Thursday, April 9, 2015

Pembangkang "Panas Panas Tahi Ayam"

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I feel sorry for all the Pakatan supporters, who put so much faith in their quirky and unreliable elected representatives, who promised them heaven and hell to change the face and fate of this country for the better, if they were given a chance to govern. 

What happened in Parliament recently has shown that they prefer their beauty sleep over the promise of making the country a better place for everyone. They failed their first test big time.

Due to absence of many of their MPs, they have allowed the government to pass another repressive law.

To make thing worse, they are now making excuses for their irresponsible act and inaptitude.


It’s a matter of principle, Wong Chen

If that was the case why the need to attend Parliament at all, might as well all of them stay at home?

It's so much easier taking defeatist attitude........... ain't it?

Inilah pembangkang yang hanya "PANAS PANAS TAHI AYAM"

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

GST: Shame On You

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NEPAL (Where I am at the moment)
I have been here close to two months and was in Turkey and Greece a week ago.
Fuel price here:Diesel 0.78 Euro = RM3.09 per litre
Petrol 0.98 Euro = RM3.89 per litre
VAT (GST) 13%
Nepal is one of the poorest nations on the globe, yet people take everything in their stride.
Malaysia GST come into effect on 1st April 2015 (today) after almost a year of deafening political crescendo against its implementation fuelled by the opposition's overzealousness in pushing on a hurried demolition of the beleaguered government.
Malaysia per capita fuel consumption in 2013 was 265 litre (Pop 30 million)
See countries below for comparison.
Thailand 74L (67)
Indonesia 86L (252)
U.K 220L (63)
Japan 329L (126)
We consumed more (sic) fuel per person than industrial Japan.
They complained about everything from the prices of fuel to the price of their underwear, when we are one of the cheapest in the world.
Try figure out how wasteful and useless Malaysians are when come to saving. Our household debt was 87% of GDP in 2013, in the top 10 in the world. They never stop complaining and whining about how expensive everything are, but are awful wasters and gas guzzlers themselves, want everything cheap and free, spoilt by years of government subsidies.
Just 6% GST, they make so much noise, like the world falling apart on them.
The irony, the biggest squanderers are not the poor, but the middle class and the wealthy........…
.......and so are those, who ceaselessly complaining, the same group of people.
Shame on you Malaysians!

Friday, March 13, 2015

To All Malaysia's Prophets Of Doom: Here's From The Godfather ( IMF) Of The Global Economy

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I am not going to say much about 1MDB in relation to the overall performance of the economy, but as long as it stays afloat the Malaysian economy will not be seriously affected. 

The fundamentals are still good.  

PM Najib should not be too happy, the political situation will not change until there is some semblance of radical transformation of good governance.

Below is a review of the 2014 Malaysian economy by IMF.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Why 1MDB Parked Its Money In Singapore?

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Veteran Newsman Questions Rationale Of Parking 1MDB Funds In Singapore.

Again, I must qualify this is not a support for 1MDB (something is rotten in Denmark applies), but since they are keeping their inelegant silence, maybe, I can throw some lights on the controversy, why 1MDB keep parking the money outside the country. 

I don't believe in prolixity, so I'll make it short and breezy in layman's terms.

If you know the nitty-gritty of international banking and finance, it's not hard to understand why they keep parking the money outside Malaysia.

Why Singapore?

Singapore, being a financial centre allow non-residents to park their money in time-deposits in foreign currencies, where you can place your money in most major currencies and interest earned are not subject to Singapore tax (non-residents only)

Unlike Malaysia, many banks in Singapore have two departments, the DBU (Domestic Banking Unit) and ACU (Asian Currency Unit). 

Singapore is not short of banks that will gladly accept this kind of money as long as they are comfortable with where it came from.

Why 1MDB parked the money outside Malaysia?

If 1MDB remit the money back to Malaysia, they will have to convert it to local currency and they will no doubt collect more ringgit in exchange for the US$ funds, but should any of its foreign obligation matures anytime soon, they will have to incur massive foreign exchange losses, if they have to use ringgit to repay the foreign debts, so it makes sense to keep the money in the original currency, which, unfortunately, has to be placed in one of the financial centres as Malaysia do not have, or rather do not allow foreign currency deposit in the country.

