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Lim Kit Siang, Lim Guan Eng, Ketua Pemuda Umno and the absence of christian apologists

Lim Kit Siang and his ilk (including his son, Lim Guan Eng) will never fail us in delivering spiteful and racist festive messages promoting hate among the people of Malaysia.

Lim Guan Eng in his infamous Wesak Day speech some time ago was even more acrimonious and vindictive. He seditiously tried to agitate the buddhists and the christians against the malays and muslims.

Malicious people are incorrigible. Malaysia is truly unfortunate to have this father-son combo who preach fairness/equality and peace but in reality, a hypocritical duo of antagonists who will not hesitate to use religion, racism and dictatorial tactics just to attain and retain power.

Compared to the Prime Minister’s Christmas message which are inclusive and even reconciliatory, Lim Kit Siang’s holiday message seemed to be a call to religious war of sorts.  Will Lim Kit Siang see the faint light at the end of the tunnel and change for the better in the twilight of his years? Don’t hold your breath.

The Ketua Pemuda Umno too wrote a Christmas message in his facebook account. Although he claimed that it is not a standard christmas greeting by politicians, it is in fact a standard festive greeting usually written by malay apologists in web columns such as The Malaysian Insider.

He wrote:

This is not going to be a standard Christmas message. I thought this year, let’s not have someone draft the same generic message that politicians get their office to churn out year in, year out.

I went to a Catholic primary school in Japan. Unlike most convent schools in Malaysia, my school was run by Canadian Catholic priests. Many of my teachers were priests. Brother Raymond, a tall, curly-haired Québécois was once such teacher who left an impression on me about hard work and fair play.

Everyday we would begin school with prayer. For non-Christians like me we just bowed our head in silence out of respect while Christian students prayed. Sometimes I would recite the Al Fatihah quietly to myself. Sometimes I would just daydream.

There was a crucifix in every classroom. Brother Raymond wore a big cross around his neck on a chain on top of his black clerical shirt. Many of my friends went for their Holy Communion and had their pictures taken for the yearbook.

We all sang in a choir. When it came to Christmas, non-Christians also sang the non-religious songs. I think some even sang the religious songs but just kept quiet during certain lines!

I went to my friends’ houses for Christmas. I was given presents. My parents were well prepared so I brought presents with me also to give to my hosts.

None of this affected my own faith. My parents instilled in me a strong foundation in Islam. I led congregational prayers among my peers when I was small. I took part in Quran recitals organised by the embassy. Nothing I experienced at my Catholic school could undermine or shake my faith.

The point of my brief recollection is this: have faith in your own faith. If your belief is strong, no one can make you lose your religion.

And if you are sure of your own convictions, you will respect others even more. You won’t view them as a threat, as people secretly working to proselytise you. You might even learn from them as I did from Brother Raymond.

To everyone celebrating, have a happy Christmas.

What a touching christmas greeting. It is more of chastising the malay muslims here in Malaysia, rather than a direct message for the Christians here. Hence, due to his capacity as Ketua Pemuda Umno, he feels that it is his right to straighten his fellow muslims and therefore, a tacit apology for non-muslims for the behaviour of his fellow muslim brothers and sisters. In this regard since it is the Christmas period, the implied apology is for the christians.

It is certainly not wrong to ask for forgiveness and extend the olive branch. Thank you Ketua Pemuda for apologising on our behalf. A liberal will always be an apologist for his race.

Hopefully during Hari Raya Aidilfitri there will be christian politicians who will write in their Facebook like below. We have took the liberty to copy the Ketua Pemuda’s message and interchange certain keywords to fit the Hari Raya message appropriately:

This is not going to be a standard Hari Raya message. I thought this year, let’s not have someone draft the same generic message that politicians get their office to churn out year in, year out.

I went to a national primary school in Johor. Unlike most national schools in Malaysia, my school was run predominantly by malay muslims. Our headmaster was a strict ustaz. Many of my teachers were religious malay muslims. Cikgu Rizal, a tall, curly-haired malay was once such teacher who left an impression on me about hard work and fair play.

Everyday we would begin school with prayer. For non-Muslims like me we just bowed our head in silence out of respect while muslim students prayed. Sometimes I would recite some psalms quietly to myself. Sometimes I would just daydream.

There was an Allah inscription in every classroom. Cikgu Rizal wore a songkok and carries a small Yassin book whenever he goes. Many of my friends went for their Khatam Quran in the afternoon religious class and had their pictures taken for the yearbook.

We all sang in a choir. When it came to Hari Raya, non-Muslims also sang the non-religious songs. I think some even sang the religious songs but just kept quiet during certain lines!

I went to my friends’ houses for Hari Raya. I was given duit raya too and eat their Raya food.

