Wednesday, March 05, 2014

3 sweeties, only 1 real Princess Reformasi

Do you remember when Princess Reformasi was under siege in early November 2012 for allegedly expressing her support for freedom of religion for all Malaysians, including Malays, in a forum titled “Islamic state? Which vision? Whose responsibility”?


Nurul Izzah

Sweetie was so reported by FMT in its news article Nurul Izzah backs religious freedom for all.

Needless to say, UMNO jumped eagerly on her alleged statement, with another sweetie, deputy minister Mashitah Ibrahim out to get her in some legal way, while Dr Mahathir also criticized her for her alleged unIslamic statement.

A few days later, Tian Chua's Malaysian Chronicle had then came out with an article titled Nurul is an Angel in our midst. Mashitah Ibrahim, you are a spinning pathological liar wakakaka.

I wonder whether the Malaysian Chronicle had upgraded or downgraded Nurul from Princess Reformasi to Angel, wakakaka.

But the poor sweetie was so stressed (panicked?) by the UMNO mob against her that she sought help from Dr Asri, while PAS' Dzulkefly Ahmad, then still an MP, was reported by the Malaysian Chronicle (wakakaka) for criticizng sweetie Mashitah Ibrahim as being ‘diabolical’ in attacking sweetie Nurul.

I have to admit Mashitah was/is 'diabolically' good looking, wakakaka.


Mashitah Ibrahim

Naturally sweetie Nurul denied supporting apostasy and, I believe, went on to sue Utusan Malaysia and Berita Harian for allegedly twisting her words.

Now, the person who asked her the question which led to the alleged controversial statement was none other than sweetie Siti Kassim, a member of the Bar Council human rights committee and Orang Asli rights advocate.


In the midst of the UMNO-generated brouhaha over Nurul's alleged statement, Siti Kassim came out to say that she was disappointed with Nurul for backing away from her statement that freedom of religion was a right for all including the Malay-Muslims. She lamented that Nurul has failed to stand firm on her remark.

Siti Kasim said: “I believe Nurul was just trying to impress the people. She didn't think of the consequences. There’s nothing wrong about it [freedom of religion], she is saying the truth. I expected a hoo-ha after that. But as a politician, you just need to stick to the truth."

"In the following days she ‘retracted’ her remark, and said she did not support apostasy. But indirectly when you say you support freedom of religion, and if Malay wants to get out from Islam, that’s apostasy.”


I had then written: Hmmm, maybe Nurul indeed wanted to impress her audience but alamak, Siti, cut her some slack lah as Nurul is still young and really, a babe in the political woods. Besides, to a Muslim, apostasy is an extremely serious issue, where the punishment could well be death (though of course the authorities won't go to that extent in Malaysia).

Well, we hear once again about sweetie Siti. In today's Malaysiakini Angry crowd tries to barge into court, a report on the court hearing on the never-ending dispute between the Catholic Church and the Home Ministry, she (Siti, not Nurul, wakakaka) was reported as being present outside the court together with various other mobs, wakakaka, but wearing a striking black T-shirt that bore the words, "Almighty Allah, Allah - Lord of the whole world", and holding a bouquet of chrysanthemums.



Malaysiakini reported: Siti explained that her presence in court along with four others was to show the alternative views of other Malays, those who do not support the use of the word "Allah" as exclusive to Muslims in Malaysia.

Siti, while I've been one of the very few (only one?) non-Muslim who refused to support the Church's insistence on using the Allah-word, I have to salute you for your courage, resolute and personal integrity in holding on to your values, principles and amazing inclusiveness.

You are the real Princess Reformasi.

Sorry Nurul, wakakaka. And sorry too, Mashitah, you don't qualify by a zillion kilometres, wakakaka.

Addendum: fz.com's Spat breaks out at sidelines of Allah hearing (extracts):

“I [Siti Kassim] am here, along with a few other individuals to give out flowers as a symbol of peace which is reflective of Islam. We are not here to antagonise but just like these fellows out here, we have a right to express our opinion as well,” said Siti who was leading a group of more than 20 individuals from all ethnicities.

She pointed to her t-shirt which has the words: “Allah hu rabbi al amin” (Allah is the universal God) and stated that this is the true meaning of Islam, where Allah belongs to all.

“I would like to call out to all Malay Muslims, don’t let these people taint your akidah. Read the Quran and if you have your beliefs, don’t be afraid to speak up and voice it out. It’s time we, the unrepresented Malays, represent ourselves,” said Siti.

In the middle of her explanation on the meaning of “akidah” (faith), she was interrupted by an unnamed Egyptian chap who asked her what her interpretation of akidah is, to which she replied that she was not there to give out lectures but to show support for the Christians.

She was then immediately interrupted by Persatuan Muka Buku Penang (Penang Book Cover Association) chairman Salleh Ismail who blasted her in public, accusing her of “offending” and “provoking” the gathered protesters who easily numbered nearly a thousand.

“You say you are not here to antagonise anyone but your words and actions are very provoking and offensive. What is your understanding of akidah? You tell me now,” he questioned aggressively.

Siti then tried to calm Salleh down and handed him a flower while he tried to refuse her gift.

Calling him brother, Siti then tried to explain her position before the spat was broken up by the police, who quickly ushered Siti into the courthouse while taking an agitated Salleh to one side.

“She’s a murtad. She’s already a murtad,” said the 34 year old Salleh who arrived here this morning at 5.30am via bus.

Murtad is a Muslim term for an apostate.

