Political Christianity – the police is watching
Yee Siew Meng co-authored Reformasi — The Struggle Continues (1998-2015), a pictorial about Anwar Ibrahim. It is a political book by Yee – pix below – who is PKR vice division chief for Kelana Jaya.
At the same time, Yee is a pastor at City Discipleship Presbyterian Church, Subang Jaya. He is an example of the new breed Jerusubang evangelical preacher cum politician.
Yee Siew Meng made an accusation against “political monsters” and their hand “in every other race eruptions in Malaysia”, writing in Malaysiakini on 14 July 2015 vis-a-vis the Low Yat mini riot.
“As it was in May 13 and so it is in every other race eruptions in Malaysia we see the hand of these political monsters who wish to see a divided Malaysia along the same lines as their political coalition.”
This is the kind of rhetoric coming from the preacher-politicians of Jerusubang.
Yee is Hannah Yeoh’s BFF.
Police aware of threat posed by the evangelical movement
Bukit Aman Special Branch Deputy Commissioner of Police Awaludin Jadid is giving a talk tomorrow on the threat of the Christianization movement to national security.
His talk titled ‘Ancaman Gerakan Kristianisasi Terhadap Keselamatan Negara’ will be delivered at a seminar hosted in KAED auditorium, UIA’s Gombak campus.
We must not forget that pastors and church workers were among the troublemakers detained under Ops Lalang in 1987.
BELOW: Tweet from Yee Siew Meng vowing that the rakyat will strike Najib Razak with vengeance if God doesn’t first
Like their rival counterparts engaged in political Islam, these Jerusubangites are heavily engaged in political Christianity. They’re very aggressive political animals.
Police are also aware to what extent the churches promoted as well as participated in the Bersih rallies. The Christian clergy are hardly apolitical nor non-partisan as they’d like to portray themselves to be.
They’re in fact feral chameleons disguising themselves as the lambs of God, meek and mild (not!)
BELOW: The Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur Julian Leow in a Bersih 4.0 T-shirt