Nazi-uan Tee Strikes Again!

by Eyes Wide Open

Christmas celebration sometimes looks as if they form more than 50 per cent of the population. Out of respect for religious freedom, no restriction has been imposed, although it should be celebrated moderately as they are less than ten per cent of the population.”

“…jika tidak ada arahanpun, sepatutnya pihak gereja perlu faham sensitiviti masyarakat Islam di negara ini setelah lebih 53 kita merdeka.”

Read more about Ridzuan Tee’s hypocritical nonsense here and here.

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Aiya…I wonder what “religious freedom” really means to Tee Su Su (“Uncle Tee” in Mandarin Chinese). It seems like every time Tee Su Su talks about religious freedom, it is always a reminder not to offend the sensitivities of the “majority”. But to Tee Su Su, anything and everything that is not Islamic must be offensive to the Muslim. So how la?

But the more alarming issue is the steady indoctrination of the nation by the likes of Tee Su Su. Some call it Islamization. But at its core it has nothing to do with religion and everything to do with the lust for power and the unashamed use of Islam to attain it. History shows that this power-lust is not new, and Islam is not the only excuse to have been used.

In the 1930’s, Hitler and gang successfully indoctrinated Germany with Nazism, effectively uniting the nation under their power. In Malaysia, the ruling junta’s propaganda efforts have more in common with Nazism than Islam.

In the racial doctrine 25 Points of the Nazi Manifesto, we can clearly see echoes of Tee Su Su and his ilk’s ideas of nationhood. For example:

Point 4 of the Nazi Manifesto states “Only those who are our fellow countrymen (i.e. sama bangsa) can become citizens. Only those who have German blood, regardless of creed, can be our countrymen. Hence no Jew can be a countryman.” In Malaysia we are a bit better because minorities can be citizens. Then again, the likes of Tee Su Su have never hesitated to remind all the “bangsa pendatang” at every possible moment to be “grateful” for the generosity of the Malays in giving us citizenship, with some even expressing regret that non-Malays were given citizenship in the first place.

Point 20 of the Nazi Manifesto states that “the State must assume the responsibility of organizing thoroughly the entire cultural system of the people.” This basically means that the entire German race should be indoctrinated with only one controlling ideology – Nazism. And this indoctrination starts from school, as this section goes on to declare: “The conception of the State Idea (science of citizenship) must be taught in the schools from the very beginning.”

Doesn’t this sound very much like the BTN training that all Malaysian university students have to attend? Even private college students must attend a compulsory “Malaysian Studies” course now!

Compulsory indoctrination is a very convenient tool of mass control. All ideas that do not fit into the state ideology cannot and will not be tolerated. As point 23 of the Nazi Manifesto states: “We demand legal action against those tendencies in art and literature that have a disruptive influence upon the life of our folk”

But it is Point 25 of the Nazi Manifesto that is the closest to what Tee Su Su is saying: “freedom for all religious faiths in the state, insofar as they do not endanger its existence or offend the moral and ethical sense of the Germanic race.” (Compare this with Tee Su Su’s statements above.) And what were the benefits of the Nazi’s “religious freedom”? We’ll let the statistics speak for themselves.

5.6–6.1 million Jews exterminated
200,000–800,000 Roma & Sinti (Gypsies) exterminated
1–1.5 million political dissidents
murdered
(many were Christians who opposed the Nazi church)
2,000 Jehovah’s Witnesses
murdered

This is not including the:
3.5–6 million Slavic civilians
kllled
2.5–4 million POWs
killed
200,000–300,000 handicapped
exterminated
10,000–250,000 homosexuals
exterminated

While the Nazis murdered the Jews simply because they were Jews, people from other faiths were actually not killed for their religious beliefs. They were murdered for not recognising the absolute power that the Nazis claimed. For example, the Nazis had reinvented Christianity to justify their racist and war doctrines and established a state church to indoctrinate the nation. Any Christian who did not submit suffered the consequences.

As Martin Bormann, a prominent Nazi official, said: “Priests will be paid by us and, as a result, they will preach what we want. If we find a priest acting otherwise, short work is to be made of him. The task of the priest consists in keeping the Poles quiet, stupid, and dull-witted.” This sounds so much like how the religious establishment in Malaysia operates!

While the UMNO government has not progressed to the point of murdering dissenters, we have seen numerous cases of dissenters being attacked in the Malaysian MSM and even being threatened with jail. And Islam is being unashamedly brandished by the religious hypocrites ala Tee Su Su as the weapon to beat right thinking Malaysians into submission.

But as we can see, the “religious tolerance” that Tee Su Su and his ilk are preaching has very little difference from the Nazi version of “religious freedom”. As such, people like him should be roundly condemned by all Muslims who love their religion just as Nazism should be condemned!

It is unfortunate that the paper with the largest readership in Malaysia writes so little about nation-building and encourages such bigoted views to be consistently and freely aired.

It is even more ironic that Utusan Malaysia is owned by Najib’s own party UMNO. While Najib paid millions of taxpayer ringgit for APCO to create his image as a progressive leader, his own party paper cuts him off at the knees!

Najib should arrange a meeting between the Utusan and APCO people to get their stories straight!

And fast!

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