None of this affected my own faith. My parents instilled in me a strong foundation in Christianity. I attend mass on Sundays with my peers when I was small. I took part in catholic choirs organised by the local church. Nothing I experienced at my primary school could undermine or shake my faith.

The point of my brief recollection is this: have faith in your own faith. If your belief is strong, no one can make you lose your religion.

And if you are sure of your own convictions, you will respect others even more. You won’t view them as a threat, as people secretly working to undermine your religion. You might even learn from them as I did from Cikgu Rizal.

To everyone celebrating, Selamat Hari Raya Aidifitri.

Will Hannah Yeoh write something similar? Will Lim Guan Eng pose this kind of messages?

For certain, only the malays are more tolerant and reconciliatory. Spiteful and racist politicians especially from DAP do not apologise for who they are.

30 thoughts on “Lim Kit Siang, Lim Guan Eng, Ketua Pemuda Umno and the absence of christian apologists

  1. “It is more of chastising the malay muslims here in Malaysia, rather than a direct message for the Christians here. Hence, due to his capacity as Ketua Pemuda Umno, he feels that it is his right to straighten his fellow muslims and therefore, a tacit apology for non-muslims for the behaviour of his fellow muslim brothers and sisters. In this regard since it is the Christmas period, the implied apology is for the christians.

    It is certainly not wrong to ask for forgiveness and extend the olive branch. Thank you Ketua Pemuda for apologising on our behalf. A liberal will always be an apologist for his race.”

    LOL, what an absolute piece-of-shit analysis.

    Chip on your shoulder much?

    Incredibly contrived twisting to find a spin not really worth spinning?

    Lazy automatic usage of the “Liberal” tag, almost – but not quite – like you know what the word actually means?

    Yeah. All of the above.

    Thanks very much for the laugh, though. Ha ha : )

    Happy new year.

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    • dunno why its call piece of shit analysis. IMHO it is good write up exposing LKS’s racist style and also revealed KJ’s message is a truistic manner – I mean, he is definitely calling all malay muslims to take a chill pill. Kinda apologetic too if you read his last couple of paragraphs. KJ always said he is liberal. Maybe he also dunno what liberal means.

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    • An d what does the word “liberal” mean, pray tell. Are you not being childish, laughing at people’s perception of the word without saying what, to you, the word means?

      And what kind of a New Year wish is that, made after trying to offend people? Are you the Lim Kit Siang and Lim Guan Eng kind?

      And what kind of cintamalaysia is that, offensive to other Malaysians at Xmas and before the new year?

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  2. Kit Siang sama Guan Eng memang sama keparat. Dia yang racist, anti Melayu, kita Melayu jugak yang kena mintak maaf, kena sabar, kena rela di maki hamun.

    jangan harapla hannah yeoh ke, teresa kok ke nak tulis ucapan hari raya macam tu. Cina nanti tak undi depa la nanti. Sebab cina kan racist. Bangsa dia je hebat, mana boleh mintak maaf kat bangsa lain.

    Bagus lah tu Melayu. Artikel ni patut kena terjemah dalam bahasa melayu.

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    • Kita tak perlu minta ma’af bila tak bersalah, kita tuntut yang rasis anti-Melayu dan anti-Islam dan yang menyebabkan pergaduhan kaum 13 Mei 1969 itu minta ma’af.

      Untuk membantu kita sabar, cuba fahamkan asal usul mereka itu saperti yang tertulis direncana c&p berikut:

      Here is what Professor C.P. Fitzgerald says in his book, “A Short Cultural History of China” (600+ pages) – he lived in China for 5 years to research and gather material for that book:

      The phrase “origin of the Chinese people” is in itself misleading.

      1. Chinese culture took root in the plains of Manchuria, a foreign country until after World War II

      2. The northern provinces have always to some degree been mixed with “peoples from the Mongolian steppes”

      3. The southern and central provinces of China were, before the northerners moved southwards, “covered” by non-Chinese, the Miao, small in size and who the Chinese were contemptuous of.

      4. The south was occupied by “aboriginal tribes which once occupied the whole of south China”. The ancestors of most of the migrants to Malaya/ sia came from the south. The Professor said, “A large proportion of the population of the south calling itself ‘Chinese’ is in fact descended from one or other of the aboriginal races” – page 6. “The southern people were then treated (by the northerners) as barbarous” – pg 32. Even in modern times, in Yunnan and Kueichou, tribesmen number half the population.

