Tuesday, July 31, 2012

2012 Olympics–illuminating the Illuminati

Source: http://art-harun.blogspot.com.ar/2012/07/2012-olympicsilluminating-illuminati.html

Hey, get prepared! The New World Order is at hand! This piece was written by a Muslim.

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

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.


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.


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:


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.

George Kent clinches lucrative Ampang LRT deal

The result shows how the Najib government doing things without transparency. All the while we saw the spirit of denial. The Bible says the Devil lies from the beginning.

UPDATED @ 08:32:04 PM 31-07-2012
July 31, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, July 31 — A consortium led by George Kent, the company at the centre of repeated opposition allegations that it received preferential treatment from the government, was announced today as the winner of the lucrative deal to build the Ampang Line LRT extension, confirming earlier reports that it would be the recipient of the contract.
Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad (Prasarana), the project and asset owner for the LRT Line Extension Project (LEP), said in a statement today that the contract for “Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Testing and Commissioning of System Works” for the Ampang Line Extension Project has been awarded to a George Kent-Lion Pacific joint venture.
Prasarana did not say how much the George Kent deal was worth, but pointed out that the entire project would come in below the original budget of RM7 billion.
PKR’s strategy chief Rafizi Ramli has repeatedly accused the prime minister of allegedly interfering in the tender bid and granting the multimillion contract to George Kent, which he claimed was controlled by a “close associate” of the prime minister and which also scored one of the lowest points in the technical and commercial evaluation for the project.
Prasarana didn’t directly address PKR’s concerns over George Kent’s lack of a track record in rail projects and its allegedly higher costs but said in its statement that the winning joint venture (JV) “is well supported by reputable local and international multi-disciplinary technical partners all with proven track records in their respective field of systems implementation expertise.”
It added that some of the key sub-systems proposed also have synergy with Prasarana’s current operations, allowing it to reduce operating expenditure.
Little is known about George Kent’s JV partner, Lion Pacific.
A search using the Companies Commission of Malaysia’s online information service turns up two possible companies — Lion Pacific Sdn Bhd and Lion Pacific Engineering but it is unclear if these two are involved in the JV.
According to documents provided by the Companies Commission, Lion Pacific had a revenue of RM15.7 million for the 2010 financial year with a profit of RM100,279.
Lion Pacific Engineering, meanwhile, reported no revenue for the 2010 financial year and a loss of RM1,000.
According to George Kent’s annual report, its major shareholders are the husband-and-wife team of Tan Sri Tan Kay Hock and Puan Sri Tan Swee Bee, who together hold a combined direct and indirect stake of about 70 per cent in the company.
The annual report further states that it is an engineering company whose core expertise was in water infrastructure projects but that it was looking to expand into rail and green technology sectors in line with the Najib administration’s Economic Transformation Programme.
For the 2012 financial year ended January 31, the group reported a profit of RM19.3 million on the back of RM152.2 million in revenue.
Rail projects have increasingly come under the spotlight due to the billions of ringgit that are involved, as the country embarks on a rail expansion drive that not only includes the extension of KL’s LRT system but also the new Klang Valley MRT, the southern rail double-tracking project and a possible high-speed rail line to Singapore.
The MRT project tender process was also recently hit by criticism after several multi-national vendors reportedly decided not to participate in the bid to supply rolling stock for the project, citing concerns over favouritism.
Financial weekly, The Edge, also reported in April that the high financial stakes involved in the massive boom in rail infrastructure in the country could lead to a shift in the country’s political landscape and the carving up of the Transport Ministry with MCA losing control of the rail and road sectors.
Prasarana has now awarded all works contracts under the LEP, except for the access card system, which has yet to come up for tender.
Following the completion of the LEP, the Ampang Line will be extended by an additional 17.7-km elevated track; starting from the current Sri Petaling Station and serviced by 11 new stations and two future stations.
The project also includes the purchase of new six-car trains for Ampang Line.

