Why are anti-Islam sentiments escalating?

June 24, 2015 at 3:39 am 125 comments

Because of the incitement and instigation by evangelistas who are vicious Super Cyberbullies, that’s why.


Hannah Yeoh should try to puasa a few days

One commenter tres directed the following remark at me @ 2015/06/23 at 4:07 pm, “Tak de kerja nak buat kecuali nak kutuk orang walaupun orang cuba berpuasa?”

Indeed, I agree that Hannah Yeoh should be given all the encouragement to try her hand at fasting a few days this month – just like her evangelista colleague Ong Kian Ming, the Jaguh Hashtag #sahur.

As such, I intend to run a series reminding Madame Speaker daily to desist from her greediness in food intake.

Since Hannah is loudly proclaiming she’s “not anti-Islam” and is perpetually seen as getting close to the faith, then it should be beneficial for her to reap some lessons from Ramadhan.

hannahyeoh-fat-gemuk mug

Hannah, stop your constant craving for food (1)

@hannahyeoh: “awake at 5:30am after a few hours of sleep, craving for nasi lemak ayam goreng with a lot of sambal.”

And stop your constant name-calling too as well as “spewing” this and that accusation.

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  • 1. Melayu Malaysia  |  June 24, 2015 at 5:46 am

    HY could start her getting closer to God by following her faith as closely as possible.. No pork, no wine (alcohol) and start covering herself up. Read up the Injil and the Quran and seek for the truth.

    Next, if she so wants to be with her Muslim sisters then, she should better behave like one herself. Go study Islam. And most importantly, stop being a hypocrite…that is very unIslamic….

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    • 2. Jeff  |  June 24, 2015 at 12:29 pm

      “Go study Islam. And most importantly, stop being a hypocrite…that is very unIslamic….”

      Wonder how many UMNO ministers will pass the hypocrisy test?

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      • 3. islam1st  |  June 24, 2015 at 11:35 pm

        Why do you even care? Kat Oz depa tak bagi kau cakap politik ke Jeff? Atau memang kau kunci mulut sebab takut depa tahu kau tu mulut longkang and deport ko?

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        • 4. Jeff  |  June 25, 2015 at 5:16 am

          Cos I still have a lot of family and friends in Malaysia, and for their sakes, I don’t want to see fanatical ideas and corruption take over. Most of my family can’t emigrate so they have to continue to live there.

          Why is it that you don’t practice what you preach? Your handle says Islam1st and yet you only seem to be against Hannah Yeoh and DAP, when it’s clear to most that UMNO has reached unprecedented corruption levels.

          The way Hannah gets ripped apart on this blog while other much more influential and immoral individuals in the ruling party are barely given a mention is laughable to me. Am not saying that DAP or Hannah are angles in any way, but the partisan reporting and commentary has reached ridiculous levels.

          Surely Islam condemns corruption and hypocrisy, so am not sure as to why you and your other so called Islamic brothers on here generally are happy to only target one party?

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          • 5. Jeff  |  June 25, 2015 at 5:18 am

            * angels.

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          • 6. i hate n'sync  |  June 25, 2015 at 10:36 am

            Didn’t you just said recently that Malaysia is a hopeless basket case? Now you are saying that you still care because you have got families and friends here.

            Be consistent-lah sikit.

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            • 7. RINA  |  June 25, 2015 at 12:09 pm

              Ni golongan ‘not here neither there or anywhere’. See, relatives tersangkut kat sini, makan berak dan menyalak tak renti pasai cannot go there wan.

              Jeff, why the hell are they still here? Not enough money or qualifications to qualify their move or what?

              Haiya . Help them la.

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              • 8. Jeff  |  June 25, 2015 at 3:57 pm

                “Jeff, why the hell are they still here? Not enough money or qualifications to qualify their move or what? ”

                Most of them come from poor families and couldn’t afford to go to university. As most government scholarships were given to bumis with much lower marks than them, that avenue was also lost. The poor chaps are stuck in menial jobs due to a system that only promotes some.

                Anyway, let’s not digress, don’t you think my initial observation is fair? Why constantly bring in Islam and use it as a moral code to judge the shortcomings of others, when the party that you lot support are the definition of haram.

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                • 9. RINA  |  June 25, 2015 at 5:00 pm

                  ……As most government scholarships were given to bumis….

                  Betoi ke? Have you seen the latest figures?

                  Apa lu pikir pelajaran anak2 kami lekeh sangat ke? You must be dreaming. This is 2015 tau, not 1950.

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                  • 10. Jeff  |  June 25, 2015 at 7:49 pm

                    Why do you guys not answer the main question that I posed which is the hypocrisy of the so called Islamic God botherers on this blog? The truth must certainly hurt.

                    Let’s forget about the other issues for now as UMNO supporters will refuse to acknowledge the blatant discrimination against the minorities. No point even trying to explain this as it just won’t be accepted.

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                    • 11. islam1st  |  June 25, 2015 at 10:52 pm

                      ‘Why do you guys not answer the main question that I posed which is the hypocrisy of the so called Islamic God botherers on this blog? The truth must certainly hurt. ‘

                      Kau tu dah la tak faham Bahasa Kebangsaan. Islamophobes pulak tu. So aku fikir ‘No point even trying to explain this as it just won’t be accepted.’

                      Kalau kau sincere, kau cuba belajar pasal Islam dan Muslims perlahan-perlahan. Baca. Baca. Baca. Moga-moga dapat petunjuk. Tapi kalau tak ikhlas, tak buat baik, kebaikan takkan datang kut…ntahla

                    • 12. shamshul anuar  |  June 27, 2015 at 10:51 am

                      Jeff,

                      The problem is that you are very bitter. and it is not good for your health.

                      If you care to check the statistics, only 55% of scholarship given to malays. And please do not overestimate Chinese or whoever educational performance.

                      My son also got a very good grade on SPM. Yet, he was not offered even 1 scholarship. I cant blame UMNO, Najib for that.

                      May I remind you that there are thousand Malays who sponsor the educations of their children . i know personally several who send their children to Egypt doing medical degree. Yup. They fork out their own money.

                      “blatant discrimination”?

                      When blacks were still treated just a bit better than slave, one Chinese who was just previously an immigrant was appointed as Governor of Melaka in 1957.

                      The problem is that you and DAP together with its worshippers want EVERYTHING for Chinese.

                      Try saying that in Australia. The aussies would simply say “Get lost”.

                • 13. i hate n'sync  |  June 27, 2015 at 1:54 am

                  Dear Jeff,

                  It is true that Islam does not discriminate by race.

                  It is also true that Islam recognizes that there are people of many faiths.

                  All that is beautiful in Islam in doctrine does not mean that all muslims are saints. Humans are flawed and imperfect.

                  Now, the same goes for Christians, Atheists, Capitalists, Democrats and people of all denominations.

                  So many things that are wrong in our society is not compatible with the messages of the Book.

                  So let us accept your “amazing” observation, that people are not embracing and practising the highest ideals of Islam.

                  So what?

                  If the Chinese are such great Buddhists they would not be ruining lives with their gambling, prostitution and bribery.

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                  • 14. Jeff  |  June 27, 2015 at 9:38 am

                    “It is true that Islam does not discriminate by race.”

                    Are you an expert on Islam? I tend to disagree with the above statement, being somewhat knowledgeable on the religion, but I am not willing to make a definitive statement on it either way until I learn more about the faith.

                    “All that is beautiful in Islam in doctrine does not mean that all muslims are saints. Humans are flawed and imperfect.

                    Now, the same goes for Christians, Atheists, Capitalists, Democrats and people of all denominations. ”

                    Believe it or not, I am in total agreement with you. The issue I have is with a lot of Muslims on this blog. The people who adhere to other creeds generally do not preach on here about their respective faiths the way our Muslim brethren do. When you start appealing to your religious texts and beliefs to make judgements on the shortcomings of others, you immediately open yourself up to be criticicsed on your own person and moral conduct.

                    I simply find it hypocritical for a lot of the Muslims here to constantly berate Hannah, and in many cases for the most insignificant of actions, but then conveniently ignore much more scandalous things being done by UMNO ministers. If they want to do that, fine, we all have our personal biases, but do not take the moral and religious high ground in the process of doing so, because then they simply come a cross as a bunch of hypocrites.

