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MH370: Matthias Chang & Reuters

Having been pointing to the U.S. (Globalists) and affiliated intelligence agencies since just about day one plus providing the reasons as to why they would stoop to such depths, plus providing information about Boeing’s patent for remote control of planes by CIA and, finally, questioning Diego Garcia, I think I can say I am vindicated for doing so.

This is an unannounced “war”. Wars are for political and economic power. 9/11 commenced a few but this just may be the point at which we begin to see mainstream “light” being shed upon who really is behind all of this from 9/11 to MH370. Because it certainly wasn’t (and isn’t) “Al Qaeda”.

What was the last direction that aircraft was pointing in according to radar? Forget this satellite arc crap! Provided by a British company tied to the British and American governments for its entire existence (contracts). But that last known direction does not reflect what the western globalists want us to consider does it? It says “Whoa! I’m going to Garcia!”

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Disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH 370: The Trillion Dollar Question to the U.S. and Its Intelligence Services

Malaysian media should pose critical questions to the US and its Intelligence Services and not to the Malaysian Government

By Matthias Chang
Global Research, March 29, 2014
Future Fast Forward

Matthias Chang is a prominent Malaysian lawyer and author, who served as political secretary and adviser to former Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir Mohammad.

Let me state from the outset that I totally agree with the press statements by Malaysia’s Defence Minister and Acting Transport Minister, Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein that “we have conducted ourselves fairly, responsibly and history will judge us for that.”

And to a mischievous and presumptuous question from a correspondent of the Financial Times, Datuk Seri with confidence and integrity rightly said without any fear of contradiction that, “I don’t think we could have done anything different from what we have already done.” Well done!

The Financial Times, CNN and other foreign media ought to pose similar questions to the US and its intelligence services and stop insinuating that Malaysia has not been transparent and/or engaged in a cover-up. Foreign media should stop engaging in dirty politics!

It is my hope that following the publication of this article, Malaysian mass media will focus on questioning the integrity of the US’s assistance to Malaysia in the first three weeks of the SAR mission, notwithstanding its recent offer of more assistance.

I take comfort that my reservations about the US and its intelligence services as well as other intelligence services closely linked to the US, especially British secret service, have been more than vindicated by Reuters in its news report on 28th March, 2014 entitled Geopolitical games handicap hunt for flight MH370 (see below)

The search for flight MH370, the Malaysian Airlines jetliner that vanished over the South China Sea on March 8, has involved more than two dozen countries and 60 aircraft and ships but has been bedevilled by regional rivalries.

… With the United States playing a relatively muted role in the sort of exercise that until recently it would have dominated, experts and officials say there was no real central coordination until the search for the plane was confined to the southern Indian Ocean, when Australia largely took charge.

Part of the problem is that Asia has no NATO-style regional defence structure, though several countries have formal alliances with the United States. Commonwealth members Malaysia, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia also have an arrangement with Britain to discuss defence matters in times of crisis.

As mystery deepened over the fate of the Boeing 777 and its 239 passengers and crew, most of them Chinese, it became clear that highly classified military technology might hold the key.

But the investigation became deadlocked over the reluctance of others to share sensitive data, a reticence that appeared to harden as the search area widened.

“This is turning into a spy novel,” said an envoy from a Southeast Asian country, noting it was turning attention to areas and techniques few countries liked to publicly discuss.

Ultimately, the only country with the technical resources to recover the plane – or at least its black box recorder, which could lie in water several miles deep – may be the United States. Its deep-sea vehicles ultimately hauled up the wreckage of Air France 447 after its 2009 crash into a remote region of the South Atlantic.

While Putrajaya has been forced to reveal some of the limits and ranges of its air defences, the reluctance of Malaysia’s neighbours to release sensitive radar data may have obstructed the investigation for days.

At an ambassadorial meeting in the ad hoc crisis centre at an airport hotel on March 16, Malaysia formally appealed to countries on the jet’s possible path for help, but in part met with polite stonewalling, two people close to the talks said.

Some countries asked Malaysia to put its request in writing, triggering a flurry of diplomatic notes and high-level contacts.

‘It became a game of poker in which Malaysia handed out the cards at the table but couldn’t force others to show their hand,“ a person from another country involved in the talks said.

As in the northern Indian Ocean, where Chinese forces operate alongside other nations to combat Somali piracy, current and former officials say all sides are almost certainly quietly spying on and monitoring each other at the same time. (emphasis added)

mh370-cockpitatc-talk-shows-nothing-abnormal-malaysia_010414061849WantChinaTimes, Taiwan reported,

The United States has taken advantage of the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight to test the capabilities of China’s satellites and judge the threat of Chinese missiles against its aircraft carriers, reports our sister paper Want Daily.

Erich Shih, chief reporter at Chinese-language military news monthly Defense International, said the US has more and better satellites but has not taken part in the search for flight MH370, which disappeared about an hour into its flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in the early hours of March 8 with 239 people on board. Shih claimed that the US held back because it wanted to see what information China’s satellites would provide.

The above is the reality which we have to confront. Therefore, desist any attempt to label the above mainstream media articles as a “conspiracy theory”. Reuters has let the Genie out of the bottle!

Malaysia’s Minister of Transport Datuk Seri Hishammuddin gave hints of Malaysia’s difficulties (as his hands were tied by intelligence protocols and or refusal by the relevant foreign intelligence services and diplomatic reluctance) but our local media failed to appreciate the nuances of his statements by not directing their questions at those parties that have failed Malaysia as their neighbour and in their duties under various defence treaties and arrangements.

Malaysian media, please read at the minimum three times, the sentences in bold AND WAKE UP TO THE REALITY that our country has been badly treated even though our country put all its national security cards on the table so that countries whose nationals are passengers on flight MH 370 could come forward with sincerity to assist in resolving this unfortunate tragedy which is not Malaysia’s making.

Malaysia is but a victim of this tragedy whose plane, MH 370 was used for a hidden agenda for which only time will reveal.

In my previous article posted to the website on the 27th March, 2014, I exposed how Israel is exploiting the tragedy to create public opinion for a war against Iran, a Muslim country that has close ties with Malaysia.

At the outset of the SAR Mission, all concerned stated categorically that every scenario, no matter how unlikely would be examined critically with no stones left unturned – terrorist hijacking, suicide mission, technical failures, inadequate security, criminal actions of the pilot and or co-pilot etc.

Given the above premise, families of the passengers and the crew of MH 370 have every right to ask the following questions of the US and other countries that have sophisticated technologies to track and monitor airplanes and ships in all circumstances.

Such questions should not be shot down by those who have a hidden agenda that such queries amount to “conspiracy theories”. Far from being conspiracy theories, we assert that the questions tabled below and the rationale for asking them are well founded and must be addressed by the relevant parties, failing which an inference ought to be drawn that they are complicit in the disappearance of MH 370.

 

Lets us begin.

1) Was the plane ordered to turn back, if so who gave the order?

2) Was the plane turned back manually or by remote control?

