Thursday, December 26, 2013

Singapore Caps Muslim Numbers At 15% Last 50 Years

A legal marriage of a Bengali-Muslim man
and a Burmese-Buddhist woman in Burma.
(She was force-converted to Islam later.)
Republic of Singapore was established in 1965. Back then in 1965 Singapore had approximately 75% Chinese Buddhists and 15% Malay Muslims. Can anyone guess what the population ratio of Muslims in 2013 Singapore is after almost 50 long years?

Same 15%. Yes, believe it or not, the Muslim numbers is still measly fifteen percents out of total 5.4 million cosmopolitan Singaporeans. How do they do that for last fifty years without harming a single Muslim and without receiving a single human-rights violation complaint from that notorious Multinational Muslim Mafia OIC?

Simple, the Chinese-Buddhist-dominated Singaporean Government uses two pronged approach of (1) strict non-immigration policy for Muslims and (2) strict legal prohibition of interfaith-marriages between Muslim men and non-Muslim women in Singapore. Yes, you read it right, in Singapore no Muslim male is allowed to marry a non-Muslim female, period.

No Large Scale Muslim Immigration is Allowed

Except for some individual cases of educated Muslims Singapore never allow large scale immigration of Muslims from any Muslim country. But for Buddhists like highly educated Burmese engineers and doctors Singapore allows large number of them to immigrate from time to time as the population-ratio adjustment requires.

Singapore has never publicly released the data on the religions of its immigrants (foreigners granted the coveted permanent resident status) even though the restricted distribution of such data is evident in government's strategic decision making process concerning the population ratios.

Please read this article “Singapore and the Strange Tale of Population Control Policies UPDATES” for how brutally manipulative Singapore Government is in drawing and implementing its Orwellian population control policies.

Islamic Proselytizing By Interfaith Marriage is Legally Prohibited

There is no legal restriction on interfaith marriages in Singapore except for the interfaith marriages of Muslim men to non-Muslim women. Unlike in Burma there is not a bloody chance of forced or coerced conversion of Buddhist girls or women into Islam occurring large scale in the Republic of Singapore.

ROMM Singapore.
To enforce that discriminatory law Singapore maintains two separate Marriage Registries. Registry of Muslim Marriages (ROMM) for Muslims and Registry of Marriage (ROM) for non-Muslims. The ROM is for every non-Muslims (both males and females) and Muslim women (yes Muslim females) to get freely married but polygamy is legally prohibited.

For example Buddhists can freely marry among them or to Hindus or Christians or any other religionists or even Atheists. But the cross marriage of a Muslim man to a born-non-Muslim bride is legally allowed only if she is a Muslim convert. What it means is if a Buddhist female is to marry a Muslim male she must go through the hurdles of legal conversion to Islam first.

The non-Muslim bride must go for strict year-long conversion course. Also rigorous interviews are made to the groom to ensure that he is fit to guide the new convert as a wife and as a fellow Muslim. The marriage between a Muslim man and a non-Muslim woman is allowed only after 1 year of proper conversion courses and the non-Muslim bride has willingly converted to Islam.

Following is direct from the Singapore’s ROMM for interfaith marriage between a Muslim male and a non-Muslim female:

- NRIC (For Singaporean & Singapore PR) or passport for foreigners
- The presence of the Wali (legal guardian) and his NRIC/passport if the bride is a born-Muslim or if she and her immediate family members (including her father/brother) are Muslim converts. No Wali is required if the bride is the only Muslim convert in her family. However, under this scenario, if she is within the age of 18-20 years old, her parental consent is still needed in person. (Minimum age of marriage in Singapore is 18.)
- Photocopy of NRIC or passport of two witnesses
- Conversion Card from the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS)”

Singapore Government strictly enforces Muslim Law Act (1968) and ROMM is one significant part of that act in keeping the Muslim population at roughly 15% of total 5.4 million Singaporeans.

Following was what Mr. Lee Kuan Yew the Founding Father of Singapore and one of the greatest statesmen in Human History said of Muslims recently.

“I think we were progressing very nicely until the surge of Islam came, and if you asked me for my observations, the other communities have easier integration – friends, inter-marriages and so on – than Muslims… I would say, today, we can integrate all religions and races, except Islam.”

Please also read this article "Singapore's Outdated National Security Policies" to understand Singapore's justifiable paranoia of its huge Muslim neighbors Malaysia and Indonesia.

Singapore armed-forces is the best-equipped conscript army in SE Aisa.
Burma Needs A Marriage Law to Stop the Bengali-Muslim Tide

Right now in Burma the 969 Buddhist Movement is loudly and aggressively calling nationwide for a law titled “Ah-myo-zount” (National Race Protection Act) to prevent the widespread forced and coerced conversions of Buddhist girls and women into Islam only after their marriages to Bengali-Muslim men.

In Burma Bengali-Muslim men can freely marry up to
four Burmese-Buddhist women, and all Buddhist
wives are later force-converted to Islam.
(An illegal Bengali-Muslim man can create a massive
20-members Muslim family in just 10 years.)
Bengali-Muslim population in Burma has rapidly expanded from under 4% in mid 1960s to almost 10% (or even massive 20% according to some aggressive Muslim groups) in 2012 and Burmese Buddhists need to stop that alarming and dangerous growth of Muslim population in Buddhist Burma.

We must not forget the tragic fact that our Burma with just 60 million populations is physically five times bigger than neighbouring Bangladesh with well over 180 million Muslims.

The rapid growth of Muslims in Burma is basically through the forced or coerced proselytizing by marriages of Burmese Buddhist females mostly very young girls to Bengali-Muslim men (the so-called Rohingyas) from the population-exploding and slowly-sinking Bangladesh.

The way Muslim men generally convert Buddhist women in Burma is forcefully or coercely converting their Burmese-Buddhist wives to Islam only after their marriages.

In almost every case of interfaith marriage between a Muslim man and a Buddhist girl or young woman in Burma the Muslim husband always persuaded his prospective Buddhist bride by promising or lying to her that he would allow her practice Buddhism even after their marriage. And only later the Muslim husbands forced or coerced their Buddhist wives to convert as their evil animist religion strictly demands.

If such Buddhist girl or woman is required to convert first to Islam legally well before she is allowed to marry to a Muslim man by a similar law like the “Muslim Law Act” in Singapore she would definitely think seriously before blindly marrying a Muslim man.

Such a law will not be violating women’s rights as it still allows a Burmese-Buddhist woman to marry a Bengali-Muslim man if she really wants to marry him, but it will protect women’s rights by providing Burma’s Buddhist women with much needed protection from forced or coerced conversion to Islam by their Muslim husbands after their Islamic-proselytizing marriages.
Ah-myo-zount Act (or) National Race Protection Law (Draft) in Burmese.
Bengali-Muslim illegals caught all over Burma.
Bengali-Muslim Imam Hussein, his four wives, and 30 children in Maungdaw.
(All taken care of by UNHCR, MSF, and other Islamic INGOs so eager to
rapidly increase the Muslim population to Islamize Buddhist Burma.)
Related posts at following links:
Anti-Chinese Muslim Riots in Singapore's Little India
Kidnap, Rape, and Forced Conversion of Buddhist Girls in Burma