Sunday, May 25, 2014

Ridhuan Tee Abdullah Asks Muslims to Spy

Ridhuan Tee Abdullah (left) is at it again. In his Sinar Harian column on May 19, 2014, he showed what a sicko he is when he made the call to Muslims to infiltrate and spy on churches in Malaysia to witness what he alleged to be Christian condemnation against them. 

In fact, I am wondering why he is always casting aspersions on Christians. By doing this, he is belittling Islam. Maybe, he has an agenda that we may not know about. Maybe he became a Muslim under false pretenses. Maybe he is the one who infiltrated Islam in order to undermine the religion surreptitiously. I am thinking that every time he opens his mouth to condemn Christians, he is making Muslims look bad. Very bad.

Already, there are Muslims (supposedly) who claim that their brethren may be confused and become converts if Christians are permitted to use the ‘Allah’ word in their Bibles. So why is Ridhuan now suggesting that his fellow Muslims attend church service? Would there not be a possibility that they may be seduced into Christianity and therefore, prove that the Muslim fear of Christianity is not imagined? 

I do not believe that the muck he retched does Islam any favors. Somebody should do all of us a great service by committing Ridhuan Tee Abdullah to a mental institution. The thrash he gives us poses a danger to peace and harmony in the country. 

He is a crackpot, a deviant, a fruitcase. 

Really, there is no need for him or others to go to church on the sly – Christians will not mind. In fact, the latter would welcome the former with open arms. So why bother with the covert operation? No need lah, Ridhuan!

Yesterday, I was at Bankers Club in KL's Jalan Imbi to attend the Premier Advanced Toastmasters meeting. I was an evaluator for a Toastmaster delivering only CC speech #2 and I liked the speech very much. It is not often that I get to listen to a good speech from a newbie but I did. 

In fact, I daresay this speech was better than the other two speeches – both of which were CC #10 ‘Inspire Your Audience’ speeches – that were presented at the same meeting. Sorry, I wasn’t at all inspired. In fact, one of them was a very poor copy of Steve Job’s commencement speech at Stanford on June 12, 2005 – her version was sadly, unoriginal and unimaginative. 

BTW, the Toastmaster who has only finished two speeches was voted Best Speaker and I was voted Best Evaluator. It figures. 













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