Plot to make Teresa anti-Malay & anti-Islam bogey

Teresa Kok Is Still On Their Target, But For a Different Reason Now

From Malaysia Wave

The powers that be has failed. They attempt to use Teresa Kok as the bogeyman for Malays has failed. Their attempt to create feeling of anger and dissatisfaction among the Malays against DAP has failed.

What’s more important, the Malay dissatisfaction they fail to create has also resulted in their failure to convince PAS members that Barisan Nasional is the answer to the security and the future of Islam in Malaysia. THIS IS THEIR BIGGEST FAILURE.

Teresa Kok has successfully fend off all attempts to paint her as Anti Islam and Anti Malay. She issued a statement denying her involvement in the “azan” controversy long before she was arrested under ISA. Her Press Secretary writes very good Bahasa Malaysia too, so her statement was well understood and accurate.

After Teresa’s release, she attended a Buka Puasa while wearing a skirt on the compound of the Masjid. Suddenly all hell broke loose. Her skirt was suddenly painted as an abomination and Teresa was painted as someone with complete disrespect to Islam for entering a mosque compound wearing a skirt.

We now see that the conspirator’s scheme has not ended. After their series of failure, they now try to exact revenge.on Teresa Kok. The skirt issue is to raise doubts about her among the Malays of her anti Islam stance.

The truth of the matter is that it is the fault of the Mosque committee. It may have happened as a small mistake. If any, the Masjid committee should have prepared a robe for Teresa before she entered to masjid’s compound. Or, if they had no robe, they should have informed Teresa that she should not enter the masjid’s compound since she is not properly attired. That’s the rule that applies to all Muslims anyways.

But, I doubt that the Masjid’s committee thought of it as an issue since the ceremony is conducted in the “COMPOUND” of the masjid. Technically, the compound of the Masjid is NOT THE MASJID. Why? Because you only perform “I’tikaf” when u enter the masjid. And, no one performs “I’tikaf” while they are still in the compound of the Masjid, that is until they enter the actual Masjid.

When I was in the USA, the Muslim community would build Islamic Centers. It consists of everything from kitchens, administration office, compounds, meeting hall, basketball court, parking lots, and of course Masjid. In other words, the “Masjid” is just one part of the same building. Despite entering the same building, you are not necessarily have entered the masjid. You have to go the area where it is designated as Masjid before u can perform I’tikaf and other forms of submission.

So, in truth, this is not even an issue. The Masjid committee didn’t complain. They allowed her to enter the Masjid, the PAS people didn’t complain. If u read Penarik Beca article on this issue, he didn’t complain either.

My guess is they are afraid of Teresa Kok meeting with Malays and Muslims to explain her innocence. This will turn a lot of their “local agents” among the community to look like liars.

They need to protect their news-carrier credibility for other projects. Because for this particular project, their news-carriers have pushed to their limits in painting Teresa Kok as an anti Islam. If the UMNO news-carrier is tainted, their ability to start a new project will be heavily impaired.

Plus, now all of function involving Teresa Kok in the Malay areas are heavily attended by the Malays. They want to hear for themselves from the mouth of Teresa rather than what they heard from rumors.

  1. #1 by vchi on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 10:36 am

    Have you got no shame, Utusan and UMNO?

  2. #2 by Daniel Quah on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 10:52 am

    Some much for a multi-racial parties, at the end..they only fight for themselve regardless the stability of the country…

  3. #3 by mata_kucing on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 11:03 am

    These desparados have painted themselves into a corner and will attempt to do anything to get out of the rut. Credit to the Malays that they are no longer easily duped by the despicable and desperate characters. The more they try the less respect they get. Unfortunately they are too thick to realise this themselves.

  4. #4 by BloodSucker on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 11:15 am

    Dear Bloggers, Dato Seri Anwar and Sdr LKS,

    Selamat Hari Raya to all Muslims.

    Media Utusan and UMNO/BN have no shame but continue to play on racist and religion cards to stir the unity of the nation. Ignore the dirty politicians of self interests betrayed the Malay communities and boycott Utusan for spreading untrue stories. It is time Malaysians regardless of race and religion should unite under Bangsa Malaysia.

    Yes, today I think of posting a hari raya congrat note to Najib’s blog but failed to do so. Read on why?

    Malaysians are grateful to read Najib’s new website on and invited all Malaysians to participate in writing comments and feedback to his blog. Najib wanted to analyse and test how great his popularity to become the next PM in Malaysia. Unfortunate, his blog is closed for public feedback and comments now since many Malaysians have voiced their comments hurt his eyes and painful heart reading them. What a great shame ? Najib is future PM has chicken out from listening the moment of truth from his rakyat. Do we want a coward PM ?