My Blog has passed 50,000 visits today 我的部落格今天超出 5 万次造访

At this moment of writing, my Blog has reached 50,037 visits. Praise the Lord!

写这篇张贴的时刻,我的部落格达到 50,037 造访。赞美主!

Monday, July 30, 2012

My Blog is getting to 50,000 visits 我的部落格将达到 5 万次造访

Since 15 April, 2008 till now, my Blog will enter the 50,000th visists in one day's time. At this juncture, it is 49,874 visits. The blog has a total of 800 postings. To God be the glory!

自2008年4月15日至今,我的部落格将在一天内进入 5 万次造访。这阶段,它是 49,874 造访。部落格共有 800 项张贴。荣耀归于上帝!

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Anwar: Expect more surprises from Sabah

Luke Rintod

 | July 29, 2012
Opposition supremo Anwar Ibrahim lauded Wilfred Bumburing and Lajim Ukin's courage to leave their "comfortable positions" in Barisan Nasional.
TUARAN: Former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim today asked Sabahans to save Sabah and Malaysia by voting out the Umno-led Barisan Nasional at the coming general election.
“I know what I’m talking about. I have been a finance minister for eight years and during my tenure it was “pay, pay” unlike under the current one which is just “debt, debt”,” he said alleging the BN has it wrong everywhere in its governance.
Anwar, who now heads a strong Pakatan Rakyat, made these remarks at a special function hosted by Upko’s deputy president Wilfred Bumburing to announce officially his departure from BN to support Anwar and the Pakatan struggle to oust BN.
About 3,000 people turned up at the function which was held at the compound of Singgah Singgarung Restaurant which is owned by the Bumburing family near here.
In a high-spirited speech, despite the fasting month, Anwar accused Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak of being unwise and having no political conscience in governance and this was reflected in BN policies on various fronts including the economy and education.
“BN just keep on accumulating debt for the country, reluctant to spend for people’s real needs like for university student’s fee. They claim the country will go bankrupt if we give free education.
“But a PR (Pakatan) government knows that it can be done, as we will spend RM5 billion for this annually. PR (Pakatan) will stop PTPTN (study loans) and give free education until university,” he said adding that this is possible because the government is collecting a huge RM80 billion yearly from the oil and gas sector.
Anwar then randomly pointed to someone in the crowd, one Madius, to calculate “how much RM80 billion minus RM5 billion is” to which the man answered RM75 billion.
“Datuk Wilfred we can make Madius our advisor as he is wiser than Najib. Najib said if we spend RM5 billion on study loan, the country will go bankrupt, but Madius has just given us the right answer that there still is RM75 billion left,” he said to the amusement and applause from the enthusiastic crowd.
‘RM20 bil wastage under BN’
The PKR advisor who is also MP for Permatang Pauh pointed out that there was no country in the world which went bankrupt because its king or leader is caring and helping his own people.
“No country in the kingdoms in China, Japan, Arab, Africa, and Europe that went bankrupt because its king is giving to the people. Have you heard of any?
“But certainly history shows countries have gone bankrupt because leaders were corrupt, stealing money form the people. We are talking about corruption by BN leaders, wastage and leakages…” he said.
Anwar pointed out that according to the Auditor-General Report, wastage by BN government amount to a huge RM20 billion per year, and a Pakatan government is committed to plugging the wastage and saving it to be spent for the people, including Sabahans and Sarawakians.
“Our PR (Pakatan) government in Selangor is giving free water to its citizens, and we even have money to give to families RM2,500 every time a member of a family dies. In Penang every newly born baby will get RM200 from the government. We can do this because we avoided wastage.
“The Kelantan Menteri Besar (Nik Aziz Nik Mat) has been in the post for 22 years and he didn’t even take a single “timber’. He is doing well in helping the people unlike Umno’s ministers who may have RM100 millions over a few years in post,” he said.
He commended Bumburing for having the courage to leave his comfortable positions in BN and said that his action has proven Najib wrong on Sabah.
“I said there are surprises coming from Sabah. This Bumburing and (later in Beaufort) Lajim is just a beginning. This Tuaran function is a turning point for Malaysia.
“The whole country and in fact Asean are watching closely this new turning point,” he claimed.
Free education, higher royalty with Pakatan
In the 40-minute speech, Anwar also reiterated Pakatan’s pledge to honour a 20% oil royalty to the four oil-producing states in Malaysia — Sabah, Sarawak, Terengganu and Kelantan.
“What we pledge will be honoured. The day we form the federal government we will lower the price of oil and will give the 20% royalty. There is no issue on this as the federal will still take 80%,” he said in what appeared as simplifying Petronas shares in federal coffer.
He gave the assurance citing Pakatan’s commitment to plug on wastage and stop lavish spending and bring in good governance principles.
“Let me tell you Turkey has no oil and when Prime Minister Teyyep Erdogan, took over the helm, it took him two years before he could provide free education up to university, but when Pakatan take over the government, we already have RM80 billion oil money, and we can implement straight away all our pledges,” he added.
Also in Bumburing’s company today were several Upko’s supreme council members notably lawyer cum senator Maijol Mahap.
Anwar is expected to give speech at Lajim’s house later Sunday evening where even a bigger crowd is awaiting him in Beaufort.