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                    • 15. Jeff  |  June 27, 2015 at 12:04 pm

                      *personal

                    • 16. i hate n'sync  |  June 28, 2015 at 12:13 pm

                      I have no idea what level of expertise you require to partake in a discussion on Islam. The Qur’an clearly stated that Allah created people of different creed, tribes and communities. The only thing that matters is our faith. Universalism is the singular appeal of Islam that unites Muslims from all over the world.

                      This is Helen’s blog and the favorite roast is Hannah. I personally haven’t gotten over the bangsa Malaysia stunt she pulled with her first born and the morons who agrees with her. But you are right in the sense that it is bordering on an obsession.

                      Then again I am reminded of how the damn songkok and tudung was a freaking big issue with dap even in parliament and dun and uia and the real hypocrisy of politicians currying favor with the electorate by playing to their sentiments, including the supposed blackouts and Bangladesh voters.

                    • 17. Helen Ang  |  June 28, 2015 at 1:13 pm

                      re: “I personally haven’t gotten over the bangsa Malaysia stunt she pulled with her first born and the morons who agrees with her.”

                      She’s pulling the same bangsa Malaysia stunt with her tudung and there are still plenty of morons who justify Madame’s hypocrisy to curry favour with Malay voters.

                      re: “But you are right in the sense that it is bordering on an obsession.”

                      The Pakatan government in Selangor may fall and then she will no longer be Speaker. She’ll have to assuage her publicity craziness in the church circuit then. They’re welcome to her. Keep her within the church and out of hogging the politics of my state, and there will be little reason to feature her in my blog.

                • 18. i hate n'sync  |  June 27, 2015 at 1:58 am

                  And if I may add, if Francis Yeoh is such a great Christian he will not continue to make such excessive profit off the masses and putting his wealth into greater causes than an opera house. Money don’t buy culture, let alone class.

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                  • 19. Jeff  |  June 28, 2015 at 4:57 pm

                    “I have no idea what level of expertise you require to partake in a discussion on Islam. The Qur’an clearly stated that Allah created people of different creed, tribes and communities”

                    The following being just one of many verses that allude to the separation of followers of different creeds.I will only quote this verse, but am also aware that context is paramount when interpreting religious texts, and am not pretending to know the religion on a scholarly level.

                    Qur’an (5:51) – “O you who believe! do not take the Jews and the Christians for friends; they are friends of each other; and whoever amongst you takes them for a friend, then surely he is one of them; surely Allah does not guide the unjust people.”

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                    • 20. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 7:05 pm

                      ‘Allah does not guide the unjust people’

                      Truly. Jeff Islam does not need you. Quite the contrary!

                    • 21. Jeff  |  June 28, 2015 at 7:31 pm

                      Islam1st, is Allah effectively saying that all Christians and Jews are unjust, and do Muslims genuinely believe this? Also, looking at the above verse and taking it at face value, surely a true Muslim should not be in acquaintance with a Christian or a Jew, right? Or is there a deeper meaning to this verse?

                    • 22. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 8:26 pm

                      Jeff, look around with all honesty and see for yourself who is the real victim here? But you must be really honest about it. Otherwise you simply won’t see.

                      As for the ayat, you might want to get a hold of a good Muslim scholar in Australia and learn from him. Having an uninformed and what more a prejudice take on it is simply unjust. To yourself and the rest of us.

                      Thus ‘surely Allah does not guide the unjust people’. May your good deeds will bring you closer to God.

                    • 23. i hate n'sync  |  June 28, 2015 at 9:08 pm

                      Jeff,

                      The clauses in the quran I was referring to are as follows:

                      Surah 30:22
                      And of His signs is the creation of the heavens and the earth and the diversity of your languages and your colors. Indeed in that are signs for those of knowledge.

                      Surah 49:13
                      O mankind, indeed We have created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is the most righteous of you. Indeed, Allah is Knowing and Acquainted.

                      As for 5:51, your translation is slightly off.
                      O you who have believed, do not take the Jews and the Christians as allies. They are [in fact] allies of one another. And whoever is an ally to them among you – then indeed, he is [one] of them. Indeed, Allah guides not the wrongdoing people.

                      http://quran.com/

                      If you use the link above, you can get all different translated versions. Indeed the context is important, but the idea in 5:51 is that we are our own (religious) keepers. We should not expect others to help us if we do not help ourselves. It certainly does not mean that Muslims should not befriend Christians or Jews. The Quran clearly stated that they are also people of the Book. If intermarriages among the people of the Book is permitted, let alone befriending them?

                    • 24. i hate n'sync  |  June 28, 2015 at 9:12 pm

                      Don’t get your knickers all twisted with Allah not guiding the “unjust” or “wrongdoing” people. That refers to hidayah. You need to understand that in most religions, the guidance of Allah / God is not automatic but conditional. You need to open your heart to it and pray that Allah / God will guide you on His path.

                      Even among muslims, the hidayah can be denied and unrevealed.

                    • 25. i hate n'sync  |  June 28, 2015 at 9:13 pm

                      unjust muslims I mean

                    • 26. i hate n'sync  |  June 28, 2015 at 9:37 pm

                      Read Quran 5:48 till 5:51 and you’ll see.

                      And We have revealed to you, [O Muhammad], the Book in truth, confirming that which preceded it of the Scripture and as a criterion over it. So judge between them by what Allah has revealed and do not follow their inclinations away from what has come to you of the truth. To each of you We prescribed a law and a method. Had Allah willed, He would have made you one nation [united in religion], but [He intended] to test you in what He has given you; so race to [all that is] good. To Allah is your return all together, and He will [then] inform you concerning that over which you used to differ.

    • 27. Keris  |  June 24, 2015 at 9:03 pm

      In the Name of Allah The Most Compassionate and Merciful

      (130) And who would be averse to the religion of Abraham except one who makes a fool of himself. We chose him and rendered him pure in this world: And in the Hereafter he will be in the ranks of the Righteous. (131) When his Lord said to him, “Submit (thy self)”, he said “I do submit to the Lord and Cherisher of the universe.” (132) And this was the legacy Abraham left to his sons, and so too did Jacob: “Oh my sons! Allah has chosen the Faith for you; so die not except in the Faith of Islam (submission to Truth).”

      (133) Or were you witnesses when death approached Jacob, when he said to his sons, “What will you worship after me?” They said, “We will worship your God and the God of your fathers, Abraham and Ishmael and Isaac – the One God. And we are Muslims in submission to Him.” (134) That was a nation which has passed on. It will be judged by the consequences of what it had earned, and you will have to answer for what you earn. And you shall not be queried about what they used to do.

      (135) They say: “Become Jews or Christians if you would be guided to salvation.” Say: “Nay! For me the Religion of Abraham the True, and he never joined any gods with Allah.” (136) Say, oh believers: “We believe in Allah, and the revelation given to us, and to Abraham, Isma’il, Isaac, Jacob, and the Tribes, and what was given to Moses and Jesus, and also given to all the prophets from their Lord. We do not differentiate between one and the other amongst them. And we bow in submission to Allah (the Creator and Sustainer).” (137) So if they believe as you believe, they are indeed on the right path; but if they turn back, it is they who have fallen into a schism; but Allah will suffice you against them, and the Lord is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing.

      (137) Religion is the Baptism (Initiation) of Allah: And who can baptize better than Allah? It is Allah Whom we worship.

      [Quran: surah al-Baqarah (The Heifer)]

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    • 28. Hannah Yeoh is Malay..admit it!  |  June 26, 2015 at 12:54 am

      I have anti Arab orientated Malay feelings. Islam is a religion but some buggers used it to make easy money like Azhar IDrus the guitarist. Charlatans have overtime used simplistic arguments to fool the simple minded over the millenia.
      So in europe its anti catholics or christian here we are feeling the self righteous malays who are actually stupid.
      People who rely on thousand of years philosophy cannot be clever as the europeans have shown when they discarded catholicsm and christianity.

      It is up to us the secular and modern malays to fight the dark and evilness lurking in the hearts of false prophets..