The explanation given by PM Najib for keeping the money in Singapore because of BNM ruling requiring its approval for amount over RM50 million is wishy-washy, a terrible misguidance. Who would believe BNM can put a hurdle on a sovereign fund the brainchild of the PM? Why would BNM objected whatever the amount is for money coming into the country and allow billions to fly out of the country without a squeak?  

As a matter of fact if the US$1.1 billion had been remitted back to Malaysia, it would have strengthened the ringgit wee bit.

On the other hand, there is also strong possibility that the money is encumbered as collateral or part of collateral of other borrowings, thus the constraint of bringing it back home and the inelegant silence.

One can imagine one of two things of the opaqueness of 1MDB operations, either they are completely arrogant, or they are in such a big mess, they just don't know how to respond sensibly.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

1MDB Bank Negara Approval:Are They Barking Up The Wrong Tree?

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Jho Low Claimed The “PM/ FM” Gave Approval To Keep Bank Negara In The Dark On 1MDB Loan

I 'll not doubt there is something rotten down in 1MDB and the goings-on, therein, may not be known to the PM.

As I have suggested earlier forensic audit of the account be carried out to detect any fraudulent transactions, such audit should be carried out by our Auditor-General together with a reputable international auditing firm, which has in-depth knowledge of the world of international banking and finance, the reason being our AG office may not be familiar with those complicated cobwebbed financial instruments.

What I am going to say here is not in support of Jho Low, 1MDB or the PM, it's purely my personal opinion.

I suggest you guys check out BN (Bank Negara) objectives and regulations before you freak out on this highly politicised issue.

Jho Low may be right about BN approval not required as it is an offshore to offshore loan in foreign denominated currency (no ringgit involved), which in all likelihood is outside BN jurisdiction, therefore, BN approval is not necessary. It also makes sense that only MOF (Ministry of Finance) approval is required as 1MDB is wholly owned by the Malaysian government under the jurisdiction and control of Ministry of Finance, therefore, the company's BOD approval is required and MOF being the sole shareholder of 1MDB, its consent is also required.

Being an entity under MOF, who else can give approval on the matter if not the Minister of Finance, who also happened to be the Prime Minister? Don't forget by virtue of being the PM, he automatically become the de facto CEO of all state-owned companies.

Bank Negara would be more concerned if there were going to be foreign exchange involvement, or if the loan originated or domiciled in Malaysia, or if proceeds of the loan remitted back to Malaysia, where there would be greater impact on the local currency, economy and financial well being of the country if things go wrong.

1MDB would only need to inform BN and gets its approval if it raised foreign loans or issued bonds and bring back the proceeds to Malaysia. Its borrowings from domestic banks must be reported to BN, who as regulator can block or vary the huge borrowings if it's worried of undue impact on the credit and monetary system. 

As it is, the ringgit had already gone deep down south due to comprehensive politicising of the issue that have created skepticism and distrust in the Malaysian economy. Today, the ringgit is 3.69 to US$1.00 due to highly speculative and effective rumoring rather than fact-based economic indicators. Malaysia, is now rated one of the most politically unstable countries among investors and fund managers and it will get worse if no effort is taken to stabilise the very fluid political situation.

Most of the blame should fall squarely on the shoulder of PM Najib Razak as he was more concerned in keeping his popularity and hold on to power within his own party rather than to revive and strengthen the party popularity among the populace.

If they are so sure of the BN regulation, why SR (Sarawak Report) not named the source in Bank Negara who says to them such approval is required?

I think, Sarawak Report, Rafizi and the rest of the gang are barking up the wrong tree on the issue of Bank Negara's approval.

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Murder With Recourse:Why Western Media Blacked Out Sirul's Story ?

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It's like a nuclear fallout to many Malaysians, the biggest scoop of the century with politicians from the opposite camp having a field day drawing their knives going for an overkill.

DAP Lim Kit Siang was having the biggest thrill of his life poking murderous pun at PM Najib here.

When it rains, it pours in Malaysia, but it's all quiet on the Western Front........ 


Why did the Western media blacked out Sirul's story?

I have trolled the Internet numerous times hoping to hook onto some reputable media in the West reporting the story first hand, there was none. Every search I made took me to pages of either Malaysian Insider, Malaysiakini, or some other Malaysian news portal or blogs.