3) If the latter, which country or countries have the technologies to execute such an operation?

4) Was MH 370 weaponised before its flight to Beijing?

5) If so, what are the likely methods for such a mission – Biological weapons, dirty bombs?

6) Was Beijing / China the target and if so why?

7) Qui Bono?

8) The time sequence of countries identifying the alleged MH 370 debris in the Indian ocean was first made by Australia followed by France, Thailand, Japan, and Britain via Immarsat. Why did US not offer any satellite intelligence till today?

9) Prior to the switch of focus to the Indian ocean, was the SAR mission in the South China seas, used as a cover for the deployment of undersea equipment to track and monitor naval capabilities of all the nations’ navies competing for ownership of disputed territorial waters? Reuters as quoted above seems to have suggested such an outcome.

 

10) Why was there been no focus, especially by foreign mass media, on the intelligence and surveillance capabilities of Diego Garcia, the strategic naval and air base of the US?

11) Why no questions were asked whether the flight path of MH 370 (if as alleged it crashed in the Indian Ocean), was within the geographical parameters of the Intelligence capabilities of Diego Garcia? Why were no planes deployed from Diego Garcia to intercept the “Unidentified” plane which obviously would pose a threat to the Diego Gracia military base?

12) The outdated capabilities of the Hexagon satellite system deployed by the US in the 1970s has a ground resolution of 0.6 meters; what’s more, the present and latest technologies boast the ability to identify objects much smaller in size. Why have such satellites not provided any images of the alleged debris in the Indian Ocean? Were they deliberately withheld?

13) On April 6th, 2012, the US launched a mission dubbed “NROL-25” (consisting of a spy satellite) from the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The NROL-25 satellite was likely rigged with “synthetic aperture radar” a system capable of observing targets around the globe in daylight and darkness, able to penetrate clouds and identify underground structures such as military bunkers. Though the true capabilities of the satellites are not publicly known due to their top-secret classification, some analysts have claimed that the technology allows the authorities to zoom in on items as small as a human fist from hundreds of miles away. How is it that no imagery of MH370 debris was forwarded to Malaysia, as this capability is not classified though other technologies might well remain classified? (Source: Slate.com)

14) Could it be that the above capabilities were not as touted?

15) However, in December, 2013, the USAtlas V rocket was launched carrying the spy satellite NROL-39 for the National Reconnaissance Office, an intelligence agency which is often overshadowed by the notorious National Security Agency (NSA), only it scoops data via spy satellites in outer space. The “NROL-39 emblem” is represented by the Octopus a versatile, adaptive, and highly intelligent creature. Emblematically, enemies of the United States can be reached no matter where they choose to hide. The emblem boldly states “Nothing is beyond our reach”. This virtually means that the tentacles of America’s World Octopus are spreading across the globe to coil around everything within their grasp, which is, well, everything (Source: Voice of Moscow). Yet, the US with such capabilities remained silent. Why?

It cannot be said that it is not within the realm of probabilities that the US may not want the plane MH 370 to be recovered if rogue intelligence operators were responsible for the disappearance of MH 370.malaysia-mh370-passports

If the above questions have been posed to the US and other intelligence agencies and answers are not forthcoming, I take the view that the Malaysian government ought to declare publicly that our national sovereignty and security have been jeopardized by the disappearance of MH 370 and that the relevant intelligence agencies have been tacitly complicit in the disappearance of MH370.

By coming out openly to explain the predicament faced by our country, Malaysia may prevent a hostile act against a third country.

I therefore call upon Malaysian mass media to be courageous and initiate such queries as only the US and other intelligence agencies can give definitive answers to the above 15 questions.

It is futile to demand answers from Malaysia as we are not in any position to supply the information as we do not have the capabilities of the global and regional military powers.

Malaysians must unite behind the government so that our leaders need not feel that they are alone shouldering this enormous burden.

 

The Reuters article:

(Reuters) – The search for flight MH370, the Malaysian jetliner that vanished over the South China Sea on March 8, has involved more than two dozen countries and 60 aircraft and ships but been bedevilled by regional rivalries.

While Malaysia has been accused of a muddled response and poor communications, China has showcased its growing military clout and reach, while some involved in the operation say other countries have dragged their feet on disclosing details that might give away sensitive defence data.

That has highlighted growing tensions in a region where the rise of China is fuelling an arms race, and where several countries including China, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines are engaged in territorial disputes, with the control of shipping lanes, fishing and potential hydrocarbon reserves at stake.

The Malaysian Airline jet, which disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, was last officially detected hundreds of miles off course on the wrong side of the Malaysian peninsula.

As mystery deepened over the fate of the Boeing 777 and its 239 passengers and crew, most of them Chinese, it became clear that highly classified military technology might hold the key.

A reluctance to share sensitive data appeared to harden as the search area widened.

“This is turning into a spy novel,” said an envoy from a Southeast Asian country, noting it was turning attention to areas and techniques few countries liked to publicly discuss.

With the United States playing a relatively muted role in the sort of exercise that until recently it would have dominated, experts and officials say there was no real central coordination until the search for the plane was confined to the southern Indian Ocean, when Australia largely took charge.

Part of the problem is that Asia has no NATO-style regional defence structure, though several countries have formal alliances with the United States. Commonwealth members Malaysia, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia also have an arrangement with Britain to discuss defence matters in times of crisis.

“There is … a pressing need for regional security structures to take a few leaps forward,” said Air Vice Marshal Michael Harwood, a retired Royal Air Force pilot and former British defence attaché in Washington.

The risk, he said, was that the search instead became seen as a national “test of manhood” and driver of rivalry.

Already, several governments have been openly competing in announcing findings and satellite images.

RADAR POKER

Malaysia’s acting transport minister Hishammuddin Hussein, who is also the country’s defence minister, has defended the international effort to find the jet.

“All countries involved are displaying unprecedented levels of cooperation, and that has not changed,” he said.

But while Kuala Lumpur has been forced to reveal some of the limits and ranges of its air defences, the reluctance of Malaysia’s neighbours to release sensitive radar data may have obstructed the investigation for days.

At an ambassadorial meeting in the ad hoc crisis centre at an airport hotel on March 16, Malaysia formally appealed to countries on the jet’s possible path for help, but in part met with polite stonewalling, two people close to the talks said.

Some countries asked Malaysia to put its request in writing, triggering a flurry of diplomatic notes and high-level contacts.

“It became a game of poker in which Malaysia handed out the cards at the table but couldn’t force others to show their hand,” a person from another country involved in the talks said.

It was not until a week later that Malaysia announced a list of nations that had checked their archives.

Beijing, meanwhile, was dramatically upping its game.

Its ability to deploy forces deep into the southern hemisphere is particularly striking. Beijing has sent several deployments into southern waters in recent months, including warship visits to New Zealand and South America, while its icebreaker “Snow Dragon” helped rescue personnel from a trapped Russian icebreaker in the Antarctic late last year.

