What should the Malays do with MCA?

May 3, 2015 at 7:54 pm 17 comments

Personally, I think MCA vice president Chew Mei Fun looks good – awet muda – for her age (she’s past 50).

She is quite the sweet Girl Next Door in her Kajang by-election poster last year – see below.

Chew Mei Fun

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Chew Mei Fun sinchew

Above is a slightly earlier photo of Chew published in Sin Chew when she was Women, Family and Community Development Deputy Minister. Like I said, she’s sweet-looking, isn’t she?

Which is something remarkable for a politician given the pressures of office. She must have good karma (she’s a Buddhist).

Below is Utusan‘s most recent photograph of Chew available online that’s dated 23 April 2015. Her demeanour is more serious but still not unattractive.

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J-Star perpetually backstabbing the BN

Below are the J-Star‘s most recent photographs of Chew.

I believe it is a form of subtle sabotage by the Nest of Evangelistas to deliberately select the most unflattering pictures of MCA and Umno politicians.

Chew is the Penang MCA chief and she’s campaigning for the BN candidate in the Permatang Pauh by-election.

BELOW: Chew’s photo published in The J-Star yesterday and two days ago

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J-Star newsroom and editorial floor full of Christians

I’ve noticed that in contrast, the EvangeliSTAR always chooses Hannah Yeoh’s photos with the greatest care so that Madame Speaker is presented at her best.

Don’t forget that the J-Star editors are fanatics. They tweeted Hannah’s appointment as Speaker a total of 10 times in the span of 24 hours over the @staronline official Twitter account of the MCA-owned newspaper.

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MCA leaders are Invisible Women in their own party-controlled media

I’m also willing to bet that you are unable to tell me the name of the current Wanita MCA chief as well as the immediate past Wanita MCA chief.

Well, its presently Datuk Heng Seai Kie and preceding her is Datuk Yu Chok Tow.

The J-Star obviously fails to give MCA women the kind of publicity and promotion the paper accords to DAP evangelistas and Friends of Pakatan.

Worse still, the Scissorati in the Gunting Dalam Lipatan appear to kenakan Wanita MCA as indicated by the Chew Mei Fun photos this week.

BELOW: Photos of Mukhriz as they appeared in The J-Star

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Sabo and sticking scissors in the BN’s back

Methinks what the paper is doing is an act of sabotage.

Umno politicians, especially the Kedah Menteri Besar, had better watch out. I’m convinced that the Scissorati feel about him the same way that the Dapsters feel about Tun.

Below are several more photos of the Mukhriz previously selected and published by The J-Star.

The photo selection made by J-Star of Mukhriz does not indicate that the Scissorati harbour warm fuzzy feelings for him.

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Mukhriz side profile star

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Mukhriz Star mosque

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Above is the favourite picture of a fierce-looking Tun which the opposition media and pro-Pakatan bloggers love to use.

Below are pictures of Tun and his son which I’ve used in my blog.

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Dr Mahathir Cheshire Cat

Christians, Christians, Christians everywhere in The J-Star

The J-Star is full of Christians.

Nicholas Cheng, the reporter that covered the Taman Medan anti-cross protest, is a Christian who feared getting beaten up by the demonstrators.

Many of the J-Star columnists are Christians too. The paper even gave a column to DAP evangelista MP Ong Kian Ming. It did not make the same offer to the MCA Youth chief, did it?

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ABOVE: Chun Wai’s billboard message calls upon moderates to “stand up against religious and racial bigots”

EvangeliSTAR is the tail wagging the MCA dog

Today is Wesak Day. There are more Buddhists than there are Christians in the Chinese community. And MCA claims that it represents the Chinese community. The party is owner of The J-Star.

Wesak today coincidentally falls on Sunday, which is the day the J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai’s weekly column appears. In his article today ‘Insist on the middle ground‘, Chun Wai failed to wish his paper’s readers Happy Wesak Day and nor did he make even the slightest allusion to Lord Buddha.

Wong Chun Wai (chunwai09) on TwitterIn his 21 Dec 2014 column however, Chun Wai wished his readers “a Merry Christmas” and mentioned the word “Christian(s)” nine times and the word “church” 11 times.

In his pre-Christmas article on the Sunday closest to Dec 25 titled ‘Find a middle ground‘, Chun Wai talked about “singing praises to God during the Christmas mass” and how “the Advent season lasts for four Sundays leading up to Christmas”. He talked about hymn books, Father Cyril, the Bible and the cross.