    Unlike other blogs in LKS, Anwar, RPK and Che Det websites, many Malaysians are voicing their opinions, suggestions and comments without fear and favour. We, Malaysians sincerely appeal and hope Sdr LKS and Anwar will continue their blogs and their comments after Anwar becomes the next PM to replace Najib and Pak Lah anytime from today. Bravo !! LKS and Anwar should keep on fighting to realise the dream of all Malaysians today.

    Last but not least, forget the nightmare and threats – YB Teresa Kok should pray more to GOD and seek blessing for her safety and health against all evils trying to destroy her political career. UMNO and Utusan are jealous and anger to brand her Anti Islam and Anti-Malay since she got the biggest votes in 12th GE and voted by all Malaysians. Utusan and UMNO are counting on their numbers if Anwar is to become PM tomorrow.

    Selamat Berjuang & Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri.

    Bangsa Malaysia of ONE NATION, ONE RACE, ONE SYSTEM and ONE DREAM.

  5. #5 by lofuji on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 11:16 am

    Eversince the disastrous outing on the 308,they have tried ways and means to destabilise the PKR governed states in the hope that it will collapse under pressure.Imagine the botox toyol,former MB cud stoop so low as to spread lies,slander just to gain political mileage.Fortunately,this time around the oppositon are so much stronger in terms of MP’s and Aduns but dont ever let your guard down.They will seize any opportunity to bring you ppl down.Beware.
    But there is a nagging thought.Of the 3 parties in the PKR coalition,Keadilan is getting some adverse publicity and there is justification.Get together with Anwar and Hadi Awang to seriously discuss this problem before it get out of hand.
    Careful you may lose valuable support!

  6. #6 by Mr Smith on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 11:17 am

    There is truth in what Tulang Besi says. Certain PAS leaders tend to be a torn in the Pakatan flesh. They are working with UMNO.

    Why must MB Azizan give credence to Utusan Malaysia report and comment on Teresa’s dressing. He should defend her.

    PAS president Hadi Awang had repeatedly indicated that Muslim majority MPs must be a prerequisite for the formation of a Pakatan Government.

    Although that would be an ideal arrangement, what is wrong if the initial formation of the government comprises a non-Muslim majority? Will this whittle away any of the Malay Muslim rights which is adequately protected in the Constitution and which will surely be defended by the Malay Rulers and Muslim opposition MPs?

    I say ‘initial formation’ because there is a real probability that many Muslim law makers from UMNO will gladly cross the floor as soon as the new government is formed . So what’s the fear, Hadi?

    If he is so obsessed with a Muslim majority pre-condition for the Federal Government, why didn’t he also object to the formation of the Perak State Government which had a non-Muslim majority? Did the Muslims in Perak lose out in any way since this state government was formed?

    If this arrangement works for Perak, why shouldn’t it work for the Federal Government.

    If Hadi if insistent on a Muslim majority Federal Government, then he should rightly reject all Parliamentary and State seats which PAS had won in Perak, Selangor, FT and Johor, through non-Muslim votes.

    Hadi wants to have the cake and eat it as well.

    The military, police , the civil service and all instruments of government are well secured in the hands of the Malays and Muslims. The Prime Minister of the Pakatan Government WILL be a Malay. And Anwar is a trustworthy Malay. Then what is the fear, Tuan Hadi unless you deliberately want to throw spanners in Anwar’s works.

    The new government should focus on social justice, good governance, defend the Rule of Law and uphold justice and detest corruption and cronyism . Aren’t these what Islam and all religions stand for?

    Take a look at the present BN government. Yes, it has a Muslim majority but it is rotten, utterly corrupt, arrogant and unjust. Perhaps this is what Hadi prefers – form over substance.

  7. #7 by Jamesy on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 11:19 am

    Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri Maaf Zahir dan Batin to all Muslims in Malaysia including Ahmad Ismail and family.

  8. #8 by Jeffrey on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 11:33 am

    To seize this kind of example and make anti Islam bogey woman out of Theresa shows the 3rd world low level of unethical and duplicitous methods to score political points. I don’t know whether they are trying to insult their own intellect or those of the persons they seek to persuade as target.

  9. #9 by go4change on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 11:48 am

    The culprits are Utusan and Umno who twisted facts and moulding Teresa into anti-islam or Malays! What a retarded mind these morons have?

    I urge all advertisers and right minded organizations to disassociate themselves with Utusan! The hands of evil and dirty minded politicians of Umno and Utusan shall be deserted and punished!