“China are deploying because that’s what great powers do, and there must be a political expectation for them to (do so),” said one former Western military officer. “How well they do it, only the USA will currently know (through surveillance and signals intelligence), and time will tell.”

CHINESE CLOUT

With five Chinese ships heading to a new search area in the Indian Ocean on Friday, experts say China is revealing military capabilities it lacked just a handful of years ago.

Chinese officials have also spoken of the growing number of satellites it has put to the task, a sensitive topic nations rarely disclose.

“A decade ago, China wouldn’t even have been in this game at all,” says Christopher Harmer, a former U.S. naval aviator and search-and-rescue pilot, now senior fellow at the Institute for the Study of War in Washington DC. “It really shows how far they have come, much, much faster than most people expected.”

Ultimately, the only country with the technical resources to recover the plane – or at least its black box recorder, which could lie in water several miles deep – may be the United States. Its deep-sea vehicles ultimately hauled up the wreckage of Air France 447 after its 2009 crash in the South Atlantic.

So far, Washington has sent two Poseidon maritime reconnaissance aircraft to the southern Indian Ocean search as well as an underwater drone and its Towed Pinger Locator, specifically designed to detect the signals from black boxes.

As in the northern Indian Ocean, where Chinese forces operate alongside other nations to combat Somali piracy, current and former officials say all sides are almost certainly quietly spying on and monitoring each other at the same time.

Military secrets, meanwhile, remain the last thing on the minds of those still hoping for news of missing relatives.

“I don’t care about the secrets. I just want my son to return,” Liu Guiqiu, mother of missing passenger Li Le, told China Central Television.

(Reporting by Peter Apps in London, Tim Hepher in Kuala Lumpur/Paris, Additional reporting by A. Ananthalakshmi; Editing by Will Waterman)

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MH370 and a “Malaysian” proposition!

Posted in Disappearance of MH370, Uncategorized by earthling on March 26, 2014

Ever get the feeling that those scam “letters” you get through your email promising you substantial amounts of money are, somehow, targeted at you for some apparent reason?

They’re normally from Nigeria aren’t they? Well, I hadn’t seen one of them for a long long time come through to my personal email until now. I had never, however, received one from Malaysia (and I doubt this one actually is generated from Malaysia) but isn’t it just a coincidence?

Do they assume I’m just stupid enough to accept because they think “this guy likes Malaysia and Malaysians so we’ll try this”? However, what I’d like to know is how they have connected my blog with my personal email.

Just the other day, I received two comments on here (I forget to which posts but one of them was the “Malaycia Airlines” one I think (I need to check). The two comments came in not quite simultaneously but within minutes of each other certainly. I very rarely get such comments and I tend to ignore them but there was something about these two coming in quick succession and also the “referral” addresses which they came from which piqued my interest. The referral addresses were peculiar “private networks” with localhost numbers. Normally, referral addresses will come from either specific websites like Rense or Davidicke.com or search engines etc.

However, the “letter” I receive to my personal email was this:

From: Abdul Rahim Bin Md Yusuf (abdul.yusuf08@sapo.pt)
Sent: 26 March 2014 14:57:56
To: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Dear x,

With appropriate greatest respect, I desire your pleasure knowing that this
Proposal is a surprise to you. My name is Abdul Rahim Bin Md Yusuf, an
Attorney at law. A deceased client of mine (Jason x), who hereinafter
shall be referred to as my client died as a result of heart failure on
the 11th February, 2009.

I have contacted you to assist in distributing the money left behind by my
late client to escape confiscation by the bank in which the Thirteen Million,
Four Hundred and Twenty Five Thousand United States Dollars
[USD$13,425,000.00] is deposited. The bank in which this huge amount
is lodged has issued me a notice to contact the next-of-kin to this funds
otherwise the account will be confiscated.

My proposition to you is to seek your consent to present you as the
Next-of-kin and beneficiary of my above named client. Besides, you
have the same last name as my late client, the proceeds of this account
can be paid to you. Then we can share the amount on mutual agreed
percentages. All Legal documents to back up your claim as my late
client’s next of kin will be gradually provided.

All I require is your honest co-operation to enable us see this transaction
through. This will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will
protect you from any breach of the law. If this business proposition offends
your moral values, do accept my apology. I must use this opportunity to
implore you to exercise the utmost indulgence to keep this matter
extra-ordinary confidential whatever your decision while I await your
prompt response. Please contact me at once to indicate your interest.
I will like you to acknowledge the receipt of this message as soon
as possible via email.

This transaction will be treated private with absolute confidentiality
and sincerity. Please, do not contact me through my company details
for confidential reason. I look forward to your quick indication. Do
confirm the receipt of this email.
Regards,
Abdul Rahim Bin Md Yusuf.

[Principal Attorney]

No. 156, Tingkat Satu
Jalan Kelab Cinta Sayang
Sungai Petani
*********************************************************************************
NOTE: This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and solely
for the use of the intended recipient. If you are not the intended
recipient or
the person responsible for delivering it to the intended recipient, be advised
that you have received this email in error and that any dissemination,
distribution, copying or use is strictly prohibited. If you received this
e-mail in error or without authorization, please notify me immediately by a
reply e-mail and delete the email from your system. For confirmation,
please send a message to (abdul.yusuf08@yahoo.com.my)

Now, Sungai Petani is north of Kuala Lumpur up on the northeast of Malaysia. Interestingly, I spent some time around that particular area and Penang a few years back doing some conceptual planning of a wireless network.

A very enjoyable experience and great people. Perhaps I should take the money and run eh? 😉 lol

Sungai Petani

 

Sorry “Abdul”. Do you really get people to fall for this crap?

Send me another one just with an acknowledgement that you read this and the next time I’m in Malaysia, we’ll have a beer! 😉 

 

 

 

MH370: We’re now in bullshit land folks.

Posted in "Terrorism", Disappearance of MH370, Geo-Political Warfare, Media, Politics by earthling on March 24, 2014

The Prime Minister of Malaysia, like any PM or President anywhere, doesn’t know his arse from his elbow but he’s the man who’s put in front of you to give you the news. The fact is, he’s “advised” because he wouldn’t know an orbiting satellite from a lavatory pan and what sometimes orbits around them!

What we have here is either “We don’t have a goddamned clue” 9and it is very possible the Malaysians don’t so don’t blame them quite yet) or “We know precisely what happened but if we said then WW3 would break out”. I go for the latter. This flight did not “disappear” and find its way to the southern Indian ocean and crash close to the Antarctic.

Where else would these people (whoever did this) want to say that plane disappeared? What better than one of the most inhospitable parts of the planet, thereby giving them absolute cover for not having to come up with any proof of what happened at all? Why would they do that? Because so much of any story they would otherwise put forward, would be taken apart by people who would plainly see the conflicts and contradictions.

So what do you do? You say it is lost and you say “The data points to the most inhospitable region of our planet.

Ok now let’s consider the options here for why it ended up down there (which it didn’t even if they come up with the odd part of a plane in days, weeks or months or years once it’s all forgotten about).

