Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Ibrahim Ali is threatening Malaysian society

(Photo is taken from Malaysia Insider. Ibrahim Ali kisses a kris at the movement's inaugural congress that was opened by Dr Mahathir at the PWTC, Kuala Lumpur, on Saturday, March 27, 2010. — Picture by Jack Ooi)

PERKASA's Ibrahim Ali claims to protect Malays' (majority of Bumiputeras) welfare by waving and kissing his keris during PERKASA's recent launch. But he never questions the UMNO government's missing RM52billion that was allocated for the Bumiputeras. It was Lim Guan Eng, a Malaysian Chinese politician who is also the Chief Minister in Penang, who urged the authorities to set up an independent inquiry into the missing fund, seeking justice for the Malays. Ibrahim Ali is an uncontrolled dog who keeps stirring up racial tension among Malaysians for his own personal political gain.

Malaysia Today commented along with Democratic Action Party that, "Ibrahim Ali, the president of Perkasa who was waving a keris in the company of Mahathir and other “warriors” to signify that the movement is ready to shed blood to defend Malay rights. (It brings back images of Hishammuddin Hussein waving a keris at the Umno general assembly in 2005, for the same reason – to defend Malay rights.)"

"For in him all the fullness of God was pleased to dwell, and through him to reconcile to himself all things, whether on earth or in heaven, making peace by the blood of his cross." (Col 1.19-20)

Racial reconciliation is what we need and what has been demonstrated by Christ on the cross. Dogs like Ibrahim Ali keeps on segregating people from people.

While Christ spilled his own blood to bring about reconciliation, Ibrahim Ali wants to spill other people's blood with his keris to further divide us from one another. Evil.

1 comment:

Rahula said...

Hi Sze Zeng,

Isn't Mahathir an Indian? While his mother is a Malay, his father is a Malayalee Muslim who migrated from Kerala,India.

Ahmad Ismail is also coming back, I heard.

I hope I don't sound racist, but Mahathir being present there is strange enough for these thoughts to arise.