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How many YBs from DAP are affiliated with City Harvest and other evangelical churches?

MP of Stampin, DAP’s Julian Tan said today, “If they could treat an elected representative this way, what more can they do to other citizens?”

By “they”, YB Tan is referring to the security police of Kuching International Airport.

He is complaining of bad treatment by the uniformed authorities. He is further implying that if Malaysian law enforcers can bully even MPs, then they will surely have no qualms in bullying ordinary citizens.

A video clip of the DAP Parliamentarian berating the airport officers recently went viral in the social media.

Julian Tan is a City Harvest churchgoer. Many of his party colleagues are evangelistas. They are the ones most often instigating the non-Malays and non-Muslims.

Kuching airport

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10 thoughts on “How many YBs from DAP are affiliated with City Harvest and other evangelical churches?

  1. Where can you seek shelter from the tax man and also from the unsaved in Singapore?Das Spielge’s article on money laundering seems to focus on Suntec City. Guess who is a major tenant/shareholder here.

    (Ulang tayang)
    http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/the-singapore-banking-sector-is-a-tax-haven-that-now-faces-reform-a-930998.html
    “The Fountain of Wealth, the world’s largest fountain, is a bronze monstrosity located on the boulevard and surrounded by five gray office buildings, the Suntec Towers. The firm Portcullis Trustnet has its headquarters there. Portcullis builds what amount to virtual catch basins for fountains of wealth, establishes trust companies and moves assets to tax shelters.

    Portcullis Chairman David Chong sharply rejected the indirect accusation by the journalists behind the Offshore Leaks investigation that Portcullis helps tax evaders hide their money. In the spring, Chong declared that Portcullis strictly adheres to laws and regulations against money laundering and tax evasion, and that it doesn’t do business with people who may engage in those activities. He has been silent since then.”

    The major tenant/shareholder is … City Harvest!
    http://www.exhibitionworld.co.uk/2015/11/24/singapore-jails-six-leaders-suntec-major-shareholder-city-harvest-church/
    “Singapore has jailed half a dozen leaders of the influential City Harvest Church, a major (39.2%) shareholder in the city’s flagship Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre.

    The church leaders were convicted of fraud, in a case worth $50m Singapore dollars (US$35m).”

    1. The Panama Papers notwithstanding….

      Does this have anything to do with a report in the Singapore Business Times (http://www.businesstimes.com.sg) today (“Swiss AG extends 1MDB probe to ex-officials of Abu Dhabi state fund – Mutual legal assistance sought from S’pore and Luxembourg; S’pore AG to “render all possible assistance” quickly”)?

      Just asking, you understand? Have to cover all the bases.

      1. Haiya, Kineas, tell us about the abang-adik gaduh la. Why the adik cakap itu the abang mau create dinasty Cina dekat pulau Melayu?

        BTW itu Cina PM still lives dalam Istana kan?

  2. “”He is further implying that if Malaysian law enforcers can bully even MPs, then they will surely have no qualms in bullying ordinary citizens””

    ?????!!!!!

    who is bullying who ? i thought he was the one who was raising his voice and priding himself of being MP, while the officers were calm and patient ; carrying out their duty as required.

    DAP memang pemutar & byk memutar belit.

    let’s change his wordings to make it sound more correct :

    “””if Malaysian MPs can bully even law enforcers, then they will surely have no qualms in bullying ordinary citizens”””

    YES, THIS ONE’S CORRECT !

  3. Biarkan Biarkan Biarkan , biarkan orang berbuat pada kita ,asalkan kita tidak berbuat pada orang . Pesanan orang tua-tua Melayu kapada anak chuchunya.

    1. awat tebing ? kena heat stroke ka ? minum ayaq byk2 musim panas ni. kesihatan kena jaga

  4. Its how they ought to always treat opposition politicians. Why should opposition politicians be entitled to anything more than the same treatment they dish out to others?

    What about the suspicion that most deaths in the country can be attributed to opposition policies? (applying the same standards of evidence they apply to government) And the list goes ever on.

    Kick em when they are down I say. Make it into national sport to kick an opposition politician whenever you see one. Call it Sepak politician

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