DAP says Malays are “morons”

August 24, 2015 at 4:58 pm 43 comments

Grandpapa Dapster Lim Kit Siang let fly with his ‘United Morons National Organisation’ name for Umno – see his statement yesterday screencapped below.

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Umno morons LKS

Papa Dapster Lim Guan Eng brazenly did a ‘Pork is not Bak Kut Teh’ thing by claiming that his state’s National Day slogan was ‘Bersih’ but plus ‘cekap, amanah’, and chosen due to the DAP’s affinity with Tun’s 1980s-era governance rather than having anything to do with the Bersih 4.0 rally coming up.

And not only does Guan Eng call Malaysia a “rogue state“, he also accused the federal government of bullying Penang for being the only odd one out in refusing to comply with the “Sehati sejiwa” celebration theme.

It is only after the army, police and schools threatened to pull out of the Aug 31 parade in Penang that the chief minister backpedalled.

After an emergency exco meeting this morning, Lim Guan Eng reluctantly stood down or else he would have had the Hari Kebangsaan march past in Georgetown looking skeletal after the pullout of the military, police and school contingents.

The Dapsters, as to be expected, had putar-belit to bolster Guan Eng when he pulled the ‘Bersih’ fast one, and they again berbelit-belit today to defend the CM’s forced U-turn. These people can defend the indefensible, bohong, tipu dan fitnah without even missing a beat.

Hannah Yeoh

Hannah Yeoh

Then you have Mama Dapster Hannah Yeoh accusing a Sin Chew columnist of being a Chinese extremist (holding “extreme views”) when he criticized her tudung chameleon act. Hannah portrayed that he was anti-Islam and unable to respect the requirement of a non-Muslim covering her hair when visiting mosques.

She postured for her Facebook fans, “I joined politics to fight against such mindset & I will not apologise for my stand”, adding that it was “unbecoming for the columnist to say such things”.

The evangelistas as anticipated went quite berserk in their defence of Hannah even though this is the Christian preacher who had threatened to lodge a police report against anyone passing on the (false) rumour that she had converted to Islam.

Is being mistaken for a Muslimah – especially when Hannah Yeoh keeps dressing like one – such a crime that the misinformation is deemed by Madame Speaker to warrant police action? Doesn’t this pertinent question cross the mind of the Malays who are fans of the DAP mosque occupiers?

Why are the Chinese so taksub to the Dapster family?

Why do the Malays allow the DAP to keep telling the world that they’re the victims when what the evangelistas are always doing, e.g. this Bersih-Merdeka putar-belit, is a form of bullying? Fitnah is worse than bunuh. The Dapster-evangelistas fitnah all the time.

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  • 1. islam1st  |  August 24, 2015 at 5:52 pm

    ‘Grandpapa Dapster Lim Kit Siang let fly with his ‘United Morons National Organisation’ name for Umno’

    The thought Melayu bodo has always been with him. So it is only natural for the Mursyidul Am of DAP to use it, now and then. Nothing unexpected of him.

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  • 2. Surrhead  |  August 24, 2015 at 6:01 pm

    i call umno “United Monkeys National Org” and many other names. not a big deal….u can find a lot of names for PR, DAP, PKR and PAS . BTW, will you be attending Bersih 4 event?

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    • 3. Helen Ang  |  August 24, 2015 at 6:06 pm

      re: “not a big deal”

      It’s the ‘bodoh’ connotation that makes ‘Morons’ more of a zinger than ‘Monkeys’.

      re: “BTW, will you be attending Bersih 4 event?”

      Duh. Why would I? Are you?

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      • 4. Surrhead  |  August 24, 2015 at 6:49 pm

        umno does consists of morons….they take in all hook, line and sinker from najib…

        thought maybe you would gather first hand info on how DAP has manipulated the mass…..truthfully, i can’t wait for 29th, i am charged….

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        • 5. Helen Ang  |  August 24, 2015 at 7:02 pm

          re: “i can’t wait for 29th, i am charged…”

          Of what profit (I don’t mean in monetary terms) is Bersih 4.0?

          I’ve already mentioned what I think could be one possible outcome: This one could spark the Yellow Shirts vs Red Shirts trend, and start a street mob culture like Bangkok.

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          • 6. Surrhead  |  August 25, 2015 at 12:05 pm

            Malaysia and Malaysians need to know the force behind People’s Power. We choose the gov that we want, a gov that’s clean and works for the rakyat. May it be BN or PR, they need to know People’s Power rule. And if the gov do not want People to walk the streets, just adhere to Bersih’s request. Then there’s no reason for the People to walk the streets. It’s a simple solution, but gov wants to make it hard.

