Rakyat Malaysia Berbangsa Melayu & Muslim, kena "Peka" apa yang dihajati dan dinyatakan oleh bangsa yg mengaku rakyat Malaysia bagaimana beliau minta tolong kpd Kuasa Asing Luar demi mencapai cita-cita Bangsanya dan peribadinya.
Mari kita amati dan selidikan didalam Ayat2 Berwarna Merah., yang saya "highlight" kan, itulah natijah dan pegangan serta kehendak mereka.. Mereka tak mahu belajar sejarah.. kerana itu mereka luapa dan nilai diri mereka ditengah2 Umat Islam Malaysia. Status mereka adalah pendatang yang dibawa masuk utk program "Penyamun Tarbus " dilombong2 bijih Timah. Inilah juga yang membawa budaya kuning dan perjudian srta pelacuran yang tak berkesudahan. Maka harapan saya kepada Rakyat Malaysia khususnya Masyarakat Melayu dan Islam WAJIB berwaspada, mereka hanya baik seperti menanam tebu dibibir mulut,..
Pkirkan lar... Wahai Bangsaku Melayu dan Agamanya Islam dan hentikan segala persengketaan sesama kita dan kembalilah bersatu padu agar Islam menjadi kuat dan berpengaruh semula dan Kaum/Bangsa asing baru akan memahami rentak dan perbuatan mereka tidak disenangi.
Open letter to the President of the United States – Tony Pua.
Dear President Barack Obama,
Welcome to my country, my home, my beautiful Malaysia.
To quote your predecessor, President George Bush, your "journey represents a triumph of the American story".
I was personally moved and inspired by your victory acceptance speech in Chicago, "If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible; who still wonders if the dream of our founders is alive in our time; who still questions the power of our democracy, tonight is your answer… at this defining moment, change has come to America."
In the landmark US Supreme Court case of Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857), it was decided that African-Americans, whether slave or free, could not be American citizens.
Even after the Civil War and the abolition of slavery by the Thirteenth and Fifteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution (1865), the white supremacists had subverted the objective of these changes by using various strategies to disfranchise their black citizens.
The subversion of the US Constitution was even endorsed directly and indirectly by the presidents and the Congress of the era to enforce segregation and discrimination.
It is only through the continued political efforts of the African-American civil rights movements in the 1950s and 1960s, culminating in the Civil Rights Act (1964), which outlawed discrimination, based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
Civil liberties are curbed via a web of Draconian laws, with the complicity and collusion of the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government.
Even I am under the threat of being disqualified as a member of parliament and risk being jailed for up to two years if I were to be found guilty of “illegal assembly” for taking part in a peaceful candlelight vigil.
What’s more, religious freedom in the country is becoming increasingly suppressed, with religious extremism rearing its ugly head.
Malay-language Bibles have been seized. The church is currently prosecuted in the courts while religious leaders are being outrageously investigated for sedition.
Mr President, needless to say, I am certain your diplomatic corps would have also brief you on the extensive corrupt practices as well as abuses of power by our government to enrich the influential elite and their cronies.
We hope that you will be able to share your personal journey and the fight by great American leaders against institutionalised racism and discrimination to make it possible for you to become elected as the president of United States, the leader of the free world.
Malaysians too, dream of the day discrimination, marginalization and segregation by race, religion, colour and sex will be a thing of the past, and all Malaysians will be given equal opportunities and just treatment.
Or for you to praise our government that it is a model plural society living in peace and harmony, because it is a facade.
We need you, Mr President, to speak of the universal virtues of humankind, of the principles your forefathers upheld and sacrificed for.
We want to know that the president of United States still believe in the protection and promotion of civil liberties throughout the world – those very liberties which allowed you to be in your position today.
We hope, Mr President, you will carry on the legacy of one of the world’s best loved civil rights activist, Dr Martin Luther King, who believed in non-violent civil disobedience.
You have rightly honoured his achievements in your speech celebrating the 50th anniversary of Dr King’s famous speech in November last year. You told us:
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Mr President, Malaysians have a dream too, and we hope, from the bottom of our hearts, you will share our dreams.
Thank you, Mr President. We hope you will enjoy our acclaimed Malaysian hospitality. – April 26, 2014.