Western media hungry for story like this seemed to have avoided the convicted killer like a leper. Not a single reputable Western media have published the story. The Australian media known for its rapacity for this kind of news have not had a single mention of the story.

Why are the Western media giving Sirul a wide berth and our Malaysian news portals and opposition leaders were having agonising orgasms of Sirul's story. A story from a man whose life hang by the thread, a convicted murderer who now openly admitted to the crime and a crime committed with recourse, but he has not named the person that order the execution.

In the West, I believe they are more conscientious that a convicted killer not be allowed to profit by selling his/her story.

Who did Sirul speaks to? 

There is no guessing who needed this kind of story the most for political mileage.

Saril's interview was with Malaysia's most popular pro-opposition news portal...Malaysian Insider and Malaysiakini, the most partisan and lopsided newsmakers with irrefutable loyalty to the opposition's cause. The disclosure have generated a raging thunderstorm among opposition leaders and their supporters.

How do you reconcile the irony of this convicted felon's conflicting statements............ that he obeyed order from higher up to kill Altantuya, but on the other hand said he had not admitted to the murder. 

He questioned the method he was convicted making it sounds as if circumstantial evidence used by the court was wrong. Many murderers from all over the world had, in the absence of direct evidence, been convicted on circumstantial evidence.

That was his story, but more mystifying is......... who let the horse bolted?

How did Sirul get his passport? How did he manage to pass through the immigration's blacklist? Was his name on the black list in the first place, or someone removed it to make it easy for him to escape? All these are questions left unanswered. 

How could a convicted murderer like him escape detection by the Immigration Dept when bankrupts and people who can't pay up their income taxes are barred from leaving the country, but a convicted murderer can leave the country without hindrance?

Shouldn't the Director of Immigration be hauled up to explain how the horse bolted the stable?

In most cases you do need a motive to kill someone. Most of the time you kill to cover your crime leaving no witnesses behind.

Sometimes, rapists killed their victims if they are known to the victims to cover the crime, as they say "dead man tells no tales"

Why are many Malaysians in ecstatic overdrive?

Is it showing that PM Najib has become very unpopular with the people?

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Anwar: Blow by Blow

By Gopal Raj Kumar

  1. Anwar Ibrahim did nothing to reform the system when he was an insider. And mind you, he was sitting at its apex and even acting as prime minister between May and July 1997.He did nothing towards a repeal of the ISA, OSA, Emergency Ordinance or Sedition Act. Nor did he roll back the restrictions imposed by the Societies Act and the UUCA.
  2. In the 16 years that Anwar was rising up the Umno ranks until he was a heartbeat away from the very pinnacle, he made no changes for the better from the inside. On the contrary, it was he who poisoned Umno’s well through expanding and entrenching the culture of patronage and money politics.
  3. He is no democrat. In 1995, the Umno general assembly decided that the top two posts should not and would not be contested in its 1996 party election.
The assembly instructed that only Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Anwar could be nominated for president and deputy president respectively. Anwar was deep in the bowels of the BN system that has been dubbed a “guided democracy”.
Neither is Pakatan democratic. In the DAP, the first families of Lim and Karpal rule like as if the party is their personal fiefdom.
Guan Eng’s younger sister Hooi Ying is Penang DAP secretary. Three of Karpal’s children – Jagdeep, Gobind and Ramkarpal – are YBs. Ramkarpal was gifted an inheritance of his father’s Bukit Gelugor Parliament seat.
As for the PKR first family, Daddy is Anugerah Tuhan aka ketum parti, Mommy is president and Oldest Girl is vice president. There’s even talk of Younger Girl being given the chance to contest Permatang Pauh, previously rotated between her parents.
What democracy are Pakatan people talking about?!
  1. Anwar was so Machiavellian in the ruthless way he toppled Ghafar Baba. Anwar was confirmed twice as Umno deputy president – in the 1993 and 1996 general assemblies.
He planted cells everywhere, appointing his coterie to vital and pivotal positions in the superstructure of the state. He was like a giant octopus with tentacles spread over the Umno machinery and the entire government bureaucracy. In short, he was a control freak.
Side note:
Man-in-a-hurry Anwar only served as Dr M’s deputy in Umno for five years (1993-1998) before trying to oust his boss. Unlike the treacherous Anwar, Tun Razak was a loyal deputy to Tunku Abdul Rahman. Tun Razak was Umno deputy president for 20 years (1951-1971) until Tunku resigned his party presidency in June 1971.
  1. True, Anwar was infamously given a black eye by the IGP but he was certainly not “beaten to within an inch of his life” as his declared by his lawyer. Reminder:A member of the Bar is not an aspiring novelist (or is he?). Hence he should always endeavour to be more factually precise in his expression and refrain from engaging in hyberbole.
Anwar, on the other hand, is an acknowledged drama queen. If you’ll recall, he had also alleged that he was being poisoned with arsenic. Oh, and the stage props – that ubiquitous neck brace and the wheelchair

