Chinese went ape shit with their pro-Hannah tudung hate speech

June 25, 2015 at 10:44 pm 47 comments

An article headlined ‘Called “enemy within”, DAP’s Hannah Yeoh defends wearing headscarf in mosque‘ in the Malay Mail today reported that Madame Speaker took umbrage at Sin Chew columnist Lim Fang for his criticism of her.

Hannah Yeoh also implied that the columnist held “extreme views” and thereby setting off her fanatical fan base into a witch hunt and frenzy of hate directed at Lim.

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She just can’t stop eating all the time!

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Hannah Yeoh supporters full of hate

Just look at their venomous comments that are saturated with so much hatred.

Facebook comments cited are via reader responses to FMT article ‘“I will not apologise for wearing head scarf,” says Hannah‘.

Tino Chan commented, “Find out who the Chinese columnist is, we shall all boycott this freak”. Those who criticized Hannah Yeoh’s tudung-wearing are also called “narrow minded” and “extreme radical” – see screenshots below.

Another Facebooker urged a “boycott all the racist columnists in this bolehland”.

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Such hateful and abusive language from the Hannah fans

Fruit does not fall far from the tree.

A Facebooker going by the handle threatened (in capital letters), “To the nincompoop who brought this up, I say FO”.

Nk Khoo opines that the “Chinese columnist must be hired by Umno racists”, Wong Shoong says that the Sin Chew columnist is an MCA dog who “stirred racial hatred”, Tan Soon Leong calls him a racist “goon” who should go fly kite, Ng Eng Sing thinks the columnist is an idiot while Lius Khoo accused him of having “jamban” standards and being jealous.

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Typically ballistic with all too predictable hate

More curses and abuse are heaped on the Sin Chew columnist by Facebookers Jerryy Loh, Paul Ho and Ken Siong – see below.

The herd mentality behaviour of these Hannah supporters is like a Bintang Lima lynch mob.

Dapster evangelista poseurs are going berserk in rising to Hannah Yeoh’s defence by insisting that wearing tudung is merely respecting mosque custom. Like I said, they’re poseurs posturing.

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BELOW: Past year photos of Hannah Yeoh wearing tudung litup


Hating on anyone who is not aligned to their Firster opinion

These are the same hypocrites who refuse to respect the JPJ and other government office dress code requiring women’s skirt to cover the knee. The turnaround on Tudung Hannah is quite amazing because suddenly these Dapster evangelistas have become so respectful of tutup aurat for Hannah Yeoh to enter a mosque.

See Ken Chua’s comment:

“Who are these extremists [to criticize Hannah]? Fully clothed with a head scarf or just a round neck T shirt with shorts to enter a mosque is more proper? Just use your brain to think cos talk is cheap !!!”

TK Phua comments:

“nothing wrong if it’s a show of respect. So next time eat with hands must also apologise? SAY TO NO EXTREMIST no matter what race you are!!!”

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These Chinese are now claiming that tudung is NOT Muslim attire!

Have a look at their berserk comments. They even claim that “Headscarf is not a muslim attire. [Belong] to all”. – see Facebook comment screenshot below.

Just like how Hannah Yeoh had previously tried to subvert the Race categorization in the birth cert with her bangsa ‘Anak Malaysia’ demand, now she and her fanatical fan base are trying to subvert the tudung as Muslimah identity. And she is cheered on by the cultists who label her detractors as “narrow minded bigots”.

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Told to go fly kite if you dare criticize Hannah Yeoh

“For those who criticised Hannah please go and fly kite lah”, said one Facebooker fan. Another commented, “… what’re these.bigots complaining about? Hannah is only being sensitive to their religion”.

One Robert Teh wrote:

“You will find racists and bigots in every community or race. These people should honestly ask themselves would they be happy living in a country made up of their own race and would they still find fault even with their own communal types? I think the answers would be obvious.”

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If you don’t approve Hippocrite Hannah’s tudung hypocrisy, then you’re ISIS

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If you don’t approve Hippocrite Hannah’s tudung hypocrisy, then you’re “monkeys”, “racist” and otak kosong

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BELOW: Even with her clunky platform heels, Hannah Yeoh is so very short. We must wonder if her intellectual capacity matches her short stature or her wide girth.

Hannah shorty

If you don’t approve Hippocrite Hannah’s tudung hypocrisy, then you’re “extremist”, “racist”, “kurang ajar”, “bodoh”

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If you don’t approve Hippocrite Hannah’s tudung hypocrisy, then you’re “bigots”, “extreme minded”, “nincompoop”

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If you don’t approve Hippocrite Hannah’s tudung hypocrisy, then you’re “bigots [living in] small world”, “stupid racist”, “narrow-minded individuals”

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If you don’t approve Hippocrite Hannah’s tudung hypocrisy, then you must be

  • having a “12 years old mentality”,
  • “Ridhuan Tee’s brother”, ignored like “a leper”,
  • “don’t think as Malaysian First”,
  • no different from Umno people

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If you don’t approve Hippocrite Hannah’s tudung hypocrisy, then you’re someone who “lives in a jungle”, “have soo much bitchiness”

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If you don’t approve Hippocrite Hannah’s tudung hypocrisy, then you’re “extremist thinkers”, and must be used “as negative teaching material” to educate Bangsa Malaysia children

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Their hate as vast as the ocean

This constant avalanche of hate from the Dapster evangelistas and their endless name-calling is a reflection of the DAP ethos. And even their hate is so predictable – like sea tides pulled by the moon and at its zenith, this force of evangelical nature becomes the Chinese tsunami.