Let’s consider what Inmarsat (a British satellite company tied to UK government/civil service) are saying:

“We don’t know whether the plane stayed at a constant speed, we don’t know whether its headings changed subsequently,” said Inmarsat senior vice-president Chris McLaughlin.

“We applied the autopilot speeds – about 350 knots. We applied what we knew about the fuel and range of the aircraft to hit the series of ping information we had.

Inmarsat shit

They know jack shit! BUT they have said they ASSUME “autopilot”.

Ok, now autopilot tends to just fly with a pre-determined (or changed in flight) flightpath. You tell me why any Aircraft Captain or first officer would programme the plane to head toward the southern indian ocean EVEN IF they were on a suicide mission? If you were suicidal, you still would not plot a course for nowhere. With that frame of mind, you’d want to make a statement in one way or the other.

There was some kind of fault or fire or both. Ok, so let’s assume that possibility. AGAIN, how is it that a flight, originally scheduled for Beijing and with a change of flightpath which was definitely suggesting north (according to what we’re told) BUT, in fact was showing a tendency toward the west (Diego Garcia territory) ended up, due to a fault or fire, heading for the deep south Indian ocean?

So let’s say a third party in the plane hijacked it. AGAIN, why would a 3rd party then head for the southern Indian ocean? Are you beginning to get the picture? WHAT would that give the hijacker?

I’m sure there are other “reasonable” theories out there. Hypoxia is another one I keep hearing, but again: Why the Southern Indian Ocean? The flightpath – particularly considering Inmarsat ASSUMED  autopilot (and who are Inmarsat to assume anything if not satellite related?) – would hardly have been the Southern Indian Ocean before hypoxia started having its affect now would it? Ah! But the hypoxia disoriented the pilot(s) and through that they then plotted in a course, mistakenly, for the Southern Indian Ocean? Oh yeah! I go with that boys I really do!

Looks like Inmarsat have just talked themselves into substantial new business however. Talk up the need, the regulations are changed to fit, you’re a major (monopoly) Satellite supplier and supplier of such kit and away you go! What YOU need, Inmarsat, are far more events like this!

Read the above statement again. They don’t have a clue and, excuse the pun, but they are “winging it”. But they can wing it because they hold the cards don’t they? “… the first time it’s been done.” Indeed it is, IF it was done at all!

SO WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE NEW DATA AND THE DATA FROM A FEW DAYS AGO? AND HOW COULDN’T YOU HAVE HAD THIS DATA A FEW DAYS AGO? But we’ll never get an adequate explanation of this will we?

Anti Malaysian propaganda stirred by false info

Absolutely contrived (by the Chinese government and possibly another government starting with the word “United”) propaganda against the Malaysian government and all things Malaysian. Who paid you to make that statement son? Or who has whipped you and the families up into such a frenzy against Malaysia to make that statement? Why no statement regarding the amount of time it took (or the conflicting reports given by certain quarters in the US and UK) Inmarsat and Boeing and Rolls Royce to verify THEIR positions and THEIR information? How do you know that the fault doesn’t lie with Boeing and that, perhaps, they did a repair on the plane’s wing a year or two back and gave it the “OK” when, in fact, they maybe did a very bad botch job of the repair?

How do you know it was not the actions of an intelligence agency? Your own even? Why are you just pointing the finger at EVERYTHING Malaysian? Malaysia have not been in control of the investigation because Malaysia do not own satellites for example. They also need to rely on Boeing and the ACARS facility etc. How do you know that the Malaysian government and authorities have not been fed shit and that is why it has all been confused? Not because Malaysia wanted it to be but simply due to the fact that they had to rely on another country’s intelligence regarding data acquisition and technology.

No mate. What you have stated stinks of pre prepared Propaganda. And you can trust me – without wishing to sound at all racist, I’ve had experience of the way you people work. I’ve also had experience of the way Malaysians work. There’s good and bad in every nationality but some are just a little more prone to one or the other.

Who do you work for pal?

Who got to you Najib?

Now to Najib. The entire thing about his statement and how ridiculous it is is this: That very statement is a statement he could have made on day one. He is saying nothing new and he has NO valid “new evidence” or data to give him any authority to make the statement now as if it is something new.

Meanwhile, he goes on to say that the search continues. So what’s changed? Absolutely nothing. Except ONE thing: HE has made a statement and that statement is made to simply “close the book” so to speak. To now give time for the “official story” to be fully prepared and then presented with all its faults and assumptions and absolutely false evidence.

It will be Malaysia’s equivalent of the 9/11 commission report.

All theories considered and then the preparation of the final document which has considered all angles except one:

DIEGO GARCIA AND THE REMOTE CONTROL OF MH370.

What’s of further interest to me however is this: If these families are so distrusting and so distraught at it all, then why are they not even stating they smell a real rat? All of their venom is pointed at Malaysia while they seem to refuse to consider other very plausible alternatives. Even the families don’t seem to be too interested in going there. Now why would that be? Could it be anything to do with what I just wrote about Paul Weeks and his wife?

Is this also some form of “Sandy Hook”?

Can you say you know any of these people we’re served up in the media? Who DOES know them?

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US Government: Why would it hijack MH370?

It’s becoming somewhat of a bore listening to mouthpieces in the media and very ignorant mouthpieces at that, who perhaps have never studied politics, history and geopolitical agendas. Media mouthpieces which utter nothing except that they are told to. They possibly trawl the internet occasionally to read “crazy conspiracy theories” so that they can, in their abject ignorance and naivety of the world – in their innocence in fact but with an arrogant style of innocence because, after all, they’re in the Media! They may even be on the telly from time to time! That makes them a “player” and someone people have to take seriously – take the proverbial out of those of us who are, probably in most cases, older, wiser, experienced and have read a lot wider and deeper than they. So when we analyse an event or series of events and connect one event to another and create a far bigger picture than that they are concentrating on (and therefore, they can never quite work out what or why something happened but just report on the detail and the input – conflicting as it may be – from a slurry of “experts”) these media types can do nothing but try and protect themselves from being seen as inept, by attacking those of us who leave their powers of investigation and their knowledge base, in the dust.

Sorry if that sounds arrogant of me. But then I’m not. Why should one apologise for being somewhat more capable and intelligent than a gnat? I’ve recently come to the conclusion that I hold pretty much zero respect for most people on this god forsaken planet of ours and I believe I have pretty good reason for it. I’m just getting a little sick of the shit I see 360 degrees around me.

Anyhow, rant over. I’m sure you get the picture.

So, there’s all these people on the TV, in newspapers and the general mass of incompetent, non-thinkers with very little knowledge of history or just about anything, who will say, when faced with the possibility of the US (and perhaps other western governments, being involved in the hijacking of MH370: “Oh god! It’s a conspiracy theorist! Take off the tin-foil hat” etc etc etc etc “Explain how the hijacking of an aircraft can possibly be connected to a Trans Pacific Partnership deal and be used to destabilise a government?” delivered in their usual, smarmy, fashion. The same old shit (which is getting very old and, as I said at the beginning – a bore) repeated over and over by ignorant little twats.

