Stop spreading lies about the government in church, Ku Nan warns

Low Han Shaun

Federal Territories Minister Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor speaking at the Kenduri 1Wilayah Persekutuan Parlimen Titiwangsa in Kuala Lumpur today. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Najjua Zulkefli, February 3, 2018.

CHRISTIANS should not use the church to spread fake news and lies that put the federal government in a bad light, Federal Territories Minister Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor said today.

Tengku Adnan, who is also known as Ku Nan, said that the church should be a place to “disseminate God’s will” and not for Christian leaders to share their personal grouses.

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  • When you did not elaborate and just making a generalise statement is purpoting to fake news. Is it another ploy to deter the GE14.

    Posted 5 years ago by Lee Lee

  • I can agree that some pastors and priests do talk about politics during their sermons. Generally, they don't spread false news or bad mouth the government. So, there is no need to warn them about this. Are you worried the Christians will not vote BN? Sabah and Sarawak no longer fixed deposit, is it?

    Posted 5 years ago by Chris Sav

  • If a non-muslim tells this to the hate-mongers at the mosques, sure kena tangkap one.

    Posted 5 years ago by Ipman 123

  • People in churches, you know who to vote this time?

    Posted 5 years ago by Awang Top

  • He has obviously not been going to Friday prayers where politics, half truths and outright lies are routinely disseminated.

    Posted 5 years ago by Xuz ZG

  • Ku Nan please take of your backyard.

    Posted 5 years ago by Mohanarajan murugeson

  • In the interest of truth and fighting lies, can Adnan come forth with clear definative proof of whether he can legitimately claim the "Tengku" title commonly appended to his name? Reportedly, he himself had admitted that his Indonesian ancestors had a "Tekiu" title. Does that allow him to be rightly addressed as "Tengku" in Malaysia? If not, the everyone, from the commoner to UMNO members to the mainstream media to government officials should NOT address him as Tengku Adnan.

    Posted 5 years ago by K TWong

  • We warn you to take action to take action if you have proof or it will amount to instigation against peace. We also warn the Government to take AFFIRMATIVE actions against the acts of violence and aggression that have already happenned, and we are waiting for the AFFIRMATIVE closure of the followings, failing which it may amount to a signal of harbouring acts of terror, violence and aggression ...

    1. Low Yat Racial Warcry
    2. Imbi Mob Carnage
    3. Taman Medan Forced Cross Removal
    4. Khafir Khabi Attack Call
    5. UITM (university) Speaker Belittling Christianity
    6. UM (university) Professor Belittling Indians
    7. UUM (university) Lecturer Instigation Against Christianity
    8. Mah Zu Protest in Sabah
    9. Call for Armenian Datuk Kong shrine Removal
    10. Erased, Silenced or Rewritten History (Yap Ah Loy, Magendran & Mohandas Everest Conquer, Parameswara, history of the founding banks after merger, etc etc)
    11. Call to Emulate ISIL Bravery
    12. Aggression Against naturalised Malaysian Chinese of early batch immigrants (who's not?)
    13. 'Apa Lagi Cina Mau?' (What else Chinese wants?) Instigation
    14. Chinatown's Red Shirt Siege
    15. Eating in Toilet During Ramadhan
    16. Perlis Mufti Insulting Hindu
    17. McDonald's Attack
    18. No-Pork Restaurant Confusion
    19. See-Cross Everywhere Syndrome
    20. False 'Allah' Claim Against Bata
    21. Cross Removal at Missionary Schools
    22. Burn the Bible Call
    23. Fire-bombing on Church of Assumption Penang (2014)
    24. IOI Boulevard grenade bombing (2016)
    25. Haram Leotard Wearing Gymnast
    26. Non-Muslims told to 'cover up' by Kelantan Mufti during Ramadhan and other forcible gender segregation at queues etc.
    27. No excessive laughter at stage comedy shows.
    28. Gangsterism against Ramadhan Opening of Fast sharing at Kluang bazaar.
    29. Cover up dolls and ban Barbie
    30. Ban A&W Rootbeer and Coney Dog
    31. Separate Muslim and Non-Muslim cups in school
    32. Melaka hotel's refusal to freeze mother's milk because it's non halal.
    33. Lake Kenyir, a mother nature for all is religiously exclusive.
    34. Banning Beer Festival due to 'imminent terrorist threats'
    35. Flora Damansara public ultimatum against alcohol and attire.
    36. Home-coming for dead terrorists.
    37. Distorted Tanda Putera (amounting to instigation in the mockery of creative script)
    38. PUM warning police against pursuing Indira Gandhi case or violence will break out.
    39. ... etc etc and the list is inexhaustive.

    The above blatant repeats during the current BN Government are a reflection of blatant harbor of threats, violence and aggressions against the lifestyle of the norm and the civil society that practice peace, love, freedom and justice. Now, who do you think has the power to stop or allow these to happen again and again?

    Posted 5 years ago by Myocho K

    • Well said!

      Posted 5 years ago by Leong Kuy Leng