Malays united in condemning Namewee

August 24, 2016 at 12:11 pm 16 comments

The Protuns and the Umno people are at loggerheads but they can nonetheless agree on one thing — Namewee is out of line.

Marina Mahathir though can’t understand the harsh public reaction to Oh My God! — the latest music video by the controversial rapper. But then again, Marina is a liberal.

Marina and her ilk cannot understand the mindset of those who are conservative. Malaysia is a country where the different faith populations find it difficult to comprehend each other.

On the opposite side of the religious divide, orthodox believers are unable to understand the permissive behaviour of some of the Chinese Born Again. How it is that the City Harvest cult followers are okay with their pastor Sun Ho – pix below – prancing around scantily clad on stage?

City Harvest leaders- Nothing wrong about discreetly funding Sun Ho 2013-09-20 13-46-29

Sun Ho 2 pix

Sun-Ho-Magazine-shoot

City of Sun Ho

Christians do it but the rest of us do not

Obviously different groups have got different boundaries. For some, like the Dapsters, there are no boundaries to what they’re capable of doing.

Non-Christians furthermore cannot understand how some Christians can take the name of their Lord in vain. You would not find Muslims, Buddhists or adherents of other faiths swearing “Jesus f***ing Christ!”. Only Christians curse in Jesus’ name.

Some Christians (and Marina too) cannot understand why some Muslim groups are so offended by Namewee and his video clip that they lodged a stack of police reports against the singer.

Now add to this sticky situation a political group, Dapsters, that is pathologically promoting hate.

Consequences of the DAP’s actions

“Don’t lose any sleep with this group,” said Najib Razak yesterday about haters — click on Malay Mail article link in Boo Su-Lyn’s tweet above to read.

While we might not want to lose our precious sleep over haters, we should not pretend nonetheless that their incessant promotion of hatred does not have far-reaching consequences.

There is always a reaction to one’s actions, especially if the hateful actions are as pathological as those displayed by DAP supporters.

BELOW: A yellow-shirted protester ‘shitting’ on Najib’s face during the Bersih 4.0 demo

Fart on punching bag

The malice that drives the hate

“Politics of hate” is a succinct label to describe the venom spewed by DAP and their RBA. You might ask, so what are the characteristics of this hatred?

Being anti-Malay and anti-Islam, some critics charge. Still we must not overlook one crucial element that drives the Dapster hate, which is their malice.

Compare.

Projibs are anti-DAP.  However they lack the malice that would prompt them to ‘shit’ in Kit Siang’s face, as demonstrated in the Bersih 4.0 photo above of a man squatting over a punching bag pasted with Najib’s face.

Dapsters are infamous for their torrent of vitriol, so it is no surprise that their physical acts would match their verbal viciousness.

Najib punching bag

One can be anti this or anti that … say, anti global warming or anti culling of stray dogs … but being ‘anti’ does not necessarily come hand in glove with hate.

The DAP’s Politics of Hate, on the other hand, is a visceral movement driven by pure malice.

There is one Ali Baba – i.e. operated by a bitchy Malay male, controlled by his Chinese handlers – blog that is actively defending Cina DAP and now defending Namewee

20k-blogger 76pThis 20k blogger is not anti-Malay. And neither is he anti-Islam. But the said self-hating Malay blogger (rejected by Umno) is very malicious and a champion at whacking here and there.

Norman Fernandez, who is the ex-DAP Johor deputy chairman, for instance believes that he (Norman) is the individual whacked as bontot kuali by the aforementioned malicious Malay blogger.

It smacks of extreme malice indeed to mock a dark-skinned Indian with the taunt that his colour is like the bottom of a wok. These are the kind of people (Malays included) who are promoting the DAP’s cause.

BELOW: Cat reading in bed about the Clash of Civilizations

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Malice taking the form of lies and slander

The Dapsters have been spreading the lie that I’m a man. They further claim I’m a Melayu macai of Umno who is disguising myself under a feminine Chinese name.

