Is this Casey creepy or what?

May 26, 2015 at 10:23 pm 32 comments

11 minutes was all it took for the evangelista stalking me 24/7 to leave his Wormtongue comment at Annie’s blog like Speedy Gonzales almost immediately after Annie updated her blog with a new article.

And his is the very first comment too.

Look at the time stamps of his comment at time 13:09, which is a mere 11 minutes following the appearance of Annie’s article at .

I’m being stalked 24/7 at Annie’s blog, Syed Akbar Ali’s, RockyBru’s and a few other sopo blogs by this creepy Christian who drives by to character assassinate – leaving his allegations, accusations and aspersions about me. This is the ‘smear campaign’ I’ve been complaining about.

I reckon Annie is able to check the trail of insidious ‘whispering’ comments that Casey Nice has obsessively left in her blog about me on many occasions in the past.

BELOW: In Annie’s blog today

Life of Annie_ Maybe Anifah is more humane than Aung San Suu Kyi

‘Casey Low KC’

What kind of people are they?

You get to see for yourself.

This Casey guy sure hates mamak, for one. For another, his Christian kumbayah talk sure creeps me out.

If you wanna check for yourself, use can my blog ‘Search’ key to find ‘casey’. Sorry but his conversation threads are too much verbal diarrhea for me to screenshot.


Nonetheless, a lot of it is a repetition and mirror ad nauseum of what that ‘casey nice’ fella (what a coincidence) wrote at Annie’s:

Casey Nice  26 May 2015 at 13:09

“Helen Ang has expressed diametrically opposite views.

And she has dragged in all her usual suspects – DAPsters, the Red Bean Army, J-Star, evangelistas, Marina Mahathir etc etc – and cloaked it all in a nauseating envelope of “nationalism” and “patriotism”.

Surely, she can’t be as cold-blooded and devoid of the slightest shreds of empathy and humanity, can she?

I am waiting for her to go after Anifah Aman in her blog.”


Below are some comments that ‘Casey‘ aka caseylowkc had previously left in my blog.

(By the way, I’m sure another pseudonymous sopo blogger will be able to recognize too more of Casey’s signature Wormtongue comments in his blog submitted under Anon.)

See Casey’s exchanges with a few Malay-Muslim readers of helenang.wordpress.com.

You decide if ‘Casey Low‘ of Helen’s blog circa 2013 sounds like the ‘Casey Nice‘ today in Annie’s blog, i.e.

“And she [Helen Ang] has dragged in all her usual suspects – DAPsters, the Red Bean Army, J-Star, evangelistas, Marina Mahathir etc etc – and cloaked it all in a nauseating envelope of ‘nationalism’ and ‘patriotism’.”

Now compare with what ‘casey’ wrote about 1-and-½ years ago here:

Casey @ 2013/08/10 at 11:38 pm | In reply to Anonymous

“In your mind, caseylowkc = Dapster, ODIKAL, Evangelist, Fasiq, secretary General of the Red Bean Army, etc.

“But for now, I will remain Casey Low, a Malaysian who is genuinely concerned about how the mamaks manipulated the Malays and robbed their rights for their own benefits and instigated racial tension between the races. My greater concern is the bleak future path for all Malaysian Malays, Chinese, Indian, Orang Asal Tanah Melayu and other bumiputeras of Sabah/Sarawak.”

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Casey evangelist

Evangelista trademark: Casey seems to know so much about Islam

rossab responds to casey @ 2014/07/24 at 10:10 am

“Casey, u seem to know so much about ISLAM and our alleegiance to Allah so why dont u convert. I think Helen knows and understand Islam and Muslims much better then u.

“She is just exposing what u people are doing so please lah dont come and bullshit here.”

casey @ 2014/07/24 at 11:29 am | In reply to rossab

casey rossab Allah

Anonymous @ 2013/08/10 at 8:48 pm

“caseylowkc must be an Evangelist who uses Kalimah Allah and fasts in Ramadan like OKM! You dah bersunat ke caseylowkc?”

casey @ 2014/05/23 at 1:17 pm | In reply to Aida

casey aida

Casey @ 2014/05/23 at 1:02 pm | In reply to islam1st

Casey islam1st

Some of this blog’s regular readers may remember him from past exchanges.