  10. #10 by BloodSucker on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 11:52 am

    PAS – Are their leaders sincere partner in Pakatan Rakyat or an agent of UMNO today ? Malaysians wonder why PAS keeps criticising the other DAP and PR leaders insisted on Malays and Muslims agenda in forming a new government in Malaysia.

    Do the PAS leaders forget that Malaysia comprised o multi races under the Fed Constitutions and Rule of Law ? Do they also forget who votes PAS MPs into power if without the non-Muslims voted PAS symbol in the 12th GE ? PAS is betraying the non-muslims voters and become torn in the fresh of PR today.

    Never mind like the old guards of PAS deminished over time and taken over by an open minded PAS leaders like MB Perak who love and enjoyed working with other non Muslims leaders in Perak.

    Tereas Kok is a Christian who step her foot into a Masjid invited by Muslim Communities to foster good relationship between non muslims and muslims of all Malaysians. What is the problem with her dressing ? PAS and UMNO should look at themselves on failure to correct many declining Malay communities involved in illicit sex, bosia, drug addicts, haram prostitutions, imoral activities, social ills and other crimes increased. Why Utusan and other Malay medias failed to voice out all these problems facing the Malay communities to UMNO/BN government? Instead of branding Teresa Kok anti Islam and Anti Malay but yet she was invited by many Muslims and Malays to their open houses and open Masjid in Selangor.

    Adoi hai! PAS and UMNO look like enemy outside but brotherhood inside ….should we cast out vote for PAS the next election ? Moment of Truth from PAS co-operation with UMNO is the best answer to all voters . Unless PAS admit their mistakes and apologise to all voters and the PAS leaders willing to change their minds to co-operate with non Muslims and regain the trust of all Malaysians again.

    Teresa Kok – please care to learn some Malay and Muslim cultures before you attend their functions if invited the next time without any weaknesses for the evils to create avenues in hurting you again.


  11. #11 by Jeffrey on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 11:55 am

    These are the kind of incidents that give credence to the speculation that even if PR has the ‘numbers’ to vote BN out, it is not going to be an easy ride considering :

    1. BN fellas won’t allow it – they can impose ISA on Anwar or emergency rule as an alternative;

    2. Even if by miracle, they don’t resort to repression as per 1. above, PR will still have problems for you’re never sure what kind of rabbits PAS would spring out of their hats the last minute….They can demand fulfilment of their theocratic agenda or defect to BN to vititate your parliamentary majority…

    Of course if Anwar has not the numbers the situtation is even worse:

    (a) come 13th Oct when Parliament resumes, if by then no motion of no confidence is moved by PR and carried, Anwar’s credibility will suffer a mortal blow. Any thoughts of defections by BN doubters will be shelved : they can’t jump ship t o the treacherous waters without landing pad!

    (b) status quo is no solution as BN will have another 4 years to slowly squeeze your states friom Federal Funding so that you can’t deliver the goods to the rakyat and lose yoiur credibility; they also slowly pick one by one of your leaders off to Kamuntuing if neccesary, if not buy them to cross over (Game can cut both ways).

    Then PR will have no other way than to hope for change from some catacysmic events from the ground fermented by the Economic maelstrom brewing from the West to create such turbulent ground conditions to give you another chance. How sad to have to depend on this. Sad too for RPK & family.

    How to speak Truth to Power when backed by no Power but mere claims and words?

  12. #12 by Jeffrey on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 11:56 am


  13. #13 by Elwin Heng on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 11:57 am

    Hi vchi,
    aren’t only Utusan & UMNO? How about MIC & MCA?

    In Pakatan Rakyat, we are Malaysian Unity; oppositely to them, isn’t personal interest($) unity only? Talk about multi-racial, since when-&-where ‘evil-devils’ fight for our rights, or multi-racial human rights? To me, the answer is ‘Never-ever! Masuk pocket, makan… makan…!

    Since the day I qualified as election voter, I’d been voted and continue supporting YB Teresa Kok; not because YB represent opposition party, reason of I confident and convinced by most of my university (Malays, Chinese, Indian, & others) colleagues ~trusted YB Teresa Kok will treat us as Malaysian Unity, not a person of ‘anti-Islam, anti-Buddhism, anti-Hinduism’ or ‘anti-Malays, anti-Chinese Buddhist – Confucianism – Daoism, anti-Indian – Hindu’…

    To those irresponsible press and dirtiest party, enough is enough, stop repeat playing racist card to influence and infect rakyat!

    No offensive intention to my expression.

    I don’t want you, BN – UMNO, MCA!
    @beginning, only disappointed to your failure; but now… stop making noise, just safeguard your role (chair), don’t make me vomit and start to ‘hate’ you!