They’ve also been spreading the rumour that I’m a Muslim who is always quoting from the Quran. (This is not true. I’ve quoted a single verse 2:120 and it is only repeating what the religious authorities have often warned the Malays to be wary of.)

Unlike Hannah Yeoh, I do not wear tudung. And unlike Hannah Yeoh, I do not Occupy Masjid. Yet the rumour persists that I’m a Muslim convert, so much so that the search on keyword “Helen Ang Abdullah” has become a Google prompt.

Helen Ang Abdullah

No limit to the lies churned out by Dapsters

There are always consequences to the endless lies concocted by haters with impunity and without any care for their victims.

Take for example the rumour they’ve spread that I’m a Muslim. Hence if I’m seen eating during puasa month, those gullibles who don’t know any better might get angry that this supposed mualaf is not sincere in observing hukum Islam.

I’m at risk of being scolded in public because the Dapsters have manufactured all sorts of untrue stories about me.

Tensions are presently at a high because the Dapster-evangelistas have been manipulating religious matters in their bid to score political points. They simply say anything, simply accuse anything but most unfortunately their lies and slander have encroached into the religious domain.

All the deliberate lying has resulted in a fraught environment where suspicion abounds.

File photo: Perkasa once photoshopped a pig snout on Namewee -- they appeqar to think he is a "DAPig"

File photo: Perkasa once photoshopped a pig snout on Namewee’s face — they appeared to think he is a “DAPig”

Religious climate created by DAP’s political Christianity

On a separate note, Namewee has stepped into the sensitivity zone with his Oh My God! rap video.

Malaysia was not so religiously sensitive last time before the evangelical takeover of the DAP and their stunning electoral success in 2008 and 2013 to the extent that an evangelista is now House Speaker.

DAP political operatives have been paying a dangerous game through their irresponsible smear campaigns. In relation to our toxic politics, Namewee unwittingly became a lightning rod for the Muslim backlash.

The current climate is more the DAP than the rapper’s creation but there can be no avoiding the minefield whatever his ‘artistic’ intentions, even if there is no malice on Namewee’s part.

Jangan cabar umat Islam

Consequences from DAP Politics of Hate

Hate politics is the DAP vehicle to take out Umno but the evangelical party forgets that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. For Bersih 4.0, there was the Red Shirt rally.

For DAP’s exploitation of Islam, there is perpaduan ummah because the Malays feel their religion is under siege. PAS and Umno are already united on certain Islam issues.

Even the Protuns are willing to put aside their political differences and come together with the Muslim mainstream to condemn Namewee’s video.

Malays – whatever their political affiliation  – are on the same page in opposing provocateurs like Namewee, Alvin Tan, Superman Hew, Teresa Kok and David Nga Kor Ming.

The DAP’s hate politics is pushing the Malays to close ranks in their reaction. Even the DAP Muslim Malay wannabe is provoking them.

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16 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Setem  |  August 24, 2016 at 3:14 pm

    quote,”The Protuns and the Umno people are at loggerheads..”unquote.

    I think you were being mischief by saying that.

    Some Protuns ARE UMNO members you know, example ME!

    UMNO Protuns are at loggerheads with UMNO President and his dedak eaters, not with UMNO.

    Get that right, please!

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  • 2. Mulan  |  August 24, 2016 at 4:50 pm

    “Marina Mahathir though can’t understand the harsh public reaction to Oh My God! — the latest music video by the controversial rapper. But then again, Marina is a liberal.”

    To answer Surrhead | August 23, 2016 at 3:27 pm

    Where is the insulting part? i find both videos to be catchy……”
    at https://helenang.wordpress.com/2016/08/21/some-non-muslims-support-pas-bill-hadi-tells-critics/

    Here are the instances which I find insulting
    1.52 Person dressed as Jesus is playing pool with a crucifix.
    2.02 Person dressed as Buddhist monk peeping at a person dressed as Jesus at urinals
    Shouldn’t Christians be outraged at the way Jesus is portrayed in the video? Tell Marina to show the video in front her Christian friends and see their reactions.
    I wonder whether Marina has seen the video herself.