Jamie @ 2013/08/18 at 3:21 pm | In reply to caseylowkc

“caseylowkc, i stopped reading the moment u started using the term ‘evil mamak’.

“hadoyai suruh orang wake up tapi sendiri racist gila.”

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  • 1. Annie  |  May 27, 2015 at 12:07 am

    Hi Helen. These stalkers used to worry me a bit back then when I first started blogging, but these days I just see them as clowns. Cheers sis.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  May 27, 2015 at 1:47 am

      Well Annie I would still appreciate it if you vet their comments that perpetually slander me or contain expletives directed at me – I’m sure you’re aware which profanities I’m referring to, and that you even likely have a rough idea as to the commenter’s identity (at least “WHO” he works for as a Special Officer and where his HQ).

      As to how I view the evangelistas (separate from the said Special Officer and separate from Mr “Get a Life”), I can’t see the conniving Christians as harmless clowns. I see them as Wormtongue menaces that insinuate the same vile modus operandi of claiming a certain VVIP personally C4 a certain model.

      Fitnah itu lagi dahsyat dari membunuh.

      THE SNEAKY EVANGELISTAS & THE NATURE OF THE BEAST

      Dato’ Tuan Ibrahim bin Tuan Man (Official)
      pada 24hb Mei pukul 7.24 ptg •

      Alkisah sebuah tulisan

      Melihat rumah jirannya yang penuh dengan besi terguna, Abu telah menulis di Facebook menyebarkan khabar bahawa jirannya Ali, adalah seorang pencuri besi.

      Kerana itu, Ali telah ditahan polis. Namun perkara itu terbukti fitnah kerana Ali sememangnya seorang peniaga besi buruk yang sah.

      Ali mengambil keputusan menyaman Abu.

      Di depan hakim, Abu mempertahankan dirinya dan berkata tulisan di Facebooknya hanya sekadar komentar yang tidak membahayakan sesiapa.

      Sebelum membuat keputusan kehakiman, Abu telah diminta hakim untuk menyalin apa yang ditulisnya di Facebook di atas sekeping kertas.

      “Potongkan kertas itu menjadi cebisan-cebisan yang kecil, dan dalam perjalanan kamu ke rumah, buangkan kertas itu di sepanjang jalan. Besok kamu pulang ke sini untuk mendengar keputusan,” kata hakim tersebut.

      Sebelum menjatuhkan hukuman keesokan harinya, hakim menyuruh Abu untuk keluar dan mengutip semula cebisan kertas yang dibuangnya semalam.

      Abu berkata: “Mana mungkin? Angin dan kereta yang lalu lalang dah tiup cebisan itu merata. Saya tak tahu mana nak cari.”

      “Dengan cara yang sama, tulisan kamu di Facebook telah merosakkan nama baik Ali sehingga ia tidak dapat dipulihkan. Jika kamu tiada apa yang baik untuk bercakap mengenai seseorang, lebih elok kamu diam,” tegur hakim itu.

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      • 3. Annie  |  May 27, 2015 at 7:41 am

        Well sis, I always try not to censor the comments unless they were too extreme, but since you feel that way, I will from now on spike off all the comments which badmouth you. I hope you will be okay with that.

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        • 4. Helen Ang  |  May 27, 2015 at 8:43 am

          Annie, “badmouthing” is one thing. Outright fitnah is another. Continuous fitnah dan putar belit dema yang tak habis-habis takes the culprit to another level.

          I know you don’t censor and you allow your commenters to say anything they like. That’s why they like to hang out in your blog – it’s a free-for-all. Unfortunately, the evangelistas and Dapsters take advantage of the vehicle you provide to spin and lie as they do on any platform where they’re not restrained.

          And what a piece of work they are! – look at all that they’ve destroyed. Why do you think the country is in the state we are today?

