Naked ambition: Are our authorities monitoring laywomen of the cloth?

July 27, 2015 at 8:50 am 23 comments

Western countries – in their domestic ‘War on Terror’ – are closely monitoring the indoctrination activities conducted by radical mosques on the home front.

As one example, Abu Hamza al-Masri (pix below) a notorious imam of Finsbury Park mosque in London, is known as a hate preacher. In 2006, he was jailed seven years after the British court convicted him of inciting race hatred.

Abu-Hamza Finsbury

In 2012, Abu Hamza was extradited to the USA. In January this year, he was handed a life sentence by a New York court on a slew of terrorism charges.

Religious extremists are dangerous. There are preachers of hate too among the fanatical Christian evangelists in our own country.

BELOW: Datuk Huan Cheng Guan is the ex-vice president of Gerakan and a former MP

Chinese increasingly radicalized by evangelical Christianity

I’ve said that a lot of the daily provocation against the Malay polity is coming from evangelical Christians. Some of them are clearly Islamophobic.

Chinese Christians in Malaysia, especially the born again, are also highly political. Comparatively, you never see such an aggressive level of political activism among the Buddhists.

The MCA looks to China in its political orientation. It is the evangelistas who look to Christian Zionism in the Bible Belt. You connect the dots between their antipathy for Islam, the pulpit and the political party they support in our local context.

Bishop Ng Moon Hing (pix below), for instance, is an open supporter of Bersih.

BELOW: Pastors taking part in Bersih street rally

NgMoonHin

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Siapa menabur angin, akan menuai badai

Awang Selamat in an Utusan editorial titled ‘Politik menghasut‘ (7 Oct 2012) commented on Lim Guan Eng’s meeting in Penang with 300 pastors and church elders.

The paper’s editors had opined on political Christianity, “Isu yang menjadi persoalan ialah DAP mempolitikkan agama dengan cuba mempergunakan pihak gereja”.

Awang Selamat described the talk between the DAP sec-gen and the evangelical Christian leadership as something “seakan menyemai politik kebencian dalam kalangan pemimpin gereja”. So true about the ‘politics of hate’ inspired by DAP evangelista politicians.

For example, a segment of hatemonger Hannah’s ardent Jerusubang following can easily morph into a rabid lynch mob at the snap of her fingers. A Sin Chew columnist found himself at the receiving end of such a treatment recently.

BELOW: Hannah Yeoh addressing youths belonging to Subang Jaya’s Christian fellowship a couple of days ago

Hannah Yeoh CF Subang Jaya

Intoxicated by J-Juice, they’re drunk with hate

Most of the politically flavoured programmes, which are deceptively cloaked with faux religious respectability and seeking to promote Peace & Harmony konon, are carried out by the opportunistic evangelistas. Certainly not by politicians who are the adherents of the other faiths.

And, boy, are the DAP evangelista aunties hyperactive among the young.

The brainwashing by power-hungry DAP politicians of first generation Christians, especially those from born again families, is extremely worrying and should be a grave cause of concern to the authorities.

Nobody – not Sikhs, not Hindus, not Buddhists, not Muslims – matches the evangelical Christians in their degree of political ambition as well as capacity to mesh politics with religion.

DAP evangelistas peddle the Gospel as a convenience but they’re really seeking self-Glory.

Furthermore their greed, as you know, is immeasurable. They’re hellbent on taking Putrajaya because the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow beckons the clique that controls the epicentre of the country. GajiNaikSelangor

He who pays the money calls the shots

In the past, there was a symbiotic relationship between the Chinese tycoons and MCA funding but the money flow from them for the BN has since been drying up.

In the early days of the Alliance, Umno too had relied on MCA contributions to help finance the Malay party.

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Nowadays, we must examine the connection between the Chinese evangelistas and funding for the DAP – see ‘Kempen politik Hannah Yeoh dibiayai orang gereja‘. Money is power and Prada, and vice versa.

There is going to be Pakatan 2.0 and the strong rumour is that DAP is sponsoring GHB.

Upon first impression, the ‘GHB’ acronym sounds like Geraja Harapan Baru because New Hope is a common and popular name for churches, commented orangkampung @ 2015/07/25 at 2:04 pm.

Haters will hate potatoes
Haters gonna hate

Like the hate preacher of London’s Finsbury Mosque, calculative cynics who trade in the word of God as a double-sided religious and political coin are indeed dangerous.

Captive in a surreal matrix and hate world of their own, some addled DAP supporters become divorced from the reality that Malaysia is a Muslim country. The mind control exercised on these DAP devotee congregations is verging on cultism. Ajaran sesat.

