RM90m “widespread suspicion” against PAS a preemptive strike (attn: Dr Zuhdi)

August 10, 2016 at 12:27 am 33 comments

Clare Rewcastle Brown used Sarawak Report to push her allegation of a “widespread suspicion” that top PAS leaders took RM90 million from Najib Razak.

If she chooses to go down this route, one can similarly talk about the equally widespread suspicion that she took x amount of money from individual y to carry out Operation Z.

(Or to sidetrack a bit, we can give another analogy wrt the widespread suspicion that Anon is Annie talking to himself.)

Liar burning in lake of fire

Remember how they injak-injak the PAS president’s portrait?

So now that the RBA are, most predictably, echoing and amplifying this SR rumour in their inimitable gangnam Dapster gangster style, PAS is crying that it is a victim of slander. That’s one thing.

The more important thing is the ‘why’. What’s the reason for such a smear campaign against PAS at this particular juncture?

I have a theory for the PAS political strategy team to consider, i.e. it is a tactic to hinder muafakat of the parti Islam with the parti Melayu Umno.

In my assessment, the current attack on PAS’s integrity is a ploy to pecahkan ummah so that there will not be any perpaduan in repelling the Yellow Shirts during Bersih 5.0.

They want to preempt PAS from lending support to the Red Shirts who will be responding to the anti-Malay and anti-Islam provocation coming up shortly.

BELOW: Bersih ori was 80% Malay participants, Bersih 4.0 ubah to 80% Chinese

Bersih 2007 2015 ubah

Evangelistas’ WMD: Weapons of Mass Deception

Spreading this rumour about PAS being on the take from Umno is to sow discord and distrust — that much is obvious. However, the psychology of the preemptive strike may not be quite as discernible at first glance.

Here is how it goes.

  • Dapsters attack Malays as “racist” to preempt the majority community from raising legitimate ethnic concerns for fear of being perceived as Nazis.
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  • Evangelistas attack Muslims as “extremist” to preempt the majority community from objecting to anti-Islam bigotry for fear of being perceived as Taliban.
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  • Rumour mongers attack PAS as “bought by Umno” to preempt the party grassroots from joining forces with Umno for fear of being perceived as being paid by Umno.

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Thus this fitnah against PAS is a preemptive strike to make PAS people self conscious and too shy to show support for the Red Shirts (whom are associated with Umno) because if they should turn up for the anti-Bersih rally, they will surely be taunted as pemakan dedak Umno.

neo Zionist wheelchair

ABOVE: Israeli police tipping a disabled Palestinian man from his wheelchair

Surah Al-Baqarah, ayat 120

Previously DAP had threatened to sue PAS’s Dr Zuhdi Marzuki for revealing that the party’s RBA are being trained by Jewish intelligence. Whatever happened with DAP’s empty threat, eh?

How can the DAP black propaganda be so devious and diabolical? Well, in the same vein, we can jolly ask how is it that Israel’s hasbara can manage to convince some people the Palestinians are the aggressors while the Zionists are the victims?

It’s the battle of perception – of inverting black to white though doublespeak (c.f. Orwell’s 1984 and Animal Farm) – and it’s a dirty game which the neo-Zionist DAP are good at playing.

We should not be the least surprised that the DAP’s evangelical Christians have taken to Zionist black ops methodology like a duck takes to water. Since PAS is an Islamic party, the ulama can look to the Quran for what the Holy Book warns about the dajjal and its sneaky deception.

DAP anti Islam

Fitnah is what they do best and all the time

It is only the nature of the beast. PAS knows the DAP’s two-facedness (including its Melayu DAP and the 20k Melayu blogger) and what the parti Islam is up against.

Another thing that PAS must look into is the DAP’s well-organized evangelical network and how this informal wing of the party is bringing out the numbers for Berish. The role played by the church earlier in Bersih 4.0 is indisputable.

The New Hope opposition know that PAS won’t take to the streets alongside them for Bersih 5.0. What they now actively seek to discourage is PAS helping to swell the Red assembly later. Hence their spreading the RM90m fitnah as a deterrence.

