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Submitted by Robert Hicks (Singapore), Oct 2, 2003 at 00:39

What we do in the present dictates the kind of future we live in. Militia groups were let loose in East Timor when the Christians wanted to break loose from Muslim Indonesia. Armed with rifles, machettes, etc., they roamed the streets to slaughter the Christians. Christians who were armed were taken on by Indonesian troops. It was a one-sided affair. Had the West speadheaded by the Australians not got involved, today there would be no independent East Timor.

Likewise, in Malaysia when the votes tipped in favour of the non-Muslims in the sixties, Muslim miltia groups were let loose (infamous May 13) backed by the Muslim military and police, to massacre and terrorise the non-Muslims into submitting themselves to the very unjust New Economic Policy (NEP), which is still in force today. The NEP taxes the non-Muslims (dhimmis) to subsidise a predominantly Muslim (Malay) public service and provide hand-outs to rich and poor Muslims alike. To ensure total dominance over the non-Muslims it has just been disclosed the Malay (Muslim) population will increase to 70% by 2020 (from 35% in the sixties) through high birth rates and outside injection, namely neighbouring Indonesia. Such is the modus operandi. Where is Christian Lebanon today? Denmark and Belgian next?
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