Umno Youth exco insulted Taoist prayer custom

July 13, 2016 at 12:19 am 33 comments

Umno Youth exco Armand Azha (pix below) rudely throwing prayer paraphernalia for the departed that are used in Taoist funeral rites.

armandazha HELL NOTES

David Nga Kor Ming is an evangelista.

The evangelical Christians do not observe traditional customs to do with Chinese spiritual beliefs. These Chinese converts to Christianity do not even hold joss sticks.

Umno Youth is angry with the DAP evangelista Perak warlord but instead go and insult a separate and entirely different faith community. So clueless.Umno devolution

Armand’s level of development is the Neanderthal numbskull caveman (on the right) in the cartoon above.

He wants DAP to die – the symbolism of the ‘afterlife’ faux bank notes sendoff – but he’s really only all bark, no bite and zero strategy.

What a chimp. Umno Youth desperately needs a new and intelligent leadership. Khairy should step down.

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  • 1. FOR FREEDOM!!!  |  July 13, 2016 at 1:50 am

    It is Najib’s fault for turning them so stupid

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  July 13, 2016 at 1:58 am

      Umno Youth is KJ’s watch.

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      • 3. ahmadalikarim  |  July 13, 2016 at 12:43 pm

        Dear Aunty Helen,
        re: “Khairy should step down”
        Agreed. KJ does not understand what a Ketua Pemuda must do for his party. Remember the post I wrote about him launching Dr. Denison’s book? I prefer people like Uncle Asyraf Wajdi than people like KJ as Ketua Pemuda UMNO. Lots of Evangelistas hate Uncle Asyraf but do not mind KJ.

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  • 4. Mazlan  |  July 13, 2016 at 9:16 am

    …dah mati pun makan dedak…palsu pulak tu…

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  • 5. Orang Perlis  |  July 13, 2016 at 9:50 am

    it has been said that these fellas acted on their own accord without permission from the top.

    So KJ can easily say ” I know nothing about this”.

    Same way as Najib have said when signing off 1MDB documents “I know nothing about this”.

    :P

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  • 6. Al Watan  |  July 13, 2016 at 10:13 am

    Kebodohan yang terlampau, tidak mengenal lawan dan tidak pandai mencari sekutu, Kalau asyik makan dedak dan kurang makan sayur dan ikan diet jadi tak seimbang lalu merencatkan perkembangan otak. Jika mereka menganggap kelakuan nga itu serius maka ini juga serius.
    Penganut Toaist patut bersuara, sudah sekian lama mereka bersabar dan diam. Dap evangelista melakukan angkara tetapi mereka yang diserang. Mereka perlu menerangkan keadaan sebenar, siapa cina di negara ini, apa anutan mereka dan kelompok-kelompok clan yang ada. Sambil menunggu, orang lain, melayu terutamanya perlu cuba memahami keadaan ini kerana untuk kumpulan cina anti DAP bersuara rasanya hampir mustahil terjadi, cina amat takut dengan DAP, umpama masyarakat cina takut kepada komunis bintang tiga masa zaman sebelum merdeka..

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    • 7. trump  |  July 14, 2016 at 4:17 pm

      poodah, sepatutnya cina cina lah yang patut bersuara dan tunjukkan kepada orang Melayu semua yang korang semua bukannya cina cina babi DAPjjal.

      Bila DAPjjal hina Melayu, semua Melayu kene, bila DAPjjal ckp bumiputra Sarawak bodoh, bumiputra Malayapun terasa juga.

      TAk nak tau kenapa bumiputra Sarawak tak nak cina cina Babi DAPjjal dan sekutunya ? Ingatan dibunuh dan disembelih komunis cina cina babi DAPjjal masih segar di ingatan kami semua….. mana mau lari dengan dosa dosa besar korang tu ? Korang semua betul betul bersediake nak tengok statistik statistik yang masih belum dikeluarkan untuk menghancurkan kamu semua (politically ?).

      Aku taula tak semua cina mcm cina babi DApjjal tapi kalau semua nak orang melayu settlekan ikut cara yang terhormat, anda semua dipersilakan keluar dari arus politik Malaysia, biarkan kaum Bumiputra membuat pilihan sendiri.