      The southerners comprise the following major groups:

      a. Fukienese (Hokkien), “a separate stock, mixed with immigrants from the north and the Yangtze Valley” and speaking “a peculiar dialect”.

      b. Cantonese, also speak a somewhat alien language, a form of old Chinese – the south was colonized by the northerners, colonization completed in the 7th Century – some 800 years after China was formed as a political entity by Chin Shih Huang Di.

      c. Hakkas, of Kuantung province, known as “guest families” – they speak a peculiar dialect, despised by the Cantonese and do not inter marry. These people were said to have come from the north, running away from frequent Mongol invasions that culminated in the conquest of China by Genghis Khan in the 13th Century.

      Another Professor, Albert Kolb, also pointed out in his book, “East Asia”, 1971,

      “Chinese culture cannot be thought of as originally Chinese because the Chinese themselves emerged gradually as a blend of many races and peoples”. (Pg 26).

      Remember, the Professor said, “A large proportion of the population of the south (where your ancestors came from) calling itself ‘Chinese’ is in fact descended from one or other of the aboriginal races.” So, if any of you are referred to as descendants of the Miao (who are aborigines and non-Chinese), or other aborigines of south China, don’t blame me, I’m just a messenger of the news. You can’t also blame Professor Fitzgerald any more because he died some years ago.

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      • Jadi, bangsa dia pun tak le hebat, tak macam DOLTEK kata. Padan le disana sini aku baca ada yang ngaku dia orang Han Chinese. Apa kah itu tulin Cina, tarak sikit pun campur Miao, aboroginies and hill tribes dalam 2,000 tahun yang lalu?

        Lantak le depa campur tak campur, asal jangan nak mengungkit Kedudukan Istimewa Melayu, kangjar kat agama Islam.

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    • Berikut ini lagi satu rencana c&p yang menunjukkan latar belakang mereka yang rasis, anti-Melayu, anti-Islam dan yang menyebabkan pergaduhan kaum 13 Mei 1969.

      Dengan kita mengtahuinya, boleh membantu kita bersabar, teruskan membelasah mereka secara lisan dan meminta mereka minta ma’af diatas pendirian tak reti berterima kasih dan bertindak buruk berbagai cara itu.

      Chinese Tsunami & Those Descended from Southern China

      Practically all Chinese in Malaysia are descended from southern China. Many are law-abiding and Constitution-respecting. But a sizable number does not respect the Constitution and have been anti-Establishment all along. This is perhaps traceable to the fact that their ancestors in southern China have always been anti-Establishment, resentful of those other than their own kind.

      They themselves were descended from “aboriginal tribes which once occupied the whole of south China” – Professor C.P Fitzgerald, History of China, pg 6. And those from the north who ran away from incessant Mongol incursions at the border with Mongolia, like the Hakkas.

      The southerners resented being ruled by foreigners for stretches of up to hundreds of years. The Mongols under Genghis Khan conquered and ruled China for 80 years in the 13th Century. The Manchurians conquered China and Manchu Emperors ruled it from the 17th until the 20th Century. Hong Kong was ruled by the British and was returned to China only in 1990.

      The Manchu invasion of China was helped by the treachery of one Chinese General. During the rebellion against the Ming Dynasty Emperor, a Chinese General, Li Tzu-cheng, had captured Peking and proclaimed himself Emperor in 1644. But Li took the concubine of another rebel General, Wu San-kuei, into his harem. Because of the girl, the embittered Wu refused to recognize the new Emperor Li, opened the gates of the Great Wall at Shan Hai Kuan and let the Manchu Army in, conquered it and the Manchus started ruling China – Professor C.P Fitzgerald, History of China, pg 542-3.

      In this context, watch out the guy with a Rainbow in Penang who has been glorifying Sun Yat Sen of China (officiated the opening of a building named Sun Yat Sen) and trying to get other Chinese in this country to look to China. And note that the British first entered Perak due to the treachery of the Kapitan Cina in Larut who, together with 44 gangsters, signed a petition for the British in Penang to assist them recover tin mines lost to rival gangs that have been fighting endlessly under the Ghee Hin and the Hai San banners, and those led to the British sending troops under Capt Speedy etc, ending in the Pangkor Treaty of 1874 and the bloody British ruling Malaya as colonizers. How treacherous those Chinese were.

      Here‘s Professor Fitzgerald’s account of the Manchus’ attitude towards the Chinese (he stayed in China for 5 years to study the language and dig the records in the Chinese archives):

      “The north was loyal, and was trusted – up to a point. The south, embittered and rebellious, was … mistrusted, and oppressed … the ever hostile south. “ – pg 545.

      Disloyalty, rebellions, treachery, then foreign wars and more rebellions (Chinese secret societies, thugs and gangsters originated from south China), suffering and misery in the 19th Century, many absconded China and found their way to the shores of Semenanjung Tanah Melayu.