Why don’t they ask Madame “I’m not anti-Islam” Speaker who’s overly defensive about her tudung-wearing whether she supports hudud?

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Hannah Dont say I am Muslim

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  • 1. Ayam  |  June 25, 2015 at 10:53 pm

    Facebook is full of nothing but shits in these days. I stopped using it and twitter years ago. Both used to be fun to use until these evangelistas polluted both with their shits and this article just tip of the iceberg.

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  • 3. Ridzuan Kopi  |  June 26, 2015 at 12:27 am

    It will be totally different if it’s a Chinese Muslim/muslimah who wear songkok / tudung. Even Zan Azly called them MELAYU CELUP.

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  • 4. Hannah Yeoh is Malay..admit it!  |  June 26, 2015 at 12:46 am

    Yeah Im second…Hannah Yeoh for all intend and purpose is already a Malay lady.
    That is not something bad. Because in the Malays are willing to accept chinese women like Hannah Yeoh as Malays if she adopt and practice malay culture and wearing baju kurung is sedap mata memandang.

    There is nothing more cooling to a malay eyes than chinese women in baju kurung for that is the very essence of malayness.

    Malays must encourage more chinese women to wear baju kurung not only on fridays but every day too.

    Just like the chinese woman bikini model who is fascinated with malayness and now married to a malay man I suspect Hannah Yeoh is also walking the same path.

    There are many malay men who like the old fashion kurung wearing malay girls without the unsightly triangle arabic tudung.

    But what about Muniandy? Well that was forced on her by Jesus as Indians used Christianity to marry non Indian fairer women.

    If Hannah Yeoh convert to Malay like that Felixia girl then automatically it is sayonara Muniandy.

    Just ask Daphne Iking or Eli Wong. Malay guys are among the more fun and funny gentlemen you will ever find.

    Hannah Yeoh is a malay woman at heart. A picture tell a thousand words and your thousands of Hannah Yeoh in baju kurung speak a million words hehe.

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    • 5. islam1st  |  June 26, 2015 at 1:05 am

      Amber Chia?

      “Bila saya bertudung, membuatkan saya lebih memahami agama dan budaya Islam. Saya rasa sangat tenang bila memakai tudung tetapi bila buka tudung, saya rasa macam kosong.”

      http://www.sinarharian.com.my/hiburan/amber-chia-turut-berpuasa-1.404544

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      • 6. Roslee Bin Abdul Aziz  |  June 27, 2015 at 9:44 pm

        Alamak cun sey wanita cina berpakaian seperti wanita muslimah lagi berpuasa bila he dak lafaz kalimah tauhid dan kalimah rasul.

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    • 7. David Rubin Macrermott  |  September 12, 2016 at 2:27 pm

      What Hannah Yeoh had done while within her rights, was not a thing that a political leader would do. It’s something that’s not needed or desirable in our current society. The religious authorities have done everything they can possibly can without appearing to stop the practicing of other faiths other than Islam in Malaysia. They forced a school in Sarawak full of Christian pupils to accept a conservative preacher from Peninsula Malaysia to replace the retiring Christian headmaster! There are many more examples of acts by the religious authorities to curtail the rights of non-Muslims! And what Hannah Yeoh did (or has been doing or may be planning to continue do) for her own vanity, will not help add to more rights for the non-Muslims, rather diminish further! It’s incomprehensible why she staged that prank! Is she ready to jump ship from DAP…which surely will not agree with her stunt? Is she on the way to join many beautiful Christian celebrities from East Malaysia who found fame and rich husbands? These Kandazan beauties offered their hands to the highest bidders, and changed husbands like changing their sarongs! These celebrities believed they would never run out of new marriage proposals, and treated marriages like a business. Hannah Yeoh could and would win hands down compared to these Christian beauties. She would therefore be in greater danger from these so-called marriage proposers. She should rethink before she stages any pranks like that. She should not bother with comments here praising her for her stand against bigotry and encouraging her to betray the Chinese community or the non-Muslim community. Let us face it, by being Islamic friendly purportedly to get into the good books of the Muslims, would not alter the plight of your Chinese sisters and brothers. These commentators they hardly knew what they were talking about! By encouraging Hannah Yeoh to persist in her stunt, and thereby getting into the good books of the Muslim authorities, they believe (wrong) that the government as represented by the religious authorities would ease up on the curbs of other faiths in Malaysia.

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  • 8. wawe  |  June 26, 2015 at 5:09 am

    Ya Alllah, sekiranya dia berpura-pura, Kau tunjukkan lah dengan MEMBUKAKAN HATINYA MEMELUK AGAMA iSLAM. Sekiranya dia ikhlas, KAU bukakan lah juga hatinya untuk MEMELUK ISLAM, Ameeen. Mari kita aminkan beramai-ramai. Just to prove her critics wrong.