But today on Wesak Day, Chun Wai says zilch about the occasion, about Lord Buddha or about Buddhists in his column.

The MCA supposedly represents the Chinese community and the Chinese community has more Buddhists than Christians.

Nonetheless, the MCA-owned media is running a newspaper with an evangelical slant that’s pro opposition. This is treachery.

The MCA has betrayed the Buddhists and is a biawak hidup that should no longer be carried by Umno.

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  • 1. C72  |  May 3, 2015 at 8:40 pm

    They are blinded by the money the Star generates, ad space is at such a premium that businesses are in a dilemma – pay through the nose or live with the fear of missing out on the mind share.

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  • 2. Dandy  |  May 3, 2015 at 9:21 pm

    Wrong analysis again. Obviously HA is not a Chinese or a blatant liar.

    1. Most Chinese are either Taiosts or Ancestral worshippers (Confusianism).

    Buddhists, Christians and other forms of worshippers other than those 2 are minorities in the Chinese communities. Just because the Registration Dept register most Chinese as Buddhists if you are not Islam, Keristian or Hindu doesn’t mean all chinese are Buddhists. Furthermore, Buddhism was never a religion since they are unlike others who pray to some supreme god or Gods.

    2. In the J Star or Evengelista Star or The Star Group, Chinese Taiosts or Ancestral Worshippers are still the majority. Just because a Chinese has a Christian name to his/her name does not mean he/she is a Christian. It’s just a fad among the Chinese modern younger generations.

    3. Among the Malays, most of the newspapers like Utusan and within UMNO are also populated by Mahathirists. Most important posts in Govt, GLCs, NGOs, religious bodies, security are controlled by the Mahathirists.

    And most of the Mahathirists if you notice, they are the Ciplak Melayu race formed by the Constitution or penyangak Melayu thru registration by the balai polis and ketua kampong. Why did all the other ori Malays like Bugis, Jawa, Achenese, Minangkabaus, Riaus, Suluks, Muruts, Bajaus etc allow themselves to be lead by Mahathirists for so long and taking most of the power and priviledges accorded to them under the Constitution of Malaysia. Luckily, the Royalty has still not been infilltrated, otherwise the ori-Malays will forever be hamba in their own land to the Mahathirists.

    Mamakutty made a mistake of appointing Najib as PM without understanding not all Malays are the same. Unlike Dollah or Anwar, Najib is a Bugis Bangsawan, his wife a Minangkabau royalty and they are from the pendekar/hulubalang Melayu types. Melayu jenis ni amat bermaruah tinggi and once he start to hina or cucuk his maruah, siaplah engkau.

    Mamakutty still thinks he is PM. That is the problem with all these Mahathirists esp with Indian continent heriitage. You would notice all these in everyday public life. Bagi sikit sahaja kuasa or jawatan in Govt or party, bukan main terer dia orang naik tongchang berlagak.
    Beneath all these, it’s just a lot of noises and hot air only.

    AG dan IGP tidur ke? Orang-orang Mahathirists dah nak ambil kuasa secara tidak demokratik. Akta Hasutan untuk buat apa?

    Anwar masih berseorangan di Sg. Buloh. Dia pon dah tua dan tidak berminat jadi PM pon. Tak juga berkata nak isteri atau anak dia jadi PM jugak.

    Happy Wesak Day to all Chinese Buddhists. May you seek Enlightenment as Lord Buddha/Gautama Buddha.

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    • 3. Helen Ang  |  May 3, 2015 at 9:54 pm

      re: “Obviously HA is not a Chinese or a blatant liar.”

      It’s obvious Dandy is really a Chinese and not a Sabah/Sarawak pribumi as he earlier claimed. And it’s Dandy who is a blatant liar. HA is a truthful person. After all, the fourth precept of Buddhism is respect for Truth.

      re: “Most Chinese are either Taiosts or Ancestral worshippers (Confusianism).”

      And Dandy knows this how? Because he’s Chinese? Or still sticking to the masquerade of being pribumi?

      re: “Just because the Registration Dept register most Chinese as Buddhists if you are not Islam, Keristian or Hindu doesn’t mean all chinese are Buddhists.”

      Never mind. When Pakatan takes over Putrajaya, you can ask to be appointed Pengarah Jabatan Pendaftaran.

      re: “Furthermore, Buddhism was never a religion since they are unlike others who pray to some supreme god or Gods.”

