Once the religious sentiments are aroused, it is no more about votes or about their political future. It is about the future and survival of the nation.
Nobody is against the Malay race, Malay religion or the Malay royalty. So why the rhetoric?
Mob1900: The image sprayed on the Taiping church is 'Andre the Giant', a creation of Shepard Fairey, the designer who made the famous US President Barack Obama's 'Hope' poster.
The other spray-paint job is probably the culprit's poor attempt at putting on a signature. The work of amateurs who don't know its significance and who could only afford one can of black paint?
The hate has probably risen from fiery 'religious' sermons.
Think: The graffiti image is of the World Wrestling Federation ex-wrestler, Andre the Giant, and MOTH is probably some black metal band these kids dig and they want to show their allegiance to it by seeking some thrill from vandalising a church with paint.
It's just kids being kids - a phase that we all go through in life in some form or another. Repainting would suffice.
David Dass: What causes someone to vandalise a church that acknowledges the one living God? What causes someone to paint an inverted cross - which is the symbol of Satan and devil worship?
Christians do not worship the devil. Christians worship God and spend a lifetime resisting the works of the devil. And these include anger and hate and violence and the threat of violence.
Jesus Christ, when asked to summarise his teaching, said - Love thy God with all thy strength and might, and love thy neighbour as thyself. Christians emphasise God's love for mankind. Christianity teaches tolerance, respect and forgiveness.
Desecration of a place of worship is unchristian. It is the work of the devil. The police should investigate this act of vandalism and bring the culprits to book.