Well, once upon a time you ignorant little twats (while let’s ignore the Ukraine and Benghazi etc for the moment), there was  President by the name of John F Kennedy. In 1962 there was the Cuban Missile crisis, during which, to attempt the overthrow of Castro, the US Department of Defence, the CIA and the President himself, concocted “Operation Mongoose” to destabilise the Cuban government. That didn’t turn out too successful However, later on, President Nixon came along and he decided to end the use of CIA hijacking for political purposes.

Between 1948 and 1957, there were 15 hijackings all over the world, an average of a little more than one per annum. Between 1958 and 1967, this climbed to 48–an annual average of about five. There was an explosive increase to 38 in 1968 and 82 in 1969, the largest number in a single year in the history of civil aviation. During the third 10-year period between 1968 and 1977, there were 414 hijackings–an annual average of 41.

The increase since 1958 could be attributed, in significant part, to the following factors:

First, the use by the USA’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of inspired hijackings as a weapon of destabilisation against the Fidel Castro regime which had seized power in Cuba in January, 1959, and nationalised all plantations and other property owned by US businessmen. Note that the US government did not like the economic (“communist”) policies put in place by Castro which kept the US and its corporations, from exploiting Cuba. Pretty much an exact parallel, then, with the anti TPPA stance that the Malaysians are taking. Even Anwar Ibrahim SEEMS to be against the TPPA (but this may just be for the purposes of riding the general population’s anti TPPA feeling until he were to ever get in power (we know that strategy well through a man called Tony Blair). I’d still say Ibrahim is CIA.

The hijackers inspired or instigated by the CIA did not make any political demands as a price for releasing the aircraft and passengers. They just forced the pilot to fly to either the US naval base at Guantanamo in Cuba or to the US and sought political asylum after condemning the communist regime at a press conference arranged by the CIA. Now, what if, again as a parallel to GITMO then, our Malaysian Airlines pilot(s) – remember, connected to Anwar Ibrahim – flew not to GITMO Cuba but to Diego Garcia and asked for asylum? What happened to the other passengers and crew? I don’t know. That’s a whole other speculation but, if you’ve read Operation Northwoods, you would have noted that the drone aircraft was substituted having landed the original one. Our MH370 went quiet didn’t it? Radar lost sight of it. This is pure speculation at this point but what if it did drop to 1000 feet (and in fact to 0 feet and landed somewhere? Dropped off the passengers and then took off once more toward Diego Garcia?) Anyhow, I don’t know the detail and neither does anyone but it is not outwith the bounds of plausibility. The point is, here, I’m talking about the bigger picture as to why this event took place. It isn’t just a mystery flight and a mystery as to what happened. The amount of conflicting crap we’re being fed I have never experienced in my life before over an event such as this. We’re getting fed a mass of shit to confuse the entire picture. To keep our eye off the ball and I just so happen to think that “ball” is the TPPA issue and the destabilisation of Malaysia to get the to PLAY ball!

The CIA thus used hijacking as a psychological weapon to have the Castro regime discredited in the eyes of the Cuban people as well as of those of other Latin American countries in order to prevent an emulation of the Cuban communist model. Another CIA objective was to cause a depletion in the Cuban civil aviation fleet strength, thereby causing air transportation difficulties inside Cuba. This was the agenda behind the CIA hijackings during that time. This is not crafted fiction but fact. Why, then, would they not consider precisely the same tactics in this particular circumstance with Malaysia? They would! They repeat their tactics over and over if you ever care to read up on your history! Once you do, you can read these CIA people and governments like a book just about.

The US did not return the planes to Cuba. Instead, these were ordered to be seized by US courts as compensation for the properties of US businessmen nationalised by the Castro regime. And there you have it. The planes were not even returned to Cuba and the American justice system actually made an argument to keep them because the nationalism by Castro had affected US businessmen! Castro hand’t broken the law by changing his policies. Yet here was the US justice system (and government) saying “Well, you changed your policy – as is your right as a sovereign nation – so we’ll hijack your aircraft and keep them because of what we perceive as our loss. We’ll ignore it is illegal and immoral to hijack aircraft.

Second, the retaliatory hijackings inspired or instigated by the Cuban intelligence, involving either US or non-US aircraft carrying a large number of US nationals. Like the CIA, the Cuban intelligence used these hijackings purely as a psychological weapon to have the US discredited. So, just as it was all psychological operations (on both sides) to discredit and destabilise, during the Cuban affair, it can be (and is in my view) the same now with Malaysia.

Third, the emulation of the CIA’s covert action technique by the Taiwanese intelligence in its psychological warfare against Beijing by inspiring or instigating hijackings from the mainland to Taiwan. Again, psychological warfare between Taiwan and China – Aircraft hijackings!

All historical fact so please don’t ask me why or suggest to me that what I suggest is behind this MH370 event is “crazy” and unjustifiable and cannot be taken seriously because all you are doing, I’m afraid, is displaying your very own ignorance and naivety. Something which the mainstream media is doing day after day, either through sheer ineptitude or by design.

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Now if you don’t think “Drone boy” Obama – a man happy to consider himself “good at murdering people” – the man is a jackass! Yet any other President who did what he has done out in the open never mind covertly, would be impeached and imprisoned – would not give the go-ahead to the CIA to hijack a plane, you are, again, incredibly naive.

And one final thing: What the hell do you think was the intention of 9/11? It was precisely for the same reason as the US used against Cuba – to destabilise you! And it has achieved it because the USA is rapidly going down the plughole. The events of 9/11 were NOT (no matter what your government tries to tell you) primarily to kill anyone – that was a secondary issue and they were all just seen as collateral damage. The primary, fundamental reason for 9/11 was to destabilise your nation. And it worked a dream. The sad thing is that you still don’t recognise who did it.

“It is also a fact that America is too democratic at home to be autocratic abroad. This limits the use of America’s power, especially its capacity for military intimidation. Never before has a populist democracy attained international supremacy. But the pursuit of power is not a goal that commands popular passion, except in conditions of a sudden threat or challenge to the public’s sense of domestic well-being. The economic self-denial (that is, defense spending) and the human sacrifice (casualties even among professional soldiers) required in the effort are uncongenial to democratic instincts. Democracy is inimical to imperial mobilization.” – Zbigniew Brzezinski “The Grand Chessboard” 1997.

And if you cannot understand what that paragraph is explaining to you, then screw you you prat!

Fact: In 1973, the Nixon Administration ordered the discontinuance by the CIA of the use of hijacking as a covert action weapon against the Castro regime. Cuban intelligence followed suit. That year, the two countries reached an agreement for the prosecution or return of the hijackers and the aircraft to each other’s country. The Taiwanese intelligence also followed the CIA’s example-vis-а-vis China.

Fact: In the Dymshits–Kuznetsov hijacking affair on 15 June 1970, a group of Soviet refuseniks attempted to hijack a civilian aircraft in order to escape to the West, were caught and spent many years in Soviet prisons. This case is politically distinct in the sense that the government of Israel – which strongly denounced other cases of Aircraft hijacking – endorsed this one and declared its participants to be heroes and martyrs for the Zionist cause. This was denounced as a double standard by left-wing critics such as then Knesset Member Charlie Biton.

