Thursday, May 27, 2010

The Malays - Fate In The Other Eye

Have there been any other alternative data and/or evidence that we need to prod into to prove it otherwise? Oh yes, before I begin, I am sure there are those who might think this article may be racist and/or pointing towards dissent or breakdown of the natural social order...sorry to disappoint.

The by-elections of the previous years since 2008 have show that the Malays are split. Brand it anything you want, but it is not something new. Historically Malays have been a united race, but then again, any ethnic group in the world has never actually been united, unless something happens to threaten their dominance and/or existence.

History taught us that, one way or the other, the Malays have been always accommodating. Foreigners come to this country hundreds of years ago to trade, and after witnessing the importance of the location, invaded it as well. There were rebellions, but were never successful. Any foreigners that come in, became rich and the Malays always ended up calling them "Master", "Tuan", "sir", and the Malays are usually titled, "Kadam", "Mat" and "Hoi, you!"

Even during the campaigns of the late Tengku Abdul Rahman for independence from Britain were viewed with certain skeptical spirit by some Malays. These are usually made of people who would say, "What independence? You can't even manufacture a needle!!!" who later on evolved to those who said, "A national car? You don't even know how to make a carburetor." These people are still around, usually very advanced for their time after being well educated by MARA programs, UiTM universities. You might recognize them from such statements like, "Who needs the old Malay rights anymore?" or "Special privileges for Malays are unfair!"

2008 was a different split. It was not between UMNO and Pas anymore, as the Malays were torn asunder. DAP emerged the most victorious, although they still humor Anwar Ibrahim into thinking that he is the next President of Malaysia, ruled by DAP. It's not surprising, because they had a model in Perak, which was ruled by DAP and a powerless (most of the time, brainless) PAS MB. Does it surprise anyone that the conglomerate of Ngeh and Nga answer any question directed the MB during the State Assembly?

Modern urban Malays feel that they identify more with DAP. Malays from rural area feel very patriotic when DAP tells them to hold their flag in the name of Pakatan Rakyat while DAP announces that even Malay villagers become their member. In short, they agree that Malay rights should be scrapped, and for them, it should be.

It has been more than 50 years that Malaysia gained its independence from the British, and 41 years after the unfortunate incident of 1969. The spirit of integration has been instilled into the generations of Malaysians, while at the same time, keeping the identity of who they are. 2008, with Anwar Ibrahim tore all of those apart. The Chinese voters stayed away from the government, while the Indians who went with them, came back after being roasted by Anwar's terminal bullshit, e.g. Kampung Buah Pala, Penang incident.

Pas and UMNO must look into this with a more minute detailing. The fall of the Malays will spell the fall of a modern Islamic country in South East Asia (I don't care what Indonesia thinks) and will see the Malay Muslims fall into a deeper mess whereby either Pas and/or UMNO will be nothing but an errant boy in the government.

Anwar Ibrahim was playing the Malays for fools because he knows them very well. Also, his new identity tailored by those people in the shadows portrays him as a "savior". He is able to convince anybody on any side of the dice. However, lately we can see that Najib's successful political ties and business deals with US and Singapore making waves. Anwar knows that Najib's successes with the two countries which he relied so much will spell disaster for him. It's not surprising to hear him making sycophantic rants on anti-jews and anti-US to anybody who would give him the time of day. His actions shocked his own hardcore supporters (or is it sponsor?) such as Paul Wolfowitz, Al Gore and Madeleine Albright. These were the people who gave him positions, organize strategies and even provide him with...ummm...resources on how to take over Malaysia. And the same chap that spent so much grooming is now lambasting back at them.

The fate of the Malays now rest solely on UMNO and PAS, it's a road once taken, and once they were out of the woods, they went their own ways, and now they seem to meet again. We know that Anwar Ibrahim will be against anything that will unify the Malay Muslims, as it will destroy his ambitions to rule Malaysia. UMNO and PAS' obstacle is the Malay's problem: Anwar Ibrahim. Anwar should do something about himself. Maybe the first step is to practice what Karpal Singh advised him to do: ANWAR IBRAHIM HARUS BERTAUBAT.

Can't the two organizations and the Malays look at the problems with both eyes? Doing that is an advantage because anwar's moves are only guided with one-eye.

Lastly, to Chua Soi Lek, if you have any clue of what you're doing, the Melayu Bangkit program has more to do with being against DAP, what the heck are jumping for?

