MCA CHULIA STREET PROSTITUTE AKA PENANG WANITA MCA CHIEF TAN CHENG LIANG

 

 

Chulia Street Prostitute aka Penang Wanita MCA Chief Tan Cheng Liang

The eunuch’s from MCA are at it again. While MCA ‘Sugar Daddy’ Umno is going all out to demonise Christians via their mouthpiece Utusan Malaysia, MCA is trying to champion itself as the Saviour of Malaysian Christians.

We all know that the Chulia Street Prostitute aka Penang Wanita MCA Chief Tan Cheng Liang

have been busy creating mischief towards the Pakatan Rakyat Government of Penang while claiming to be a born again Christian, now we have the Jokers from MCA complaining that the Penang Government did injustice to the Founder of Heng Ee School Father Julien (pic above) by naming an insignificant road after him which they claim has a huge drain along it. This is indeed interesting that the ‘Drain Sweeper’ former MCA Assemblyman Lim Gim Soon was also present.

Since MCA is so concerned about Father Julien’s contribution towards Heng Ee School, then tell me why immediately after Father Julien’s death, the new administration of Heng Ee Secondary School saw it fit to replace Good Friday as a school holiday with Qing Ming instead. The School has also converted the school Chapel into a classroom while the statue of the Virgin Mary has been blocked from view with a partition. I wonder what the Catholic Church in Penang has to say about this. More importantly, what the Lying Ugly Bitch Tan Cheng Liang has to say about this.

Isn’t all this and affront to the memory and sacrifices of Father Julien who had done so much for Heng Ee and Chinese education in Penang? MCA, if you really care for Father Julien and want to make noise why not get the Heng Ee Secondary School authorities to revert what they have done. If not, just fuck the hell up!

Harakahdaily) – Former Subang Jaya state assemblyman, MCA’s Lee Hwa Beng,
 

Hwa Beng

has appealed to Christian sentiments when he suggested on Twitter yesterday that a state based on Islam would ban all other religions.
“As Christians, we should fear Islamic theocracy nation more than anything. Why is DAP helping PAS to achieve it?” questioned Lee in a response to DAP supporters on the micro-blogging site.
Saying religions other than Islam would not be tolerated under what he coined “Islamic Theocracy State” and that Islamic laws would be imposed on non-Muslims, Lee even went on to claim that it was “God’s command” to fight an “Islamic Theocracy State”
Hwa Beng 