Slander is darah daging of the evangelistas. Their hit squads are so adept at fabricating insidious stories that it’s downright scary.

What a pity hudud has got no provision to punish inveterate slanderers by cutting off their lying tongues.

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  • 1. tehtarik  |  August 10, 2016 at 8:08 am

    Rm90 million fitnah?
    Take CRB to court to clear the reputation.
    Inaction or ” considering to take action ” is a sign of admission. Being afraid of spilling the beans of dedak giver and taker.
    Lebai oh lebais…… Ciakap tak serupa bikin ah?
    You are answerable to your god at your akhirat!

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    • 2. RINA  |  August 10, 2016 at 10:17 am

      tehtarik
      Dah basi laaa tactic kamu semua. Kekekeke

      Amboi nuu, Protun baru aje mission success, registered their new party, tak sempat celebrate ada yg dah masuk sepital, hangpa tala PAS pula nuuuuuu?

      Semua hulubalang2 Pakatan entah apanama, RBA, Namewee, Alvin Tan sila bersiap sedia; READY

      ON YOUR MARK
      GET SET……drum rollllll
      GOOOOOOO

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      • 3. Kineas1067  |  August 10, 2016 at 1:36 pm

        Whoops – left out the mandatory reference to “prostitutes”, Kak!

        Perhaps these unfortunate “ladies of the night” are more deserving of sympathy than your other assortment of villains?

        Which is at it should be.

        Don’t you agree?

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        • 4. RINA  |  August 10, 2016 at 8:35 pm

          …prostitutes
          …villian

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          • 5. JohorMaliIV  |  August 11, 2016 at 8:06 am

            One word spelt right!

            Another word spelt wrong!

            An indication of priorities, perhaps?

            Wahahah…….

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      • 6. Kineas1067  |  August 10, 2016 at 2:40 pm

        Didn’t PAS say that it will take legal action against the Sarawak Report?

        At least that was reported in The Star (http://www.thestar.com.my) on 8 August 2016.

        So, was the PAS spokesman who was quoted in The Star report misquoted?

        Or was he speaking on behalf of the PAS leadership? And that the party intends to follow through by launching legal action?

        It could be done in the Malaysian courts or the British courts.

        Maybe, Kak – you should contact this PAS spokesman and offer him the appropriate advice?

        Of the legal kind.

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      • 7. tehtarik  |  August 11, 2016 at 7:34 am

        Dah basi? No one ask you to read lo.

        A kapiaq has better reputation and more respected than the lebais these days.

        Lebais’ especially from Pas hv reputation like tong sampahs nowadays. Always hv something to do with s*x and m*ney.
        Lebais are after chee bais all the while, like sex maniacs!

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        • 8. Helen Ang  |  August 11, 2016 at 8:44 am

          I’m allowing your comment through in toto as I don’t care to intervene by censoring.

          But just wanna say, you got issues dude.

          From what I observed from your pattern of rants, you keep hitting out at Malays an Islam, not to mention keep calling me nasty names.

          If you’re still unable to let go your grievances at this alam Melayu we live in, then you’ll be a Dapster forever. You sendiri yang rugi.

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          • 9. Kineas1067  |  August 11, 2016 at 1:51 pm

            “alam Melayu” doesn’t sync with “globalisation”.

            Guess which agenda foreign investors will buy into?

            I’d hazard a guess it won’t be the former.

            But who needs foreign investors and foreign money?

            They are welcome to go elsewhere to more welcoming and less pernickety destinations.

            It’s good for Malaysia and good for these other destinations.

            Win-win all around.

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            • 10. Helen Ang  |  August 11, 2016 at 2:02 pm

              re: “alam Melayu doesn’t sync with globalisation”

              Globalisation or not, unless tehtarik is residing in Singapore, I don’t see how he can get away from the Melayu environment except maybe in some hardcore Jerusubang enclave.

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              • 11. Kineas1067  |  August 11, 2016 at 3:32 pm

                Exactly right.