    Was my pleasure to walk alongside PR!
    In believe, PR will lead us to ‘change’, better economics, development, education, government!

    Warmest regards.

  14. #14 by Wisdom above on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 12:05 pm

    The MSM Media spin had failed.

    Let’s Fast and Pray for Wisdom, Peace and Tranquility to prevail.

    Let’s speed up the Abolishment of ISA & Free RPK and all ISA detainees .

    Selamat Hari Raya Adilfitri kepada seluruh Umat Islam dan Rakyat Malaysia , Maaf Zahir dan Batin.

  15. #15 by veddy.lum74 on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 12:24 pm

    what about those fully attired with songkot,baju melayu,or even went to mekah and got the haji title,appeared in masjid,but anti non-malays?what is your stand,dear UTUSAN,on this matter?????

    a media that got spitted by every non-malays,and some understanding malays,i.e. not other than UTUSAN MELAYU!get phuck offlah!

  16. #16 by sang kancil on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 12:29 pm

    Wishing fellow Malaysians Selamat Hari Raya Adilfitri.

  17. #17 by Samuel Goh Kim Eng on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 12:29 pm

    When you get to the right source
    You can get on to the correct course
    You can then eat meat without sauce
    When you can rationalise your discourse

    (C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 011108
    Wed. 1st Oct. 2008.

  18. #18 by boh-liao on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 12:39 pm

    AAB said Aidilfitri is a month to forgive and strengthen ties.

    AAB also asked for forgiveness including on behalf of Jeanne and the family for any wrong they might have done.

    Ha, ha, just like this, forgive and forget. Kiss, kiss, make up.

    Tell this to RPK and other ISA detainees.

    The biggest problem in Malaysia is that our politicians (BN and PR included) do not have principles and cakap kosong saja!

    Look at Zul Hassan, a PKR member and Perak Tengah district councillor. Another example of ‘power corrupts’. He now shamelessly and conveniently claimed that he was cajoled by an individual into having illicit sex with a Chinese national as a “donation”. Not my fault; it’s beyond my control; … A Muslim who made this claim during the month of Ramadan and Aidilfitri.

    Even in the month of Ramadan and Aidilfitri, so much lies and evil deeds were committed our Muslim ministers and politicians!

  19. #19 by veddy.lum74 on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 12:51 pm

    if we understand this formula,we can ignore whatever the UMNO and UTUSAN said:

    ISLAM in not UMNO malays,

    Umno malays = ISLAM((more accurate,culprits of ISLAM)

    so,whatever they said,do not represent ISLAM!

  20. #20 by ctc537 on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 12:51 pm

    Teresa Kok is the golden girl of Pakatan Rakyat, and for the Opposition BN to undermine the Selangor PR government their first move is of course to tarnish her good image. Just let them do whatever they like and only strike back when they overdo it. UM and people on the other side of the political divide should bear in mind that we now live in the age of the Internet and the Mobile Phone, and it’s no longer effective to use such old tactics against your opponents as people can easily find out the truth. Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfltri to all Muslims in the country.

  21. #21 by veddy.lum74 on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 12:52 pm

    if we understand this formula,we can ignore whatever the UMNO and UTUSAN said:

    ISLAM is not UMNO malays,

    Umno malays = ISLAM((more accurate,culprits of ISLAM)

    so,whatever they said,do not represent ISLAM!

  22. #22 by The Enforcer on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 12:56 pm

    To our Muslim bros and siss,
    “Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri”
    Maaf, zahir dan batin.

  23. #23 by just a moment on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 1:00 pm

    Term what you want: Malays, Islam, Muslim, Bumiputras, just go to Teresa’s blog and see for yourself. Its the sincererity heart to serve not important? Most ppl can see what’s real and what’s not.

    Unfortunately, some ppl are just born wicked! The the most feared amongst the wicked is the show of ‘love’. Its never in their vocabulary and therefore, cannot tahan. Sure there are pest everywhere you go, but allow Teresa to do what’s right not what’s nice. Some are just ‘primitive’.

  24. #24 by k1980 on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 1:15 pm

    They expected her to wear a burqa complete with a belt of bombs Taliban-style

  25. #25 by k on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 1:52 pm

    Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri, Maaf Zahir dan Batin to Raja Petra & Family, and also to all Muslim Friends.

  26. #26 by shortie kiasu on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 2:25 pm

    Why is it that we do not see an end to all those childish behaviour of some hooligans and barbarians in our midst trying to use the slightest and most trivial things in life to raise a ‘big’ issue out of a particular religion.