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            • 7. Helen Ang  |  August 25, 2015 at 12:42 pm

              re: “Malaysia and Malaysians need to know the force behind People’s Power.”

              The DAP-led People’s Power is a mob that is irrational and unreasonable.

              re: “We choose the gov that we want”

              You already did that – on 5 May 2013.

              re: “a gov that’s clean and works for the rakyat”

              Like Azmin Ali and his RM2 ringgit company? Like Guan Eng’s developer-friendly Chief Minister Incorporated?

              re: “May it be BN or PR, they need to know People’s Power rule.”

              Perhaps you should sit down for tea and have a chat with Khalid Ibrahim. Ask him how the Pakatan power worked.

              re: “And if the gov do not want People to walk the streets, just adhere to Bersih’s request.”

              Bersih wants Najib to commit harakiri.

              re: “Then there’s no reason for the People to walk the streets.”

              Why in the world should Najib knuckle down to Bersih’s street mob demand?

              re: “It’s a simple solution, but gov wants to make it hard.”

              No, the gomen has been easygoing. Tun complained that Najib’s too lembik.

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        • 8. Orangkampung  |  August 24, 2015 at 7:44 pm

          “I am charged”. No lah. Mungkin you kena arrest by the polis, tapi kalau ikut apa yang berlaku sebelum ni, anda akan dibebaskan tanpa kena charge.

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          • 9. Surrhead  |  August 25, 2015 at 12:07 pm

            “i am charged” maksudnya aku tgh bersemangat ni

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            • 10. Orangkampung  |  August 26, 2015 at 3:28 pm

              I know. I like my interpretation better.

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      • 11. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 25, 2015 at 3:45 pm

        Anyone remember SMNO? The former Umno Singapore, renamed on May 5, 1967 to PKMS or SMNO (Singapore Malay National Organisation).

        It has been kind of “MIA” during the past few general elections in Singapore.

        Maybe it is because Singaporean Malays have little use for race-based political parties.

        Not because of “Morons” or “Monkeys”….

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        • 12. Helen Ang  |  August 25, 2015 at 3:51 pm

          Good lesson to be internalized by Malaysian Malays – Umno dah hilang di Singapura.

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          • 13. islam1st  |  August 25, 2015 at 4:54 pm

            Istana Gelam pun ‘dihilangkan’. Sudah jadi muzium. Macam Melayu kat Cinapura. Tapi ada satu famili Cina tu, walaupun sudah bikin Temasik jadi republik tetap mahu ‘bersemayam’ dalam Istana. Siap ada kawalan bagai!

            Beraja di mata, bersultan di hati?

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            • 14. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 26, 2015 at 1:40 pm

              Hence the weeping and wailing and the gnashing of teeth!

              And which “Istana” are you talking about?

              Any Singaporean will tell you that Singapore’s Presidents and Prime Ministers live in their own private residences. They only have their offices in the Istana, which is also where Singapore Cabinet meetings are held.

              Go brush up on the details, lah.

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              • 15. islam1st  |  August 26, 2015 at 3:57 pm

                Aah, standing up for the Cinapura gomen. That’s so sweet. Dah koyak passport Malaysia ke belum der?

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                • 16. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 27, 2015 at 8:26 am

                  Glad to oblige, brudder.

                  It’s nice to know that you too admire Singapore and what it has achieved in the 50 years after separating from Malaysia.

                  Maybe you are even feeling charitable towards the Malaysians who cari makan in Singapore, including, shall we say, a fair number of the “majority” (to borrow Helen’s pet terminology).

                  And my passport? It’s still in good shape. After all, it is securely ensconced in a Louis Vuitton passport cover (genuine some more)….lol.

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                  • 17. islam1st  |  August 29, 2015 at 3:57 pm

                    ‘cari makan in Singapore, including, shall we say, a fair number of the “majority”

                    And being told by ‘multiracial and fair for all’ Cinaputra in Singapore, why ones need to go Sembahyang Jumaat? Please lah!

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          • 18. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 26, 2015 at 1:35 pm

            Exactly… Umno Singapore was decisively rejected by Singaporean voters in the elections after Singapore gained Independence in 1965.

            Can you name me any SMNO/PKMS member that was elected into the Singapore Parliament?

            And what is the lesson to be internalised?

            That race-based political parties have been unsuccessful in Singapore?