Later, Siti told fz.com that she expected that kind of behaviour from the NGOs supporting the call that Allah cannot be used by non-Muslims in Malaysia.

“Of course I expected it. They need to learn to take a chill pill. It seemed today carrying flowers is more dangerous than carrying weapons. People fear flowers more than weapons.

“As for him calling me a murtad, only Allah knows my faith. And if his claims, that I am murtad are published, I believe I can sue him for slander or defamation. But I need to check on the legalities of it all,” said Siti.



Other 'inclusive' Sweeties


sweeties Marina Mahathri & Zainab Anwar (SIS) at Bangsar Village shopping mall KL handing out flowers and balloons as they expressed solidarity with Christians regarding the tussle over the word "Allah".

photo-news from TMI

6 comments:

  1. Well, Puteri Reformasi still dominate many bloggers side bar as future PM. When one despairs, one dreams (wet or dry) and anything sweet come along seems plausible. However, dearest is super quiet since being neutralize, first my RR misinformation for her to voice out in parliament and to make her look naΓ―ve. Then, of course, there is a case of... ahem... personal issues. Methinks, this will keep her under the radar even after PKR's elections since Khalid is a man of his own standing and need not rely on daughter nor mother's support.

    But kudos to the sweet ladies that have a voice...

    PS. Ktee seems super prolific today.. Wakakakaka... Must be durian runtuh season in OZ.

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    1. Nah! Kaytee seems to be very nostalgic. He reminisce how many especially Anwar had done to him especially as regard to his sister's cat. Aaargh.....such nostalgic memories sunk him back to the year of the cat......Hahahahaha! Cavanserai should learn some tips from Al Stewart......Such poetic songs

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-GMX2m8TUY

      His sister's name must be Cassandra. Together with his sister, they mesmerised in ancient tragedies including the trojan war......Hahahahaha!

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sILQz7O0XzQ

      HIs so called alter ego called Helen......HAHAHAHAHA! Though she's no prettier than the queen of sparta that launched the thousand ships......It fits the script perfectly........HAHAHAHAHA!

      "Oh Cassandra, what did you know
      You who bring bad news wherever you go
      You had the gift to see the future
      From Apollo so it's said
      And he made no one believe you
      When you would not share his bed
      Oh Cassandra, what did you see
      As you walked the lonely road of your certainty
      Gazing at the ruined city
      That your warnings could not save
      Oh Cassandra, so still and so grave
      Cassandra"

      HAHAHAHAHA! Anyway, in the feisty world of politics, I would prefer Paul Keating. He's the Man.......along with many prominent folks.......He whacked those who cringed about the so called lofty cultures......Fuck you la! HAHAHAHA!

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gc96KVsTKtY

      http://australianpolitics.com/1992/02/27/keating-blasts-liberal-party-fogies.html

      I Quote"

      Mr KEATING —In the past week we have had one of those rare philosophic outbursts from the Opposition. We had some remarks from the Leader of the Opposition and the honourable member for Bennelong at a philosophical level which could not have made the differences between the Government and the Opposition clearer than they did. They started off with the Leader of the Opposition, with his back turned as usual, talking about, ‘I NEVER LEARNT RESPECT AT SCHOOL' YOU SEE, I SHOULD NEVER SAID IN FRONT OF HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN OF Australia (Sound very famiy with the comments on naming the bridge using Agung's name) that Australia was now trading with the Asia-Pacific area. I should never have said that we have independence from Britain and Europe, as Britain joined the Common Market and as Australia trades now 70 to 80 per cent of its imports and exports with the Asia-Pacific area. I should never have made that remark about independence to the Queen of this continent. I should have had more respect. How dare I even reflect modestly on the old links with Britain, on the British bootstraps stuff? Of course we then had a flurry of comment by the honourable member for Bennelong about the 1950s and what a very good period that was—he said it was a very, very good period, a golden age. That was the period when gross domestic product per head was half what it is now; when commodities occupied 85 per cent of our exports; when telephones were half what they are now; when there were half as many cars per thousand people of population; when pensions were half their real value of today and when 10 children per 1,000 went to university instead of 30 per 1,000. That was the golden age when Australia stagnated. That was the golden age when Australia was injected with a near-lethal dose of fogeyism by the conservative parties opposite, when they put the country into neutral and where we very gently ground to a halt in the nowhere land of the early 1980s, with a dependency on commodities that would not pay for our imports."

      ALL IN THE HANSARD.......READ IT! YEAH VERY CIVILISED.......WONDER IF WE SHOULD EVER DO THAT IN MALAYSIA

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  2. Kaytee,well,leopards old and young cannot hide their spots.But a wolf in sheep's clothing can fool blind and color blind idiots,once,twice or even three times.

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  3. Nurul will stand a very good chance to be the potential PM,if PR manages to wrest federal power.Anwar was never destined to be the PM.Just look at the loyalist he has around him.

    Azmin needs to ride on Anwar's coat tails to be just notice,but he is of no leadership calibre.Rafizi is a smart dude,with credentials to be a warlord.A party strategist?He is useless and same like Azmin has no leadership calibres.He has been attacking his party's MB since the announcement of the 'Kajang Thingy',even with the by-election date drawing closer.With him as an ally,Khalid does not need Umno as his enemy.

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  4. Ms Siti, please sue the socks off Salleh.
    Was there a permit for the 12 bus loads to gather btw?

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  5. information of imiti and her revolutionary struggle in malaysia

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