      Biar kami yang hukum BN. .. biar kami yang hukum PAS, PKR,PAN. Kalau fikirkan balik, itu saja cara terbaik membersihkan malaysia dari perompak perompak Bumiputra(yang dilindungi oleh Cina Cina DAPjjal dan bukan DAPjjal)

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  • 8. Melayu Malaysia  |  July 13, 2016 at 10:21 am

    When KP shake legs and employing pro-DAP as his Press Sec.

    Agreed, KJ should go, MUST go.

    Time for change and put someone worthy of being a KP….not the glamour and publicity seeking but good for nothing

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    • 9. Orang Perlis  |  July 13, 2016 at 12:03 pm

      oh i agree he should go, but he should take his boss with him as well ;).

      as a matter of fact, his boss’s cousin pun patut pergi.

      sudah2 lah dgn politik dinasti.

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      • 10. March Hare  |  July 13, 2016 at 3:12 pm

        The sunnah the better

        LOL

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  • 11. Surrhead  |  July 13, 2016 at 11:21 am

    Wow….did you expect smart fellas to be in umno??

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  • 12. Formerly known as FHAAHD  |  July 13, 2016 at 11:24 am

    It comes down to a bunch of silly human beings and their big egos. You insulted my faith bla bla bla. Who cares? Just grow up and stfu.

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  • 13. dato adbdul rahman b mohd noor  |  July 13, 2016 at 11:26 am

    that is what happens when we unwittingly contribute towards d feeling of hatred that can go horribly wrong.

    I know this phenomena 2 well. I was d eye witness 2 d may ’69 tragedy. d DAP; gerakan ;n d socialist party started fanning racial sentiments prior 2 d gen election. they won n unexpected, racists amongst them organized a victory celebration n started taunting d malays . we know what happened next.

    in retaliation, a supposedly planned peaceful rally turned into mob rule. those innocent Chinese who happened 2 use d Jln Raja Laut n other malay areas became victims. malays that happened 2 b in d town centre were slaughtrered mercilessly. from a political rivalry, it deteriorated into n ugly racial conflict.

    God forbid, hopefully I will never hv 2 go thru it all over again.

    since then I hv bcome a pacifist.

    will it happen again? I don’t honestly know. but wth ‘provocateurs’ using religion 2 pit opposing sides which also happens r b identified wth race,d trend is already showing.

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  • 14. RINA  |  July 13, 2016 at 11:53 am

    Cik Helen
    Kawasan saya 98% Apek Dapster pekat – mulut celopar, sembur BOLOH tanpa segan silu tak renti kat kaum Melayu dan India esp gomen.. Cara2 percakapan dan muka2 sebiji macam Hannah Yeoh.

    Apek2 sini hanya dua keluarga saja, satu Catholic dan satu lagi Buddhist. Mungkin pasai fasih BM/BI (kot budi pekerti terpelihara, budaya) ayaq muka dan cara pergaulan mereka berbeza amat sangat dari keluarga2 Apek Dapsters lain.

    Kawasan saya bila musim perayaan Hantu, hari2 bertimbun2 kertas warna depa anak beranak kalut lipat (origami) sambil nunggu kat counter cashier. Pacak bendera berwarna warni (tulisan Cina) sepanjangan jalan lepaih tu jamu makan..sekoq babi panggang.. in full view of passers-by.

    Jadi kawasan saya Apek2 DAPster boke dikatakan majoriti besar bukan dari golongan penganut evangelista. Geng2 Sekinchan (gambaq in another post) pun klo tengok muka2 rasa saya pun bukan dari golongan penganut evangelista?

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  • 15. Ph  |  July 13, 2016 at 12:11 pm

    Ini pemuda Umno sokong bawa rebah

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  • 16. mohd  |  July 13, 2016 at 1:10 pm

    Setuju ngan Admin. Umno semakin bangang.