      Those who don’t respect and refuse to live by the Constitution of this country carry a hangover of the mental attitude of the southern Chinese. They need to be brought into mainstream Malaysiana, but those who persistently refuse to respect and live by the Constitution, including the sensitive Articles, need to be told to migrate elsewhere, like has been said even by well-known personalities in this country. Especially to the tsunami Chinese led by the DAP.

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      • Hahaha, “watch out the guy with a Rainbow in Penang who has been glorifying Sun Yat Sen of China”. Nyindir nampaknya tu.

        Nasib le dia bukan General, kalo tak mampuih kita, dijualnya negara – kpd ultra kiasu China, kot.

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  3. NASIB MELAYU.

    KIT SIANG BELASAH MELAYU DALAM MESSAGE CHRISTMAS.

    KHAIRY SOUND MELAYU SUPAYA HORMAT AGAMA LAIN DALAM MESSAGE CHRISTMAS DIA.

    MELAYU NI DAH JADI MACAM PARIA. PEMUDA UMNO BUKANNYA TAU NAK SOUND KIT SIANG. DAH MACAM PONDAN DAH SI KHAIRY NI.

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    • Tak setuju anda kata kita ni dah jadi macam pariah. Kita ada maruah,ada jati diri, dan mesti belasah mereka balik disini sana. Tit for tat, kata Inggeris. Termasuk belasah Khairy bila dia sound tak betul. Jangan diamkan, kalau diamkan, melanda landa lah mereka the Lims dan sesiapa lagi yang cuba naik kepala kita.

      Bagi menaikkan semangat kita, baca lah buku buku berkenaan asal usul kita Melayu yang telah dibuktikan berasal diGugusan Pulau Pulau Melayu (The Malay Archipelago) ini sejak lebih 6,000 tahun dahulu – bukan berasal dari Yunan atau Taiwan. Hypothesis lama yang mula keluar ditahun 1930an dahulu telah tidak dipakai lagi apabila berpuluh puluh kajian, penyelidekan dan galian arkeoloji mula dibuat dengan pesat sejak tahun 1960an oleh pakar pakar bahasa (linguists), pakar pakar kaji maanusia (anthropologists), pakar pakar bahan purba (archaeologists), pakar pakar DNA, termasuk pakar pakar tempatan. Sekarang pun ada berbagai galian arkaeloji dibuat di beberapa tempat diSemenanjung (saperti diLenggong Valley, Perak), diSabah dan Sarawak.

      Kita perlu mendapat semangat yang kuat daripada hal bahawa Melayu ini berjumlah 350 juta kesemuanya dalam apa yang dipanggil Keluarga Besar Melayu atau Rumpun Melayu, dan ada puak puak Melayu didapati menjelajah sejak ribuan atau bnyak ratusan tahun yang lalu dan diam hingga sekarang diMadagascar, kepuluan diutara Australia, diNew Zealand, IndoChina (termasuk Melayu Khmer di Cambodia-Vietnam), Taiwan dan kepulauan Pacific hingga keHawaii. Ya, orang-orang asal diHawaii itu ada lah Rumpun Melayu juga.

      Baca lah buku buku penerbitan Persatuan Sejarah Melayu (yang telah ditubuh dizaman kolonial British lagi)

      1 Tamadun Alam Melayu
      2. The Malay Civilization

      boleh dibeli diWisma Sejarah, depan IJN, Jalan Tun A Razak, Kuala Lumpur.

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      • Pembetulan:

        Bukan Persatuan Sejarak Melayu, tapi Persatuan Sejarah Malaysia.

        Ahli ahlinya sekarang termasuk bijak pandai dan akademia saperti Professor Emeritus Dato Mohd Taib Othman (Pengajian Melayu), Professor Emeritus Tan Sri Khoo Kay Kim (Sejarah), Professor Zainal Abidin Wahid (Sejarah), Professor Nik Arifin Shuhaimi (Archaeology), dll.

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  4. KJ is a good Muslim. His faith is intact inspite of his childhood and growing up years mingling with non-Muslims. He HAS attended “parties” (and is still attending them I think) and yet he remains a faithful Muslim. But faith and conscience are perhaps two different things, like oil and water.

    As a good Muslim, he should reflect on how he obtained his wealth. He should perhaps reflect on his collaboration with Riong Kali when his FIL was the prime minister.

    The past really catches up with you if you proclaim to have faith but without the conscience to go with it. It is what one would call faked faith, which is GOOD for politics.

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    • Pardon me, Sir, but how come you said he is a good Muslim yet in the next paragraph implied he obtained his wealth not the Muslim way? Doesn’t Islam forbid corruption?

