Thursday, July 12, 2018

Non-Muslim Trio Threatens Muslims

Yesterday, Richard Malanjum (left) was sworn in as the Chief Justice following the imminent departure of Md Raus Sharif, who is set to retire on July 31, 2018. 

Before that, Batu Sapi MP Liew Vui Keong from Parti Warisan Sabah, a Pakatan Harapan ally, joined the Cabinet as Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department in charge of law on July 02 and of course, Tommy Thomas became Attorney-General on June 05. 

It now appears that the above appointments have become an issue with bigots and racists in the country. 

PAS, for one, are vociferous in their protests. 

PAS information chief Nasrudin Hassan (right) questioned the PH government’s rationale in appointing non-Muslims for the top three legal posts in the country and proclaimed that the legal rights of Muslims are now under threat. 

He declared: “Now it is complete, the triumvirate of the legal sectors and judiciary are being helmed by figures that worries the Muslim community”. 

This tells me very clearly that he is nothing more than a political opportunist and scaremongering is what he is good at. 

If I am not mistaken, I think all three are Christians. OMG! 

If so, I'm waiting for PAS to point the finger at DAP for having cleverly manipulated Mahathir Mohamad in getting Christians into positions of power and therefore, subverting and corrupting Muslim Malaysia. Even more alarming, DAP are really Christianizing the government.  

Sigh, we will just have to accept that there are elements within Malaysian society who will promote demagoguery in its most hateful forms. 

It is not about whether the trio are qualified to do their job but that their religion and race that should matter. 

It looks like there are still Malaysians who will not embrace the new Malaysia and they can be expected to make life difficult for the government. 

The rest of us Malaysians should just tell them point-blank to eff off!

I was in Kelab Shah Alam on Jalan Aerobik 13/43 in Shah Alam, Selangor on Tuesday – it was to attend the Shah Alam Toastmasters meeting where I was tasked to be a speech evaluator. 

As per my commitment I made to the club President Safura Atan, way back in May. 
























And there, I met Kamaruddin Abu Bakar from our MPPM days in the UK!













Good to see you, old friend!

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