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  • 17. IT.Scheiss  |  July 13, 2016 at 4:28 pm

    That is why it is very dangerous to emphasise religion in commentaries in an atmosphere of what largely is ethnic-oriented identity politics in which religion is associated with one’s ethnicity.

    The reaction can hit innocent parties, and one should be careful not wittingly or unwittingly contribute to fanning such flames.

    For example, one of the reasons the majority of UK voters voted for Brexit was their opposition to mass migration into the UK from Eastern Europe and their fear of a mass influx of refugees but the experience of ugly incidents post Brexit show that non-white UK citizens, including Indians and Pakistanis who were born there, have experienced verbal racist abuse or even physical violence against them, and if such developments are left unchecked, they could even be directed at anyone who does not look Western European.

    Likewise, such people like these “Red Shirt” do not or cannot distinguish between some politically-oriented evangelists who have been provocative on religious and racial matters on the one hand, and on the other, Taoism which has very much been non-political.

    It is also interesting to note that there were hardly any evangelical Christians in Malaysia when 13th May 1969 happened. That was mostly an inter-ethnic conflict pure and simple.

    Therefore you should be careful emphasising the “evangelista” aspect, even though David Nga of DAP indeed is an evangelical Christian who issued an inappropriate Hari Raya greeting, containing elements of Christianity in a greeting to Muslims for a most important Muslim festival.

    Wittingly or unwittingly, this Nga chappie is doing somewhat like that Alvin Tan guy who with his partner Vivian Lee did that “Bak Kut Teh buka puasa” stunt which got Muslims very upset, except that Nga’s action is much more subtle.

    And anyone know what Alvin Tan’s religion is or was, or whether he even has or had one?

    Hmmm! Perhaps it’s “Sexism”, “Pervertism”, “Mindless Punkism” or “Arty-Farty Anarchism” if those qualify as as religions.

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    • 18. Helen Ang  |  July 13, 2016 at 5:26 pm

      re: “Therefore you should be careful emphasising the ‘evangelista’ aspect”

      It is not fair to the innocents (adherents of Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism, Sikhism and even mainline Christians themselves) if the evangelism of David Nga is purposely de-emphasized. let the blame fall where it should.

      Nga deliberately used Dr James Dobson’s poster. That’s clearly uber evangelical.

      Followers of the other faiths don’t provoke gratuitously. The CNY videos of Tony Pua and Teresa Kok made fun of Chinese beliefs too under the guise of festive greetings just like Nga did. They’re dajjal at work.

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      • 19. IT.Scheiss  |  July 14, 2016 at 3:35 am

        Then bang David Nga, Tony Pua and Teresa Kok for their insensitivity to Muslims and traditional Chinese.

        If what they do creates resentment, there is no way you, I or anyone can control the direction the reaction takes.

        On the one hand, the DAP wants to win over Malay voters because they know fully well that they cannot win the federal government based on Chinese votes alone, then on the other, key members like Nga shoot the DAP in the foot by alienating Malay/Muslim voters by their actions.

        I’m not Chinese but I take care not to send out Chinese New Year cards left over from previous years, since the astrological new year being celebrated will be wrong and some recipients may feel offended, whilst others may at best regard me as being ignorant.

        If the likes of Nga do not have the common sense to avoid sending out inappropriate greetings or deliberately sends out inappropriate greetings, then he is a lousy politician and a liability to the DAP.

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  • 20. Orang Perlis  |  July 13, 2016 at 5:07 pm

    well what do you know Helen….Ismail Sabri just endorsed UMNO youth red shirst that its ok to be stupid :P

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  • 21. Kung  |  July 13, 2016 at 6:37 pm

    Ms. Helen, in the current situation of Malaysian governance, this naive young man’s behavior by cosmic decree is most suitably descriptive. His ghost money antics seems to be very angry at the greed and folly of one political party, but I think even the apek and pakcik in the pasar can easily imagine it applies to both Chinese and Malay parties similarly.
    I also feel this Armand and Kor Ming sama sama will be difficult to understand stanza 81 of Tao The Ching:

    True words are not (always)beautiful
    Beautiful words are not(necessary) true
    Those who are good do not debate(dispute)
    Those who debate are not (certainly)good
    Those who know(cosmic reality) are not (necessary)broad of knowledge
    Those who are broad of knowledge do not (necessary) know