      But if Pakatan fails to take over Putrajaya, Dandy can apply to be Professor of Comparative Religion at the University of Timbuktu.

      re: “In the J Star or Evengelista Star or The Star Group, Chinese Taiosts or Ancestral Worshippers are still the majority.”

      Are you on the Komtar payroll or WCW’s macai? You know so well the staff composition, at The J.

      re: “Just because a Chinese has a Christian name to his/her name does not mean he/she is a Christian.”

      And just because a Chinese does not have a Christian name to his/her name does not mean he/she is not an evangelista. Ong Kian Ming, Lim Lip Eng, Yeo Bee Yin and other DAP politicians come to mind.

      re: “And most of the Mahathirists if you notice, they are the Ciplak Melayu race formed by the Constitution or penyangak Melayu thru registration by the balai polis and ketua kampong.”

      Well, the Malay community they live with consider them as one of their own. On the other hand, the Malays will always see Dandy as a pendatang because your behaviour is worse than someone who just stepped off the tongkang.

      re: “Why did all the other ori Malays like Bugis, Jawa, Achenese, Minangkabaus, Riaus, Suluks, Muruts, Bajaus etc allow themselves to be lead by Mahathirists for so long…?”

      Because the assimilated Malays protect the oris from people like you.

      re: “Luckily, the Royalty has still not been infilltrated, otherwise the ori-Malays will forever be hamba in their own land to the Mahathirists.”

      It is not the Mahathirists they’re afraid of. It’s the dee-ey-pee that scares the shit outta them.

      re: “Melayu jenis ni amat bermaruah tinggi and once he start to hina or cucuk his maruah, siaplah engkau.”

      I do not see any Mahathrists pijak gambar Najib. It was Chinese, Chinese and more Chinese who stepped on the PM’s portrait.

      re: “Mamakutty still thinks he is PM. That is the problem with all these Mahathirists esp with Indian continent heriitage.”

      You’re not colour blind, meh?

      re: “You would notice all these in everyday public life. Bagi sikit sahaja kuasa or jawatan in Govt or party, bukan main terer dia orang naik tongchang berlagak.”

      ‘Tongchang’ kelapa hotak kau lah.

      re: “Beneath all these, it’s just a lot of noises and hot air only.”

      The wind from you alone, Dandy, is enough to inflate the balloon that will take us around the world in 80 days.

      re: “AG dan IGP tidur ke? Orang-orang Mahathirists dah nak ambil kuasa secara tidak demokratik. Akta Hasutan untuk buat apa?”

      Be careful what you wish for. The SA may be applied to your bosses first.

      re: “Anwar masih berseorangan di Sg. Buloh. Dia pon dah tua dan tidak berminat jadi PM pon. Tak juga berkata nak isteri atau anak dia jadi PM jugak.”

      Why don’t you go visit him and bring a bar of soap along.

      re: “Happy Wesak Day to all Chinese Buddhists. May you seek Enlightenment as Lord Buddha/Gautama Buddha.”

      Don’t be racist. In Malaysia there are Indians who are Buddhists too.

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      • 4. shamshul anuar  |  May 3, 2015 at 10:29 pm

        Helen,

        What the Malays should do with MCA?

        The more relevant question would be “what the malays should do with UMNO that continues to offer life line to MCA when the latter often stab back UMNO openly”.

        Despite everyone on this planet knows how MCA members voted for DAP en bloc in last election, UMNO still find ways to include MCA into Cabinet.

        Despite UMNO delegates have been reminding Najib not to expect Chinese to back BN anymore which is the reality, Najib still felt the need to remind them how Dr M lost in 1969 due to rejection by Chinese.

        What he ignored is his government was soundly rejected by Chinese despite him never fail to fulfill whatever their requests.

        THE SOLUTION STARING AT US.

        Cut the life line, meaning let MCA fight DAP in Chinese majority constituents. No need to let MCA top leadership be elected through Malay majority areas.

        The move will force Chinese to choose between DAP and MCA. And each component party must earn its place into cabinet line up.

        BY doing this, UMNO is sending signal that though it values Chinese votes, it can easily ruled the nation without their support.

        And the chinese will get the message that overstating their influence can be fatal.

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        • 5. Helen Ang  |  May 3, 2015 at 10:54 pm

          re: “And the Chinese will get the message that overstating their influence can be fatal.”