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    • 9. Anun  |  June 26, 2015 at 7:16 pm

      Ameen..Kau berikanlah hidayah Mu kepadanya Ya Allah.

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  • 10. allabih  |  June 26, 2015 at 6:13 am

    They are not Hannahs fan, they are nothing but RBA.

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  • 11. Phobia  |  June 26, 2015 at 9:38 am

    Which part of Hannah’s statement is objectionable?
    I can’t read Chinese, so I can’t vet Lim’s article.
    Religious places get sensitivity treatment while public places don’t. Is that wrong? Dr. M today is saying as much. He says it is the government staff that have to abide by the dress code, the public shouldn’t go in naked. Doesn’t that make sense since it is the staff that represents the country?

    Or is the turning on the ‘mob’ objectionable?
    The English translations of Lim’s article seem to imply that he feels there is no need to respect religious customs inside a religious building. He equates hair covering in the mosque with moral policing in public. As YB Yeoh says ““Sarong incident is different, I’m shocked that people cannot differentiate. Schools and government agencies are not places of worship.” I think the ‘mob’ is correct in rectifying Lim’s misconception.

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    • 12. Helen Ang  |  June 26, 2015 at 9:43 am

      re: “The English translations of Lim’s article seem to imply that he feels there is no need to respect religious customs inside a religious building.”

      Oh really?

      Show me where Lim said that.

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      • 13. Phobia  |  June 26, 2015 at 10:07 am

        http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/called-enemy-within-daps-hannah-yeoh-defends-wearing-headscarf-in-mosque

        This is my source. The first three paragraphs seems like nonsensical rantings. However, as I am unable to read the original Chinese language posting, I don’t know if he was mistranslated.

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        • 14. Helen Ang  |  June 26, 2015 at 10:19 am

          Where in any of the paragraphs is your claim supported that “Lim’s article seem to imply that he feels there is no need to respect religious customs inside a religious building”?

          Like Hannah Yeoh, you’re just demonizing him.

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          • 15. Jeremy Fidelis  |  June 26, 2015 at 2:15 pm

            You should rename your blog to “Anti-Hannah Yeoh Club” as she seems to be your point of attack 99% of the time…even then you just rehash old material and try and demonise her for no apparent reason…

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            • 16. Helen Ang  |  June 26, 2015 at 3:13 pm

              re: “You should rename your blog to ‘Anti-Hannah Yeoh Club’ …”

              She is the Face of Evangelism just like the Fuhrer is the Face of Nazism. If you wanna fight fascism, you can’t escape a focus on Herr Hitler and his Third Reich fanatical worshippers.

              re: “even then you just rehash old material”

              Hannah Yeoh went ballistic at the Sin Chew columnist only yeaterday, lah.

              re: “demonise her for no apparent reason”

              She’s the one going around calling other folks “racists” and “extremists”.

              And lookee here, the Face of Nazism using children as props for his photo ops. Does the modus operandi ring a bell?

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  • 17. AE  |  June 26, 2015 at 10:35 am

    Huh! Bahasa menunjukkan bangsa. Bangsa apa diorang ni?

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    • 18. RINA  |  June 26, 2015 at 3:15 pm

      Pakaian nak macam Madonna
      Nama2 tukaq nak macam Western
      Berkomunikasi dalam B. Kebangsaan / ibunda Negara China
      Tukaq Agama, yang asalnya lahir dari Tanah Arab
      Dah tukaq Agama, nama tuhan depa pun nak juga UBAH
      Dok kalut makan berak dalam Malaysia
      Bagaikan Punggok rindu bulan asyik teliang telioq negara2 US, Canada dan Australia

      Not here
      Nor there
      Or anywhere wan

      Depa nak UBAH jadi apa pun taktau?

      Teghoq sangat ke sejarah asal usul keluarga mereka ni semua sampai beria2 sangat nak UBAH segalanya?

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      • 19. islam1st  |  June 26, 2015 at 11:52 pm

        ‘Not here
        Nor there
        Or anywhere wan’

        Typical pendatangs behaviour unique to Malaysia. Bila pi US, EU, Oz tahu pula behave!

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

    And people wonder why I call Malaysia a basket case. Is this really newsworthy? She wore a head scarf to a Mosque. Big deal! She’s obviously seeking political mileage, but then again name me one politician who isn’t. To all the people who are getting their knickers and other under garments in a twist, just get over yourselves.

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    • 21. Helen Ang  |  June 26, 2015 at 1:54 pm

      re: “She’s obviously seeking political mileage, but then again name me one politician who isn’t.”

      Name me one MCA, MIC or Gerakan woman politician who goes to mosque wearing tudung.

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      • 22. Jeremy Fidelis  |  June 26, 2015 at 2:18 pm

        Well I guess the Duchess of Cambridge and Michelle Obama were seeking political mileage when they covered their heads when entering a mosque…

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        • 23. Helen Ang  |  June 26, 2015 at 2:58 pm

          Did the Duchess of Cambridge threaten to make a police report against anyone who mistakes her for a Muslim?

          Did Michelle Obama threaten to make a police report against anyone who mistakes her for a Muslim?

