PAS’s battle gear signals it is gearing up for battle
FMT News (@fmtoday) June 05, 2016
The future favours PAS.
By 2020 – which is only four years down the road – Muslims will comprise two-thirds (est. 66.2%) of Malaysia’s population.
In the next generation (year 2050), close to three-quarters of the Malaysian population will be Muslim, the Pew Research Center has projected.
Buddhists in our country will eventually decline in absolute numbers. Malaysia had five million Buddhists in 2010. There will however be only 4.87 million Malaysian Buddhists in 2050 — see table above.
Christians on the other hand are increasing. From 2.67 million Christians in 2010, Malaysia will have 4.23 million Christians in 2050. In another five decades, Christians will either equal or overtake the total number of Buddhists here.
Previously when Malaysian Chinese were largely Buddhists, MCA (the BN Chinese component) managed to persuade Umno to keep hudud at bay.
Presently when the most aggressive and sneaky segment of Malaysian Chinese are born-again Christians, DAP (the evangelical opposition party) is freaking out the Umno Malays after successfully demolishing the BN Chinese parties.
Malaysia moving up the green zone
Malays are orthodox Muslims and younger Malays are even more conservative in their practice of Islam currently than the parents.
Malaysia is inexorably inching up the global Muslim country/Islamic state ladder. We were a rare multi-ethnic Muslim country and closest in religious make-up to the multi-religious Lebanon — see table above.
In the near future, we’re going to closely resemble the typical Muslim country of the world where their populations are more than 90 percent Muslim.
Will Najib do it? Tun thinks yes
Tun Mahathir believes that Umno will back Hadi’s bill paving the way for hudud as the parti Melayu needs the support of the parti Islam at this moment, Malaysiakini reported recently on Friday.
In the past, long-time rivals Umno and PAS would not have cooperated on a drastic political manoeuvre. Today we see PAS donning the pendekar Melayu costume complete with keris tucked into the waist.
Malaysia News (@Malaysia_Latest) June 03, 2016
PAS was established in 1951. For 65 long years the PAS president never had any need to brandish an oversized keris, albeit a replica or its leaders dress in Malay warrior apparel.
It took the DAP to push PAS into putting its assabiyah doctrine on the backburner. DAP’s creepy Christians really freaked out PAS.
Clash of civilizations following the global trend
My opinion survey above was conducted in the second week of April 2014.
Three quarters of the poll respondents agreed for Umno to support hudud. If a majority of the Malay public do not object to hudud, what is to hold Umno back?
In his address at the recent muktamar, PAS Youth chief Nik Abduh said DAP is “an arrogant party” but the Chinese possess no self-awareness of the fact.
Similarly, DAP is vicious, malicious and dajjal but its delusional followers prefer to also remain in denial about how negatively the rest of Malaysia views them.
Even the Dayaks in Sarawak were freaked out by DAP despite the brief duration of contact.
Yet the Chinese prefer to rant that Malays are “racists” and “haters”, and Muslims are “extremists” and “religious bigots” when the reality is that DAP Christians are acting like conquistadors and bringing their anti-Islam crusade into our political arena.
Beijing and the governments of the China provinces have taken harsh action against their own Chinese evangelistas. Are Dapsters going to accuse the Chinese authorities of “racism” too?
When PAS chooses to make its point with a display of keris, then the evangelistas should take a pause. But of course they’re not.
If PAS studies the outcome of the Taiping and Boxer rebellions in China, then PAS will realise that history is definitely on their side.
The evangelical Christians have traditionally so freaked out their brethren in China — to the extent that the Chinese masses taught the missionary zealots a lesson in the only language they’re able to understand.