    Sages do not accumulate
    The more they assist others, the more they possess
    The more they give to others, the more they gain

    The Tao of heaven
    Benefits and does not harm
    The Tao of sages
    Assists and does not contend

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    • 22. Chris  |  July 14, 2016 at 2:42 pm

      Uncle, they easily slide from “prosperity” Taoism into “prosperity” Christianity … and absolutely pass up on Lao Tzu’s wisdom. For them “cash is king”! These troubled days, I’m concerned for my Muslim pals.

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  • 23. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  July 13, 2016 at 10:04 pm

    Helen,

    I am not sure why you have a problem with Armand Azha using “hell banknotes” as a political prop.

    Even you, yourself, use the evangelical Christians as a convenient whipping boy for political gain.

    There are many Muslims in Malaysia who have no problems insulting other religions, e.g. the cow’s head incident, the curry powder incident, etc.

    There is a very good chance that the recent smashing and theft of religious statutes in Penang are related to religious zealots.

    Many Muslims feel that because Islam is the official religion of Malaysia, other religions do not matter.

    In fact, as the Mufti of Pahang would say, they are all kafir harbi, and we know what that means *nudge*nudge*wink*wink* say no more*

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    • 24. Helen Ang  |  July 13, 2016 at 10:34 pm

      re: “I am not sure why you have a problem with Armand Azha using ‘hell banknotes’ as a political prop.”

      He is behaving like a chimp. And burning the notes is a solemn religious ritual. Members of my family do it.

      re: “Even you, yourself, use the evangelical Christians as a convenient whipping boy for political gain.”

      Armand is an Umno Youth exco. He’s a politician. What political gain can I have? The truth of the matter is that the evangelistas freak out Chinese people.

      Beijing is cracking down on them, and in Zhejiang province, hundreds of churches and thousands of rooftop crosses have been removed by the state authorities over the past couple of years alone.

      At the turn of the previous century in China, the Chinese killed Christian converts on the spot in the streets and burned down churches. This was the Boxer Rebellion.

      Going back in history, the Tokugawa shogunate wiped out the entire Christian community in Nagasaki. The Japanese rulers ensured that Christianity did not spread. Otherwise Japan could have become like the Philippines.

      re: “There are many Muslims in Malaysia who have no problems insulting other religions, e.g. the cow’s head incident, the curry powder incident, etc.”

      That was very wrong and mean. Find me a Malay reader of my blog who supported the cow head aggression. I doubt.

      re: “There is a very good chance that the recent smashing and theft of religious statutes in Penang are related to religious zealots.”

      I was told by Hindraf sources that the land on which the temple is cited had been sold, i.e. ownership changed hands. ‘Someone’ wants the temple evicted so that the land can be cleared and developed.

      re: “Many Muslims feel that because Islam is the official religion of Malaysia”

      It is the Religion of the Federation.

      re: “other religions do not matter”

      We get all the religious public holidays.

      re: “In fact, as the Mufti of Pahang would say, they are all kafir harbi, and we know what that means *nudge*nudge*wink*wink* say no more*”

      DAP is dajjal. So why should you be surprised that the mufti considers DAP kafir harbi? Lots of other people agree that DAP is kafir harbi. His view is popularly received.

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      • 25. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  July 14, 2016 at 12:20 am

        Helen,

        re : “What political gain can I have?”

        My apologies.

        I meant for whatever gains/joy you may get out of bashing evangelical Christians.

        re : “Beijing is cracking down on them, and in Zhejiang province”

        I don’t really know but I think the Zhejiang crackdown is because those places were not authorised.

        I am sure Beijing will do the same demolition job on unauthorised Muslim places of worship.

        BTW, I am surprised you did not mention Beijing’s edict forbiding Xinjiang Muslims from fasting during Ramadan recently.

        http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/ramadan-2016-china-bans-civil-servants-and-students-from-fasting-in-mainly-muslim-region-a7068481.html

        re : “Find me a Malay reader of my blog who supported the cow head aggression”

        Who knows what your Malay readers will say publicly and privately.

        re : “We get all the religious public holidays”

        Hurray, we have holidays!!