Monday, February 16, 2015

Free Quran:Muslims Have Evil Intention ?

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Free Quran? No thanks. What’s your motive?

Hi Bhai, next time do a bit of research before you open your big mouth.

What the difference, the Christians do it with their Bible.You can find a copy of the Bible in every room in every 5-star hotel all over the world including Malaysia.

Lest you forget the Malaysian government never stopped these hotels from allowing them to be party to helping missionary work for Christendom.

The Gideon Bibles placed in hotel rooms (in Malaysia and all over the world) and hospital wards (in many Western countries, but not in Malaysia) is for the purpose of spreading the Christian faith.

Free Qurans.....FREE! means free, you can accept the gift or politely reject it. 

Why is it when Christianity do, it's OK, but when Islam do, Muslims have evil intention?

Thursday, February 12, 2015

"Behind every great man there is a great woman"........she makes you, or destroy you!

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"Behind every great man there is a great woman"........she makes you, or destroy you!

Acrimonious Split Rattles Malaysian Premier’s Family

The announcement last week by top Malaysian banker Nazir Razak of his intention to file defamation charges against bloggers believed connected to a close friend of his brother, Prime Minister Najib Razak, has laid bare what has been whispered about for months in Kuala Lumpur.
There is a growing, acrimonious rift in the Razak family, much of it over the deeply indebted government-backed investment fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd, and Najib’s siblings’ relationship with the prime minister’s wife, Rosmah Mansor, partly because of her ostentatious flaunting of enormous wealth.  Rosmah, in addition to concerns about her behavior, is believed to have convinced her husband to initiate the 1MDB fund, which is backed by the Ministry of Finance.
One of the questions circulating in Malaysia’s business community is whether the family feud might result in problems for CIMB, the fast-growing Malaysia-headquartered bank that Nazir heads and which has become one of Southeast Asia’s leading financial institutions. Observers say CIMB owes at least some of its rapid growth to its connections to the family and hence to UMNO. “Its political connections are probably no longer a slam dunk asset for Nazir,” a business source with connections to the government told Asia Sentinel. 
“The brothers openly criticize Rosmah at dinner functions and family events,” a well-wired source told Asia Sentinel.  “I have heard them myself. Nazir’s family has moved to Oxford, where he spends 60 to 70 percent of his time. His elder brother Nizam spends time with his family in Boston. The two elder brothers Johari and Nazim also cannot get along with Rosmah.”
It was Nazim, according to two sworn declarations, one by a business associate of Rosmah and the other by the late private detective Perumal Balasubramaniam, who played a role in forcing Bala, as he was known, out of the country in 2008 after he issued an initial statement that Najib himself had been the lover of Altantuya Shaariibuu, a Mongolian woman murdered in 2006 in one of Malaysia’s most notorious killings and who was peripherally involved in a massive bribery case involving the sale of French submarines to Malaysia.  After Bala made the statement, he was told to get out of Malaysia and was given a hefty bribe to do so. Allegedly it was Nazim, a Kuala Lumpur architect, who took Balasubramaniam to the Hilton Hotel in Kuala Lumpur to write a statement recanting his version of the relationship between Altantuya and Najib. 
The acrimony is so bad that some of the family have spent their Hari Raya holiday – the celebration at the end of the fasting month – in Phuket and Singapore to avoid going to the prime minister’s obligatory open house, the source said.
A truly great woman below:

One of the greatest woman of the 20th century, stood by her man, care for her poor people.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Putsch On Najib?: New York Times Dalam Bahasa Melayu

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This could be the first for the New York Times, an article in Bahasa Melayu.

The question is why did NYT go to such extent with its story on Malaysia's current PM and his family involvement in some very questionable deals.

