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Last night I watched this documentary “The Imam & The Pastor” at the Rumah Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia. It was a documentary made in Nigeria on the conflict between Muslim and Christian community which resulted thousands of civilians killed during the last decade of the 20th century.

Pastor James lost his right hand while Imam Muhammad Asahfa had 2 relatives killed. Both were looking for revenge against one another, but soon they realised that it was not the true teaching of their religion to seek for revenge and hatred. It was then both comes together through dialogue and discussion to settled differences between the Muslim and Christian community.

Nigeria made it through because there was no political motives, can we make it with UMNO and it’s paper Utusan constantly instigating people’s emotion?

More information about the documentary HERE.


The Government is giving a grant of RM500,000 to the Metro Tabernacle Church, which was set on fire early Friday morning, to help it to relocate.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said the grant was the the Government’s way of showing its sympathy towards what has happened.

“It is a sign of the Government’s sincerity in offering our support,” Najib told reporters after visiting the church in Desa Melawati yesterday at 5pm. (The Star 10/1/2010)

Let us all thank the government and Najib in particular for extending the help after UMNO had attacked the Metro Tabernacle Church as well as three others. Thanks UMNO for started the fire in order for the church to receive RM 500 000 of the tax payers hard earn money. As for Najib, thanks again for encouraging your party members and as a reward for your generosity, you get the publicity you so desperately wanted, and at a cost of RM 500 000 of tax payers hard earn money, that was considered cheap for you, right. Cheap publicity.

Event: SAYA ANAK BANGSA MALAYSIA Press Conference regarding the arson  attacked on Churches

Venue : Purple Cane Restoran, KL Chinese Assembly Hall

Date : 9th January 2010 (Saturday) TODAY!!!!

Time : 2pm

Who should attend : Anyone who shared the fear, anger, and sympathy of the Christian community in Malaysia.

Let us recap : On Thursday 7/1/2010, Najib gave the thumb up for demo on the “Allah” issue.

Najib: We cannot stop Friday’s protest

Thu, Jan 7, 2010

NAJIB TUN RAZAK KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak (picture) shares the view of his Home Minister cousin Hishammuddin Hussein that Muslims are free to protest and express their views against a court decision allowing the Catholic weekly Herald to use  “Allah” as God’s name.

As long as Friday’s demonstration did not spill over into something more serious, Najib told reporters, the government could not stop people from protesting over the issue.

However, he added, the  authorities were prepared to face any situation.

Read more : HERE.

Compare this to Pakatan Rakyat:

PAS Youth: Don’t get involved in the demo

“We urge the Muslim community to stay calm and not do anything that will harm the image of Islam,” said Kamaruzaman Mohamad, head of PAS Youth Wilayah.

“We fully agree with the PAS central leadership that dialogue is the best way,” he said.

Read More : HERE.

Don’t protest, Pakatan tells its supporters

Anwar KUALA LUMPUR: Pakatan Rakyat leaders are discouraging their supporters from joining the nationwide Friday demonstrations on the “Allah” issue while top Umno leaders appear to be giving tacit approval to the demonstrators.

Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim (picture) advised Pakatan supporters against joining demonstrations over a court ruling allowing the Catholic weekly Herald to use “Allah” as God’s name.

“I certainly discourage them as my view is that you must discuss this matter as it is a very serious and contentious issue,” he said.

“It is important to forge better understanding between Christians and Muslims and not to cause rancour and enmity between the two groups.”

He criticised the government for practising double standards in approving the demonstrations.

Both Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein have stated that the government would not stop the demonstrations, saying protestors were free to express their views as long as there was no threat to national security.

Today 8/1/2010:

3 Churches were fire bombed,

First Najib & Hishamuddin said OK to the demonstration by Perkasa/Perwaris (UMNO linked NGO) against the High Court ruling for the usage of the word Allah for The Herald. Then this leads to the molotov bombing of churches. I think it doesn’t take a genius to know UMNO is behind the attack. of course Najib quickly denied that it was done by UMNO, but he also denied that Teoh Beng Hock was killed while he was under MACC custody, that he himself committed suicide , and Najib also denied that he met Altantuya, the same with Saiful Burkhari, but he was later caught lying when the fact about him meeting with Saiful was blown out.  and of coz, he also said Perak was not brought over with money by Barisan Nasional, just that the 3 frog, sorry my mistake, 2 frogs plus 1 bitch from Jelapang suddenly became BN friendly not $$$. I don’t know about you but  to me, his words are nothing but lies!!!!

Final : 3 churches were fire-bombed, 2 other churches received death threats, & 1 Priest was man handled. All this happened with Najib said we can handle any situation.