      Let Hannah Yeoh be a Malay lady is she wants after all this is Malay land..

      She doesnt have to believe in arabic religions..just be a simple malay woman will do..

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  • 29. tebing tinggi  |  June 24, 2015 at 6:17 am

    Proclaiming ,being not anti Islam ,well, could she say otherwise ?. People always lauded the difference .

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  • 30. true christians  |  June 24, 2015 at 6:34 am

    and as said in the good book, bible, those who commit adultery shall be stoned to death. looks like HY will be busy finding stones as subang jaya is known for massage parlour with extra thingy.
    #stone for adulterers in subang

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    • 31. The logical  |  June 24, 2015 at 12:18 pm

      You’ve got proof of that or you’re talking through fat fucking Helen angs arse? Remember it’s criminal to make an allegation of such severity without real evidence.

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      • 32. Helen Ang  |  June 24, 2015 at 1:03 pm

        You’re literally spitting venom (tsk, tsk, tsk your language). Is it any wonder the strong reaction that your lot is inducing among the majority population?

        I hope everyone will keep in mind that a lot of the DAP movers and shakers are exactly like this commenter ‘The Logical’ who in the past commented under various pseudonyms resembling alphabet soup.

        And making threats, some more. You sound like that VVIP fella who previously threatened reporters when they asked about his alleged affair with his Special Officer – “You dare you print lah, and you see what I do to you”.

        As for ‘true Christians’, he/she need not worry about this cybertrooper’s threat because (1) it’s a fact that Subang Jaya is full of massage parlours and (2) he always threatens and tries to lodge reports which are an exercise in futility since the authorities are sensible enough to see his complaints as frivolous, vexatious and malicious.

        In fact, this DAP operative calling himself ‘The Logical’ is getting close to Rani Kulup’s record who has already made 1,000 police reports – see news clipping below. He has also apparently reported me to the MACC (I mean the DAP political operator, not Rani). So obviously I’m doing something very right and they feel threatened by my blog.

        When Lim Sian See featured a photo of the super-sized rat caught in Subang Jaya, the DAP operatives tried to get her Facebook suspended by reporting (complaining) about the pix as being “graphic content”. Can you believe that?!

        When I ask “what kind of people are they”, the dirty, nasty methods by which they operate is revealing of the nature of the beast. Today they target people like me who diligently expose them – think Bintang Tiga. But do ask yourselves – eventually, what will this Bintang Lima incarnation do to you?

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        • 33. islam1st  |  June 25, 2015 at 11:06 pm

          ‘When Lim Sian See featured a photo of the super-sized rat caught in Subang Jaya, the DAP operatives tried to get her Facebook suspended by reporting (complaining) about the pix as being “graphic content”. Can you believe that?!’

          Bukan depa sokong kebebasan bersuara meh? Absolute freedom of speech? No meh?

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          • 34. Helen Ang  |  June 25, 2015 at 11:07 pm

            Depa hipokrit bukan kepalang. Munafik betoi.

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      • 35. Pai Kia  |  June 24, 2015 at 2:39 pm

        You freaking wise up if you are so bloody blur about your own sorry state.

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  • 36. maae  |  June 24, 2015 at 7:04 am

    Hannah must read the article written by Uthaya Sankar SB – Title : Wahyu, Wali dan Hinduisme under the column OPINION – published by one of Hannah’s media – strong supporter.

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  • 37. Cikgu Kampong  |  June 24, 2015 at 8:07 am

    Hanya orang bebal aje bersahur dengan nasi lemak…

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  • 38. Pwincess  |  June 24, 2015 at 8:16 am

    Kak Helen,

    I’ve stop buying anything from Prada ever since I saw Madame Hannah “Soalan Mulut” Yeoh holding one of Prada’s handbags. Plus, staff at Prada KLCC can be quite rude you know. Miu Miu is also off my list now.

    Love,
    Pwincess.

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    • 39. RINA  |  June 25, 2015 at 11:59 am

      Bole beli Prada tak ori from Korea for just RM3K a piece. Hehehe

      My kawan bought few colors so dia bole berlagak sana sini bila dia socialise dengan Prada carriers.

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    • 40. The Rithmatist  |  June 25, 2015 at 6:52 pm

      Ooh – you should know by now that Prada is so passé. As are LV, Hermes, Bottega Veneta etc…

      You should really be expanding your luxe horizons, my dear….

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      • 41. islam1st  |  June 25, 2015 at 11:14 pm

        Ya lor Malay maa, mana u lui like ‘apa lagi mau’ crowds wor! Stop the bullying already. Tak bully tak boleh meh? Jangan kiasi sangat lor!

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  • 42. The logical  |  June 24, 2015 at 12:16 pm

    It’s not. It’s just political scum like Helen which is creating an environment of hate for her political objectives. It’s that simple.

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    • 43. Helen Ang  |  June 24, 2015 at 12:41 pm

      It’s only simple in your delusional mind and YOU are the one who is “political scum” that is trying to tegakkan benang basah for the DAP’s Politics of Hate.

      The consequences of the DAP’s hatred is something quite tangible and members of the public can see.

      Friends of the DAP like Khalid Gereja, Mujahid Yusuf Rawa, Hanipa Maidin and Dr Dzul were wiped out in the recent PAS election. The ulamas whom you people (DAP operatives, Dapsters, evangelistas) mock and deride daily, made a complete sweep in their thumping win.

      The newly election deputy chair of Dewan Ulama specifically pointed out that Christians are in control of the DAP.

      Dewan Ulama PAS kelmarin “menyalahkan Cina Kristian sebagai kumpulan yang melakukan penentangan terhadap usaha parti itu mempertahankan kesucian Islam dan melaksanakan hukum hudud”, mengikut laporan IsmaWeb bertajuk ‘Cina Kristian penentang Islam, hudud, kata Dewan Ulama PAS‘.

      Kata Ustaz Zawawi, “Berlaku perubahan baru dalam suasana politik di Malaysia apabila masyarakat Cina yang dahulunya penganut Buddha menukar agama mereka kepada Kristian”.

      “Perubahan tersebut mula menyaksikan pertembungan antara PAS dan parti bukan Islam yang rata-ratanya Kristian dan diketahui seteru kepada umat Islam dari zaman berzaman”, tambah beliau.

      The Tuan Haji is clearly talking about you haters who are operating in the evangelical party.

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      • 44. RINA  |  June 25, 2015 at 12:28 pm

        ….The consequences of the DAP’s hatred is something quite tangible and members of the public can see…

        Betoi 100% and I live among them. My siblings ramai fm SJKC and are very fluent in many Chinese dialects, some even mistook as Chinese.

        Banyak rahsia kami tau!

        And mind you when they speak macam guna loudspeakers. So berhati2 bila bercakap / komen benda2 yang tak elok, person next to you may well be a Malay who understands every word being spoken about them in bahasa2 ibunda Negara China.

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        • 45. islam1st  |  June 25, 2015 at 11:22 pm

          ‘And mind you when they speak macam guna loudspeakers.’

          The culture is like that. Kalau tak cakap kuat-kuat. Tak jerit-jerit. Tak teriak-teriak. Muka xdak maa. Semua buat pun kena ada muka maa.

          Tengok Chinese billionaires pun bayar mahal-mahal nak jadi cultured. Kat Malaysia yang ada pun pergi public opis, pakai seluar jamban, how to be civilised like that??

          Kalau tak malu pun, hormat la orang sikit. Tak semua orang suka tengok celah peha kita. Hormat la sama hak orang tak mau tengok celah peha kita. Kalau cantik tu tak pa la jugak!

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  • 46. Mat  |  June 25, 2015 at 2:22 am

    Daripada fb BBCD…

    Wajah Hannah Yeoh waktu Tengahhari:
    Meluluskan segala usul dan cadangan di Selangor. Antaranya meluluskan Plan Pelaksanaan Model Tapak Khinzir kepada Tapak Khinzir Moden sekiranya wujud bantahan dari penduduk sekitar iaitu penduduk orang Islam di Tanjung Sepat, Sepang.