    Bear in mind that they are not the only one here in this multi society to practise that religion, there billions in the world who also practise the same religion, and they do not just kick up a storm out of some trivialities.

    The sensible section of the populace should just ignore these monkey acts and never to give credence to such childish monkey acts which they created hoping to get our attention.

    We respond to them, we fall into their trap.

  27. #27 by UzMiNoOnist on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 2:29 pm

    Whoever creating such a furor in the public should be locked up in the ISA cage .
    Now where is Botak? This is clearly a very bad person who is bent on creating a lot of hatred among Muslims and Chinese.

    If Botak do not stop this, he is now confirmed as supportive of racial disharmony. His last excuse for arresting Teresa was done not because he loves Islam but to love his bosses more.

  28. #28 by bystander on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 2:39 pm

    malays would do well to learn or take a page from St mauront , a catholic school in france open to all faiths where 80% of the students are muslims. they are free to practise their religion. female students are allowed to wear head scarfs and all allowed to have their prayers in schools. parents of these muslims students sent their children to these catholic schools rather than muslim schools because they want their children to have good grades and away from the radical muslim schools.
    question? why are malaysian national schools getting more islamised-nonmalays must attend doa during assembly? cannot bring nonhalal food to cafetaria? must wear baju or songkok for convocation or school functions? why cant nonmuslims have freedom to practise their religion and not forced to wear muslims gear? why cant we buildmore churches and temples whilst mosques are freely allowed to be built even in EU? in cologne even the liberals are fighting for the muslims to build a mosque in cologne against the rightwing? why cant the moderate here stand up and fight for the freedom of nonmuslims in this country? what are they afraid of? or are they simply to backwards or blinkered? can we not live together with tolerance for each other faiths? why are we going backwards?

  29. #29 by just a moment on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 3:00 pm

    Agree bystander Says:
    Come to think of it, its true. why are all other races have to conform or accomodate just the muslim religion in school and all other public Department. Beats the hell out of me. Isn’t it this nation belongs to all races? Perhaps new questions need to be ask from here on. The entire nations instruments and all public utilities do not just belong to muslims, isn’t it? Interesting.

  30. #30 by biggun on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 3:31 pm

    For those who knew Teresa Kok well, they are’nt worry for Teresa, she is a lady who really work hard for the community, that’s why she win with such a great majority, the authority will not touch her any more, and Botak knew it very well, why bully a lady when you can look for the others, the people is with Teresa, and so do the god, she remains Lady of Nightingale to all the malaysian, no matter what happened to her.

  31. #31 by sirrganass on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 3:42 pm

    Teresa didn’t wear properly in the mosque and many Ulamaks or even TG from PAS didn’t comment much about it, knowing that she must be rushing attending several invitations and “forgot” to change her dress in-between. Afterall we occasionally intentional “close-one-eye” if non-muslim make minor “spiritual mistakes” – intentionally or not (hopefully not intentionally). We even understand that, maybe the Mosque committee forgot to prepare the proper attire for Teresa.

    Azizan gave a statement that he feel bad about it, but, again, PAS and Ulamak didn’t put this case as “anti-Islam” and had forgiven it by not making more noise about it.

    But UMNO? Well, this is the issue they definately love!

  32. #32 by parameswara on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 4:31 pm

    the series of issues hurled against Teresa are attempts to incite and agitate Malays into feelings of anger.

    angry people no longer respond to reasons, and are bent on taking extreme action.

    fortunately, pure Malays have a cultural antidote against such extremism. It is called kesabaran or tolerance.

    if Teresa’s skirt was really a big issue, Teresa wouldn’t even have the slightest chance of leaving footprints on the masjid’s compound.

    in fact, i believe, Malays at the Majlis Buka Puasa sympathized with her ISA ordeal, and were compassionate towards cultural ignorance that were honestly unintentional. They understood that non-muslim are simply non-muslims. It is not possible for them to be conscious of Islamic principles at all times.

    compare that with what happened when the lead of a Malay rock band showed his buttock during a pakatan rally, he was taught a lesson by the crowd.

    this shows, pure Malays do possess the sensibilities, which is part of their deep tradition, to weigh the situations, and act accordingly. They are outspoken when the hurt is intentional, but compassionate and forgiving when the hurt is unintentional.

  33. #33 by taiking1 on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 4:51 pm

    Its ok. Let them do what they want. My view is that for 20 plus years umno has not practise meritocracy to itself. Hence, what they have inside there is a bunch of half past sixes. Ahmad Ismail and his pendatang penumpang issue. It backfired. Syed Botak and his isa arrests. They are all wrong and obviously unjustifiable. Again backfired. Let them continue with their ways. Their actions will all be proven wrong and will backfire. And can be collected by pakatan as bullets for use in countering them.