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Pas For...Who??? Just PIS Off Then....

It was, and it is still a simple question:

But I'm still getting that popular U2 song, "...but I still haven't found what I'm looking for.." Say, come to think of it, let me just listen to that song over and over again while writing this. Groovy!!!

PAS, or the so-called Parti Islam Se-Malaysia (wouldn't that be PIS?) claims to be fighting and/struggle to create an Islamic country (in an already Islamic country) and represents all Muslims in Malaysia. It was set up by a group of disgruntled UMNO members who were very upset when the UMNO majority did not want to follow their lead. This represented certain "powers that be" to assist the creation of pas. This is a strategic move after those powers divided Indians into Hindus and Muslims in India.

The evolution of Pas can be a bit spooky to look at. The blurred line between being a political party and Islam undoubtedly blinded most of their party members. The infamous so-called "Fatwa" of Haji Hadi branded UMNO as apostates for co-operating with non-Muslims. This created the undeniable split between Muslims in Malaysia. Friday prayers with two imams, kenduris and events boycotted because other Muslims don't want to be in Pas, and so many other things happened. It became a fight between brothers and families because this. Strangely, despite the fact Pas claims that they're very Islamic and declares non-Pas member are apostates, I don't think they realize that their actions are against the teachings of Islam. But of course, we cannot say that to their face, they will threaten you such, "What do you know? You're UMNO member; don't talk to us about Islam!" I pity those ulamas from other countries who never supported Pas; they must've been condemned to the pits of Pas hell.

As the brotherly split has already been done, a split amongst them happened. The 2008 elections gave Pas a lot of seats, victorious in many places. Although the majority of Malaysians still don't know who their Pas MP/ADUN is, Pas became a force to reckon with, thanks to Anwar Ibrahim.

It is not an easy step to follow Anwar Ibrahim and the outlines set by the people who "assisted" him. Firstly, Pas has to be liberal. The first step to that is to throw out anything and everything about Islam from the party. This actually led to a very confusing turnaround in an already confusing turnaround; you ask Pas, "When are you going to set up an Islamic state?" They'll answer, "We never had any intention to set up an Islamic country in our manifesto." Then somebody from kampung asked them, "Malaysia is an Islamic country, right?" They'll start swearing and ranting, "Only Pas is Islamic and we will establish an Islamic country!" Hmmm, maybe they think kampung people are stupid.

As events seen from 2008 onwards, DAP is the actual winner in Selangor, while Pas is just the legalizing
agent. What does that mean? Okay, when DAP threatened the staccato MB of Selangor that if the Mega Pig Farm is not built in where they want, PKR and Pas can kiss their majority goodbye. Despite the fact Pas was always busy shooting down state governments for allocating sites for pig farms, now they had to go on a whirlwind tour to say that it is alright to have the farm and it is okay by religion to allocate for the non-Muslims. However, everybody can see that the villagers (majority are Muslims) at the allocated sites have different views. Maybe that's why the tour never passed by there.

Elizabeth Wong was the other example. The young chap who nailed her down split and pictures of her was
spread across the net. Strangely it was Pas again who took Elizabeth on a whirlwind tour to explain how she was victimized and how she was a victim in a conspiracy. It was quite amusing to see Muslim ladies hugging her and crying profusely. Didn't she commit zina, or at least khalwat? Whatever happened to talks about brimstone and hellfire? Of course, looking with one eye, pas might not and might never see it at all. So, it is okay to hump around, but if any evidence appears, let's just say we are victims.

We're still waiting for any Pas state government to turn into a super-competitive and business booming state. Unfortunately for a state like Kedah, development seems to be lower than that of Kelantan (well, that's what Kelantanese told me) as of late. Investors leaving Kulim Hi-Tech Park, the water supply problem and many other things. I guess maybe that's why Anwar Ibrahim had to kidnap those ADUNs who were about to jump ship last Sunday. Wow, is it that bad that you need Anwar's one and only expertise to do it? People are tired of Pas Kedah's typical answer of "This is all the previous government's fault!" to every problem that they forward. They want prompt action. Although Pas Kedah did say that they will mosques after mosques to accommodate Muslims in Kedah, I must state here that the Al-Bukhary Mosque in Jalan Langgar started construction almost 10 years ago and fully financed by Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary and has nothing to do with pas' manifesto. Even then, people are still waiting for sign of mosque, or any sign of any building to be actually built by the Kedah's Pas government.