    Untuk pengetahuan semua, Tanjung Sepat adalah Dun kawasan milik PAS Mohd Haslin Hassan dan Parlimen Sepang pula adalah milik PAS Hanipa Maidin selalu peguam yang pernah mewakili pihak Syiah dalam membela anakguamnya.

    Wajah Hannah Yeoh waktu Petang:
    Memakai tudung dan baju kurung serta menyediakan makanan Masjid serta Kurma bagi jemaah yang mahu berpuasa seakan menyokong memakmurkan Islam.

    Walaupun pada waktu tengahhari telah meluluskan pembinaan Ladang Khinzir Mega di Selangor yang terbesar di Asia, dimana tempat yang didirikan adalah milik majoriti penduduk orang Islam.

    Tambahan…
    Wajah Hannah Yeoh waktu bangun sahur:
    Mengidam makan aje. Bangun 5.30am dah dekat masuk imsak. Mana sempat nak bedal macam-macam. Masuh subuh dah kena mula puasa. Sudahnya tak puasa juga.

    Wajah Hannah Yeoh waktu nak berbuka – seperti di waktu petang di atas.

    Hipokrit tulen!

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  • 48. HH  |  June 25, 2015 at 3:12 pm

    Anti-whatever faiths are more prevalently seen in state sanctioned religions where it revel in reinforcement from the authorities and agencies.

    Religiosity ought to be exclusive between followers and the object of their worship. Followers yield to the tenets of their faith by their own will. Common law on the other hand seek to regulate the masses and compel the people to adhere to its terms through imposition of penalties and punishments of sorts.

    When religion somehow converged into the law of the land with the punishment clause handily available to be utilized, the impending enroachment of individual liberties are much feared.

    The oppositions are not anti-Islam. Not when it is the Muslim votes that matter. Thus the HY ‘I am not anti-Islam’ proclaimation to appease. The DAP is much disliked by the Malays. No doubt.

    As much as we like to romanticize the Middleast Islam-Christian holy feud has spilled beyond borders, the simple truth is it has little to do with faiths.

    DAP is seen as a Chinese pride fighting Chinese rights.

    That is why they are much hated.

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    • 49. The Rithmatist  |  June 25, 2015 at 3:39 pm

      And China standing up to the US over land reclamation in the South China Sea is what?

      Isn’t it also, as you put it, “Chinese pride fighting (for) Chinese rights”?

      How do you justify that, seeing as Malaysia is also one of the “claimant states” in the on-going South China Sea imbroglio?

      Is China “much hated” also?

      It’s odd that no one has the guts to tell China that!

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      • 50. RINA  |  June 25, 2015 at 5:10 pm

        Chinese in China mana boleh sama taraf dengan kau orang sini? How many % of Malaysian Chinese in our security forces compared to those living in China?

        Sini kamu very proud of products such as Alvivi couple, Alvin Tan. Senapang pendek dia kasi semua olang tengok kasi syiok2 pandai tembak girlfriend dia saja. Just read how they mould their young generations to fight for their country;

        http://m.scmp.com/news/china/article/1496188/focus-young-guns-china

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        • 51. The Rithmatist  |  June 25, 2015 at 6:46 pm

          Why don’t you answer my questions instead of mouthing off about irrelevant stuff?

          So, the Chinese in Malaysia are “fair game”, but you cannot criticise the Chinese in China because, hey, they are the big gorillas in the region?

          How pusillanimous and cowardly is that?

          Do feel free to comment when the Chinese Navy starts patrolling the Straits of Malacca. Who are you gonna call then – the Seventh Fleet?

          Heaven forbid that THE crusader mat salleh nation starts throwing it’s weight around in Malaysian waters.

          And with female and LGBT personnel serving on board US Navy ships, our mullahs and assorted conservatives will be frothing at their collective mouths.

          Wouldn’t that be wonderful to see?

          Hahaha….

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          • 52. islam1st  |  June 25, 2015 at 11:29 pm

            ‘How pusillanimous and cowardly is that?’

            Says he who fights for everything Singapura but Malaysia. Haha. Rumah takde cermin ke brader??

            And sekalang dok puji China meraban macam dia warga China pulak. Kau ni Rithmatist ada ‘Pendatang Complex’. Neither here nor there. Sekejap Singapura. Sekejap Amerika Syarikat. Sekejap China. Tapi dok melalak kat Malaysia. Typical pendatangs behaviour at its best!

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      • 53. HH  |  June 25, 2015 at 6:38 pm

        The Rithmatist

        Quote: How do you justify that, seeing as Malaysia is also one of the “claimant states” in the on-going South China Sea imbroglio?

        The Malays are more engrossed in domestic affairs than geopolitics. Nobody is definitely going to confuse the local Chinese stock with an economic powerhouse like China, the country et al.

        While the dead communist Chin Peng is not granted to come back to this land in ashes, Malaysia has no qualms hanging the communist red star flags all over KL to welcome President Xi Jinping of China.

        Double standard? Of course.

        So to your question, the Malaysian Chinese here are too far removed to be seen as any significant relevance to Mainland China in the eyes of the geopolitically-challenged ordinary masses.

        More importantly, the crux of my contention being DAP is despised, not because it yields Christian influence among its higher ranks, or it is anti-Islam.

        They are simply hated because DAP symbolises the Chinese (not mainland China) pride and their inherent traits that make the Chinese whom they are.( and what some quarters of the Malay population abhor. )

        DAP is hated because they are Chinese. Sure, putting the religion spin on it sort of makes it more palatable and noble a reason for certain quarter of the population to justify their race-based disdain.

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        • 54. The Rithmatist  |  June 25, 2015 at 6:49 pm

          Interesting. So “1 Malaysia” and “Malaysia Truly Asia” are merely marketing gimmicks and shills to attract gullible tourists and their hard currencies?

          How positively Machiavellian!

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          • 55. islam1st  |  June 25, 2015 at 11:45 pm

            ‘So “1 Malaysia” and “Malaysia Truly Asia” are merely marketing gimmicks and shills to attract gullible tourists and their hard currencies?’

            Ya lor. We belajar jadi kiasu maa. Want to outdo Cinapura. Bahasa Kebangsaan dipinggirkan. Bahasa Inggeris konon dibawa ke depan untuk penyatuan. Tup2 CANG HUA YI juga!

            Typical pendatangs behaviour. Kata nak abolish sistem beraja. Tutup Istana Gelam segala. Tapi Prelisiden Leepublik duduk dalam Istana. So Gland wor kuli jadi laja!

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            • 56. Jeff  |  June 26, 2015 at 11:38 am

              “Typical pendatangs behaviour”

              If you represent Islam as your handle suggests, I am damn glad that I am not a Muslim. Most atheists I know have a more solid moral compass that you do.

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              • 57. AE  |  June 26, 2015 at 2:16 pm

                Our moral compass does not point the same way as atheist moral compass do. Please take back these moral compass back to Australia. There should be an SOP for importing moral compasses just like importing malay/indonesia language bibles.

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                • 58. Jeff  |  June 26, 2015 at 4:17 pm

                  “Our moral compass does not point the same way as atheist moral compass do.”

                  Obviously. The atheists at least do not come across as a bunch of hypocrites.

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                  • 59. islam1st  |  June 26, 2015 at 11:08 pm

                    The religion is not for you anyway!

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                    • 60. Jeff  |  June 27, 2015 at 6:28 am

                      I wouldn’t want to be part of a religion that is not helping me to be a more understanding and tolerant person, and a less bigoted one. At least I have a choice to decide which religion to follow.

                    • 61. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 8:01 am

                      ‘I wouldn’t want to be part of a religion that is not helping me to be a more understanding and tolerant person, and a less bigoted one. At least I have a choice to decide which religion to follow.’

                      Sounds like a true bigot yourself!

        • 62. RINA  |  June 25, 2015 at 8:05 pm

          Alaaa, lu apa mau cakap banyak2?

          Security forces your numbers hardly 10%
          Scholarships melalak nak 25%

          Maybe their ships come you can send Alvivi couple to help fight for us? Gurantee US kalah wan!

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        • 63. islam1st  |  June 25, 2015 at 11:38 pm

          ‘DAP is hated because they are Chinese.’