Self-destructive cults are a menace when exploited and manipulated to further the self-serving purposes of their preacher-puppetmasters.

It is urgent for Malaysian authorities to monitor golongan-golongan Kristian evangelis yang terpesong ini.

BELOW: Hannah Yeoh is a prolific lay preacher Hannah preaching Cheras Hannah Yeoh preaching in church this morning hannah Hubby & I both preaching Hannah preaching at the Methodist church! Hannah hubby preaching Seri Kembangan

BELOW: Kevin Loo tweeted by @hannahyeoh below is pastor of City Harvest Church Subang Jaya

Hannah’s BFF @MengoYee is Yee Siew Meng who spun the conspiracy theory that “political monsters” had had a hand in the Low Yat riot, that “certain quarters” instigated the violence and more particularly, that “a desperate political party” had incited young, disenfranchised Malay youths to riot

@KEVINLOO preach it! hannahyeoh @MengoYee preach ur heart out Go tell it on the mountain that Jesus Christ is Lord Hannah Yeoh stuff face mosque

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  • 1. allabih  |  July 27, 2015 at 9:38 am

    This is a world wide phenomenon. First Christian with LBG, then legalise LGB then … . In Malaysia its the beginning … DAP is only a vehicle for NWO.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  July 27, 2015 at 9:58 am

      Netizens are preoccupied with 1MDB stories and the challenge of whoever’s trying to oust Najib.

      Evangelistas are only a distraction that is not getting any serious attention. I’m wasting my time at this juncture by writing compulsively on this side topic :(

      I’ll post about something else – ikut suka hati saya – next ,)

      Reply
  • 3. Mulan Malaysia  |  July 27, 2015 at 11:45 am

    Talking about “good Christian values” that all these Evangelistas have brough about, i found a good write up about values from Lim Sian See.

    Over the past three years, I have observed that our opposition and their associated dubiously funded independent media have taught us many Malaysians a lot of “good values” – which are now ingrained in many young Malaysians.

    – They teach you that it is okay to be vulgar, ill-mannered and call others pussies, running dogs, low-IQ etc. Doing this means you are a brave hero.

    – They teach you that loans don’t need to be repaid such as PTPN (which has led to the current pitiful 46% collection rate this year since it will be free and waived in GE14).

    – They teach you that summonses no need to be honored (as it will be waived and free after GE14) – so it is okay to speed.

    – They teach you that Malaysia is so special and so ultra-blessed that we can have massive oil subsidies and no need to implement tax reforms such as GST even though 90-95% of the other countries in the world have done so.

    – They teach you that in spite of Malaysia being so special and so ultra-blessed, we are also somehow the most corrupted in the world, our govt is the most oppressive and we are forever heading towards a failed state (but somehow never reached yet despite the ultra-long warning period given 40 years ago)

    – They teach you that well-known international firms such as Goldman Sachs, KPMG, Deloitte cannot be trusted and since they cannot be trusted, there is no one else you can trust. – therefore modern business and auditing is no longer practicable

    – The teach you that every single govt in the world such as Abu Dhabi govt, Singapore govt, Thailand govt are out to conspire with Malaysian govt to cheat you and these countries cannot be trusted.

    – They teach you that it is okay to cheat people and use Stolen data and any attempt to shut you down means that the authorities have something to hide even though multiple investigations are in process.

    – They also teach you that it is okay to write religious or race-inciting stuff (ala Eric Paulsen, P.Ramasamy and a bunch of others) and that any attempt to reprimand you or shut you down means your “freedom of speech” and “freedom of expression” is infringed on – never mind that large sections of society are deeply offended by what you write.

    What do you think? Do you like this type of Ubah in Malaysians’ mind-set?

    If you find that Malaysians today have no respect for authority, generally ruder, less race or religious tolerant, blames everyone but themselves and less tolerant – perhaps this is a reason why.

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    • 4. jentayu  |  July 27, 2015 at 4:08 pm

      In summary, the opposition has always play by the machiavellian mantra : the end justify the means. Name calling is their true colour especially when they run out of argument or when in emo/amok mode. But the funny part is they get easily offended when they get a taste of their own medicine. These kind of people will end up loser and bitter in life and really not worth your time and attention.

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  • 5. kabe  |  July 27, 2015 at 11:47 am

    Helen,
    I don’t think it’s your fault that people are ignoring the evangelist
    People are flocking towards the major stories rather than the small ones. It’s not weird when we hear people say that BN is all about Najib and Rosmah, hence all the minister does now is defending him instead of tackle the minor issues. It seems that they don’t realize that even if Najib won the trial, the government is already lost in the netizens vote.