Getting back to the subject, we would ask, if Pas has already thrown out Islam out of their manifesto, why bother calling themselves an "Islamic" party? In the first place, they've never been Islamic. And with the Erdogan Team moving in, they'll never be anymore. Last year's party elections saw UMNO indirectly helping the Ulama faction of Pas defeat the Anwar Ibrahim or Erdogan Faction, Husam Musa. However, they're back, and there'll be nothing to stop them this time. The erdogans are more flexible: they promise Islam to the Muslims, and they deny anything about that in churches, temples and synagogues (maybe).

Maybe it is time to overhaul the party. 50 years of hatred and deviance has caused severe damages to the party. And with Erdogans steering at the helm, everybody can see that Pas cannot hide the fact that not many have seen before: Pas has nothing to do with Islam or being Islamic. Do they ever realize that a lot of PKR and DAP members usually disguise as Pas supporters during riots? Did they ever realize that they were the only klutz who took to the streets yelling "Allahu Akhbar" on the streets of Kuala Kangsar to stand before the fallen DAP socialist government?

Pas needs a new logo as well. One big white circle might be seen as an eye; maybe they should add another
one. Why? Nobody can see the truth when they look with one eye.

So, who do you think PAS represent in Malaysia? We know, it's not Islam.

Monday, May 24, 2010

Malaysia Post-PRU13 According to the Soothsayer - Resistance Is Futile

The year shall be 2012, while climactic changes shall take over the world, Malaysia will face the unavoidable political change.

The PRU-13 sees the ousting of the doomed Barisan Nasional to the internally-combusting Pakatan Rakyat. Despite protests from the Presidents of the other component parties and his own, Anwar Ibrahim is plucked out from jail to become the omnipotent President of the new Republic of Malaysia, while the court is forced to overturn his convictions.

Most of BN's leaders will be placed under corruption charges, and it doesn't matter whether it's true or not because it will mark as a historic event to show the west that the new government has eradicated the old archaic one. In short, it's a show to tell the west, their investment has paid off.

The first President and his showcase Cabinet will steer Malaysia into a new western-friendlier country, pending on how the west pulls our strings.

The ever "apa pun tak-apa" and always so accommodating Malays will be, as usual, in the front crowd to cheer this new "chapter" in their lives. Now that there are no more interrupting monarchies and/or ethnic based groups, the prosperous new Malays set a new destiny for their ethnic group. A new path without subsidies, without government grants or aids, no more Malay Reserve lands and no more Malay supremacy. This is so because despite their education under MARA, JPA, Petronas, UiTM and others, the new Malays always believe that all the chances and success of themselves are given by themselves individually and nobody else helped.

It won't be surprising after this; there's no official religion in Malaysia, no official language either (most probably English), only liberal Islam is to be practiced. With the long obstacle of Malay protectionism taken off, it is easier to buy cheap land from the Malays and move towards a more developing nation. Beautiful buildings and environmental friendly parks will be built everywhere in the country. The Malays will be packed off into government flats in places that do not interfere with progress. It shouldn't be much of a problem: Malays are mostly laborers, drivers and clerks, they'll fit well there. The new liberal Malays will be enjoying
themselves in the suburbs, criticizing archaic laws that favored Malays more and the oppressive syariah laws. The main target now is always equality to all, without barriers. The cities and towns are more peaceful now as environmental laws take effect, no more azans from mosques to pollute the clear skies.

It is all fair to the Malays, unlike the Israel and Palestine conflict, Malays are allowed to purchase properties, if they can afford. Either that or the government flats as there are no such things as the Malay quota, or Bumiputra price for properties, because that will be racial and/or unconstitutional.

Any racist talk, especially by Malays, will be met by a severe punishment. Any talk about Islamic supremacy will be labeled as terrorism. Of course, the President shouldn't worry about this as UMNO might be banned by now and Pas is just another party without fangs or balls ever since Islamic struggle has been removed from their manifesto. No more chaos when there are talks about Muslims committing apostasy, no more gibberish murmurs about an individual having to convert to Islam before marrying a Muslim.

No way anybody can stop this. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE!!! We already know from hadith that during the end of days, only 1 person is a true believer and 99 are not. Furthermore, the "sun" is now rising from the west, they are so powerful and can make "regime changes" anywhere they want in the world, making any country to be more democratic (actually, bow to them) and friendlier to the west.