            That Syed Jaafar Albar’s diatribes didn’t gain any traction South of the Causeway?

            Fast forward to today where Malaysian & regional VIPs are very comfortable with Singapore.

            Heck, they are even inviting Singapore to invest in their countries.

            You can’t get more “acceptable” than that…. lol.

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            • 19. islam1st  |  August 26, 2015 at 4:04 pm

              ‘“We grew up learning about this in our history books, but there really isn’t too much emphasis on our relation to the Malay world.

              “It’s quite comforting, actually, since most of us are brought up to believe that Singapore will always be on its own, as we are so different from our Malay neighbours, especially Malaysia.’

              Aah, kesian kena main dengan Ketuanan Cina.

              ‘the palace grounds were private property then.

              It was not until 1999, when the property was handed over to the government’

              WOW. Everything has a price in Singapore except for a Malay istana. Ketuanan Cina alive in kiciking eh, Leonidasthespartan?

              – See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/features/article/tracing-singapores-rich-malay-heritage#sthash.llz85YJX.dpuf

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              • 20. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 26, 2015 at 4:17 pm

                And your point is…..?

                Sure, things have a price in Singapore. Because there’s no such thing as a “free lunch”.

                Singapore prospered by presenting itself as “the good kid” in “a bad neighbourhood”.

                And if you call it “Ketuanan Cina”, then at least acknowledge that they have done a good job.

                It’s better than shouting empty slogans, isn’t it?

                And then wondering why the Ringgit is in the pits and the forex reserves are being run down?

                Looks as if the “kena main” had/has victims who thought that they were/are “immune” because they are “special”.

                There’s nothing like a rude comeuppance to serve as a wake-up call, is there?

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                • 21. islam1st  |  August 26, 2015 at 5:22 pm

                  ‘And if you call it “Ketuanan Cina”, then at least acknowledge that they have done a good job.’

                  What managing an island?

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                  • 22. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 27, 2015 at 8:09 am

                    Yup, sure. Why not?

                    Did people do any better job managing countries? Countries with natural resources? Countries with multiracial populations? Countries that couldn’t live within their means?

                    Please, lah – go sell your gobbledygook some place else!

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                    • 23. islam1st  |  August 29, 2015 at 3:59 pm

                      Me, quite the contrary la brader. You are the one who keeps pushing the pulau narratives. Not me!

  • 24. azman mohammed  |  August 24, 2015 at 6:01 pm

    Only 2 type of Chinese supporting DAP either they Sub Human or Parasite…

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    • 25. Ayam  |  August 24, 2015 at 7:57 pm

      You forgot the third kind, “bananas”.

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      • 26. AE  |  August 25, 2015 at 10:04 am

        No la ayam. Bananas dont go for DAP. They would go for Democrats, ALP, NZ First Act party or at the very least PAP.

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  • 27. M  |  August 24, 2015 at 6:05 pm

    Well, it takes a thief to catch a thief. I am quite sure LKS belongs to the same category of people whom he freely called morons.

    Not many of us can instantly recognize a moron convincingly like LKS do…. Soon many more Malay morons will join the DAP sponsored Amanah, GHB/PASMA/whateverelse named grouping. And they will, together become supermoron

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  • 28. RINA  |  August 24, 2015 at 6:47 pm

    Saham China merudum owh.. ekonomi mula nampak malap. Haiyaaa, negala China punya ploblem, Melayu pula digelar moron? Ini mesti mau marah menantu anak kasi pukul!

    MCA kata Hannah tanya2 pasai Bersih? Lia olang pun ada kena tempias kemerosotan ekonomi China juga ke?

    Mulut tak putus sebut olang Melayu, India ‘BODOH’. Sikalang dah pandai cakap bahasa England jadi kasi ‘UBAH’ guna moron pula ma..

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    • 29. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 26, 2015 at 1:43 pm

      Heh, heh – you wish, Rina.

      Wait till the Yuan becomes an IMF “reserve currency” and part of the IMF “SDR basket”. It’s not if, but when.

      Why don’t you ask Bank Negara what is the Yuan component of Malaysia’s forex reserves?

      But that is a “state secret”…..

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  • 30. tebing tinggi  |  August 24, 2015 at 7:06 pm

    Najib was reported as saying in UMNO meets ,that without UMNO ,Malay will be “Bangsat” ,what a coincidence .

    The Bugis say Melayu bangsat , the Chinese say Melayu morons, dah nasib Melayu begitu .

