Mahathir Mohamad declares war against Christianity

“Should branches and divisions allied to Khairuddin continue to pose problems, PPBM faces the risk of getting deregistered as the party will never be able to conduct an AGM. Under the circumstances, the Sultan of Selangor would never allow Pakatan Harapan to form government and may consent to a minority government led by UMNO. That is assuming, of course, that Pakatan does manage to retain Selangor during the 14th general election”


Dr Mahathir Mohamad has declared war against Christianity.

The embattled Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) chairman, now under pressure to force Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin into retirement (READ HERE), is planning to do what George Soros intended for him and Dato’ Seri Ambiga Sreenevasan to do all along – to get Christians and Muslims to rip each other’s throats ahead of the 14th general election (GE14).

Wait, wait… wait just a minute there, Raggie. There is a plan to trigger Anarchy??


On the 4th of November 2017, I made public Ambiga’s associations with George Soros and how the former Bersih co-chairperson chalked up RM20 million helping him impress upon Malaysians that “Democracy under Najib was in crisis.” The plan has always been to trigger bloodshed by holding as many rallies as possible (take the recent anti-kleptocracy rally for example), to a point that the Chinese and Malays would eventually rip each other’s throats apart thinking democracy was already dead.

To finance her pursuits, Soros consigned a huge pot of money to a syndicate he refers to as the Third Party Groups (TPG – see chart below). In that pot is a USD50 million budget that the billionaire anarchist set aside for Ambiga and her mates – Maria Chin Abdullah included – to organise activities designed to overthrow the administration of Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak. Suffice to say, as long as the stuff she does inspires bloodshed, there is a lot of money in that pot for her to make.

And where there is a lot of money, there is a lot of opportunity to either do good or do bad. Mahathir went with bad and decided to hop on board the Soros express. Early in 2016, he began helping Ambiga contrive crisis scenarios and got her to rake some millions from the TPG. The former premier then used those millions to pay some persons associated with the Anti-Najib Campaign (ANC) for services they rendered over the past two years.

So money is the incentive?

Yes, although, the core objective is not to roll in that money. Mahathir is determined to use the money to destabilize government and impose a Presidential Council’s rule. To do that, he is willing to let the Christians and Muslims rip each other’s throats apart simply because it is what Soros demands. To further illustrate this point, let us take a look at what happened last Monday, the 20th of November 2017.

On that day, Mahathir got a lawyer representing the Selangor Islamic Religious Council (MAIS) to propose that Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (DBP) be allowed to translate Christian Bibles into Malay. The proposal (hereinafter referred to as the Khatri proposal) was deliberately worded in a way that suggested Churches could never be trusted to translate their own Bibles.

Not only did that anger Christians, it triggered backlash from the Christian Federation of Malaysia (CFM), and umbrella body representing three ecumenical Christian organisations that referred to the proposal as a “heinous form of offence.” But the damage was done – Mahathir was able to show Soros that he was true to the latter’s cause, that the mission to turn Christians against Muslims was properly on track.

And MAIS is helping Mahathir accomplish this?


What the lawyer representing MAIS did, he did on his own volition. Dig deeper, and you will discover that the said lawyer is none other than Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla (hereinafter referred to as Khatrie), a man I prefer to think as a conniving agent provocateur. Now, just so that you know, Khatrie is currently on Mahathir’s payroll.

And I’m not just talking thousands or hundreds of thousands of ringgit here. I’m talking big money, the kind you’d pay a ‘hitman’ to ‘finish off’ someone you do not like. Mahathir has been paying this Khatri fellow and members of his legal team millions to antagonize government by throwing busses, trucks, dragons and every other puck you can find in Najib’s direction, forget the spanner and the kitchen sink.

But why involve MAIS?

When Khatri proposed DBP’s involvement, he did so to imply that the ruler of Selangor – who, for the record, is the head of Islam in the state – did not trust the National Evangelical Christian Fellowship (NECF) to translate Bibles into Malay. That, in a sense, is true, although it was not Sultan Sharifuddin Idris Shah who asked Khatrie to imply that MAIS was against the NECF.

The person who did that was Mahathir.