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The Pakatun target audience of Life of Annie gutter blog.
The Star (@staronline) December 22, 2016
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?]
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…)
The ambassador of China’s visit to Chinatown KL the other day would certainly have gotten the silent nod from Beijing. Such a sensitive move could not have been done without being given official green light.
In a follow-up development, China defended the action of His Excellency Huang Huikang – see ‘ “China does not interfere in other countries’ politics”: Foreign Ministry defends ambassador to Malaysia after “racism” comments ‘ (South China Morning Post, 28 Sept 2015).
Just as Ambassador Huang receives the tacit approval of China’s Foreign Ministry, so too the state government of Zhejiang has the tacit approval of Beijing in its crackdown on evangelists (more…)
Thank you so very much, Your Excellency.
After the years of rabid harassment and attempted ethnic cleansing by the DAP to deny us of our roots, cultural heritage and blood ties to our motherland, at last the envoy from China has anointed us as bona fide Chinese.
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The Butcher of Betelham and his excuses, excuses, excuses
Adolph Lim knows that the church is the best way to halalkan the killing of dogs. No Buddhist, Taoist or Hindu temple will endorse and halalkan his actions because of the fear of karma.
They are cheerleading the China ambassador.
Plus, look at some of the things they’ve been saying in the comments section of international publications. Below are reader comments to the Sept 24 story ‘Playing with fire‘ in The Economist. (more…)