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PAS and MCCBCHST doing the tango

PAS, who now have full control of the Religious Affairs portfolio in cabinet, intend to press ahead with tightening laws that restrict the spread of any religion other than Islam to Muslims.

At this development, the Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism and Taoism immediately get ants in their pants.

DAP are also feeling the sensation of fire ants crawling up their pants leg at the news — see statement above today by DAP exco Ramasamy (also Penang DCM ll).

Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism and Taoism have never shown any interest in proselytising to the Malays.

You don’t see Buddhist, Hindu, Sikh or Taoist women haunting the pasar Ramadan during bulan puasa in their cosplay tudung.

You don’t see Buddhist, Hindu, Sikh or Taoist men milling around inside the mosques.

If nobody’s trying to convert the Malays out of Islam, why so worried?

Isn’t it good to shine light on any illegal (in Malaysia) activity of evangelising to Muslims?

The Nons should thank PAS for airing the room on this dark matter.


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One thought on “PAS and MCCBCHST doing the tango

  1. With beautiful hindsight, see what the DAP missed by being uppity when in Power between May 2018 – March 2020 ? The DAP leaders were so inexperienced and drunk with that elusive Power in June 2018 that they were exclusive and refused to listen to common sense and logic of Realpolitik in Malaysia. Now the DAP has no grounds or reason to complain or oppose anything due to the fact the DAP was in Power and achieved nothing which they could list on a piece of paper May 2018 – March 2020 ! They were alleged to ease the anxiety of Singapore by pushing for the Cabinet approval of the LKY inspired CPTPP (without the US mart) aka as the TPPA, the Malaysia SME Killer. Vide. Dato Seri Azmin Ali October 2020. Dewan Rakyat. Is the DAP serious about whom they are supposed to represent ? With so much ammo, I do not understand why the MCA is quiet and not be a hero of small Malaysian business interests, the SMEs ?

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