Sweetie was responding to the amazing revelation of Khairuddin Aman Razali, a PAS Member of Parliament for Kuala Nerus, ... that watching Western films contributes to the rise in babies born out of wedlock.
The Malaysian Insight reported that: He raised this issue during the Budget 2018 allocation debate to the communications and multimedia ministry in Parliament.
It would indeed have been an amazing revelation if he was not from PAS, wakakaka, a party where some members seem preoccupied with 'making babies' or rather as I suspect, the art of making babies.
One of the more vocal PAS politicians who frequently aired his (similar) views on this has been Mr Tantawi or Nasrudin Hassan, PAS Information Chief.
Mr Tantawi believes Valentine's Day and New Year's celebrations are occasions for free sex and thus for 'singles', illegitimate babies.
I wish they would remove their minds from such 'topics' and focus on, if they're the Lee Lam Thye or Michael Chong type, helping society deal with scams, lil' Napoleons and City-Halls' "obstacle courses" (wakakaka), or ...
... if they're the Gobind Deo Singh type, ameliorate naughty cases of unilateral conversion to Islam by one (Muslim) parent which gave Islam a bad name or injustice like JAWI's cruel and illegal harassment of Nik Raina (hope Mr Tantawi knows the case of the Borders store manager charged by JAWI for selling at the material time a perfectly legal/allowed book).
FA Abdul offered a practical solution to those reckless bonking 'singles' to prevent babies being born out of wedlock and (this kaytee remebers) thus to avoid the innocent babies being stuck with the stigma of a 'bin Abdullah' label, tarring & feathering them with the sign of being 'bastards'.
FA Abdul advised those people to use 'condom'. In colloquial Malay it's sometimes called 'sarong', wakakaka.
Now one thing puzzles me. I know that Catholics are not supposed to use condoms but the 'rhythm method'. What about Muslims? Is use of contraceptives permitted? If not, then I suppose they could fall back on the 'rhythm method', wakakaka.