No hope, no cure lah, Tan Sri
Zam is hopeful that Nasharudin Mat Isa will be able to convert the J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai “to come to true sense of Malaysian moderation”. See tweet by @ZainudinMaidin below:
Urm, I don’t think so. The evangelistas are beyond redemption.
After all, it can only be through the covert help of the MCA media empire that 95 percent of the Chinese are today converted to become anti-establishment. The EvangeliSTARs cannot be a part of the solution when they’re the problem.
BELOW: Joshua Wong, creepy Christian evangelist leader of the Umbrella Revolution
Born Again messianics and their millennial revolt
The only vocabulary the evangelistas understand is the language of force. That’s why Beijing – a Chinese government that best comprehends how the delusional psyche can overpower the lost sheep – is presently cracking down on the Lambs of God.
China has seen various Christian-led rebellions to know better now. The Taiping or ‘Big Peace’ rebellion (1850–64) was started in China by a born again Christian, Hong Xiuquan, who believed himself to be the younger brother of Jesus Christ.
Hong’s taiping evangelical movement was hardly peaceful. It was violent and took an estimated 20 million lives over a period of 14 years, according to Encyclopædia Britannica.
Ordinary people in China – again freaked out by creepy Christian missionaries and Chinese Christian converts – gave rise to another upheaval called the Boxer Rebellion (1899–1901).
The uprising saw Boxer rebels “openly attacking Chinese Christians and Western missionaries”, and in Beijing, the Boxers “burned churches and foreign residences and killed suspected Chinese Christians on sight”, according to Encyclopædia Britannica.
Most recently, Hong Kong’s Umbrella Revolution (2014-2015) was led by young activist Joshua Wong – pix above – who is a staunch Christian evangelist. (“Joshua” is a modern variant of the Jesus name, also spelled Yeshua.)
From experience, China knows that moderation is not something to be expected from delusional sheeple.
Tsunami means MCA passed the point of no return
Zam also views the libel suit initiated by Najib against Ling Liong Sik as tarnishing the longstanding relationship between Umno and MCA established since before Merdeka.
As accurately noted by TS Zainuddin, Umno’s current president suing the MCA past president is a watershed event. Nonetheless, as Najib has also correctly pointed out, he (the Umno Prez) has been slapped on the left and right cheek by the Chinese Tsunami 1.0 and 2.0.
And not only Dr Ling but another MCA past president Ong Tee Keat is against Najib as well.
The decision by the Umno boss to sue the MCA ex-boss is indeed groundbreaking. It allows for the hitherto unspoken sentimental barrier to breached, finally.
From now on, the kid gloves are off. It signals that Umno is prepared to deal with the MCA as necessary.
MCA fears “possible race-based attacks by extremists”. MCA Publicity Bureau chairman Senator Chai Kim Sen said in a press statement yesterday that Malaysian Chinese “have a right to safety, stability and security in Malaysia without having to live in fear and anxiety” of such attacks.