                But the question remains. What is the selling point of the “Melayu environment” against the environments offered by other countries in the region?

                Malaysia has to pay it’s way and earn it’s keep in the dog-eat-dog world of globalisation. It’s not as if there’s a Santa Clays out there handing out freebies!

                Rhetoric about “alam Melayu” is ok for bloggers and suchlike who are not concerned about competitiveness, creating jobs, upping the skills quotient of the resident population, moving the economy up the value curve etc etc.

                So back up your narrative with hard facts about investments, jobs, skill levels and economic restructuring.

                These are all mantras that the government has been preaching, especially overseas (“Malaysia is open for business”).

                Unless it’s all rote delivery and lip service…..

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                • 12. Helen Ang  |  August 11, 2016 at 4:16 pm

                  re: “What is the selling point of the ‘Melayu environment’ against the environments offered by other countries in the region?”

                  The point is our environment is Melayu. If you prefer to rate highly Singapore’s Chinese environment as conducive for drawing business, I’ve no issues.

                  But to continuously berate the local environment, especially if you’re a minority race, is merely self-destructive. Do you hear the minority ethnics in Thailand or Indonesia badmouthing every salient aspect of their country like the Firsters do?

                  https://helenang.wordpress.com/2016/08/11/how-malaysian-firsters-really-feel-about-the-idiot-racist-people/

                  re: “Malaysia has to pay its way and earn its keep in the dog-eat-dog world of globalisation.”

                  And that’s precisely the attitude of the Cina DAP. That our environment (in their mind) must always be dog-eat-dog or it’s a jungle out there/killed or be killed.

                  When the widow of the late Kuala Kangsar MP contested her deceased husband’s seat in the twin by-elections, the Dapsters reminded her that “politics is dirty” and that if she can’t stand the heat, don’t stay in the kitchen.

                  They were displaying the DAP’s dog-eat-dog attitude. One does not have to descend to gutter politics like what they conducted against MCA’s Chew Mei Fun in the Kajang by-election. Everyone has the option of keeping the campaign civil and minus the character assassination and smears.

                  Increasing numbers of people are becoming revolted by the Cina DAP’s eat dog (literally) ethos.

                  re: “It’s not as if there’s a Santa Clays out there handing out freebies!”

                  There’s BN giving out BR1M. Dapsters take the money but they still hiss and show their fangs.

                  re: “Rhetoric about ‘alam Melayu’ is ok for bloggers”

                  Alam Melayu is not rhetoric. It is the reality. Empty rhetoric is the Malaysian First/bangsa Anak Malaysia hot air.

                  re: “and suchlike who are not concerned about competitiveness, creating jobs, upping the skills quotient of the resident population, moving the economy up the value curve etc etc.”

                  Etc etc still requires a stable social climate.

                  re: “So back up your narrative with hard facts about investments, jobs, skill levels and economic restructuring.”

                  DAP has been in power – at state level – for more than eight years already and drawing very lucrative income for its YBs (e.g. Selangor Speaker’s salary almost matching the PM’s). What have Penang and Selangor to show for investments, jobs, skill levels and economic restructuring?

                  re: “These are all mantras that the government has been preaching, especially overseas (‘Malaysia is open for business’). Unless it’s all rote delivery and lip service.”

                  Miti, Wisma Putra and other govt depts/agencies try to do their jobs. It is only the opposition that politicks 24/7 and perpetually fans hatred as a means to regime change.

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                  • 13. Kineas1067  |  August 11, 2016 at 8:14 pm

                    I’d turn the question back to you – besides Penang & Selangor, what have the other states achieved in terms of “investments, jobs, skill levels and economic restructuring”? In Johor? Perak? Pahang? Terengganu? Sabah? Sarawak?

                    Miti etc are trying to do their jobs. Which is what they are paid (out of public funds) to do.

                    Is the “environment” part of their sales pitch when they trawl overseas for FDI?

                    Or are they selling infrastructure, incentives, tax policies, an educated workforce and a multiracial & multicultural population mix?

