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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

2012 Olympics–illuminating the Illuminati

It’s official. That 18th century world-wide-web, the Illuminati, which hitherto operated underground, had surfaced on the ground during the opening ceremony of the 2012 aka London Olympics.

People of the world, especially Malaysian Muslims, read my lips. Be afraid. Be verrrry afraid (in the husky softy Yusuf Taiyub kinda whisper). The Illuminati has taken over London and through the Olympics, they will control your mind, infest it with the sinful and ungodly ways of the Juice, the Christians, the infidel West and everything ranging from Communism to LGBT to pluralism to liberalism and even the dogs.

The truth is, THEY have now come to the surface and they are thriving. You have no where to run. And no where to hide. All you can do is to yield. As you watch the Olympics opening ceremony and turn on the tv set to watch events in the Olympics, you will be sucked into the Illuminati’s scheme of things. Your mind will be infested. You will be turned over just like what will happen to you when you are politely “interviewed” by our Special Branch. You will become a Zombielatti, ie, a person who is under the control of the, err…who else, but the Illuminati.

Thereafter, you serve nobody and nobody else but the Illuminati. You will be Illuminatised. You are finished. The whole world will be taken over in the next two weeks. You are doomed.

Yes.

You don’t trust me? Just look at the signs my friends.

The pyramidal shape of the stadium; the Olympics logo which obviously spells the word ZION and the one-eyed Wenlock and Mandeville are but the obvious signs that the Illuminati is at work. But my friends, it is the subtle and the subliminal signs that are more penetrating. Since they are very subtle and operate at an almost subconscious level, you don’t actually know that you are being turned over, slowly but surely.

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Firstly, the first team to come out during the march past was Greece. This, folks, has been planned a long long time ago. Even before the Illuminati was established. That is how insidious the Illuminati is.

The “E” in Greece is actually the number 3. There are three 3s and that makes a 9. If you turn the 9 upside down, it becomes 6. Subliminally, you are actually seeing 666, which is a Biblical demonic sign. The Illuminati also uses the number 666 to denote the entry of a powerful force to govern the world. That is why  Greece has always been, and was indeed, the first team to come out during the march past.

Why London 2012? That is because 2012 is representative of ZOIZ, which if spelt back ward would be ZIOZ. The last Z is actually a rotated N. With the last Z rotated to the right, you would get an N and the final word would be….tada….ZION. Obviously, the Illluminati is also the Juice at work! See what I mean? These people are so clever.

Apart from that, the official Olympics logo in red, which has been said to be referring to 2012 is actually the word ZION. Just look:

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These are but two of the Illuminati illuminating itself during this Olympics.

No other than Nostradamus has predicted the coming of the Illuminati onto this world to take control of it. In two of his quatrains, he predicted thus:

In the year of the Zion,

A new leader cometh,

The devil runs as the angels crieth,

The people watched their own death.

In thunderous sound the wrinkled one jumped,

Through the winds the hair unblemished,

The wrinkled one then walked among us,

The sky lighted with lightning.

The reference is obvious. That refers to the Queen jumping off the helicopter. The thunder obviously refers to the sound of the helicopter. And although she jumped down from the helicopter, her hair stayed in place. The she walked down among the spectators. Lastly, there was a firework display. I mean, who would not believe Nostradamus. This guy predicts everything. I mean, every bloody thing.

There are also many sports competition in the Olympics with the end score of 21. Badminton. Volleyball.  All are 21 point games. Badminton was initially a 15 point game but later, the Illuminati change it to 21. This has been planned my friends.

Why 21? Because it represents the letters “ZI” which is half of the word ZION, of course. Every time we watch these games, we would be transfixed with the number 21 and thus the word “ZI” and finally the word “ZION”. I tell you, these Juice, they are good man. And of course, ZION mean the Juice and the Juice and the Illuminati, well, they are the same. And that means they are anti-Islam. Beware brothers and sisters.

Even when the games are not a 21 point games, many result of those games would be fixed. For example, the football  Wolrd Cup champion, Spain, has lost to Honduras 2-1. You see? How can Spain, the World Cup Champion lose to Honduras? Unbelievable right? It’s all a huge conspiracy folks. That’s how. It’s been planned I tell you.

Many football and hockey games will end 2-1. You all tak pecayer, uolls tengok lah nanti.

In athletics, there will be many results with the number 21. For example, Ussain Bolt will win 100 meters in 9.7.21. The high jump will be won at 2.45.21 metres. Well, you get the idea.

In Biblical lore, Judas Iscariot was the apostle who betrayed Jesus and turned the latter to his persecutors. That resulted in Jesus being crucified to death. Judas is anti-God. I mean, he caused the son of God to be killed. How evil can one man be?

The Illuminati, who sometimes hate the Christians and at all times hate the Muslims chose the London Olympics to glorify this evil man, Judas. The Illuminatis planned this very well. They waited till the climax of the opening ceremony to glorify this evil man.

After the Olympics was officially opened, Paul McCartney sang Hey Jude. Jude refers to Judas. Just look at the subtle and subliminal message in the lyrics of this very evil song:

“Remember to let her under your skin,
Then you'll begin to make it
Better better better better better better, oh.
Na na na na na ,na na na, hey jude...”