          Shamshul, Tun has warned that BN could lose GE14. In which case, it is the Malays who will be stripped of their political influence as the dominant race.

          Then it will be Umno that is sent the message that believing in their own invincibility can be fatal.

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          • 6. shamshul anuar  |  May 4, 2015 at 8:42 am

            Helen,

            Precisely. The norm on this planet is to concentrate on the very base of your support. Understand their aspiration, concerns.

            many times I reminded any UMNO member whom I met that in Islam only one person can command absolute loyalty. And he was the Prophet. Other leaders must not expect blind loyalty.

            The message to UMNO is that if it still refuses to cut life line to MCA or Gerakan, it (UMNO) too will be rejected.

            UMNO already lost the propaganda war. IT survives today simply because Malays simply do not have better alternatives. BUt the current support may dry up if it refuses to buck up.

            Why in short span of time Adenan Satem , CM of Sarawak can bring sincere support across races. Maybe because he is rooted in reality and see logics the way we see it.

            He makes us feel that he is sincere, care for us.

            Why that I feel I trust MB of NS, Mohd Hassan more than I trust Najib ? Honestly speaking I like what Mohd Hassan said. What he said are not that spectacular. But he said what he said in a way that make me feel that he is genuine, not pretentious . IN short, I feel that he speaks from his heart.

            UMNO is plain lucky. Lucky as there are quite a number of local leaders on its rank. It is people like Dr zambri, Mukhriz, Ehsanuddin(MP of Kota Tinggi), Azalina ( who is willing to lock horn with any of PR MPs) and Mustapha Mohd (MP of Jeli) who are really good.

            But there is no denying that fear factor keeps UMNO in power. After looking at PKR or mess in PAS or anti Malay DAP, I believe voting for UMNO is a really better deal.

            But UMNO needs more than fear factor

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    • 7. Chris  |  May 4, 2015 at 2:36 pm

      re: “Most Chinese are either Taoists or Ancestral worshippers (Confusianism). Buddhists, Christians and other forms of worshippers other than those 2 are minorities in the Chinese communities. Just because the Registration Dept register most Chinese as Buddhists if you are not Islam, Keristian or Hindu doesn’t mean all chinese are Buddhists. Furthermore, Buddhism was never a religion since they are unlike others who pray to some supreme god or Gods.”

      Firstly, Confucianism is a philosophy of life espousing universal principles that can be said to be trans-cultural. It is too bad that many Chinese understand it as little beyond the practice of ancestor worship – the reality of which is filial piety.

      And then Taoism: most Chinese have never perused the Tao Te Ching. Popular Taoism is actually a form of shamanistic worship of the eight immortals, whom devotees propitiate for help and favours and seek divination through temple priests and mediums – far from the exalted life transforming philosophy taught by Lao Tze.

      And then Buddhism: many Chinese have little or no understanding of the basic instructions of Gautama Buddha and their Buddhism is limited to consuming vegetarian food on temple festive days “to gain spiritual merit”.

      While the Ultimate Truth in Buddhism is not a Deity that we are supposed to worship, still there is the element of beseeching the intercession of Lord Amitabha, the Buddha of Infinite Light to assist us in our earthly troubles and concerns to gain admission into his Pure Land or Heavenly Paradise – by means of living the moral life.

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      • 8. Helen Ang  |  May 4, 2015 at 3:00 pm

        Chris,

        Pls ask Dandy to show us where in the Tao Te Ching it says “Be My Protector” – the DAP campaign tagline against marital rape.

        Dandy claims that the prayer is not just in the Bible alone Psalm 31:2 but in all the other religious holy books as well, and in a condom (he would know) advertizement too.

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        • 9. Chris  |  May 5, 2015 at 7:45 am

          Einstein once said:
          “A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. So is a lot.”

          It seems to me that those who make bold statements in public space should endeavour to upgrade their knowledge, as due civic responsibility. And as for one who has so much information which he is unable to appropriate sagaciously it is better for him to remain silent rather than to demonstrate his ineptitude – like the doctor who blamed the spleen for the kidney trouble.

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          • 10. Helen Ang  |  May 5, 2015 at 10:44 am

            In simpler words, Dandy is simply an ********.

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  • 11. albi  |  May 3, 2015 at 10:21 pm

    Sad indeed. To me Buddhism is a very beautiful religion which emphasises the ending of pain and suffering and reaching the ultimate peace. They are quite peaceful people unlike the evangelistas who are ganas! Yet both are Chinese. I don’t know if the following may help to explain why.

