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Tuesday, December 29, 2015

2015 - The year under Najib!

This could have been a good year but thanks to Najib who has been doing a great job in defining this country for all the wrong reasons with his (and her) extravaganza.! So, how did Najib defined Malaysia in 2015?

Firstly, Najib started by defending his wealth all the way to his father's grave; that his wealth was an inheritance which of course all of his brothers promptly denied. Najib must have known that he could not justify all the gains in his hand and needed to come up with something! And apparently he did - using the very person who could not be around to defend himself.

Secondly, Najib defined corruption to a totally new level. From corruption to commission (Scorpene case) and now to donation (RM2.6B) what else can you expect from Najib the Prime Minister of Malaysia? Can you guess what this means? He could be re-defining this 'donation' to something new again in 2016. Already there are some signs from WSJ reports recently. I guess you can be charged for corruption in Malaysia but if you re-defined it as a commission or donation you are off the hook from the long arm of the law. Lets wait and see for 2016 and hopefully its a just a false alarm!

Another interesting moment was the celebration of corruption in this year's UMNO AGM. We saw how certain leaders were ostracized for speaking up against corruption but the majority was blindly giving tacit approval and blessing to Najib to carry on with his so-called "donation" activities!

And thirdly, the return of oppressive laws and using Parliment as Najib's rubber stamp. Even without a 2/3 majority Najib has been able to bulldoze these laws to be passed without much hassle or let alone a proper debate. Not that he needs the 2/3 but imagine if he has one. We definitely have another Idi Amin or worse in the making and this is something all Malaysians should remember well during the next poll.

Fourthly, Najib has done a great job by breaking Pakatan and getting PAS to sleep with his party UMNO. Even Dr. Mahathir could not touch PAS but credit must be given to Najib for being able to do that. In fact, Musa Hitam was right when he said Najib is Dr. Mahathir best student. He is making 'great strides' in the way of his guru and now his own guru is having a really tough time to keep up with him! Personally, I hope PAS joins UMNO formally and I shall thank UMNO for burying PAS once and for all once it happens!

And lastly, the suffering of silent Malaysians. Ordinary Malaysians are feeling the heat from the high cost of living and Najib has turned a blind eye towards it. I believe the silent majority will not just endure this anymore. The silent majority holds the key to change all these blunders of Najib by changing Najib himself. But do we dare to do so in the next poll?

These are the 5 very defining moments in 2015! Will we be defined by Najib again in 2016 or do we want to define it by ourselves? I think many of us has learnt our lesson pretty well. It's about time we do what it takes as the politicians has constantly failed us again and again!

Here we come 2016 and Happy New Year to all!!!

Monday, December 14, 2015

PAU 2015 - A celebration of corruption!

The whole PAU 2015 was celebration of corruption, hammering the whistleblowers and discrediting the opposition in whatever way possible!

The direction seems to be on just winning the next GE14 based on corruption. This is what UMNO is presumably offering; that if we win we will be more atrocious in the way we have been and making the illegal legal.

What was in the mind of these delegates? Didn’t none of them thought of questioning the RM2.6B or 1MDB?? Surely, as grassroots leaders they would know the thinking and feeling on the ground. But they chose not to voice up but to choke themselves with dirty money!

This is something unacceptable by any standards. Just think about it…Anwar went into prison the second time, PAS decided to go on its own with Najib prodding them to join UMNO again, opposition leaders are being haul up, repressive laws are being drawn and shoved hurriedly and now this!

Why are these leaders getting themselves elected is just mind boggling to many thinking Malaysians.

How long do you think Malaysians needs to put up with such blatant rhetoric and their evil action that stinks to the lowest hell? We’ve got to STAND up to this crap.

If not, we are creating another Idi Amin and the goons.

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Boundaries in the Kingdom

Just before the Mass started yesterday I had this question in my mind on how long I have not attended Mass at my former parish (Cathedral of the Holy Spirit). I'm staying at the boundary of my former parish and my current parish (Church of Divine Mercy). But really, are there boundaries in the Kingdom of God that Jesus came to proclaim?

Nope, I believe there is none. Either I am are with God (close to God) or not! There are no boundaries or should I say fence sitters in the Kingdom. 

So, if that's the case where am I now? I would like to believe I'm on the side of God. 

And if that is so how close I am with Him now? 

I was also reading that weeks Herald and noticed that there has been a number of spiritual formations taking place in the Cathedral. They have just concluded their Parish Assembly and one of the highlights was the number of spiritual programmes that was organized in the past year. 

And knowing the leaders of the Cathedral they have done a really good job. 

Just a question: Has all the spiritual formation/ programmes help us to become closer with God? I believe it has and will continue to do so for all lay persons who attended. But this is the thing; that whatever spiritual formations we are organizing it has to bring us to the reality of God in our lives.

That it the ultimate goal of these programmes. In fact, that is what the Church that Christ established wants us to do. 

Spiritual programmes are not a substitute for God BUT to bring us closer to Him who is the source of all life! This what good spiritual formation do for us: it makes us teachable, open ourselves to God''s invitation and we in return respond to the  Great One unconditionally! Then the journey begins.

Still having boundaries between God and you??

Monday, December 7, 2015


We are in a mess and there seems to be no hope for any turnaround as long as UMNO-BN is in power. Be it politically, economically or socially we have failed as a nation under this ruling regime.

Till today we are yet to see any signs of UMNO-BN turning to a new leaf to turn this country around. They seem to be incapable of doing so. And that's the message they are rightfully sending to us!

Why is that so? I'm sure even those in the highest echelon of this regime knows the answer. But why aren't they doing anything about it? Why aren't changing or at least reforming?

Well, why should they as it has everything to do with Power & Money.