      Sorry, as far as I’m concerned, it’s a huge mistake for Khairy to be elected as Ketua Pemuda UMNO, then ignored by Najib, but given a Ministerial post just before the last UMNO party elections to help ensure no contest to the No. 1 post.

      He was elected Ketua Pemuda thru money politics. He was found guilty of those just before the first time he contested he post. Dirty, dirty poliitics.

      But then DAP also engages in money politics and corruption. Former Selangor DAP Chief lost his post and told the media that DAP higher leadership uses money politics to get Teresa Kok replace him. Now they replace Kok with Pua.

      DAP list of corruption is a long one beginning from DAP Perak Nga and Ngeh involved in Tailorgate just 47 days after taking power in Perak in 2008. Then got 10,000 acres of Kelantan land given by then Kelantan Menteri Besar Nik Aziz to ensure they agree to PAS Nizar becoming the “Perak Menteri Besar Sakejap”. Only God knows what will happen if he became Menteri Besar Lama.

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  5. Menteri KJ: “This is not going to be a standard Christmas message. I thought this year, let’s not have someone draft the same generic message that politicians get their office to churn out year in, year out.”

    Budak Kampung: -Well, this will also not going to be a standard comment. You see YB Menteri KJ, I have years of real work experience, unlike you who were once labelled by Lim Kit Siang as “the richest unemployed in the world”.

    Menteri KJ: “I went to a Catholic primary school in Japan. Unlike most convent schools in Malaysia, my school was run by Canadian Catholic priests. Many of my teachers were priests.”

    Budak Kampung: -Well, this really does not look like a standard Christmas message coming from a Federal Minister’s office (why do you felt compelled to issue a Christmas message anyway?). Of course your former school in Japan was not run by Malaysians, it is located in JAPAN. And certainly, being a Catholic school, you would expect to find many of your teachers to be priests right? They cannot possibly be entertainers that you would normally find during Shout Awards event. By the way, recently a Minister was spotted accepting that lousy award. Gila glamer siot.

    Menteri KJ: “Brother Raymond, a tall, curly-haired Québécois was once such teacher who left an impression on me about hard work and fair play.”

    Budak Kampung: -Hahahahahah, ok this is the real joke coming big time! Your Catholic priest left an impression about hard work and fair play on you? Wow!! I think you should not have written it that way, for you had actually sullied your Catholic priest teacher albeit indirectly. But then again this was not a standard Christmas message right? You, YB Menteri KJ, wants to talk about hard work and fair play? Seriously? Did I mentioned that you were once labelled as “the richest unemployed in the world” and the fact that you were once found guilty of money politics during Pemilihan UMNO? If it was not for you father-in-law who suffered from sleep apnoea, you would have grasp the real concept of hard work and fair play.

    Menteri KJ: “Everyday we would begin school with prayer. For non-Christians like me we just bowed our head in silence out of respect while Christian students prayed. Sometimes I would recite the Al Fatihah quietly to myself. Sometimes I would just daydream.”

    Budak Kampung: -Er, you should have pray a lot more than just reciting Al Fatihah on an infrequent basis. Why must limited yourself to just Al Fatihah? Your parents fail to teach teach you other types of doa? Like ‘doa penerang hati’, ‘doa mula sekolah’ etc.? Even my 4-year old kid can recite more meaningful doa than just Al-Fatihah. Daydreaming about being the Malaysian PM before 40 eh?

    Menteri KJ: “There was a crucifix in every classroom. Brother Raymond wore a big cross around his neck on a chain on top of his black clerical shirt”

    Budak Kampung: -Maybe that was meant to remind the priests not to molest children at school. Some Catholic priests have that sick habit you know, sexually abusing children around the world.

    Menteri KJ: “We all sang in a choir. When it came to Christmas, non-Christians also sang the non-religious songs. I think some even sang the religious songs but just kept quiet during certain lines!”

    Budak Kampung: -Oh jolly good! Maybe next year you can ask Regina ‘Dumb-fuck’ Lee to help nominate you for other categories in the Shout Awards or you can even compete in Akademi Fantasia. That will good for Malaysian youth to emulate.

    Menteri KJ: “None of this affected my own faith. My parents instilled in me a strong foundation in Islam. I led congregational prayers among my peers when I was small. I took part in Quran recitals organised by the embassy. Nothing I experienced at my Catholic school could undermine or shake my faith. The point of my brief recollection is this: have faith in your own faith. If your belief is strong, no one can make you lose your religion. And if you are sure of your own convictions, you will respect others even more.”

    Budak Kampung:

    -Strong foundation in Islam to the point that you would only recite Al-Fatihah to yourself infrequently at school?