Malaysia is now truly an open and fair country, and peaceful too.

Hey, don't blame me if you don't like this!!! Blame the one-eyed soothsayer!!!

Friday, May 21, 2010

Abuya Shall Return?!! Sorry, Too Many People Coming Back...

Okay, who's Haji Ashaari Mohammad? A blessed saint? Demigod? Well, let's start here with something from wikipedia:

Haji Ashaari Mohammad (died May 13, 2010, aged 73) was a spiritual leader who started Al-Arqam, an Islamic organisation in Malaysia. The organisation was banned by the Malaysian government which cited practices that deviated from mainstream Islam.

Ashaari was nicknamed Abuya" (father in Arabic) by his followers, and was known for wearing a turban, green Al-Arqam rope, and having mascara-lined eyes. He had four wives and 37 children. He gained notoriety in Malaysia when his Islamic sect, called Al-Arqam was banned for being heretical.

Ashaari also set-up the Polygamy Club, which infamy spread along the Islamic community from Malaysia all the way to Thailand...hmm, I didn't see JAG picketing on them so far...

He passed away on a Thursday, May 13th 2010 after a lung infection, leaving behind three wives, 38 children and about 200 grandchildren. Shouldn't that be the end of the story? Of course not!!! He is too much of a religious man to have his story stop there.

From another source, here's the full story: Click here for full story

In short, his close followers claim that Abuya did not die but has miraculously disappeared, and currently resides and resting at Ashabul Kahfi (Cave of the Sleepers) which nobody actually knows where (there are claims from 3 different countries so far) the true location is, and will be back as an assistant to Imam Mahadi (The prophesied leader of the Muslims against Yakjuj and Makjuj) before the arrival of Isa (Jesus) Al-Masih and finish off Dajjal (Antichrist) Al-Masikh.

Strange to see that a few religious leaders in Malaysia and around the world are claiming that they shall reappear during the end of days period. It might just cause over-crowding when the real ones appear though.

The Qur'an has explained that once a person passes away, when his soul departs from the body, all connections to this world are severed. History tells us that from the long line of Prophets, only Isa Al Masih is alive and will return as the Saviour, to fight the impostor Dajjal. There are some theories by Islamic scholars that is also human but is allowed by God to remain alive until his fateful death by Isa Al-Masih. All Prophets made it clear to their followers that they are just human beings. When the final Prophet, Muhammad (S.A.W.) passed away, Muslims refused to believe until his companion, Abu Bakar Assidiq declared, "To those who believes in Muhammad, tell them he has died. to those who believe in Allah, know that Allah can never die."

It's already 2010 and we creeping ourselves into the era of the end of days, but it seems that we still have the traces of animism inside us, believing that a human being can be something they are not capable of. When you die, you die and what happens between death and judgment day and after that, only Allah knows for sure.

With the west and ideological attacks on Islam, this movement is not helping the cause at all. Those who have been prophesied to return during the end of days to accomplish their mission, we wait with open arms. As to be the followers of Abuya, there's too many claims by so many not connected to Qur'an and Hadith already, better leave it to the actual people to do their mission.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Dear Dato Seri PM

Dear Dato Seri,

I think it's high time that you realize that the employing the services of APCO doesn't really worth squat. Millions of Ringgit Malaysia spent, but what has been the outcome? If their job is to analyze and report and
strategize the government policies, well, the issuance of gambling license for football betting might just a shot on the government's foot. Even the explanations on the loss of oil-wells in Borneo raises more questions than answers. And having a lot of jewish strategists in APCO is giving Anwar Ibrahim a lot of ammo...which is strange because he's involved with more jewish prominent figures. Where are we heading right now, Mr Prime Minister?

Maybe instead of paying a company to strategize the develeopment of Malaysia in many aspects, maybe we should try learning from Anwarism. It's very simple, you don't have to pay anybody, you might just get paid as well. All the strategies and maneuvers are already set in their templates. Get the right ones in, such as
NED, Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAF), National Democratic Institute etc etc. Their track record in, one must say, impressive. For example, just with one ally in Iran to go against Ahmadinejad, and Iran had a full scale riot on their hands. Funds are always available too.

