Thursday, January 28, 2010

Neither a Racist nor Bigot Be

The original post has been removed.

I had intended the post as a call to blogsmasters to refrain from resorting to invectives, expletives and offensive phrases in their posts, especially those explicitly directed to race and religion.

While that is your privilege, we can display decency and civility.

To Gopal Raj Kumar, for which the original post was intended, I am truly humbled by your keen sense of fairplay and astute understanding of sensitivities as they arise.

It is an honour to grace your blog.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Zionist Hegemony - The ZPC

Tun MM today called upon Jewish President Barack Obama to keep his word.

Speaking at a conference in Kuala Lumpur, Tun MM expressed his disatisfaction with Obama for not resolving the Arab-Israeli conflict, as reported in the Malay mail yesterday 20 Jan 2009.

The paper also quoted him as saying that one of the forces preventing the US President to do so were "Jewish people"

Tun MM is not alone in this conclusion.

Be it Republicans and their Jewish Neo-Cons or the Democrats, ALL US presidents will be subservient to their Zionist paymasters.

It is not only the highest office in the land, the US elected house representatives are now in the payroll of Zionists through the ZPC (Zionist Power Configuration).

Read this article by James Petras* to see the extent of the ZPC reach and influence on US politics.

*James Petras,is a former Professor of Sociology at Binghamton University, New York, owns a 50-year membership in the class struggle, is an adviser to the landless and jobless in Brazil and Argentina, and is co-author of Globalization Unmasked (Zed Books). Petras’ most recent book is Zionism, Militarism and the Decline of US Power(Clarity Press, 2008). He can be reached at: jpetras@binghamton.edu Read other articles by James, or visit James's website.

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Jew Must See Film-DEFAMATION

From this article, the film gives insights into the workings of the ADL and its boss Abe Foxman.

The mere mention of the ‘Protocols of the Elders Of Zion’ cognizant to the article, has aroused my curiosity and keen interest to check it out. Why the author wishes the 'Protocols' be discussed in lieu of the film is most intriguing.

Jewish superiority,inferiorities and the holocaust is given treatment in the film.

The Herald Action, Conversely

Read MSM papers today (15 Jan) and found especially most refreshing in The SUN the article by Terence Fernandez, who took the time of his expose' duties to come out with a piece which I am in total agreement.

Ironically but positively, the Herald action had created a unifying voice of moderation and tolerance, as any good citizen would expect. Like TF's and many others, like this from Dr Chris Anthony, I welcome your voices of good reason.

In contrast and diametrically to my position of the Herald issue, fellow blogger "Putt for Change" is uncompromising.

BN component parties would do well to take serious note of grievances of our fellow Sabahan citizens. It is a fact that Sabah, once a rich state, has deteriorated to being one of the poorest. This issue has given them a window to vent their frustrations.

The link is here and this was my response.

"Dear Ronnie,

That is punching below the belt where one's personal life is concerned. One of your commentators is right. What a person does in this life is between him and god in the afterlife.

That being said, it is good you did not elaborate too much, just enough to be in context.

The positive thing that has come out of the Herald action (which I do not agree with), is that ALL Malaysians are against any form of irresponsible retaliation. These heinous acts of burning and desecration of places of worship has been very widely condemned and rightly so.

These are the actions of opportunists, extremists and criminals.

Also, I wish to thank my Muslim brothers here in WM for their magnanimous gesture to provide safe harbour for our Sunday obligations.

In as far as Hishammuddin is concerned, let him and the police get on with the job to nab the culprits.

Opportunist elements acting independently can easily discredit him (and in the process, the Govt) by these reckless deeds, after his statement.

Ronnie, sorry to use this space to call upon all BN component parties to take heed of the needs and welfare of my fellow brothers and sisters in Sabah. The rakyat is now very much more mature to comprehend issues. They are now more aware politically and socially and should not be taken for granted.

Let us take a 'time out' on this issue and let the relevant parties ponder,reflect and decide.

Take good care and best regards to brothers and sisters of ALL faiths in Sabah."

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

The Catholic Herald, Our God by any other name is still our God

My position is clear. No matter what has been said and done and I have perused the pros and cons in the blogosphere, it has not changed.

The Herald must stop this action because there is an alternative word ie "Tuhan".

While I share the concerns of my brother Catholics (and Christians) of the possible repercussions or consequences should the Herald does drop its action, lets do it first and foremost for the sake of solidarity and harmony of our nation.

(I could ask a very sticky and hypothetical question here, unrelated yet most relevant but I won't. It might, no will, stir the hornets nest and open pandora's box.)

EVERYONE concerned can then come together for a sensible, logical and acceptable solution to this contentious issue.

Let's resolve this issue as the first step towards reconciliation and goodwill.

Should there be any sinister motive on the part of the Govt, their future actions related to this issue will reveal their sincerity or other agenda.

A rose by any other name is still a rose. Our God by any other name is still our God.

Please take the poll.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Why All the Trouble? The Herald Action.

Protestantism emerged because of actions like this. That is, when the majority in who disagree with this type of deed by the Church, decide to breakaway.

Interestingly the Church in China has Bishops but are not recognised by the Vatican. A very lengthy link is here. The point I am trying to make is that one’s religious practise must be in tandem with the social and political environment he resides.

What I firmly believe is that the Church here is being pulled by its nose by POLITICIANS with not so hidden agendas. The faithful will always follow and trusts whatever the Archbishop decides. In this case, the Vatican may or not be aware (I believe it must be aware) of the situation but will intercede when the situation becomes untenable. Either way, being silent or ignorant of the matter does not show a sincere reconciliatory attitude with Muslim brotherhood, which it promulgates.

As always and not only restricted to this case, it becomes extremely dangerous when POLITICIANS are behind actions that solely benefit their agendas and not for its true intention. More so when the action has religious ramifications.

The action is truly frivolous. I do not understand how the judgement could have passed without any qualification by the learned Judge. Which means to say, citing the Constituition she had no choice but that the party to the action could easily avoid any distress and grievance by just using the word ‘Tuhan’ in the Herald.