Archive for August 20th, 2007

Heredity Chart: Evolutionary Dead-End of Pure Homosexual Preference

August 20, 07

A standard argument now often lifted up by lesbian, gay and transexual (LGT) groups is that recent scientific discoveries have proved that homosexual preference is all genetically determined – it is inborn, not a choice, therefore LGTs cannot and should not be blamed/responsible/held accountable for their sexual choices, any more than heterosexuals. And though it is genetic, it is not a sickness, disease or disorder.

But recall that the standard sexual reproductive strategy in all life forms requires a coupling between individuals of the opposite gender, not the similar gender. So how does pure homosexual preference (that rejects all heterosexual couplings) work out in the evolutionary scheme of nature?

Illustrated below:




ALL Recent Johor Rape Cases Involved Chinese Women?

August 20, 07

Uh oh. If this is true, does it give a factual basis to the perception among various commenters on the Net, that Chinese are disproportionately the targets and victims of crime?

Is it really ‘all’ the cases? Or only the more sensationally reported ones?

For some of the feelings of various Netizens, browse the following list:

Johor Criminals Chase and Ram Car, Rape Girl (And Another Gang Rape on Next Day) (comments at bottom)

Hasten Ministries on Semangat Muhibah (testimony of real-life Malay perceptions of the Chinese)


Snippet from The Star 20 Aug 2007:

On crime and security, Goh Hui Peng, a delegate from Pasir Gudang, said women in Johor lived in fear due to the increasing number of rape and murder cases as all the recent ones involved Chinese women

“Many mothers are worried about the safety of their daughters. I hope the men will empathise with our anxiety and understand our fear.”  

In an anti-crime campaign in Johor, 350,000 signatures were collected in two weeks, Goh said, adding that this reflected the strong sentiment of the Chinese and the inefficiency of the police.

Malaysian Cabbie Go Suicide Against Big Burly Canadian Footballer = Noob

August 20, 07

The violencers obviously did not realize how outclassed they were when they decided to pick on this guy.

The Canadian in this case is 11% taller than me and weighs almost double! As anyone who has watched Adam Sandler’s Waterboy, the series Heroes, or pro-wrestling (plenty of ex-quarterbacks there) can tell you, American football players can literally KILL YOU merely by bumping into you.

It’s a testament to Julian’s self-control that he did not systematically break the spines of each of the shameful, welcome-to-Malaysia-50th-Merdeka assailants.

But knowing the slyness of certain Malaysian taxi drivers, the attackers may have intentionally wanted the big guy to lay the smackdown on them, then sue for injuries.

I testify to their potential sneakiness, as one taxi driver intentionally let his vehicle roll backwards into my front when the traffic light turned green, even as I reversed for several seconds to escape his ‘attack’, then got down and half-heartedly tried to pull his ‘you rear-ended me’ scam.

Add to that various motorcyclists who will take every advantage perceivable if involved in an accident with you, sometimes intentionally risking their life, limb and vehicular transport to make you bump into them. And then ultra-exaggerate their grievous injuries and utterly totalled bike.

Cuh. Ugly Asians.


From The Star 20 Aug 2007:

Canadian teen fends off attack by cabbies

KUALA LUMPUR: When the taxi driver he hailed refused to use the meter, a Canadian decided against using the taxi. For doing so, the driver and three others attacked him with batons and bamboo sticks. 

However, the four were unable to prevail against the burly 17-year-old Julian Sebastian Beh Pold, who managed to fend them off and escaped with just a few bruises. 

Julian: ‘When the driver refused to use the meter, I got out’

Julian who weighs 114kg and stands 1.83m, plays American football at his school in Quebec.  

Julian said he was in Petaling Street with some friends on Friday night when he decided to take a cab home. 

“When the driver refused to use the meter, I got out of the cab and slammed the door telling him that what he was doing was against the law. 

“Later, he came back with three of his friends and scolded me for slamming his door claiming I had damaged his taxi.” 

Julian, who is holidaying here, said they then attacked him with batons and bamboo sticks. 

His friend, Dennis Barry, who witnessed the incident called the police immediately. 

Julian said he did not retaliate and only blocked the attacks because he did not want to be blamed for being the aggressor if he had fought back.  

Julian’s father, Robert Beh, said the company that owned the taxi had been identified.  

Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board chairman Datuk Markiman Kobiran said he would look into the incident.  

Robbed, Hijacked and Saved by Johor Police

August 20, 07

So the Johor criminals have merely been lying low all this while. They’re still as daring and inhumane as ever, only keeping their profile lower due to the increased police presence.

Two things must be said regarding the apprehension of one of the suspects: One, the stolen car had an anti-theft system that shut down the car in mid-chase.

Two, the robbery was interrupted by the arrival of a polcie patrol car. Whether the police patrol was doing the rounds or was specifically summoned, the report doesn’t say. But kudos to the police, who seem to be taking their responsibilities seriously (despite there still being a red-light catching team of several cops at the Taman Century traffic lights some nights).

So while the scum of Johor are still lurking under the rocks, waiting for their chance to strike, the police are waiting with their thick botos ready to stamp out the problem of crime once and for all. Kudos to the reinvigorated Johor police force!


From The Star 20 Aug 2007:

Robbed, taken on terror ride

JOHOR BARU: It was a terror-filled morning for a retiree and his family. He was abducted and assaulted by several men. And then the culprits raided his home and tied up his wife and two children. 

The robbers grabbed some money and jewellery and attempted to flee in the family car. 

But one of them was caught in a high-speed chase that followed, with the police firing several warning shots at the Proton Perdana.  

Another getaway car sped in a different direction, carrying Goo Tiam Chye, 69, in it. 

Injured: Goo being wheeled into the Sultanah Aminah Hospital yesterday.

He was later dumped at an undisclosed location.  

The drama unfolded when Goo left his house in Taman Skudai Baru at 6.15am yesterday to buy newspapers. 

Four men waylaid him and forced him into their car at knifepoint and demanded that he hand over the keys to his house.  

When he refused, they hit him. The victim, whose son Sin Kok is the Gelang Patah MCA public complaints bureau deputy chief, then surrendered the keys. 

The suspects drove him back to the house and while one of them held the victim in the car, three of them stormed into Goo’s house and tied up his wife, 60, and two of his children, both in their 20s. 

They ransacked the house and grabbed about RM3,000 worth of cash, jewellery and mobile phones. The suspects then demanded the key to a Proton Perdana and as two of the suspects tried to drive the car out, a police patrol car arrived.  

The four suspects, in two cars along with the retiree, sped off in different directions. 

A high-speed chase ensued but within minutes, the Perdana’s anti-theft security system kicked in and the car stalled by the roadside. 

Sin Kok said his father was injured on the leg and head and had been warded for observation. 

State CID chief Senior Asst Comm Roslan Ahmad confirmed the arrest of a man in his 30s.  

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