I have not been updating my blog or 3 months because i was adjusting to my new life, and i can’t connect with Celcom broadband for a month, which i  had POTONGed. To be frank, it was really difficult to start blogging again, but i gathered strength from today’s unfortunate event to our Christian brothers and sisters, to continue the fight against the evil who is still controlling the country, it ain’t over until Barisan Najis END.

BTW, my last post was the UMNO organised cow head incident in Shah Alam against our Hindu brothers and sisters. May i asked you Hishamuddin & Najis, what was the action taken against them? Still waiting for the court proceeding or waiting for the people to forget about the whole incident?

The response from Home Minister Hishamuddin was some what expected, to defend his party’s UMNO Cow Head demonstration. But what i was really amazed was what he said about those who demonstrate was “Wajar”. Worst he himself had admitted that bringing the cow head would incited racial hatred when he said there has been incident where pig head was used to incite hatred among people. so why no action against them? Dunoo who brought along the cow head? There’s only 50 people there, so how hard can it be to get the answer? or is Hisamuddin going to said PAS smuggled it in? or an alien pop it out? or it fell from the sky?

Hishamuddin said we do give special right for people to assemble especially when it involved majority. but wait, judging from the 1Aug09 Anti ISA rally, didn’t the tens of thousands of people on street resembles that of majority? Why then you Hishamuddin ordered the police and FRU to tear gassed and water cannoned the people?

ok i know, we are not stupid to think that Hishamuddin and his UMNO gang will treat Malaysians equally, only those BN and cronies, while the rest falls to another class. 1Malaysia? Ptui!!!!

It been very clear now that the Malaysian CSI is a worthless bunch of idiots who failed their job and responsibilities upon them. Right from day one, all we heard from them is, we didn’t conduct this and this test, we thought the police did it or we were instructed by the police on a very specific area. Just how are we going to know the truth when we have idiots running the test? or is this one of Najis’s plan to reveal the truth and gave justice for Beng hock’s family?

Read below’s article from The Edge on the ongoing inquest about the death of Teoh Beng Hock and you will know just how horribly idiots our Malaysian CSI :

Teoh inquest Gobind grills pathologist on suicide theory

Written by Chua Sue-Ann
Friday, 14 August 2009 15:05

SHAH ALAM: Government pathologist Dr Khairul Azman Ibrahim faced intense grilling from lawyer Gobind Singh Deo over the doctor’s theory that political secretary Teoh Beng Hock likely had committed suicide.

Khairul, who is Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Klang’s senior consultant pathologist, earlier told the inquest that there were indications that Teoh’s death was likely from suicide rather than homicide or an accident.

Gobind, who was acting on behalf of Teoh’s family in the inquest, interrogated Khairul at length on specifics of how Teoh could be said to have taken his own life.

Gobind: Tell us how he (Teoh) came out of the window, based on the position of the body.
Khairul: To be specific, it is quite difficult.
Gobind: Unless he is assisted by others?
Khairul: I beg your pardon?
Gobind: I’ll come back to that later.
Khairul: In my opinion, from the body’s position, he just climbed out of the window and jumped.
Gobind: Good. Now I have questions for you. If he did, wouldn’t there be shoe prints on the window frame?
Khairul: I suppose yes.
Gobind: Must be, ya? … There was a flat plane. He cannot stand on the wall … Your theory is, he stood and then he jumped. But there are no shoe prints, so end of your theory lah.

Khairul then surprised the inquest by climbing out of the witness box, legs first, to demonstrate how Teoh may have climbed out without leaving any shoe prints.

In reply, Gobind said Khairul’s theory had been “demolished” because police forensic earlier told the inquest that no hand or shoe prints were found near the window.

Gobind: It was not a suicide, isn’t it true? Let’s be frank, let’s be fair. This means your theory comes to naught. You are wrong. Twenty seconds and you haven’t answered me.
Khairul: Maybe…
Gobind: Focus. You are wrong. Your theory was based on facts and those facts don’t exist. So, wrong.
Khairul: I don’t really agree.

Teoh, an aide to Selangor state executive council member Ean Yong Hian Wah, was found dead on July 16 after overnight questioning at the Selangor Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) office at Plaza Masalam here.

Teoh, 30, was a witness in the anti-graft body’s probe into alleged misuse of allocations by several Pakatan Rakyat (PR) assemblymen.

Khairul, who had examind Teoh’s body at the scene before the post mortem, said he did not measure or order measurement of the distance of Teoh’s body from the building’s wall.

He however agreed to Gobind’s suggestion that it was “good to have done it”.