          Of the ‘Asal Bukan Melayu’ kakis. Anti everything about the ‘lazy and stupid rent seekers’ to the extent of despising even the National Language, (simply for it bing Bahasa Melayu) the only common denominator to bind us all.

          Apa lagi Cina mahu?

          Owh and blame it on the racist Malays for the own arrogance!

          BTW China and the local Chinese are one now? 1China is it HH?

          So balik Tongsan and the ‘pendatang’ label tu tak salah la kan?

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          • 64. HH  |  June 26, 2015 at 10:19 am

            Islam1st

            Are you agreeing with me DAP is hated because they are seen as a Chinese party and anti-Malays?

            That’s a start.

            As for the 1China insinuation, I said no such thing. I was advocating the exact opposite.

            Talking about the pendatang label, weren’t you guys duplicitously adamant it was all endearing with no ill will attached to the term? Dah lupa kah?

            Dishonesty is such a bitch eh? You gotta keep track of your dishonesty….if not then kantoi.

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            • 65. islam1st  |  June 26, 2015 at 11:13 pm

              ‘Are you agreeing with me DAP is hated because they are seen as a Chinese party and anti-Malays?’

              DAP is hated because they are anti Malays and Islam by conduct. What democratic action when your political aspiration is going against the very essence of this country?

              ‘Dishonesty is such a bitch eh?’

              Setuju. HH, balik rumah tengok cermin kalau ada eh!

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            • 66. HH  |  June 27, 2015 at 11:00 am

              Why ask me to look into the mirror when it is “your kind” [sic] that is caught with your pants down?

              Feel free to relive your kantoi moment here….

              https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/06/03/najib-pendatang-should-never-be-used-to-refer-to-a-msian/

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              • 67. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 8:03 am

                Huh? Lost in translation kejap. Apa yang kau merepek ni yob??

                Seriously?

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        • 68. shamshul anuar  |  June 27, 2015 at 11:02 am

          HH,

          That is the beauty for being the “lord of the Land”. you can pick and choose who you want to extend generosity to.

          Chin Peng is not a Malaysian. He was a communist to the last breath. His brutal campaign brought nothing except misery.

          So why on earth Malaysia would want to accept his ashes.what is so great about this terrorist.

          AS FOR state visit by the President of China, the visit is to enhance on bilateral ties. Nothing to do with being hypocrite. Just because you are a hypocrite and that include entire DAP worshippers, DO NOT ASSUME others are so eager to follow your sordid way of thinking.

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          • 69. HH  |  June 27, 2015 at 2:32 pm

            Since you invoke the hallowed ground of arguments ‘lord of the Land’, I thread no further.

            On the other hand, maybe the ‘generous’ people ought to pat themselves on the back for their timely showering of generosity on the Chinese.

            The Chinese for one has been zealously hard working and competitive. Had they been lackadaisical and complacent, it would have been a nightmare for the generous folks.

            Just imagine the uninitiated Chinese being lazy and waiting for handouts while living off the goodwill of the Malays. Calling that a ‘great burden’ on the lord of the land would be an understatement.

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            • 70. shamshul anuar  |  June 27, 2015 at 4:38 pm

              HH,

              Chin Peng until his last breath was not a Malaysian. He just “missed” the boat one too many times. Tunku offered amnesty. Yet he rejected the offer.

              He has many many years to repent. Yet he did not. The only thing that people can remember is his cruelty.

              What I mean as “Lord of the land?”. I mean the very people who has the authority to decide whether his ashes can be brought to this land REFUSED to allow that.

              That is what I term as the beauty being the “lord of the land”. You can decide and no one can challenge it.

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            • 71. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 8:09 am

              ‘Just imagine the uninitiated Chinese being lazy and waiting for handouts while living off the goodwill of the Malays.’

              Well that just won’t serve the purpose the pendatangs are brought into the land would it? Anyway these pendatangs work for themselves ony. Lets get that straight HH. The country is rich as it is with or without the pendatangs.

              ‘The Chinese also keep repeating that Malaysia would be nothing today if the Chinese had not come to Malaya to help develop the country. Malaysia would still be a jungle. The Malays would still be living in trees if not because of the Chinese, they keep reminding us.

              The Malays have never lived in trees. They have always lived in houses. And the reason the Chinese came to Malaya from 1850 to 1920 was because Malaya was progressing. Malaya was rich in resources so the Chinese who were poor back in China wanted to exploit these resources, which they did and that is why they became rich.

              About 100 years after 1850, the date when the Chinese first started coming to Malaya in huge numbers, around 30% of the British economy depended on Malaya. Yes, that’s right, 30% of Britain’s economy depended on Malaya around the end of WWII.

              So that means even if the Chinese had not come to Malaya the country would have still prospered. Malaya prospered because the country was rich and not because the Chinese came to Malaya to make the country rich.

              Let us get that one point clear.’

              http://www.malaysia-today.net/mcs-the-malay-crutch-syndrome/

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              • 72. HH  |  June 28, 2015 at 3:36 pm

                Quote: “Anyway these pendatangs work for themselves ony. Lets get that straight HH. The country is rich as it is with or without the pendatangs.”

                This is a typical myopic view held by certain quarters to continue their prejudicial outlook while indulging in their favourite pastime, lamenting how others done them wrong.

                Poor lil ‘ol me.

                Citizens of course ‘work for themselves’. [sic] Only communism compels the people to work for the government.

                Self-equipping to meet the rising demand required by potential employers is itself an act of accountability. Employers don’t owe anyone a living, exception to the rule being policies meant to ensure competitiveness being taken out of the playing field just so certain quarters get an easy pass.

                Countries rich in natural resources are blessed but do not necessarily translate into what one would call a prosperous’ nation.

                Such guileless interpretation of the term ‘rich country/nation’ is laughable, if not outright dishonest.

                If natural resources are the sole contributing factor in determining the ‘prosperity’ of a nation, then perhaps those who hold this thought ought to explain the phenomena called Singapore and its success. A tiny dot with limited resources.

                Or on the opposite end, oil-rich Equatorial Guinea where its people still languish in poverty.

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                • 73. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 7:02 pm

                  ‘This is a typical myopic view held by certain quarters to continue their prejudicial outlook while indulging in their favourite pastime, lamenting how others done them wrong.’

                  So Raja Petra who thinks the same (with a Cina wife too not to mention) is myopic too?

                  ‘If natural resources are the sole contributing factor in determining the ‘prosperity’ of a nation, then perhaps those who hold this thought ought to explain the phenomena called Singapore and its success. A tiny dot with limited resources. ‘

                  So basically you are saying Cinas ‘travel’ the world to develop countries? Wow indeed!

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                  • 74. HH  |  June 28, 2015 at 8:51 pm

                    Islam1st

                    Uh, you talking about credibility?

                    The same dude that unbashedly admitted trying to implicate Madame R at a certain murder scene after the fact? Lol

                    Quote: “Cinas travel the world to build nation?”

                    No. Not all. Only those who stayed back.

                    Are you saying the non-bumis played no part at all in nation building? This is some serious allegation, malicious too.

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                    • 75. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 10:33 pm

                      ‘Are you saying the non-bumis played no part at all in nation building? This is some serious allegation’

                      How does that different from saying things like Malaysia will never develop without the Cinas? Or left bankrupt if the Cinas started leaving?

                      ‘malicious too.’

                      Well that’s a start.

                    • 76. HH  |  June 28, 2015 at 11:48 pm

                      Islam1st

                      Quote: “How does that different from saying things like Malaysia will never develop without the Cinas? Or left bankrupt if the Cinas started leaving?”

                      For starters if you hear someone making such statement you are free to take them on.

                      Did you catch me making such assertions?

                      You on the other hand insinuate non-bumis play no part in our nation building, thus I ask a direct question, just so I don’t mistook you for a bigot.

            • 77. RINA  |  June 28, 2015 at 8:00 pm

              HH,
              Apek sebenarnya pemalas. Merchants were considered the lowest social class in ancient China.

              Dah hidup lama dengan depa we will see.. Kepoh aje lebih.

              Yang nampak mereka kalut is becos they can’t communicate, so they go around in circles, nampak sibuk semacam.