Are there invisible hands behind this putsch on Najib? 

Was it mere incident that the article was published a day before the judgement day of Anwar's sodomy case? The Federal Court decision is expected out today.

Below is a an abridged version in Bahasa Melayu.

You can read the unabridged English version here.

You can also read the full length article  "Towers Of Secrecy" here. 

Urusan pelaburan di AS oleh seorang rakyat Malaysia yang rapat dengan ramai orang ternama menimbulkan tanda tanya

Taek Jho Low mulai mendapat perhatian umum semasa beliau masih lagi dalam usia 20-an, apabila beliau mulai menghabiskan ribuan dollar bersama rakan-rakannya di kelab-kelab malam sekitar Manhattan. “Spekulasi mulai timbul tentang dari manakah sumber kewangan Jho datang,” lapor The New York Post.
Namun, sejak itu, persoalan yang berlegar-legar tidak lagi hanya tertumpu kepada kehidupan malam beliau. Low memperlihatkan dirinya kepada umum sebagai seorang pelabur yang besar dalam bidang perniagaan dan hartanah di Amerika Syarikat. (Read in English.)
Walaupun Low mempunyai hubungan rapat dengan beberapa orang kenamaan, namun begitu, terdapat sebuah keluarga yang terus-terusan dikaitkan dengan Low, iaitu keluarga perdana menteri Malaysia sendiri, Dato’ Seri Najib Razak. Low mulai berkawan rapat dengan keluarga Najib semasa Low masih belajar di sebuah sekolah tinggi swasta terkemuka berhampiran kota London. Baru-baru ini, Low turut terlibat dalam pembelian sebuah unit kondo mewah bernilai RM 117 juta di tengah-tengah bandar New York oleh anak tiri perdana menteri tersebut, di samping membantunya dengan syarikat perfileman yang telah menerbitkan filem “The Wolf of Wall Street” dan “Dumb and Dumber To.” (Teruskan membaca di sini dalam Bahasa Inggeris.)


Jho Low CreditIllustration by Michael Hoeweler 

Unit kondo mewah dan syarikat perfileman tersebut kini dipaparkan di dalam sebuah siri projek siasatan global oleh New York Times yang meneliti aliran wang asing yang masuk ke Amerika Syarikat, dengan menjadikan unit-unit kondominium di dalam bangunan “Time Warner Center” sebagai titik fokus.
New York Times mendapati bahawa walaupun sebahagian besar wang asing ini datangnya daripada sumber kekayaan yang sah, namun beberapa rakyat asing yang memiliki unit kondo di Time Warner Center telah menjadi subjek dalam beberapa penyiasatan kerajaan. (Teruskan membaca di sini dalam Bahasa Inggeris.)

Projek ini turut memaparkan artikel-artikel tentang ahli-ahli politik dari Mexico (akan datang minggu ini) dan Rusia (akan datang minggu ini), dan juga tentang seorang ahli perniagaan kontroversi dari India (akan datang minggu ini). New York Times juga mendapati bahawa kini, lebih setengah daripada pembeli-pembeli unit kediaman mewah di bandar New York memilih untuk melakukan pembelian secara rahsia dengan menggunakan tabung amanah atau jenis syarikat yang lain, daripada memilih untuk menggunakan nama mereka sendiri.
Pada tahun 2011, Low telah membeli sebuah penthouse di Time Warner Center bernilai RM 109 juta dengan menggunakan sebuah syarikat yang rahsia. Pada masa yang sama juga, Low mulai dikritik oleh umum di Malaysia. Kritikan tersebut mempersoalkan peranan Low dalam pembentukan 1MDB, yang merupakan syarikat pembangunan strategik milik kerajaan. Sejak itu, parti pembangkang dan juga beberapa ahli UMNO terus mempersoalkan 1MDB, di mana lembaga penasihatnya juga dipengerusikan oleh Najib sendiri. 
Baca seterusnya.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Are The Chinese Overly Sensitive, Or Politicking ?

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Malays are seldom racists, misguided maybe, but there is no inherent racism in them. Ibrahim Ali and those of his ilk is a different kettle of fish.Even they are not racists, they are just very angry Malays.

