If urging the burning of the Bible was just defending Islam, then it should be all right for Christians to urge the burning of other people's holy books.
For Hindus and Buddhists too. They would just be defending their faiths.
Come on Nancy, think of something more original and convincing. Don't take Bolehlanders for the fools you think they are. This is the cyber age, for goodness' sake.
Personally, I wouldn't care what others want to do. You do whatever you want to do. You bear the natural consequence of your action.
But if it was not an offence of the Frog to advocate burning the Bible, how is it even seditious for law professors to give their considered academic opinion on the constitutional role of the rulers?
Or the facetious facebook invitation to break fast with Bak Kut Teh?
At least be consistent if you want the rakyat to take you, and the government, seriously.
But of course, it is perhaps not altogether surprising that our ministers do talk the way they often do, with nary regard to sense or sensibility. Nor yet shame or logic.
Not surprising, that the Pm himself oftentimes knows not what he says, eulogising the ISIS spirit of heroism and even urging dUMNo to emulate the madcap mullah terrorists, only recanting when caught with his pants down with the international threat of ISIS more real than romantic.
Friday, October 10, 2014
So Is It All Right To Urge The Burning Of Other People's Holy Books?
Posted by ordinary malaysian at Friday, October 10, 2014 Labels: All Right To Urge The Burning Of Other People's Holy Books?
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