Sabah BN leaders’ exit spells trouble for Najib, says Pakatan leaders

UPDATED @ 06:32:27 PM 29-07-2012
July 29, 2012
Pua appeared to suggest today that Bumburing and Lajim were disgruntled and had lost confidence in Najib’s leadership as BN president. — file pic
KUALA LUMPUR, July 29 — The resignation of two senior Sabah Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders from the ruling coalition comes at an inopportune time for BN just as the coalition is gearing up for the polls.
“The latest episode of open rebellion by Sabah BN leaders is ominous for Najib as with his ‘fixed deposit’ in Sabah, the inevitability of BN’s downfall is coming sooner rather than later,” said DAP’s national publicity secretary Tony Pua.
Earlier this afternoon in Sabah, Tuaran MP Datuk Seri Wilfred Bumburing announced that he was leaving BN and pledged his support for Pakatan Rakyat (PR).
Datuk Seri Lajim Ukin, an Umno supreme council member, had yesterday said he was resigning from all party positions.
Both politicians are setting up new PR- friendly political movements — Bumburing’s Angkatan Perubahan Sabah (APS) launched this afternoon while Lajim will be launching his Pakatan Perubahan Sabah (PPS) in Beaufort this evening.
Pua appeared to be suggesting that Bumburing and Lajim were disgruntled and had lost confidence in Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s leadership as BN president.
“Najib’s hold on power is looking increasingly untenable by the day, especially with the continuing postponement of the election since last year,” Pua told The Malaysian Insidertoday.
“In fact, the longer he delays polls, (there will be) more disgruntlement among its members and leaders, with increasing loss of confidence in his leadership (or lack of),” he said.
PKR’s strategic director Rafizi Ramli said that this latest “development is not only big in Sabah” as it will boost PR’s chances of taking over Putrajaya in the upcoming general elections.
“With Wilfred Bumburing also quitting, you will see a united force that will strengthen Pakatan Rakyat,” he said in a phone interview.
 “When they (Lajim and Bumburing) leave BN, they will bring substantial (numbers of) supporters with them.
“This will significantly shift the prospects for elections in Sabah with easily 10 Parliamentary seats endangered (for BN) in Sabah.”
With Wilfred Bumburing also quitting, you will see a united force that will strengthen Pakatan Rakyat. — Rafizi Ramli
PAS’s vice-president Datuk Mahfuz Omar also concurred with his allies in PR.
“This shows they are making a new momentum for Sabah and Malaysia without Umno and BN,” he said.
He also said that Najib will likely delay elections as the prime minister will need time to resolve this “serious” issue.
“I believe if (Najib) waits (any) longer, their (Lajim and Bumburing’s) actions will spread to become bigger. Whether it’s snap polls or not, this will benefit PR.”
The country has been kept guessing about the date of the 13th general elections which must be called by April, with The Malaysian Insider recently reporting that it could be held in September after Aidilfitri celebrations.
Federal seats in East Malaysia’s Sabah and Sarawak are expected to be PR’s focal point when the elections take place, as both states, including the federal territory of Labuan, make up a whopping 57 seats, or 25 per cent of the 222 parliamentary seats available.
In Election 2008, BN retained power over the Putrajaya administrative capital largely due to wins in east Malaysia and Labuan, where it made a near-clean sweep, winning 55 seats against PR’s two.
But the ruling pact lost its customary two-thirds parliamentary majority after only securing a five-seat margin ahead of PR in the peninsula, winning in just 85 constituencies while PR secured 80 seats.