                    As for the narrative on Singapore, the competitiveness rankings, credit ratings & FDI statistics say it all. And foreign investors buy into it.

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                    • 14. Helen Ang  |  August 11, 2016 at 8:47 pm

                      re” “I’d turn the question back to you – besides Penang & Selangor, what have the other states achieved…”

                      You should answer the question first, or hadn’t the performance of Selangor’s RM1 economic advisor (Anwar Ibrahim before he went to jail) been inspiring.

                      The two Pakatan states are the most developed. Its people (along with KL-ites) have the highest income in the country. They have an industrial base, a mini Silicon Valley (in Pg) and self-proclaimed the most “brilliant” minds among our national leadership.

                      re: “in terms of ‘investments, jobs, skill levels and economic restructuring’? In Johor? Perak? Pahang? Terengganu? Sabah? Sarawak?”

                      You question is more relevant to Selangor and Penang, so why don’t you tell us. Selangor has the biggest urban population. Pahang, Terengganu, Sabah & Sawara are still in part rural.

                      re: “Is the ‘environment’ part of their sales pitch when they trawl overseas for FDI?”

                      Would investors want to park their capital in socially unstable countries?

                      re: “Or are they selling infrastructure, incentives, tax policies, an educated workforce and a multiracial & multicultural population mix?”

                      Are you claiming that investors would not come if Malaysia is mono-racial? I don’t see them being shy to go to Vietnam.

                      re: “As for the narrative on Singapore, the competitiveness rankings, credit ratings & FDI statistics say it all. And foreign investors buy into it.”

                      You really should take Islam1st’s advice and ubah your passport.

                    • 15. Kineas1067  |  August 12, 2016 at 3:02 pm

                      Islam1st? As I posted before….pfft.

                      And my passport is just fine, tqvm. Even the embedded chip seems to be working ok….

                      Vietnam’s attraction, for foreign investors, is primarily based on a young and low-cost workforce. And being part of the wider AEC.

                      Name one high-tech advanced manufacturing or services investment that Vietnam has attracted to it’s shores.

                      As compared with, say, Singapore, or even Malaysia.

                      By the same token, why do foreign investors pump large investments into China & India? Because of very large domestic markets, a rapidly expanding middle class, availability of high-tech skills and specific incentives. And, in China’s case, being the second largest economy in the world.

                      Not because they are majority monoracial or selling the “Indian environment” or the “China environment” as an attraction.

                      Can you cite evidence to the contrary in their investment promotion literature?

                    • 16. Helen Ang  |  August 12, 2016 at 3:58 pm

                      re: “Not because they are majority monoracial or selling the ‘Indian environment’ or the ‘China environment’ as an attraction.”

                      By the same token, the outside world can’t care less whether Malaysia is monoracial or multiracial.

                      Kalau kita sebuah negara berbilang kaum, bukannya mereka rugi apa.

                      Kalau kita sebuah negara terdiri satu kaum sahaja, pun bukannya mereka untung apa.

                      Like yourself say, what they’re looking at are incentives, tax relief, workforce/skill sets, labour policy, wages, infrastructure, etc

                      With the exception of China (for reason of language ease), it makes no difference to the rest of the world whether there is a thriving Chinese minority here or not in Malaysia.

                • 17. RINA  |  August 11, 2016 at 6:27 pm

                  Kineas 1067
                  …What is the selling point of the “Melayu environment” against the environments offered by other countries in the region?…

                  “China Chinese environments” pun makayah toknek kamu tak suka, inikan pula “Melayu environment”.

                  Yang pelik sangat, then why the hell are you still here? Go globalise and compete yourself elsewhere la.

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                  • 18. Kineas1067  |  August 11, 2016 at 8:02 pm

                    Don’t get your knickers in a twist, Kak.

                    If you are afraid of competition, just say so upfront. There is no need to hide behind the camouflage of a smokescreen.

                    “Go globalise…. ” – been there, done that.

                    Have you?