          I hope that the next time discerning readers are confronted by their Wormtongue – on any topic anywhere – please run a mental diagnostics. Fact check and also ask yourself – Is the writer an evangelista and what is his agenda in alleging all this?

          I can’t stress enough how strong their control and dominance is. And yes, I really and truly believe that even though the Christians are a minority in Malaysia, they are a powerful minority reflected in their control and dominance of the world. It is not Hindus or Sikhs or Buddhists or Muslims that ever had modern empires stretching the globe like Christendom.

          Bullies and so sneaky too.

          Fitnah lagi dashyat dari bunuh.

          Look at TMI‘s behaviour. Even the Penyimpan Mohor DiRaja made a police report.

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  • 5. tebing tinggi  |  May 27, 2015 at 7:19 am

    A typical DAP’s evanglist in action , their skin color are clearly shown everywhere they goes .

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  • 6. Chicken Vindaloo  |  May 27, 2015 at 7:28 am

    Hi, Helen. Even though my comment is not related to the issue at hand, I just wanna let you know that there were Christians who came to my house on Sunday evening (after Asar) to give free Bibles. This is in Damansara Utama. Seriously, the group walks from door to door to distribute free Bibles because*The end is near*. I asked them ‘Did you say Bible?’ And one fella said, ‘Yeah’. Then I told them that I am Muslim. They apologized and left. What’s with these Christians? Seems like they are going all out to promote Christianity in my neighbourhood. Come on. I have friends who are pendakwah Islam but they don’t go from house to house to give the Quran and all that.

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  • 7. The Rithmatist  |  May 27, 2015 at 8:02 am

    But why are you perturbed if your conscience is clear and that you are sure that everything is 100% ok, genuine, accurate and supported by facts? As they say, clean as a whistle and as pure as the driven snow.

    Free speech is a b***h, isn’t it?

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    • 8. Helen Ang  |  May 27, 2015 at 9:06 am

      It is not “free speech”, it is pure fitnah. For an example of actual pemfitnah and kerja-kerja fitnah in Malaysia, just have a look at TMI‘s track record.

      And oh by the way, Rithmatist, how’s your wife? Has she recovered from the beating she got from you the other day?

      There’s no reason at all for you to be perturbed by the insinuation because your conscience is clear, and I’m sure that everything is 100% ok in your home.

      This above example of sengaja kenakan is needless to say fake, inaccurate and unsupported by facts. And readers of this blog be aware that you’re clean as a whistle and as pure as the driven snow.

      But still, you wouldn’t like it would you if those opponents who want to kenakan you simply and insidiously pull the “wife beater” stunt on you.

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      • 9. Mulan of Malaysia  |  May 27, 2015 at 9:59 am

        Nah ulang tayang.

        Sekarang siapa pula bersama komunis? I very confused.

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      • 10. The Rithmatist  |  May 27, 2015 at 5:19 pm

        What a puerile attempt to turn the tables and twist the argument?

        Doesn’t bother me one bit, though.

        Why should it, if my conscience is clear (if I am married, that is) and if I hold as an article of faith that God knows all and sees all?

        And what is the difference between “free speech” and “fitnah”?

        Are you lambasting “free speech” because you find it to be objectionable or because it derides certain things you believe in? In that sense, free speech isn’t a “sin”, so where is the “fitnah”?

        So, do go ahead and spread more red herrings about. That will just increase the risibility content of your blog.

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        • 11. Helen Ang  |  May 27, 2015 at 6:45 pm

          Fitnah is plain defamation and slander. Nothing free speech about it.

          It’s something Dapsters and evangelistas engage in.

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          • 12. The Rithmatist  |  May 28, 2015 at 5:05 pm

            “defamation” and “slander” claims are best tested in the courts.

            Not on anyone’s say-so.

            Like I say it is “fitnah”, therefore it has to be “fitnah”. QED, end of story.

            What happened to the “burden of proof”? Or is that another inconvenient concept to be tossed in the garbage bin?

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            • 13. Helen Ang  |  May 28, 2015 at 5:50 pm

              You can say it’s best tested in court but in practicality?