        Now, how about some good old-fashion respect for each other’s religion, eh?

        Oopps, I forgot, Islam is the official religion of Malaysia and all other religions don’t matter.

        In Malaysia, anybody can insult any religion you like as long as you don’t insult Islam, OK?

        re : “His view is popularly received.”

        The Mufti of Pahang is a moron and I am not surprised other morons find his views palatable.

        Given your understanding of Islam, you do know that killing a kafir harbi is completely halal, don’t you?

        In Malaysia, you will not find any leader from another religion making public statements which sanctions the killing of another person.

        Can you imagine what the reaction will be if a Christian leader started quoting from the Bible justifying the killing of non-Christians? Or a Taoist leader or a Hindu leader doing the same?

        Of cos, if one is an Islamic leader, such stupid statements are completely acceptable and even defended because Islam is the official religion of Malaysia and morons like the Mufti of Pahang are allowed to make Islam look stupid, primitive and barbaric.

        Incidentally, I am curious if you will let this comment thru because I noticed you did not let thru a previous comment on the same subject about the Mufti of Pahang. :)

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        • 26. Helen Ang  |  July 14, 2016 at 12:51 am

          re: “I meant for whatever gains/joy you may get out of bashing evangelical Christians.”

          Why does Buffy slay vampires? For kicks?

          re: “I think the Zhejiang crackdown is because those places were not authorised.”

          It’s because they pose an existential threat to China.

          re: “I am sure Beijing will do the same demolition job on unauthorised Muslim places of worship.

          Takde khabar pun.

          re: “BTW, I am surprised you did not mention Beijing’s edict forbiding Xinjiang Muslims from fasting during Ramadan recently.”

          Beijing is an equal opportunity suppressor. It suppresses evangelistas, Xinjiang Muslims and Tibetan Buddhists. And Falun Gong.

          re: “Now, how about some good old-fashion respect for each other’s religion, eh?”

          Start with David Nga Kor Ming.

          re: “Oopps, I forgot, Islam is the official religion of Malaysia”

          It is more correct and accurate to say Islam is the Religion of the Federation, as per the federal constitution’s phrasing.

          re: “and all other religions don’t matter”

          Hard to credit your statement what with all the loud noises that the evangelistas have been making.

          re: “In Malaysia, anybody can insult any religion you like as long as you don’t insult Islam, OK?”

          Why do you want to go around insulting religions? What the authorities really should do is nail the crooks, like Singapore did with her City Harvest Church corrupt pastors.

          re: “The Mufti of Pahang is a moron and I am not surprised other morons find his views palatable.”

          If you think Malaysia is full of morons, then I suppose you’ve already torn up your Malaysian passport.

          re: “Given your understanding of Islam, you do know that killing a kafir harbi is completely halal, don’t you?”

          Why does the DAP deliberately blow up this matter? Ooops, pun unintended. The evangelistas put words in the mufti’s mouth.

          re: “In Malaysia, you will not find any leader from another religion making public statements which sanctions the killing of another person.”

          The DAP evangelistas who are lay preachers sanction the character assassination of BN leaders.

          re: “Can you imagine what the reaction will be if a Christian leader started quoting from the Bible justifying the killing of non-Christians?”

          The Mufti of Pahang did NOT justify the killing of non-Muslims. It is a blood libel that is being perpetrated against him. Which goes to show what dajjals the DAP are.

          re: “Of cos, if one is an Islamic leader, such stupid statements are completely acceptable and even defended because Islam is the official religion of Malaysia and morons like the Mufti of Pahang are allowed to make Islam look stupid, primitive and barbaric.”

          He did not make any stupid statements. DAP is the one being hypocritical and hostile.

          re: “Incidentally, I am curious if you will let this comment thru because I noticed you did not let thru a previous comment on the same subject about the Mufti of Pahang.”

          It was not nice of you to attempt creating a cause that might lead to my arrest.

