Is Wan Ji’s Arrest Part Of His Plan?

10 09 2014

PAS activist, Wan Ji was arrested in Shah Alam at around 2.00 a.m. early this morning.

Wan Ji Wan Husin is a former committee member of Selangor PAS’s Ulama wing and a vocal critic of religious authorities and mainstream teaching of Islam as well as our Sultans.

Is his arrest part of his plan to make people support his plan to abolish the monarchy?

He was recorded saying that part of his plan to remove the Sultans is, ‘people will be arrested because of the Sultans so that the people will hate the Sultans’ …

At the 1:40th minute of the video, Wan Ji gave his name as an example of people to be arrested to make people hate the Sultans.

Now, PKR Youth made a statement that they condemned the arrest as reported by an opposition media, The Malaysian Insider (TMI).

“We are committed in demanding that the government listen to the voice of the people to repeal the outdated and cruel act. At the same time, we will also assist Wan Ji with legal aid if he is charged in court,” said a statement issued by the movement’s committee member, Zafril Eusoff – TMI.

Malaysia Today wrote:

He has since been charged with sedition for having allegedly insulted the Sultan of Selangor in a Facebook post on November 5, 2012, The Star Online reported – Malaysia Today.

So, listening to the above video, it seems like this is part of Wan Ji’s plan to abolish of the monarchy in order to make Malaysia a republic by 2030.

Malaysian must remember that the states in Malaysia is made up from individual states ruled by Malay Sultans and the Sultans are the rulers of Malaysia.

It is against the Federal Constitution to insult the Sultans, moreover to create a plan to abolish the monarchy.

I respect and support the Sultan of Selangor because it is the Sultan who protect Islam during the DUMC case, the bible case, and it is the Sultan who protected Selangor from Kajang Move.

Daulat Tuanku! Daulat Tuanku! Daulat Tuanku!


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