Saturday, March 21, 2020

MOST dangerous person in Malaysia NOW

We have read of mass rallies by Muslims, Christians (mainly Catholics), Hindus, and even European rock concert lovers, plus whoever else around the world in total disregard or total ignorance of official warnings not to congregate in close proximity (or to maintain 'social distancing') in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

And we wonder why those people have thrown caution to the wind in their devotion to God (setting aside the sole secular exception of the European rock concert spectators).

Have they been erroneously advised? Have they been misled by their leaders/clerics into believing that somehow God would protect or exempt them from Covid-19?

Well, there could be that so let's read on to see how that would have come about.

MSN News:

Dep minister closes Twitter account after uproar over Covid-19 post

Provided by Free Malaysia Today
Deputy Women and Family Development Minister Siti Zailah Mohd Yusoff

PETALING JAYA: Deputy Women and Family Development Minister Siti Zailah Mohd Yusoff has apparently closed down her Twitter account after sparking an uproar over a tweet she had made on Covid-19.

The post had read: “The likelihood of dying from the Coronavirus is only 1%, while the possibility of dying at any moment is 100%.

“Let’s renew our faith and fear God, truly death is real and it comes unexpectedly.”

© Provided by Free Malaysia Today Siti Zailah Mohd Yusoff’s post which sparked an uproar among internet users.

FMT is attempting to contact her for a response.

© Provided by Free Malaysia Today
The notice informing users that Siti Zailah Mohd Yusoff’s Twitter account has been closed

This comes just days after the deputy minister said in an interview with Sinar Harian that flight attendants should wear shariah-compliant uniforms.

Her comments drew the ire of the National Union of Flight Attendants Malaysia, which questioned her priorities in bringing up the question at a time when airline staff face possible job cuts in addition to the Covid-19 outbreak.

Apart from Siti Zailah's callous attitude and zero-compassion for airlines staff about to lose their jobs, she is possibly the MOST dangerous person in Malaysia today with her seditious preaching.

She's virtually saying "To eff with Covid-19 since the chances of anyone being killed by that virus is only 1% whereas dying any moment from something else is 100%".

Man, I'll be eff-ed - I believe we have arrived at our intended discovery, as to why so many thousands of religiously devout people ignored health warnings on Covid-19 to congregate in close proximity for God.

Siti Lailah, Deputy Minister - Sheeeee****t.


  1. As TK Chua says some Malaysians "complain too much", that definitely applies to KT...ha ha ha...complain complain complain about this and that like a fussy old man/woman about the PH government. When we had a decent minister you demand her resignation, now we have the most dangerous person replacing her, so how?

    Here was what KT quoted from the Malay Mail on Aug 30, 2018 about the previous Women and Community Minister Kak Wan.

    KT wrote the title and the last line below.

    So now Kak Wan not so bad right...?

    RESIGN Wan Azizah RESIGN

    MM Online - Young women angered by DPM’s stand on child marriage, survey shows (extracts):

    KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 30 — A majority of young Malaysian women surveyed by Iman Research disapprove of Datuk Seri Wan Azizah Wan Ismail and found her stance on child marriage weak, contrasting with an earlier survey that saw her become the most popular of six ministers in the Pakatan Harapan government.

    The view was widely held by both moderate and conservative Muslim women who felt the deputy prime minister had done little to address the issue while hiding behind “religious excuses”, the survey by think tank Iman found.

    Young men in the same focus group had little to say about child marriage but also found the PKR leader unfit to be a deputy prime minister.

    “Many of them felt she should have taken more action and be [leaning] more towards protecting child rights instead of saying religion allows for this or that,” Vila Somiah, Iman head of research, told a media briefing on the findings from the focus talks.

    Dr Wan Azizah, who is also minister of women, children community development, was widely criticised over the way she handled a child marriage case in Kelantan involving an 11 year-old girl and a 41 year-old rubber tapper.

    Critics felt the deputy prime minister did not make her position about the issue clear.

    They said while she did condemn the marriage, the PKR leader gave mixed signals when she dismissed criticism towards the authorities for not separating the child from the man.

    Most participants from the focus group also viewed her as politically weak, Iman noted.

    Many saw Dr Wan Azizah as a political puppet or a seat warmer who is not serious about leading, but one who merely acts on the instruction of her husband, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

    “She is seen as a puppet, a lot of her decisions are programmed/influenced by Anwar Ibrahim,” one of the interviewees were quoted as saying.

    Other participants had different reasons for disapproving Dr Wan Azizah.

    Some women, for example, felt she is “not a feminist” while others thought she was a poor choice as a minister likely because of her soft image, a perception generally held by many of her critics.

    The honorable thing for her to do is to resign, NOW!

  2. Air Itam Market still crowded like crazy every day, like What Movement Control Order ?

    Why Air Itam people so "lembu" type?
    Malay, Chinese, Indian all same mentality

    1. my kampung and I am disappointed and embarrassed by the thick heads. As mentioned several times, Ayer Itam has been one of the biggest, if not the biggest village in Malaya, and the residents think they live in a world of their own. Even during earlier curfew-ed eras, the villagers would run their own "vigilante corp" patrolling the villages' vulnerable points with due disregard to the police or soldiers.

  3. (“Kadang-kala kita hendak tunjuk yang kita ini kuat sangat Islam tetapi tidak ‘reti’ (faham) Islam. Kita merosakkan agama kita sendiri, merosakkan maruah agama Islam kita sendiri".) ~ Abdul Hadi Awang