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          • 27. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  July 14, 2016 at 7:19 pm

            Helen,

            re : “Beijing is an equal opportunity suppressor.”

            Let’s be fair. Only the unauthorised ones.

            re : “Start with David Nga Kor Ming.”

            That is a weak excuse for not doing anything.

            re : “Why do you want to go around insulting religions?”

            You tell me.

            All I do is read your articles denigrating evangelical Christians.

            re : “If you think Malaysia is full of morons, then I suppose you’ve already torn up your Malaysian passport. ..”

            I find my Malaysian passport very useful and I use it regularly.

            If ever the plane I am in is hijacked by Islamists, I think I will be safe because I know when to use the right Arabic phrases and I have a Malaysian passport. I just need to learn a couple of verses from the Quran and I should be able to keep my head :)

            re : “The Mufti of Pahang did NOT justify the killing of non-Muslims.”

            Of course he didn’t.

            In the same way, of course he did not come out again to say that he stands by his kafir harbi statements.

            OK.

            re : “He did not make any stupid statements.”

            Of course, he didn’t.

            They always say that, don’t they?

            He was misquoted, it was political mischievousness on the part of others, etc etc.

            It is always someone else’s fault.

            re : “It was not nice of you to attempt creating a cause that might lead to my arrest.”

            Helen, you will not be arrested no matter what you say.

            You belong to that elite group of journalists which has the luxury of saying they like about the “enemy”.

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            • 28. Helen Ang  |  July 14, 2016 at 7:41 pm

              re: “Let’s be fair. Only the unauthorised ones.”

              Beijing is afraid that there are already more Christians in China than there are card-carrying Communist Party members.

              re : “Start with David Nga Kor Ming.” / “That is a weak excuse for not doing anything.”

              Doing something should start with the DAP evangelistas and the Dapster family.

              re : “Why do you want to go around insulting religions?”/”You tell me. All I do is read your articles denigrating evangelical Christians.”

              RELIGIONS = Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, etc

              ADHERENTS = Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, etc

              CULTISTS = evangelistas, Pastor Kong Hee’s coterie, Ayah Pin commune, etc

              See the difference? The DAP evangelistas do not represent ‘religion’ even though the exploit political Christianity as their vehicle.

              re: “I just need to learn a couple of verses from the Quran and I should be able to keep my head :) ”

              They will check to see if you’re circumcised.

              re: “In the same way, of course he did not come out again to say that he stands by his kafir harbi statements.”

              He did not retract.

              re: “You belong to that elite group of journalists which has the luxury of saying they like about the ‘enemy’.”

              I’m hardly elitist. I advocated for Hindraf. They represent the poor and marginalized.

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        • 29. Lousy.Engineer  |  July 14, 2016 at 11:47 pm

          I don’t really know but I think the Zhejiang crackdown is because those places were not authorized.

          China is cracking down on the Christians, especially certain indigenous Christian cults (i.e. Church of Almighty God aka Eastern Lighting), because those churches often sow social disorders and sometimes morph into a political movement, which Communist Party of China sees as threat to their leadership.

          Hurray, we have holidays!!

          You’re taking things for granted. In omputeh countries like Australia and UK where they boast to the world that they accept people of all creeds and being a multi-cultural society, yet they’re not able to declare religious/ cultural related holidays to everyone like Muslims or Buddhists. There’s no Chinese Lunar New Year, Eid al-Fitr or Diwali holidays over there. Over here, we’re getting 2 public holidays for CNY, 1 day for Wesak, 1 for Deepavali, another 1 for Christmas, and we’re still praising how good Australia is.

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  • 30. Jamie  |  July 17, 2016 at 6:05 pm

    throw peanuts get monkey.
    Sad to say, UMNO is still full of dumb, knee-jerk people who can easily be provoked like this, and DAP knows it, and uses it to their full advantage.
    They’re throwing the peanuts and the monkeys open their mouths wide.

    there has to be a way to push for greater awareness on how DAP works. I really do not want a religious-racial conflict in the future – because as history showed- it’s the innocent ones who gets sacrificed, while the big players watch from afar and reap the results.

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