              Bunyi tak payah cerita la, just put 5of them at one table, the whole hall will know what their conversation is about.

              Most don’t work with gomen so they don’t have access to the REAL figures. Depa melalak they contribute the most to our nation, mungkin enough to maintain basuh berak kencing depa aje kot.

              Do these people actually pay tax?

              Melopong, mengoyan lebih. HH, Rithmatics, hangpa go and look at the figures la. Imagine the Bumis are feeding you and your family yet you bark nonstop, even bite our hands some more?

              Jangan dok kasi malu diri sendiri ma.

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              • 78. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 8:32 pm

                ‘even bite our hands some more’

                The 153 yang nak reclaim hak kita depa gaduh nak jugak. Yang akta tu iktiraf hak depa buat harta masa kita tengah ‘diperhamba’ depa senyap seribu bahasa!

                Memang kiasu tak bertempat. Siege Mentality betoi. Rumah besaq. Kereta besaq. Makan besaq. Saiz pun besaq-besaq. Tapi still rasa macam warga kelas 2, 3 dan 4!

                Kesian…jenuh kita nak kena layan. Kalau Tunku ikut cakap Tun M dulu kat senang cerita.

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              • 79. HH  |  June 28, 2015 at 8:34 pm

                Rina

                If you have the alleged real figures showing the Chinese are nonchalantly feeding off others, feel free to share.

                Unlike some, I have no problem owning up to my mistakes in face of hard facts.

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                • 80. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 10:39 pm

                  ‘hard facts.’

                  Yea like when you say the Cinas are highly adaptable species kan? What so adaptable about those who traveled thousand of batu away from home only to end up speaking nothing but Cina?

                  Makan, Minum, Pakai, Tonton, Kawan, Cakap, nothing but Cina. What so adaptable about that me ami? If you are already different why would you want to differentiate yourself some more?

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                  • 81. Helen Ang  |  June 28, 2015 at 10:49 pm

                    LOL

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                    • 82. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 11:00 pm

                      Yup Helen, HH is such a joker is he not?

                    • 83. Helen Ang  |  June 28, 2015 at 11:04 pm

                      I found your comment – “Makan, Minum, Pakai, Tonton, Kawan, Cakap, nothing but Cina” and the punch line “If you are already different why would you want to differentiate yourself some more?” – to be loud-out-loud funny.

                    • 84. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 11:09 pm

                      I know. HH is such a joker. He brought out the funny side in me. Wink. Wink.

                • 85. RINA  |  June 28, 2015 at 11:21 pm

                  HH,
                  You go find out for yourself. APA ITU alleged real figures are you talking about? You pikiaq our accountants today guna sempoa and timbang to come out with figures ke?

                  Haiyaaa, you kalut2 but don’t contribute to the figures apa guna? Elok juga they bring in the proposed 1.5m Bangladeshis, at least gomen can collect levy from them;

                  http://www.fmm.org.my/Industry-@-Foreign_Worker_Levy_Rates.aspx

                  In dah le majority tak bayar cukai, melalak melolong tak kesudahan, sampai bila nak harap kedeghat titik peluh golongan Bumiputra asyik dok kena menanggung depa owh?

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          • 86. i hate n'sync  |  June 28, 2015 at 9:26 pm

            Malays are not lord(s) of the land. Dumbest term I’ve heard in a while. There have been no lords in this country except lord presidents.

            The special position of the Malays and the Bumiputera is to protect their existence, not to elevate their citizenship above others. The real lords are our king and sultans. They are the “lord” of this land.

            We are all equals in the eye of the law, and the Constitution drafters surely know a thing or two about Tuans who supposed too much.

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            • 87. shamshul anuar  |  June 29, 2015 at 12:22 am

              I Hate N’sync,

              It is quite simple actually. The “lord of the land” refuses to allow ashes of terrorist Chin peng to be brought in back to Malaysia.

              Dont understand sarcasm? Who is the “lord of the land” in this context. I am referring to Kerajaan Persekutuan.

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    • 88. AE  |  June 26, 2015 at 1:06 pm

      HH”The oppositions are not anti-Islam. Not when it is the Muslim votes that matter. Thus the HY ‘I am not anti-Islam’ proclaimation to appease. The DAP is much disliked by the Malays. No doubt.”

      DAP’s need for muslim vote does not prove that DAP is NOT anti islam. Not when their action shows otherwise. No doubt about that. Appease all you want but we know…oh we know.

      The Rithmatist”It’s odd that no one has the guts to tell China that!”

      Why must Malaysia, a small country, risk military and economic repercussion by going against China the way only USA can? Suicide lah. We are going the civilised way to settle the territorial dispute, through the ICJ. Safer course of action. Berani tak tentu hala pun tak bagus. Mati katak je nanti

      The Rithmatist”So, the Chinese in Malaysia are “fair game”, but you cannot criticise the Chinese in China because, hey, they are the big gorillas in the region?”

      Of course you are fair game. You live here in MALAYSIA or at least live in this blog. Why hunt gorilla so far away when there is monkeys in our backyard?

      The Rithmatist”And with female and LGBT personnel serving on board US Navy ships, our mullahs and assorted conservatives will be frothing at their collective mouths.”

      As long as they don’t enter our waters or dock here without our consent, no one will bat an eyelid. We wouldn’t want to impose our morality on them as much as we don’t want them to impose their morality upon us since they are not a CITIZEN of our country. But if they need to renew road tax or transfer the title of their ship at the JPJ, remind them to adhere to the dress code.

      HH”While the dead communist Chin Peng is not granted to come back to this land in ashes, Malaysia has no qualms hanging the communist red star flags all over KL to welcome President Xi Jinping of China.”

      Of course there is double standard! One is a public enemy of our country who is responsible for thousands of death and the other one is a leader of a country which we have diplomatic and trade relation with. One i want to piss on his ashes and the other one i would like to shake hand with. One is a loser and the other one is..well the president of a republic. Seriously a no brainer….

      So how does “chinese pride fighting for chinese right” works for chinese? Won’t you just make us hate you for stepping on our feet in your fight to dominate. Why do you need this kind of nonsense? We also got pride, rights and we can fight. You all like living without peace? Just assimilate my chinese brothers and sisters, marry us, get circumcise, come pray and fast with us, leave your language behind so we won’t feel like you all so free badmouthing us in our face because you are using an alien language. We all are very accepting people…but when a snake get in our midst it is gonna get whacked. So stop being a snake and join us already. Or hitch a ride when the chinese navy comes patrolling in selat melaka. See how they welcome you..

      P/s: why does chin peng live in thailand? Why not go back and live in communist PRC? Serious question.

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      • 89. HH  |  June 26, 2015 at 7:59 pm

        AE

        Quote: “So how does “chinese pride fighting for chinese right” works for chinese? Won’t you just make us hate you for stepping on our feet in your fight to dominate. Why do you need this kind of nonsense? We also got pride, rights and we can fight. You all like living without peace?……”

        You sum up the raison principale on the issue of race discord impeccably.

        Racial dogmatism dictating only an ordained race being allowed to lead says it all. Competency not in the equation, eh? This sense of entitlement is seen as a zealously defended rights for some, the epitome of inequity for others, depending on your hereditary genes.

        So I guess all the hatred because some don’t play by the rules and came up with foreign words like competency and meritocracy, god forbid, even step on their feet to surge ahead.

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        • 90. islam1st  |  June 26, 2015 at 11:27 pm

          ‘Racial dogmatism dictating only an ordained race being allowed to lead says it all.’

          HH, look around.

          Singapore-busy maintaining Ketuanan Cina with their PRC imports to outbirth the local Malays.

          US, EU, OZ, NZ-Ketuanan Whites all around.

          Show me, which country best summed the ‘utopia’ you’ve cited above?

          ‘So I guess all the hatred’

          The Cinas (the local Indians speaks fluent Malay BTW) chose not to speak Bahasa Kebangsaan simply because it is Bahasa Melayu says volume, wont you reckon?

          Michael Jackson speaks Swahili and asks people to accept him lock, stock and barrel is it? Come on!