Ismail Sabri's choice of word may not be pleasing to some people's ears, but he made a very specific and profound statement...."boycott the Chinese traders who refused to lower prices" , the emphasis was on "those who refused to lower prices"

If people have not read between the lines there would not be a problem, or allegation of racism. He did not say boycott all Chinese traders, just those who refused to lower prices.

Can you blame him?

Let's get our perspective right, the reality, almost 90% of retail businesses in this country are in the hands of the Chinese in urban and semi-urban areas and the majority of consumers are Malays/Bumiputras with limited spending power. 

The non-Chinese outlets are minute, insignificant and immaterial to mention.

Sometimes, when push comes to shove, bluntness get noticed.

Monday, January 19, 2015

The Wicked Malaysian Government Will Fall....Says A Christian Shaman!

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Is this a Christian propaganda by over-zealous fans of DAP/Pakatan, inspired by their ambition of taking over Putrajaya?

So who is this righteous man that is going to save Malaysia?

Anwar Ibrahim, Lim Kit Siang, or Lim Guan Eng?

It appears that the video could have been made either in Singapore, Taiwan, or even in Malaysia itself.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

The Tragic Irony of...."The White Man's Burden"

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Remember "The White Man's Burden" a poem by the English poet Rudyard Kipling. The poem consists of seven stanzas, but I am only going to give the first stanza, the rest you can google if it is of interest to you.

The 1st stanza:

Take up the White Man's Burden, Send forth the best ye breed
Go bind your sons to exile, to serve your captives' need;
To wait in heavy harness, On fluttered folk and wild..
Your new-caught, sullen people, Half-devil and half-child.

Kipling wrote the poem soon after the Spanish-American War and the colonisation of the Philippines by the American. 

Kipling, at that time considered the natives of the colonies of the White Man as uncouth and uncivilised and that "The White Man" had a duty to civilise the barbaric and brutish parts of the world. He began by describing the colonised Filipinos as "new-caught sullen peoples, half-devil and half-child. 

Some imperialists interpret the poem as aspirations to dominate the world and the European powers captured and colonised many parts of the world then.

The West political and cultural imperialism existed till today, to dominate the rest of the world and impose its will and culture on those considered half-devil and half-child....... edifying the lesser beings has never been exhausting for them.

In the old days they used a multitude of tactics from intimidation,  to gunboat diplomacy and to all out war. The temerity much rest on whether the natives are timid or hostile.

Today, things haven't changed much, they still employ the same tactics, only the method differ. 

"You are with us, or against us", George Bush's belligerent call to his Western allies to join him when the U.S decides to invade Iraq that led to the toppling of Saddam Hussein and invasion of the country protracted for almost a decade. 

The Iraq War, spurred by Saddam's supposedly possession of WMD (weapons of mass destruction), which later was found to be fabricated by the U.S.A blatant lie to cover its real attention, retribution for 9/11, to avenge the Muslim terrorists' attack on the Twin Tower in New York on 11 Sept 2001 that killed over 3000 people, mostly Americans. 

Hundred of thousands of innocent Iraqis were killed in this revenge killings and the country razed to the ground by incessant and indiscriminate bombings by the U.S and her allies. Britain, among the coalition partners was the biggest running dog for America, lied to the world about Saddam's WMD. The irony, almost two-thirds of the terrorists were Saudis, but the U.S think it was Saddam that should be punished when they knew very well most of the fundings of Muslim terrorists came from Saudi Arabia.

Is Iraq peaceful and safer now? 

I am sure many of you would know the answer to that. The country is completely torn apart in sectarian violence  and a puppet government installed by the U.S, that is completely corrupt, incompetent and ineffective. ISIS, the Islamist militants has seized large swathe of territory in Iraq and neighbouring Syria, where they are headquartered.

Has the Western powers made Iraq a better and safer country today than when it was under Sadam?

Afghanistan, invaded much earlier than Iraq following the 9/11 attack was to dismantle the Al Qaeda and seek the extradition of Osama bin Laden.When the Taliban government refused to entertain their request, the U.S and Britain invaded the country and also bombed it to smithereens, killing thousands of innocent Afghan civilians. They finally managed to track down Osama and killed him in May 2011, not in Afghanistan, but in Pakistan, the so called American ally harbouring its biggest enemy.

They buried Osama at sea on the ground that burying him on land may turn his grave into a shrine and worship by Islamic terrorists and militants.

