Islamic Jihadists also dislike Chinese DAP Malaysian who say a lot about “freedom of expression”. If they were here, they would slaughter you as they did to a Bristish Soldier in Woolwich. So please, don’t spread rubbish and hate propoganda anymore!!.

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Same religion, same mind and same God. But we are moderate. Don’t push us!!

The blasphemous

principle of the “freedom of expression

Another main fundamental of democracy is “freedom of expression”. This apparently nice-sounding idea is actually the antithesis of Islam. Islam teaches man the worship and servitude of Allah, whereas democracy teaches man all-out freedom in which even the most misguiding and blasphemous opinions are considered to be of the “fundamental rights of man”; democracy accepts it even if someone insults Allah, His Messenger or the Laws of Shariah. In democracy, there is nothing which cannot be criticized or commented upon. On the other hand, Islam says: “Allâh does not like that the evil should be uttered in public except by him who has been wronged. And Allâh is ever All –Hearer, All-Knower.” [4:148]

“If you ask them (about this),they declare: “We were only talking idly and joking.” Say: “Was it at Allâh and His verses and His  Messenger that you were mocking?” Make no excuse; you have disbelieved after you had believed. If We pardon some of you, We will punish others amongst you because they were Mujrimûn (disbeliever,polytheists, sinners, criminals,etc, (:65:66.)

Taken from the Azan, a new English version of Jihadist Magazine purportedly written by Al Shabab.

A new kind of broadcasting – a killing machine

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Die it is, the hard-guarded ethical journalism once ruled the front-page of any hard copy newspapers that sells, slowly but it’s surely. It happens everywhere in the world not because of the well-informed internet’ users but it is in the man’s obsessiveness of it, the Internet. We’d gone back to hawker centers, coffee shops’ news, that was full of uncertainty that abounds with lie or truth, or certainly with a lesser than truth’s story.

Instantaneous action or reaction from reality shows on TV scales the consequences of how human being of this century communicates. That’s all and good, on the other hand, when nastiness, meanness, brutality, malice and callousness is the order of the day that swarms newscasters or journalists to his job we’d be a Osamanised society in a matter of days.

Play on your photos to Photoshop with blood that did not bleed, arouses skeptical gruesome menace in a journalist or a supposedly educated informer of the new society. Portraying untruth as truth in a story is very common today as if it was then in centuries ago, when birds used to fly the news within enemy’s territories.

These things, tampered news broadcasting, only have their ulterior partisan motives, or whatever that persuades man to believe the untruth as a true story . That’s to kill or being killed. We have gone back to our early lawlessness states where everything told as any man wanted it to be told or happened.

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Another compelling story : Rebel-ism is a new form of America’s democracies

What’s happening with the American dream that Americans believe in, just now it has become a shattered dream with all soft of pompous slogan of the American democracy, at least when another region is on the scale.

To recognize rebels as a country’s legitimate government for whatever reasons they are for is true disheartening motion to true believers of an elected government by democracy.  Either democracy has a new meaning in this century of open society, or a democracy that has been formally f##k#d at its’ backside in its formation. And by the Americans, the true believer of a democracy!!.

Tell the world that you want to support people who fight for freedom in a country, whatever regime they may have, with financial aid that flow inwards to your own country for weapons of mass destruction it doesn’t sound very own democracy at all America wants the world to make it happens.

It’s a backside f##k#d-the-hardest democracy, really.

Further reading on the same subject :

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What they want they get – makes Najib’s administration scares to death

John R Malott says in his Asia column of  Wall Street Journal that Najib’s administration is running scared of bersih’s asking for the  fairness of Malaysia’s democratic process in the canceled walk on the street to a peaceful rally in a stadium.

First foreign people’s view but also the US former ambassador to Malaysia who opinioned that the government was irrational in handling the opposition’s rally because it got scared of losing the political power.

Who doesn’t get scare when majority with police reports doesn’t support such a rally?

Some of interesting points he put up in his informative anti-government article on bersih are as follows:-

“Walk for Democracy,” as it was called, was cancelled. She said that she was ready to meet with the government to discuss Bersih‘s concerns about electoral fairness. Prime Minister Najib then offered an olive branch, saying, “We are willing to provide a stadium for them to rally in … from morning until night,” an offer that Ms. Ambiga and Bersih immediately accepted.

Then Mr. Najib backed off. His government says that because Bersih is still illegal, it cannot apply for a permit. It also has banned Bersih’s leadership from entering Kuala Lumpur on the day of the rally. On Thursday, he joined a gathering of martial artists who said that their 50,000 members will “wage war” against Bersih. Donning their militant uniform, Mr. Najib said, “If there are evil enemies who want to attack the country from within, you, my brothers, will rise to fight them.”

It’s an easy question to answer. The United Malays National Organization, of which Mr. Najib is president, is the longest continuing ruling party in the world, and it is running scared.

In the last general election in 2008, Malaysia’s opposition took 47% of the popular vote. That year Parti Keadilan Rakyat, the party of Mr. Najib’s nemesis Anwar Ibrahim, went from one seat to 31. The establishment parties in Malaysia’s neighboring states are also in retreat. The opposition scored a major victory in Thailand last weekend, and in Singapore opposition candidates made surprising gains. No wonder Mr. Najib and company are worried.

Many observers of Malaysian politics believe that electoral reform will lead to the ruling party’s defeat, and that is why UMNO is afraid of Bersih. In the last election in 2008, the party received only one-third of the nation’s votes. UMNO rules only because of its coalition with other political parties, which it increasingly marginalizes, that represent the Chinese and Indian minorities.

Tomorrow’s protest represents a brave step in what not just Malaysians but also the international community should hope will begin the country’s transition to full democracy. Mr. Najib should display his own courage and ensure that a peaceful rally that seeks the fundamental rights of democratic peoples everywhere does not turn into a bloody confrontation.

No one knows what’s going to happen  tomorrow, but the opinion shapes something bad on what our government’s moves to disperse chaos  in the eyes of foreign influential as far as this rally is concerned. Or is it trying to give a basis to condemn us as unintelligent blokes  and praise the opposition parties  as good democrats?.  We are all  stupid Malaysian in Malott’s eyes. He is a political animal too.

We aren’t familiar in handling street demonstrations, the last one we did we had caused 5 states to get hammered by the opposition parties and that 2/3 majority was lost.  This time around, what else one could do, do we need more laws as the existing ones aren’t enough to disperse intended chaos?

Indonesia’s flourishing democracy – Asia-pacific – Al Jazeera English

Indonesia’s flourishing democracy – Asia-pacific – Al Jazeera English.