    Teresa’s skirt is an issue? Common. You cant be serious. Gimme a break wil ya. That’s the only reaction one should give to them.

  34. #34 by parameswara on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 5:00 pm

    with consistent lying, falsity (if not exposed) becomes truth.

  35. #35 by abunsui on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 6:25 pm

    For those who ever said Teresa is anti – Islam, anti – Malay, and any kind of “anti”, can you people please charge her in court and show all your faces in Utusan Malaysia. Teresa is “lady” (Jantan) enough to face you all. Are you all “Jantan” enough to charge her. If NOT just KEEP QUIT. Don’t just making noise and create tension.

    The Rakyat want to know you all. Don’t just use “molotove” and “controlled media” to voice out your baseless issue. We have court to plead our allegation(s).

  36. #36 by lopez on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 6:29 pm

    lunatics are lunatics no matter what colour is their skin or their gender.

    i think it will be a feild day at the city , maybe there will announce that people in skirts or in singlet or in shorts to not appear in front of them and be in front of them except the blind ones.

    if they are enough blind ones maybe the use of perfume should be banned too….it is erotic smell to some.

    what about the voice of some people, they talk with sexy voice, then should not speak as it may unneccessary excite others.

    phew what a tieu

  37. #37 by ekans on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 7:14 pm

    It’s all clearly a diabolical ruse by UMNO to put the Pakatan Rakyat in a bad light.
    The unfortunate demolition of a Hindu temple in Ampang by MPAJ is also an attempt to cloud the people’s minds especially those who had voted for Pakatan Rakyat. Earlier, a war of words raged between BN & PR politicians over this issue, which caused much confusion amongst the people. Fortunately, the comments of the people who should matter most, which is of the temple committee chairman, was finally published in today’s NST. It turns out that MPAJ had admitted their mistake to him and their deputy council president is being suspended. It also turns out the temple committee chairman had also earlier called for this incident not to be politicised.
    There was also news that a lot of Kedahans were fooled by leaflets which claimed that the Kedah MB will give out duit raya.
    All elected PR MPs & ADUNs and also the rakyat should be wary of such deceitful ‘tricks’ up UMNO’s sleeves..

  38. #38 by lee wee tak_ on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 7:29 pm

    another example of why Malaysians are losing focus. We care about Teresa’s skirt or words she never spoke and no hue and cry, no molotovs, no police report, no banners, maybe even some support for this one, eh? his-raya/

    I doubt the AG would issue any report about this deal. Pencils and screwdrivers yes, tanks, planes, ships, submarines and army rations…never heard any press report about the efficiency or effectiveness of the procurement practice.

  39. #39 by lee wee tak_ on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 7:29 pm

    If YB Teresa’s detractors are defenders of Malay rights as they claim, I wonder what’s their take on this?

    “Bursa wants bumiputera shareholding rules relaxed

    KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 1 – Bursa Malaysia, the former Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange, has asked the government to relax shareholding requirements that mar the market’s attractiveness, industry officials say.


    Also, the proposals are backed by powerful ethnic Malay businessmen including Nazir Razak, chief executive of investment bank CIMB and younger brother of Finance Minister and soon-to-be prime minister Najib Razak. ”

    Any similliar reaction on this one? Any SMSs, bottles, banners? This is definitely more far reaching and may be inconsistent with the target of having 30% bumi equity….so on one hand want to prolong NEP to reach this shareholding target but on the other hand want to liberalise the share market.

    A clarification is much appreciated.

  40. #40 by awko on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 8:03 pm

    Anwar vs Abdullah in Malaysia’s Casino Royale
    by Alex Wong (

    In a no-table-limit poker game between two players, the winner is not necessary the one with the best cards. It could also be the one with the highest amount of chips, or the one with the biggest bluff, or both.

    For full article, go to:
    Article is available under the September post.

    My article was also published in Malaysiakini on 17 Sept under the title “Abdullah vs Anwar: Who Will Fold First”.