              Let’s take the story about Rosmah’s purported RM24m diamond ring. The First Couple are suing Rafizi (one person).

              They’re not happy that Tun (allegedly) repeated the story in his Ipoh roadshow.

              In between Rafizi and Tun, thousands, if not tens of thousands of Malaysians have repeated it. Can Rosmah take everyone to court?

              And what about the slander over the C4? It’s not easy for even the most powerful figures in Malaysia to seek redress in court.

              But what’s obvious is that some elements of the opposition fabricate fitnah as their first weapon of choice.

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    • 14. AC-DC  |  May 27, 2015 at 4:24 pm

      Well said. I find it hilarious that a person who persistently stalks other people such as Hannah Yeoh, creates demeaning nicknames and slurs, makes ill-founded claims, and frequently incites ill-will toward the Christian community, can be so thin-skinned when the tables are turned on her.

      What was that saying about people who live in glass houses?

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      • 15. Helen Ang  |  May 27, 2015 at 4:45 pm

        I am courageously speaking truth to power.

        I’ve got no position. I am not a member of any political party and am not holding any government office.

        The power imbalance between Hannah Yeoh and me is immense. She is Wanita DAP Selangor chief, Wanita DAP International Secretary, Speaker of the Selangor state legislative assembly and Adun Subang Jaya. She has her party and the state (Selangor is richest in Malaysia) resources at her disposal and a slew of personal assistants and interns.

        I have no resources except my writing skill, fighting spirit and willingness to sacrifice my time and energy.

        She has 109,000 Twitter followers. I have only a few thousand blog readers.

        She has access to all the party and state media (The Rocket, Roketkini, Selangorkini, Media Selangorku, Selangor TV, The J-Star and previously Selangor Times (now defunct). I’ve got no media platform except this blog and I’m blackballed by TMI and The EvangeliSTAR.

        Furthermore, Hannah’s rabid fan base and her Jerusubang God army create demeaning nicknames and slurs and make ill-founded claims, and frequently incite ill-will towards me.

        The Christian community is 2,800,000-million strong in Malaysia. I am one individual. I do not belong to any religious organization even.

        People who live in glass houses still wanna bully weak people who are independent bloggers or journalists.

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      • 16. AC-DC  |  May 27, 2015 at 5:24 pm

        “I am courageously speaking truth to power.”

        I laughed when I read this.

        “I’ve got no media platform except this blog and I’m blackballed by TMI and The EvangeliSTAR.”

        With your way of making outrageous claims about The Star newspaper, despite them being Barisan-brown nosers, is it a surprise they would regard you as such? Even people within and allied to Barisan Nasional are not exempt from your friendly fire.

        “Furthermore, Hannah’s rabid fan base and her Jerusubang God army create demeaning nicknames and slurs and make ill-founded claims, and frequently incite ill-will towards me.”

        But you have been frequently making up demeaning names for Hannah Yeoh, DAP, and other groups and people. Yet when someone makes a snarkey comment about you in another blog, your feelings get hurt, you get worked up and write not one, but two articles to it.

        “The Christian community is 2,800,000-million strong in Malaysia. I am one individual. I do not belong to any religious organization even.”

        Wow! 2,800 billion Christians in Malaysia. That is more than the world population! Praise the Lord and curse the statisticians! I know you have been trying to hyper-inflate the supposed threat of the Christians to our country but this is really extreme. Do Freudian slips extend to typos too?

        Jokes aside, 2.8 million is a small fraction to a total of 28 million. Especially when you try to pit a majority against that minority with inflammatory articles.

        “People who live in glass houses still wanna bully weak people who are independent bloggers or journalists.”

        Is that the most you can do? A tweet made two and a half years ago, and disparaging internet comments made in response to your disparaging articles?

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        • 17. Helen Ang  |  May 27, 2015 at 7:08 pm

          re: “I laughed when I read this.”

          Doubtless. Your laugh, I’m certain, sounds like the village idiot.

          re: “With your way of making outrageous claims about The Star newspaper”

          Nothing outrageous. WCW is a known evangelical Christian.

          re: “Even people within and allied to Barisan Nasional are not exempt from your friendly fire.”