OMG, the Illuminati is now under our skin.

Die!

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Malaysians and traffic laws – an observation

 

If ever there was a true 1Malaysia thing, a true national identity of sorts, the “balik kampung” exodus during festive seasons must be it. This Malaysian phenomenon is not unlike the more widely observed bird migration phenomenon which may precede a seasonal change in certain part of the world.

Ramadhan is near. That means Aidilfitri is not far away. That in turn means the “balik kampung” exodus will take place soon. Every year, millions of city dwellers, regardless of race and faith, will make their way home via our roads and highways during festive seasons.

And hundreds, if not thousands, will not arrive at their destination. They die on the roads.

Year in and year out the police would launch Ops Whatchamacallit to try to reduce accidents, especially fatal ones, during festive seasons. None has quite registered any meaningful success. The number of accidents, especially fatal ones, remains high.

The figures are staggering. According to a paper by the Highway Planning Unit of Malaysia[i], :-

Traffic accidents in Malaysia have been increasing at the average rate of 9.7% per annum over the last three (3) decades. Compared to the earlier days, total number of road accidents had increased from 24,581 cases in 1974 to 328,264 cases in 2005, reaching more than 135% increase of accident cases over 30 years. The number of fatalities (death within 30 days after accident) also increased but at slower rate compared to total road accident from 2,303 in 1974 to 6,200 in 2005.”

The costs of fatal accidents are obviously high. Apart from the emotional consequence, medical costs, the loss of resources as well as the costs of replacing such resources run in the hundreds of million each year.

It is time that our authorities take a serious look at this burgeoning problem. By that, I do not mean that the authorities should just install more cameras on the highways and roads, issue more summonses, go all out to collect the compounded fines and at the end of it offer “discounts” so that more offenders pay up their compounded fines. Such measures are obviously not working. They are clearly the wrong prescriptions for a misdiagnosed disease.

The fact is, we Malaysians are serial traffic offenders. And regardless of enforcement of the laws, we could not care less. The big question is, why?

I believe the problem is one of culture rather than legal. Allow me to explain.

Culture and cultural practices shape the laws. It is not the other way round. Thus we see the laws in various part of the world being interpreted or implemented according to the changing norms of culture and cultural practices. Italy and Australia, for example, (and a host of other Western countries, such as Canada) are now grappling with the defence of “honour killing” in murder prosecutions. This arises from the influx of Muslims immigrants who are naturalised as citizens. Although honour killing is not yet an acceptable defence, Judges in these countries are now more ready to give considerations to such issue when determining punishment.

In legal jurisprudence, a State or society criminalises an act because they view such act with abhorrence and repulsion. The commission of such act is deemed as unacceptable or repugnant to the values and norms of such State or society. Thus we criminalise rape and murder, for example.

Now, do we, as a society, view double parking, jumping queue, road hogging, driving in emergency lanes, speeding, jumping the red lights, tailgating, driving while using mobile phones (as well as sending text messages), changing lane without giving indication, and various other traffic acts as repugnant to our values and norms and thus, unacceptable? Think about it. The answer is actually no.

In fact in Malaysia, we are expected to do such act. The next time you drive, try stopping at a traffic light when it is about to turn from amber to red when there are cars behind yours. Chances are you would get a honking. When you are stuck in a traffic jam along the highway and your car is blocking the emergency lane, try not to drive in the emergency lane. Chances are, you would also get a honking. Try not to move your car onto the yellow box at a four junction when the light is green. Yes, you would get a honking.

Malaysia is a country where everybody is EXPECTED to break traffic laws. It is not a country where everybody is expected to comply with traffic laws.

Such being our culture and cultural practice, such acts become our values and norm. They are acceptable acts. They are not repugnant to us as a society and as a people. We are not repulsed by such acts. In fact, if somebody complies with traffic laws, we view him or her as a no-good goodie-two-shoes!

That being the order of the day, traffic laws and no amount of exuberance in their enforcement will make any difference whatsoever to solving the problem at hand. Why, even the drivers from the squeaky clean and anti-septic Singapore will break our traffic laws when they drive here. That further proves my point.

Studies have shown that people are able to and in fact will switch cultural mode when circumstances permit or demand such switch. A Malaysian goes to London. Immediately he or she would line up at a sandwich bar or a tube station, switch to some accent which he/she doesn’t even know exist before arriving there, says “thank you” to the cashier and “good morning” to the fish and chips seller. And the minute he/she arrives at KLIA, he/she would immediately switch back to the usual rude, smile-less and thank you-less creature that we are.

That is why the usually compliant Singaporean breaks our traffic laws the minute they cross the bridge in Johor Bharu. And I have even seen some Mat Salleh drivers jumping the red light in Bangsar.

This article would be far too long if I were to suggest solutions. But a really close look at the behavioural patterns of Malaysian and our cultural norms and values would go a long way towards having a correct diagnosis.


[i] http://www.unescap.org/ttdw/roadsafety/Reports2006/Malaysia_RSpaper.pdf