    -Leading congregational prayers and the Holy Quran recitals is normal in all Malaysian public schools, in fact we’re doing more than that and it is standard practice for the young ones, we have KAFA, ayat hafazan and so many others. So, I assume we did more than you when we were young at our schools, so stop harping about it (btw YB Menteri KJ, you forgot to add the word ‘Holy’ to Quran al-Karim and even though this was not a standard Christmas message churned year-in-and-out by lazy kucing kuraps at the office for politicians, you as a muslim with a strong foundation in Islam whose faith cannot be shaken by Brother Raymond and a school filled with priests and cruxifixes, should have referred to the Holy Quran with utmost respect. Not just writing ‘Koran’ like non-muslims do. I’m sure your Christians friends and audience would understand because I had the impression from your message that it’s the muslim who are suffering from siege-mentality. So, I’m sure your Christians friends would not mind the slightest if you use the phrase ‘Holy Quran’ in a Christmas message to them). So you see, perhaps our sensitivities differed due to what we learned at school as compared to you?

    -Furthermore, where were you during the kalimah “Allah” issue? Soooooooooo elegantly silent! If only you had shown the burning desire and courage to talk about that issue in the same magnitude you had shown about Malaysian football (your MyTeam venture flopped by the way), you would have been viewed in a different perspective. Pasal Duta Vatican pun, bila orang dah tutup cerita, drama pun dah nak habis, you baru terhegeh-hegeh nak buat iklan? Memang dasar mengejar belalang sambil menunggang gajah.

    Menteri KJ: “You won’t view them as a threat, as people secretly working to proselytise you.”

    Budak Kampung: -Thanks for the magnanimous insult YB Menteri KJ. I will report this matter to YBhg Dato’ Siti Nurhaliza Tarudin for her attention and immediate action. Next Christmas, please consult Regina “Dumb-fuck” Lee before you write another out-of-this world message. Make sure next year’s message will not only paint muslims as idiots who are afraid of their own shadows but also as non-progressive, lazy and suicidal idiots who can only benefit from your glowing Oxford-trained wisdom. Save us the headache by directly insult us in the message and not disguising it within your self-righteous anecdotes.

    Menteri KJ: “You might even learn from them as I did from Brother Raymond.”

    Budak Kampung: -What exactly that we can learn from him or you about religious tolerance that we cannot learn at our Malaysian school, from our teachers, from our ustaz and ustazah and from our elders?! Islamic history is rich with religious tolerance, Islamic teachings are always about tolerance and there are abundant records of Muslim benevolence across civilisations. Remember Spain? Remember Sahifah Madinah? What we don’t like is when our patience is being tested and our mentality is being continuously insulted. Screw you and your Brother Raymond.

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    • I like and agree with many of what you said, Budak Kampong.

      I often wonder how this fler got into Oxford University. Well, his father was an Ambassador and that could help, I suppose.

      But how come he passed his exams at Oxford? Well, his father was Ambassador, that could help, I suppose.

      Sorry, not being an Oxford graduate, I could only repeat myself!

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    • Budak Kampung, well done mate!! Lovely piece to read, keep up the good work. If KJ graduated from Oxford, which uni is your alma mater? KJ tu betul ke pernah pi Oxford? Bangang cam sial. Aq nak tengok bila Hari Raya, dia bleh tulis tak lebih kurang cam ni mesej Aidilfitri dia.

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      • Aku baca camni, rasa nak rasis jugak. Emak dia Mamak sabenarnya – mamak yang tak baguih. Tengok le gambar dan kata kata emak dia dalam paper masa kempen pemilihan UMNO tak lama dulu.

        Plak emak dia cakap entah hape taknak Mukhriz Mahathir menang masa kemepen Naib Presiden UMNO dulu. Sebab Mukriz pernah lawan KJ untuk jawatan Ketua Pemuda 2 pilihan UMNO yang lalu. Pada hal KJ dah dapat jadi VP selaku Ketua Pemuda masa dia mencuit Mukhriz. Sengaja emak dia busuk hati akal Keling.

        Pssst, Kamus kata rasis tu kalau menyakitkan hati kaum lain. Sebab emak dia dan dia UMNO, tak rasis aku ngata dia. Tapi sebab aku sebut Keling tu ….. aku bukan ngata Keling, aku ngata Mamak.

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  6. For someone proven GUILTY of money politics, he had the gall to preach! This guy must be probed for his source of income. The money trail WILL explain why he is ALWAYS praising the non-Malays and at the same time belittling the Malays.

    He acts like he is the salaried spokesman for a particular minority.

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    • Yeah, probe and put him behind bars.

      If he is offending the 60% Malays and glorifying the 23% Chinese, he is not bringing about unity and supporting 1Malaysia. What liberal is he talking about?