Did killing Osama stopped Islamic terrorism?

See, the American not all that smart, they killed one devil and thousands more sprung up with bigger atrocity and violence.

Think of what Boko Haram did two days ago in a Nigerian village, razed to the ground and wiped out the entire village of 2000 or more inhabitants.

ALAS! THE WEST DIDN'T CRY! Not a squeak of empathy and sympathy.

Seventeen killed in Paris and the whole ground shook with cry of sympathy calling for unity and solidarity over the killing of freedom of expression.......and there was huge global response, almost 2 million thronged the streets of Paris, including the biggest mass murderer of our time coming out of the state of Israel.

What irony!

In May 2014 the U.S announced that its combat operations would end in 2014, leaving only residual force until the end of 2016.

I can safely assume that Afghanistan will return to the Talibans, or the like of it as soon as all foreign forces left the country.

The Western powers have not only destroyed these two countries, they have also destroyed almost all the Arab countries in the Middle East through proxy wars, except Saudi Arabia, the worst offender of personal liberty and human rights subjecting its citizens to extremely harsh Islamic laws, but, nonetheless, the American and its Western allies love these primodial Wahhabis for their oil money and gave two hoots about its draconian laws.

This double-standard and hypocrisy are being played out wherever and whenever their interests are at stake, without due care and attention for other human lives, other than theirs.

As in Matthew 12.30 of the Gospel "Whoever is not with me is against me, and whoever does not gather with me scatters" said Jesus. 

Does it not ring true of the Western powers' convention?

The recent deadly attacks in Paris that killed 17 people by wayward Muslims shows that all is not well between Islam and the West. Many Muslims viewed the West as arrogant, bigoted, domineering, unjust and want to subjugate the rest of the world for world's domination. Out of those killed 12 of them worked in a bigoted magazine called Charlie Hebdo.

The root of the problem between Muslims and the West started over 60 years ago with the creation of the state of Israel as laid out in the Balfour Declaration for the creation of a Jewish state out of Palestinian land.

In 1945 when US President Roosevelt went to see King Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia with the proposal for the creation of a new country for the Jews, King Abdul Aziz told Roosevelt since it was the Germans who committed atrocities against the Jews why not carve a bit of Germany and give it to the Jews. Roosevelt, however, told the King that the US would not intervene without consulting both Arabs and Jews in the region. Soon after, Roosevelt died and the presidency was taken over by Harry Truman.

In the final stage of the Second World War, the US under Truman dropped atomic bombs on two Japanese cities, Hiroshima and Nagasaki that brought the war to an end and the surrender of Japan. Truman, with the new found victory, arrogantly ignored to consul the Arabs and together with the other Western allies went ahead with the creation of Israel in 1948, which spurred the Arab-Israeli conflict.

Many Muslims, particularly, from the Middle East viewed the West as the biggest "munafik" and their own governments as corrupt, incompetent and easily cowed by the West. To correct the injustices, it has become expedient and rest on their shoulders to fight a private war against the West. 

Past wars between Arab states and Israel had been catastrophic for the Arab countries with the Arabs losing more territories to Israel. If right is might instead of might is right, there was no pressure from the Western powers for Israel to return the occupied territories. The West Bank, Gaza and Golan Heights were Arab lands occupied by the Jews till today.

It's OK for them to mock your culture and religion and make fun of your prophet, which they called freedom of expression, but you can't call them White, that's racist!

It's OK if thousands of you Muslims killed by Jews, but you must not be anti-semitic, or say the Holocaust never happened, or that it was figment of the Jewish imagination, that's an offence.

The White Man's Burden will continue to crack his whip for world's domination to edify the half-devil and half-child. 

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

A Malaysian Charlie Hebdo?


If they are not careful, unknowingly, it would be the non-Muslims that will turn this country into a truly Islamic state, if they don't stop interfering with Islam.

A lawyer, but an idiot, the lady lawyer a Muslim, also an idiot. What is a non-Muslim doing interfering with what happened inside a mosque with the KUTBAH on Friday prayers?

What happened inside the mosque is none of your business and that Muslim lady lawyer defending you should have known better.

Trying to make political mileage out of bashing Jakim and Islam?

Sorry mate! No sympathy for stupidity. 

You are lucky this is Malaysia, Muslims here are basically still more civilised than in many other parts of the world.