I should have stuck your photo above. You get the idea.
How stupid can you get? Or do you expect us be even more stupider than you, expecting us to buy your theology ? From who’s behind did you pull out this explanation – that God commands Christian to fight an Islam theocratic state?
Chua Soi Lek’s Labis flower behind?
Who is sending Muslim chaps to the Orang Asli, Sabah, Sarawak native women folk, charming them, marrying them, converting them to Islam, and then dumping them after that? The women folk, having converted, cannot return to their original religion?
Who forced Revathi to stay in a “Faith Rehabilitation Centers” when she didn’t want to remain a Muslim? Your mother, is it??!!!
Who gives benefit to the Muslim orang asli by building them brick houses; whilst the non-muslim orang asli has to remain in wood huts, right next door to his Muslim Orang Asli brother?
Who has held up Bibles and banned Allah?
Who swore in a mosque that he “never met that girl”, but is afraid to stand and face a public enquiry re: his possible role in the Mongolian Murder Mystery?
Who threatened civilians with severed cow heads?
Who damaged Indian temples?
Who caned the student for bringing non-halal food to school?
Are you so intoxicated by glue sniffing the smell emanating from Chua’s behind – what is it? Some kind of spaced out effect on your brains – cheaper than LSD is it?
Time and again you MCA butt smelling jokers keep proving that you guys are clear running dogs to UMNO.
“One of God’s command is to fight against Islamic Theocracy State,” he said.
He added that UMNO, unlike PAS, did not want to establish an “Islamic Theocracy State”.
Lee however was quick to add a ‘disclaimer’ stating that his remarks were his personal opinion.
“I never say I am against Islam but cannot accept PAS objective of Islamic Theocracy State. In fact I accept Islam as the official religion.”
“Sorry I bring this theocracy topic up. Getting out of hand. I am quitting.”
The latest remarks by Lee followed similar comments by MCA president Chua Soi Lek in August, in which he suggested Muslim-majority nations were naturally corrupt in an attempt to urge Malaysians to shun PAS.
Chua also claimed that it was UMNO’s competing with PAS over Islam which had caused the country to be trapped as a “middle income” nation for more than 10 years.
The comments drew strong reactions from both side of the political divide, and had left the one time Health minister blaming online portals Malaysiakini and The Malaysian Insider for ‘misquoting’ him.
At a time when our nation is seeing a rise in intolerant behaviour, crossing every cultural line, whether based on race, religion or sexual orientation, we seem simultaneously stuck with a national news media that is preoccupied with conflict and controversy when we desperately need one that weighs facts and reports fairly. A recent national news programme reinforced these concerns. Let me explain what I mean.
Imagine a respected television show or news magazine article with the title, Should Americans Fear Black People?
Imagine staccato hip-hop music for the teaser, with clips of black gang members toting guns, hanging around urban scenes, looking scary. Imagine the zoom-in close up of a shoulder tattoo, proclaiming “Thug for Life”.
As the host (some household name) opens the show, imagine that the white expert opining about the root causes of urban decay is a nationally recognised racist like, for instance, David Duke, a former Louisiana State Representative and a leader in the Ku Klux Klan – a once widespread white supremacy movement. With a straight face, and no sense of irony, the host solicits Duke’s views, and he proceeds to declare, “When the American people saw the Los Angeles riots, they received a peek into their future”, referring to the 1992 riots that erupted following the acquittal of four white police officers who were on trial for beating Rodney King, an African American motorist.
Imagine the television cameras going in search of voices of “real” black people. Where do they go? The ‘hood of course! I mean, where else do black people live?
The intrepid host invites regular Americans to ask the experts to explain black pathology: “Why is their rap music so degrading to women?” Cynthia from Wyoming wonders. “Why are so many blacks at the bottom of the economic and educational ladder?” Chuck from New York muses.
Is this starting to get a little uncomfortable? Of course it is. Just ask Don Imus, an American radio host fired in 2007 for making racist and sexist remarks, about the wisdom of indulging in racial stereotyping against blacks. Add Jews, Catholics, gays and others as well. Not a good idea.
Now replace black with Muslim, and that’s just about how ABC News treated Islam and Muslims on the recent television shows 20/20 and This Week with Christiane Amanpour.
There were the obligatory clips of terrorist training camps, the planes flying into the Twin Towers, the victims of so-called “honour killings”. The Muslim experts – looking officially “Islamic” in their long beards and hats – included one who declared that one day the flag of Islam would fly over the White House. The non-Muslim experts – Robert Spencer (a leading anti-Muslim advocate in the Park51 Islamic centre controversy), Ayaan Hirsi Ali (a prolific anti-Muslim writer) and Franklin Graham (who has said Islam “is a very evil and wicked religion”) – are well known, even famous, for spewing anti-Muslim hate.
Of course, these characters emphatically agreed with the caricatures with long beards and white hats, repeating the propaganda that Islam requires its adherents to dominate people. Among the “normal” Muslims interviewed were a woman in niqab (fewer than one per cent of Muslim women in America wear the full face veil and accompanying robes), and Muslims in the Muslim ”hood”, cities like Dearborn, Michigan and Patterson, New Jersey.
Do some Americans fear black people? For sure. But we don’t validate those fears by allowing them to be expressed with fake innocence on respected news shows. Why are fears of Muslims validated by television airings?
Are there criminals in America who are African American? Yes, again. But they’re not presented as representative figures of the community by reputable news programmes. Why do such shows go out of their way to find the scariest, most cartoonish Muslims possible and present them as spokespeople for Muslims?
No serious journalist would ask a random black guy with a briefcase on the street to explain the pathology of an African American criminal because of the coincidence of shared skin colour. But serious journalists called on ordinary Muslim Americans to explain the behaviour of homicidal maniacs and extremists, thereby making the link between the crazies and the mainstream community.
Are there people willing to offer all sorts of racist theories about black crime, from problems in black genes to deficiencies in black culture? Plenty. But the only time they show up on mainstream news shows are as examples of racism, not as experts on race.
We are having a national conversation about belonging. The threatened Qur’an burning in Florida and the controversy over the proposed Islamic centre in lower Manhattan are examples of this national conversation about whether America can stretch her arms wide enough to embrace Muslims too. Irresponsible and sensational depictions of Muslims in the popular media are not the cause of Islamophobia, but they certainly can make it worse. Recent news shows and media reports do nothing to shed light or understanding on this national conversation, which is too bad.
But the conversation must continue. And I hope it continues in our mosques, churches, synagogues and other holy places, with Americans of all faiths talking face to face about differences and about our shared humanity – free of the stereotypes that lately are so prominent in our television shows and magazines.
Representative Keith Ellison (D-MN) was the first Muslim elected to US Congress. This article is distributed by the Common Ground News Service (CGNews) with permission from the author.