    Melayu will shout’s ” takan Melayu hilang didunia ” ,taht all they can do.

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    • 31. KJ10Q  |  August 24, 2015 at 8:12 pm

      A close reading of what LKS said (above) could easily make one to conclude that he did not call the Malays as Morons. Rather, he was asking if Aziz Kaprawi thought that the UMNO members were morons because he made moronic statements.

      Moronic statements were of course for morons to listen to.

      I don’t think UMNO members are morons but there are enough number of them in the Party that treat the members as stupid fools and keep telling lies and bullshits, hence the brave wanita’s statement that one big Moron ‘HARI HARI KENCING AHLI AHLI UMNO!’

      That’s from wanita’s UMNO, not me.

      As the former deputy SB Chief said, “come forward, BE A MAN, and tell the truth!” We all know to whom the seruan was going to, but the lelaki bukan lelaki masih buat BODOH and did not heed the call to BE A MAN.

      If the lelaki bukan lelaki doesn’t want to BE A MAN, in his case we cannot call him pondan. My friend in the ASKAR calls him ‘BAU TAHI’.

      Don’t ask me why the big Moron bau tahi.

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      • 32. Helen Ang  |  August 24, 2015 at 8:22 pm

        On the one hand, you could be literal about it but then again, you should also take into account LKS’s political career history as a whole. There were the things he said in 1969, and don’t forget he was ISA-ed in 1987.

        It’s like if we’re going to be literal, me might accept that LGE was referencing Dr M’s famous slogan but there are also reports that the initial slogan was just ‘Bersih’, and the ‘Cekap, Amanah’ was later tagged on after the Penang subversion met with resistence.

        This ‘moron’ business would have come from other DAP leaders like Dr Tan Seng Giaw or Chen Man Hin, say. But the taunt is very much in LKS’s provocative make-up. I wouldn’t read it as hypothetical.

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        • 33. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 26, 2015 at 4:07 pm

          Seeing as the PM has now set up the Economic Special Committee chaired by AWO, and since this Committee has 2 Chinese and 1 Indian member, with the rest being Malays, that would give the lie to the “Morons” interpretation.

          Nazir Razak’s views are well-known. He has made no secret of them.

          Can the Committee come up measures to stabilise the Ringgit and rebuild confidence in the Malaysian economy? And gain the trust of foreign investors and bondholders?

          Not exactly a job for “Morons”, is it?

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          • 34. Helen Ang  |  August 26, 2015 at 4:17 pm

            What’s your point, explicitly?

            Ikut Kit Siang perli Umno ke?

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            • 35. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 27, 2015 at 8:14 am

              Why set up the Economic Special Committee if everything is A-ok with the economy and it can be business as usual?

              Why staff the Committee with 2 Chinese and 1 Indian members?

              As you have pointed out ad nauseam, who is the “majority” here?

              Surely the “majority” has the expertise and international connections to fix what is broken or malfunctioning in the economy?

              And that is not a job for “Morons”.

              Is that explicit enough for you or are you going to plead that economics and finance isn’t your cup of tea?

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              • 36. Helen Ang  |  August 27, 2015 at 10:46 am

                Who are you calling ‘morons’?

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                • 37. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 27, 2015 at 1:15 pm

                  Anyone who wilfully refuses to acknowledge realpolitik and globalisation and competitiveness.

                  Is that sufficiently all-encompassing for you?

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                  • 38. Helen Ang  |  August 27, 2015 at 1:29 pm

                    You’re someone with one foot in M’sia and one foot in S’pore.

                    The ones who wilfully refuse to acknowledge realpolitik are those Bersih 4.0 supporters who plan to park themselves in Dataran Merdeka this weekend. They’re going to get reality smack them in the face.

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                    • 39. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 27, 2015 at 2:21 pm

                      Possible. Who knows?

                      But realpolitik is knowing when to kowtow on the International stage when the big boys come out to play.

                      Like looking for others to take the lead in the South China Sea….oh, I forgot – politics isn’t your strong suit. Targeting Bersih, Dapsters, the RBA and evangelistas is easier meat, for sure.

                    • 40. Helen Ang  |  August 27, 2015 at 2:55 pm

                      Realpolitik is also knowing the reality in Malaysia which the delusional Dapsters do not.

                      re: “oh, I forgot – politics isn’t your strong suit”

                      I’m not a politician. I’m not a member of any political party. If you like, you can say I’m a chronicler. I jot down for the record a timeline of some political happenings that interest me.

