Recently i think you all would
had heard about the woman who
converted her religion from a muslim
to christian, well known as Lina Joy.
Recently her appeal to court to change
her status as Islam to Christian in
her identity card has not been
approved even by the supreme court and
had been told to hand over the case to
Syariah court. This woman has stugle
for nine years to legally to be called
as a christian. The dessicion the
court had taken on her case has
obviously destroyed not Lina Joys
human and religion right in this
country and significanly for all of
us. What you all think about this
issues and what step should be taken
for all non-muslim in our country gets
their right for thier religion and
human right? wHAT HAPPEN TO THE ACT11
LAW WHICH INDICATES FREEDOM FOR EVERY
HUMAN TO HAVE THEIR OWN RELIGION? As
far as i know in Malaysia non-muslims
are being pressed to below, by
destroying the hindu's church, killing
chinese people and grab the chance to
buried even their own family members
when they are death. And officialy
this 50 years of independent is just a
illusion for all non-muslims and they
will continue do this when we are
still dancing to their music.........
So i won't celebrate this year
Independence Day, bcos we still are
being colonised by some stupid laws in
this country which supposed to be a
multiracial and multilanguage
country.... tell this to all ur
friends may they know what happening
in this country...
Where i spit truth, made of fire.....
Thursday, June 21, 2007
Recently i think you all would
Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Haha guys i'm back. Sorry because i've been busy with my orientation in MMU. Anyway today i'm going to post about the quotes of Zack de la Rocha, my favourite vocalist. Read them.
1) "It is important for me, as a popular artist, to make clear to the governments of the United States and Mexico that despite the strategy of fear and intimidation to foreigners, despite their weapons, despite their immigration laws and military reserves, they will never be able to isolate the Zapatista communities from the people in the United States."
2)"America touts itself as the land of the free, but the number one freedom that you and I have is the freedom to enter into a subservient role in the workplace. Once you exercise this freedom you've lost all control over what you do, what is produced, and how it is produced. And in the end, the product doesn't belong to you. The only way you can avoid bosses and jobs is if you don't care about making a living. Which leads to the second freedom: the freedom to starve."
3)"So who went out and joined us for the Democratic National Convention? I've never seen so many fucking cops in my whole life. It's like everybody knows when everybody went out there, the only thing we were out there to do is express how much we hate both the Democrats and Republicans because they sold this fucking country out. And by expressing our rights to resist, what do they do?...they open fire on the crowd. I don't care what fucking television station said the violence was caused by the people at the concert, those motherfuckers unloaded on this crowd. And I think it's ridiculous, considering none of us had rubber bullets, none of us had M16s, none of us had billy clubs, none of us had face shields. All we had was our fists, our voices, our microphones, our guitars, our drums, and anytime we get beaten in the streets for protesting, we take it to the court system, and the court system don't wanna hear it. Look what happened to Amadou Diallo in New York, they shot that brother 41 times and let all four officers go. It's time for a new type of action in this country."
4) "One of the great things about young people is that they do question, that they do care deeply about justice, and that they have open minds."
5) "If today I had a young mind to direct, to start on the journey of life, and I was faced with the duty of choosing between the natural way of my forefathers and that of the... present way of civilization, I would, for its welfare, unhesitatingly set that child's feet in the path of my forefathers. I would raise him to be an Indian!"
6) "Lies, sanctions, and cruise missiles have never created a free and just society. Only everyday people can do that, which is why I'm joining the millions worldwide who have stood up to oppose the Bush administration's attempt to expand the US empire at the expense of human rights at home and abroad. In this spirit, I'm releasing this song for anyone who is willing to listen. I hope it not only makes us think, but also inspires us to act and raise our voices."
7)"He has the nerve to call us violent when last year there were 80,000 cases of police brutality filed against departments all over the country this sheriff pig is poppin' off, poppin'off about how we're violent. Well, shit, he belongs to the most violent gang in US history." [Referring to a Sheriff who tried to get a concert banned]
8)"This next song goes out to those who still believe that there is an american dream. And still believe that within that dream there is something called freedom. It is time to fucking wake up, and begin to truely think for ourselves, and find new sources of information... otherwise - things like what's happening in the persian gulf with continue. They will be able to make decisions for you, unless you fucking wake up, and take that vail of complacence from your eyes, and fucking begin to remove the bullet from your head." [Said before performing Bullet in the Head]
And this quotes are taken from Rage Against The Machine (he was the vocalist and he's coming back now!!)... At the side of the quote is the song name (the ones in red):
"Fear is your only God."----> Freedom
"Your anger is a gift"----> Freedom
"Why stand on a silent platform? Fight the war, fuck the norm!"--> Township rebellion
"See through the news and the views that twist reality"
"Some of those that work forces, are the same that burn crosses"--->Killing in the name
"Yes I know my enemies. They're the teachers who taught me to fight me, compromise, conformity, assimilation, submission, ignorance, hypocrisy, brutality, the elite, all of which are American dreams."---> Know Your Enemy
"They don't gotta burn the books they just remove 'em" ----> Bulls on Parade
"You know they went after King when he spoke out on Vietnam. He turned the power to the have-nots. And then came the shot"---> Wake up
"You know they murdered X and tried to blame it on Islam. He turned the power to the have-nots. And then came the shot"---> Wake up
"'Cause I'm cell locked in the doctrines of the right. Enslaved by dogma, talk about my birthrights" ---> Year of The Boomerang
"So now I'm rollin' down Rodeo wit a shotgun, These people ain't seen a brown skin man, Since their grandparents bought one"---> Down Rodeo
"Every official that comes in, cripples us, leaves us maimed, silent and tame, and with our flesh and bones he builds his homes." ---> War within a breath
"You see the powerful got nervous, cause he refused to be their servant, and he spit truths, that burnt like black churches [from Voice of the Voiceless, a tribute song to Mumia Abu Jamal]"-----> Voice of the Voiceless
"Long as the rope is tied around Mumia's neck, let there be no rich white life we bound to respect, cause and effect, can't ya smell tha smoke in tha breeze, my panther, my brother we are at war until you're free" ----> Voice of the voiceless
"A mass of promises
Begin to rupture
Like the pockets
Of the new world kings
Like swollen stomachs
It's the priests that fuck you
As they whisper holy things
A mass of tears have transformed to stones now
Sharpened on suffering
And woven into slings
Hope lies in the rubble of this rich fortress
Taking today what tomorrow never brings" ----> Ashes in the fall
"With this mic device
I spit nonfiction
Who got tha power
This be my question
Tha mass of the few
In this torn nation?
The priest, the book, or the congregation?
The politricks who rob and hold down your zone?
Or those who give tha thieves tha key to their homes?
The pig who's free to murder one, shucklak [sound of pump action shotgun]
Or survivors who make a move and murder one back?"---> Mic Check
"Ya standin' in line, believin' the lies, ya bowin' down to the flag? Ya gotta bullet in ya head" ---> Bullet in the Head
"One God, one market, one truth, one consumer"
And from here onwards, i hail Rage Against The Machine as the best fire spitters in the world.