Hi boys! Can I help you out in any way with this MH370 problem of yours?

Hi boys! Can I help you out in any way with this MH370 problem of yours?

 

But finally, consider this. IF, as most people think, the CIA works for the American government, then tell me: How does this work?

HC Deb 24 May 1962 vol 660 cc699-728

Mr. Philip Noel-Baker (Derby, South)

Would the night hon. Gentleman comment on what I have been putting to him for several months and what is now dealt with in a message from Washington this morning, in Which we learn that the American Administration is now convinced that the Central Intelligence Agency has been up to its old devices again and must share a large part of the responsibility for the situation in Laos. The message goes on to say that the swarm of C.I.A. agents in Laos deliberately opposed the official American objective of trying to establish a neutral Government. Will he tell us, in view of the work which the C.I.A. has done in places where Britain has vital interests— Burma, Laos, Cuba and elsewhere— what representations we have been making to the American Government against these activities, of which the whole would has been aware?

§Mr. HeathI have told the right hon. Gentleman before that neither I nor Her Majesty’s Government can have any responsibility for the activities of the C.I.A., nor can we be expected to have knowledge of their activities. Of course, we have seen the report in The Times today reporting the views from Washington. What I do know is that the policy of the President of the United States and of the American Administration is to find a political solution to the problem of Laos to help to create a neutral Government, to support Prince Souvanna Phoutma in so doing, and bring all the pressure possible upon General Phoumi and Prince Boun Oun to take part in that tripartite Government. That is the policy of the American Administration, and I am quite certain that the Administration is doing its utmost to pursue that policy. [HON. MEMBERS: “Not the C.I.A.”] We cannot be responsible for the activities of the C.I.A.

§Mr. P. Noel-BakerWhat representations have Her Majesty’s Government made to the American Government against these activities, which were being carried out by an agency under the authority of an allied Government and which were obviously endangering the peace of the world?

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§Mr. HeathMy noble Friend is the Co-chairman and we, together with our allies in S.E.A.T.O., are in the closest touch, but the responsibility for this organisation rests with the American administration.

Figure that out and you’ll be on your way to understanding things a little better. From 9/11 to who actually runs the CIA.

Malaysia being destabilised by CIA?

Posted in "Terrorism", Disappearance of MH370, Geo-Political Warfare, Politics by earthling on March 13, 2014

The number of issues piling up with regard to this MH370 disappearance is reaching ridiculous proportions. The rumours and stories circulating and apparent incompetence abound. Meanwhile, we are being driven to a point of considering that there is some Iranian involvement in this while some stories refer to an Iranian defector now saying (after years of being in Germany when he could have told his story at any time before now) that Iran was responsible for the Lockerbie attack.

An additional story which surfaced a couple of days ago, was this one about two Australian girls being invited to the cockpit to spend the full flight there between Phuket and KL. I highly doubt this story – not to say it is impossible – but, while you can see photos of the girls in the cockpit, I am unconvinced of the veracity of their story somehow. People seem to be wishing to paint Malaysians as incompetent, sleazy, unprofessional etc. Sure, I’ve lived there, I know how they can be but I also have lived in the UK most of my life (being British that kind of makes sense doesn’t it?) and you want unprofessionalism, incompetence and sleaze? You can find plenty here!

Malaysian Airlines pilots are as highly skilled and highly trained as any other civilian pilot. Further, they are as likely, if not more likely, to stick with the regulations and policy they are to adhere to. In addition, I doubt very much whether the rest of the crew on a flight would keep their mouths closed about blatant disregard of the policy and, quite happily, allow the pilots to do as suggested. The pilots, meanwhile, were willing to put their careers at risk? No, I don’t buy it. While I also don’t buy the idea that the pilots would take a photo of the girls in the cockpit and hand it to them, thereby allowing them to “blackmail” them if they had so wished. How could such a photo(s) transpire? Your guess is as good as mine but it could be that they are real photos (not photoshopped) and that the girls were allowed to see inside the cockpit once landed. Additionally, it doesn’t say much for the girl when she admits to considering the “invite” from the First Officer to be a “little sleazy”.  And can you imagine what a cockpit is like if you were to light up a cigarette or a cigar in one? Plus, the smell would linger and the staff who then check the plane and others who clean the plane, would smell it.

Oz girls and MH370

 

I highly doubt these girls’ story for one or two other reasons also. There are now many stories circulating about this entire MH370 episode and there are many (or most of them) which do not add up or, are posited but then forgotten – such as the story about Balotelli of course. It’s becoming a ridiculous circus and, assuming there actually were and are people on that flight (I take nothing for granted anymore) I can only feel for their families who don’t know the first thing about what has or may have happened to their family members while governments and military are playing games – because that is exactly what is going on here – a game. What its purpose is is (and probably always will be at least for some time) unknown and is pure speculation. However, while not wishing to speculate too much, I have a strong feeling that the CIA and the US government, along with their allies, have everything to do with this game.

Now, here is something I picked up on from 2012. I had been aware of CIA activity in Malaysia but there are one or two coincidences: (Please note Anwar Ibrahim’s mentions throughout)

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GOVT TOLD TO ACT AGAINST CIA AGENTS HOLED UP HERE

January 31, 2012

(Harakah Daily) – Penang-based Citizens International has urged the Malaysian government to expel those recruited by the US’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to carry out espionage activities against its arch enemy Iran, as revealed in a report by Asian Times.

 

The paper in a report last December claimed that CIA had been recruiting Iranian students in Malaysia to spy on vital targets in Iran.

In a statement to Harakahdaily, the group’s chairman SM Mohamed Idris urged Home minister Hishamuddin Hussein to immediately expel such agents who were based in the US Embassy, multi-national corporations, academic institutions and media organizations.

“CIA’s recruitment of Iranian students for spying in a friendly country and setting up think-tanks and educational institutions here for such purpose amount to serious interference in our internal affairs by the US and a threat to our sovereignty,” said Idris.

The report states that a dedicated team set up by CIA’s National Clandestine Service not only operate from Iran’s neighbours, but also in Malaysia where there is a large number of Iranian students, who became target due to their good command of the Persian language and inter-cultural competence.

Iranian intelligence has meanwhile identified 42 officers of the NCS operating in several countries and collected detailed information on the scope and nature of their activities. Among these were one “patriotic Iranian student” who had been offered scholarship by a quasi-academic institution as a means of entrapment.

Following an investigation by the Islamic republic’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security into the institution, 30 suspected spies had been netted.

The report added that such spies were embedded within numerous official and unofficial American organizations, including US embassies, multinational corporations, academic institutions, think-tanks and media organizations.