      If he does not support 1Malaysia, he should not be in the Cabinet.

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    • Wow, that reply is a real stinger and a huge whammy on Pakiam. Those who haven’t read it, I strongly recommend you read it – you’ll find it very exhilarating and truly satisfying the Muslim ego. And written by a Chinese (?).

      Here are some some examples of what PM Najib said:

      – “First it’s Archbishop, now it’s Emeritus. At this rate you will soon be Archbishop Emeritus Requiescat In Pace Murphy Pakiam, if you live that long.

      – “There you spoke about me, the St John’s I attended as a boy, lectured me on how to be Prime Minister, and you even dragged in my mother. How thoughtful of you, Pakiam!

      – “In case you hadn’t been reading Malaysiakini, or in case you’ve been spending too much of your time away, in the Vatican, yes, here, in Malaysia, everything is political. If you recall that it was in 2008, the church you headed then had declared its political position. Yes, of course, you didn’t say outright and out loud your church would support Anwar Ibrahim and Pakatan Rakyat,

      – “You even say you’d pray for election guidance, but unless your God tells me what it is you told him in prayer, my guess is as good as your secret oral messages you tweeted to heaven. After which, your church went on to kick up a storm about Allah this and Allah that when all you had to do was come and see me, with which issues would be better resolved for the sake of all.”

      xxx

      Aiseh, those extracts are only from less than a third of the whole reply. Written in bloody good English, nuances, witty sarcasms, polite butt kicking and and even mirages of coarse spitting into Pakiam’s face.You’ll be missing a lot if you don’t read the reply, guys.

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  8. One’s must not forget that Khairy always regards himself as Ketua Pemuda Malaysia not Ketua Pemuda UMNO Malaysia.

    Siapa yang bodoh sangat melantik dia jadi Ketua Pemuda UMNO ?, dah dilantik ,suka hati mak bapak dialah dia nak cakap apa dan buat apa . Bagitulah kalau sibuta melantik sitempang yang celik untok menjadi ketu mereka.

    Should he be answerable to sibuta who elect him because they all are buta .

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  9. What to expect of Lim Kit Siang, a Chauvinist and Racist, a title that was accorded Lee Kuan Yew, which also befits him as he has always been over-awed by LKY who he thought was a genius who even got Singapore FOC from the stupid old man Tengku A Rahman. LKY created a lot of problems for the old man who, wanting the easy way out, simply got Singapore out of Malaysia. Never again shall any Malaysian leader give away such a prized territory – nations go to war to protect their sovereignty and territorial integrity.

    LKS aped LKY in many things, even followed LKY’s style of dressing in white with no tie when he led DAP. He had DAP picked up LKY’s slogan, so-called Malaysian Malaysia, wanting equality without acknowledging the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak under Article 153 of the Constitution, thereby subverting that Malay and Bumiputera Special Position .His speeches before the 1969 general elections and the rowdy behaviour of his party members after the elections had caused the 13 May race riots.

    Since then he has continued with his anti-Malay and anti-Islam stand,uttering stinging and caustic remarks and statements against anything with Malay dominance – the government, the Civil Service, the Police, the Military, the Election Commission, and now, the Registrar of Societies. But if he or his son Lim Guan Eng thinks there’ll be another stupid Tengku A Rahman who may give away Penang this time, he’s sadly mistaken. He’ll be detained under ISA again – under the Prevention of Crimes Act this time – the recent PCA amendments allow detention without trial for 2 years, extendable another 2 years. Or simply prosecuted under any of the many applicable laws, like SOSMA, the replacement of ISA. Or the Sedition Act which Najib has not repealed, perhaps realizing that repealing the ISA, the Emergency Ordinance and the Restricted Residence Act had caused the need to bring back the detention without trial under the PCA.

    I expect nothing good but chaos and doom for Malaysia if LKS and LGE ever get to Putrajaya. I hope the RoS will de-register DAP as it did de-register UMNO before.

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    • There’s absolutely no reason why DAP should not be de-registered. Right from the time of involvement in the 13 May 1969 race riots.

      They have been breaking so many laws, rules and regulations. As individual members, leaders and as a party. Sedition, subversion, you name it, they have been doing it.

      The Government should increase the Attorney General Chambers’ lawyers to take more of such cases to Court. Where necessary, use the good lawyers in private practice as DPP, like Shafee who is prosecuting on the Anwar Al Juburi Sodomy II Appeal trial.

