Sunday, December 16, 2012

Is Pas The Achilles Heel In The Opposition?

Pas is an Islamic party. It's ultimate goal is the creation of an Islamic state in Malaysia. This is not the same thing as a State of Islam

Politics and religion are a dangerous make for disaster, and there are many causalities of the mix.

Turkey is an Islamic state in name only. So too, is Malaysia. But because of a culture of corruption and massive abuse and mismanagement of the nation's resources by the powers that be after more than half a century of Barisan rule under Umno, the country is going to the dogs.

That is why concerned Malaysians are hoping for a critically needed change of government.

But what we are left with is a Hobson's choice -  the devil we know or the deep blue sea

And this is largely owing to Pas's insistence on Islamic state and syaria. And it is likely to scamper scupper any chance the opposition has of wresting Putrajaya from the long and continuous Barisan rule helmed by the devil Umno.

Pas seems only concerned about stopping concerts, segregation of the sexes and what it considers 'indecent behaviour' - as if there are no better things to do!

Remember, the day you were born, you were born a male or female. And god is responsible. Sex is life, and life is sex. Unless god made a mistake.

Maybe god did, and now regrets his indiscretion.

But who are we to judge?

Don't we have better things to do then focus on sex and the sexes?

Shouldn't we leave god to his problem?

And deal with our own problems, which are one too many already without trying to add to god's?

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