    You have to give credit to the opposition nowadays. You can see they’re only using Tony Pua and Rafizi on attacking Najib while the others MP, god knows what they’re are doing. Why doesn’t the BN start to follow them. Leave 1MDB to authorities and start addressing the minor issues so that people know that even without Najib you guys can still govern.

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  • 6. Mulan Malaysia  |  July 27, 2015 at 12:25 pm

    If you think the Low Yat letter by Yee Siew Meng is bad, you should read this one. Mixing the Bible with sheer politics. This is quite insulting actually to Bumiputera Christians. Many are in UMNO. And to Chinese Christians who are in BN.

    I am capturing the whole letter for those who do not a have subscription.

    http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/298499
    “Can a Christian still back race-based policies?”

    Malaysians are generally God-fearing people. We are a religious people. Go to any Malaysian towns you would find temples, churches, mosque and other places of worship. So, for me to look at Paul Low’s recent assertions that Malaysia is not ready to abandon race-based politics from a Christian perspective is not altogether reasonable. […]

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    • 7. Helen Ang  |  July 27, 2015 at 1:12 pm

      Mulan,

      Letters can be read in Malaysiakini without any need for subscription.

      Reply
  • 8. Surrhead  |  July 27, 2015 at 12:57 pm

    what is wrong in being an avid christian preacher and also a foster of relationship with different faith holders? how should an MP be then??

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    • 9. Helen Ang  |  July 27, 2015 at 1:44 pm

      (1) In Malaysia, one can’t escape from race and religion politics. And it’s a two-way traffic. The Chinese are the traditional scapegoat everywhere (a parallel is the May 13 riots in Jakarta, 1998) while the Malays are blamed for introducing the word ‘amok’ into the English dictionary, and there’s deep resentment from the non-Malays that they’re held to ransom by the constant implied threat of this potential erupting.

      Religion politics – political Islam vs political Christianity – is more volatile and destablizing than race politics.

      Remember that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. When the Christians use the pulpit to promote the evangelical DAP, Muslims may similarly use the mimbar to promote the Islamist PAS which is today an enemy of the DAP.

      Hannah Yeoh being an avid Christian preacher is mixing her brand of evangelical Christianity – dia takde tauliah pun untuk berkhutbah – with her DAP politics of aggression. This is a lethal cocktail.

      (2) DAP claims to be a secular party that’s fighting to defend secularism in Malaysia. Why then is Hannah Yeoh playing religion politics, and not only in the church circuit that she hops around in but also through occupying mosques!

      Her role-playing in the surau and mosque is causing friction with the Muslims.

      “Mengimbau kembali bantuan mereka kepada surau masjid ketika bulan puasa. Molek sungguh mereka berpakaian Melayu, berselendang menyampaikan bantuan RM2,000. […] Tetapi mengenali mereka, semua ini hipokrit. Pada masa sama, merekalah menentang etika berpakaian.” – Ridhuan Tee

      The Dapsters might claim that RT is an extremist but he is nonetheless a Muslim and his column appears in Sinar Harian which is widely read by the Malays.

      (3) The creepy Christians are freaking out the Muslims. Hence the adverse reaction to the cross in Taman Medan.

      Although social media is blamed for widening the race and religion conflict, I don’t think it played a role in Taman Medan as that’s a working class neighbourhood. Commenting in social media is more a middle-class past time.

      Hannah Yeoh has carved a high profile for herself riding on her role as Speaker and being the oppo (this definitely includes The J-Star) media darling. She is wearing her evangelical crucifx on her sleeve.

      Sure she has a lot of J-Juiced fans but she has many detractors too. Only her twits following may not realise this as she has blocked scores of Twitter users on her timeline who had questioned or messaged anything negative about her. Remember she caused a small sensation and bad blood when she threatened to make police report against anyone who repeated the rumour that she had converted to Islam.

      (4) re: “How should an MP be then?”

      A good role model for Chinese women is MCA vice-president Datuk Paduka Chew Mei Fun who has displayed principle and integrity. Hannah Yeoh is the opposite.

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      • 10. Surrhead  |  July 27, 2015 at 4:06 pm

        first of all, i think HY must have pissed you badly someway…

        1. i have yet to see Christians using the pulpit (in a church) to promote the evangelical DAP…..do reply with a link if you have one.

        2. would you have a video on HY giving a hate speech like what you exampled on RT – i.e. commenting on clothing and calling people hypocrites
        BTW, i think RT is an opportunist, just like Tun Mahathir….

        3. On tmn medan issue, i find it to be a joke that the majority Muslims are freaked out when a cross is displayed on a building. I see a cross, i know it’s a christian’s worship house. and i have no business there. But the overall fiasco, gave a bad impression on Muslims. Who is to blame? DAP??