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          • 91. HH  |  June 27, 2015 at 11:05 am

            Utopia?

            Nay, just countries with good old common sense in employing meritocracy in their governing.

            The list of countries that comes to mind would be US, Great Britain, Australia, India, China and Singapore.

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            • 92. shamshul anuar  |  June 27, 2015 at 4:43 pm

              HH,

              I am not so sure about that. You got to fit in that society. Meaning if you want to migrate to Britain or USA or Tanzania, PLEASE PLEASE not not insist on Vernacular school.

              I once lived in USA. I pretty well know the situation. Court jesters like Hannah, Mohd Sabu or Guan ENg simply will not be accepted there. They fAIL the minimum standard as politicians.

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              • 93. HH  |  June 28, 2015 at 8:03 am

                shamsul anuar

                Quote: “I am not so sure about that. You got to fit in that society.”

                Chinese are the most adaptive species in the name of survival. Just look at the Chinatowns around the world. Vernacular schools in Malaysia are perceived to have better standard with the perk of learning an extra language in Chinese.

                Malaysian Chinese held on to vernacular schools to give them a leg up in private sectors where employment in the Governmental sectors are scarce due to race quotas.

                Vernacular schools are a big deal to the Chinese, only in the Malaysian context.

                Quote: “Court jesters like Hannah, Mohd Sabu or Guan ENg simply will not be accepted there. They fAIL the minimum standard as politicians.”

                I agree.

                Politicians shape their game according to the whims and mentality of their constituents. The standard of the elected representatives reflects the mentality of the masses who put them there.

                Not only our politicians are not on par, the electorates aren’t any better.

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                • 94. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 8:27 am

                  ‘Chinese are the most adaptive species in the name of survival.’

                  I beg to differ. The one in Malaysia jauh panggang dari api kok. Kaki komplen. Take. Take. Take. Not even willing to exchange their fluency to speak the national language over their ‘cang hua yi ma?’

                  Most adaptive species my Malay ass!

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                  • 95. Helen Ang  |  June 28, 2015 at 8:55 am

                    讲 to speak

                    pronunciation jiang

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                • 96. shamshul anuar  |  June 29, 2015 at 12:25 am

                  HH,

                  Chinese being adaptive? Hmmnn. Not so sure about that.

                  What I can tell you is that almost all malays whom I met said that as a race, Chinese wants to dominate everything. And they are racist too. That is not far fetched .

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        • 97. RINA  |  June 27, 2015 at 2:11 am

          ….Competency not in the equation, eh? …

          Hangpa tu competence takat mana sangat eh?

          Are you people our major tax contributor? Contribute lebih sikit baru le start demanding for whatever share of rights due you.

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          • 98. HH  |  June 27, 2015 at 11:09 am

            Rina

            Are you trying to sneak the spirit of capitalism into our legisation?

            Those who pay more can voice more?

            Well, if you can convince those less privelleged rural follks this is a swell idea, the capitalist in me has no qualms backing you on this.

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            • 99. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 8:12 am

              ‘the capitalist in me’

              You mean the Cina in you?!

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  • 100. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 8:33 am

    ‘Vernacular schools in Malaysia are perceived to have better standard with the perk of learning an extra language in Chinese.’

    Here we go again. Mengantuk la HH.

    ‘Malaysian Chinese held on to vernacular schools to give them a leg up in private sectors where employment in the Governmental sectors are scarce due to race quotas.’

    Bahasa Kebangsaan pun tak boleh cakap like average Malaysians wor, not competence enough la for public service. We had enough public disservice already as it is, we don’t need some BM challenged kakis to make it worse. And we had enough of salah faham already HH, don’t you think?

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    • 101. HH  |  June 28, 2015 at 11:48 am

      Islam1st

      What deceit are you peddling this round?

      Non-bumis are not absorbed into the governmental sector because they don’t speak good enough Malay?

      Race quotas are a fabled myth?

      Your prerogative is obviously not in honest discourse but blatant trolling.

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      • 102. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 6:56 pm

        So you are saying non-bumis who speaks ony vernakular language be absorbed simply because they are non-bumis?

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        • 103. i hate n'sync  |  June 28, 2015 at 9:29 pm

          The real problem in this country is that we have the DJZ and Chinese chauvinists on one side and the Malay supremacists on another. End of story.

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          • 104. Helen Ang  |  June 28, 2015 at 10:46 pm

            We’ve had DJZ since ‘time immemorial’ (well, or at least from the very beginning of our planting roots here.) The chauvinism is part and parcel. Nonetheless, we got through the 1970s to the 2000s unscathed by race riots.

            The clear and present danger is the Christian triumphalism of the evangelistas coupled with the DAP’s political hubris and not to mention rank hypocrisy. Before 2008, we never had any Wanita MCA or Wanita Gerakan leader donning tudung to Occupy Masjid.

            Boundaries were observed. The DAP’s overweaning ambition has driven them to break barriers like bulls in China shop. As one reader here commented, the current PAS leadership line-up is a reversion to their 1980s image – Yusuf Rawa revolution – of serban dan jubah.

            The ulama clean sweep at the recent party muktamar is a backlash to the sneaky bastards (DAP evangelistas).

            Isma has been around since 1997. But they’ve risen to prominence only as a reaction to the DAP evangelista provocation. Operative word – evangelical. If not for the Muslim fear of the cross, tensions wouldn’t be so high. The DAP before it was taken over by the evangelical Christians did not freak out the Malays to this extent.

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  • 105. HH  |  June 28, 2015 at 9:39 pm

    No.

    Race based hiring quotas limit the employment prospects of non-bumis in the governmental sector.

    This is a reply to your implied notion up there not many Chinese are in the public service because they are not proficient in bahasa.

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    • 106. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 10:48 pm

      Oh haven’t you baca?

      ‘Pasukan khas
      Mohd Bakri berkata pihaknya juga telah menubuhkan sebuah pasukan khas bagi menarik penyertaan kaum Cina, yang akan menjalankan program penerangan mengenai kerjaya dalam PDRM kepada kaum itu.
      Sementara itu, Penolong Pengarah Perjawatan (Pengambilan) Bukit Aman ACP Saiful Azly Kamaruddin berkata sesi pertama pengambilan konstabel baharu tahun ini akan dibuka mulai Isnin ini.
      Katanya, kelonggaran syarat bagi kaum Cina adalah hanya perlu lulus Bahasa Malaysia di peringkat Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) dan lulus keputusan V/6/9 dalam ujian penglihatan mata atau dengan menggunakan cermin mata atau kanta lekap.
      “Syarat kemasukan sebelum ini buat kaum Cina iaitu perlu kepujian Bahasa Malaysia…jadi kita mempertimbangkan keadaan (kelonggaran) ini khas untuk kaum Cina,” katanya dalam sesi wawancara Eksesais Pengambilan Khas Jawatan Konstabel bagi Mengalakkan Penyertaan Kaum Cina dalam Kerjaya PDRM Tahun 2014, di sini.
      Menurut Saiful, kelonggaran itu harus dibuat kerana nisbah keanggotaan PDRM ketika ini tidak seimbang antara kaum Melayu, Cina, India dan lain-lain.’

      http://theunspinners.blogspot.com/2014/03/menteri-tin-kosong-longgar-syarat-untuk.html

      Subsidi mentaliti juga kaum Cina sebenarnya. Meritocracy My Malay Ass!

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      • 107. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 11:07 pm

        And while you are at it HH, check this out too, if you can read BM that is.

        ‘Apabila akhbar memuatkan statistik yang dikemukakan Professor Teo Kok Seong, bahawa 604 daripada pelajar Cina dan India yang menyertai program PLKN tidak tahu dan tidak faham Bahasa Kebangsaan, Malaysia sekali lagi bakal diangkat sebagai satu-satunya negara di dalam dunia yang mempunyai keunikannya yang tersendiri.’

        http://www.bangkit.info/2014/10/tahniah-ah-jib-gor-ke-arah-melahirkan.html

        Who do you seriously think these kids grow up to become?

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      • 108. HH  |  June 29, 2015 at 12:22 am

        Swell.

        So PDRM opened up 5000 positions for the Chinese to fight the Ah Longs.

