Presiden MCA Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek.Sexiest man of all time
PIG IS THE MOST SHAMELESS ANIMAL
The pig is the most shameless animal on the face of the earth. It is the only animal that invites its friends to have sex with its mate. It feels no jealousy. And among people who consume pork, the practice of wife swapping and other forms of promiscuous behaviour is common.
Tanpa menamakan secara jelas, Mohd Ridhuan dalam tulisan yang disiar akhbar Sinar Harian kelmarin menggambarkan pihak yang dimaksudkannya adalah ‘penzina’ dan yang ‘berlatar belakang menjijikkan’.Kolumnis media Prof Madya Dr. Mohd Ridhuan Tee Abdullah baru-baru ini menyelar pihak yang lantang menghina Islam khususnya hudud dan memberikan amaran kepada mereka.
Katanya parti-parti politik atau orang bukan Islam boleh memberikan teguran dalam perkara lain seperti salah tadbir urus, salah laku peribadi, rasuah dan sebagainya yang dilakukan oleh sesiapa sahaja, tetapi bila tiba kepada perkara berkaitan agama Islam, ‘jangan terlalu kurang ajar’.
“Apatah lagi jika yang menegur itu, latar belakangnya amat menjijikkan. Seks rambang dan perzinaan sudah menjadi budaya hidupnya.
“Saya masih lagi boleh bersabar jika mereka tidak menerima ‘hudud Pas’. Tetapi cara mereka bercakap tidak menampakkan rujukan kepada ‘hudud PAS’, tetapi menghina Islam secara keseluruhan dan isi kandung al-Quran. Perbuatan ini amat melampau,” tulisnya.
Biarpun tidak dinyata dengan jelas siapa sasaran tulisannya, namun ianya dipercayai ditujukan kepada Presiden MCA Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek.
Ini kerana, dalam tulisannya itu beliau merujuk kepada kenyataan yang mendakwa pelaksanaan hukum hudud akan membawa kepada kemusnahan ekonomi negara dan binasa diri.
Ianya termasuk dakwaan bahawa pelabur-pelabur akan meninggalkan Malaysia manakala negara akan berhadapan dengan “binasa diri” jika hukum hudud dilaksanakan di Malaysia yang pernah diucap Soi Lek pada satu forum di Wisma MCA baru-baru ini.
“Jangan bermain dengan api wahai penzina. Ini bukan kali pertama beliau mengeluarkan kenyataan yang menghina Islam. Apakah kita boleh menerima kenyataan seperti pelabur-pelabur akan meninggalkan Malaysia manakala negara akan berhadapan dengan ‘binasa diri’ jika hukum hudud dilaksanakan di Malaysia.
“Persoalan saya, apakah Malaysia akan menjadi daya tarikan pelabur-pelabur dengan lambakan pelacur-pelacur yang datang daripada Cina dan Vietnam yang datang ‘memberi khidmat’?
“Apa matlamat sebenar membawa masuk mereka ini? Apakah mungkin beliau turut melanggan kerana memang menjadi kesukaannya menyimpan mistres?” soalnya lagi.
Dalam nada tegas, beliau yang juga penyarah di Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia turut mengingatkan pihak tersebut tidak mencampuri urusan orang Islam khususnya berkaitan dengan soal hudud.
Apatah lagi katanya jika seseorang itu berlainan bidang kepakaran, maka sewajarnya tidak perlu banyak mengulas tentang bidang yang lain.
“Jika bidang beliau mengenai kesihatan seperti mana jawatan yang pernah dipegang sebelum ini, lebih baik dia bercakap mengenai keburukan yang dibawa hasil seks luar nikah atau seks rambang atau penzinaan,” tegasnya.
Soi lek sebelum ini juga mendakwa sistem perundangan itu tidak adil kepada semua pihak khususnya ke atas kaum wanita selain mengenakan hukuman-hukuman kejam yang jelas bercanggah dengan konvensyen antarabangsa.