Saying Iranian officials would have informed the Malaysian government of the development, Idris (left) asked whether there had been any follow-up action.

newslocal_sm_idris“The activities of CIA here are bound to cause severe strain to the good relations we have with Iran. Further, both Malaysia and Iran are members of the Organisation of Islamic Co-operation (OIC}and the United Nations and, therefore, it would be in violation of the OIC Charter and the UN Charter to allow our territory to be used for the illegal US-Israel covert war against Iran,” said Idris, who is also president of well-known consumer pressure group Consumers Association of Penang (CAP).

Idris also urged the Malaysian government to stop security cooperation with the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) under the guise of the ‘war on terror’, saying that “in reality, is a war against Muslims and Islam”.

What we also must bear in mind is that Mahathir Muhammad still, to this day, is a prominent politically figure in Malaysia and he has not only been extremely vocal in attacking George Soros but also Israel, the United States and the UK. Mr Mahathir doesn’t tend to pull many punches, even though he will know Brzezinski’s Grand Chessboard game and is playing in it. Malaysia is a rather wealthy country and is a net exporter of oil for example. Yes it has its issues but who doesn’t. Let’s lose this ideology which so many try to maintain that the west is all good and clean. I think that idea has now been laid to rest (R.I.P) and not so many wear the rose tinted glasses any longer whereas many have donned the “They Live” sunglasses!

The financial crisis threatened to devastate Malaysia. The value of the ringgit plummeted due to currency speculation, foreign investment fled, and the main stock exchange index fell by over 75 per cent. At the urging of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the government cut government spending and raised interest rates, which only served to exacerbate the economic situation. In 1998, Mahathir reversed this policy course in defiance of the IMF and his own deputy, Anwar. He increased government spending and fixed the ringgit to the US dollar. The result confounded his international critics and the IMF. Malaysia recovered from the crisis faster than its Southeast Asian neighbours. In the domestic sphere, it was a political triumph. Amidst the economic events of 1998, Mahathir had dismissed Anwar as Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, and he could now claim to have rescued the economy in spite of Anwar’s policies. Do you think Mahathir had an acute awareness regarding how to play this game?

By the mid-1990s it had become clear that the most serious threat to Mahathir’s power was the leadership ambition of his deputy, Anwar. Anwar began to distance himself from Mahathir, overtly promoting his superior religious credentials and appearing to suggest he favoured loosening the restrictions on civil liberties that had become a hallmark of Mahathir’s premiership. However, Mahathir continued to back Anwar as his successor until their relationship collapsed dramatically during the Asian financial crisis. Their positions gradually diverged, with Mahathir abandoning the tight monetary and fiscal policies urged by the IMF. At the UMNO General Assembly in 1998, a leading Anwar supporter, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, criticised the government for not doing enough to combat corruption and cronyism. As Mahathir took the reins of Malaysia’s economic policy over the coming months, Anwar was increasingly sidelined. On 2 September, he was dismissed as Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, and promptly expelled from UMNO. No immediate reasons were given for the dismissal, although the media speculated that it related to lurid allegations of sexual misconduct circulated in a “poison pen letter” at the general assembly. As more allegations surfaced, large public rallies were held in support of Anwar. On 20 September, he was arrested and placed in detention under the Internal Security Act.

Anwar stood trial on four charges of corruption, arising from allegations that Anwar abused his power by ordering police to intimidate persons who had alleged Anwar had sodomised them. Before Anwar’s trial, Mahathir told the press that he was convinced of Anwar’s guilt. He was found guilty in April 1999 and sentenced to six years in prison. In another trial shortly after, Anwar was sentenced to another nine years in prison on a conviction for sodomy. The sodomy conviction was overturned on appeal after Mahathir left office.

While Mahathir had vanquished his rival, it came at a cost to his standing in the international community and domestic politics. US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright defended Anwar as a “highly respectable leader” who was “entitled to due process and a fair trial”. In a speech in Kuala Lumpur, which Mahathir attended, US Vice President Al Gore stated that “we continue to hear calls for democracy”, including “among the brave people of Malaysia”. At the APEC summit in 1999, Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien refused to meet Mahathir, while his foreign minister met with Anwar’s wife, Wan Azizah Wan Ismail. Wan Azizah had formed a liberal opposition party, the National Justice Party (Keadilan) to fight the 1999 election. UMNO lost 18 seats and two state governments as large numbers of Malay voters flocked to PAS and Keadilan, many in protest at the treatment of Anwar.

At UMNO’s general assembly in 2002, Mahathir announced that he would resign as Prime Minister, only for supporters to rush to the stage and convince him tearfully to remain. He subsequently fixed his retirement for October 2003, giving him time to ensure an orderly and uncontroversial transition to his anointed successor, Abdullah Badawi. Having spent over 22 years in office, Mahathir was the world’s longest-serving elected leader when he retired. He remains Malaysia’s longest-serving prime minister.

Here is what Mahathir has had to say about some of the above – Soros, the U.S. etc:

Mahathir has not hesitated to point to America for justification of his own actions. In speaking of arbitrary detention without trial of prisoners of conscience in Malaysia, he said: “Events in the United States have shown that there are instances where certain special powers need to be used in order to protect the public for the general good.”

At the other end of the spectrum, the United States government has previously criticised the Malaysian government for implementing the ISA, most recently in 2001 when President George W. Bush said “The Internal Security Act is a draconian law. No country should any longer have laws that allow for detention without trial.” In 2004, however, Bush reversed his stance and claimed “We cannot simply classify Malaysia’s Internal Security Act as a draconian law.” What year was the Patriot Act introduced Georgie you fricking hypocrite?

In 2004, (The Star, 18 October 2004), Mahathir was quoted as having said “The American people are, by and large, very ignorant and know nothing about the rest of the world…. Yet they are the people who will decide who will be the most powerful man in the world” – this is Mahathir playing the game because he knows full well that the President of the US is nothing more than a puppet.

About Israel and the jews:

Mahathir’s public remarks about Jews date back as early as 1970 when he wrote in his controversial book The Malay Dilemma“The Jews for example are not merely hook-nosed, but understand money instinctively.”

In 1997, during the financial crisis, he attributed the collapse of the Malaysian ringgit to a conspiracy of Jews against a prosperous Muslim state: “The Jews robbed the Palestinians of everything, but in Malaysia they could not do so, hence they do this, depress the ringgit.” Under strong international criticism, he issued a partial retraction, but not in Malay-language.

“The Jews had always been a problem in European countries. They had to be confined to ghettoes and periodically massacred. But still they remained, they thrived and they held whole Governments to ransom…Even after their massacre by the Nazis of Germany, [Jews] survived to continue to be a source of even greater problems for the world…The Holocaust failed as a final solution.”

Plus a few more.

Mahathir established the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission to focus on victims of abuse in Iraq, Lebanon and the Palestinian territories

On 11 May 2012, Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and their legal advisers Alberto Gonzales, David Addington, William Haynes, Jay Bybee and John Yoo were found guilty of war crimes. “After the guilty verdict reached by five senior judges was delivered, Mahathir Mohamad said: ‘Powerful countries are getting away with murder.'”

