Spirits of Kinabalu, angry ancestors and the earthquake

June 10, 2015 at 7:36 am 22 comments

Not only were the omputih tourists climbing Gunung Kinabalu’s peak terlampau biadab, some of them also showed no remorse even after the tragedy of the earthquake.


The evangelista ethos

‘They’ have been doing this throughout history – being extremely disrespectful to the indigenous inhabitants and their local customs.

In Australia, ‘they’ insist on climbing Uluru – known to the whites as Ayers Rock – despite the Aborigines taking deep offence.

Uluru is a sacred site to the Pitjantjatjara tribe – “Aboriginal culture dictates that Uluru was formed by ancestral beings during Dreamtime” (source: ‘Uluru and Aboriginal Culture‘).

Please don’t climb, plead the Aborigines. But the tourists climb Uluru anyway.

Epic Barbecue Taranaki

Christians bully natives all over the world

In New Zealand, a bunch of Christian climbers carted a couch – see video above – to the top of Mount Taranaki during their weekend barbecue cook out.

The beliefs of the Maori with regard Taranaki appears similar to that held by the Kadazandusun about Kinabalu.

‘Whakapapa’ is the Maori word that explains “the people’s link back to the land, the family tree that stems from our ancestors out into the land, that is what ties the iwi back to these [sacred burial] sites,” explained Taranaki Iwi Trust chairman Toka Walden.

“The act of cooking over an ancestor is tapu (taboo) – it’s something that you just don’t do,” said Taranaki Department of Conservation chief Phil Mohi explaining why the Maoris were angry. See ‘BBQ on Mt Taranaki offends‘ (Otago Daily Times, 19 Jan 2011).


Christian triumphalism and superiority complex

Like the Aborigines and Maoris, other natives elsewhere around the world suffered their spiritual beliefs demeaned and denigrated by the Christian conquerors of the past and the arrogant evangelista descendents today.

The traditional faiths of the ‘First Nation’ tribes and the Inuits in Canada as well as the United States, the Incans in Peru, Aztecs in Mexico, Mayans in Guatemala and other ‘Indians’ was fair game for the white missionaries.


Conquistadors viewed natives as heathen savages

According to The American Holocaust by David E. Stannard,

“Following Columbus, each time the Spanish encountered a native individual or group in the course of their travels they were ordered to read to the Indians a statement informing them of the truth of Christianity and the necessity to swear immediate allegiance to the Pope and to the Spanish crown. After this, if the Indians refused or even delayed in their acceptance (or, more likely, their understanding) of the requerimiento, the statement continued:”

Holocaust - Columbus


Tomas Ortiz’s description of ‘Indians’

In 1525 Tomas Ortiz, a Dominican priest, wrote a report to the Council of the Indies. He argued that Indians did not possess the same natural rights as Europeans:

“On the mainland they eat human flesh. They are more given to sodomy than any other nation. There is no justice among them. They go naked. They have no respect either for love or for virginity. They are stupid and silly. They have no respect for truth, save when it is to their advantage. They are unstable. They have no knowledge of what foresight means…. They are incapable of learning. Punishments have no effect upon them. Traitorous, cruel, and vindictive, they never forgive. Most hostile to religion, idle, dishonest, abject, and vile, in their judgments they keep no faith or law…. Liars, superstitious, and cowardly as hares. They eat fleas, spiders, and worms raw, whenever they find them. They exercise none of the humane arts or industries. When taught the mysteries of our religion, they say that these things may suit Castilians, but not them, and they do not wish to change their customs…. The older they get the worse they become…. I may therefore affirm that God has never created a race more full of vice and composed without the least mixture of kindness or culture…. We here speak of those whom we know by experience…. The Indians are more stupid than asses and refuse to improve in anything.”

Based on these alleged deficiencies, Ortiz argued that Spain could conquer and take the land of the natives of America.

Source: Wilcomb E. Washburn, Red Man’s Land, White Man’s Law: The Past and Present Status of the American Indian (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1971) via Encyclopedia.com

conquistador ship

And the bloodline continues

What kind of people are they?

The stalker I’ve been complaining about at Annie’s blog similarly scatters his birdshit at RockyBru, OutSyed the Box and a few other sopo blogs.

A couple of weeks ago, I had blogged:

“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.”

I also said that Annie’s blog had been hijacked to become the evangelista bully pulpit.

The ultra kiasu gang of bullies had put in four consecutive first comments slagging me. The personal attacks on me were totally unrelated to Annie’s topic. They simply ambil kesempatan untuk hentam kromo.

This same modus operandi was employed by the creepy Christian in Rocky’s blog yesterday.