One must know where and where not to poo!

Monday, January 12, 2015

March Of The Hypocrites















Thursday, January 8, 2015

Terror In Paris: You Reap What You Sow

Hantu Laut

The Western world never seem to learn from their mistakes when come to dealing with the Muslims world. They make one mistake after another. 

They want to impose their way of life on a culture completely alien and opposed to theirs.

Why do fanatical Muslims want to hurt and kill Westerners? 

The story goes since way back to the creation of the state of Israel and Jewish atrocities against Palestinians, the Iraq War, the war in Afghanistan, the Arab Spring to the present Western involvement in the dismantling of Assad of Syria. 

In Syria with the help of the Saudis they again created another monster, ISIS.

The 9/11 attack in the US was the culmination of Muslims anger against the West. The lull was only a calm before the storm. The Muslim ogre has grown bigger, richer, more organised and crueller.

Over the decades the West, with their 'might is right' attitude had cast aspersions on the Muslim world. Many of the attacks on Western targets were retaliations and revenge. The tit-for-tat kind of thing. Thousands of Muslims killed as collateral damage in indiscriminate bombings in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Yemen mean nothing to the West. Muslim lives are cheap and can be done with, but they make a big show out of a few beheading of their own by fanatical Muslims. Fanatical Muslims were appalled with this kind of double standard.

Claims by the US that their weapons have bullseye accuracy were pure fabrication because every attack on so-called terrorist targets killed more innocent bystanders than the target itself.

Muslims also see the West as untrustworthy and horrible user and abuser. The Mujahideens, Saddam Hussien and Al Qaeda, financed and used by them to fight a common enemy have all turned against them.

The attack on the newspaper office purportedly because of a cartoon insulting Mohammad and Islam, is to the attackers the end justifies the means, seemingly trivial to the Westerners but a big insult to some crazy Muslims.

The Paris attack may only just be the beginning. More frequent attacks should be expected coming from ISIS, which have cells in every Western countries.  

Fanatical Muslims who are prepared to die for their cause.

Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, senior leader and official spokesman for ISIS has called on the members to take retribution, to kill without question and by any means necessary civilians and soldiers from the Western alliance.

The world has become a very unsafe place, you don't know where and when they are going to strike.

The writer condemn this dastardly act of violence against civilians.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Why They Can't Find MH370 and AirAsia QZ8501!

Hantu Laut

A lot have been said of this small wonder of technological achievement that supposedly can survey the seabed and look for wreckage of ships and aircraft on the seabed to a depth of 4500 metres.MH370 disappeared on 8 March 2014, with all the boasted technology the West possessed, no wreckage or shred of evidence of the plane's whereabout so far.

The Bluefin Robotics was deployed to search for MH370 in the depth of the southern Indian Ocean, weeks passed by, but no sign of the plane's watery grave, either this piece of technology is a tank full of shitty hot air, or the search was done in the wrong place.

Another serious blow to many of these highly acclaimed but untested aviation technologies are those gadgetry wonders installed on planes that supposedly help to locate any aircraft that crashed at sea in quick time by them transmitting pings and giving the exact location.

One particular pretty useless gadget fitted on most commercial aircraft is the ULB ( Underwater Locator Beacon), which pinger supposed to send ultrasonic pulse giving its position to SAR vessels. The problem with this gadget is, it has very short transmitting range, depending on the type installed, it is detectable from the surface from a measly 1 to 2 kilometres in poor weather conditions to about 17-22 kilometres in very good conditions.

Now you know why they still can't find the wreckage of Air Asia Flight 8501. It was not just bad weather the cause, the aviation industry is caught in a time warp, they have failed to take advantage of new technology available to constantly monitor planes in flight. Not only it is available, it is also very cheap to put in place.

It is people like Boeing and Airbus, the two major manufacturers of commercial airliners that should take the rap for the tedious task of finding a lost aircraft quickly. I suppose it's a matter of both economics and negligence, not very often a plane fall out of the sky or disappeared into thin air, so there was no pressure to change the antiquated technology.

The disappearance of MH370 and the crash of Air Asia QZ8501 may be the biggest game changer for the aviation industry.

I have both free and paid version of Flightadar24. They are not always accurate, but this is were the technology starts and can be perfected for the airline industry to keep their planes under constant watch.