Believe it or not. But in Malaysia, pigs can really fly!

COMMENTS by Theantdaily readers

Saul: Aiyah MM, you should know in Malaysia the impossible can happen. Muslims can get converted by just looking at the cross, good friends can give you 2.6 billion to enjoy with no strings attached.

‘Brilliant’ students can fail 1st year at universities overseas but our varsities at home can produce 500 PhDs in a year. Instant evolution from Indian/Chinese into Malay just by changing religion etc…

The impossibilities turning real are endless. In this case of the advert, the impossible has happened again! The pig can really fly and it has flown away. Now you know pigs can and do fly. Where it has flown to, nobody knows. Could it be into someone’s sandwich? Piggy, Piggy where are you? What fools we are!

P Lelitta: All our leaders can also fly and they are experts in flying into the wrong direction. Hence, doing all the wrong things.    

Norliza Salleh: I agree with the writer. Many Muslims are so ‘closed-minded’ human beings and I am very sorry for them. Their children will grow up to become more outrageous when they come to know the truth about what’s out there. I am so ashamed to be associated with such fellow Muslims but I always have a choice. The choice is to believe in my faith but not anything beyond it. I live my life as I think any open-minded Muslim should. If I have offended any Muslim here, I am very sorry.

Herman Scholz: Brilliant observation as usual by my favourite writer.

Zen Azhar: I watched Sun Wu Kung since I was 13 years old. Now I’m 38. Until now, I still love to watch monkey king drama or movie. And until now I’m still a Muslim. Nothing wrong with the pig.

Roger 5201: No matter how much a Muslim abhors shit, he still has to touch it with his left hand to clean up after defecating. After all, this is earth, not heaven. If God had not intended for dogs and pigs to exist, why would He even bother to put them on board Noah’s Ark?

devious17: Images of pigs and cross are detrimental to a certain faith as it can ‘convert’ or weaken one’s faith. I didn’t know that pigs and the cross are that influential. Things are getting really ridiculous.

MusaNg: Mariam Mokhtar, “…the more we shield our children from these perceived dangers, the more we will cripple them and deny them a sporting chance at life, and all the challenges which life will throw at them….”

Eeerrr… that is the whole point of the exercise, to cripple their minds so that when those children grow up to be adults, they will be dependent on those who have been shielding them from all those “nasties” like crosses and the species porcine.

Also, did you mention “sporting chance”? Hmm… so you did.

Semua boleh, no problem, any “sporting chance” can be fixed using the law.

Windsurfers and table tennis players will be given a “sporting chance”. Woop! Woop! Malaysian-style 🙂

Hafiz Ahmad: The pig is not missing. He is the one taking the picture of his friend. Ini pun nak kecoh2. Get a life lah!

Michel Wright: I totally support what Mariam Mokhtar has written. It seems that the government has been “brainwashing” the minds not only of children but of all Muslims that anything and everything can be deemed sensitive to the Muslim faith as dictated by our Islamic authorities.

This is a form a “control” by religion and this “religion card” is played to keep Muslim voters in check. There will come a time and it is fast approaching that people of the other faiths especially Christians can no longer practice their belief and their way of life because the government has failed to address this dangerous trend.

Lest we forget, we are a “secular” country as enshrined in the Constitution by our forefathers. No one religious body can dictate what other faiths can or cannot do. Educate your people, not control them.

George Guansing: Mentality going back to camel riding era. This is subduing mental progress. The fear within Umno is that if there are too many progressive minded, educated and knowledgeable Malays, their position would be threatened. Umno fears too many Anwar Ibrahims.

AhmAd Adnan: Can i see where in the bible teaching pig is edible…

Charles Chin: I would also love to see which holy book says corruption is legal.

Lucas Teo: Look at people like Ahmad, can’t even refute with a well sentenced and logical argument. All they do is relate everything to pigs and non-Malays and non-Muslims.

Ken Slong: AhmAd Adnan, you make sure you understand your holy book first.

Amir Kazan: BN wants all Muslims to behave like Ned Flanders, religious but petty and paranoid. Everything and anything can and will weaken their ‘very strong’ religious faith.

Ian Whyte: AhmAd Adnan in the New Testament Mark 7:17-19 NIV 17 After he had left the crowd and entered the house, his disciples asked him about this parable. 18 “Are you so dull?” he asked. “Don’t you see that nothing that enters a person from the outside can defile them? 19 For it doesn’t go into their heart but into their stomach, and then out of the body.” (In saying this, Jesus declared all foods clean.)

There are others, Mathtew, Timothy etc. But I am not going to copy and paste them all

Mira Azman: Maybe it’s the advertising people who decided to remove the pig character as they thought Malays minded the billboard. We even have Malay books with title ‘babi’, so far two and coming up Dubook’s book with the image of a pig.

Maureen Tan: Silly people to even do such a poster without one of the main characters!

Mohamad Ayob Mohd Noor: The pig already given to DAP….

Charles Chin: The Muslims in DAP would beg to differ.

Soon Yew Liow: Animal doctors must be non-Muslims then.

Richard Kueh: 1Malaysia did not work, so Plan B in progress.

Rick Low: Only those who are weak in their faith will be shaken by such….

Kim Peng Leow: Well said, Mariam.
These comments are in response to the article The mystery of the missing pig: What’s going on, folks? published on Jan 8. However, these views from our readers should not be represented as fact.

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