Rocky had posted on the pro-Tun bloggers quarreling with the pro-Najib bloggers over 1MDB. The issue has nothing to do with me as I’m not fighting with either camp.

Yet the sneaky bastards snuck their ad hominem against me into the reader feedback to Rocky’s posting see below, http://www.rockybru.com.my/2015/06/truce-anti-najib-faction-says-no-way.html?showComment=1433574353970#c1099365545415164503

Note that this pro-Hannah ‘Anon’ snide – which was completely off topic – at Rocky’s alludes to my postings on Rohingya and ‘statelessness’ (I published a press statement by Hindraf) which has nothing to do with Rocky’s 1MDB topic.

The reason the Creepy Christians are getting away with their despicable gang bullying is because Malays are by nature rather laidback.

Needless to say, Malays continue to be too easygoing at their own peril – sebab tu lah pelampau Kristian hipokrit dah berani membuli semua orang – tak kisah lah ulama PAS ke, Isma ke, orang kampung ke … habis kepala dipijak dan dilanyak diorang.


BiaDAP betul

Tapi penakut yang tak berani letak nama betul.

Another creepy ‘Anon’ attack against me was logged as an early comment on May 29 @ Rocky’s, see below. From their persistent smears employing the same vile and vicious methods, you can see clearly for yourself what kind of people the evangelistas are.

When they manage to acquire more power, just imagine the kind of kurang ajar they will show to your mothers, your wives and your daughters.

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‘ PAS a hypocrite if doesn’t quit S’gor govt ’ – reminder from DAP Teresa Kok says “JPJ is not a mosque”

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  • 1. allabih  |  June 10, 2015 at 8:33 am

    This will continue as long as the liberal perompak is in charge.

    • 2. SejarahEropahdanKristianity yang bagus  |  June 11, 2015 at 1:06 am

      hello saudari Helen.. this is a very good write up on the Europeans tribes who sailed the world in the middle ages killing natives all over the world.

      Gua ada tulis sikit pasal sejarah orang eropah dan ugama Yahudi Jesus Christ tetapi you take the trouble to research all the european material available now on the internet.

      The Christian believers hide behind the atheists like Elton John or john lennon or Brad Pitt who are kind hearted modern europeans.

      This is because superstition have eroded among the europeans especially Russian who killed the familiese who claim Jesus power to rule. But in Britain, the Christian Queen is still influential as the defender of the Christian faith but thanks to Rowan Atkinson, the christians are belittled.

      They hide behind frocks until St John students like Najib hey, the Christians are good people!!

  • 3. afendihamat  |  June 10, 2015 at 10:25 am

    Christians here are full of “love, love, love….”

    They’ll whitewash their cruel past and employ the art of misdirection as I’ve seen some of them here did whenever given a straight question based on facts.

    Once you’ve exposed them enough, I believe they’ll justify their attack on you and cloak it in religious terms probably. Or bring up “racism” and “divisive”-ness…

    Cowards and hypocrites.

  • 4. Qalam Qabut  |  June 10, 2015 at 10:27 am

    On the whole, its called ‘progress’. Any other way will nicely fit Tomas Ortiz’s description, Indians or not.

  • 5. KJ10Q  |  June 10, 2015 at 11:05 am

    Mat Sabu said ‘inilah pakatan yang boleh tumbangkan kerajaan BN!’

    In other words, it’s so close to achieving the dream of UBAH, so must keep the pact until the purpose is achieved.

    Elsewhere I read that SB reported more than 80% border personnel are on the take of corruption money, putting the Country at risk of human trafficking.

    Allah says appreciate what you already have, then nescaya Allah will give you more. Those corrupt people obviously aren’t appreciative people, and therefore they eat corruption money, to the extent of selling their own mak dan bapak dan bini pun sanggup jual sekali.

    And TAHALUF SIYASI was the anak haram lahir akibat berzina antara PAS dan DAP, and the dorongan for this anak haram bernama TAHALUF SIYASI is money and power.

    So there you have it. The Chinese are very materialistic and pragmatic people. If you allow them to eat pork, drink arak and berjudi in the same time becoming a muslim, then they would not mind to convert even sekarang pun. So being Christian evangelists is just a vehicle to achieve their political purpose, nothing religious in their calling themselves that.

    Just like how they corrupted Buddhism by creating all kinds of Buddha statutes and recognising living Buddhas amongst themselves, they would corrupt Christianity beyond recognition too.

    Corrupt government officials, kumpulan militan TAHALUF SIYASI, DAP, could have their orgy together after the next PRU.

  • 6. Crankshaft  |  June 10, 2015 at 11:29 am

    Rohingya misfires?? You had me convinced, and that is a hard feat to accomplish.

