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Proof That Malays, Islam & King Are Not Threatened – King Happily Joked & Mocked Opposition



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Jul 18 2018
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As the Agong (Malaysian King) was set to deliver his opening speech in Parliament on Tuesday (July 17), about 50-100 protesters attempted to march there. Those demonstrators claimed that the Malay Ruler was under siege and has been silenced by the new Pakatan Harapan coalition government. That was, of course, a truckload of bullshit.

 

The troublemaker, Lokman Noor Adam, was under the instruction to create chaos. As UMNO Supreme Council member, obviously he had gotten the blessing from the leadership of the Malay nationalist party to arrange the demonstration. However, without the usual free flow of cash from UMNO, Mr. Lokman could only rent a pathetic small number of Malay protesters.

 

During the good old days before the former Barisan Nasional coalition government was overthrown, arranging such demonstration used to be good business to racist and extremist warlords like Mr. Lokman. Millions of ringgit could easily be sourced from UMNO. Today, most of UMNO accounts have been frozen for accepting money laundered by ex-President Najib Razak.

Lokman Noor Adam – UMNO Supreme Council Member - Demonstration

The paid demonstrators tried twice to walk towards Parliament from the Bukit Aman police headquarters less than 1km away but were stopped by policemen and riot police. Many wore placards bearing slogans that say “Return power to the King” and “Long live the King”. Calling themselves “Pemantau Malaysia Baru” or “New Malaysia Watch”, they also chanted slogans and sang “Negaraku”.

 

After losing power for the first time since independence in 1957, Lokman quickly learned the hard truth that the shoe is on the other foot. The police do not take instruction from UMNO warlords such as him anymore. Frustrated, he claimed – “We want to show our support to the King, I don’t see why (Prime Minister) Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is so scared and won’t allow us to go to Parliament.”

 

Aligned to UMNO which saw the party lost heavily on May 9’s general election, the racist and extreme group had earlier accused Mahathir’s Pakatan Harapan of abandoning Malay Muslim rights with the appointment of non-Malay Attorney-General (Tommy Thomas), Chief Justice (Richard Malanjum), Finance Minister (Lim Guan Eng) and de-facto Law Minister (Liew View Keong).

Lokman Noor Adam – ex-Finance Ministry Strategic Communications Director

In a provocative statement, Mr. Lokman told his group of paid demonstrators that DAP (a component party of Pakatan Harapan ruling government) is controlling Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad in its attempt to allegedly turn Christianity into the “official religion” of Malaysia. He also claimed that the Agong (King) has lost his voice to defend the Malays and Islam.

 

Mr Lokman said – “Since Pakatan Harapan took over government, Islamic institutions have been degraded, the special rights of Malays questioned, and the saddest part of all is that many have started insulting the Agong (King).” In essence, the “race, religion and royalty” cards were used to stir up racial sentiments among the Malays.

 

Lokman said his group opposed the appointment of Thomas as A.G. because he was formerly the lawyer for the late Communist Party of Malaya leader Chin Peng. He also disagreed with Malanjum as Chief Justice, saying that he was one of the Federal Judges who had nullified the conversion to Islam of three children by their Muslim convert father.

Attorney General Tommy Thomas - Chief Justice Richard Malanjum - Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng

However, based on what had happened in the Parliament that day, the Agong (King) did not look like he was under siege, let alone was depressed because his power has been taken away. On the contrary, the King – Sultan Muhammad V – was a very happy and cheerful man. Amused by the opposition cheap stunt a day earlier, the Malay Ruler arrived in Parliament well prepared.

 

Determined to kick off the first Parliament meeting with an unforgettable moment, the King cracked a joke during his opening speech, saying – “The honourable Dewan Rakyat (Lower House) Speaker, the honourable Dewan Negara (Upper House) president, and distinguished MPs, please take your seat and don’t run.”

 

Following the hilarious remarks, the entire Chamber was stunt momentarily before burst into laughter as the Agong (King) was seen grinning from ear to ear – flashing his cheeky smile, obviously proud of his joke. Now, if the King has indeed lost his voice to defend the Malays and Islam as claimed by Mr. Lokman, do you think he could be so relax and creatively cracked the joke?

Agong King - Mocked and Joked Opposition Walkout - Don't Run Joke

More importantly, the King has actually mocked and insulted the opposition, comprising UMNO and PAS (Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party). The Malay Ruler was absolutely amused of UMNO’s drama – staging a walkout of the Parliament in protest over the selection of retired judge Mohd Ariff Yusof as Speaker, only to crawl back to the Chamber to be sworn in.

 

If UMNO and PAS was indeed the protector of Malays and Islam respectively, as they have been trumpeted, does it make any sense for the King to laugh at both parties for their childish stunt? How could Lokman claim that the monarchy is powerless and insulted by the new government when the King happily mocked and insulted UMNO instead?

 

Nope, not only the Malays, Islam and King are not threatened, it seems the monarchy was fantastically happy with the new government’s performance so far. After all, when was the last time you see a King found it worth to crack a joke when he arrived in Parliament to deliver his speech? Mr. Lokman has actually insulted the Agong (King) with his fake claims.

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