Malaysia Boleh : how government fundamentalist hijack Jesus Christ (and perhaps other)

Posted On 12/01/2008

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Using Malaysia officer standard, anything can be offending, from religion writing to philosophy. It is not just Christian problem, but problem for ALL Malaysian : Muslim that reject fundamentalism, all other religion practicer and even atheism.

Take example of the famous Buddhism Heart Sutra(心经) say

in emptiness there is no form nor feeling, nor perception, nor impulse, nor consciousness ;

No eye, ear, nose, tongue, body, mind ; No forms, sounds, smells, tastes, touchables or objects of mind ; No sight-organ element, and so forth, until we come to :

I can assure you, Malaysia government fundamentalist can take the whole line as “offend the sensitivities of Muslim”.

How about another Chinese philosopher LaoZi description of Tao ?

Tao are unspeakable. Those can describe Tao are not Tao.

And this can crash those Malaysia government fundamentalist, and isn’t the same thing apply to Taoism for “offend the sensitivities of Muslim”

Deng. let’s think about more case of “offend the sensitivities of Muslim”
Hinduism : offensive because they worship deity in statue forms
Buddhism : offensive, all Sutra, statue are offensive
Taosim : offensive. Because it is unspeakable.
Chinese folklore Taoism : offensive. They burn scent stick.
Confucianisms : offensive because practicing too much ritual
Friedrich Nietzsche : All his philosophy book must be banned, because he claim God is death.
Immanuel Kant : offensive, because he try to use philosophy to inspect existent of God.

And you bet it, my blog are also “offend the sensitivities of Muslim”



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