          See, “siapa yang mendakwanya sedemikian, beliau akan membuat laporan polis berhubung dakwaan tidak berasas” @ http://www.sinarharian.com.my/politik/hannah-yeoh-nafi-peluk-islam-1.298382

          Did the Duchess and Michelle keep their hair covered when taking their meals?

          This is not the mosque. It’s someone’s home, and separately in the garden. These scenes are NOT within the prayer areas, so don’t crap us.

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          And these kids are NOT INSIDE the mosque, okay. So don’t give us your bullshit about Hannah having to keep her hair covered because she’s respecting the place of worship.

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          As for political mileage, these activities are clearly her politicking.

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          • 24. Phobia  |  June 26, 2015 at 4:12 pm

            Maybe those were bad hair days.

            Is there rulebook for when a person can / cannot wear a tudung?
            We only know of violations; at kpop concerts, dog petting events, and whenever YB Yeoh is not in a mosque.

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            • 25. Helen Ang  |  June 26, 2015 at 4:35 pm

              re: “Maybe those were bad hair days.”

              Well, that’s a whole lot of bad hair days. See montage below.

              re: “Is there rulebook for when a person cannot wear a tudung?”

              Memang takde larangan/kekangan apatah lagi tutup aurat tu benda yang afdal. Namun begitu, tak baik lah Si Munafik asyik nak menyamar dan tipu orang.

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      • 26. Jeff  |  June 26, 2015 at 4:14 pm

        Common Helen, I was referring to politicians from parties with relevance, not MCA, MIC or Gerakan. Anyway, if you want an example of a guy who will manipulate just about everything for political gain, then look no further than Gerakan’s youth chief, Tan Keng Liang.

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        • 27. Helen Ang  |  June 26, 2015 at 4:28 pm

          re: “Common Helen, I was referring to politicians from parties with relevance, not MCA, MIC or Gerakan.”

          Come on lah Jeff, have some perspective and don’t flaunt your buta sejarah here.

          Hannah Yeoh came to power only in 2008. In the election cycle before, i.e. 2004, the MCA had 31 Parliament seats whereas DAP had 12. Gerakan even had 10 seats, which was only two short of the DAP’s.

          For the last half century, the MCA has been relevant. Gerakan was a founding member of the BN in the early 1970s. Never had any of the Wanita MCA or Wanita Gerakan leaders nor the Wanita MIC leader ever had to be so duplitously despicable as to exploit the lurus bendul Melayus who are actually waiting for Hannah Evangelista to convert to Islam.

          re: “Gerakan’s youth chief, Tan Keng Liang”

          He agrees that the DAP evangelistas are Super CyberBullies.

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          • 28. Roslee Bin Abdul Aziz  |  June 27, 2015 at 9:48 pm

            If follow the truth of Islam non Muslim are not allow to enter the mosque reason they are najis.

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            • 29. Ph  |  June 30, 2015 at 8:16 am

              Ini yang kawan cina saya marah you refer them as najis makanan mereka masak tak boleh makan rumah mereka tak boleh masuk dll. Jangan menghina.

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              • 30. AE  |  June 30, 2015 at 11:15 am

                Ph, let me relate to you a true story about a guy i call Leng Chai.

                4-5 years ago i was walking around in my neighborhood. I saw a homeless guy being bullied by some youngsters that i hate to admit is of my race and religion. Being the good guy that i am, i intervene and long story short, i took this homeless chinese man under my wing.

                I ask him about himself and i found out that he was disown by his family and abhorred by his friend for a reason unknown to me. Due to this excommunication he suffered mental trauma to the point that he stutters…badly. He knows very little malay and english, so communication between us is terrible. He collect tin cans to survive and he is the same age as me.

                We malays are renowned for our sympathy and even though i’m not rich, i couldn’t do anything else but to take him in. I had a private studio where i exercise my talent and i could place him there. I also appointed him as my personal security guard, gardener and cleaner for the studio and cathouse in exchange for boarding, food, my old clothing and a token sum of pocket money.

                However, before he moves in, i asked him one simple question. “Leng Chai, u pork makan tak?”. He responded with a positive. I told him if he wants to live here he needs to do 4 things for me.

                One, if he needs to pray, please do it at the nearby temple and not in the studio. Two, never touch dogs or pig, Three, never consume pork ever again. Or if he ever break rule #2 & #3 he have to repeat the fourth thing i asked again. #4 wash his whole body with 1 part water mix with earth and 6 more time with clean water.

                He did ask me why the need to do all that and due to our communication problem i could only answer “ini cara agama saya buang najis babi”. Leng Chai never eat pork or touch dog ever again. And that is what i call respect towards me as a host and my religion.

                Can Hannah Yeoh, DAP, and the general chinese population emulate Leng Chai by purifying your whole body with one part water mix with earth and 6 time clean water before entering our sacred mosque.

                Leng Chai did it for me, can you do it for the muslim who prays in the mosque you visited. Baru lah tenang hati kami nak beribadat, tidaklah rasa was was ada najis babi tercalit di karpet masjid.

                We never say that the non muslim person is najis, just that you all touch pork and dog and never purify properly..kata dgn kawan kawan ph jgn amik hati.