    To understand the psyche of a group of people it helps to study the language and the images that is often repeated in that group. I can imagine if I were to live in a community that have 1000 times more unhappy words than happy words, I would slowly but surely end up being more unhappy than happy. Or if I were to live in such a community in which the end of the world is a constantly repeated theme, soon my whole life will revolve around that theme.

    The Christian psyche is therefore closely linked with the most repeated theme or story and image. And I think the story and image of the suffering Christ plays a very significant role here.

    The sufferings of Christ is immense. To be betrayed by one’s own disciple, to be tortured, and then left to die with his feet and hands nailed onto the cross is no small suffering. So much so that he had cried out to God, “Why has thou forsaken me?”. The message is of course that God had sacrificed his only begotten son to save the rest of mankind. But fortunately or unfortunately that image of that sort of pain and suffering has an impact of another kind on the psyche of the Christians. Can it be that image makes a Christian sort of more blasé to that kind of intense and violent pain and suffering? Consequently it becomes more acceptable for them to inflict similar pain and suffering onto others, but of course with the valid reason that it’s done out of love.

    Contrast that with the image of pain and suffering in Buddhism. The Buddha also talks about pain and suffering and the ending of them. But they are of a very different kind. They are associated with the normal growing old, getting sick and death, which are common place. The pain and suffering in Christianity on the other hand are of the more violent kind. So what is to the Christian quite an acceptable form of pain and suffering may be to a Buddhist not quite as acceptable.

    Just my thesis.

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    • 12. Helen Ang  |  May 3, 2015 at 10:49 pm

      Thanks albi for your comment.

      Buddhists try to ease the suffering of others or refrain from causing pain to sentient beings and that’s why some are vegetarians. On a jungle trek once, I was seated across a Buddhist man who preferred to shoo away a mosquito that was biting him rather than swat it.

      Buddhists are also animal rescuers as recounted by Pwincess about her Chinese neighbour @ 2015/04/28 at 3:52pm. Another animal rescuer story here – https://helenang.wordpress.com/2012/07/18/dogs-have-lost-a-best-friend/

      Below are some passages excerpted from the Catholic Education Resource Center material by Robert Gidley on how a typical crucifixion is carried out.

      • “The Romans perfected crucifixion as a punishment designed to maximize pain and suffering.”

      • “Flogging, or scourging, was done before every crucifixion. / The whip had iron balls tied a few inches from the end of each leather thong on the whip. Sometimes, sharp sheep bones would be tied near the ends. The iron balls would cause deep bruising, while the leather thongs would cut into the skin. The sheep bones would hasten the process of cutting into the skin.” EXTREME PAIN!

      • This flogging causes massive blood loss. EXTREME PAIN!

      • “After the flogging, the victim would carry his own cross bar [weighing 75 to 125 lbs] from the flogging area inside the city to the crucifixion area outside of the city walls.” EXTREME PAIN!

      • “The victim would then be nailed to the cross bar. The nails would be driven through the wrists [and likely to pierce the main nerve running through the arm. The victim’s body weight is now suspended by his arms. EXTREME PAIN!]

      • “The crucifixion position would dislocate the shoulder or elbow.” EXTREME PAIN!

      • “The cross bar would be raised and placed on the upright post, where the victim’s heels would be nailed to the post. / The nails through the feet would be likely to hit two major nerves running through the area.” EXTREME PAIN!

      Needless to say, a crucifixion was extreme and very brutal. The last thing that the act evokes is PEACE. Instead it evokes tremendous violence.
      Yet the Christians, whose faith is symbolized by the crucifix, are always telling you that they’re peace lovers.

      In the case of the crucifixion of Jesus, a few Bible verses reveal more details:

      The men who were guarding Jesus began mocking and beating him. – Luke 22:63

      Then they spit in his face and struck him with their fists. Others slapped him – Matt 26:67
      … one of the soldiers pierced Jesus’ side with a spear, bringing a sudden flow of blood and water. – John 19:33-34

      The Christians are always telling you that they are such a Meek and Mild people, well, because they are God’s lamb. But yet they glorify the violent crucifixion where their Lord is mocked, beaten, struck by fists, slapped and spat in his face before dying a most bloody, gruesome death suspended on an elevated cross.

      Nothing meek and mild or peaceful about the events just described, is there?