    • 7. Helen Ang  |  June 10, 2015 at 2:18 pm

      Yes, it is a very hard feat to go against the domineering voices who exercise a Goebbels-like control over the favoured storyline in our public sphere.

      But my online poll reveals that those who do not want the Rohingya to stay are the majority albeit a silent one.

      • 8. Crankshaft  |  June 13, 2015 at 5:03 pm

        Group think is what they call it.

  • 9. lemac  |  June 10, 2015 at 11:31 am

    Ramadhan is coming. Since DAPsters has broken ties with PASpisspuss, i hope not to see anymore pork belly christian evangelistas playing truant in tudungs breakingfast plus lecturing in mosques, stirring empty pot of bubur lambuk, ‘facebook fasting’ and other non halal food antics.

    These acts of religious terrorism and provocation must stop. Be forewarned. Period.

  • 10. Noon  |  June 10, 2015 at 11:39 am

    Mereka ni makhluk perosak.. terbukti zaman berzaman.

  • 11. Gene Kok  |  June 10, 2015 at 12:02 pm

    To generalize that all Christians are bad isn’t right, Helen. I just believe that the people who spew hatred disingenuously like these DAPSTERS, and who continually speak ill of others but hide behind a veil, are just bad people. It just happens that they believe in the Christianity . [We also don’t know if the uncouth louts who climbed Mt. Kinabalu are Christians, but they are definitely white and scum]

    Scum: that’s how I would describe the DAPSTERS as being. They have found the way to peoples’ psyche and are exploiting it very cleverly. Everything they say they want to do, provides succour to the masses but most things that they actually do fly against what they say. But the people are so committed to their cause that they remain consistent in their committment even in the wake of the most hypocritical actions.

    No, Christians aren’t bad. It just so happens that the DAPSTERS have hijacked the faith and are using it in their bid to gain power.


    • 12. Helen Ang  |  June 10, 2015 at 2:14 pm

      re: “the people who spew hatred disingenuously like these DAPSTERS, and who continually speak ill of others but hide behind a veil are just bad people.”

      Are just like Hannah ‘Tudung’ Yeoh, literally.

      re: “It just happens that they believe in the Christianity.”

      Of the cultish, evangelical kind.

      re: “They have found the way to peoples’ psyche and are exploiting it very cleverly. Everything they say they want to do, provides succour to the masses but most things that they actually do fly against what they say.”

      These people choose of their own free will to get drunk on J-Juice.

      re: “But the people are so committed to their cause that they remain consistent in their commitment even in the wake of the most hypocritical actions.”

      These ABU-ABU-ABU people are beyond hope and beyond cure. Blinded by too much hate.

      re: “No, Christians aren’t bad. It just so happens that the DAPSTERS have hijacked the faith and are using it in their bid to gain power.”

      Then the Malaysian authorities had better start monitoring the evangelical churches just like the London authorities monitor the Finsbury Park Mosque.

      • 13. C72  |  June 10, 2015 at 5:33 pm

        And monitor the Christian-based home schools curriculum as well, please.

      • 14. Billie  |  January 29, 2016 at 11:34 pm

        Ms Ang, do you know the name of the ship that is above the And the Bloodline Continues in this article? and did it come from Spain?

        • 15. Helen Ang  |  January 30, 2016 at 9:12 am

          It’s a generic drawing of a caravel.

          Yes, Portuguese and Spanish ships. Christopher Columbus used on in his voyage to the New World.

  • 16. Ajay  |  June 10, 2015 at 1:30 pm

    What to do? Asian negros are the white men’s burden, or so they say lah.

  • 17. choc-mint  |  June 10, 2015 at 4:22 pm

    Helen..1mdb masalah problem kitew semua rakyat m’sia..bila najib tak tak cukup duit bayaq bunga kat bank depa sedut mana kalau tak kwsp/tabung haji/bank m’sia oh hong leong depa tak suh bg duit kot..dan yg paling risau adakah m’sia masih merdeka/m’sia sudah dijual borong kat Negara lain..org kaya selain ayahanda tun dan sekutu tak risau kot..1mdb nak bayaq bunga pon melilau cekau sana sini utang bertambah masih ada rakyat m’sia yg senang hati dan pemimpin selain dr nak menjawab pasai 1mdb duk carik salah org lain yg tak membabitkan rakyat langsung..mungkin kita tak anggap m’sia Negara tumpah darah kita tu sbb kita tak amik pot langsung…

  • 18. Salleh Telegu  |  June 10, 2015 at 11:25 pm

    LKW the Ah Jib paid PR soldier of fortune. has started the ball rollng by stage managed the event of the nyonya forced to put on sarong by “the little Napoleon” at PJ JPJ office…to divert 1MDB issue from the Tionghuas

    • 19. Helen Ang  |  June 10, 2015 at 11:55 pm

      (1) It’s not appropriate for you to call her a ‘nyonya’. By definition, a nyonya is someone who wears sarong all the time (just like a monk wears his saffron robe all the time).