Selain itu beliau turut meramalkan bahawa pasaran saham akan jatuh antara 10 hingga 20 peratus jika hukum hudud digubal dan ia juga akan memberi kesan ke atas kewangan pelabur-pelabur tempatan.
“Wah! bukan main pandai lagi beliau meramal seperti nujum.
“Justeru, tunggu apa lagi, marilah kita bersama-sama tanpa mengira parti dan ideologi, mempertahankan Islam yang semakin lama semakin berani dimamah dan diratah oleh ultra kiasu yang wujud di mana-mana, termasuk dalam Barisan Nasional,” kata Ridhuan.M.C .A DUCKS POLITICAL HURRICANE RIDE, BEGGARS, RIDE ON MALAY MUSLIMS FOR YOUR VOTES
Malaysians should refrain from playing up religious issues in public as this can lead to “very serious quarrels”, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today.
“I really don’t know about this but I hope that these religious matters are left out.Jangan kacaulah(Leave it be).
“I don’t like this bringing in of either Islam or Christianity or whatever religion into our relations with each other,” he told reporters at the Palace of the Golden Horses here.
The former prime minister was responding to a report in the New York Times in which Christians here claimed that they are being used as “pawns” to win the Muslim vote in the next general election.
“The present climate and mood is more political than anything else,” Rev Lawrence Andrew, editor of Catholic weekly The Herald, told the US daily.
“They are thinking that it will unite the Muslims together, but I don’t think that any Malaysians buy it. It’s a political game.”
Dr Mahathir pointed out that Malaysians followed many different creeds and any attempt to exploit religious differences would have undesirable consequences.
“We are followers of different religions and when you have religious quarrels, it can be very, very serious. So let’s not hear about such attempts,” he said.
Tension between Muslims and Christians has been escalating ever since state Islamic religious officials raided a Petaling Jaya church in August alleging attempts to convert Muslims there.
Ruling Malay party Umno also claimed that the opposition DAP is an “agent of Christianisation” with plans to install a Christian prime minister.
A PAS-linked blogger did not mince his words when he labelled a veteran party leader as an Umno agent within Pakatan Rakyat. According to the blogger, who uses the monicker Tulang Besi, it is an open secret that Selangor exco for religious affairs Hasan Ali works for the other side. In a posting on his … Read more
No, I’m not perfect. It is only this big. The lie la. What you think I was talking about? Muslims cried foul and accused UMNO of betraying the Muslims, who always supported the party, by aligning with MCA president Chua Soi Lek on their plight and promises to redress all their grievances are made by almost … Read more
DATUK CHUA TEE YONG SAID OPEN INFIDELITY IS GOOD FOR RELATIONSHIPS FATHER WAS AN OBVIOUS EXAMPLE TO FOLLOW FOR GOOD OR FOR BAD.
you an idiot? No, I’m not perfect. It is only this big. The lie la. What you think I was talking about? This was banned in government offices in 1985 my father think about sex every 7 seconds? Are men more promiscuous than women? Do men fake it too? If these are some of the questions bothering you … Read more
TUN DR MAHATHIR MOHAMAD THE NEW MALAY DILEMMA MIC AND MCA HAS BECAME IRRELEVANT A BURDEN TO UMNO NOW
Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today he has revisited his controversial book, “The Malay Dilemma”, as there “are things that constitute a new Malay dilemma.” The former prime minister had said in March during the launch of his memoirs “A Doctor In The House” that “when you are poor, you have a dilemma and when …Read more
In a case of naked political ambition, female fans of Vladimir Putin are being urged to strip down to show their support for the Russian prime minister.
Supporters launched an online campaign asking young women to take it all off for Putin, who is mulling a bid to retake the Russian presidency.
A video featuring a brunette student named Diana appeared on a lawmaker’s site on Sunday, London’s Telegraph reported.
The woman wearing a suit takes out a white top and writes on it, “I will tear my clothes off for Putin.”
Then she starts to strip.