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    • 19. RINA  |  August 10, 2016 at 10:21 am

      tehtarik

      Parrot limited vocabulary;
      fitnah
      clear the reputation
      Inaction
      sign of admission
      dedak
      Lebais (ni baru)
      your god at your akhirat

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      • 20. tehtarik  |  August 11, 2016 at 7:44 am

        Yes, limited vocab, coz i attented ” sekolah kebangsaan “.
        All the female teachers pregnant 2 times a year.
        All the male teachers talking cock at the smoking zone and pray 10 times a day.

        What to do, parents’ money got robbed by the bugis to pay some lebais, cant afford to go to tuition class.

        Hahaha…… Hence the limited vocab lo….

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    • 21. Melayu Malaysia  |  August 10, 2016 at 10:59 am

      “Take CRB to court to clear the reputation”

      Not necessary. Let her conscience torture and kill her slowly…. Why waste money on people bent on destroying you.

      Sooner or later the truth will come and by then people like CRB will not know where to put her face…..

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      • 22. Kineas1067  |  August 10, 2016 at 1:33 pm

        What is the “truth”?

        And whose “version” of the “truth” will be deemed “acceptable” by the digital cognoscenti?

        Leavened by the pangs of conscience, presumably?

        Seems to me that you don’t put much trust in the law and in the courts. Why is that, I wonder?

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  • 23. Mulan  |  August 10, 2016 at 9:14 am

    What is Hudud towards the Hockiens? Has Hudud anything to do with Hockien life?
    http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/08/10/hokkien-groups-petition-to-protest-pas-hudud-hokkein-associations-aim-for-a-million-signatures-again/

    “PUTRAJAYA: The Federation of Hokkien Associations of Malaysia is confident of collecting one million signatures from Malaysians who oppose PAS’ attempts to impose its version of hudud in the country.

    Its president Tan Sri Khoo Chai Kaa said the federation’s campaign against PAS’ hudud which was launched in June, has collected 400,000 signatures so far.

    “Our member associations all over the country have been working hard to garner support for the campaign. Our target is to get one million signatures from individuals,” he said.”

    Well Mahathir’s party is up and running. The Chinese well can get associate membership. Isn’t associate membership better than no membership?

    My take. The Malays are divided between UMNO, PAS, Amanah, Pribumi… yes. I believe PAS will take greater ground with a weak UMNO.

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    • 24. Melayu Malaysia  |  August 10, 2016 at 12:32 pm

      Collecting signatures is a new era hobby. Nothing else to do laa, MCA dead… Its President not wanted in Bentong. At least no Hari Raya invites for him…….and now busy finding new constituency.

      New Malay majority area? Forget it….terlajak perahu boleh berundur, terlajak kata habis binasa….

      Simple advice : Do not interfere when it has nothing to do with you or with religion unless….en masse masuk Islam…

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  • 25. Mulan  |  August 10, 2016 at 9:17 am

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  • 26. Surrhead  |  August 10, 2016 at 12:09 pm

    PAS just needs to sue SR….any day, not wait for a tuesday…

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    • 27. RINA  |  August 10, 2016 at 8:38 pm

      …sue

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  • 28. BADASS RACIST  |  August 10, 2016 at 1:40 pm

    Why don’t the orang kaya UMNO give the malays some money? They keep everything to themselves right?

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  • 29. Abdullah  |  August 10, 2016 at 3:33 pm

    Secebis nasihat kepada orang Melayu yang berimpian menjadi pemimpin masyarakat:

    Syair : ‘Permata Melayu yg Hilang’

    Bendahara Tun Perak, fikirnya dalam,
    Pada semuanya, sering berkalam,
    Raja Melayu, zilullah fil ‘alam ,
    Taatkan raja, tuntutan Islam.

    Bendahara Tun Perak, terus berdalil
    (bijaksana dan berkemampuan),
    Pembesar Melayu, haraplah khalil
    (bersaudara dengan rakyat bisa),
    Raja Melayu, mestilah adil,
    Janganlah rakyat, dipandang kerdil.