  41. #41 by aiyohteruknye on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 8:04 pm

    Whoever is/are inciting the racial politics are doing it in desperation for support. Since the major loss in the elections, all kinds of wrongdoing are being committed. First the sodomy charges on Anwar again. Then the ISA arrests of innocent individuals. Then the racial card is pulled. Then the attempts to clamp down the media. Now the latest is the attempt to take Abdullah Badawi out of his position..why? Simple… Because he is actually quite clean and his “naive-ness” is making the corrupt people around him worried because Abdullah is actually allowing ACA to start doing their work. If he continues this way, more and more things will be uprooted and worms dug out.
    Consider this: what if the next in line is actually guilty of certain crimes? What if various serious UMNO council members are corrupt? Would it therefore not be logical that if Abdullah keeps allowing or appearing to be “weak”, these peoples’ positions will eventually be in jeopardy?
    Therefore, it is only logical to take Abdullah out, replace him with a corrupt person. ACA will therefore be quelled. Nothing will be upturned. Hence the layman (like me) will not know anything and things will be seemingly hunky dory, while corruption/crime at the highest levels can go on.
    This of course is but a theory and not an accusation lest I too be arrested under ISA. But if I am arrested… that would mean i’m probably correct.
    Raja Petra must have been correct then.

  42. #42 by KennyGan on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 8:54 pm

    MIC and Samy Vellu is really going to town on the Ampang temple demolition issue, trying to make as much political capital as possible. Even MCA Youth has joined in. All this over a probable failure in the chain of command and not a willful act by the PR govt.

    My question is, where were their voices when the the BN state govts were doing a string of temple demolitions in Selangor and Perak? Had they been half as vocal as they are now, a lot of Hindu temples may have been saved and Hindraf may not have given birth.

    To the hypocrites in MIC and MCA, I’ll like to see what your response is when the next temple is demolished by a BN state govt. Let’s hope you’ll condemn as bravely s you’re doing now.

  43. #43 by cemerlang on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 9:42 pm

    Actually, religion is something personal between an individual and his / her god. In Malaysia, this is being politicalized. That is why people use it for anything and everything they can think of. Remember the election campaign attack on YB Teresa ? Coming back to the dress code, when she visited the big blue mosque in Shah Alam, Queen Elizabeth of United Kingdom was given a robe to wear. Why is it that Malaysians know how to take care of international diplomatic ties but would not take care of their own people ? Even though they are opposition members, yet they are Malaysians. If Islam is for all, then why so sensitive if someone else enters the mosque, not knowing the Islamic protocol ? If non believers see such a thing, they would think twice before embracing Islam. You should put a guard or two and stop anyone from entering the mosque if they are not righteous looking. It is wrong to purposelly set someone up to be the scapegoat. Good to know that Allah is all knowing.

  44. #44 by homeblogger on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 11:15 pm

    BloodSucker Says:

    Yes, today I think of posting a hari raya congrat note to Najib’s blog but failed to do so. Read on why?

    Malaysians are grateful to read Najib’s new website on and invited all Malaysians to participate in writing comments and feedback to his blog. Najib wanted to analyse and test how great his popularity to become the next PM in Malaysia. Unfortunate, his blog is closed for public feedback and comments now since many Malaysians have voiced their comments hurt his eyes and painful heart reading them. What a great shame ? Najib is future PM has chicken out from listening the moment of truth from his rakyat. Do we want a coward PM ?


    Hey… you’re right. They say the truth hurts. I’m sure it must have been painful to see 99 out of 100 comments calling him Najis and reminding him that Malaysians are worried their next PM is (allegedly) someone who likes it doggy style in the back door and then doing a blow (up) job. I don’t know if it’s true but… everytime I see him on TV or in the news, I will wonder.

    In any case, he is just one more UMNO racist that I never voted for. He will be just be another jaguh kampung, thinking that Malaysia voted for him when in fact, it is just a handful of money-grabbing, racist, ketuanan-supporters who put him there. Or maybe it is just Ahmad Ismail who decided that he is the next chosen one?

  45. #45 by bystander on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 - 11:53 pm

    Why is Umno thinking of holding the Islamophobia convention in malaysia? malaysia does not have the moral right to do that. by doing so, malaysian govt is the biggest hypocrite. Why because –
    1. nonmuslims here do not have the freedom of speech – banning of the Herald and ISA on journalist Tan, Hindraf members, Teresa Kok and RPK
    2. no freedom of religion – demolition of churches & temples, non approval of building of churches like in pahang for the christian natives
    3. discrimination policies and marginalisation of nonmuslims through NEP, education, univs (UITm) with 100% malays (unlike in france where 80% are muslims in catholic school), employment etc
    4. muslim/umno extremists like ahmad ismail and kerismuddin get away unpunished with racist statements like squatters and pendatangs etc
    5. protests by muslims against Bar council forum on conversion
    Muslims in EU countries like france and UK are allowed to build mosques, practise islam, muslim schools, discrimination is illegal by law etc etc.
    muslims here suffer from xenophobia as evidenced by ahmad ismail’s infamous statement and supported by most umnoputras and nearly half of the malay popn. malaysia should be looking inwards asking why muslims are discriminating and treating nonmuslims here shabbily. as such, malaysia should hold a Xenophobia convention rather than islamophobia which should be held in US or UK. kettle calling pot black.

