Highlights of the PM’s speech – Najib Razak quotes within inverted commas – yesterday addressed to the UN general assembly, below.
[My comments in square brackets]
Prime Minister Najib Razak: “the old ways are proving inadequate to the challenges we face today” [Helen: Why is Umno still employing inadequate old ways when faced with the challenge of Christian evangelism?]
“The shooter was lining people up and asking if they were Christian,” she wrote. “If they said yes, then they were shot in the head. If they said no, or didn’t answer, they were shot in the legs.”
Orangkampung replies to my 10 questions for Umno. I hope that someone in the PMO will take note of the answer to Q.7.
1. Is Umno even the least interested in “spearheading and galvanizing” the Malays to combat DAP (more…)
Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi membangkitkan isu syurga dan neraka terhadap “kumpulan kecil yang hingar bingar” yang didakwanya melakukan kerja-kerja memfitnah.
Berkaitan perkara itu, Zahid berkata kumpulan tersebut, akhirnya akan dihumban ke dalam neraka.
Helen kata: Bagus lah tu. Patut pun. (more…)
Najib Razak, in his speech titled ‘Countering and preventing the spread of violent extremism’ at a UN leaders’ summit (prelude to the UN general assembly debate), spoke two days ago about Malaysia’s determination to counter Muslim terrorists on the international front.
I shall mirror the PM’s speech – full text reproduced at bottom of page – to ask whether Umno is committed to battling Christian militants on our domestic front. (more…)
Below is the feedback by J-Star readers to the Prime Minister’s Sept 29 speech on “countering and preventing the spread of violent extremism”. (more…)
tebing tinggi said: