Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Dr Asri - a very dangerous & ungrateful man


We need a Saddam Hussein in Malaysia, says Asri in hitting out at ‘anti-Malay’ voices

Perlis mufti Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin 

PETALING JAYA: Perlis mufti Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin has defended his remarks on preserving the Malays’ cultural and political dominance, suggesting that there is a free-for-all climate in Malaysia which only a strongman like Saddam Hussein can put a stop to.

He said it was time that authorities rein in leaders from among the minority communities who question the Malay dominance in an attempt to undermine the country’s national character.

“We never liked Saddam Hussein and his cruelties. But it was because of him that Iraq was not divided during his time,” he said, referring to the Iraqi dictator whose regime collapsed in 2003 following an invasion by US-led coalition forces.

Asri said Malaysia needed a strong, dominant leader to take on the “many thugs we currently have”.

“And we will look for a candidate,” he added.

“Sometimes, in a place with a lot of gangsters, the leader needs to be one of the gangsters as well,”
Asri said at a Merdeka-related event at the state-run Kolej Universiti Islam Perlis on Sunday evening.

This has been VERY DANGEROUS talk, more so by a religious preacher. Dr Asri is becoming like the infamous notorious mafulat-ish Zakir Naik.

How could he have said Malaysia needs a PM like the character of Saddam Hussein and who is also a thug?

While many of us, including kaytee, resent the way the USA had invaded the sovereign state of Iraq and at one stage occupied that unfortunate country and removed Saddam, permanently by the most vicious means, there's no denying Saddam was a brutal dictator who oppressed the Iraqis, in particular the Shias.

The Middle-East has many such brutal dictatorial leaders, which has been why that region is so eff-ed up. It seems Dr Asri has a proclivity to serving under such brutal leaders, ignoring their evil wicked impact on their respective people.

Dr Asri's bizarre and frightening statement came in the wake of a double barrel blast at non-Malays & non-Muslims, to wit, his own declaration that Malaysia is for the Malays, and Pak Haji Hadi Awang's averment that a non-Malaysian Muslim (namely Zakir Naik) is more to be protected than even non-Muslim Malaysian citizens.

There we have the Parti PAS president telling us that a non-citizen but Muslim like Zakir Naik is more treasured by him and his party PAS than citizens (born, bred and having served Malaysia) but who are not Muslims.

In photos below we show Malaysians who had been awarded by HM the Agong the Seri Pahlawan Gagah Perkasa (SP), the Nation's highest award for gallantry ...

Seri Pahlawan Gagah Perkasa (SP)

... and the the Panglima (or Pingat) Gagah Berani (PGB) for act of extreme bravery and valor.

Panglima (or Pingat) Gagah Berani (PGB) 

Sadly, some had passed away, with a few actually in the operations they had sacrificed their lives for the nation's and rakyat's security, including that of ungrateful Pak Haji Hadi Awang and Dr Asri.

late Kapt Mohana Chandran SP (posthumous) 

late Fong Thean Kit SP 

Superintendent of Police Paul Kiong SP 

Deputy Superintendent of Police (late) Sia Boon Chee, SP

David Fu Chee Ming PGB 

Lee Ah Pow PGB  

Maurice Lam Shye Choon PGB  

Malaysia's war against the CT could and would NOT have been won without the sterling and daring role of the police special branch (SB)

IGP: Yuen Yuet Leng to be buried with full police honours

In 'less divisive' days Malaya-Malaysia depended heavily (though not solely) on mainly Chinese policemen & women in the Special Branch (SB) to win our war against the insurrection of the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM)

Then the head of the SB Division (a two-star bloke) was always a Chinese but which practice ended together with the end of the Malaysian Emergency (probably because the Chinese were no longer useful after the defeat of the MCP)


(1) Why Chinese did NOT fight for a NON-existent Malaya-Malaysia?

(2) Not all CT were Chinese, not all heroes were Malays.

Pak Haji's most unbelievable announcement showed his disdain of democracy, statehood, citizenry and love & respect for Malaysia, and more of his Ayatollah-ish mentality - BTW, the title of Ayatollah is of Shia provenance, wakakaka, but it nonetheless reflects on Pak Haji's disturbing un-Malaysian political knowledge.

I wonder what the non-Muslim division of Parti PAS has to say when Pak Haji obviously considers them as second class citizens?


  1. "the non-Muslim division of Parti PAS has to say when Pak Haji obviously considers them as second class citizens"

    Meow… meow… where's my fish?

  2. Muslims love strongmen and despots.

    1. Bcoz intrinsic to the original Abrahamic doctrine IS blood for blood.

      And only ruthless man can carry out that dogma enshrined so deeply & unconsciously within the minds of the followers, who r actually scare & looking everywhere for protection!

  3. saddam hussein is a hero, he fight usa, xi also a hero, he fight usa, n fight the thug in hongkong, xinjiang, tibet n taiwan. there r similarity among muslim n chinese, we all worship hero n dictator.

  4. The Deep State infiltrates the weak minds and guilty hearts. Their way of thinking is insidious and powerful. From the top echelons of the religious and political order to the lowest rank and file.

  5. '... the head of the SB Division was always a Chinese but...'.
    Of course the Chinese have to fight the communists, because they were the ones who were responsible with the ideology in the first place in idyllic Tanah Melayu.

    1. Did u rewrite the propagation of Communism amongst the melayu?

      Or u just pick yr fart up from the residual foul gas released by our tok guru?

      Perhaps u should read/research that ideology from abang across the strait in nusantara.

  6. Even our royal households have Chinese ancestry...they have no issue with this....but our POLITICIANS and RELIGIOUS LEADERS use race as a weapon to create fear, division and mis-trust.

    Queen shares stories about Chinese heritage.....

    Saturday, 27 Jul 2019


    ...."I am Cantonese. I can speak a bit of the dialect and also some Hokkien. I am a Raja Permaisuri Agong with Chinese parentage," said Tunku Azizah, who is the wife of Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah.

    Tunku Azizah said during the interview with Sin Chew Daily that her roots go back to Guangdong in China.

    The interview was held ahead of the upcoming installation ceremony of her husband as the 16th Yang di-Pertuan Agong on July 30.

    "If I go to China to trace my roots, it is possible to even find the ancestral house and the fourth-generation descendants. Whether it is Ong or Wong, I confirm that I am a Raja Permaisuri Agong with Chinese parentage," she said.

    Tunku Azizah is the daughter of the late Johor Ruler Sultan Iskandar and the sister of current Johor Ruler Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar.

    Sharing an account of her family history going back to 1885, Tunku Azizah said that the late Sultan Abu Bakar of Johor married the daughter of a Chinese merchant, Wong Ah Gew and added that this daughter became Sultanah Fatimah.

    "That's where I got my Chinese lineage from," said Tunku Azizah, adding that Sultanah Fatimah was from a very rich merchant family in Singapore.

    Permaisuri Johor pays homage to Chinese maternal grandmother

    Tuesday, 20 Aug 2019


    JOHOR BARU: Permaisuri Johor Raja Zarith Sofiah Binti Almarhum Sultan Idris Shah has always emphasised to her children on their multiracial background.

    Her Majesty paid homage to her maternal Chinese grandmother in a post titled “Love sees no colour” which was posted on the Royal Johor Facebook page yesterday.

    Raja Zarith Sofiah said when she turned 60 a few days ago, the gifts she received from her eldest son, Tunku Mahkota Johor Tunku Ismail Ibni Sultan Ibrahim, were photographs of his three children, complete with their little palm prints and footprints.

    “These were wonderful reminders that I am now a grandmother of three! Alhamdulillah, I am blessed!

    “Those photographs are displayed on my shelves together with the many others of my family,” she said.

    Raja Zarith Sofiah said among the photographs was one showing Tunku Ismail as a baby, being held in the arms of her maternal grandmother.

    Her Majesty said her grandmother was a Peranakan Chinese and her late brother was Tan Sri Chang Min Tat, a Malaysian Federal Court judge.