        Good start.

        But don’t use this to dispel the fact employment opportunities in the governmental sectors are scarce for the non-bumis.

        Current civil service personnel: 1,400,000

        In the grand scheme of things, an additional 5000 non-bumi job would translate into an increase of 0.36%.

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        • 109. RINA  |  June 29, 2015 at 1:42 am

          Dah make an effort to apply ke?
          Amboi, sampai kena jemput nih apahal?

          Yang kalut boikot Utusan apahal? Banyak ikhlan tawaran pekerjaan fm time to time ada dalam.

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          • 110. HH  |  June 29, 2015 at 9:09 am

            Then Rina should enlighten the PDRM folks to advertise in Sin Chew, Guang Ming and the Star if they wish to entice Chinese applicants.

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            • 111. RINA  |  June 29, 2015 at 12:12 pm

              Nak usaha sendiri taknak tak payah.
              Thousands of others waiting.

              Just like what the British did, this time bawa masuk the 1.5m Banglas, all Muslims. Teach them BM 6months sure pandai. Also teach them adat budaya Melayu.

              Then 1.5m can be many more Zairil Khir Joharisss. Instant Melayu.

              Yang kepoh2 live here since Merdeka but ‘blur’ only harap Bumiputras kasi suap makanan hari2, bole naik bot layar ke US, China or anyplace you like. You don’t contribute you can get lost, none cares wan.

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              • 112. HH  |  June 29, 2015 at 12:38 pm

                Well, the last time Indonesians were ushered in, this time you propose Bangladeshis?

                In the name of oneness and religious radicalization, let’s not leave out your misplaced Palestinian brethen then.

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                • 113. islam1st  |  June 30, 2015 at 3:33 am

                  ‘Indonesians’

                  See. You guys are not hard to predict kan. Malays dah ada kat sini before Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Filipina, Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar, Loas, Vietnam around.

                  Kalau racist sangat tak mau baca sumber2 yang berbahasa kebangsaan ataupun simply buta perut because all you guys do is to complain about everything while makan and berak while can, bacalah sumber2 China!

                  Cina Most Adaptable Species My Malay Ass!

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                • 114. AE  |  June 30, 2015 at 6:29 am

                  WHY ARE YOU DRAGGING PALESti…o wait.

                  That is a great idea HH. They are already muslims, they will surely respect article153 and they sure have exp with guns already. Good candidates for PDRM. No need to give them guns either, they can throw rocks at these chinese ah longs all day long. Who need chinese police by the way, so so much easier to become corrupt since money is your #1 priority in life. Gaji polis ni kecil je, if you don’t take bribe mana mampu nak yam seng dengan gro imported from mainland setiap malam.

                  Talking about GRO dan yang sewaktu dengannya, suddenly the answer to the mystery of “why do chinese undergrads wear less than boxers to class” just came to me. They are actually competing with the china dolls on expired social visit pass for the affection of their men. I won’t look askew at them anymore after this. Kesianla, kena dedah sana sini baru laku. Itu yang lalat suka. Kalau melayu or palestine girl lagi tutup lagi kita suka. Nak mintak tolong renew road tax pun senang.. Hehehe

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                  • 115. HH  |  June 30, 2015 at 12:13 pm

                    AE

                    Why am I dragging in the Palestinians?

                    Since the Muslim Bangladeshis are being reined in by Rina to subdue the non-Muslims, the Palestinians would make a better choice. Just saying.

                    Yes, the non-bumis will be driven out of Malaysia in no time.

                    The Islamist parties would probably clamour for a caliphate nation next.

                    On a side note, article 153 would most probably be amended in view of the fact no special interests need to be safe-guarded.

                    Inter-marriages meant everyone would be a bumi 2 or 3 generation down the line.

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                    • 116. Helen Ang  |  June 30, 2015 at 12:23 pm

                      re: “Yes, the non-bumis will be driven out of Malaysia in no time.”

                      Seriously? There are more than seven million Chinese alone in the Malaysian population.

                    • 117. HH  |  June 30, 2015 at 1:06 pm

                      Just some supposition in jest.

                      I guess no more credible than those who claim the Chinese are living off on the ‘titik peluh’ golongan bumiputera.

                    • 118. islam1st  |  June 30, 2015 at 11:14 pm

                      ‘The Islamist parties would probably clamour for a caliphate nation next.’

                      Well if you must. The Muslims can’t harap the Cina DAP can they?

                      ‘On a side note, article 153 would most probably be amended in view of the fact no special interests need to be safe-guarded.’

                      Cina DAP wet dream kan?

                      ‘Inter-marriages meant everyone would be a bumi 2 or 3 generation down the line.’

                      You mean, macam Jimmy Wong of DAP Sabah?

                    • 119. Helen Ang  |  July 1, 2015 at 3:02 am

                      re: “You mean, macam Jimmy Wong of DAP Sabah?”

                      Do you have the latest news on the status of his so-called native cert?

                    • 120. islam1st  |  June 30, 2015 at 11:17 pm

                      ‘I guess no more credible than those who claim the Chinese are living off on the ‘titik peluh’ golongan bumiputera.’

                      Or the Malays are simply rent seekers either, living off the Duit Cukai Cina, kan HH?

                    • 121. AE  |  July 1, 2015 at 9:14 am

                      That’s not really a question bro…really?

                      Bangladeshi or palestinian? Doesn’t matter as long as they can help us subdue or chase out the previous ingrate immigrants who is against assimilation.

                      I dont mind not having article 153 if all immigrants would agree to completely assimilate with the bumiputras..but mind you, COMPLETE ASSIMILATION. No more vernacular school, no more different dress code, everyone cannot do vices, no beer and alcohol, No more china dolls on social visit pass, no more massage parlour, no more gee hin- hai san bullshit, no more giving bribes to police and cry victim, no more casino in apartments, no illegal gambling in cybercafes, no more 4d, 3d, damacai. In 2-3 generation we all can have peace as per the vision of our founding fathers. With intermarriage we can have bumi with the color of rainbow. No more racial tension. But assimilate first or please move to singapore where the spaghettis and hotpants are.

                      The real problem here is ingrate immigrants trying to dominate native majority. Shit always happen when you try to do that. Greedy bastards!

                    • 122. HH  |  July 1, 2015 at 12:56 pm

                      AE

                      Quote: “The real problem here is ingrate immigrants trying to dominate native majority. Shit always happen when you try to do that. Greedy bastards!”

                      Views like these are like a dime a dozen.

                      Still harping on fears like ‘immigrants’ outperforming the natives where elsewhere astute citizens are seen as a cherished commodity irrespective of race or creed.

                      Race supremacy?

                      No country or nation can stand alone in the face of globalization. Godspeed attempting not to kowtow to those foreign ‘bastards’.

                    • 123. islam1st  |  July 2, 2015 at 2:30 am

                      ‘Race supremacy?’

                      HH you must be in dreamland. What do you think the Cinapura gomen is doing with mainland China imports? Playing maid? To maintain the Ketuanan Cina la brader. Haiya, you guys aah at times..

                    • 124. islam1st  |  July 2, 2015 at 2:32 am

                      ‘Do you have the latest news on the status of his so-called native cert?’

                      Tak tau Helen, Lim anak beranaks senyap sepi je? Kenapa ek? Hannah Yeoh no Melayu, no Cina, no India tak komen ke on the Cina DAP Sino Kadazan imposter?

                      Penipu betoi Cina DAP ni!

            • 125. islam1st  |  June 30, 2015 at 3:39 am

              ‘Then Rina should enlighten the PDRM folks to advertise in Sin Chew, Guang Ming and the Star if they wish to entice Chinese applicants.’

              Komplen tak dapat kerja GOMEN. Pastu Komplen pasal PDRM tak iklan dalam paper vernakular. I thought the Cinas here are highly adaptable species wan. No meh? Rent seekers juga? Biar betoi?

              Listen to yourself HH. I’d say (to PDRM) the BM tatau wan, should balik tongsan! Tak payah layan. Ada pun buat menyemak kasi 1001 problems saja. Exchange program please. I know ONE kat sini terhegeh2 nak jadi Singaporean!

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