Sunday, September 21, 2014

Pas, Hadi And God: Is God A Closet Misogynist?

We all know that men can be very misogynistic.

But if god is a closet misogynist, for we know not that god has openly declared this, Hadi might as well claim credit.

This man allegedly said that he would be dragged to hell if he didn't stop Kak Wan from becoming the Selangor MB.

We think that Hadi being dragged to the nether world might just not be too bad for everyone. Less one holier-than-thou mullah. And if the rest of the Pas members also suffer a similar fate for not opposing Kak Wan's appointment, that would save Pakatan further sorrow. And Bolehlanders a circus they are not keen to witness, gratis though the show might be. (Though really, we don't really wish that fate for Hadi & Co)

Pakatan as a coalition with Pas around is already a dead duck, after all the backstabbing and horsing around medieval fears (excuses?) of the woman as a leader and the horse trading and behind the scenes jostling for power and positions in the name of acclaimed religious propriety.

The male ego of some beings can be mighty confounding. Though perfidy might not.

No matter that they often (ab) use religion to prop up their ideology.

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