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    • 31. RINA  |  June 26, 2015 at 3:20 pm

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/?title=Ramadan

      Baca dah hayati.

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      • 32. RINA  |  June 26, 2015 at 3:53 pm

        Jeff,

        You dah baca dan faham apa itu RAMADAN?

        Kalau dia bukan Islam, apahal kalut pi semejid pada bulan Ramadan? Dia pi buat apa sebenarnya?

        What purpose?

        Tapi kalau niat sebenarnya dia nak mendekati Agama Islam, amalkan all the way Alhamdulillah.. Mudah2an.

        Tapi kalau sekadar nak melakap makanan, bergambar dengan fakir miskin dan anak2 yatim.. she definitely has mental “IDtenT” issues.

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        • 33. Jeff  |  June 27, 2015 at 10:50 am

          “Kalau dia bukan Islam, apahal kalut pi semejid pada bulan Ramadan? Dia pi buat apa sebenarnya? ”

          She’s probably doing it to buy votes for her party. No different to rice sacks and other goodies being offered to the public pre GE13 by BN. You can’t criticise one action and ignore the other, you have to be consistent.There is also a possibility that she was invited to the mosque and wore the headscarf out of respect for her hosts, not likely but a possibility.

          I just don’t get why it’s even an issue when to the best of my knowledge, there is nothing taboo about a non Muslim lady covering her head when visiting a mosque.

          Why are we not highlighting issues such as Malay police officers stopping every second car in the hope to collect some money just in time for Hari Raya? Surely, the rampant corruption within the system should be more of a pressing issue than what Hannah is doing to gain popularity?

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          • 34. islam1st  |  June 28, 2015 at 7:31 am

            ‘Why are we not highlighting issues such as Malay police officers stopping every second car in the hope to collect some money just in time for Hari Raya?’

            Why don’t you take the lead?

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          • 35. i hate n'sync  |  June 28, 2015 at 11:50 am

            Corrupt traffic police is color blind. Save your racist remarks. If the giving stops, it ends too.

            Tepuk sebelah tangan tidak berbunyi. Don’t break the law and if you do, please pay the fine and don’t bribe the cops.

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  • 38. ebyre  |  June 30, 2015 at 11:46 pm

    Jeff seemed be confused when started comparing Hannah’s masjid visits in Ramadan month with traffic police on take and goodies gave out during PRU. His racist sentiment is overwhelmingly uncontrollable, labeling Malay traffic police on take, whilst seemed to be blind on who are the givers, as a whole. Kindly stay focus when discussing an issue.

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    • 39. Jeff  |  July 1, 2015 at 2:07 am

      Wrong, there’s no racist sentiments uttered, just stating facts. You lot can’t accept it whenever facts about Malays are stated. Many cops in Malaysia are corrupt and most of the police force is Malay, so suck it up princess and don’t be so defensive.

      And forgive me for straying from the issue on hand which is “let’s attack Hannah for the millionth time”. Don’t worry, there are daily attacks on her by kak, so a slight change in tact is no biggie in my mind.

      For you lot to acquit the corrupt police and blame it on the motorists just reaffirms my thoughts on the fact that Malaysia is a country beyond redemption, as a fair chunk of its citizens are not mature enough to see their own faults and have any sense of introspection whatsoever.

      The fact that you would rather attack ad nauseam a DAP politician just because she’s not part of your pack and ignore much more important issues is why the country is finished. Grow up.

      Trust me, sorting out the endemic corruption within the system of a country would be viewed as the most pressing issue to any neutral observer of a just society, not the weight issues of an opposition member, how she tries to stay relevant or what she wears to a Mosque.

      Perhaps if UMNO, the proud party supposedly formed on Islamic values, were to pay the country’s police officers a bit better, rather than filling up their own pockets, then maybe the police force wouldn’t be as morally bankrupt as they are now.

      How do Muslims expect non Muslims to ever respect their religion and even consider it, when the majority of Muslim countries are the most morally corrupt out there. You guys are terrible advertisements for your faith.

      Anyone getting upset should look up the meaning of hypocrisy, as it’s a a common trait amongst many on this blog, especially the Muslims/Malay bloggers.

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      • 40. Helen Ang  |  July 1, 2015 at 4:22 am

        re: “Wrong, there’s no racist sentiments uttered, just stating facts.”

        Yeah, right. When the Malay-Muslims say something, you lot are quick to label them “racist”, “extremist”, “bigot”, “hater”. When you Christians say things, you’re just stating facts with no racist sentiments behind it. {{ “Claps, claps, claps!” }}

        re: “You lot can’t accept it whenever facts about Malays are stated.”

        You lot can’t accept it whenever facts about Chinese are stated, such as keturunan pendatang. Immigrant is a fact. Why do you make it a dirty word?

        re: “Many cops in Malaysia are corrupt and most of the police force is Malay, so suck it up princess and don’t be so defensive.”

        Some cops are corrupt. Where do you get your figures to claim that “many” are?

        re: “And forgive me for straying from the issue on hand which is ‘let’s attack Hannah for the millionth time’.”