The group behind the video, which identifies itself as “Putin’s Army,” said its goal is to show that Putin is supported by “beautiful, young and smart girls.”
The campaign promises girls a chance to win an iPad2 if they strip for Putin before the vote next March.
“Every girl will be on the Internet – a star!” the site promises.
Putin now has a traditionally ceremonial position in the Russian government but is widely considered a major decision-maker.
He was the country’s president from 2000-2008 before his handpicked successor took over.
Amidst the frenzy of draconian measures to prevent the July 9 Bersih rally from taking place, many Malaysians have begun to wonder: Has Malaysia descended into a state of lawlessness?
No sooner had Home Minister declared that wearing the yellow Bersih T-shirt was illegal, the Inspector General of Police up the ante by announcing that even “shoes, cars, buses or any medium that promote the Bersih rally are illegal, as this amounts to sedition”, and he said the people involved will be arrested.
To date, more than a hundred people have been arrested all over the country in the past four days, mainly for wearing the yellow Bersih shirts.
To me, this sounds like someone speaking and acting as if he is the absolute monarch who can order the arrest of anyone at his whims, and whose word is law. For nowhere in the Malaysian law can you find a provision that allow a minister or a police officer to declare an item such as the Bersih shirt illegal or to arrest someone before a crime is committed or suspected to have been committed. The Bersih rally is not even held, so how can a crime be committed in connection with the rally?
BERSIH ABOVE BOARD
So, what has driven the Minister and the IGP into such extreme conduct of resorting to brazenly unlawful exercise of power?
Is Bersih a terrorist organization that plots to overthrow the government by violence? Is Bersih calling people to break laws and create chaos? What terrible deeds have Bersih done to cause such phobia in the authorities that they should strike at everything that moves, so to speak, that smells of Bersih?
None of that.
Bersih is a civil society movement participated by sixty two non-government organizations to campaign for electoral reforms. . And the July 9 rally is specifically called to address the problem of the authorities’ recalcitrance to institute any form of reform. Despite persistent requests over many years, the Election Commission and the incumbent ruling coalition Barisan Nasional have not moved even one inch towards reforming an electoral system that has been reduced to a complete farce through ever escalating vote-buying, abuse of power and massive rigging.
With such noble intention, how could Bersih be branded as anything other than a respectable body that works towards restoration of democracy and return of political power to the people? It should be obvious by now that without free and fair election, political power is vested in a few incumbent leaders, not with the people.
And when such a respectable body calls for a rally to highlight its cause to the nation, how can such a rally be taboo, and everything connected with it be decreed illegal?
Up to now, the incumbent hegemon Umno and the police have not come up with an iota of credible evidence that the Bersih rally is anything but a peaceful and honourable gathering, called in accordance with the right endowed by the Constitution to every citizen. Regretably, the police have so far conducted themselves as a force serving Umno’s parochial political interests, in direct confrontation with the interests of the masses.
AUTHORITIES’ EXCUSES INCREDULOUS
The excuses given so far to justify arrest and to label the rally illegal are laughable and carry no credibility – accusations such as a communist plot to wage war against the Agong, a movement aided by foreign Christian bodies to subvert the country, an event that will jeopardize public order and national security, and cause economic damage.
These tales of impending threats and calamities are so far-fetched that they are not only disbelieved by decent Malaysians, but also reflect the paucity of rationale of the incumbent power to justify their condemnation and clampdown on the movement.
That their excuses to crucify the Bersih rally are rubbish is amply manifested in the admirable political and economic well being of those democratic countries where such peaceful rallies are part and parcel of their democratic way of life. Look at our regional neighbor Hong Kong. Rallies of a few hundred thousand people to demonstrate against the Hong Kong or Chinese government are routinely staged there, and yet there was not the slightest indication that public order was affected or businesses harmed. On the contrary, Hong Kong continues to enjoy ever increasing prosperity and stability.
So, what is Umno afraid of?