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    • 3. Formerly known as FHAAHD  |  August 24, 2016 at 9:58 pm

      I think most Christians are not so small minded to worry about what some musicians choose to do in their video. Religion should be personal, what someone else thinks of your faith should have no baring on your mood. Basically what I am saying is for these butthurt people to just grow up and worry about their own souls. God does not need to be defended, am pretty sure he’s got it all sorted.

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    • 4. Infantile ostentation  |  August 25, 2016 at 8:27 am

      This rojakman what’s his name? wee-wee?

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    • 5. redhot  |  August 25, 2016 at 11:06 am

      Exactly, why aren’t the Christians or Buddhists outraged? Only the Muslims? Please ponder on this ya…

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    • 6. Kung  |  August 25, 2016 at 11:32 am

      Yes, it is quite irreverent for this young boy to soil the good teachings of the Buddhas by playing the outrageous fool. Yet Gautama Buddha once said: “There is none to condemn you for your wrongdoing; you will be condemned by your own evil actions.”
      There is an old story concerning the famous Buddhist mantra Om Mani Padme Hum (The Jewel is in the Lotus). It is a tale about self-conceit and presumptuous behaviour appearing as religious knowledge:

      Once upon a time, a devoted monk, after years of meditating on a particular mantra, felt he had attained enough insight to begin teaching others. This meditator’s humility was far from perfect, but his teachers at the monastery were not too worried. After a few years of successful teaching the monk lost all thoughts about learning from anyone else; but upon hearing about a famous hermit practicing in solitude, the opportunity to compare himself was too exciting for him to ignore.

      The hermit lived alone on an island in the middle of a lake, so the monk hired a boatman to row across to the island. The monk was very respectful of the old hermit. As they shared some herbal tea the meditator asked the old man about his spiritual practice. The old man said he had no spiritual practice, except for a mantra which he repeated all the time to himself: “Om Mani Padme Hum”. This pleased the monk because the hermit was using the same mantra as himself – but when the hermit uttered the mantra, the monk was horrified!

      “What’s wrong?” asked the hermit.

      “I don’t know what to say. I’m afraid you’ve wasted your whole life! You are pronouncing the mantra incorrectly!”

      “Oh, dear! That is terrible. How should I say it?”

      So the meditator monk gave the correct pronunciation, and the old hermit was very grateful, asking to be left alone so he could get started right away. On his way back across the lake the monk, now confirming himself as an accomplished teacher, was pondering the sad fate of the hermit. He thought: “It’s so fortunate that I came along. At least he will have a little time to practice correctly before he dies.” Just at that moment, the monk noticed the boatman looking quite shocked, and turned to see the hermit standing respectfully on the water, next to the boat.
      He spoke, “Excuse me, please. I hate to bother you, but I’ve forgotten the correct pronunciation again. Would you please repeat it for me?”

      “You obviously don’t need it,” stammered the self-conceited monk; but the old man persisted in his polite request until the monk relented and shamefully instructed him again the way he thought the mantra should be spoken.

      The old hermit kept pronouncing the mantra carefully and slowly, over and over again, as he walked across the surface of the water back to the island in the middle of the lake.

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    • 7. Surrhead  |  August 25, 2016 at 5:02 pm

      hahahahaha……..you are a joke, Mulan….you expect Christians and Buddhists to go berserk over videos?? Maybe staunch Christians who believes that God is Great, is surely not gonna worry over a video OR he believes God would teach the videomaker……….Were you expecting a Christian to issue a death threat?? Christianity is all about love and peace….issuing a death threat would be against their dogma.

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  • 8. emend  |  August 24, 2016 at 4:56 pm

    Melayu too free after eating dedak.
    Chia pa bo ta chi cho.
    So cry father cry mother over some shit “insult”.
    Butthurt is becoming a Melayu pastime.

    No wonder national productivity is lower than Myanmar.