        4. CCF is a MCA VP…..meaning her priority is to caters for Chinese ……and i find it’s refreshing and very Malaysian of HY to mix and mingle with all Malaysians irregardless of race & religion.

        now, now….don’t get funny ideas that HY has just hired a trooper. i just find that your findings are prejudiced and i felt that i have somethings to say.

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        • 11. Helen Ang  |  July 27, 2015 at 7:17 pm

          re: “first of all, i think HY must have pissed you badly someway…”

          She represents the face of evangelical DAP 2.0, the party that I voted for in 2004 and 2008 but which has gone rogue ever since they tasted real power. She is the embodiment everything bad about the new breed opposition today.

          re: “i have yet to see Christians using the pulpit (in a church) to promote the evangelical DAP…..do reply with a link if you have one.”

          Google search this blog. Some of the mainline Christian readers who attend church have complained. Or read the Awang Selamat-Utusan link in the article above. Other reverends were quoted by the paper as complaining about the DAP-evangelical churches link.

          re: “would you have a video on HY giving a hate speech like what you exampled on RT – i.e. commenting on clothing and calling people hypocrites”

          She labelled the Sin Chew columnist as a Chinese holding “extreme views” all because he criticized her tudung wearing.

          She claimed she wore tudung because she respected Islam, and by extension implying that non-Muslims who object to her cheap publicity stunt are disrespectful of Islam … as if we do not see the value of respect in covering our hair when in a mosque, gurdwara etc.

          She is making a false argument by exploiting Islam to get Malays on her side in this issue and and using a sneaky diversionary tactic to detract from criticisms of her opportunistic political behaviour.

          It’s not the tudung-wearing we object to – after all, Michelle Obama and Kate Middleton Duchess of Cambridge also covered their hair when they entered Malaysian mosques. It’s Hannah’s hypocrisy that’s the bone of contention.

          And she was promoting hate by misleading and manipulating her Malay fan base to assume that some Cina totok are extremists who are anti-Islam and against interfaith bridge-building.

          In the video below, HY does not call the culprits “hypocrites” but she is being one herself. She sniped at minute 0:51:

          “Politicians who value families, marriages, their spouse, will legislate with that in mind and govern like a caring government. We must never be like politicians from BN. Some of them, you know, have belittled the institution of marriage and even caused public humility [sic] to their spouse because of adultery.”

          She snided the BN adulterers as causing public humiliation to their spouses. Well, what about the Ketua Umum of the (now defunct) Pakatan who was missing his Omega watch that she was perpetually fawning over?

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          re: “On tmn medan issue, i find it to be a joke that the majority Muslims are freaked out when a cross is displayed on a building.”

          I understand their reaction on various levels.

          re: “But the overall fiasco, gave a bad impression on Muslims. Who is to blame? DAP??”

          It takes two to tango. They don’t freak out at sight of the swastika symbol indicating a Buddhist temple.

          re: “CCF is a MCA VP…..meaning her priority is to caters for Chinese ……and i find it’s refreshing and very Malaysian of HY to mix and mingle with all Malaysians irregardless of race & religion.”

          She threatened to make a police report against anyone who repeated the false rumour that she converted to Islam. Her mask slipped that time.

          re: “now, now….don’t get funny ideas that HY has just hired a trooper. i just find that your findings are prejudiced and i felt that i have somethings to say.”

          No worries. I don’t think my other annoyances The Rithmatist/Kineas, HH, AC-DC, BNM and a handful of others are troopers either.

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  • 12. AYAH  |  July 27, 2015 at 2:24 pm

    I don’t believe people are ignoring what you’re writing about Helen. Take heart. Your reminders have taken hold on a lot of people.
    There is perhaps no outward show of protest or disgust at the level you might expect but rest assured what is happening is recognised and embedded in the minds of many, especially the Malay Muslims.

    It is also encouraging to hear the responses of the non-Muslims that bear testimony to the disgust towards the tactics of the evangelistas.

    In the end, we will prevail. In Sya Allah.

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    • 13. Helen Ang  |  July 27, 2015 at 2:28 pm

      Thank you, Ayah.

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  • 14. FAH  |  July 27, 2015 at 3:15 pm

    Ur effort is greatly appreciated Helen. However, ur writing is not reaching enuf ppl, particularly the young non-Malays. In fact, most pro govt. sites fail to achieve this.

    I open my FB, and I see ppl sharing poisonous articles from the likes of FMT, Malaysiakini, the Heat and so on. Rarely, if not never, do I see writings against the opposition.