          They’re not allied to the BN. Zamkata that on 5 May 2013, the EvangeliSTAR news room was over the moon when it looked like Pakatan was coasting to Putrajaya, and crestfallen when the oppo failed to cross the finish line first. Now you might ask whether Zam’s claim can be believed? I do believe what he said.

          re: “Yet when someone makes a snarky comment about you in another blog, your feelings get hurt, you get worked up and write not one, but two articles to it.”

          I’m calling out Casey creepy evangelista. He’s been doing at other alpha blogs same as what he did at Annie’s for quite a while now. Very Wormtongue. And four consecutive snarky remarks in comments #1, #2, #3 & #4 is gang bullying.

          re: “Do Freudian slips extend to typos too?”

          Typo but it’s funny, nonetheless.

          re: “Jokes aside, 2.8 million is a small fraction to a total of 28 million.”

          Size does not matter. My cat bullies my dog at home.

          re: “Especially when you try to pit a majority against that minority with inflammatory articles.”

          It is the minority that exhibit inflammatory behaviour. Trying to kebas kalimah Allah would probably get the perpetrator knifed in Bangladesh (where a couple of atheist bloggers were murdered recently).

          re: “Is that the most you can do? A tweet made two and a half years ago, and disparaging internet comments made in response to your disparaging articles?”

          There have been a few more tweets targetted at me but without direct mention of my name – recall that she’s a master of innuendos, like her bleeding heart allusion to dunno-who children (Palestinian) killed dunno-where (Gaza).

          And aside from from the tweet I screenshot, she also tweeted another time about “blogger Helen” but which has been deleted. Again, do remember that she’s got a track record of deleting.

          Below is an MIC Special Officer who complained about Madame deleting her tweet.

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        • 18. AC-DC  |  May 29, 2015 at 3:54 pm

          Zainuddin Maidin? Hah. Since when was he a trusted source.

          “Now you might ask whether Zam’s claim can be believed? I do believe what he said.”

          Yes, without proof and from a has-been ‘politikus’ who recently slandered AirAsia for serving pork on its menu.

          “Size does not matter. My cat bullies my dog at home.”

          Poor comparison. The majority also technically has the mainstream media, government departments and institutions, state-funded religious bodies, and laws, on its side.

          “It is the minority that exhibit inflammatory behaviour. Trying to kebas kalimah Allah would probably get the perpetrator knifed in Bangladesh (where a couple of atheist bloggers were murdered recently).”

          Which explains why Bangladesh is one of the least-developed countries. Even the Rohingya refugees do not wish to stay long there.

          Anyway, the Christians have been using ‘kalimah Allah’ long before the formation of Malaysia and independence of Malaya. Tell that to the Sabahan and Sarawakian Christians.

          “There have been a few more tweets targetted at me but without direct mention of my name – recall that she’s a master of innuendos like her bleeding heart allusion to dunno-who children (Palestinian) killed dunno-where (Gaza).”

          Talk about paranoia…

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          • 19. Helen Ang  |  May 29, 2015 at 4:14 pm

            re: “Now you might ask whether Zam’s claim can be believed? I do believe what he said.” / “Yes, without proof and from a has-been ‘politikus’ …”

            Aiyah. Don’t you know that the gomen has got spies in the news organizations? And you’re probably not aware either that Zam as Info Minister by protocol used to sit in the national security council.

            Anyway, he made the claim in his blog and neither WCW nor The J has threatened to sue him or to even deny his claim.

            re: “The majority also technically has the mainstream media, government departments and institutions, state-funded religious bodies, and laws, on its side.”

            “Technically” is the operative word. The EvangeliSTAR is technically controlled by the MCA. Go check their publications on 4 May 2013 and 5 May 2013, and see which side they endorsed. Pay attention to their Anwar stories.

            re: “Which explains why Bangladesh is one of the least-developed countries. Even the Rohingya refugees do not wish to stay long there.”