  46. #46 by hanturaya on Thursday, 2 October 2008 - 12:38 am

    Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri to all Malaysians especially Muslim friends. pls Boycott Utusan and let send Umno to hell.

  47. #47 by AsalUsuLMalaysia on Thursday, 2 October 2008 - 3:36 am

    Erm.. ive seen Condoleezza Rice wearing skirts everywhere she goes included UAE Country they didn’t complain either. Nor they want her to cover her face. lol…

    Kleptocrat’s colony they do nothing much but sick thingy.

  48. #48 by Bigjoe on Thursday, 2 October 2008 - 9:10 am

    Teresa Kok should demand air time on RTM, TV3 & channel 9 to give her story and bring on PAS and other muslim supporters. If she does not get it, she should make demands in parliament, move a motion of ‘equal access’ to media.

  49. #49 by lopez on Thursday, 2 October 2008 - 9:12 am

    which hole did these lunatics crawl out from, a cave in the mountain maybe, what kind of minds are these …deep in depression or perhasp sick the moment they are born …impossible..these people are not born they vaporise from thin air gravely malnutrition in essence of life…do they ever knwo reproduction at all.

    maybe the air breathe out from people in skirts would be harmful too, dont suckle the milk from them too, go suck a dixk or a stick

  50. #50 by veddy.lum74 on Thursday, 2 October 2008 - 9:51 am

    mahai all the hypocrite ulamaks and imams,after watching Teresa’s ‘tunnel’,then accused it’s against Islam rules?!

    It was a joke related to ‘tunnel’ issue last UMNO assembly,why now become an anti Islam issue?What about Rafi,never wear a scarf,is she anti-Islam too?Really multiple standards,bloodifoool!

  51. #51 by Cinapek on Thursday, 2 October 2008 - 3:16 pm

    These retards will not stop. They are in a terminal denial mode that they have lost Selangor and will stoop to anything to try to regain power.

    Give them more rope to hang themselves. But just be careful. The more rope they have to hang themselves the bigger the fool they will make themselves out to be.

  52. #52 by justiciary on Thursday, 2 October 2008 - 4:43 pm

    Those idiots and bums talk so much about covering from their heads to their toes.But they have forgotten that they are the greatest hypocrites.Who commit incest,illicit sex,sexual crimes the most and who practise polygamy?Hypocrisy has become so intolerable that it is very sickening to hear related remarks about dress and attire from certain people.

  53. #53 by veddy.lum74 on Thursday, 2 October 2008 - 9:47 pm

    you know,the 3 indonesian ulamaks (wearing taliban costume) that blasted the Bali hotel,causing many tourists death,many from australia,have no sense of sorry for their cowardy behavior,despite killing innocent people,and calling it was JIHAD,Allah willl send them to heaven!
    Dont be surprised,here in malaysia,we have plenty of these similar mentality ppl too!

  54. #54 by Toyol on Friday, 3 October 2008 - 9:28 am

    Teresa has dedicated her entire life in championing for the underprivileged and for human rights. It is inconceivable that she would choose now to be a racists! AS usual, its UMNO who tries at all costs to make everything a racial matter. Indeed a bankrupt party and now irrelevant.

  55. #55 by Freedom on Friday, 3 October 2008 - 2:24 pm

    BloodSucker Says:

    October 1st, 2008 (2 days ago) at 11: 52.51

    Teresa Kok – please care to learn some Malay and Muslim cultures before you attend their functions if invited the next time without any weaknesses for the evils to create avenues in hurting you again

  56. #56 by ekans on Friday, 3 October 2008 - 10:15 pm

    Remember the nude-squat ‘ketuk ketampi’ handphone video which Teresa had revealed not so long ago?

    It seems that there are pro-UMNOputras who have been claiming that Teresa had purposely implied that the girl in the video was a Chinese national so that the UMNO-led BN govt would look foolish by apologising to the govt of China when the girl in the video was actually a Malay.

    These pro-UMNOputras are now using this story to justify Ahmad Ismail’s ‘no apology’ stance, and also in an attempt to stir up more anger against Teresa amongst the Malay community.

    ISA, petrol bombs, death threats, attire issue and now this…

    Hopefully, Teresa will stay strong & not be discouraged and demoralised.

  57. #57 by budak on Sunday, 5 October 2008 - 8:56 am

    ini-lah budaya UMNO-BN…

    BN doggies quarters (MCA, MIC, Gerakan & others) had admitted, agreed & supporting to such acts… :-)

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