Gobind also questioned Khairul on Teoh’s dislodged left shoe, which showed minimal signs of damage from purported impact.

Khairul opined that the shoe could have come off during the fall but later agreed to Gobind’s suggestion that it could possibly have been thrown out of the window after the body had fallen.

Gobind: Did you test the shoe for fingerprints?
Khairul: No.
Gobind: Is it significant?
Khairul: Yes.
Gobind: Why not? You can direct someone.You are the forensic expert.
Khairul: I expected the police to do it.
Gobind: But you didn’t because it would have indicated a homicide. Did you want to cover up?
Khairul: I don’t want to cover up.

Khairul also said he did not check the dislodged left shoe for points of impact, maintaining there was a “big likelihood” that the impact did not leave any marks because Teoh had fallen with more emphasis on his right leg.

Gobind: What kind of check did you do?
Khairul: Visual check.
Gobind: And you didn’t see anything significant? Doesn’t that tell you it is likely not impact? If that shoe comes off due to impact it must have been pretty strong impact. There should be a mark. In this case, your visual examination (did not detect it)?
Khairul: Yes.
Gobind: So your theory (that shoe was dislodged during fall) is finished.

Gobind: What was the body weight?
Khairul: About 70kg.
Gobind: How high was it from the fifth floor to the 14th floor? Estimation?
Khairul: Nine storeys.
Gobind: What kind of impact?
Khairul: Strong impact.
Gobind: There must be marks on the shoe. Your visual examination of the shoe found no scratch marks. So your theory is gone.
Khairul: Need a very thorough examination.
Gobind: Did you direct such an examination?
Khairul: I didn’t.
Gobind: So you are coming to court and giving us theories. Not good enough.

Khairul is scheduled to return to the stand on Monday to answer questions from Gobind, Selangor state government’s counsel Malik Imtiaz Sarwar and the Malaysian Bar Council’s lawyers.

On Monday afternoon, University Malaya Medical Centre pathologist Dr Prashant Naresh Samberkar will give evidence on the post mortem he performed with Khairul.

It was a hell of an experience. Imagine being bombed with rounds of tear gases and cannoned with acid water, i took it all today, and i went home happy. Let me start all over again. I was at Sogo for the anti-ISA rally. Went there early to avoid the traffic knowing that the police will surely block all the roads leading to KL and i was right when they started to block from kajang.While i was inside Sogo, received SMSes about numerous arrest by the police against  PAS Unit Amal.

At 2pm, people started to gather, coming from all locations with the main crowd coming out from Sogo shopping complex. At first i thought the crowd was small,  the people were scattered around, all looking for a leader for guidance.  After moving around for sometime, finally a huge crowd was gathered in front of Sogo main road. The crowd was so huge that it could easily tops 20000 people, i guess it’s between 20k-30k people. I would say the crowd was of multiracial, or Malaysian, although the PAS people were generally more in numbers.





Some FRUs went to arrest and beat the victims (Pic above). This was at Pertama complex.  The crowd then moved in between Sogo and Pertama complex.





After speeches from the Pakatan Rakyat leaders, we tried to march again. Yet, this time, we were confronted with the FRU trucks. A peaceful rally turns chaos when the FRU started to fired at the crowd. Without any warnings, the water cannon were fired at the crowd. I was there couldn’t run away, and have to dodge the water. However, the moment the water touched my skin, it just burns!!!! It wasn’t plain water, it was acid. I was sprayed from heads down, and all i can do is scrambling for waters to wash off the acid from my face. Then when i turn to my back, fuck the truck is right beside me, and of course, i was sprayed along with numerous ladies who were dodging at the roadside. I guess those FRUs were laughing and having a field day firing at harmless easy prey like us.

I guess those FRU were thinking like this when they hit me ” Hahahaa another direct hit,  Hishamuddin must be proud of us. FIRE FIRED AT THEM!!!!!” After the truck went pass us, again we were scrambling for water to wash off the burning effect.

No matter how the mainstream media wants to spin, i guess those present at the site can confirms that the FRU were not dispersing the people, they were indeed attacking the people with their tear gasses and acid water. Wherever the people runs the FRU followed with their water cannon trucks and tear gasses, and firing them at will. Maybe they were having fun behind the wheel.

The crowd was chased from one road to another, the FRUs were definitely not dispersing the people, more like quarantine the people inside the city centre. It cannot even be dispersing the people when all the tear gasses and water cannoned was aimed at people who had started to move away. We were forced to move to PAS headquaters at the Jalan Raja Laut. Luckily here the cars were jamming the roads and the FRU trucks were stucked somewhere behind.




Below is the activist from KL Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall


and of course, not to be missed is the message for the government;