In her article Condoms, Chinese and the constitution at Malaysiakini, sweetie Helen Ang revealed to us the attempts by Mohd Ridhuan Tee Abdullah, to intrude, interfere and impose his rigid sexual morality on non-Muslim Malaysians.
Sweetie told us the bloke wrote in an Utusan article titled 'Isu timbul kerana kejahilan beragama', that: “… liquor has now become a part of the Chinese culture/way of life, just like sex outside marriage”.
He also said that the non-Malays “can go to Kuala Lumpur, drink arak and visit the nightclubs until they pass out because maybe their religions allow them to do so.”
Let me answer that.
Firstly, liquor has always been a part of Chinese culture since time immemorial – it didn’t start here in Malaysia. China’s most famous poet Li Po was said to have fallen into a vat of wine while drunk, and drowned – what a … hic … way to go wakakaka!
As for sex outside marriage, I don’t believe Chinese have the monopoly on such acts – just look around the world … well I won’t say much here but I have Arab friends and I know how they behave when they see and are around women. There there is of course the domestic scene ... but 'nuff said ;-)
As for his assertion that “… non-Malays can go to Kuala Lumpur, drink arak and visit the nightclubs until they pass out because maybe their religions allow them to do so …”, while I won’t dispute the first part, that of pissing, puking and passing out which I had occasionally done (though I pride myself I don't puke nor pass out that easily wakakaka), I wonder how Ridhuan came to the offensive conclusion that our religions allow us to do so?
For your information, Ridhuan, some religions like Buddhism neither allow nor disallow - it's between our gods/beliefs and us, and not for some modern wannabe prophets to dictate to or threaten us, so kindly F* off.
Apart from intruding into our religious beliefs, Ridhuan seemed to be obsessed with the sexual activities of non-Muslims.
There are some like Ridhuan - Chinese Muslims or Muslim with a Chinese father and Malay mum, or with a Malay dad and a Chinese mum - who always feel a desperate need to prove to their Malay-Muslim counterparts that they are also Muslim tulin or Malay wannabe yang tulin.
Once my ‘best friend’ was one of them – he was always f* feral and ferocious in his Muslim-Malay-ness but only when there were Malays around, but would be the nicest and most secular-minded liberal when they weren’t.
I regret not asking him why he had to so ‘prove’ his Muslim-Malay-ness because the poor bloke died in an unfortunate accident – I’ll never ever know.
In some ways I feel sorry for this Ridhuan bloke who has obviously found himself or felt that he is in a social twilight zone, where he believes he is neither accepted here nor there, but wants to be, so has to keep trying.
Ridhuan should perhaps look at those people working in departments starting with the acronym of 'JAI-' because I recall one case where such an officer who caught a woman in a nightclub (or somewhere) offered to ‘let her go’ if she did a blowjob for him. I assure Ridhuan he isn’t Chinese, and I doubt he offered to wear a condom for the blowjob.
Then there was that Zuok nightclub case where some 'JAI-' officers (obviously not Chinese) forced women to urinate in front of their hot hungry eyes. Rather pathetic to be so desperate - I have some old copies of 'Playboy' and 'Penthouse' I could donate to their office for their wanking pleasures.
Dr Ridhuan, kindly look into these incidents or you are the greatest hypocrite in moralising to non-Muslims.
Now I would like to refer again to my matey Dean John’s article Umno boys protest too much which states words to the effect that when a bloke comes on mucho too macho, he could possibly be a monoclinous MSM.
Dean and I suspect that when someone overdoes something, or overcompensates, could it be that he wishes to hide another something, not unlike the above case of someone not quite Malay trying to over-prove his Malay-Muslim-ness?
Tongue-in-cheek, Dean pointed out that those UMNO Youth wannabe Hang Tuahs outside the Australian High Commission, with their wira-style headbands, looked more like Village People contingent in a gay-pride march than serious political protestors wakakaka!
Dean pointed out statistics have shown that as many as 10% of adult humans are either bi or gay, though a great many either deny or pretend they're not, especially in countries like Malaysia where it's against the law wakakaka.
Dean being Dean of course ended up by remarking that, “… as hopelessly heterosexual as I am, I've often wished I was at least bisexual so I could, as Woody Allen once famously remarked, have twice the chance of a date on Saturday nights”.
I am more moderate - I think I'll settle for sweetie Helen Ang wakakaka (just a joke Helen) ;-)