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Rally participants not to blame for chaos, says Suhakam commissioner

UPDATED @ 10:10:17 PM 28-07-2012
July 28, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, July 28 — Those who take part in public rallies may not be entirely blamed for disruption of public order, a Malaysian human rights commissioner said today.
Prof Datuk Dr Khaw Lake Tee, who is deputy vice-chairman of the Human Rights Commision of Malaysia (Suhakam) said “over-precautions” taken in the run-up to peaceful assemblies could also be a cause.
“Do you need to cordon off certain areas? Do you need to cordon off the whole city so as to cause disruption and traffic jams all over the place? Was it necessary?” she asked at an open forum on public assembly laws at the Bar Council here.
“At the end of the day, was it the participants or the authorities that caused the disruption of public order?”
Khaw (picture) was responding to questions on fears that public assemblies may disrupt the lives of other citizens.
Khaw also chairs an ongoing inquiry into abuse of power and violation of human rights during the April 28 Bersih rally in the federal capital.
The rally, calling for the Najib administration to step up electoral reforms ahead of key national polls due in April next year, was held months after the Peaceful Assembly Act was passed by the federal government.
Earlier in her presentation at the forum, she said: “There’s no such thing as an unlawful peaceful assembly.”
Before she spoke, Khaw said she was speaking in her capacity as a Suhakam commissioner.
Today’s event is this year’s third forum under the Siri Pemikiran Kritis (Critical Thinking Series) organised by the Bar Council’s National Young Lawyers Committee (NYLC).
The forum aims to highlight the operation of the new Peaceful Assembly Act 2012, which had drawn much controversy last year when it was speedily passed by Parliament.
Opposition lawmakers and other civil rights activists had cautioned that the law drafted by government lawyers contained inherent weaknesses that could prove more restrictive than the sections of the Police Act it was to replace and protect an individual’s right to assemble freely.
Datuk Yeo Yang Poh, a former president of the Malaysian Bar, and Tan Keng Liang, Gerakan’s Youth Chief also spoke at today’s forum.
Prominent lawyer-activist and Bersih co-chair Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan had last month accused the Najib administration of abusing its power by ordering the police and Kuala Lumpur City Hall to block the April 28 sit-down rally from taking place at Dataran Merdeka here.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Reprimand Najib, Bersih tells EC