      The woman was wearing a short skirt. So she’s not a nyonya. It’s more correct for you to refer to her as perempuan Cina or wanita Tionghua.

      (2) re: “LKW … stage managed the event of the nyonya forced to put on sarong by ‘the little Napoleon’ at PJ JPJ office”

      Your accusation implies that the woman as well as the Rela guard who gave her the sarong were both in some way connected with LKW. Do you have any evidence of this?

      (3) re: “… to divert 1MDB issue from the Tionghuas”

      Why the need to “stage manage” this event to divert attention when there are real-life events that are already occupying our attention such as the earthquake in Sabah, the mass graves in Padang Besar, Perlis and the PAS-DAP spilling over from the muktamar to the sinecures in Penang and Selangor?

  • 20. Jeff  |  June 11, 2015 at 8:40 am

    And yet most from the East are dying to emigrate to the Christian West. While secular in nature now, their foundation was built on Christian values and hence they lead the world in democracy, human rights and equality. If Christianity is as bad as Helen and her flock make it out to be, I shudder to think how bad the other religions are based on how their societies operate.

    • 21. Helen Ang  |  June 11, 2015 at 9:06 am

      re: “And yet most from the East are dying to emigrate to the Christian West.”

      Like Hannah Yeoh.

      Isn’t it most hypocritical then for her to make a 180-degree turn to ask the youth to remain in Malaysia and UBAH the country (= votes for DAP) when her own application for Permanent Residence in Tasmania, Australia was rejected?

      re: “While secular in nature now, their foundation was built on Christian values …”

      Correct. But the followers of Christianity in Malaysia can’t make up their mind.

      When restrictions like conservative dress code are couched as Islamic values, the Christians declare that we’re becoming an Islamic state. For Christians, this is bad and against what they see as Malaysia’s “secular” constitution (note: I don’t agree that Malaysia is a secular country) and complain that “JPJ is not a mosque“.

      However, these same Christians are okay with a conservative dress code if it is to defend their Jerusubang icons. When it is questioned why Hannah ‘Hypocritical’ Yeoh and Teo Nie Ching wore tudung, we are told that covering up the hair is (a) a custom practised by the Chinese labourer forefather (“foremothers”) or (b) churchgoers also cover their hair and hence tudung is a Christian practise.

      The things that Dapster evangelistas will say just to tegakkan benang basah.

      re: “… and hence they lead the world in democracy, human rights and equality.”

      You’re talking about the countries belonging to Christendom like Scandinavia and France, Switzerland etc leading the world in democracy.

      So does it mean that each time the evangelical party DAP shouts “Democracy”, “human rights” and “equality”, its Dapster evangelistas are indeed intending to Take Malaysia for Jesus?

      re: “If Christianity is as bad as Helen and her flock make it out to be, I shudder to think how bad the other religions are based on how their societies operate.”

      The countries that you implicitly allude to (i.e. Scandinavia and France, Switzerland etc which are leading democracies) have been Christian for more than a thousand years.

      Do the Dapster evangelistas want to make our society Christian too so that we can share in the enjoyment of “democracy, human rights and equality”? The Jerusubangites seem to have gotten a degree of success with their “Take Subang for Jesus” effort.

  • 22. Uncle T  |  June 11, 2015 at 9:44 am

    I would like to add another historical account of the crusader’s brutality. The following is taken from page page 115 of the book ‘A World Without Islam’ by Graham E. Fuller:

    “…. After a long and costly siege, the crusaders broke into the city on 15 July (1099) and in a twenty-four hour period murdered virtually every single inhabitant – men, women, and children, Muslim, Jew, and most Eastern Orthodox Christians – probably about sixty thousand people. This included thousands of Jews taking refuge in their synagogue, and many thousands more Muslims in the al-Aqsa mosque. The Catholic Encyclopedia reports tersely: ‘the Christians entered Jerusalem from all sides and slew its inhabitants regardless of age or sex.’

    Fulcher of Chartres, a crusader who participated in the conquest wrote: ‘ Indeed, if you had been there you would have seen our feet coloured to our ankles with blood of the slain. But what more shall I relate? None of them were left alive; neither women nor children were spared.’ …….”

    But we should be more careful of today’s crusaders as they are more subtle and can hide their brutality with ‘love, love, love’.


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