Mahathir on Soros:

New Straits Times

07 October 2012

WHEN I was away, Malaysiakini was busy trying to legitimise their receiving money from George Soros because I invited him to join the campaign to make war a crime.

Receiving money from Soros and an invitation to make war a crime are two different things. In no way can one justify the other.

I only wrote to Soros after he admitted that I was not wrong in my criticisms of currency trading. Some people may remember that he said I was a menace to my country. By saying that the currency control Malaysia imposed to counter the effects of currency trading was the right thing to do, he was clearly admitting that I was right and was, therefore, not a menace to my country. Obviously, I would not have anything to do with him if he had continued to regard me as a menace to my country.

My letter inviting him to join the campaign to make war a crime was prompted by his financing of the campaign to prevent president George W. Bush from winning a second term. Bush is a warmonger and is responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and 6,000 American soldiers in the war against Iraq.

I thought Soros’ opposition to Bush was because he did not like war. But he replied to my invitation to work towards making war a crime by explaining that people had been fighting wars for 7,000 years and, therefore, war is a means of settling conflicts. Malaysiakini is quite right in surmising that his answer was in the negative. I was not surprised. Obviously, he was not against killing people in war. Nor I presume did he care for the massive destruction and sufferings caused by war.

I did meet him when he came here, but we agreed to disagree. He still maintained that currency trading is right and proper. We did not bury any hatchet. I was being civil as I am a Malaysian — and nothing more. So digging up hatchets does not arise.

According to Richard Miniter writing in Forbes, Soros is conducting his own foreign policy which may or may not be identical with US foreign policy. Soros believes he can use his money to set up governments which are pro-Soros or his ideals. Impoverishing countries and peoples matters little to him. Famously, he was quoted as saying in reply to his role in the 1997 East Asian currency crash, “As a market participant, I don’t need to be concerned with the consequences of my actions”.

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Miniter quoted the following from Britain’s New Statesman: “In 1984 (Soros) founded his first Open Society Institute in Hungary and pumped millions of dollars into opposition movements and independent media. Ostensibly aimed at building up a ‘civil society’, these initiatives were designed to weaken the existing political structures and pave way for eastern Europe’s eventual colonisation by global capital.”

Some may remember Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s fondness for “civil society” when he was in the government. He still talks about civil society now. The similarity of ideas between the two, Soros and Anwar, is significant.

Miniter went on to describe events in Georgia, where Alexander Lomaia, who went from running Soros’ Open Society Georgia Foundation to become minister of education and science and later secretary of Georgia’s Security Council.

Georgia’s opposition Labour Party leader, Shalva Natelashvili, contends that, “Effectively, George Soros is the president of Georgia, whereas (President) Saakashvili and (Prime Minister) Zurab Zhvania are his governors. Soros’ foundation nominated nine ministers of the Georgian government, and all of them were appointed”. And Soros claims to be promoting democracy.

His supporters here also claim to be fighting for democracy while being led by an unelected leader who in turn appointed members of his family and cronies to various leadership posts.

Miniter quoted Ercis Kurtulus, head of Turkey’s Social Transparency Movement Association as saying, “Soros carried out his will in Ukraine and Georgia by using these NGOs…”

So why is Soros financing Malaysiakini, a Malaysian non-governmental organisation. Obviously, it is in order to achieve regime change, to put his nominees as prime minister and ministers in the Malaysian government. What will such a government do if not to carry out Soros’ wishes.

When inviting him to join the campaign to make war a crime, I was not talking about Malaysian politics. Certainly, I did not ask for nor did he give to the Perdana Global Peace Foundation any money. This campaign to make war a crime is for the good of all humanity — not just of Malaysia.

But he was quite unequivocally against making war a crime.

My view of Soros is that he is still a rogue currency trader and he compounds this evil by using the money to put his kind of people to rule the countries targeted by him. And Malaysia obviously is one of his targets.

Equally obvious, he regards Malaysiakini as the NGO to manipulate in order to achieve his objective.

There are of course other foreign NGOs and governments manipulating Malaysia’s opposition for their interest.

A vote for the opposition, is a vote for Soros, the rogue currency trader.

It certainly will not be for Malaysia and its interests. If there are Malaysians who wish to be re-colonised it is their choice. But I believe Malaysians would not want to be stooges of foreigners.


Now, here is what I find majorly coincidental with the missing MH370. Anwar Ibrahim – a major asset/change agent to the west within Malaysian politics and someone who UMNO and Mahathir distrust enormously – was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment just a day or so before MH370 disappears off the radar. Ibrahim is obviously gay (illegal in Malaysia and, as my own government tells me – they cannot interfere in the laws of a sovereign nation! haha. Funny if not for the fact it is sheer hypocrisy and only is policy when it suits them). Now what do we know about our own gays in politics? Also, how is it that homosexuals always seem to be of a zionist bent? (no pun intended).

Anwar Ibrahim

Malaysia wishes to stay Malay. Good on them. They wish to remain sovereign. Good on them. I just wish, in doing so, the corruption at the top would stop and they would share the country’s wealth with their own but that may be difficult when it is part Malay, part chinese. We have to get over these divisions somehow people!

What would the west’s interests be in Malaysia? Well, before even attempting an answer, it is quite obvious there are interests to essentially overthrow the regime. Now, what if, by falsely connecting Malaysia to a “hive of Iranian terrorist activity” and creating the idea that the country is incompetent in handling safety, you can destroy its economy and its people’s trust in their government? You then fund those within its political arena who are good for the west’s interests AND you wish to see, step by step, a Singapore being capital of Malaysia? You have an eastern “flank” in eastern europe facing Russia and Eurasia/China while you also begin (along with the TPP – Trans Pacific Partnership) to build up a south east Asian flank against China?

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This is what I think:

The US and CIA have been targeting Malaysia for some time and they want regime change. Malaysia won’t play ball. Mahathir and friends are no longer supporting the War on Terror and would jail George Bush, George Soros, Tony Blair and a whole bunch of zionist agitators if they could lay their hands on them. Malaysia also won’t play ball with the TPP. Malaysia IS muslim but they’re not aligned with Saudi’s version (the Zionist Muslims).

Anwar Ibrahim was important to the west and just a day or so before MH370, Anwar is found guilty (his appeal overturned) of sodomy and will be sentenced to 5 years in jail. He then cannot run for office.

THAT was a last straw and the west (CIA/U.S./Mossad) are teaching Malaysia a lesson.

Was the plane brought down? I think there are sufficient reasons to question that. I think there are sufficient conflicting stories to consider the possibility that MH370 landed somewhere it was told to or guided to.

This is an attack (or just the first step of a multi-stepped attack) on Malaysia and an attempt to destabilise its government.

And I wish Malaysia all best wishes in dealing with this attack. I, personally, do not support any action by my government or any western government or agitator against Malaysia. Malaysia is a country I had the pleasure of living in for a short time and even though one of their motorcycled cops attempted to coerce money out of me (which he didn’t achieve) I still appreciate the people who live there. We’re different but we’re the same!