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  • 9. Blue  |  August 24, 2016 at 7:38 pm

    United? No way, no chance. Figures like Zairil and Dyana would definitely on Namewee’s side on the ground that religious is a
    a personal matter instead police’s case. The malays in Penang would definitely argue on the same line as long as DAP keeps flooding their pockets with RMs.

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    • 10. HY  |  August 24, 2016 at 11:38 pm

      reading yr comment, it seem malay cant live without dedak, be it from umno under najib or dap, there is only the so called protun could escape, salute and proud of u guys.

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      • 11. RINA  |  August 25, 2016 at 2:00 pm

        HY
        With the appointment of the new Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Chief Commissioner Datuk Dzulkifli Ahmad and since you know all these pemakan dedak so well, please report them direct to MACC for immediate actions.

        I pun nak tau siapa mereka ni semua? Asyik dok parrot ‘pemakan dedak’ aje tapi nama2 tak bagi sini, awat hang takut sebut pasai hang pun turut bersubahat ke?

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        • 12. HY  |  August 25, 2016 at 10:48 pm

          dedak gang tak berani tangkap mahu kacau tu dedak eaters buat apa? what la u, have some passion for the poor la, didn’t u know I am a nep advocate?

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      • 13. Tuan Blue  |  August 25, 2016 at 2:02 pm

        Absolutely. PKR, DAP and Amanah rival UMNO in terms of ‘dedak’. For instance LGE would still be looking for his deputy if not because of ‘dedak’. Meanwhile, Amanah would never take-off if not because of ‘dedak’ from DAP. The list goes on.

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  • 14. AK47  |  August 25, 2016 at 11:05 am

    Ms H. Let Switzerland be an example to us in Malaysia. Switzerland is a Confederation since over 800 years ago. It has 4 tribes, the Germans, the French, the Italians and the Romansch. I have known this country intimately since 1954. I have never known these tribes to make more than a mild snide remark at one another behind their backs unlike the all out aggression we find in Malaysia today. Having said that, as civilised Asians, we should take cognizance of one another’s race and religion. We should not make fun of another person’s precious racial, religious and cultural heritage. Thus, the recognition of our fellow compatriots’ inherent right is paramount in the make-up of our social fabric which we all try so very hard to achieve. Hence, the rightful arbiter of law and order is sometimes forced to prevail. But if each citizen is civilized in the Asian Way, no confrontational conflict would have risen. Yes ! The freedom of speech which is a Western virtue, does not permit us to libel, slander and vulgarise a victim behind the internet mask. It was not meant for this purpose. Only cowards and small-minded persons use this form of denigration of others freely !

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    • 15. Kamal  |  August 27, 2016 at 12:23 pm

      All of the cantons in Switzerland are white, speak languages of the same family (different, but only as different as say Malay and Javanese for example), are despite the varying denominations, Christian. Of course they will get along better!

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  • 16. AK47  |  August 25, 2016 at 7:22 pm

    Ms H, Let history play its part again in this namewee/Malays united controversy. I side with the latter.
    On 13 May 1969, most towns in Malaysia were dominated by the Chinese and Indians. It was through the statesmanship of the Father of Development Tun Abdul Razak that the Malay inhabitants of towns began to increase in numbers. With this grew the wealth of my friend Guy Loo Cheng Ghee the owner of KFC until his early death in 1985. With the unfortunate demise of the great Tun Abdul Razak, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad wittingly or unwittingly singlehandedly created the Malay Middle Class which now prevails over the towns all over the Kingdom. This Malay Middle Class provides the ballast for peace and harmony unlike in 1969 when there was none. It is this Malay Middle Class which will lead this country in future years as it burgeons in numbers. Hopefully, the non-Malay mischief makers see the light of day with its beautiful dawn which is Malaysia – a country which practises our own brand of Free Malaysian Style Democracy in which the Malay Middle Class supports the non-Malay Middle Class by making use of or purchasing the goods and services of the latter. We have become urbanised Gemini Twins whether we like it or not. And in ASEAN, Malaysia stands on par with Indonesia in the practice of Democracy. Think !

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