            You can offer them to be sheltered in Malaysia’s mega churches.

            re: “Anyway, the Christians have been using ‘kalimah Allah’ long before the formation of Malaysia and independence of Malaya. Tell that to the Sabahan and Sarawakian Christians.”

            The Borneo tribes used to be headhunters. They’ve stopped pickling decapitated heads. A tradition can be discontinued.

            re: “Talk about paranoia…”

            It’s not paranoia when Creepy Casey was the first to comment and within 11 minutes of Annie uploading a new article. Stalking.

            If she wasn’t a master of innuendo, she’d have just said Palestinian children in Gaza, or Najib or Perkasa or Isma – the many other times she innuendo-ed.

            See one example below. I hope you won’t buat bodoh and pretend that the unnamed racist newspaper alluded to by HY is Sinchew and the unnamed racist NGO is Loyar Burok.

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          • 20. AC-DC  |  May 29, 2015 at 4:34 pm

            “And you’re probably not aware either that Zam as Info Minister by protocol”

            And one of the roles of the Information Ministry is to disseminate propaganda and disinformation (ironic as it sounds). Given his reputation, he cannot really be seriously considered a valid source.

            “The Borneo tribes used to be headhunters. They’ve stopped pickling decapitated heads. A tradition can be discontinued.”

            What is next? Prohibiting them from using Bahasa Melayu in their services and texts?

            Apples and oranges to compare headhunting and their use of kalimah ‘Allah’. Slavery used to be permissible in Malaysia but that is a flimsy excuse to use to justify, say, banning all cultural performances.

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            • 21. Helen Ang  |  May 29, 2015 at 4:52 pm

              re: “And you’re probably not aware either that Zam as Info Minister by protocol”

              Where’s the rest of my sentence? Pandai-pandai you cantas ya. I wrote “Zam as Info Minister by protocol used to sit in the national security council”. It’s the NSC factor that allows him to know what’s what.

              re: “And one of the roles of the Information Ministry is to disseminate propaganda and disinformation (ironic as it sounds). Given his reputation, he cannot really be seriously considered a valid source.”

              Puhleez lah. You don’t have to be Info Minister to do disinformation. Look at Madame Speaker’s propaganda about phantom voters – tweet below.

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              re: “What is next? Prohibiting them from using Bahasa Melayu in their services and texts?”

              Don’t create straw man arguments. The Malay-language Bible is not prohibited. A BM Bible is fine if it uses the Malay word, Tuhan.

              re: “Apples and oranges to compare headhunting and their use of kalimah ‘Allah’. Slavery used to be permissible in Malaysia but that is a flimsy excuse to use to justify, say, banning all cultural performances.”

              You’re a fruitcake.

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            • 22. AC-DC  |  May 30, 2015 at 12:42 pm

              “Where’s the rest of my sentence? Pandai-pandai you cantas ya. I wrote “Zam as Info Minister by protocol used to sit in the national security council”. It’s the NSC factor that allows him to know what’s what.”

              Keyword: Used. It is 2015 now.

              For a person who you claim to “know what’s what”, he did not even know the Barisan Nasional was in for a bit of trouble in the 2008 elections.

              “Don’t create straw man arguments. The Malay-language Bible is not prohibited. A BM Bible is fine if it uses the Malay word, Tuhan.”

              The Malay-language Bible with ‘Allah’ in it WAS fine. Now, certain quarters and you think it can be discontinued.

              Years down the road, maybe the whole BM Bible itself?

              Think!

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      • 23. Helen Ang  |  May 27, 2015 at 8:20 pm

        ACDC talked about creating demeaning nicknames and inciting ill-will.

        Here is one example of Hannah Yeoh instigating her rabid twits to create demeaning nicknames and to slur the PM – see her tweet below:

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  • 24. jentayu  |  May 27, 2015 at 8:02 am

    the kind like casey low class just want to incite hatred among malays because they know the only way to be dominant in social and political landscape in this country.

    the fact is, mamak is considered malay because they confessed to islam, embrace the typical malay culture and speak malay as their lingua franca. in the anthropology study, mamak is grouped under the ‘melayu peranakan’ branch.

    the other group are melayu dagang from those coming from around nusantara and melayu jati, the existing malay originated from peninsular itself.

    if this casey low wants to humiliate and hurl abuses towards the mamak community, then he should do the same to other melayu peranakan such as peranakan cina, peranakan arab, peranakan parsi, peranakan turki or peranakan eropah. this is the only way to counter their racist view towards the mamak community.