The honest truth and the bottom line is: Umno has no confidence to politically survive a free and fair election.
That is why it has not yielded an inch in the direction of moving Malaysian election to a more level-playing field, and it has no intention to do so in the future.
Umno also realizes that it has committed too many wrongs that betray the people’s interest, and more people have come to know of these through the fast growing alternative media. Combined with the growing influence of opposition alliance Pakatan Rakyat, the coming rally could be a powerful demonstration of the people’s will to reclaim sovereignty from the long-reigning kleptocracy through electoral reforms.
That is something that Umno does not want to see happening.
NO WIN FOR UMNO
We can hence expect that Umno will continue to step up pressure against Bersih by manipulating compliant institutions such as police and judiciary, at the expense of the Constitution and law, to stifle the Bersih move.
But Umno is in a no-win situation. To be faithful to the Constitution which means that the peaceful rally must be allowed to proceed, Umno dreads to see a mammoth assembly that could be demoralizing to its dwindling supporters. On the hand, a brutal repression that breaks all laws may kindle public fury to an explosive state with unpredictable consequences. Even if it succeeds in suppressing the rally, it can only bring temporary relief to Umno, as the ugly scenes of unjustified cruelty and transgression of law and fundamental human rights will be mercilessly bared for all to see, thanks to modern IT technology, reminiscent of the Tahrir square uprising and the subsequent revolutionary fire that has spread across the entire Arab world. By that time, Umno and BN’s popular support may have so dwindled that even the status quo of skewed election and stooge institutions cannot save it from an electoral defeat.
I am confident that the majority of Malaysians has already reached such a level of political consciousness that the will of the people will prevail to make July 9 rally an important turning point in our struggle to reclaim democracy and sovereignty for the people.
Every country goes through a crisis now and then. Malaysia is in the middle of one. It is a crisis that can be easily resolved. Bersih will stand down, if the Government of Malaysia promises to review and implement reforms to the Electoral Process to ensure Free and Fair Elections.
But our government will not budge. They insist that the Electoral Roll is clean. There is no hanky panky. There is nothing to change. Malaysians must accept that without question. It is the same concerning Royalty and Religion. You should never question these two institutions.
Today, everything is still force-fed, shoved down our throats. Malaysians are groomed never to question the status quo. You have no rights. To the non-Malays, you are free to leave this country if you are not happy with the order of things. To the Malays, they must discipline themselves to follow the Masterplan set out by UMNO since independence; that is to be a practising Muslim and practise Malay customs and traditions. Do not ape the West, as they are decadent, practise Devil Worship, Free Sex and are all doomed to Hell. Be a good boy and do not question UMNO’s wisdom.
More than 50,000 Silat exponents are prepared to “wage war” with Bersih activists next Saturday, Utusan Malaysiareported today.
The Mahaguru (grandmaster) of the Pertubuhan Seni Silat Lincah Malaysia (PSSLM) Omardin Mauju said that the exponents were the third line of defence in the country, after the police and military, to ensure national security.“We maintain our stand to go to ‘war’ if they still want to proceed with this illegal rally. If it happens, I cannot guarantee I can control the emotions of my members because they have been taught to act when faced with opposition.”
The Mahaguru, a Tan Sri wants to whack the living daylights out of Bersih activists for participating in a Democracy March. Silat, an Art of Self Defence is now being used to launch a pre-emptive strike. A chop, chop here and a chop, chop there, and then some flying kicks everywhere as they have been taught to respond when faced with opposition.
And all the while we thought that Silat is actually practised for self-defense. Why would they also want to go to war? Bersih marchers only have yellow T-shirts as weapons, while the Silat Lincah, a lethal Ninja-style group gets to chop and kick around. Imagine Ambiga, Teresa Kok and Nurul Izzah Anwar forced to defend themselves against these lethal Silat exponents?
A clean government is no good
Nowadays, there is more opposition against a clean government, fairly elected political leaders, democratic reforms, meritocracy, equality, honest and democratic policies and corrupt-free governance. One wonders why?