In their hands, as mentioned before, are the templates how to make any country a better democratic one, or in short, a more "western-friendly one." Is it surprising that once PAS and DAP allies to Anwar, their...ummm...main man in Malaysia, all things which are not important to their cause such as religion and ethnic-based poltics fly out the window? It actually made it easier for Pas: to the villagers, they will shout "We will establish an Islamic country!!!" which is quite redundant as Malaysia is already recognized as an Islamic country. To the non-muslims, or in churches, and/or to the non-Muslim natives of Sarawak, "We have no intention of establishing an Islamic country." We might find it a bit awkward as Islam hates liars, but then again, whoever said that pas IS Islam? It's like water and oil.

You should also recognize the old saying that "Rome" was not built in a day, but we should always take heed also that the godly Kingdom of Israel was indeed destroyed in less than a week by Babylonian/Scythians. To have APCO build 1Malaysia for the government is never an easy task. We have already seen "Perpaduan,"

"Integriti" ever since our Independence in 1957. All of these efforts did come close but there's always DAP, and now there's always Pakatan Rakyat, with the old "divide and conquer" strategy. What's the best example? I would say Sibu is the triumphant victory of those people behind anwar and his pakatan. They know it too well from history: never ever let a nation unite. Even if they lose PRU13, their next step will definitely Thailand-styled Red Shirt Movement, pending on the right template of the time.

Maybe it's time to change services from APCO to those behind Anwar and his pakatan. It's cheaper, it's unseen, and, well, maybe by chance, you might meet some of the people in APCO in there as well. Those people are tired of Anwar as well, more than a decade of keeping him around, and Malaysia is still ruled by Barisan, and now Anwar is
bashing the jews who happen to be in the group that has been taking care of him.

Well, we keep telling him to look with both eyes...

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Gender Equalities Against Bung Mokhtar's "Bad" Example...Please, Find Another Issue!

It was "nice" to see Kumpulan Tindakan Bersama untuk Persamaan Jantina (JAG) piling up the streets to demand Bung Mokhtar Radin resign from all his posts for the cruel and intolerable offence of entering into a polygamous marriage without the consent of court and registrar.

This is done because YB Bung Mokhtar is setting a bad influence to the people of Malaysia, especially the Muslims. It doesnn't really matter if it is lawful in the eyes of Islam because the act is really a bad one...wait, aren't they a movement for gender equality? Which of the gender got shortchanged?

At the same time, we're not sure why JAG never turned up in drives to demand severe punishments to those irresponsible couples who discards the result of their horny acts of unification. Well, we'd guess that maybe the couples' action will never set a bad example for anybody.

It's bad enough to have the Islamic institute of marriage and polygamy severely attacked and damaged in its ideology by anti-Islam snipers for the past hundreds of years. The result of that? Polygamy, no matter how fair and closely you follow to the letter of the syaria, is uaually looked upon like a pariah by the western "civilization" and the secular muslims. It's quite strange to see that a man with a mistress, or a woman with her "boy-toy" is regarded as a measure of lifelong success.

Making things worse are male Muslims who takes another wife, stating that it's the Sunnah of the Prophet, when they themselves have no basic fundamentals of the acts of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) himself. They then plunge themselves into a spiralling moral disaster when favouritism kicks in, well, you might read this in papers, where 1st or 2nd wife complaints of neglect in physical and psychological means by the husband.

Of course, we're talking about the institution of marriage here, wose still would be the unmarried couples with raging hormones who couldn't keep their pants up. How many babies do we have to witness dumped? Want gender equalities, go and ensure and educate both sexes so that they know what to do and/or avoid when they start their teens. Abstain is the best, but of course, the non-Muslim will say that this is ridiculous. Why don't we stick to Islamic teachings? Most cases of dumped infants are Malays/Muslims.

Maaysia is under attack; we look forward to unity and integration, but opposition is always instructed to divide and demolish that. Islam is being attacked as well, I wonder if this is part of it...nope, too fickle!!! Anwar and the one-eyed have bigger fish to fry.

Talk about looking only with one eye...

Note: As an update: (The Star Online)
MP Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin has been sentenced to one month's jail for entering into a polygamous marriage without the consent of a Syariah Court.

Bung, on Wednesday, was also slapped with a RM1,000 fine in default one month's jail on a second charge of abetting his second wife, actress Zizie Ezette A. Samad into entering a marriage without consent of Syariah registrar.
(Also, I would love to show pictures of discarded babies to strengthen my points, but I don't have the heart even to see it on screen...)

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