Sunday, December 12, 2010
Actually this is news to me. Apparently in 1937 the name 'Malaysia' was coined by a Harvard scholar with...you guess it, Masonic ties. It was all part of their grand plan to rule the world and the nation that will be known as Malaysia then, plays a significant role. Also in 1943, that year's copy of Ripley's Believe It Or Not also includes the term 'Malaysia'. So apparently the late Tunku Abdul Rahman was not actually the first person who coined the term 'Malaysia' when he proposed the union between Malaya, Singapore, Brunei, Sarawak and North Borneo in the early 1960s.
Ohhh scary isn't it? Our country is really part of the evil Masons' plan and that all our leaders, even those from the Opposition are Masonic puppets! Now...I actually agree with the idea that Tunku was not the first person to coin the name Malaysia. But just that! Why? My reasoning is simply this: the word 'Malaysia' is just another name for the Malay Archipelago. For hundreds of years has the region encompassing Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Brunei has been known as such. Language experts could probably help me here but I guess the word 'sia' is used to identify large groupings of islands that share the same cultural and ethnical background. Check the Pacific islands of Micronesia, Polynesia and Micronesia...or for that matter, Indonesia! Even though rarely used, the word 'Malaysia' used pre-1963 merely means just that....Malay islands....and not some slinky, Michiavellian Masonic plot!