Steven Sim is a creepy evangelist — see pictures below.
The DAP Penang MP had publicized, under the hashtag #Bangsa, his motorbike donation a fortnight ago to one Food Panda rider.
By the way, it doesn’t look like Steven is following Covid social distancing protocol, does it?
After that, Steven threatened to sue Dr Kamarul Zaman Yusoff for questioning the motive of his Christian charity.
Yesterday Steven called a press conference to “show” reporters for a second time the shy Malay recipient of his charitable acts (see below).
The first time the skinny Kelantan lad was introduced to the media was previously during the motorbike handover.
Christians ordinarily meek and mild
But DAP and its followers have been in ‘fighting’ mode to show their support for Steven.
Among Steven’s staunchest advocates are born again Christian Lim Guan Eng and born again Christian Hannah Yeoh.
You could say that Hannah is the pioneer of the DAP Christian charity trademark.
Where Steven is a relative newbie, Hannah is the veteran of more than a decade at this sort of publicity in the social media.
Below is a picture of Hannah from 2012 – wearing her signature tudung – giving away school bags at Surau An-Nur Shahiroh.
Ramadan bulan untuk Kristian buat sedekah?
Kristian DAP are highly active in their charitable endeavours during bulan puasa — distributing buah kurma in pasar Ramadan, contributing food parcels and what not.
Like Hannah and their fellow party elected reps – for instance Christian MP Ong Kian Ming – Steven also publicized his tumpang iftar.
He tweeted a photo featuring “adik Mohamad” and captioned it “I love (red heart emoji) my Malaysian family” — see below.
Hannah and Kian Ming have churned out a lot of publicity about their ‘puasa’ efforts, with the latter throwing in Arabic expressions e.g. “Insya Allah” for added spice.
These DAP evangelists are shoving their I-share-your-hunger-pangs Bro down people’s throat. To the point that some critical observers are gagging from such a display of Christian virtue.
The then newly minted DAP parliamentarian Kian Ming told The Star in August 2013 – see article ‘Netizens share fasting experience’ – that he found it hard to explain to non-Muslims the reason for his doing so.
“Some of my friends had asked me whether I had converted to Islam,” Kian Ming said.
But they never do convert to Islam. Not a single one of these DAP evangelists has been granted hidayah. Not. One.
DAP Yang Berhormats are so aggressive!
Guan Eng was certainly confrontational in his denunciation of Harakah over the PAS paper’s recent coverage of Steven Sim.
The DAP sec-gen most ironically accused PAS of insisting on “racial and religious electoral apartheid” when it is actually the Chinese who are 95 percent DAP voters.
The word ‘apartheid’ means apartness, i.e. racial segregation.
DAP’s 95 percent solid bloc of Chinese supporters are so far distant (apart) from the non-DAP electorate that they’re unable to comprehend why non Christians remain suspicious of Steven.
They and Guan Eng chose instead to accuse the Harakah article of “pouring scorn” on Christians who help Muslims.
Think about it though. All this Christian brotherliness should make everybody feel good, right?
Yet the DAP evangelists always preaching love and charity are now banging tables; Steven “tepuk meja” at his press conference yesterday evening.
Hannah Yeoh too couldn’t restrain her potty mouth, calling Steven’s detractor(s) “troublemaker” and something about possessing a “stinking character” — see her tweet below.
Is the behaviour of Guan Eng, Hannah and Steven contributing positive vibes to Ramadan?