        I do allow leeway for straying from the issue on hand because I’m very tolerant compared to the ultra dogmatic, and not to mention kiasu, Dapsters.

        re: “Don’t worry, there are daily attacks on her by kak, so a slight change in tact is no biggie in my mind.”

        I don’t see it as “attacks”. To paraphrase from you yourself, “Wrong, there’s no attack uttered, just STATING FACTS – unless you can disprove that she’s short, her face is pimply and she’s fat (which her bloated photos testify).”

        re: “For you lot to acquit the corrupt police and blame it on the motorists just reaffirms my thoughts on the fact that Malaysia is a country beyond redemption”

        We know exactly what the Dapster evangelistas think about Malaysia. So why not just admit it instead of hypocritically trying to depict yourselves (plural, so I’m not targetting ‘you’ as an individual) as the most patriotic Bangsa Malaysia Malaysian Firsters?

        re: “as a fair chunk of its citizens are not mature enough to see their own faults”

        Oh I see. The majority of the population (Malay Muslims) in your opinion are not mature enough to see their own faults but the perpetually frothing Dapster evangelistas are.

        re: “and have any sense of introspection whatsoever”

        And in your opinion, the majority of the population are without any sense of introspection whatsoever but the forever foaming-at-the-mouth Dapster evangelistas are capable of deep reflection. Can I have some of what you’ve been drinking?

        re: “The fact that you would rather attack ad nauseam a DAP politician just because she’s not part of your pack”

        The way you’ve expressed yourself has put a finger on the Dapster evangelista ethos. It is you 90 percent guys who move in packs, like ravening hyenas. The other side of the political divide are split into many factions (Umno, Tun, PAS, Pasma/G18, PKR, KuLi/Zaid, Perkasa, Isma) and are far from the strong pack that the evangelistas are.

        re: “and ignore much more important issues is why the country is finished. Grow up”

        Instead of asking us to GROW UP, why don’t you ask your friends and relatives to GO AWAY (emigrate to Tasmania) since you all think that “the country is finished” and you’ve already moved most of your money out.

        re: “Trust me, sorting out the endemic corruption within the system of a country would be viewed as the most pressing issue to any neutral observer of a just society”

        I do not see any indication that Pakatan is uncorrupt. Khalid Ibrahim collected a stockpile of billions of ringgit in the Selangor treasury and see the dirty, underhanded way in which they ousted him to get their grubby hands on the money.

        The Guan Eng administration paid a consortium RM305 million (a package cost in kind, i.e. land offset payment) just to conduct a feasibility study and even then, had the order of the process reversed – they awarded the tender before the study and EIA was done. Where is the Transparency and Accountability in that? Ref. http://anilnetto.com/economy/development-issues/penang-tunnel-feasibility-study/

        re: “not the weight issues of an opposition member, how she tries to stay relevant or what she wears to a Mosque.”

        1. She is more than just a mere “opposition member”. She’s the super-hyped Madame Speaker and she acknowledged the kudos heaped on her as the 6th “Most Powerful Women in Malaysia” (advertorial here).

        2. How she tries to stay relevant is through the rankest hypocrisy and this deserves to be exposed, especially when she demonised the Sin Chew columnist as a Chinese extremist.

        3. She wears tudung to the mosque and she’s been pictured scores of times in the mosque in her tudung. It’s quite natural for some Malays to make the assumption that she has converted to Islam. Yet, while at the same time that Hannah professes her pretended “respect” for the religion, she also threatens to lodge police report against anyone who passes on the (false) rumour that she’s embraced Islam.

        Don’t tell me that you fail to see any hypocrisy in her behaviour, Jeff.

        re: “Perhaps if UMNO, the proud party supposedly formed on Islamic values, were to pay the country’s police officers a bit better, rather than filling up their own pockets, then maybe the police force wouldn’t be as morally bankrupt as they are now.”

        Oh, so now you’re tarring the ENTIRE police force as “morally bankrupt”. And you claim to be impartially stating facts. What you display is the Christian triumphalism superiority complex and being judgmental without any sound basis.

        re: “How do Muslims expect non Muslims to ever respect their religion and even consider it, when the majority of Muslim countries are the most morally corrupt out there. You guys are terrible advertisements for your faith.”

        Evangelistas are an equally terrible advertisements for your faith, and how do evangelical Christians expect Muslims to not be suspicious of your religion when you berate Islam with sweeping statements like yours?

        The Quran – Surah Al-Baqarah – says that the Christians will never approve of Muslims until the Muslims are made to follow Christian ways. The Malays can evaluate for themselves the truth of this Quranic verse.

        re: “Anyone getting upset should look up the meaning of hypocrisy, as it’s a a common trait amongst many on this blog, especially the Muslims/Malay bloggers.”

        Jerusubang really needs a mirror as big as the South China Sea.

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        • 41. Jeff  |  July 1, 2015 at 9:24 am

          All I ever see from your responses is Dapsters are to be blamed for everything, poor Malays blah blah blah. Continue to play the victim card and you will never get anywhere.

          I really have no idea what your agenda is, but continuously sucking up to the Malays, being the unofficial spokeswoman for Islam and the constant stirring up of tension amongst the Christians and Muslims is not going to lead to a good or harmonious end. If you think so highly of Islam and the Malays,why don’t you just convert to Islam,instead of just singing its praises?