    Bawah perintahnya, jajahan meluas,
    Agama dan adat, dijadikan teras,
    Dicurah bakti, sampailah puas,
    (sifat perwiraan berkorban diri)
    Melaka merempuh, zaman emas.

    Bendahara Tun Perak, sudah terbilang,
    Budi jasanya, tetap ditatang,
    Walaupun sudah, lama menghilang,
    Bangsa Melayu, masih mengenang.
    (Inilah yang disebut Ketuanan Melayu)

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    • 30. Keris  |  August 11, 2016 at 11:39 pm

      re: “Agama dan adat, dijadikan teras,
      Dicurah bakti, sampailah puas,
      (sifat perwiraan berkorban diri)

      According to Sufism, “perwiraan” or “chivalry” (Futuwwah) is a state of mind-heart animated by selflessness, kindness, and altruism. This behavior is modeled after the Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. and also after the Friends and Lovers of Allah (Wali Allah) r.a.. Spiritual chivalry is “adab in action” (propriety in thinking and deeds) which uplifts human acts into a devotional consciousness (taqwa) of Almighty Lord All-Merciful. Such a consciousness imbues the heart with true happiness in loving God and serving humanity as one’s own concern.

      “Behold, for the Friends of God, no fear shall come upon them nor shall they grieve.” (Quran, Yunus: v 62)

      “A Friend of God must have affection like the Sun. When the sun rises, it is beneficial to all irrespective of whether they are Muslim, Christian, or Hindu.
      A Friend of God must be generous like a river. Everyone gets water from the river to quench their thirst. It does not discriminate against the bad and favor only the good; it does not differentiate between relatives or strangers.
      A Friend of God must display hospitality like of the earth. We are raised and cradled in its lap, and yet it is always under our feet.”

      – Khwaja Mu’inuddin Chishti, 12th century Sufi master from India.

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  • 31. onsleuth  |  August 10, 2016 at 7:47 pm

    This ahso lor, perasan kuat. Think everything happen because of her. http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/bahasa/2016/08/10/speaker-wanita-perak-bn-tiru-ph-kata-hannah-yeoh/

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  • 32. tehtarik  |  August 11, 2016 at 8:43 am

    Actually the 90 million is DONATION from a Bugis.
    No question shld be asked !!!

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  • 33. hirmanelearning  |  August 11, 2016 at 10:13 pm

    “Previously DAP had threatened to sue PAS’s Dr Zuhdi Marzuki for revealing that the party’s RBA are being trained by Jewish intelligence. Whatever happened with DAP’s empty threat, eh?

    How can the DAP black propaganda be so devious and diabolical? Well, in the same vein, we can jolly ask how is it that Israel’s hasbara can manage to convince some people the Palestinians are
    the aggressors while the Zionists are the victims?

    It’s the battle of perception – of inverting black to white though doublespeak (c.f. Orwell’s 1984 and Animal Farm) – and it’s a dirty game which the neo-Zionist DAP are
    good at playing.

    We should not be the least surprised that the DAP’s evangelical Christians have taken to Zionist
    black ops methodology like a duck takes to water. Since PAS is an Islamic party, the ulama can look
    to the Quran for what the Holy Book warns about the dajjal and its sneaky deception”

    = = = = = = = = = = = = =

    The global war on terror, being the biggest slander on Muslims are indeed global, manifesting itself in all continents and countries, with local parties and media alligned to the perpetrator. Hence
    it is no surprise if we see it in Asean and Malaysian politics as well.

    Further info…….

    One of the few strange things about ISIS — they never harm nor even speak of Israel.

    http://tapnewswire.com/2016/04/top-10-indications-that-isis-is-a-usisraeli-creation/

    and

    http://www.tomatobubble.com/id933.html

    The strange case of the same guy documenting 2 terror attacks, conveniently there before both attacks, in NICE, FRANCE and in MUNICH, GERMANY (incidents 2 weeks apart):

    http://www.bollyn.com/#article_15668

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