Hornbill Unleashed

June 27, 2014

‘Screaming radicals sowing division among us’

Filed under: Politics — Hornbill Unleashed @ 8:00 AM
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malaysia_flag_bible_300Iskandar Dzulkarnain

Once, we were proud of our country,but today we are bogged down by racial and religious turmoil.

Malaysia was once a promising country with a boisterous economy and a budding democracy. And to make it even better, Najib gave us 1Malaysia and Endless Possibilities. So why have things gone so wrong?

Today the country seems stuck in a mire of racial and religious turmoil worked up by right wing politicians and NGOs that are obviously friendly to them but whose leaders swear they are neutral and bipartisan. We sometimes wonder how these NGOs can find so much time and money to organise all their protests.

There was a time when Muslims were not the majority. Today, however, they form more than 60% of the population, and some of them think that gives them the right to tell the minorities to take a walk. Suddenly, Malaysia belongs only to the Malays and must forever be under Malay rule.

Has anyone bothered to check whether the statistics are accurate and to ask whether we should allow these radicals to be let loose to sow division among us?

Actually, Malaysia is so peaceful and secure that bored politicians with nothing to do are fighting over one word which they say belongs to the majority. Sabah and Sarawak cannot interfere because Christians there are not bound by the Allah ruling. So, it seems, they should stop complaining. After all, as bumiputeras, they are special compared to their Christian brothers in the peninsula.

The Malays know that these NGOs and so-called Islamic authorities are making a mockery of the religion but have refrained from speaking up. It is in awareness of this meekness of the Malays that these radicals continue to scream out their silly arguments. This is typical of the way Umno operates.

Of course the Malays feel offended, but since they are too shy to speak up, they leave it to Muslim organisations like PAS to do so on their behalf. But PAS has become as timid as a mouse. Even though the mockery and insults to Muslim intelligence are as glaring as the noon sun, PAS leaders, except for a handful, have chosen to keep quiet.

What is PAS so afraid of? The fact that 52% of Malaysians voted for the opposition during GE13 shows mathematically that more Malays are rejecting BN.

Puppets on a string

This entire ruckus is just a ploy to embed in the minds of the non-Malays that the entire Malay race supports Umno. It is nothing but a feeble attempt to divide the nation, but the Malays are not falling for it. The non-Malays, however, are like puppets on a string, reacting aggressively to meet the threat and thereby falling into the trap.

The whole hubbub is pure mischief meant to distract attention from national issues like runaway corruption, GST and price hikes. See how fast Umno abandoned its attempt to table a hudud bill when the Selangor Speaker accepted the proposal?

Now that the Federal Court has decided there will be no review of the Allah ruling, Malaysians should give the matter a rest. Don’t blame the judges as they too have to toe the line.

And the Bible Society of Malaysia, knowing full well that it can never win its fight with  Mais and Jais, should apply the Hannah Yeoh principle. It can forgive them again and tell them to keep the Bibles with its blessings or donate them to churches in Indonesia.

It would be pointless to condemn Mais and Jais as they too are pawns in a chess match.

Without any fuel to keep the fire burning, the radical groups will run out of issues to raise.

If the Catholic Church still feels short changed, it can propose a religious enactment guaranteeing “no compulsion in Catholicism” but disallowing the proselytising of its members.

It can also call for “God” to be for the exclusive use of Christians, “Buddha” for Buddhists only and “Atheos” for Atheists. Once there is a set of religious laws to govern each religion, maybe the majority will start to keep their distance.

Perhaps it is time to let the Muslims think that the non-Malays are also absurd when it comes to religious issues. And then one day we will realise we are all arguing like children over spilt milk.

We should ignore these radicals by pretending to be 1Malaysians and pray hard that Allah will forgive them.

Najib has impressed upon us that Malaysia is a land of endless possibilities and everyone should take advantage of these possibilities. These radical NGOs have been making use of such possibilities to great effect. What are the rest of us waiting for? Saving these possibilities for a rainy day?


  1. Don’t worry because the lazy idiots will become more lazy and breed more lazy idiots, while the smart and hard-working ones will become mentally and physically stronger and stronger. NEP drugs will eventually wipe out all the lazy / stupid and uncivilized idiots.

    Comment by tigerykey — June 29, 2014 @ 1:46 PM | Reply

    • You’re wrong. The NEP will not wipe them out but will have the opposite effect. They don’t need to fend for themselves because they are mollycoddled by the NEP, and so they will breed like flies. This is just like the situation of all these bleeding heart charities feeding starving African refugees that end up making them dependent on the charities for handouts. With no need to fend for themselves, they breed like flies, which required more handouts, which leads to another population explosion, which required even more handouts, and on and on it goes.

      Comment by Hornbill Leashed and Gagged — June 29, 2014 @ 10:58 PM | Reply

      • Yes, we shouldn’t allow these parasites and germs to breed. Once they breed exponentially, they spread their diseases and swallow up everything on the way. This is something very negative we should not ignore. Either we wipe them out of we get out of this bad situation. I reiterate, secession is still the best and wisest way out.

        Comment by Sharpshooter — June 30, 2014 @ 7:58 AM | Reply

  2. 1Malaysia met an untimely death the moment DPM said he was malay first, malaysian second.

    Comment by Brazuka — June 28, 2014 @ 6:56 PM | Reply

  3. As I said, just get out of this damned country. Secession is the best way out of this stupid mess.

    Comment by Sharpshooter — June 27, 2014 @ 9:36 PM | Reply

  4. The gist of it is that we have a corrupt government which is rotten to the core. They are desperate to hang on to power because they cannot take away their hands from our cookie jar. And they willingly use whatever means, fair and foul, to sustain their positions. Only we the people can kick them out. But many of us are too stupid to understand that and continue to give our votes to the BN.

    Comment by apai — June 27, 2014 @ 1:23 PM | Reply

  5. Najib’s endless possibilities include asking malays to emulate the bravery of ISIL militants.

    Comment by Helmi Galak — June 27, 2014 @ 11:20 AM | Reply

    • I think MAIS and JAIS should be more concern about the emergence of Muslim militants in Malaysia.
      They are the threat to true Islam, not the Christians,

      Comment by Jaili Din — June 30, 2014 @ 12:18 PM | Reply

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