Some Malaysians are so used to a despotic regime, that a Clean Government sounds so alien to them. They have forgotten about Justice, Fair-play, and a secured future for their families and themselves. Some of them are so desperate that they will do anything for a couple of ringgit. They look to short-term gains, which will satisfy their hungry tummies. They have no master-plan for their future and they are too lazy to use their brains to think one step ahead.
They are arrogant, self-egoistic, ignorant and stubborn and are natural bullies. They rather defend their own beliefs than to accept a second opinion. They also light up at the sight of money, and willingly sell their souls to get their grubby hands on some cash.
Growing up with a siege mentality, they struggle daily to maintain their sanity as long as they can grease their hands with money that will satisfy their ever hungry quest. Obviously, not very bright, they can still force a nation to accept their ridiculous excuses of a Communist threat, terrorist threat, waging wars on the King, a national security threat and revolutionary threats.
Knowing that the Malaysian public is wary of their antics, they never fail to use the Race and Religion card to propagandize their evil designs. These same people who try to sell their image as a holy practising Muslim, unwilling to embrace Democracy for the sake of protecting the Race and Religion.
State mufti’s, religious clerics, academic lecturers, political analysts, pro-Govt journalists, mosquito political parties and NGOs have joined the chorus to criticize the Bersih March as dirty, unIslamic and illegal.
A Pandora’s Box it cannot close
The Police meanwhile have stepped up harassment and arrests on innocent civilians and political leaders, as well as Bersih Organizers. Invoking the harshest laws to quell dissent, they hope to break the political will of the people.
There is no doubt about it that Bersih 2.0 has opened up a Pandora Box. Unwittingly opened by BN itself, due to its anti-rally vehemence, BN is now hard-pressed to close the box again.
Bersih has now found a life of its own and is starting to snowball into a mammoth event. With unexpected mass news coverage and media spotlight, the MARCH has achieved its objective to alert the nation that all the existing electoral hanky panky has to be reformed. The process and system must be overhauled and revamped.
Complacent Malaysians are starting to wake up. The tide is turning and a mini tsunami is starting to gather strength. Let’s hope it will swarm all over the Peninsular and continue all the way to the beautiful shores of Sabah and Sarawak as well. SALAM BERSIH!
Thousands of women across the globe are marching in protest against the idea that what they wear and how they behave makes them a target for sexual assault. Popularly called Slut-Walks, these marches have garnered media attention and hype as much for the controversial name as for the provocative dressing – rather, undressing – women have chosen as a form of protest.
The global feminist protest was triggered by a Canadian police officer, who, in a talk on public safety delivered at York University in Toronto, suggested women should avoid dressing like ‘sluts’ if they wished to avoid sexual assaults – thus effectively blaming women for rapes and absolving men of responsibility.
The officer was made to apologise instantly, but the incident had fired up women’s ire against the centuries-old ‘She asked for it’ excuse men give for rapes. Viral communication effectively did the rest to translate the movement into the biggest global feminist movement the world has seen in decades.
The outburst of protest originating in Canada SlutWalked its way to the US, Europe and on to England last weekend. And now, Delhi will soon see its own SlutWalk
Of course it is ludicrous to suggest that a woman invites sexual aggression against herself. Nothing justifies rape. Moreover, rape is as much part of the world where women traditionally cover themselves from head to toe as it is of the world where they wear barely-there clothes. But equally ludicrous is the manner in which women around the world have reacted – by taking off clothes and adopting the ‘slut’ word as signifying their right to dress as they please without attracting judgment. Donning fishnets, bras, stilettos and even going naked, they have ironically proved the veracity of the Canadian cop’s statement.
The one thing SlutWalks across the globe have proved, unfortunately, is that the quickest and most effective way for women to grab headlines is to shed clothes. By parading around half-naked and proclaiming themselves ‘sluts’, these women have rolled back the work of serious feminists by a good many years.
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