          I raised a factual comment that most of us are already aware of about the corruption that exists in Malaysia, but what is sickening to me is that because a non Malay/UMNO sympathiser raised it, everyone gets defensive about it. This “us versus them” mentality is the sole reason why Malaysia will never prosper.

          “The Quran – Surah Al-Baqarah – says that the Christians will never approve of Muslims until the Muslims are made to follow Christian ways. ”

          Oh please lah, don’t stoop so low by quoting from their text to further drive your agenda. You are essentially doing the same thing that you always accuse Hannah of doing, which is manipulating Islam for her own personal gain. How are you any different?

          And btw, Muslims themselves are flocking to the West, not the other way around. The large numbers, especially in Europe are undeniable. It’s obvious that they view the Western world which was built on Christian values and traditions as being more just and fair. Nobody is forcing them to emigrate, they do it of their own volition.

          Anyway Helen, this is my last post on your blog. One thing I will give you credit for is the fact that you allow people to express their views even when they are in opposition to yours. I thank you for that. But the more I read your blog and the comments on it, the more relieved I am to have left Malaysia. Such a beautiful country that’s been ruined by a lack of charity, corruption, opposing ideologies and an unwillingness to seek compromise.

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          • 42. Helen Ang  |  July 1, 2015 at 10:23 am

            re: “All I ever see from your responses is Dapsters are to be blamed for everything, poor Malays blah blah blah.

            Oh really? Why don’t you take a look at my comment @ 2015/07/01 at 7:20 am which was made just a little over 2-and-1/2 which was made in reply to The Rithmatist. I’d said:

            “Again, I blame Umno for losing the plot […] and allow me to repeat that I fault Umno on this too…”.

            See, I “blame” and “fault” Umno.

            re: “Continue to play the victim card and you will never get anywhere.”

            I believe the whingiest players of the victim card are the Christians – “we’re being persecuted by the evil tyrants”, “we’re meek and mild and only 9 percent”, “we love peace and harmony but are treated like second class citizens”.

            re: “I really have no idea what your agenda is”

            Just look at the facts and data. I’ve presented plenty here.

            re: “but continuously sucking up to the Malays”

            Hey, I’m not the one donning tudung and trotting off to the mosque, and declaring that I “respect” Islam while at the same time slagging a Sin Chew columnist for being a “Chinese extremist” when he objects to the hypocrisy of kafir tudung-wearing.

            re: “being the unofficial spokeswoman for Islam”

            I don’t wear tudung and I don’t visit the mosque. You’re mixing me up with Hannah. You shouldn’t. I’m taller and I don’t have pimples.

            re: “and the constant stirring up of tension amongst the Christians and Muslims is not going to lead to a good or harmonious end”

            Good advice. Why don’t you ask your fellow evangelistas to follow it?

            re: “If you think so highly of Islam and the Malays, why don’t you just convert to Islam, instead of just singing its praises?”

            We’re all wondering why Hannah Yeoh hasn’t converted to Islam despite professing her “respect” by wearing tudung and trotting in and out of the mosque the last seven years. The most likely answer is that Allah is withholding His Grace from her because He knows all and knows best, and therefore He knows that she is a munafiq.

            This is the reason that Hannah is unable to open her heart to the beauty of Islam despite her camping in the masjids and suraus for seven long years.

            re: “I raised a factual comment that most of us are already aware of about the corruption that exists in Malaysia”

            Corruption is a two-way street. There’s the bribe taker and the bribe giver.

            re: “but what is sickening to me is that because a non Malay/UMNO sympathiser raised it, everyone gets defensive about it.’

            Nobody’s being defensive because of your ethnicity. What they can’t stand is the hypocrisy pretending as if the DAP is squeaky and forgetting that it takes two hands to clap for corruption to happen.

            This mantra of “corrupt, corrupt, corrupt” is equally sickening. You and the rest of the opposition accuse and allege but we (BN voters) are more than convinced the DAP and PKR are worse.

            re: “This ‘us versus them’ mentality is the sole reason why Malaysia will never prosper.”

            I’m afraid that the behaviour of the Chinese here over the last one century has stoked the polarization. ABU is the campaign “versus Umno” and in effect is “demonize Umno”, which equates more than three million Malay membership and more recently, the campaign is to demonize PAS equating to than one million Muslim membership.

            So who is being antagonistic and adversarial?

            re: “The Quran – Surah Al-Baqarah – says that the Christians will never approve of Muslims until the Muslims are made to follow Christian ways.” / Oh please lah, don’t stoop so low by quoting from their text to further drive your agenda.”

            Oh, so you’re admitting that religion is being used to drive an agenda.

            re: “You are essentially doing the same thing that you always accuse Hannah of doing, which is manipulating Islam for her own personal gain. How are you any different?”

            I’m different firstly because I’m not a politician. I do not need anybody to vote me.

            Secondly, I’m not power-hungry. I do not need votes to sustain me in power because I’m not holding any political office.

            Hannah is manipulating Islam for her own personal gain and everyone can clearly see what it is that she has gained, i.e. a fat (like her) paycheque which is almost equivalent to the PM’s salary, and other perks of position and power.