Please quote me where the bible says so, otherwise I call you a liar.
Please don’t get Pastor Chew Weng Chee into problems lah… Don’t bother to come to church SIB Sunday and get all of us innocent Christians into problem…Just sit at home and have a good fark….
I know for a fact… what is Caesar give it to him … what is God’s give him… You want both…WHO THE FUCK YOU ARE
GO FUCK YOUR MOTHER YOU MOTHER FUCKER Wah Beng…wah wah wah… cry like a baby….. If I see you alone, I will give you a nice kiss on your acne cheeks

JOCELINE TAN IS GETTING READY TO TO PROSTITUTE HERSELF

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JOCELINE TAN IS GETTING READY TO TO PROSTITUTE HERSELF
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THIS IS JOCELINE TAN THE STAR PROSTITUTE’S PUSSY THE ANTI ISLAM WRITER HAS PUT UP FOR SALE HER PUSSY
Many people are of the opinion that JOCELINE TAN should have been matured enough by now, and therefore they must have certain degree of responsibility instead of behaving like a spoil child.looking for DICK it can be dangerous you can get AIDS TO A SLOW DEATH
JOCELINE TAN IS GETTING READY TO TO PROSTITUTE HERSELF

THIS IS JOCELINE TAN THE STAR PROSTITUTE’S PUSSY THE ANTI ISLAM WRITER HAS PUT UP FOR SALE
Many people are of the opinion that JOCELINE TAN should have been matured enough by now, and therefore they must have certain degree of responsibility instead of behaving like a spoil child.looking for DICK it can be dangerous you can get AIDS TO A SLOW DEATH
JOCELINE MENGEJAR TALIBAN
STAR paper reporter,. What else u can expect from her. The belongs to MCA, Isnt it? Another
Saya menerima SMS berikut sejurus selesai solat tarawih tadi yang berbunyi:
“Roslan dear I was right about your Taliban friend Nasrudin. Michael Learns to Rock not yellow culture la. Very mundane pop group. I think his serban too tight, constrict blood flow to brain.”
So, what is the issue here? Is the issue Islam? Is the issue about eradicating sin? Is the issue about not allowing vice in Malay neighbourhoods? Is Umno outraged that beer is being sold in ‘Malay’ Shah Alam? What is really the issue?
Joceline describe those who ordered Kartika’s caning as Talibans but without turban. Or what about the Sharia court lawyers who want the sentence to be carried out.There is a controversy sweeping Selangor state. Well, actually there are many controversies sweeping the state. But this particular controversy I am talking about involves the matter of the confiscation of beer.
As explained by the EXCO Member in charge of local government, Ronnie Liu, the confiscation was a mistake, an error of judgment of sorts, and the beer was ultimately returned to the owner the same day with an apology attached.
Furthermore, explained Ronnie, you need a licence to sell liquor. But beer does not come under the classification of liquor. So you do not need a licence to sell beer and therefore the government can’t confiscate beer even if the premises that is selling it does not have a liquor licence. This is not the law that Pakatan Rakyat made. This is the law that the Barisan Nasional government made.
But Umno is not about to allow the matter to end there. They want to organise a protest demonstration and they demand that PAS join them in this demonstration as proof that the Islamic party is committed to its Islamic agenda. Basically, Umno wants to pressure the Pakatan Rakyat state government into reversing its policy on ‘allowing’ beer to be sold in Selangor and it wants PAS to unite with Umno in propagating this stand.
The impression being created is that Umno is opposed to beer being sold in Selangor. But only today is it opposed to the sale of beer. For 51 years, when Selangor was under Umno, it was not opposed to the sale of beer. It is only opposed to the sale of beer now that it no longer rules the state.
Hasan Ali, the man behind the secret talks with Umno soon after the 8 March 2008 general election, has of course jumped onto the bandwagon in ‘defence’ of Islam. He wants Selangor to ban the sale of liquor and beer in the state, or at least in Malay-majority neighbourhoods or townships like Shah Alam.
That is all well and fine. I am certainly in support of eradicating immoral activities. And I will support not only Muslims but also Jews, Christians, Hindus, Buddhists and whatnot to see this happen.
But this is not what is behind the brouhaha. The issue is not about eradicating vice. It is about trying to embarrass the Pakatan Rakyat state government and in the same process create a rift between PAS and its other partners, DAP and PKR.