In Malaysia these 2 are very much interwined in almost every aspect of this country's management.

Without power there can be no money and without money there can be no power in Malaysia.

The ruling regime has been able to juggle this 2 necessary evil well especially in Dr. Mahathir time but they forgot the people has moved on and wanting more from their leaders.

In the past UMNO-BN has been able to blind fold the masses by promises of development, development and development.

We've been hood winked by UMNO-BN for the last 55 years and our standard of living has gone from bad to worse.

Today, the rakyat is asking back "Development for whom?"

Should we give them another 50 years? Never! Not even for another term.!!

As they say absolute power corrupts absolutely. This is the real mantra of the current regime. They have no shame or dignity left in them. Hence, it didn't take that long to bring down the PR Perak government.

In addition, UMNO-BN has at its disposal a string of kowtowing and a yes-man media to discredit the people's movement and the opposition. The Utusan, The Star, Berita Harian etc are all the tools they need just in case they need to create another riot!

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Genesis 3:15

Gen 13:5 - And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and hers; he will crush your head, and you will strike his heel."

Now, this verse got me thinking. If ...

 will strike His heel - Resulted in Jesus got whipped and crucified on the cross (which is already bad enough)
..He will crush your head -  Must have resulted in a total annihilation and a massacre in the kingdom of darkness. 

Paul gave a glimpse of this  "And having disarmed the powers and authorities, he made a public spectacle of them, triumphing over them by the cross." Colossians 2:15.

Wow! The message is really striking, powerful and complete. “On the back of Satan’s neck is a nail scarred footprint.” - C.S. Lewis

And it was prophesied thousands of years before Christ was born.  Think about that too!

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God Bless

Sunday, November 8, 2015

Psalm 119:105

I have always thought about this particular verse as it express dual ideas about the Word of God at one go.

Your word is a lamp for my feet,
    a light on my path.

This is what I believe the verse is saying:-

Lamp ------- Feet (The Word watches over every step I take in life)

Light ---------Path (The Word gives direction throughout my journey)

The Word of God covers my entire walk in this life. I'm covered!

It is this journey that brings us HAPPINESS

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God Bless your journey!

Thursday, August 27, 2015

What's Faith Got To Do...Politics?

Well, everything.

Just look at the Old Testament and see how Moses freed the Israelite's from their slave masters.

Yes, the slaves prayed and cried out and God answered their prayers by raising a prophet to confront Pharaoh and his oppressive government/policies that was busying themselves in mega projects at the back of the Israelite's.

What Moses did to secure the release of the slaves from Egypt? We can be very sure sure he did not just stop at praying which is also important!

With God's help Moses took several actions in a series of plagues to cripple the lives of the Egyptians from Pharaoh to the ordinary Egyptians.

In fact, these acts are very much akin to civil disobedience by modern day liberators such as Gandhi, Martin Luther King etc. Some of these acts are:-

a) Locust - Crippling the food supply chain.
b) Water turn into red - Total disruption of the basic livelihood of the Egyptians. 
c) Pestilence - Disease on their cattle which paralyzed the Egyptians economic/business livelihood.
d) Thunder and hail - The Egyptians was restricted in their movement.

Notice that these plagues did not affect the Israelite's much!

These acts or plagues was to force Pharaoh to release the slaves unconditionally.

The primary reason the Israelite's had to leave Egypt is so that they can go and worship the LORD their God and be freed. The reason for their liberation might be spiritual but the act of confronting Pharaoh to achieve their end was very much political!

As you can see faith and politics work hand in hand to achieve the goal which is to liberate themselves to become free man & women.

I believe our Christian faith not just teaches us to change the current oppressive policies of our government but also to free ourselves from this very  tyrannical government itself. It is our duty to equip ourselves with proper faith and knowledge on how we should we go about doing it.

My suggestion is to march in Bersih 4 or if you can't make it pray for the success of this ACT! I'm doing the latter.

Next I will be sharing on Prophet Elijah and his fight against his very own tyrannical king & queen!

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Merdeka for Real

Ringgit Malaysia is down to RM4 = USD1.
Lawlessness is unbecoming of this country (Lowyat).
Donation and money laundering are one and the same thing in Malaysia.
GST has sucked dry every last money from every hard working Malaysians.
And our political leaders are “very accountable” to the Rakyat. Admitted RM2.6B “donation” are used for elections and yet he still runs the country.

And we are supposed to celebrate Merdeka this month?
Should Merdeka mean anything to us with all the above? I think it should!

It means we deserve a 2nd Merdeka.
We deserve a 2nd Merdeka that will free us from the bonds of this rascals, unscrupulous leaders who could only think about their next coming donation or tax to imposed on the Rakyat.
We deserve a 2nd Merdeka that will ensure our prosperity as the Rakyat of this country. We should not be surviving after 58 years…we should be prospering by now!
We deserve a 2nd Merdeka to ensure none of Najib or his ilk’s will ever be able to stand  or become leaders at whatever level or period of our country.
We definitely need a 2nd Merdeka from this bunch of leaders!

A tree is judged by its fruits. If rotten fruits are always produced chop the tree.
If Dr. Mahathir leadership of 22 years has produced Najib I can’t imagine what sort of leaders will Najib produced for the next generation? Idi Amin and the like?
Can we afford to wait and see?  If we can’t change the country’s leadership thru the ballot box  now DO NOT think the next generation could so the same with the likes of Idi Amin.
They are corrupt and just as brutal and their evil ways just gets bigger and darker.

This cutting down or change requires action from all parties. The momentum has started some time ago and we’ve got to keep it strong.
By next GE we must have built a strong mass to bring this evil government down to its knees!
Then we can truly have a meaningful Merdeka. A real Merdeka.
A Merdeka for real!