            What anybody can clearly see is also that there are hundreds of photos of her in tudung (there’s absolutely none of me) and that she makes a campaign of Occupy Masjid (I don’t, there’s not a single photo of me pictured in any mosque or surau either). So how can you compare and accuse me of “manipulating Islam for [my] own personal gain”?

            re: “Anyway Helen, this is my last post on your blog. One thing I will give you credit for is the fact that you allow people to express their views even when they are in opposition to yours. I thank you for that.”

            The fact that I allow free expression only goes to show how democratic I am. Actually, most of the pro-establishment bloggers allow readers to express opposing views freely. It is the pro-opposition bloggers and sites that actively censor, block and play sneaky tricks.

            This is one of the reasons I prefer BN to Pakatan, and why I think MCA are much better people than DAP leaders, operatives, cybertroopers and party followers.

            re: “But the more I read your blog and the comments on it, the more relieved I am to have left Malaysia.”

            And the more we read your comments, the more Show & Tell we benefit from.

            re: “Such a beautiful country that’s been ruined by a lack of charity, corruption, opposing ideologies and an unwillingness to seek compromise.”

            Some reckon that our beautiful country has been ruined by Tunku’s generosity.

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            • 43. What Is This  |  July 1, 2015 at 10:39 am

              You think this Jeff is no longer a Malaysian ? If they can masquerade as a Malay, they can be anything.

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              • 44. Helen Ang  |  July 1, 2015 at 10:51 am

                I will accept at face value how he (or anyone who comments here) represents himself unless there’s something to stir suspicion. With Jeff, there’s no reason for me to doubt that he is who he says he is.

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              • 45. AE  |  July 1, 2015 at 11:42 am

                Jeff is already an aussie. He just like to say bad things about malaysia becos he is worried about some of his treasonous relative is still stuck here and not qualified for asylum in the Down Under. Good luck facing Ketuanan Caucasian. Hope you will give them as much shit as you give out here. Bye traitor and good riddance.

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      • 46. i hate n'sync  |  July 1, 2015 at 1:52 pm

        Dear Jeff,

        Have you heard about women rights? For decades, feminists champion women rights and recently UN suddenly realized that they needed men too along the ride.

        Nobody is giving corrupt policemen a pass. The culture of both giving and taking bribes has to stop. Are you stupid? It is the traffic police’s duty to issue summons for traffic offences. Which part of the policemen carrying out his tasks, raya or not, that you could not comprehend? If the corrupt cop thinks that he has one ace over you and asks for a bribe, why can’t you refuse? Did the mafia made you an offer you cannot refuse? I’ve never allowed traffic police to make duit kopi out of me, and I believe that way we both are all the better for it. The worse kind of assholes are the ones who pay bribes and then bitch about the cop who took it.

        Just like how some tart sleeps around town and then complaint that all men are just the same. Just like how some immigrants decided to leave the country and then bad mouth the place of their birth. People don’t look down of us because of where we come from, they look down on us because we are rootless souls.

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      • 47. Ebyre  |  July 1, 2015 at 3:05 pm

        Jeff, you have blocked mind set by GPS the way you wrote full of hatred and racist undertone. Worst still you reviled Malays by insulting Islamic faith and blanketing such characters to other Muslims in other parts of the world.

        Upheavals in Muslim countries are created by Non Muslim, particular Christians under various disguises to intervene and create havoc and failed States. This is undenial fact.

        What facts and figures have you to justify such terrible generalisation of events..failure on your part indicates that you sentiments and emotions get better of you.

        The small greedy group of officers does not reflect the entire behaviour of Muslim Malay populous, no doubt they tarnished image of Malays. Same applies to other ethnic groups in the force, such thing happened recently in Klang seeking 12k to release Chinese immigrants from custody, who are they? No need to mention.

        As Muslim we abhor corruption as much as other faiths do, but saying corruption and Muslim Malays are synonymous is too much to accept and you need re education to instill some sense of respect and unblocking mind.

        Hannah ‘tudung and buka puasa’ episode in Ramadan month is mind boggling… wearing tudung which is non issue as every woman can wear tudung out of respect. But not hijab, unless you want to masquerade as Muslim with untoward intentions.

        As Muslim, Mosque is sacred place, more so the sacredness of the praying and the mimbar areas. We are unable to determine whether a non Muslim “suci” from Islamic point of view or he/she brings along unintended ‘najis’.

        In this case ‘haid’ (menstrual blood), faeces or urine from haram animals or animals or human being, unseen with naked eyes and no smell. Menstrual Muslim woman is prohibited to enter Mosque area.

        So, this is the main contention of Muslim brothers against her, by religious tenets she should out of respect not be near and in sacred areas… but being YB mosque officials were forced to discard, presumably, all religious prohibitions to accommodate. Please don’t construe it as liberal or pluralism.

        One thing for sure, what she is doing is no more than portraying herself as YB of the area trying to be part of the Ramadan and interact with Muslims. But it opens up a lot to interpretations and suspicions among the faith.

        More so, with ‘salib’ case in Taman Medan yet to subdue and ever interesting Dapster Evangelical missions, all will add more toxic to ‘tudung’ issue of Hannah.

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