      It is no wonder that the evangelista flock is such a bundle of contradictions, especially when they swear that they LOVE their neighbours and their enemies.

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      • 13. Dandy  |  May 4, 2015 at 12:09 pm

        Wow! Such extreme pain and brutalalism inflicted on the Christians by the Romans. And they still worship those who died for them. Isn’t that call compassion in humans? Anyway, either they adore the victiims for their pain or either the executors for such sadistic minds.

        On the other hand, perhaps it’s better the Christians become Moslems? You get entertained everyday by sex stories of the Arabs and their camels, how to have sex, how to make the Anu kuat, how to treat women as sex dolls, what woman wear which arouses men, how to marry many wives and look for what excuses to justify polygamy, how old should a woman be for best gratification etc. Sometimes the topic changes to what sexual gratification can even be obtained once departed from Earth.

        Pity the rest of other religions. All they do is pray and no nice stories everyday.

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      • 14. albi  |  May 4, 2015 at 8:52 pm

        I hope none of our Christian friends out there is offended. Please don’t get me wrong. I am not trying to belittle these sacred Christian images and teachings. Far from it.

        I can understand and appreciate how powerful these religious ideas can be. Our major lessons in life are not learned from our more pleasurable experiences. On the contrary it is usually from the disasters of our life that we learn the most. If you think you are suffering much, look at the sufferings of our Lord. If you think you are sacrificing a lot, look at what God himself has to sacrifice. These are very, very powerful religious ideas. They have lasted thousands of years and have given meanings to the lives of millions. They became the foundations in which civilisations were built. They are certainly not to be trifled with.

        I doubt very much that Christ died in bitterness. There was none of that when he was resurrected 3 days later. Some Grace must have intervened in between his utterance of despair and the actual moment of death. If “I and My father are one” (John 10:30), can He ever abandoned me? Can I ever be separated from Him? Even for a moment?

        Incidentally there’s an interesting correspondence of that image of the suffering Christ in Buddhism. In the Jatakas (stories the Buddha previous births), he was once a monk by the name of Kshantivadin, who was wrongfully accused of coveting the King’s wives. He was then punished and tortured by the King. He had his hands, arms, nose, ears and feet cut off and left to die. But he didn’t die in despair and in bitterness. Did he have a similar experience to that of Christ at his moment of death?

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  • 15. NORLIN BINTI ARSHAD  |  May 4, 2015 at 9:55 am

    Secara peribadi, saya begitu kecewa dengan sikap MCA semasa PRU 13. Rasanya hendak berkerat rotan berpatah arang dengan mereka!

    Kalau ikutkan perasaan hati saya sekarang, rasanya lebih rela mengundi DAP daripada MCA. Sebagai orang Melayu yang beragama Islam, kita tahu kiblat DAP, mereka tidak hipokrit.

    Kita tahu perjuangan mereka untuk ketuanan Cina atau pun lebih lembut, konsep Malaysian Malaysia.

    Kalau kita mengundi mereka, kita mengundi dengan hati dan mata yang celik. Kita tahu apa kehendak mereka! Kalau hendak jadi bodoh, undilah mereka.

    Tetapi gunting dalam lipatan ( walaupun Helen selalu merujuknya kepada Hannah Yeoh ) yang saya rujuk kepada MCA lagi merbahaya dari DAP!

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  • 16. peacecombe  |  May 4, 2015 at 10:07 am

    I think it is time the pious to act. The only good thing that comes out Dr Mahathir’s infinite patience is we can see more clearly who is on the side of deception and greed, in and out of the BN.

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  • 17. alwieabdullah  |  May 4, 2015 at 10:55 am

    Dear Helen,
    First of all, Happy Wesak Day.

    Your title: What the Malays should do with MCA? If I can change it, What UMNO should do with MCA?

    Answer: Nothing.
    Why: The problem within UMNO is too many and therefore UMNO is being busy fighting with each other.

    As for the vast malay rakyat, I believe there is one thing that they already did: They look at MCA or Gerakan as nothing more than DAP itself.

    The malay people have one thing in their culture: kerana nila setitik habis rosak susu sebelanga….maka buang ae semua susu tersebut.

    Cuma PM Najib dan yang sekepala dengan beliau aje yang masih terkial-kial dengan mimpi palsu bahawa MCA masih mewakili orang Cina walhal, yang ada dengan MCA cuma daftar ahli sahaja.

    Period.

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