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  10. ‘he feels that it is his right to straighten his fellow muslims and therefore, a tacit apology for non-muslims for the behaviour of his fellow muslim brothers and sister” . ‘A liberal will always be an apologist for his race’ ?. Why is Malays or people on behalf of Malays keep on apologizing to Non Malays since the infamous Kerismudin? Non Malays can do anything even insulting Malays while Malays better duduk diam diam? What nonsense is this. KJ don’t have to be liberal to be apologetic nonsense. Just wish them a merry Christmas and a happy new year. OK 2014 all Malays let be apologetic. When your Non Malay friends invite you to eat at a non halal restaurants , be apologetic by saying, I am a Malay, I apologized cannot dine with you since a non halal res. served piggy -piggy. For live Drama ;Hang Tuah’ at Islana Budaya before starting Malay Producer better apologized ‘kami mohon maaf semoga non malays tidak tenrluka hati kerana pementasan ini ada hulur keris-muddin’. Najib as a malay should apologize for matter related to vernacular schools especially Dong Zhong for not able to extend $$$ in 2014 because GE 14 is 4 years more to go. This can go on and on. Year 2014 Malays become the apologetic race. I am a Malay and a Racist , My Freind is a Chinese and a Racist, My Indian friend is a racist too, so what? We are all proud on our race and as Malaysian. We even talk about race to each others and till now we still am Malaysian. No one apologized for being a Malay, Chinese, Indians or Muslim, Buddist , Christian or Hindus.

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    • Why? Because dia kepala senget sikit. Ingat dia liberal tapi sabenarnya pseudo-liberal.

      Bukan itu saja, dia kata kpd pemberita dia nak jadi PM pada umur 40. Kan ke mereng sikit tu. Tak pernah dibuat orang politik, pemuda macam mana pun. Sekarang dia 38 tahun, jaga jaga le, lagi 2 tahun dia jadi PM, mampos le kita.

      I wish I’m as good in writing whammies at the KJ bloke as DS Najib whacked Pakiam in that “Najib Razak Replies Murphy Pakiam | 書 政 shuzheng” – in the link provided above.

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  11. “The absence of Christian apologists” –

    I’m so damn glad 書 政 shuzheng wrote that “Najib Razak Replies Murphy Pakiam” piece. It’s a master piece. Hope there are more like that. Pakiam and the likes of him need to be told in whatever way possible to walk on the ground of this blessed land Malaysia, not on thin air thinking they are being accompanied by fairies who say he and his flock can do no wrong and is not wrong on the kalimah Allah issue.

    In Malaysia, kalimah Allah is exclusive for the Muslims, period. Never mind about other countries. We must live by the laws of this country, those who don”t wish to, should jolly well scram and migrate. Good that the reply ends up in that tone.

    Religious wars have occurred for a sizeable part of the 2,000 years of recorded history. The Christians persecuted the heathens and the Jews (the Jewish religion Judaism had existed some 600 years before Christianity), now the Zionist Israeli Jews are persecuting the Muslims in Palestine, taking their land for their state and endlessly building settlements in the occupied West Bank, disregarding United Nations Resolutions connected thereto. What damn evil forces they are.

    And in Malaysia the Christians want to try the age old subtle tactics of converting others into Christianity. It used to be baits like cigarettes, tobacco, clothes and good meals in the towns for the Orang Aslis, until the Orang Asli Department stopped them from doing so. Now they want to subtly equate their God The Father, The Son and the Holy Ghost with Muslim Allah which means the one and only. No way.

    They must be told in no uncertain terms: don’t try to change the status quo.

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  12. Lim Kit Siang and son Lim Guan Eng are Cina Bukits. Those descended from the hill tribes of south China that history Professors have written about. Uncouth and unlettered. Biadap and kurang ajar. Even DAP Vice Chairman Tengku Aziz said so of Lim Guan Eng as he stormed out of the party a year ago.

    We need to keep whacking them to get more and more Malaysians realize those.

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  13. Lim Kit Siang led DAP soon after its formation 46 years ago. Flogged the racist Lee Kuan Yew line of so called “Malaysian Malaysia”, wanting equality without regard for the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak, that which had made LKY and Singapore kicked out of Malaysia in 1965. Anti-Malay DAP caused the race riots of 1969. Damned nasty buggers.

    Lim Guan Eng wanted Malaysians to look to Sun Yat Sen and China when he officiated the opening of a building named after the man who had nothing to do with this country except tumpang duduk when he cabut lari from China during the revolution in the early 20th century. Nasty Lim Guan Eng wants to imbibe among the Chinese in Penang the idea of unseating the system of rule by the Manchu dynasty Emperors in China, as we have the Ketuanan Melayu reflected by the roles, functions and responsibilities of the YDP Agong, the Malay Rulers, the Rulers Council, etc. This point has not been said enough and must be done so more often.

    Nasty that father and son duo. Very nasty indeed. They need to be whacked and wanked time and again.

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