Tertipu Di Dunia Lebih Baik Dari Tertipu Di Akhirat

Being cheated in this world is better than being cheated in the hereafter. That is basically the literal translation of the title.

Needless to say, Malaysia Bankruptcy Day that didn’t happen. Do we need to be economist to tell that? I consider this as one of the biggest blunders in the blog world by a person who believes he belongs to the smartest elite while others who do not subscribe to his believe as “dungu” and “moron”.

It is an open secret that he is one of the most ardent anti-hadith in Malaysia. He is the beacon of reference by anti-Hadith in Malaysia, fooling unsuspecting and ignorant readers about his so call “advanced” Islamic ideology. As we and many have said again and again, he is a crook with crooked understanding of Islam and religion. Just as his prediction about Malaysia Bankruptcy has become the biggest blunder, do we really believe that his so call Quranist ideology will not be another blunder?

When he claimed that Malaysia will be bankrupt by 11 July, anyone with little understanding of economy already LMAO. What about all his claimed that the hadiths which have been believed by billions of Muslim for more than 1400 are nothing but fairy tale?

The only difference is if you believe in his economy theory, you may get cheated in this world. But if you believe in his religious theory, by the time you realize it, it may be too late. Let me quote from Quran in retrospect to his liking to quote from Quran as well.

When those who have been followed disassociate themselves from those who followed [them], and they [all] see the punishment, and cut off from them are the ties

Those who followed will say, “If only we had another turn [at worldly life] so we could disassociate ourselves from them as they have disassociated themselves from us.” Thus will Allah show them their deeds as regrets upon them. And they are never to emerge from the Fire.

[Al-Baqarah 166-167]

By the way, didn’t he said “…those who trolled him misunderstood his blog posting. it was merely a reminder of what could happen if 1MDB lost the case in LCIA.”

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s