    However, the people need u to keep writing Helen, coz if a Malay tries to point out what u are trying to highlight, it might be misconstrued as inciting racial tension. When in fact all u are doing is putting a spotlight on the truth, that the DAP evangelistas Is a REAL danger to the country.

    You just need to find a way to reach more ppl, especially the non-Christian Chinese, so that they can wake up from their slumber and realise what these evangelistas are doing to their ppl.

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    • 15. Helen Ang  |  July 27, 2015 at 6:51 pm

      re: “When in fact all u are doing is putting a spotlight on the truth, that the DAP evangelistas Is a REAL danger to the country.”

      I truly believe and am fully convinced that they are.

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  • 16. Ayam  |  July 27, 2015 at 5:09 pm

    DAP = A party run by evangelical anglophilic bananas brainwashing Chinese to dupe Malays.

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  • 17. islam1st  |  July 27, 2015 at 10:01 pm

    ‘Upon first impression, the ‘GHB’ acronym sounds like Geraja Harapan Baru because New Hope is a common and popular name for churches’

    Helen, sudah terang lagi bersuluh GHB memang idea Evangelis Kristian DAP!

    “WE MUST CONTINUE TO HOPE”

    http://www.necf.org.my/newsmaster.cfm?&menuid=43&action=view&retrieveid=1584

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  • 20. AC-DC  |  July 29, 2015 at 5:44 pm

    It is not the Christians who are going to Syria to join ISIS and later return with plans to overthrow our government through violent warfare.

    “It is urgent for Malaysian authorities to monitor golongan-golongan Kristian evangelis yang terpesong ini.”

    It seems they are more interested in monitoring people like Syed Akbar Ali, the opposition, the rival factions within the Barisan Nasional, and of course, you. After all, didn’t your blog get attacked together with several other websites critical of Najib a little while ago?

    “(3) The creepy Christians are freaking out the Muslims. Hence the adverse reaction to the cross in Taman Medan.”

    The right wing intolerant Muslims are freaked by anything from the minority religions and ethnic groups. How do you explain their hostility towards plans for new Hindu temples?

    And mind you, that is not the only protest. There have been a few this year against temples.

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    • 21. Helen Ang  |  July 29, 2015 at 7:00 pm

      re: “It is not the Christians who are going to Syria to join ISIS and later return with plans to overthrow our government through violent warfare.”

      No, the neo-con Christians just provide the funding, training and weapons for the warring Muslim factions to kill each other.

      “After all, didn’t your blog get attacked together with several other websites critical of Najib a little while ago?”

      Yes. I was screaming blue murder at being blocked.

      re: “The right wing intolerant Muslims are freaked by anything from the minority religions and ethnic groups. How do you explain their hostility towards plans for new Hindu temples?”

      If you watch the interview – video clip embedded in my blog – see the J-Star‘s Internet TV – there was one Malay guy who said that the Taman Medan residents did not have any issue with a Sikh temple in their vicinity while one Indian woman said that the (several) Hindu temples in the area were unmolested and the inter-religious relationship was generally okay.

      The Taman Medan residents were only freaked out by the cross.

      re: “And mind you, that is not the only protest. There have been a few this year against temples.”

      I’m not going to deny it. The ‘moderate’ Muslims need to restrain their more radical brothers. However, our social climate is not encouraging this internal check-and-balance within the Muslim community.

      Same like how it’s impossible for the 10 percent BN Chinese to mitigate the political sentiments among the 90 percent DAP Chinese today.

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      • 22. AC-DC  |  July 31, 2015 at 3:37 pm

        “No, the neo-con Christians just provide the funding, training and weapons for the warring Muslim factions to kill each other.”

        It is the Saudis, Turkey, and the Gulf Arab states who provide the funds to rebel factions in Syria. And possibly ISIS too. Not including their supporters and sympathisers in other Muslim countries including Malaysia.

        “I’m not going to deny it. The ‘moderate’ Muslims need to restrain their more radical brothers. However, our social climate is not encouraging this internal check-and-balance within the Muslim community.”

        Yet you speak well about the likes of Isma and Perkasa and attack their critics, the moderates and any attempt at moderation. Did you think the fanatics will just attack Christianity and ignore other non-Muslim religions?

        Oh wow, another one around two months ago…

        http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/muslim-residents-protest-against-planned-building-of-hindu-temple-in-kuala

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        • 23. Helen Ang  |  July 31, 2015 at 3:53 pm

          Don’t claim the label ‘moderates’ for the DAP evangelistas.

          Isma and other Muslim NGOs have called them “pelampau” and “cauvinis”. I concur with their view that the DAP evangelistas are religious extremists and fanatics.

          Reply

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