Kebetulan ada masalah teknikal dengan handphone saya lalu saya tidak dapat mengesan siapakah pengirim SMS tersebut. Namun dari gaya bahasanya saya dapat menduga dan pantas saya merujuk pada “name card holder” dalam kereta. Pengirimnya adalah wartawan kanan akhbar The Star: Joceline Tan.
SMS beliau merujuk kepada bantahan Dewan Pemuda PAS Pusat terhadap konsert kumpulan Michael Learns to Rock yang dijadual diadakan di Arena of Stars Genting Highlands dalam bulan Ramadhan yang mulia ini. Joceline melabelkan Nasruddin Tantawi, Ketua Dewan Pemuda PAS sebagai “taliban” maksudnya, ganas bagaikan taliban di Afghanistan.
Taliban adalah istilah popular yang digunakan oleh pihak-pihak tertentu untuk mengaitkan sesiapa sahaja yang bercadang membawa Islam yang pada pandangan mereka ganas, kasar dan ekstrim. PAS selalu menjadi sasaran dalam hal ini walaupun hakikatnya PAS adalah sebuah parti politik yang memohon kuasa melalui saluran demokrasi.
SMS Joceline ini mungkin sengaja mahu menjolok saya atau barangkali mahu bergurau senda. Tetapi saya tidak nampak humornya. Yang saya nampak adalah satu rangkaian ayat-ayat yang pedas dan menghina. Mengaitkan sikap Nasrudin dengan serba yang dipakainya bagi saya bukan lawak (sebelum ini pun Tok-tok Guru PAS sering dilontarkan serangan yang sama).
Saya membalas SMS nya:
“Very harsh choice of words i c”
(Saya melihat (anda) memilih ayat-ayat yang keras (pedas))
Dalam erti kata lain saya tidak berhasrat memanjangkan bualan memandangkan beliau memilih serangan yang sedemikian rupa. Namun beliau beri respon juga pada SMS saya:
“Still defending your Talibhan friend I see”
During the time of the Prophet Mohammed, the storyteller was valued more than the swordsman. Through poetry and eloquence, the speaker used his artistry to weave words and rhyme like magic, often enthralling the audience as he used fiction and history proudly to narrate his tribe’s triumphs and tragedies.
Yet many modern Muslims have decried creative endeavours such as music, filmmaking, acting and theatre as “un-Islamic”. However, the watershed victory of President Obama in 2008 ushered in a new generation comprising vibrant, progressive Muslim artists who use their talents to redefine a bold new vision of art. One that reclaims their hijacked heritage, restores dignity to Islam and Muslims, deconstructs stereotypes and uses art as a means to build bridges of understanding.
When the two towers fell in New York, they took with them the inhibitions of many fear-mongering and prejudiced Islamaphobes who were given a licence under the Bush era to publicly spew vitriol against Islam and Muslims as harbingers of terror and cultural stagnation.
A narrative was immediately set, casting the protagonists as the West – a nebulous and nonsensical term referring to America and select parts of Europe – and the antagonists as Muslims and immigrants.
Unfortunately, Hollywood often tried progressive open-mindedness, but routinely failed, aside from the excellent Syriana starring George Clooney. In trying to portray Muslims positively, most mainstream Hollywood features can only muster depictions of Arabs against a backdrop of terrorism and extremism. It should surprise no one that a 2009 ABC poll revealed that 48 per cent of Americans don’t hold a favourable opinion of Islam; more than 50 per cent don’t know a single Muslim; and nearly 29 per cent believe mainstream Islam advocates violence.
However, because of the backlash against Muslims after 9/11, many Muslims renounced the traditional career path and opted for more challenging roles in the arts and media. Throughout history, marginalised groups and oppressed minorities have used art as a means to fight back against intolerance. The ingredients that fuel such sentiments are generally political – random profiling at the airport, for example – as well as a renewed respect for one’s identity, culture and people. The phase that many Muslims went through from 2001 to 2007 was a necessary step for artistic evolution, as it contained righteous indignation against inequality, vocal affirmation for one’s religious and racial identity, and healthy doses of political activism.
Around 2002, the world was introduced to Muslim comedy, as Preacher Moss, an African American convert to Islam and stand-up comedian, and Azhar Usman, a South Asian Muslim who was a licensed attorney, premiered their comedy show Allah Made Me Funny to sell-out audiences. In Canada, Zarqa Nawaz premiered her successful sitcom Little Mosque in the Prairie, which centres on a fictional Muslim community coexisting with non-Muslim neighbours. As a practising Muslim who covers her hair, Nawaz wisely followed in the footsteps of Bill Cosby, who revolutionised and humanised the depiction of African Americans with his landmark comedy show by portraying them as educated, affluent members of society.