G Vinod

 | July 26, 2012
PM telling Selangorians to vote “the right government” to resolve water issue is tantamount to political campaigning, says Samad Said.
PETALING JAYA: Bersih co-chairman A Samad Said wants the Election Commission (EC) to reprimand Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak for campaigning before Parliament is dissolved.
Samad said that Najib’s statement urging Selangor voters to “choose the right government” to resolve the state’s water issue was clear-cut political campaigning for the general election.
“The EC should reprimand the prime minister. How can you allow Najib to say such things when election is not even called for yet?” asked Samad.
English daily The Star today reported Najib as saying that the Selangor water crisis could be resolved but it needed a state administration which can handle the issue well.
“It cannot be that the federal government is unable to resolve the water problem in Selangor. We can do it.
“If we can make Malaysia the global centre for initial public offerings (IPO), how can it be that we can’t solve water issues?” Najib asked.
Najib also said: “The problem could be resolved by the BN government but we have to wait until the time comes when the people of Selangor make their choice and choose a government that can do it”.
Samad, a national laureate, said that the prime minister’s announcement of paying half month bonuses to civil servants yesterday could also be considered as political campaigning.
“This is not right. Najib should not abuse his powers to campaign right now.
“Unfortunately, the mainstream media is being used to swing the voters’ mood and the opposition has little avenue to counter the campaign,” said Samad, who added the move was undermining democracy.

EC: Najib gave his views only

Meanwhile, EC deputy chairman Wan Ahmad Wan Omar dismissed Samad’s accusation, saying Najib was merely voicing out about the stalemate in resolving Selangor’s water issue.
“We all know about the differing views both the federal government and the state government has on the issue. Najib was merely giving his views on the matter,” said Wan Ahmad.
He also said that it was a day-to-day government administrative issue and as the prime minister, Najib has the right to speak out on the impasse between both governments.
“If Najib had said this after the Parliament is dissolved, then it can be considered wrong,” said the EC official.
Wan Ahmad also dismissed claims that the bonus announcements for civil servants as political campaigning saying it’s an on-going programme and policy by the government.
Yesterday, Najib announced a half month’s bonus with a minimum RM500 payout to all civil servants for the Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebrations.


作者/本刊记者 2012年07月26日 07:13:30 pm




Wednesday, July 25, 2012


  • 律师公会代表邱进福(前排右起)、净选盟2.0督导委员会成员玛丽亚陈和净选盟联合主席拿督沙末赛益,以及成员拿督杜乾焕(前排左3)对高庭宣判净选盟2.0为合法组织感到欣慰。(图:星洲日报)





        其实,上帝并不祝福,而是赐福。人只能祝福,不能赐福。不信的话,翻阅中文圣经,你不会看到一处讲“上帝祝福”的词句,只有“上帝赐福”。我无意在鸡蛋里挑骨头,而是希望纠正中文的用法。尤牧师不懂中文,他是以英语发表。英文只有一个“Bless”字,但中文可翻译为“赐福”和“祝福”。至于“Blessing”,中文就是“福分 / 福气”。





City Harvest Church ex-finance chief charge

SINGAPORE - City Harvest Church's (CHC) ex-finance chief Serina Wee, 35, was charged this morning, making her the sixth person to face criminal charges over the alleged siphoning of church funds.
The Straits Times reported that Wee faces six charges of criminal breach of trust and four for falsifying accounts.
Her bail has been set at $500,000.
The other five charged so far are founding pastor Kong Hee, 47; church management board member John Lam Leng Hung, 44; Kong's deputy Tan Ye Peng, 39; church finance manager Sharon Tan Shao Yuen, 36; and investment manager Chew Eng Han, 52.
Prosecutors believe that at least $23 million was invested in alleged sham transactions to fund the pop music career of Kong's wife, Sun Ho.
The funds were said to have been put into a $13 million bond investment with Xtron Productions, while $11 million was allegedly put into another company called PT The First National Glassware.
It is believed that some of the accused also conspired to misappropriate another $26.6 million of church funds so that it would seem like the alleged sham bond investments were redeemed. This is called 'round-tripping'.
Kong arrived at the Subordinate Court at 8.55am this morning for a second mention of the high-profile case, which first came under scrutiny in early 2010, when the Commissioner of Charities (COC) received complaints alleging the misuse of the charity's funds.
The five have not pleaded guilty. The offence of criminal breach of trust carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in jail, and/or a fine. For the charge of falsifying accounts, the accused may be punishable with a life sentence, or jail of up to 20 years and a fine.
City Harvest church founder, 4 others charged in court
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