Friday, February 11, 2011

Why Is Pas So Kay Po?

Why is Pas so kay po(busybody)? Recently, Pas demonstrated in support of the Egyptians calling for President Mubarak to step down instead of demonstrating for change here.

Now with Valentine's Day approaching, Pas wants to play moral police to check that people do not commit sins.

God is supposed to be omnipotent and omniscient. Why does God need the agency of puny men to do his work? Or is God helpless without men to do his work? I think not, unless there is something seriously wrong with God.

As it is, for Malaysians(including many Malays, I believe) who want genuine change, Pas and its islamic agenda is like a spanner in the works, being a party in Pakatan Rakyat.

And if you want to be a moral police, why stop at Valentine's Day? Do you mean to say that people do not commit sins other than on Valentine's Day?

Pas would be better off if it tried to do good for the people on a daily basis instead of trying to be the moral custodian to heaven. I thought that was supposed to be the prerogative of Jesus Christ who, if I may paraphrase, said that no man cometh to God except through him.

2 comments:

  1. PAS here should be more concerned with the festering corruption in this beloved country of ours rather than to meddle with the internal affairs of another sovereign country. Let the Egyptians correct the wrongs in their country. Let us correct ours. Hold a demo against our "local Mubarak" and they shall have my support.

    And regarding their attempt to be a moral police, let them cast the first stone if they are sinless! Do not be a hypocrite.

    Happy Valentine's Day... Haha...

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  2. Can't agree more with you, Simon. And thanks 4 taking time to leave a comment. The general consensus here is that Malaysians r too gentle and patient to do an Egyptian. But there is the ballot box, and this is preferable if only the playing field is level and d rakyat are not easily cowed. But Pas is not helping, if they continue to harp on Islamic state and act as the moral police.

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