neighbor.”

    Bare faced lies disguised as the truth falls under this category.

    Exodus 20: 17 “You shall not covet your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.”

    Especially your right hand man’s wife or his coffee boy or his male personal assistant. Again, condoning this behavior makes you guilty by association.

    And that ends a crash course on the 10 Commandments for our polticians intent on using religion to gain Christian votes.

      1. Thanks for correcting the typo on Abraham. Got a bit carried away there that I didn’t check before submitting.

    1. Personally, I’m okay if they equate UMNO with anti Christ, as I’m sure most Dapsters are ok with being known as anti Islam.

      I’ve seen the council of churches video message on voting, there’s no outright support for any group or persons, just advice on the rights and obligations to vote. Of course if the council of ulama issue a video in the same line, do you think it’s acceptable?

      BTW I don’t get the BN wickedness twit. What is that refering to?

      1. You haven’t attended church mass with Fr Paulino Miranda or Fr Leonard Lexson. Quite a few others speak of the evil that’s BN in their homilies. They even offer prayers for a change of government during mass.

        I’ve walked out of mass on 4 separate occasions in the last few years in KL. Just can’t stand self righteousness in God’s name, from God’s pulpit & in God’s house.

        And don’t even get me started on Paul Tan. Where the hell is the old fella anyway? Scurrying away into hiding like the gutter rat that he is it seems.

          1. No excuses for Zul Noordin. But raise it up 10 years on? And yet they were fine with him winning on PKR’s ticket then. Personally I consider Zul Noordin as slimy as a snake. Full marks for being a defender of his faith tho’.

            As for the “good” bishop, seems like he spent Easter Sunday & Monday productively, considering the significance of the day in the faith of Christians. Good for him. Surely the best, cushiest clouds in paradise is reserved in his name.

  3. The same tactic has been used by UMNO as well. A vote for PAS is a vote for DAP, and a vote for antiIslam and they even got fatwa to say this is a sin to vote for PAS

  4. It is alleged that all those churches in Petaling Jaya are actually incorporated as RM2 entities. Correct me if I am wrong.

    For sure I know these are very rich even the City Harvest of Singapore fame has a branch there. I wonder what happens if no money is involved. It is only a thought !

    1. You’re correct. In Subang Jaya, the Kingdom Christian Fellowship Bhd is a Berhad company.

      The Subang Jaya Assembly of God (AOG church) is also a company.

      Another Subang Jaya church – Evangelical Free Church Gospel Centre – is a ‘Company’ that’s listed as providing “professional services”. See screenshots @

      And another tick for you. You’re right that City Harvest Church is located in Subang Jaya which is the epicenter of the evangelical activities.

    2. I am acquainted with someone who’s a member of one such “heavenly corporation”. It is drummed into the congregation from day one on the need to contribute 10% of their income as tithes.

      They’d quote from the Old Testament numerous quotes on tithing. They even had a half day talk on the benefit of tithing with a few personalities sharing how their life had changed (going from poverty to multi millionaire lah) after they started giving tithes as prescribed.

      So this poor colleague of mind who earns about 20k a month will get a friendly reminder around the 20th of the month since he has informed them that we’re paid on the 25th. And if he’s late in remitting his dues, they’ll make sure he’s “OK” by “asking about how he was etc” via calls or SMS.

      And then there’s the “love offering” bags/boxes that goes round on Sunday worship service. If they ever decided to have an IPO, I’d be first in line to pick up some shares. Dividends guaranteed when you’re marketing God & the afterlife.

  5. OMG ! Then, it is up to the Government to have a complete list of such quote ‘heavenly corporations’ unquote and also that of the NGOs. I note these are 2 new core industries which flourish in our firmament during unstable times.

    I also know that a couple of tycoons formed their very own churches to preach to their captive flock which mainly come from the corporations they owned. This seems to be better than the Japanese way of business. If they are bankers, it is pretty sure no money is stolen because it is a sin !

  6. The very many mushroom RM 2 churches which have sprung up in PJ and its environs remind me of the 1960’s mushroom insurance companies caper, the 1970’s chit fund caper, the late 1970’s co-operative caper, the 1980’s insurance guarantee caper, the 1990’s share rigging caper, the 2000’s forex money changers caper, the 2009 gold bullion caper etc. Interesting is’nt it ?

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