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