                      All around the world, people are suspicious of, and intensely distrust, politicians. Only in Jerusubang do the brainwashed sheeple believe that their bersih dan suci politicians walk on water.

                      re: “Targeting Bersih, Dapsters, the RBA and evangelistas is easier meat, for sure.”

                      I’m one individual only and certainly don’t have half a dozen Personal Assistants like Madame Speaker (and not to mention her DAP-DUN office staff).

                      I’ve no other public platform/voice other than this blog. I also depend solely on my own resources.

                      Now lil’ ol’ me doing it all solo, mind you, and targeting:

                      – Bersih, anticipated 100,000 or more participants

                      – Dapsters, too many for comfort and enough in numbers to make the Malays feel besieged

                      – RBA, hundreds formally and thousands informally

                      – evangelistas, tens of thousands (hardcore), hundreds of thousands (in the charismatic churches)

                      – EvangeliSTAR, please don’t forget to mention the scissorati at the J-Star ya

                      … I’m very much a David against all these Goliaths. Allah’s grace must be with me to have given me such strength.

                    • 41. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 27, 2015 at 4:17 pm

                      Really? Playing the “poor little me” card, are we?

                      Or is it the “Red Riding Hood versus the Big Bad Wolf” syndrome?

                      Because, when your views are rebutted and when you are compelled to reach for inanities, what better way to try and “salvage” the situation than by playing the “victim” card?

                      As in “it is everyone else’s fault, but mine”!

                      Anyway, I note that you have opined that “people are suspicious of, and intensely distrust politicians”?

                      Do you include Umno politicians in this select category or do they have some magical “pass card” that exempts them from this classification?

                      As for Madam Speaker – if she gets re-elected in the next GE, are you going to find fault with the electorate for exercising their democratic franchise?

                      Oh, I keep forgetting – it’s “little old you” against the dark forces of evil.

                      And it is good that you have acknowledged that it is God (note that I use this word for The Almighty) that must have given you the strength to persevere in your mission.

                      That was also the mindset and the faith shared by the Christian martyrs and saints.

                    • 42. Helen Ang  |  August 27, 2015 at 4:41 pm

                      re: “Really? Playing the ‘poor little me’ card, are we?”

                      “Poor little me”? On the contrary, I’m a mentally strong individual. You’re the one who pointed out the list of big boys I’m taking on.

                      re: “Or is it the ‘Red Riding Hood versus the Big Bad Wolf’ syndrome?”

                      Below – comic illustration of evangelistas, lolz.

                      re: “Because, when your views are rebutted and when you are compelled to reach for inanities …”

                      I’m democratic. In my blog, readers are allowed to hold views different from mine. Unlike in the @hannahyeoh Twitter timeline.

                      re: “As in ‘it is everyone else’s fault, but mine’!”

                      That’s the Dapster ethos, seen most recently when the Guan Eng administration backpedaled from their ‘Bersih’ slogan. You know them so well.

                      re: “Anyway, I note that you have opined that ‘people are suspicious of, and intensely distrust politicians’? Do you include Umno politicians in this select category …”

                      Look at the amount of suspicion and distrust that Najib and his colleagues suffer, from even the pro-gomen Malays. It is only the DAP evangelista politicians who’ve got immunity in the eyes of the blinded Chinese voters.

                      re: “As for Madam Speaker – if she gets re-elected in the next GE, are you going to find fault with the electorate for exercising their democratic franchise?”

                      What to do – no hope, no cure. The force in the Politics of Hate is too strong.

                      re: “Oh, I keep forgetting – it’s ‘little old you’ against the dark forces of evil.”

                      Yes, the Creepy Christians stalk me. Are you a Creepy Christian?

                      re: “And it is good that you have acknowledged that it is God (note that I use this word for The Almighty) that must have given you the strength to persevere in your mission.”

                      Must be. I’m only one person. The Dapsters and the evangelistas, and not to forget the scissorati are many.

                      re: “That was also the mindset and the faith shared by the Christian martyrs and saints.”

                      It takes one to know one. Is that why the Creepy Christians are stalking me – because they fear that I have a ‘martyr wish’ and realise that they can run the most vicious harassment and vilest smear campaigns but they’re not going to be able to deter me?

    • 43. Jade Emperor  |  August 24, 2015 at 8:46 pm

      Each Muslim guard his heart and straighten his thinking: Malay will not disappear from the face of the earth.
      Only the deceitful and slanderous pretenders to self-glory will soon be no more.

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