Monday, May 9, 2011

Death penalty for treason

Christian leaders’ meeting with CM turns controversial

KUALA LUMPUR: A meeting between the Penang Chief Minister and Christian leaders has turned into a controversy with claims that the participants discussed making Christianity the official religion.

The meeting was front-paged by Utusan Malaysia which quoted two blogs making such a claim.

However, Penang CM Lim Guan Eng dismissed the report as a fabrication.

He described such irresponsible reporting as playing dangerous politics.

The DAP secretary-general said the party would lodge a police report against the daily over the matter.

“We have never asked for Malaysia to become a Christian, Hindu or Buddhist state,” Lim said yesterday.

The organisers of the meeting were the National Evangelical Christian Fellowship, Global Day of Prayer, Marketplace Penang and Penang Pastors Fellowship.

They, too, denied the claims, saying: “The Christian community in Penang is disturbed by the unwarranted and unsupported claims.

“The seminar was organised to discuss and address the issue of bribery and corruption in the marketplace and had nothing to do with political succession.”

Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein has described the purported meeting of pastors as serious.

He said any action by followers of a religion would invite reactions from followers of others.

“The status of Islam as the official religion is sacrosanct and can never and must never be questioned.

“The police must investigate whether or not such a meeting took place and whether or not this movement is under way.

“Such a movement is seditious and places the entire country in danger,” he said.

Deputy Inspector-General of Police Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar, however, cautioned the public from playing up sensitive issues.

“Don’t play with fire, or you might end up being burnt. We will not allow people to deliberately exploit this issue,” he said.

MCA Youth Chief Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong described the report by Utusan as provocative, saying the newspaper should be more professional in its reports and not base them on blog posts.

Party presidential council member Tan Sri Dr Fong Chan Onn said there was nothing wrong for religious groups to meet with political parties.

“MCA can meet with Christians, Muslims and members of other faiths. Utusan should not impute any religious motives,” he said.

Anglican Bishop of West Malaysia Ng Moon Hing said Christians had never challenged Islam as the official religion and had no plans to do so.

Police reports were also made by Malay and Muslim rights groups Perkasa and Pembela, urging authorities to examine the validity of the article.

“This has to be investigated. If this is true, we have to be careful,” said Pembela president Dr Yusri Mohamad.
The Star

One thought came to mind. The Internal Security Act (I.S.A.). Where is I.S.A.? I can't seem to find it since the new Home Minister had been appointed to his post.

A new law called the Treason Act should also be implemented where traitors of our beloved nation should be executed by shooting in the head.

If cruelty is what they want to do, then cruelty is what we must do!


  1. This Christian leaders meeting is one of DAP's psy-war at work...and I believe it was held with a little bit of help in strategical planning by the head Imam or Priest (or whatever he wants to choose) of Liberal Islam of the country.

    The DAP is looking into using the religious card with the help of the Priest of Liberal Islam because he is very well versed in the subject, and assure him he will be selected to become the first president of Malaysia.

    Regardless whether the news is true or otherwise, the perception have been cast that the Muslim majority is at least always suspicious of followers of other religions.

    The DAP being racist, knows very well the power of perception among people, and they are using it on religion now as a trump card to garner foreign help when need be.

    If the current Malaysian government is seen as repressing religions other than Islam, it will open the avenue for the super powers of the world to intervene a la Libya and crush the country's legitimately selected government.

    I am definitely sure the parties involved in this plot will make the plan happen as the election in Sarawak showed that the DAP was not really successful in the rural areas, and they need a drastic move to ensure that they could take over the country.

    No mention of PKR and PAS? Why should I, as these two are just stool pigeons for DAP and would be sidelined if Pakatan succeed in achieving their ambitions of taking Putrajaya.

    By then the constitution would be changed, the Malay Rulers chased out of the country, Anwar Ibrahim selected as President, and after he dies, the Chinese led by DAP will rule the country till kingdom come.

    How could this happen? The Malays simply don't have the financial might to compete with the Chinese collective wealth to win back the country.

    Then, menangis ayor mate daghah pon tak begune lagi....


  2. Bro/Sis Anon. That is a really dangerous game that they are playing.

    Bro/Sis Anon. Yeah the DAP leaders should be shot to death for treason.


Say whatever that is on your mind. Heck! This is a free country after all. If the racists Chinese can swear at the Malays as much as they want, we can do that as well.

However, I will not be held responsible to whatever that you have to say. The comment is solely the private opinion of the author.