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    • 25. Helen Ang  |  May 27, 2015 at 8:56 am

      This Casey displays the typical sneering that you get from others of his hypocritical ilk. And their MLM-type networking is fantastic. That’s why they’re so effective in their black ops psywar.

      Hence even though they’re a numerical minority, they’ve successfully backed the majority into a corner. The Malays are right to feel besieged.

      Does anyone believe that the evangelistas are genuinely warm-hearted and brimming over with empathy and humanity for the Rohingya?

      Or are they opportunistically seizing on the issue so that they can strut their stuff – like portraying the Malays to be racists, kononnya eager to help the Bosnians and Palestinians but indifferent to the Rohingya.

      Hasn’t the Council of Churches Malaysia seized on the issue to imply how “inhumane” the Malay-led BN government is for its initial decision to turn back the boats?

      Haven’t they happily started to tar and feather the Buddhists as “terrorists” the same way they’ve been doing to the Muslims? Only the meek and mild Christians are peace-loving folks, it would seem.

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      • 26. jentayu  |  May 27, 2015 at 9:22 am

        true that Helen. and a lot of stupid malays fall for this which bog me quite a lot. now they have join the chorus of mamak bashing all the time.

        funny how they say they love muslim and want hudud but at the same time badmouthing the mamak community who shares the same religion as theirs.

        now where is the brotherhood love promoted among muslims? suddenly gone out of thin air because they prefer to follow the evangelist mlm propaganda and not the teachings of quran.

        these are gone case muslims who only parrot what the so called Islamic party says. and the so called Islamic party says that it is ok to befriend the devil (read : dapsters and evangelistas) as long as it is ABU.

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      • 27. The Rithmatist  |  May 27, 2015 at 5:39 pm

        “black ops psywar”? My, my – you have mastered the spooks’ jargon and lingua franca – or are you just parroting someone else’s views (cue the CIA, NSA and the Fox Channel!)

        But if “they” are expert practitioners of the art (or science) of “black ops psywar”), then the Malaysian authorities should be learning from “them”.

        Anyway, every country with a halfway decent intelligence service engages in “black ops” and “psywars”. Some more effectively than others.

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    • 28. The Rithmatist  |  May 27, 2015 at 5:31 pm

      Only in Malaysia, it seems. Immoderate sensitivities, maybe, or a carefully inculcated “inferiority complex” that is meticulously cultivated?

      In the rest of the world (except in China where the US is viewed with suspicion), the “crusader mat salleh nations” seem to be doing reasonably ok.

      And for China – don’t you have anything to say about how it treats the Uighurs? Or are they an inconvenient minority, much like, say, the Rohingyas or the Chechens? The majority of whom happen to be Muslims, but that is another inconvenient fact, isn’t it, judging by the reluctance to call China, Myanmar or Russia to account?

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      • 29. jemuan Najib  |  May 27, 2015 at 8:25 pm

        yes…I fully agree with you….

        Unfortunately we as a Muslim here by law and by religion cannot treat the minority Buddhist and others as “inconvenient fact”.

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  • 30. Spin6996  |  May 27, 2015 at 8:31 am

    Helen/Annie… both of you have done a great job in pinning down those issues that need to be said so as to open the eyes of the masses… there will always be lowlifes like Casey in every corner of the world… continue to be steadfast and put forward issues that is important to every Malaysian and fill the vacuum that no mainstream media can hope to achieve… Cheers Ladies..

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  • 31. Mulan of Malaysia  |  May 29, 2015 at 4:25 pm

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    • 32. Helen Ang  |  May 29, 2015 at 4:37 pm

      You really should follow her Facebook. Please :) :)

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