Humour, however, is not the only vehicle for Muslims to reorient the dialogue with non-Muslims. Dr Naif Al-Mutawa decided Muslim children needed their own Batman and Superman and created “The 99”, the first team of Muslim superheroes. Willow Wilson, an American convert to Islam, is the first Muslim comic book writer for a major comic company, DC, where she premiered her graphic novel, Cairo, depicting modern day Egyptian society as a chaotic yet tremendously vibrant Muslim society rife with religiosity, corruption, political instability, jinns and many, many shishas. Wilson also penned her honest and uplifting memoir Butterfly Mosque which chronicles her conversion to Islam and embraces – not demonises – both Muslims and the West as critical foundations for her spiritual journey.
Despite these numerous successes, some Muslims still demand all expressions of art be used as vehicles for dawah – a call and invitation to Islam. This myopic lens of viewing art and the world straitjackets many Muslim artists. Many artists I have talked to feel an undue pressure to make all their works halal, so to speak. No wonder Yusuf Islam made the wise decision to perform simply as Yusuf on his excellent new CD, Roadsinger, and remove the glaring emphasis away from his religion. His peaceful lyrics and soulful voice do all the talking instead.
Muslim art must open up to include rich and diverse voices who represent the gamut of the Muslim experience. Landmark events such as New York’s Muslim Voices and Washington DC’s Arabesque understand this initiative. They invite artistic talent from around the Muslim world in a desire to establish influential cultural dialogue that engages both Muslims and non-Muslims as audiences and financial supporters. These watershed cultural movements realise that the Muslim community, much like the world, is a vast and multicultural playground where not every artistic expression necessarily shines through traditional means. The artistic expression of Muslims should be more proactive and progressive and not solely focused on Islamic dawah.
For example, the Kominas, a Punjabi taqwacore punk band, sport mohawks and tattoos as they thrash on stage singing Suicide Bomb the Gap. Although they might appear un-Islamic, their music and lyrics are thoroughly informed by their upbringing as Muslims in America.
Like a number of minority groups, Muslims often resent airing dirty laundry. Showing the warts and fissures of their communities is seen as shameful. However, so is the reality of honour killing, domestic abuse, racism, misogyny, and sectarian violence. By exposing these warts through honesty, humour and realistic, flawed Muslim characters, Muslims will cease feeling alienated and instead find empathy with audiences who can identify with their triumphs and tragedies.
It is with this intention that I wrote the play, The Domestic Crusaders, which is premiering on September 11 in New York. Described by one reviewer as “one of the first major Muslim American plays”, it draws on the rich tradition of American and Muslim storytelling. The play takes place in modern day, post 9/11 America and features three generations of a Muslim American family who convene at the family home to celebrate the birthday of the youngest son, Ghafur. Throughout the day, the six members – all diverse, passionate and Muslim – reveal secrets and gain awareness as they struggle to assert their own identities and beliefs, while maintaining the thread that connects them to one another. None of the Muslim characters is perfect. They are flawed, hypocritical, judgemental, insecure and at times racist. They are also passionate, intelligent, humane, tolerant and colourful.
Following in the footsteps of Muslim artists past and present, a new generation seeks to voice the reality of the Islamic experience. In the US, we are trying to move away from focusing on 9/11 as a day of horror, and instead make it a day to recommit ourselves to national service. It seems a good day as well to open Domestic Crusaders in New York. We too suffered on 9/11, but that is not all there is to our story; our story is constantly being written, and sung, and acted, and performed
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