Skip to comments.Malaysian Prime Minister to non Muslims: Stop resisting Islam
Posted on 07/28/2011 10:14:20 AM PDT by Nachum
Malaysia's mainstream media, being entirely government owned, often encodes 'sensitive' matters like 'race' and 'racism' (in actuality religious apartheid and Islamic supremacism) in a curious kind of double-talk, language that seeks to obfuscate reality rather than clarify it. Doublespeak usually characterizes governments which actively discourage critical thought and an informed citizenry. Malaysia and its government are no different.
Today's government broadsheet, as usual, prominently figures Prime Minister Najib's latest broadside. Najib's words is full of typically Malaysian double-talk. In the interests of clarification and the truth, it's time to translate Najib's words and see what he really means. From "PM: Move from 'tolerance to acceptance' of multi-racial M'sia", by Saodah Elias and Embun Majid, The Star, 28 July 2011:
ALOR SETAR: Malaysians must break down all walls that seperate [sic] and differentiate them from each other, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
Saying that being tolerant is no longer enough, the Prime Minister invited Malaysians to embrace the spirit of total acceptance.
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I would amend that to state “P*ss *ff you son of a pig f’n dog”.
Almost....almost exactly the response I was going to post.
Mine wouldn't have been as gentrified.
Coming to a theatre near you soon....
** CRUSADES II **
One of these decades..they’re gonna take a long, long look at Singapore...
I wouldn’t set foot in Malaysia or even Singapore ! It would be a shame that the Pacific Rim gets islamicized !
And remember this is the religion of peace, you would not want to deal with a religion of war.
I clicked on this thread to see if anyone would post this. Thanks for the laugh.
Mugatu wuz right.
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